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posted ago by ghost_of_aswartz ago by ghost_of_aswartz +279 / -1

Spike Protein is what causes COVID

It binds aggressively to ACE2 and now we know it likely binds also to nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChRs), which is why people lose their sense of smell just like a symptom of contact with some snake venoms. This is part of the 'snake venom / "watch the water" Bryan Ardis documentary hypothesis that is actually true.

Molecular modeling revealed that the SARS-CoV-2 Spike glycoprotein might bind to nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChRs) through a cryptic epitope homologous to snake toxins, substrates well documented and known for their affinity to the nAChRs.

Because of binding to ACE2, it causes blood cells which have ACE2 receptors to bind to themselves (ie: form clots) and then further bind to epithelial cells--which also contain ACE2--that line the capillaries and arteries in the body; very similar to hook and loop (velcro) fasteners.

Autopsies confirm now that people who have had the experimental shot are showing meter long clots being pulled like crazy string out of corpses. That is not good. Clearly that's the reason for death. That crazy string gets caught in the heart, and the BAM it's like a weed eater grabbing a steel wire like kudzu vine, it grinds to a halt.


Fibrinolytic enzymes

  • Anistreplase
  • Desmoteplase
  • Streptokinase
  • Nattokinase
  • Lumbrokinase
  • Serrapeptase
  • Papain
  • DNase
  • Bromelain
  • Honokiol

The study has shown that spike glycoprotein from SARS-CoV-2 can bind to the blood coagulation factor fibrinogen and induce structurally abnormal, rougher, and more dense blood clots with better proinflammatory activity. Fibrin polymerization was also increased, as evidenced by the incubation of spike glycoprotein with healthy donor plasma.

Fibronlytic enzymes activate plasminogen, which target fibrin in traditional clots. In the case of spike protein, you're going to have an abnormal, possibly non-fibrin or quasi-fibrinlike clot. As state above, the spike protein can bind to fibrinogen and form a clot that can be dissolved by fibrinolytics similarly as clots formed in the absence of spikeprotein.


Detoxify the Spike protein


Disclaimer: the above is nutritional advice, not medical advice. It's for educational and research purposes only. Its not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease or illness.

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 15 points ago +15 / -0

Nattokinase is the best thing in the fibrinolytic group, after that Serrapeptase and Lumbrokinase

low dose aspirin every 3-4 days. every day may be harmful, esp to those with GI issues

quercetin, egcg and zinc already also help detoxify spiek protein and are part of the zinc ionophore stack, so just take that once or twice a week

baicalin is hard to find, but it's also called 'chinese skullcap' and it is a great herb for many reasons. one it is anti-viral and stops covid in vitro, and also anti-hiv and other viruses

again, nutritional advice

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Crunchy_Bites 7 points ago +8 / -1

I have been taking a 500mg Aspirin every day since the kill shot I was forced to take back last november.

Every day : Aspirin, quercetin 600mg, zinc 50mg, tumeric ??mg, NAC 1200mg, vit C 3000mg, vit D 4000 iu.

Every week or two a shot of ivermectin.

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Greekish 6 points ago +6 / -0

You should take turmeric not tumeric! And take black pepper, which aids absorption.

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Crunchy_Bites 8 points ago +8 / -0

yea my spooling sacks ;) It has the black pepper in the capsules.

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

That is a good regimen but it may not be a good thing on your GI tract to be taking aspirin every day. It can cause ulceration. 500mg is a lot also, but since you took the shot and it's working for you, maybe you're fine.

if you start having issues with GI, scaling back the aspirin is a good place to start and maybe consider switching to nattokinase as a substitute to give your body a break

aspirin's anti clot effects last for up to 3 days so really you only need to take it every 3 days and not that much either. I wouldn't want you to hurt yourself, my guy

Also maybe too much vit C every day, and it would interfere with calcium sorption and iron. Just nutritional advice here but I'd bring it down to 500mg - 1000mg a day vit C. You could double or quadruple your vit D (D3) also

And taking zinc every day is going to eventually cause deficiencies w/copper and iron i believe

I did a 'mineral day of the week' chart to maximize absorption without causing deficiencies, so this is what I do now

