Omicron Ground Reports – What’s Your Story?

Now that the COVID psy-op is falling apart, and we are fully resistant, we’ve overcome the COVID psy-op (GOOD), and we’ve been battling elsewhere (GOOD), but we may have lost some of our razor-sharp focus on, and ass-covering knowledge of, how to deal with COVID, and to thereby not go down for the count when COVID comes our way (BAD) .

Two recent comments by Scott and Aubergine show that COVID is still circulating, and that we are surviving without the vaccines, thank you kindly, “Dr.” Fauci.

The deal is, Omicron is still out there. In fact, so is Delta.

https://nextstrain.org/ncov/gisaid/global/6m

You can see that Omicron is everywhere around the world, vaccinating people against Delta, but Delta and its “old school buddies” still persist in small measure.

SO – I want to help give everybody a BOOSTER of several things:

  • information
  • preventative knowledge
  • courage
  • resistance to psy-ops

Please put your most recent COVID observations and experiences HERE, so that they can be found easily in the future, for historical reference, AND so that you can share your experiences, thoughts, strategies, and tactics with your fellow QTreepers.

Likewise, if you have questions, curiosities, and concerns about COVID, this is an excellent place to get some replies.

Thanks!

W

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GA/FL

Funny you should ask – I’m currently fighting one of the bugs going around.

The newest CV19-BA5 Symptoms:

“So, how do you know if you have BA.5? What are the symptoms? Well, the symptoms are reportedly similar to other Omicron variants and include:

Runny nose
Sore throat
Headache
Fever
Persistent Cough
Fatigue
Diarrhea and
Muscle aches are also more common with the new CV19”

https://www.pennlive.com/coronavirus/2022/07/omicron-subvariant-ba5-symptoms-to-look-out-for-if-you-think-you-have-new-covid-strain.html

https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/what-are-the-symptoms-of-omicron-ba-4-and-ba-5/ar-AAZAg47

The above are/were my symptoms exactly! My throat was itchy at first, then sore, now better, but there’s still some discomfort.
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NOTES:
7/12/20 – Started feeling bad. Seems like the same flu/cold virus that I had a couple of weeks ago! Irritated itchy sore throat, burning eyes, cough, feeling feverish, weak, sleepy, bad. 

Taking Quercetin, HCQ, Zinc, D3, C, Zertec, Ibuprofen, gargling with cetylpyridium mouthwash, etc. Sleeping a lot!

7/16/22 – Alternating Tylenol with Ibuprofen – these make this bug tolerable – still taking HCQ-Quercetin-Zinc-D3-C – I hate, Hate, HATE swallowing pills.

7/17/22 – Feel better if I keep taking medicines regularly. 
Did I stop taking the medicine too soon last time around or is this a different bug? Where did I get it?

I have NO intention of getting a CV19 test!!!

Last edited 6 months ago by GA/FL
kalbokalbs

Off topic. Hope ya don’t mind. Ignore if I’m out to lunch, again. Sally doing well?

BTW. Hope ya get better soon. 🙂

Last edited 6 months ago by kalbokalbs
GA/FL

You are so sweet to ask, KalboKalbs! She is – and has been stable – no hospitalizations or crises lately. We are learning to manage her latest new condition – pricking fingers, giving insulin – but it’s a new world with sensors and readers, so the finger pricks are seldom. We have had excellent doctors too – for all her situations and predicaments.

kalbokalbs

Wonderful news! Thanks for sharing.   :wpds_smile: 

RDS

GA/FL
You’ve been working so hard on Sally Q’s health and keeping her spirits up! Please take care of yourself and get better of this “bug.”

GA/FL

My last bout with some bug was around 6/22/22.

TradeBait2

Ours was a week before that time frame.

GA/FL

Then I got it again about 5 days ago.

GA/FL

PS – NO CV19 VACCINE!

GA/FL

UPDATE – 7/19/21

Taking HCQ, Quercetin, Zinc, C, D3, B12, Selenium, Tylenol or Ibuprofen, gargling with Crest Intense with cetylpyridium recommended by Front Line Doctors – 2xd. But plan to see if the FLCCC dose of HCQ, Quercetin Zinc is more than this. Maybe I’m not taking enough or am more vulnerable since I had a similar episode of CV19/cold/flu last month.

I hate swallowing all those pills, and gargling, and don’t look forward to any nasal wash stuff – (but it gives me greater sympathy for daughter who takes tons of supplements and Rx pills 2xd – for heart/diabetes, and to slow progression of neurodegenerative disease. She’s taken lots of NAC, CoQ10, Selenium, etc. for decades and now has many more meds to take.)

After reading that some QTreepers take a maintenance/preventative dose of HCQ, IVM or Quercetin/Zelenko Regimen – from now on I want to do the same to protect against whatever I’m exposed to in the future and to build up immune system. And want to implement a hygiene regimen for before and after going to shop at Walmart and grocery store. I read some African countries encourage gargling and nasal wash before and after going out to public venues and have found that effective.

GA/FL

UPDATE II – 7/19/22 – Developed stabbing ear pain around late morning. Took ibuprofen and a Zertec – but ended up at the Urgent Care in the afternoon after it wouldn’t go away. I still feel bad unless I’m taking Tylenol or ibuprofen. I’m fixin to take a benedryl and go to sleep.

