Updated on June 1, 2023.

I have a post on my substack page about the latest on how can help people who received so-called COVID-19 vaccines because they will experience adverse reactions sooner or later. Since it appears that substack posts are restricted on social media platforms like Twitter, I thought it would be suitable to provide a summary here. It also includes some additional helpful information. I also created an infographic to make it easier to share and understand.

So, what should people who regret getting the so-called COVId-19 vaccines do?

I. Inoculated should be tested to see if anything is already affected. The tests are listed here.

Inoculated can also check to see if their DNA has changed, since there is such possibility. The only way to be sure if that is the case is to compare their DNA before and after the first shot with so called COVID-19 vaccines. Many companies offer whole-genome sequencing services. They can compare the sequences of current and old samples to see if there are any differences. The challenge here is obtaining an old DNA sample.

Here’s what you can do to find one.

->Everyone has clothes in their closet that they haven’t worn in years. Every piece of clothing has hair on it. DNA testing companies require at least seven to ten hairs. Again, you’ll need samples from before and after the shot. *Before sending the sample, ask about what happens to your data. Request confirmation that your DNA will not be used in any database without your written consent.

II. The next step is to figure out how to avoid the adverse reactions or at least mitigate the damages. Keep in mind that due to the rush of the campaign, not everyone received the same dose. Each batch of so called COVID-19 vaccines contains a different amount of actual product. It means that the first shot may have no product, but the second and subsequent shots may have more. I wrote a summary on this subject. Click here to read it.

1. The best way to avoid adverse reactions to so-called COVID-19 vaccines is to halt the production of the lethal spike protein and prions that result from incorrect spike production at molecular level. *Spike proteins can also have prion properties.

Supplements and herbs that may help at molecular level : red sage dried root (Salvia miltiorrhiza), astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus), safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) and stinging nettle (Urtica dioica). There is a chinese traditional medicine mushroom called huaier which may be helpful but it almost impossible to find it outside China.

2. The spike protein production is activated in all cases, and the only way to reduce the damage is to degrade the spike protein. Nattokinase, acetylcysteine, and bromelain are currently known to be useful in this situation.

3. It is also critical to reduce the damage caused by prions. What can help: perennial herb american skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora), which is also beneficial for stroke patients; medications such as quinacrine (an antibiotic and antimalarial drug) and chlorpromazine (a schizophrenia medication). I explain the symptoms of prion disease in this post. I’ve begun a new Natural Remedy Series on my substack page. Not surprisingly, I discovered that some herbs, foods and supplements, such as kudzu, turmeric, magnolia bark, hawthorn, pine needle, dandelion, yogurt, peppermint, brewer’s yeast, vitamin C, Amosov’s paste, apple, cinnamon, garlic, pineapple, and chilli pepper can also help those who have been harmed by so-called COVID vaccines.

Here is an infographic with the above information.

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*This article is only meant to provide information. Please double check the sources for the supplements and herbs. Please look up potential allergy and medication interactions online.

**I do not sell any of the products mentioned here.

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