Possible Spike Protein Antidote
There has been much talk lately about how the vaxxed people are "shedding" and spreading disease (sometimes even death!) to the unvaccinated. Many have struggled with strong headaches, bruising and micro-clots... A lot of women have experienced unusual changes to their monthly cyles - from blood clots to heavy periods, menopaused women bleeding again, to miscarriages... Some men have also experienced weird symptoms, including unexplained rashes/hives and sudden symptoms of COVID... Even pets seem to sometimes be affected when their owners get the shot!
Some doctors believe this is due to the spike protein that is now being produced by people who have received the gene therapy injection and that can affect those around them. A lot of it may still be speculation at this time as no proper scientific study has been done as yet - for the obvious reason that studies need time - but many testimonials have been shared from around the world.
I came accross the following article which I thought would be good to share here, especially for those who may have been affected by unusual symptoms lately.
I do believe that it is far better to get the whole herb source than just an extract (suramin). There are many other benefits that can be derived from the whole herb that will be missing from the isolated chemical.
And don't forget to keep your immune system in top shape, as people with a strong immune system seem to be less affected. Vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc and other natural immune boosters will help as well. Other suggestions are: intermittent fasting or restricted window eating and regular sauna sessions. Another great herb, Cayenne pepper, is powerful against heavy bleeding and blood clots.
- Benefits of pine needle oil and how to use it - from Art Naturals.
- Pine needle tea and benefits - from Joy Bilee Farm
- "Effects of pine needle extracts on plasma cholesterol, fibrinolysis and gastrointestinal motility" scientific study - from Research Gate.
- "Structural basis for repurposing a 100-years-old drug suramin for treating COVID-19" scientific study - from Research Gate
- "100 Years of Suramin" scientific publication - in American Society for Microbiology
The following paragraph from this publication may be the key to suramin's effect as an antidote: "Suramin further decreases the activities of a large number of enzymes involved in DNA and RNA synthesis and modification: DNA polymerases (103, 104), RNA polymerases (103, 105, 106), reverse transcriptase (18, 103), telomerase (67), and enzymes involved in winding/unwinding of DNA (107, 108) are inhibited by suramin, as well as histone- and chromatin-modifying enzymes like chromobox proteins (109), methyltransferases (110), and sirtuin histone deacetylases (111)."
Note: We do not advise or endorse the use of any drug, including Suramin (all drugs have side effects).