GA/FL

It may be an infection or problem with a keratosis growing in the outer ear. It feels tender and hot. I have been taking motrin and putting hot compresses on it. I have English-Irish skin that grows lots of old age spots. I may need to see a surgeon of some kind. Always need to have stuff frozen, scraped, cauterized or cut off.

GA/FL

They said no infection in the ear and I had a rapid covid test that was negative. But this was after a week of HCQ, Quercetin, Zinc and D3. I would have been surprised if there was any viruses left in the nose.

I mainly wanted to know if I had developed a secondary bacterial infection and to wipe it out.

BP normal, O2 99.9, Temp 98.5.

I still feel bad if I don’t take the Tylenol or Ibuprofen. And I still have an occasional cough when eating, or talking. I think the FLCCC/Zelenko protocol has worked. I may not have taken it enough at the right dose.

I’m serious about a hygiene regimen – gargling and swabbing/washing nasal passage after going out to Walmart, Publix, etc. Before going to Sally’s. Also continuing a preventative HCQ, etc. regimen, at least weekly.

litenmaus

I believe that I had Covid-19 in February 2020 and was down for the count for about 5 weeks. Have not had any reoccurences since then. I remain rebellious and am unvaccinated.

Seems the new “version” has hit the rural communities around me and in the last two weeks I’ve seen:

Covid positive tests, flu like symptoms hit two close family members who are unvaccinated. They were sick for approximately a week and have rebounded with just rest and ibuprofen.

Covid positive tests, flu like symptoms hit three close family members and two friends who are between the ages of 60 and 90 and vaccinated. Again, all five rebounded within approximately seven days although two of these individuals went in and received their fourth vaccinations.

I have health issues not related to Covid and in the past three weeks, I’ve been in the ER rooms of two different medical facilities. The first visit was fairly normal, but the last two visits this week indicate that the AMA is once again pushing the vaccine with fervor and the hospitals are, again, enforcing masks & distancing with an almost Nazi attitude.

litenmaus

Thanks Wolf…..

RDS

So, both step-grandchildren came down with COVID (likely omicron or delta) last month. The step-granddaughter caught it while finishing a vacation trip to Puerto Rico with her biological father, then her brother caught it from her just after she got back home. Since both were pretty down with it, Yours Truly suspects that it was the delta. Both are “fully vaccinated and boosted” and likely will get “boosted” again in order to return to school in the fall.

A side note: a few of the symptoms of omicron are similar to the physical side effects of anxiety / stress disorders:
headache
muscle aches
general fatigue
And some moderate / severe seasonal allergy symptoms are similar to omicron symptoms:
burning eyes
headache
muscle aches
general fatigue
runny nose
sore throat

IMO, the symptom that probably “tells the tale” if it’s a COVID or COVID variant is fever.

GA/FL

I had the burning eyes with the feverish feeling. Tylenol and Ibuprofen helped…but I didn’t take them together.

RDS

Yours Truly firmly believes that she caught the original strain of COVID-19 in February, 2020. The illness lasted 6 weeks, with many of the “classic symptoms” of the virus. The worst ones were the extreme fatigue and changes in taste and smell. Yours Truly believes that her immune system was down at the time of infection due to her being treated for a diagnosed case of PTSD (thank God, the PTSD was eventually sent packing).
Since August, 2020, Yours Truly has following COVID-19 preventive protocols, first from AFLDS, then from FLCCC. She is working currently with an MD associated with FLCCC for over a year. Yours Truly is not vaccinated and belongs to the International Vaccine Control Group.
There is a “coof treatment chest” in the home, and a mini-bag with “dire emergency coof treatment” items in the handbag. One’s PCP has a copy of the membership card from the International Vaccine Control Group that one requested be put into the EMR (Electronic Medical Record) file.

Gail Combs

Thanks for that list.

I have had a ‘weird’ allergy.
It doesn’t respond to my usual allergy medicines. I had to double the dose to get even marginal relief. Itchy burning eyes have been driving me NUTZ!! Again the eye drops and other methods that usually work have not. Runny nose, sore throat some times, very productive cough, dizzy, not hungry and all I want to do is SLEEP. No temperature, but I didn’t bother to take it for the first ten days. I normally don’t run a temp unless I am very very sick. Also had the start of a migraine a couple times. Potassium killed it.

It seems to be slowly clearing up.

With severe allergies it is often hard for me to figure out if I have a bug or an allergic reaction.

cthulhu

I used to get allergies with fevers in May and November. For years, it was “you’re sick”, and I’d be “the same months as last year and they year before???”

Aubergine

I had a slight fever for one night, for sure. The other symptom that appeared was the constant cough. That is the one that nailed me so hard the first time, back in 2019. The cough hurts. That’s what I notice most.

TradeBait2

Like everybody else – original in Feb/March 2020. Symptoms lasted about 5-6 weeks. Was given Prednisone, which helped open the nasal passages. Kept swollen ear canals for a year off and on. Had no smell or taste issues. Wife had a milder case with no on-going issues. Got over it in about 10 days.

My wife and I both had return bouts of it in mid June. Mine was all sinus and moderate cough. Was prescribed prednisone, but only took it for 2 days as it made it worse. Had no fever, just a lack of stamina. In addition to all the usual vitamins and supplements we discuss on here plus my daily Aller-Cort. I took a dose a day of Ivermectin for 4 days and stopped. Also added Selenium and Magnesium. Rona was gone and I was back to normal. i also used a Navage daily.

