The following is an excerpt from his article written on LewRockwell.com entitled Jab Remorse. This solution is focussed on blood clots caused by the jab.
What are the lessons from this information?
Avoid [future] shots if you have not already done so.
I don’t recommend a D-dimer test within 4-7 days of vaccination because it is just going to increase anxiety. The best thing to do is take preventive action. Recognize the healthcare system does not have enough problematic blood thinning drugs or the capacity to deal with 161 million vaccinated Americans who have been vaccinated with the RNA/DNA vaccines.
Healthy individuals have D-dimer levels less than 0.5 micrograms/ milliliter of blood. COVID-19 is resistant to normal breakdown of fibrin that combined with blood platelets, plugs bleeding wounds. Take action on your own to prevent micro-clots from forming in the blood vessels throughout your body, as follows:
- shiitake mushrooms
- rice bran
- turmeric powder
[The above have] been shown to reduce D-dimer levels.
Fish oil and garlic inhibit the clumping of blood platelets, but not necessarily reduce D-dimer.
Resveratrol (red wine)
It comes as no surprise to learn that the red wine molecule resveratrol, which was identified as a key component of in the French Paradox (the fact the French ate fattier foods and had higher blood cholesterol levels but far lower rates of mortality from heart disease) was attributed to its ability to inhibit blood clots in coronary arteries. Resveratrol is identified as a primary preventive agent, particularly in regard to elevated D-dimer levels. Resveratrol also reduces VEGF levels. Resveratrol remarkably blocks all known pathways to COVID-19 morbidity and mortality.
Enzymatic clot buster: nattokinase
A most remarkable way to reduce micro-clots is to break them up enzymatically. If you are in an ambulance with a potentially mortal blockage of a coronary artery that supplies your heart with oxygen, a paramedic may inject an enzyme/drug, streptokinase, to break up that potentially life-threatening clot.
An off-the-shelf enzyme that breaks up blood clots is nattokinase and is as effective and safe as streptokinase.
Nattokinase is derived from fermented soybean natto cheese, popular in Japan. Nattokinase is available as a natural remedy in health shops. A single dose (2000 fibrinolytic units or FU) works for up to 8-12 hours following oral ingestion and is superior in some ways to anti-clotting drugs. In milligrams, a 200-400 mg dose is sufficient and directly breaks up fibrin clots which comprise what is measured in the D-Dimer test.
Ideally nattokinase should be taken on an empty stomach without other accompanying medicines or dietary supplements. Of interest, D-dimer levels may artificially rise when taking nattokinase because of its enzymatic action to break up blood clots. Inform your doctor of this if he/she orders blood tests.
Vitamin C and blood clots
In 1990 Nobel Prize laureate Linus Pauling and Matthias Rath (still living) published a report about a discovery that humans, who do not internally produce vitamin C like most other animals do, fail to properly repair the endothelial cells that line blood vessels and that a circulating fatty protein called lipoprotein(a), a type of low-density (LDL) cholesterol particle, acts as a surrogate for vitamin C within the arterial wall. The problem is, Liprotein(a) is a “sticky bandage.” It attracts blood platelets to form blood clots. Dr. Rath even published a book showing animals that internally make vitamin C don’t develop blood-clot heart attacks like humans do.
The need to employ vitamin C to prevent blood clots within arteries intensifies among RNA/DNA vaccinated subjects.
A person doesn’t attempt to lower their Lp(a) levels, they just maintain high blood levels of vitamin C so the Lp(a) doesn’t stick into arterial walls. Animals convert their blood sugar (glucose made in the liver) to vitamin C enzymatically in the liver, but a key enzyme is missing in humans (gulonolactone oxidase). So, humans must totally rely on their diet for vitamin C.
Only vitamin C supplement users have high enough vitamin C blood levels to approximate what humans once produced internally before a gene mutation nixed this process.
Among people that are healthy (take no vitamin C-depleting drugs like aspirin or steroids) and have no viral or bacterial infections that increase demand for vitamin C), 500 milligrams of supplemental vitamin taken in divided doses every 4 hours would maintain healthy levels of vitamin C. More is needed when ill or fighting a chronic problem like vaccine-induced spike proteins.
A recent advancement developed by this author is a nutraceutical that doubles internal levels of vitamin C, theoretically correcting the inherited gene mutation, without having to take vitamin C itself. Urine and blood tests conducted by independent researcher Dr. Tom Levy, the reigning authority on vitamin C, proved vitamin C levels are elevated with a product called FORMULA-216. Dr. Levy describes spike protein as being akin to porcupine quills.
Given that humans can’t take vitamin C supplements during sleep, this would be a godsend for vaccinated individuals who want to avoid blood clots forming during sleep. A bedtime dose is suggested.
Don’t wait on doctors to save your life. If you are vaccinated with RNA/DNA COVID-19 vaccines, you need take preventive steps to maintain your health, for the remainder of your life.