  • SUN -- Colloidal Gold, Magnesium
  • MON -- Selenium, silver -- moon / lunes
  • TUES -- Iron (rarely needed) -- mars / martes
  • WED -- Zinc, potassium -- mercury / miercoles
  • THUR -- Boron -- jupiter / thor's day - mjolnir superconductive steel ie: carbon, iron, boron, ?? other mithril
  • FRI -- copper, phosphorus (rarely needed) -- venus / viernes - veneris - venus / phosphoros / lucifer / morning star
  • SAT -- sulphur (NAC, MSM) -- saturn / saturn's day -- cronus / chronos / death

I recommend adding SELENIUM to your regimen, and consider a multi mineral liquid supplement that gets all the trace minerals

And yes the days of week / minerals are based on astrotheology/astrology and alchemy. dumb, maybe, but keeps the minerals spaced out, no pun intended

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rooftoptendie 3 points ago +3 / -0

yeah I find it's a real gut-churner too. Liver and oysters are high in natural zinc.

Also note to all about bromelain: That's in high concentration in pineapple, ESPecially the core. To eat pineapple core, chop it up and hide it in a good smoothie, and it's not noticeable at all. Papain is from papaya, another easy thing to add to a smoothie.

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AngelCole 2 points ago +2 / -0

I've not seen those claims of high dose zinc. I probably just missed the posts with those. Too much of anything is probably a bad thing.

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DrMcCoy 2 points ago +2 / -0

You can overdose on just plain water.

A few years back, there was an event on the radio where whoever drank the most water won a computer game-set. A woman won by drinking the most water, and then died because of that.

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mac1221 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have been concerned about people taking huge amounts of zinc recommended by providers that virtually know nothing about nutritional supplements. Physicians are not required to study nutrition as part of their curriculum so people must be careful about jumping on the bandwagon. When someone is fighting active infection, zinc can be increased - but for healthy people, 15mg every couple of days is fine. Also, any zinc supplement should also contain copper to balance the zinc. Too much zinc can lead to depletion of copper. That can lead to anemic like symptomology. People with a history of anemia must also be cautious taking large amounts of zinc.

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muhqtardtho 2 points ago +3 / -1

I see you've met our own NPCs. They also like to take ivermectin for a cold and swear it helped despite recovering from the cold in a normal time frame.

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Crunchy_Bites 4 points ago +4 / -0

thanks guy, I did not know that aspirin lasts for a couple of days. I will scale it back to every other day.

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DrMcCoy 3 points ago +3 / -0

Many people take Baby Aspirin that is 60 mg everyday to every other day. Now they are saying not to take Aspirin, but that could be because they are trying to kill us. Dr. Ryan Cole a based, intelligent pathologist who is studying effects of the jab, said he still recommends Baby Aspirin for seniors everyday to every other day. Seems it would help post jab.

Also, doesn't the mRNA become part of the cell's DNA to continuously make the Spike Protein? To my understanding, there is the most shedding in the first few months then it tapers off. I don't know if it stops entirely.

Dr. Ryan Cole - Article: https://web.archive.org/web/20220419011623/https://www.theepochtimes.com/mrna-vaccines-produce-persisting-spike-protein-likely-causing-clots-heart-inflammations-cancers-dr-ryan-cole_4407193.html

Anyone's thoughts?

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NavyRN 2 points ago +4 / -2

Aspirin irreversibly inhibits platelets for 7 days.

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Crunchy_Bites 1 point ago +1 / -0

i skipped the aspirin today for the first time in like 5 or 6 months. I will cut back to once every 3 days i guess.

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mac1221 2 points ago +2 / -0

Boron - a very critical and often overlooked element. https://www.bitchute.com/video/OsESn7JQZavb/

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GimmeMemes 1 point ago +1 / -0

OP is correct. I had 2 stomach ulcers at the same time from taking too much NSAID medication (aspirin, ibuprofin, naproxen, etc.) for back and arthritis pain, and now I am not supposed to take oral NSAIDs at all, period. I can use them topically (Aspercreme, etc.) with no problems, but I can't put them into my stomach. I do still take aspirin occasionally for migraines as that is one ingredient in Excedrin Migraine Formula and that's all that works for me, but I avoid it as much as humanly possible because I don't want any more ulcers. Please be careful not to do the same thing to your stomach that I did to mine.