Wifey’s case was much worse. It lasted 4 weeks and it matched up with GA/FL’s description. She was prescribed prednisone and a Z-pac. Didn’t help. She refused the Ivermectin due to other potential health complications. She did vitamins and supplements. She still does not have smell or taste fully back, but has no other symptoms and stamina has returned.

SIL is 2 weeks into his bad case of it like my wife’s and as GA/FL described. Nothing prescribed by doc after positive test. He takes a multi-v and an antihistamine, that’s it. He returned to work yesterday, but has no stamina. Had no loss of taste or smell. Daughter had a really bad case of it back in December/January that lasted several weeks. She took vitamins, supplements and antihistamine. Nothing prescribed by doc after positive test. No loss of smell or taste. They are both in their mid-30’s.

The grandkids caught and got over it in 2-3 days like a bad cold.

Tonawanda

Have no idea what type, but my wife and I went through identical experience just before Christmas 2021 until late January 2022. My wife still has taste problems, which I never did. We both have had a small congestion in our upper chests which has remained even now.

My wife and I went through three solid weeks of utter fatigue and starvation. I have not seen this symptom (starvation) before, but for two weeks we did not eat a morsel. A relative eventually brought us Ensure and we forced down one bottle each because we knew we would die if we did not. Sounds absurd, but it is the truth.

Our primary and the state of New York totally rejected our attempts to get monoclonal antibodies. It was quite clear that our attempts were rejected by lies and bullshit.

We took the D3, zinc, etc, well before our sickness, and we attribute our survival to that.

WRT to Eyevermectin and HCQ, we did that wrong, IMO. We took each according to what our FL doctor said, which was an amount per number of days.

Instead, IMO, we should have taken each EVERY day when we were sick, at least Eyever. We needed to force it down.

I want to say something about our starvation. My wife and I both could NOT eat and did not eat. I realize that any human can consume food any time. What we experienced was not just a sense of nausea, but also a deep feeling of no appetite. Anti-appetite.

We are joyous now. We have immunity. The best outcome.

We will get sick again, that is what always happens to humans.

Last edited 6 months ago by Tonawanda
Gail Combs

I keep 12 packs of Dr Atkins on hand. Very useful when I just don’t feel like cooking or it is too darn hot to eat.

I am in my 70s and trying to lose a bit more weight but I plan to KEEP that extra 20 pounds for situations like you just went through. I have seen too many friends become ill and go to a rack of bones very fast.

Gail Combs

The lost of taste/smell is a real pain. I have had to really spice up my foods —  cayenne pepper her I come!

I have most of my taste back but I can no longer tell the difference between different types of tea. Now they all taste the same.

TakeBackOurRepublic

My 27 yo son had Delta the first week of November 2021 and I caught it from him just 3 days after exposure. We both took IVM and all of the supplements but I ended up needing Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) by the 5th day due to severe burning lungs and a scary high BP. Four days later I was back to almost normal. Fortunately I’ve never had to deal with long COVID possibly because of the mAbs. I also preventatively take IVM once a week (along with my supplements).

I have family members who were vaxxed twice, got nasty cases of COVID and now refuse to get boosted. Good friends (married couple) each got the J&J (no side effects) shortly after it became available mostly to protect her 91 yo mother who was in and out of the hospital with CHF. Christmas 2021 they got boosted with Pfizer for her mother’s safety (who then passed several months later). Immediately after the booster, they both came down with COVID, his mild but she was deathly ill for almost a week. Several months later, he was diagnosed with a rapid melanoma that they nearly didn’t catch in time (March 2022). Fast forward to a few weeks ago when he suddenly had severe lower leg pain. A trip to the ER found a blood clot in his calf and put him on blood thinners (Xarelto). It has resolved but the doctor told him that his 19 hour drive (from PA to FL) wasn’t the cause and he now has to go in for more testing. There was never a mention about the clot shot!!. He is (a very fit and healthy) 56 and she is 60.

It’s been kind of COVID quiet in my part of Florida but in May I started hearing of unvaxxed friends coming down with mild cases which I assumed was Omicron. Both of my unvaxxed elderly parents caught it then but I’d supplied them with IVM, HCQ and all of the other goodies and they both recovered within a week. Thank you Omicron for sparing them.

Now in July four unvaxxed friends said they tested positive and had what was like a really bad cold with lingering coughing. One other had a 10 day Delta like variant just prior to 4th of July and she acted angry as she admitted that she was uber vaxxed (she’s a Physicians Assistant). She has no clue how she could have gotten it TWICE. ADE is rearing it’s ugly head and most in the medical field are brainwashed ostriches.

I swear you can’t talk sense into let alone fix Covidiocy.

TakeBackOurRepublic

I believe that we are just starting to see the long term effects of the clot shots. They have to convince everyone that there is a new scary variant in order to keep the coof alive through mid-terms. Did you read about NYC’s (Manhattan) rash of monkey pox in the last few days? I’m thinking that it, like Shingles, is most probably a side effect but they will rationalize and propagandize it to become the 2.0 mid-term lockdown and mail-in ballot election theft scheme tool.

Aubergine

As soon as I read that the way most catch monkeypox is “twenty continuous minutes of unprotected anal sex” I said to myself “Obama, you homo moron, nobody’s gonna fall for that.”

And I was right.

Linda Harrison

I am also in the vax control group. I have not been sick for even one day. I never used hand sanitizer, I wore a mask only if required by the store I was entering.. I followed the Zelenko protocols for the first few weeks, then once per week after that. I took the Vit C & D3 daily along with Vit K2. I also used Walmart’s equivalent of Chloraseptic and a Walmart version of saline nasal spray if I felt a tickle in my throat.

