Recent studies show that the spike protein, a key component of SARS-CoV-2, can be found in all variants of the virus. Additionally, it is produced in the body when individuals receive a Covid-19 injection.
Even if no symptoms have been experienced or tested positive for Covid-19 after being vaccinated, experts warn that spike proteins may still remain in the body.
To address this issue and eliminate any lingering spike proteins, doctors and holistic practitioners suggest taking simple preventative measures.
First, let’s talk about what spike proteins are.
The SARS-CoV-2 virus contains a spike protein on its surface, which is identifiable by the sun-like protrusions often seen in images of the coronavirus. During natural infection, this spike protein facilitates viral entry into cells by way of the S2 region, which enables fusion between the envelope and cell membrane.
Additionally, it allows for detection by the immune system so that antibodies can be generated to target and bind the virus.
Spike proteins are also produced by your body after taking a Covid-19 jab, and they function similarly in that they are able to fuse to cell membranes. In addition, since they are made in your own cells, your cells are then targeted by your immune system in an effort to destroy the spike protein. Thus, your immune system’s response to spike proteins can damage your body’s cells.
Emerging evidence is also showing that in the nucleus of our cells the spike protein impairs our cells’ ability to repair DNA.
Why you should consider detoxing now:
The spike protein from a natural infection or a Covid vaccine has been linked to toxic effects in our body’s cells, making it imperative to take action to detoxify from it as soon as possible.
The virus spike protein has been linked to adverse effects, such as: blood clots, brain fog, organising pneumonia, and myocarditis. It is probably responsible for many of the Covid-19 vaccine side effects discussed in the WCH post-injection guide.
A Japanese biodistribution study for the Pfizer vaccine found that, in the 48 hours post-vaccination, vaccine particles had travelled to various tissues throughout the body and did not stay at the injection site, with high concentrations found at the liver, bone marrow, and ovaries.
Recent studies suggest that spikeopathy may result in inflammatory and clotting effects in any tissue where the spike protein accumulates. Furthermore, peer-reviewed research on mice has demonstrated that the spike protein is capable of penetrating the blood-brain barrier.
Consequently, if it is not eliminated from the body, it could lead to serious neurological harm in humans.
Proactive and supportive measures
It is often said that prevention is better than cure, and this certainly holds true when it comes to health. By taking proactive measures to maintain a healthy lifestyle, such as eating a balanced diet, we can avoid many illnesses in their early stages.
This minimizes the chances of developing more severe conditions which require much more intensive treatments. Therefore, it is essential that we take preventive measures to protect our health.
It is important to be mindful of one’s diet in order to reduce inflammation. A low-histamine diet has been suggested as an effective way to achieve this goal. Additionally, processed foods and genetically modified organisms should be avoided whenever possible.
Intermittent fasting is a practice in which meal times are alternated between voluntary fasting and non-fasting periods. Generally, people who practice intermittent fasting consume all of their daily calories within 6-8 hours each day.
This style of dieting has been known to induce autophagy, an internal process in human cells that involves the degradation and recycling of components. Autophagy can also be used by the body to eliminate damaged cell proteins and destroy harmful viruses and bacteria following infection.
Daily consumption of a multivitamin is advised. It provides a basic supply of vitamin A, vitamin E, iodine, selenium, trace elements, in addition to vitamin C and vitamin D3.
It is important to be mindful that not all vitamins are the same in terms of quality and efficacy.
The majority of doctors recommend spray vitamins, which provide numerous advantages over traditional pill form vitamins, such as massively enhanced absorption rates, improved convenience, and better adaptability for those with difficulty swallowing pills.
Aside from daily vitamins, if you are experiencing severe side effects, there are a host of easily attainable, natural solutions to reduce your body’s spike protein load.
According to the World Council for Health, some “Protein Binding Inhibitors” inhibit the binding of the spike protein to human cells, while others neutralize the spike protein so that it can no longer cause damage to human cells.
Spike Protein Inhibitors: Prunella vulgaris, pine needles, emodin, neem, dandelion leaf extract, ivermectin
Spike Protein Neutralizers: N-acetylcysteine (NAC), glutathione, fennel tea, star anise tea, pine needle tea, St. John’s wort, comfrey leaf, vitamin C
- Ivermectin has been shown to bind to the spike protein, potentially rendering it ineffective in binding to the cell membrane.
- Several plants found in nature, including pine needles, fennel, star anise, St. John’s wort, and comfrey leaf, contain a substance called shikimic acid, which may help to neutralize the spike protein. Shikimic acid may help to reduce several possible damaging effects of the spike protein, and is believed to counteract blood clot formation.
- Regular oral doses of vitamin C are useful in neutralizing any toxin.
- Pine needle tea has powerful antioxidant effects and contain high concentrations of vitamin C.
- Nattokinase (see Table 1), an enzyme derived from the Japanese soybean dish ‘Natto’, is a natural substance whose properties may help to reduce the occurrence of blood clots.
Stay healthy, my friends!