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NeuroticFisherman -1 points ago +1 / -2

You can take too much vitamin d, and 5,000iu of D3 is more than enough unless you have chronically low vitamin d blood levels. I've tested chronically very low for a long time and I've been told to only take 10,000iu a day. Vitamin d is fat soluble, which means it could continue to collect in your body over time if you're taking too much. It's not like most vitamins that are eventually peed out of your body. Too much D3 supplements over time can be a bad thing. I don't remember exactly what the bad result is, but it's something serious enough to be careful with taking excessive doses of D3. 2,000iu is often enough when you're supplementing the sunlight you get. Maybe 5,000 iu through the winter if you're not outside much during the day.

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Goldenhawk 4 points ago +4 / -0

i'd also recommend Chaga mushroom harvested from a live tree

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Phishhed44 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah, if you’re a mycophile. Most can’t or won’t. Paul Stamets company has good, fresh chaga fyi. I take a few medicinal mushrooms.

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igoape 5 points ago +5 / -0

Off topic post: Mr Stamets has invented altered mushroom mycelia which are very good at attracting and destroying pathogens, biopesticides and insects. This can replace nearly everything Monsanto has invented.

https://patents.google.com/patent/US7122176

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Phishhed44 4 points ago +4 / -0

He’ll end up dead. But seriously he has patents on several compounds that are antiviral AND antimicrobial from Agarikon mushrooms. I believe he’s trying to grow them in lab not sure on success yet. They’re only found in Pac NW & I think Asia. I’ve grown mushrooms myself & it’s a fascinating hobby. Stamets saved his Mom from cancer using Turkey Tail mushrooms but I think she might have already been on chemo? Not 100% on that.

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Crunchy_Bites 1 point ago +1 / -0

so 1200mg is good then :)

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propertyofUniverse 4 points ago +4 / -0

I have been experimenting with nattokinase so that I can recommend it to vaxxers when they come to their senses.

https://greatawakening.win/p/142AwMNxDv/im-taking-the-clotbuster-supplem/

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Narg 4 points ago +4 / -0

Another data point here: I've been using it (nattokinase) daily for years.

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propertyofUniverse 2 points ago +2 / -0

For what purpose?

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Narg 5 points ago +5 / -0

To help keep my arteries clear; started years ago when I had heart issues. I haven't had COVID -- that I know of -- but I'm occasionally around "vaccinated" people and the last thing I want is spike-protein-induced micro-clots (or ANY blood clots). I've read that aspirin doesn't do much to prevent micro-clots but nattokinase does. Had a D-dimer test -- which can find micro-clots -- last month and had a negative result, which "virtually rules out active thrombotic events" per the laboratory test result sheet. Note that a positive test may result from blood clots OR a few other things, including cancer, so further testing is then necessary.

I take the nattokinase in the morning, on an empty stomach, along with pycnogenol in a formula from Life Extension called VenoFlow. It's $36/bottle of 30 in Qty 4 or more. Not cheap but neither are heart attacks. And of course if Big Pharma had anything that actually did what this does, it'd cost $500/month or more (and have a nasty list of side-effects).

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propertyofUniverse 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's fantastic info thanks!

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks for sharing your post. It's helpful

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Narg 3 points ago +3 / -0

That's a great TL;DR for your excellent post. With many millions of Americans (and billions world-wide) already injected with the Poison Death Shot (I love Dr. Zelenko's name for it), posts like this one should be stickied and sent around to everyone we know.

I'll add this: Cardiovascular, Immune system, and Neurological health are ALL impaired by the "vax." For that matter, they all tend to get impaired from simple aging, so researching and attending to those systems with proper diet, exercise, and supplements is important for those who want to live longer than they might otherwise -- and enjoy in better health while alive.

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GoldenQueen 1 point ago +1 / -0

Is taking two low dose aspirin 162 mg a day for low back pain ok?

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GimmeMemes 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'd be very careful. As I said above, I got 2 simultaneous stomach ulcers from taking daily NSAIDs (aspirin, ibuprofin, naproxen, etc.) for back and arthritis pain. Now I have to avoid them as much as possible because once you get an ulcer you're prone to getting more. You can use the aspirin topically (Aspercreme, etc.), but don't put so much in your stomach. Also try turmeric and other natural anti-inflammatories and see if they help your back pain.

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GoldenQueen 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you

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judypatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

Have had great success with Serrapeptase - and have actually combined with Nattokinase (or alternated).

Break up scar tissue as well!

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RealCleanUpPhilly 5 points ago +5 / -0

For those hesitant to take a baby aspirin, a less irritating form of salicylic acid is Willow Bark. Order it in capsule form on Amazon.