After I read about the goat deworming with goat spit I wondered if because my dog wears a Sorresto collar 24/7 if it in any way could have helped protect me.

Linda Harrison

Thank you and Gail both for your input. Wolfie, I followed what you said from the very beginning and didn’t waiver.

Gail Combs

“….The Seresto collar contains two active ingredients: imidacloprid and flumethrin. Imidacloprid is an insecticide that acts on the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors of the central nervous system of a flea, leading to central nervous system (CNS) impairment and death….”

“…Imidacloprid is an insecticide that was made to mimic nicotine….”

If I recall nicotine seems to reduce the incidence of covid.

Efficacy of Nicotine in Preventing COVID-19 Infection (NICOVID-PREV)

Brief Summary:

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) epidemic represents a major therapeutic challenge. The highly contagious severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-COV-2) and the long duration of the disease have led to a massive influx of patients admitted in health services and intensive care units.

According to current knowledge, there are no treatments that prevent the spread of the infection, especially in exposed populations, or the disease progression to a severe form.

Daily active smokers are infrequent among outpatients or hospitalized patients with COVID-19. Several arguments suggest that nicotine is responsible for this protective effect via the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (nAChR).

Nicotine may inhibit the penetration and spread of the virus and have a prophylactic effect in COVID-19 infection.

TakeBackOurRepublic

My husband is a heavy smoker (for about 45 years). He was totally exposed to both my son and I when we had Delta and he didn’t get a single symptom. He was eligible and did get the mAbs (monoclonal antibodies) so maybe that prevented him from getting sick?

RedLegLeader68

OK, W, here ya go:

I really *think* that I had the original C-19 back in late Dec or VERY early Jan-2020. Much like a terrible chest cold, bronchitis, etc. My neighborhood Doc-in-a-box said that was it and gave me some antibiotics and I took a lot of asprin/advil, and in a couple of days, no fever, etc. I will say this. When I originally got home from the visit, I had fever and chills, so I put on a sweat suit and promptly went to bed (bad move says wife.) Anyway, I did sweat out about 5 lbs and woke up the next morning feeling much better.

We are completely unvaxed – pure bloods.

Fast forward to three weeks ago. I came down with a nasty head cold, but the wife didn’t. Don’t know if it was this Omicron thing or not, but we’re fine. We take all of our vitamins, etc. and get plenty of sunshine.

#WWG1WGA – Happy 17th!!

RedLegLeader68

Quick side note/question here: how do you know which one of these you might have had???

mollypitcher5

I was wondering that too.

Gail Combs

“…so I put on a sweat suit and promptly went to bed (bad move says wife.)….”

Good move. Fever is the way the body KILLS BUGS.

Until I got too old to take baths, I ALWAYS drank a Hot Toddy** Hopped into a bath as hot as I could stand it and pushed my temp to 101. Then I would bundled up and hopped into bed to sweat it out. This is what I would do at the first sign of a cold/flu and it always worked. (Home version of a sweat lodge.  🙃 )

** Hot Toddy Jigger of whiskey or alcohol of choice, lemon juice and honey. Mix in a glass with water as hot as you can stand drinking it.

….
Since the late 1970s I have been taking Vitamin pill plus extra vit E, C and selenium. Drink of choice was green tea. I usually had bacon and eggs for breakfast and beef almost every day (Lots of zinc naturally)

Nothing like getting it ‘right’ years ago.

I had Ralph Barric’s Covid in the fall of 2018 and had long haulers for almost 2 1/2 years until my big buck goat spit Moxidectin all over me. That cured the long haulers and my O2 levels went from ~92% up to 96-97% and have stay there even thru allergy season.

Given my age and co-morbidities and my very low O2 level when I went to the emergency in 2018 with my bout of Covid, I think I would have be put on a ventilator and killed if I had caught Covid a year later. Instead they gave me Albuterol via inhalation to treat or the bronchospasms from the ‘asthma’ and prescriptions for   an antibiodic and Prednisone a steroid.

Aubergine

When my now thirty-five-year-old daughter was a toddler, her Southern pediatrician told me to give her honey-whiskey-and-lemon for a cough! I’ve used it ever since. But I don’t add water. Burns like hell, but it works like a charm.

CrackerHoosier

My husband ended up in the hospital August 2019. Had a mild, dry cough. No fever, etc. One day at work he started feeling very odd & his co-workers told him to go to his Dr. He doesn’t remember driving there (mostly on the interstate). He must have been acting strangely as they immediately took his temp (105!!), shoved him out the door & told him to go straight to the ER, one block away.

By the time I arrived he was surrounded by 6 nurses, on oxygen & hooked up to IVs. Dr showed up, looked at his chart and immediately masked up. I thought that was odd, as nurses were not masked. Dr asked lots of questions about his health history and heart. As this place was a satellite ER for a major hospital, they shipped him off to the hospital.

Turns out hubby had pneumonia. One of his nurses mentioned it was odd as they had placed him in the cardiac unit. He was on oxygen & antibiotics for 2 days. He may have seen a pulmonary Dr, but I know he saw the cardiologist twice a day.

2 weeks after release he still wasn’t feeling well and x-rays showed he still had spots on his lungs.

