- 8,000 - 10,000 IU Vitamin D3
- Rinse your nostrils out often, even with just dissolved salted water!!
- Turmeric (I take a product called Ukon which has both the spring and fall properties of the roots)
- Molecular hydrogen which also has Magnesium (personally I get it from the water I drink and up it with Recovery tablets , which they okayed for my dad while in the nursing home and both of my parents took in recovery, that you can find here.
- Vit C from rosehips
- Zinc which is in echinacea
- Garlic, raw
- Onion soup
- Cayenne pepper is an amazing gift for your arteries and circulation
- Dandelion leaves and roots (incredible food for your kidneys and liver)
- Burdock root (blood purifier)
- Hawthorne berries and Motherwort are great cardiac herbs that strengthen the heart but I do not know and need to reach out to other professionals, if they are a wise idea to assist with the cardio issues happening to the vaxxed.
At the beginning of this mess I had clients who had great results with:
Echinacea/ginger formula and Elderberry/rosehips tinctures
I would definitely add Silver which I recommend Silverbiotics found online
Most important to start right away is THYME tea! OR WHITE PINE NEEDLE tea (right from your trees outside) not the same as Thyme but high in vitamin C.
Thyme is such a gift for your respiratory and as an expectorant!
Not to mention a great aid for sluggish digestion, which the healthier our guts are the better our bodies function!
Use 1 tsp dried thyme leaves (must be no longer than a year old from harvest) to 1 cup of hot water, steep for at least 20 minutes, honey is great to sweeten and soothing for the throat.
If using fresh thyme (can purchase at grocery store in produce dept) use 1 Tablespoon per cup of hot water.
You can make a large batch up and keep in refrigerator for no longer than 3 days.
White pine needle tea is the same recipe, I like to add a cinnamon stick or star anise to the mix as well.
For parasite removal, wormwood is my recommendation. Seems to be part of the issue for recovery.
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