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l3tsgetit 2 points ago +2 / -0

I can second this. Good stuff but may not be as potent as aspirin by milligram. Definitely do some research on dosage if you go this route.

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Cpleb 5 points ago +5 / -0

Wonder if surgeons see any difference operating on vaxxed individuals…

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Dogsoldier2 4 points ago +4 / -0

Dr. Zelenko has a D-Tox product you may want to look into. You can get all the ingredients separately but it's much easier with the dosage already in each capsule.

https://zstacklife.com/products/z-dtox

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l3tsgetit 4 points ago +4 / -0

Recent news shows the spike protein may inject its matter into bacteria in the gut. Seems like you'd need another protocol to clear out the bad stuff from there too.

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theladypatriot 2 points ago +2 / -0

this particular nattokinase supplement has quite a few things on that list above so thought i'd share: https://www.iherb.com/pr/enzymedica-natto-k-cardiovascular-90-capsules/3606 i get a lot of stuff from that brand as well.

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shadoweyes 2 points ago +2 / -0

That is one high quality post

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ImaSueDeNym 2 points ago +2 / -0

The articles linked above are about what the covid virus is doing to the body. Not the covid vaccines. Unless I'm missing something?

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VetforTrump 2 points ago +2 / -0

Cleared??? Is that possible?

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

I personally think it could be for the mRNA shots

NOT for the adenoviral vector based shots (astrazeneca, jannsen/ j&j, sinovac (china) and sputnik)

I am not sure though. There have been a few studies and hypotheses indicating that spike mRNA injections could be incidentally transcriptased back into the DNA and who knows what happens if that occurs. I think if it does it's a rare event

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chickyrogue 2 points ago +2 / -0

ty goa you have no idea how timely this is for someone i know

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Excellent. I'm glad I could help, chicky. Also, I'm sorry :( Glad you haven't taken though. Years of listening to GW probably gave us a heads up on who these people are and what they're up to though, eh?

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chickyrogue 1 point ago +1 / -0

yes we know who these folks are ...

unfortunately my nephrew and his wife totally bought the drama and having just had a baby {ooo he's so cute julian!!} she is now having high blood pressure

so it is sooo helpful to have key stats in one place ... if they ever listen

keep us in good thoughts and in the spirit of your nakesake

carry on ;0

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checkmateanon 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you for the info

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axrevolutionai 1 point ago +1 / -0

Please be aware

DO NOT take quercetin for more than a 6 week period

And do NOT take bromelain if your blood pressure is even a little high.

I had some nasty side effects after taking both too long. Another factor that makes it dangerous is quercetin and bromelain are easy to get in diet so you can overdose very easily!

Another big issue is they chelate iron and interrupt iodine uptake and thiamin absorption.

They work, definitely, and helped me recover from a virus in January but I made a huge mistake with the bromelain in light of my weight and taking the quercetin longer than a month when my diet is rich in it naturally

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Serious_Niggerfaggot 1 point ago +1 / -0

How do we help the jab do it's magic? I'm not certain everyone here wants the jabbed to survive. Personally I know of one person that I won't be passing this knowledge to but thank you for your well done post OP.

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Treadmenotsoyboy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Excellent timing for this post.
Wife just mentioned that she met a woman whose son is in the military and regretted following orders to get the mandated vax. She asked my wife if there were any known supplements or treatments out there that could potentially “neutralize” the vax. And bam… here it is.

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dirtypaperplate 1 point ago +1 / -0

Serrapeptase opens up my nasal passages. WIDE OPEN. Zinc, too. Careful with zinc, it's balanced by copper.

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

I pray the 'COVID' jabbed is not a permanent affliction. By reverse transcriptase it changes the DNA....

Someone posted a while ago about how in Australia this mRNA was used to rid the over-population of mice. The article stated that the lab-jabbed mice were released into the wild. The mice were essentially sterilized, and diminished reproduction, but even without mating the shedding of spike protein affected other mice that became sterile too. They tracked the effects though three generations. If anyone can reproduce this article and post it, I'd greatly appreciate it.

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G45Colt 1 point ago +1 / -0

For people taking aspirin - look into taking willow bark instead.

It's going to have some of the same possible side effects as aspirin, but I would rather take my chances on a natural product than anything big pharma is promoting.

Also, anyone who has made "aspirin" in chemistry class knows what goes into making it.