I had pneumonia years ago after a bad bout of bronchitis. Have never coughed so hard or so long in my life. Hubby had NO symptoms, no cough prior to this odd attack (for want of a better word).

This was pre-plandemic and I agree with Gail, most likely the Wuhan flu, and thank God he got oxygen & not the horrible MISTREATMENT most patients were getting in 2020. I was always perplexed by the odd behavior of ER doctor and stay in cardiac unit. (Southwest Florida) Is it possible that health care workers were already hearing or experiencing Wuhan before it became public knowledge?

CrackerHoosier

Gonna say it – Sarasota Memorial. Not-for-profit hospital. City is very liberal, left leaning, so your reply seems very likely.

mollypitcher5

No first hand covid for myself unless it was way back before it was a ‘thing”, had what I thought was flu.
No vax. Take vitC, vitD, 81 aspirin, zinc and assorted other supplements everyday.
When I have felt like maybe something was coming on I take Claritan and quercetin along with the other stuff.

My brother has had covid more times than I can count. He got the jab and probably more than 1 booster. He just got over it again. He’s had what he said is covid rash all over his body.
I think he’s nuts, he asked me today if I’d gotten the shingles shot…no.
He was telling me how sick he was after AND has to take a second one .

His wife is a nurse/administrator, she believes in pharmaceuticals in large quantities and vaccines in multiple quantities ! ( NONE of which have helped him get over the crud it doesn’t seem like)

mollypitcher5

I’ll find out but for sure in 2022, he’s had probably 4 cases of it…with the test confirming.
This last one, coughing, fever was right before he went to London to see The Rolling Stones…(he has a rich college buddy that footed the bill for 3 of them) any way..sort of funny thing. He said when Jagger opened he said Welcome to My Super Spreader.

Also, another TMI…it was London’s gay lalapalooza thing happeneing at the same time and they wanted to play pool so they asked the Uber driver to take them where some Americans might be. He knew just the spot. In SoHo, thousands of gay men. He said they were like cartoon people trying to flag down a taxi ride out of there.

He’ll probably get monkey pox now !!!! lololol

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bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

My friend in automotive paint biz goes around from shop to shop where WuFlu runs rampant. He finally caught Omicron a few weeks ago after all these years. Unvaxxed. Extremely tired, no energy, muscle aches and pains all over, fever for 4 days, never higher than 100.4. No cold symptoms. Store test was positive. Hates pills, but I made him take aspirin for fever Q4H. Also had him double his Alive Men’s 50+ multi vitamins daily. All kinds of goodies in Alive. Still tired in the weeks after, but he recently had TIA w/carotid blockage and is 60 days into statins and blood thinners which were already draining his energy. All in all I think his O was pretty mild.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Yes. They have him taking one aspirin daily along w/Plavix., Lipitor, and Zetia. I had him up the aspirin for the fever.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Like I said he HATES pills, wants to stop them all. 60years of perfect health, no meds, considered a phenomenon. Tired of being tired. It’s probably TIA recovery AND meds. He got 90 day scripts from his ER/hospital stay. Couldn’t get appt w/cardio until August! Chompin at the bit to challenge him on the meds. I’m going with, should be fun.

Last edited 6 months ago by bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎MEGA MAGA GAME ON😎
mollypitcher5

Oh boy ! Going with on the Dr visit !!!! You have Qtree CV smarts so it should be interesting. Best wishes for your friend’s full recovery ASAP

Gail Combs

Mom used to drag me with her all the time (Her doctor wanted to sponsor me to medical school) and now I have a friend who drags me to the hospital every time she has to go to the ER. 🙄 

mollypitcher5

Heck I wish you could go with me if I ever needed a whip smart walking research savant !

Gail Combs

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bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Thank you Miss Molly. {{Big Red Heart emoji w/smiling eyes.}}

mollypitcher5

Like back with clapping hands that I can’t see on those tiny smilie things!!!

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Ha Ha you’re like me. For years I thought those were clapping hands on that little smiley when using my Iphpne and used it as such. When I switched to computer and cursored over icon it says HUGS, Oopsie! I hugged lots of folks unintentionally. lol. Now I use properly.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Oh, and he’s a long time smoker. I was kinda shocked he had no cold/respitory symptoms. I think the week after he may have been stuffy a few days. Strange, his company cleared him to go back to work 5 days after symptom onset, NO NEGATIVE TEST REQUIRED.

Notasmidgeon

Neither my husband or I have rec’d the shot. We’ve followed the FLCCC protocols. I have read lots concerning Dr Zelenko 😓. Early on followed Dr. Stella. We have all the supplements and take them. I take ivermectin every week and husband takes both HCQ and ivermectin. Knock on wood, no Covid here yet. One daughter and family did not take the shot….lead normal lives, think they have all had it. Other daughter and family got the shot except for the 5 yo. They’ve ALL had Covid, starting 2nd round. My question which I probably know the answer to……I’ve had 3 units of blood during march and April, I have the freakin spikes, correct???

Gail Combs

Maybe, but the ivermectin and the rest probably took care of it for you.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

The first step is to place the donation into a large centrifuge, which is about the size and shape of a washing machine. The centrifuge will be spun at 2,600 RPMs for five minutes; which will separate the red blood cells from the platelets and plasma.Jul 25, 2017

Where does your blood go after you donate?

