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Spike Protein Detox Guide

Whether you have had COVID or not, we are all in recovery.

Who might benefit from this spike protein detox guide?

If you have had Covid-19, have recently had a Covid-19 injection, or are experiencing symptoms that may be related to Covid-19 vaccine transmission (also called shedding), you may benefit from using one or more items from our list of medicines and supplements to reduce spike protein load. The spike protein, which is both a part of the Covid-19 virus and is produced in our bodies after inoculation, can circulate around our bodies causing damage to cells, tissues, and organs. We do not know how long spike proteins stay in the body, however this guide is designed to reduce the load.

Many people have been unable to find help for spike protein related illness (also called spikopathy) through existing healthcare services. This information is relevant if you have experienced adverse reactions after a jab, have Long Covid, or have post Covid-Injection Syndrome (pCoIS).

Important Note: This spike protein detox guide is for education only. If you are ill after vaccination, please seek help from a medical doctor or an holistic health practitioner. For information on post Covid-injection illnesses, see the WCH post-injection guide.  The spike protein can be found in all SARS-CoV-2 variants. It is also produced in your body when you get a Covid-19 injection. Even if you have not had any symptoms, tested positive for Covid-19, or experienced adverse side effects after a jab, there may still be lingering spike proteins inside your body. In order to clear these after the jab or an infection, doctors and holistic practitioners are suggesting a few simple actions.  

It is thought that cleansing the body of spike protein (referred to as a spike protein detox from here on) as soon as possible after an infection or jab may protect against damage from remaining or circulating spike proteins. 

In this spike protein detox guide, we will discuss several key features of these conditions that can be targeted during a detox: 

  • The spike protein

  • ACE2 receptors

  • Interleukin 6 (IL-6)

  • Furin

  • Serine protease

Important Safety Information Before Beginning a Detox

Please do not undertake a spike protein detox without supervision from your trusted health practitioner. Please note the following: 

  • Pine needle tea, neem, comfrey, Andrographis paniculata –  Should NOT be consumed during pregnancy.

  • Magnesium –  Overdosing is possible, and it is more difficult to detect when consuming liposomal magnesium. Therefore, consider a mixture of liposomal and conventional magnesium, or just conventional magnesium. 

  • Zinc – When consuming a multivitamin that already includes zinc, be sure to adjust the quantity of zinc consumed in other supplements.

  • Nattokinase – Do not take while using blood thinners or if you are pregnant or nursing.

  • Always consider dosing – When taking a multivitamin, remember to adjust the amount of individual supplements accordingly. (e.g. If your multivitamin contains 15mg of zinc, you should reduce your zinc supplementation by that amount.) 

  • St John’s Wort – This medicine interacts with many pharmaceutical drugs. It should not be taken if you are on other medication without advice from your doctor.

 
Proactive and supportive measures

Virtually all conditions are more easily managed in their early stages. After all, it is certainly preferable to avert a health crisis entirely than it is to react to one. As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.   A healthy diet is vital to support a healthy immune system. 

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