FAQs About Blood and Blood Donation (aabb.org)

What types of tests are performed on donated blood?
After blood is drawn, it is tested for ABO group (blood type) and Rh type (positive or negative), as well as for any unexpected red blood cell antibodies that may cause problems for the transfusion recipient. Blood is tested for:

  • Hepatitis B virus
  • Hepatitis C virus
  • HIV-1 and HIV-2
  • HTLV-I and HTLV-II
  • Syphilis
  • West Nile virus
  • Trypanosoma cruzi, the infectious agent causing Chagas’ disease
  • Babesia – in states where testing is required by FDA guidance

2002 article
Sterilizing Blood – CBS News

Pathogen Inactivation (blood cleaning) – Looks like they have 4 things that work now and many more under develpment. Need an account to read all.
Pathogen inactivation of blood products – UpToDate

I regularly donate. They have a questionaire primarily focused on HIV, Hepatitis, list of disqualifying drugs, and throw in Mad Cow, lol. I take other medicine and always wonder if the receiver is going to get any of my Synthroid which is not on forbidden list. They have to be cleaning it somehow. I do know that they were testing for Wuflu for a few years. My Covid antibodies were always negative.That’s how I knew my sinus infection was really a sinus infection and not WuFlu. They stopped the antibody testing this year.

slowcreekno

I had the original Wuhan-edition back in March 2020. That ordeal lasted 6 weeks, and I had a test done soon afterwards that showed antibodies present, so there is rather certain proof that I had it.

I’ve certainly never before been that sick for that long. And since I was sick, at first I figured, I didn’t need any jabb for something I already had, and then as all the really bad news about what was in those things came to light, I changed from jab-agnostic to anti-jab.

But what I had was long before the omicron version. And seasonal allergies that I do have, resemble some of the omicron symptoms, so occasional days I’ve been out of action, with a severely runny nose and headaches and slight fever. I don’t know if this is omicron or touches of long-covid, or just allergies, but to play it safe I canceled any activities that day. However, these things when they happen have only lasted a day or so. And I take Quercetin, Zinc, Magnesium, Selenium, Vitamins B12, C, D3, which seem to keep me out of trouble.

However, the majority of my relatives and acquiantances are jabbed, and they have all had covid at least once despite their jabbs. No serious side effects so far, except for maybe some low-grade continuing malady, like a mild cold that lasts for weeks, as it never really wants to go away.

So I might have been exposed to omicron, but knock on wood, so far I’ve not caught it.

numbersgirl

Mid-January 2022 I think I had Omicron. It came on suddenly with joint pain (even the knuckles in my fingers hurt) and chills. I was violently cold, but never ran a fever. I kept checking my temp because I have a supply of Ivermectin and HCQ. This lasted about 8 to 12 hours. I took hot baths, bundled up in sweats and blankets and sometime in the middle of the night I woke up soaked. I had no appetite, but drank lots of water and green tea and ate jello. I take elderberry supplements with zinc, vitamin C and D and low dose aspirin daily. I was exhausted. I was questioning whether this was Covid, but on about day 3, I lost my sense of taste and smell. I had slight cough, no congestion, foggy brain. This all lasted about 2 weeks. I regained my sense of taste, smell is still not 100%.

EllieLA

This is the latest post, by Ann Barnhardt (July 13th), on the 1% Livestock injectable Ivermectin solution to be taken orally by drinking it. The dosages are made easy to follow listing amount to be taken in teaspoon equivalents per body weight.

AGGRESSIVE TREATMENT DOSE0.6 milligrams Ivermectin per kilogram of bodyweight, converted to pounds of bodyweight and American measuring TEAspoons of the 1% Livestock Injectable Solution to be taken orally by drinking it. Round UP all dosages. Take daily with a meal for 5 days or until symptoms resolve. *Slightly blurred vision is a normal side effect which clears once dosing stops.
50-70 pounds (23-32kg): 19mg Ivermectin = 1.9 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 3/8ths measuring teaspoon
71-90 pounds (32-40kg): 24mg Ivermectin = 2.4 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution =1/2 measuring teaspoon
91-110 pounds (41-50kg): 30mg Ivermectin = 3.0 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 5/8ths measuring teaspoon
111-130 pounds (51-59kg): 36mg Ivermectin = 3.6 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 3/4 measuring teaspoon
131-150 pounds (60-68kg): 40.5mg Ivermectin = 4.1 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 7/8ths measuring teaspoon
151-170 pounds (69-77kg): 45mg Ivermectin = 4.5 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 scant measuring teaspoon
171-190 pounds (78-86kg): 48mg Ivermectin = 4.8 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 measuring teaspoon
191-210 pounds (87-95kg): 54mg Ivermectin = 5.4 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 and 1/8th measuring teaspoon
211-230 pounds (96-104kg): 60mg Ivermectin = 6.0 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 and 1/4 measuring teaspoon
231-250 pounds (105-113kg): 66mg Ivermectin = 6.6 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 and 3/8ths measuring teaspoon
251-270 pounds (114-122kg): 72mg Ivermectin = 7.2 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 and 1/2 measuring teaspoon
271-290 pounds (123-131kg): 78mg Ivermectin = 7.8 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 and 5/8ths measuring teaspoon
291-310 pounds (132-140kg): 84mg Ivermectin = 8.4 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 and 3/4 measuring teaspoon

PROPHYLACTIC/EXPOSURE DOSE0.4 milligrams Ivermectin per kilogram of bodyweight, converted to pounds of bodyweight and American measuring TEAspoons of the 1% Livestock Injectable Solution to be taken orally by drinking it. Round UP all dosages.
50-70 pounds (23-32kg): 12mg Ivermectin = 1.2 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1/4 measuring teaspoon
71-90 pounds (32-40kg): 16mg Ivermectin = 1.6 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 3/8ths measuring teaspoon
91-110 pounds (41-50kg): 20mg Ivermectin = 2.0 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = scant 1/2 measuring teaspoon
111-130 pounds (51-59kg): 24mg Ivermectin = 2.4 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1/2 measuring teaspoon
131-150 pounds (60-68kg): 27mg Ivermectin = 2.7 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = scant 5/8ths measuring teaspoon
151-170 pounds (69-77kg): 30mg Ivermectin = 3.0 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 5/8ths measuring teaspoon
171-190 pounds (78-86kg): 32mg Ivermectin = 3.2 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = scant 3/4ths measuring teaspoon
191-210 pounds (87-95kg): 36mg Ivermectin = 3.6 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 3/4ths measuring teaspoon
211-230 pounds (96-104kg): 40mg Ivermectin = 4.0 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 7/8ths measuring teaspoon
231-250 pounds (105-113kg): 44mg Ivermectin = 4.4 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 scant measuring teaspoon
251-270 pounds (114-122kg): 48mg Ivermectin = 4.8 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 measuring teaspoon
271-290 pounds (123-131kg): 52mg Ivermectin = 5.2 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 and 1/8th measuring teaspoon
291-310 pounds (132-140kg): 56mg Ivermectin = 5.6 milliliters of the 1% Injectable Solution = 1 and 1/4 measuring teaspoon

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GrammyInD

My husband and I managed to avoid Covid for quite awhile, though travelling internationally several times during the beginnig of the whole mess. We kept up the Zelenko protocol and often took CDS after possible exposure. But we both had Delta about mid-November 2021, just in time to have to cancel our family Thanksgivíng. 😪  DH started 2-3 days before I did and did quite well, although he was definitely ill with the following symptoms:
cold/flu symptoms
elevated temperature for a couple days
loss of smell for several days
aches
fatigue

He came through it very well even though everyone had been worried about him getting Covid as he was having troubles with high BP which had recently required a change in medication, is a bit overweight and has diabetes. I made sure he took the following:

CDS for acute symptoms (Andreas Kalcker) 2X daily
listerine gargle 3X daily
Vitamin D increased to 10,000 i.U. daily for 7 days
Zinc 50 mg 2X daily
black seed 7.5 grams daily
turmeric drink 3X daily
baby aspirin 2X daily
melantonin 10 mg at night

He also did the hydrogen peroxide in a nebuliser, as recommended by some here.

I was so busy making sure DH got all his “treatments” that I forgot to take care of myself as well, and completey neglected my vitamin D for several days. As I found out later, I had sub-normal levels to start with, so I didn’t do as well as DH. I developed quite a cough, my oxygen levels started going down a bit, although still above 94, and when I felt that typical “burning” in my lungs, I called the doctor. He prescribed a budesonide inhaler, which I used for a week. Am thinking now I should have continued for another week. He also prescribed fluvoxamine at about 3X the dose recommended by FLCCC. I took it once but couldn’t tolerate the side effects. Otherwise, I took about the same protocol as DH, adjusted for my weight, although rather hit and miss at first.

We both took one dose of horse paste at some point during the first week (we were ill about 2 weeks, although very tired for several weeks more), but it was apparently not one of the better brands, as it gave us quite the case of diarrhea for a few days.

We also drank star anise tea for several weeks, off and on, and I took natokinase for a few months after our bout of Covid.

We were very thankful to have all the good advice from everyone here and the information on the following websites:
http://www.vladimirzelenkomd.com
https://covid19criticalcare.com
https://andreaskalcker.com

In March 2022 we also got Omicron. That is, I had a bit of a cold, scratchy throat and elevated temperature for a couple of days and we both tested positive. DH had no symptoms at all, just a positive test. We would have ignored the whole thing, but our son had just come to stay with us for a few days as a Covid “refugee” from the apartment he shares with several friends who had all just come down with it. Staying with us meant he could still go to work. When I started having symptoms, he insisted I get tested and my positive result meant DH was required to get tested, too. And our son had to do home-office, after all. 😂 

Possible Long Covid symptoms: Since having Delta last fall, I tend to cough more often than before and occaisionally feel that burnig sensation in the lungs.
After Omicron, I had some severe concentration problems, to the point of not remembering words. A new doctor recommended some micro-nutrients, extra vitamin D and a high-potency omega-3 oil for a different health problem and that seemed to take care of my cognitive problems, also. Have been doing very well for several months, now.
DH has been struggling with elevated blood sugar since Omicron and said he saw that on a list of possible Long Covid symptoms.
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The last few months have been extremely stressful, so I haven’t found the time, yet, to look up any treatments for the cough. We do have Ivermectin now, though, so maybe that would be the answer. Any thoughts or ideas on that would be welcome.

GA/FL

Put update 7/19/22 under first comment.

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Canadian Guest

Seem to be posted today on Bitchute:

Researcher with great credentials says they couldn’t isolate the Covid-19 virus.

Good transcript below the video too. Interesting read.

GA/FL

ROAULT, DIDIER, MD – #1 in Communicable Diseases world wide – http://expertscape.com/ex/infectious+disease (Tony Fauci is #38)

Dr. Didier Raoult’s first clinical trial:
Hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin as a treatment of COVID-19: results of an open-label non-randomized clinical trial – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32205204/

GA/FL

Interesting stuff I found yesterday:

Yogurt, Keffir and Lactoferrin (cow colustrum supplements) are good to fight/prevent CV19.

Morphological cell profiling of SARS-CoV-2 infection identifies drug repurposing candidates for COVID-19 
– https://www.pnas.org/doi/full/10.1073/pnas.2105815118
– https://www.news-medical.net/news/20210819/Existing-drugs-block-or-reduce-SARS-CoV2-infection-in-cells.aspx 

Scroll down to Table 1. Effective medications in Gray.

Lactoferrin was found to be very effective as a preventative (available OTC) – “We found lactoferrin had remarkable efficacy for preventing infection, working better than anything else we observed,” Sexton said. He adds that early data suggest this efficacy extends even to newer variants of SARS-CoV2, including the highly transmissible Delta variant.  The team is soon launching clinical trials of the compound to examine its ability to reduce viral loads and inflammation in patients with SARS-CoV2 infection.”

Amiodarone was also found effective as a CV19 entry inhibitor in Clinical trial. (That gives our daughter Sally yet another protection against CV19. She’s already taking NAC, CoQ10, Quercetin, D3 and Zinc)
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Can a cup of yogurt ‘cure’ your case of COVID-19?

https://www.jpost.com/health-science/could-a-cup-of-yogurt-cure-your-case-of-covid-19-664976

Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev say they have identified molecules in kefir that are effective at treating various inflammatory conditions, including “cytokine storms” caused by COVID-19.

Kefir, which is similar to yogurt but thinner in consistency, is a fermented drink made by inoculating cow’s or goat’s milk with microorganism mixtures, such as yeast and bacteria. A cytokine storm is when the body’s immune system goes into overdrive and attacks itself – one of the leading causes of death in COVID-19 patients.

Several years before the coronavirus pandemic, Malka noticed that yogurt had a therapeutic effect and began studying it in Jelinek’s lab, Jelinek told The Jerusalem Post. They identified molecules in the yogurt that had dramatic antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

“One of the main reasons people die of COVID is the cytokine storm,” Jelinek said. “Cytokines are immune molecules that are designed to help the body fight invaders like viruses. But in certain circumstances, and scientists don’t know exactly why, the body goes into a sort of overdrive and secretes many cytokines – so many that it kills you. That is what happens during COVID.”

“We knew that we had found these molecules in yogurt with anti-inflammatory properties,” he said. “So, when COVID started, we said, Let’s see if these molecules can help against cytokine storms.”

During the pandemic, Jelinek and Malka had hoped they could administer these molecules to patients who were in critical condition. But regulatory hurdles delayed the process, and they did not succeed, Jelinek said. Now, their next step is to conduct clinical trials with other cytokine storms.

And no doubt people died. 

“Cytokine storms don’t only happen with COVID,” Jelinek said. “This is a very bad condition with really very few treatments against it.”

The path from the lab to the table is likely to be long, Jelinek admitted. Even though the molecules come from yogurt that people could eat every day, they would be considered a drug and will have to undergo the full scrutiny of any new medicine before receiving approval, Jelinek said.

As such, the company will likely take the molecules in another direction at the same time – as a food additive, probiotic or supplement – to speed up the approval process, he said.

Jelinek said he and Malka did other experiments with the kefir, and they were also able to demonstrate that the molecules have the potential to combat pathogenic bacteria. Specifically, they showed that the molecules were able to significantly reduce virulence of the causative agent of cholera, he said.

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One can find lots of information on Kefir here is one

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16530082/ 

Gingersmom2009

No vax for us.

As I’ve reported here previously, I had what I assume was Delta beginning Friday, Veteran’s Day 2021. Hubby and I had been taking Ivermectin weekly w/ the supplements everyone here takes for a year at least. We took the supplements from early 2020, I took weekly HCQ from March/April 2020 – I can’t recall for sure. I’m now back to twice weekly Iver – he’s stayed at weekly. Supplements the same. We use the FLCCC formula diluted betadine nasal spray after being in a crowd, and original scope mouthwash a couple of times a day. (cetylpyridinium)

I was positive with an Abbott test, he never tested positive the entire time. We both got Regeneron on Saturday – and I did FLCCC, along with Mercola’s nebulizer protocol. (a drop of food grade H2O2, and a drop of Lugol’s in 3ml saline.) Honestly, I hit it with so many meds that it was literally a nothing burger. Fatigue, minor congestion/cough and the taste/smell phenomenon were my only real symptoms. No headache, no shortness of breath. But I have Albuterol for asthma, and I usually do one puff at night anyway. Only an occasional slight fever, the highest of which was 99.8 for a few hours – that’s 2 degrees for me and noticeable, since I’m always 97.5. I was over it completely in a few days, taste/smell came back completely – no lingering effects.

The FLCCC protocol back then still included nitazoxanide, which I had acquired the way I acquired it. That med has now been moved to their hospital protocol – so perhaps that was a factor. I’m sure the Regeneron helped a lot.

All our extended family is vaxxed. Only a couple of friends are not. What’s happening here now is that the vaxxed people are coming down with that omicron variant that really makes you sick. (Not like the Christmas cold, that several vaxxed family members had – their second go-round.) A band-member’s wife just had a stroke, out of the blue. A close friend’s daughter, in her 30s, keeled over dead in the bathroom. It is what it is, and it’s just getting started.

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