What does the plant kingdom have to offer the hearts that have been injured or jeopardized by the COVID vaccines? Let’s explore both the problem and some possible solutions.
That this whole Covid "Vaccine" chronicle still has legs is a fascinating, if not utterly disturbing, snap shot into human behavior. The promulgators of the manufactured narrative know this, of course....and they knew full well that the ducks would line up right in the middle of the road only to be squashed by the oncoming semi. A sickly alignment of naivety and apathy meeting up in a dark alley with profit-at-all-costs blood sucking vampires masquerading as healthcare professionals.
This is helpful, for not just those with diagnosed heart problems, but those who took the shot and have not yet identified their problem out of fear of the medical system.
When Dr. Colleen Huber speaks/writes, I listen/read. She has been so important the past few years!
Thank God no jabs for me. You were one who helped us to hold the line against the vax. So thank you too!
Thank you, Dr. Huber. I hope that folks who were tricked into getting the mRNA injections (it is my opinion that no one was provided informed consent) can heal their heart damage.
A bit off-topic, but has anyone done research on treating damage from Remdesivir?
How leonurus/ motherwort affects calcium is the same reason EMFs also lead to heart disease, as they disrupt our calcium channels and electron flow..thank you for this wonderful presentation Dr. Huber! Here's my take on how EMFs create heart disease:
Leonarus is Motherwort, many more folks will be familiar with that name. Also, when I had a mystery illness in the late fall of 2019, I drank Burdock root tea daily for 6 weeks. (It was about all I had for herbs in the cupboard at the time and I had a few pounds of it). Burdock has hundreds of constituents but notably Quercitin and Inulun, which assist in blood cleaning and helps stabilize blood sugar. Since I wasn't really eating when I was ill, I think the inulin was helpful. Roasting the Burdock root increases the Inulin. Diabetics should verify contraindications with blood sugar medicines but Burdock is used to treat diabetes. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5355822/
Thank you. Do you have any thoughts on the benefits (or not) of nattokinase?
And the other ones
The endogenous kind...
Thank you and thanks to Dr Jack too xx oo.
It seems like D-Dimer tests make sense on a regular and at-home basis. I had ventilator-grade Covid and would like to monitor the condition of my blood on an on-going basis.
These herbs (and burdock root) make sense to take, of course. Online, it looks like you can buy D-dimer tests that are cassette-based (like home Covid tests) and give a qualitative "good/not good" outcome. This would be really nice to be able to have. But they are sold in the UK and Germany, not the US. Do you have any thoughts on this?
Your information and heart is amazing. Thank you.
Pterostilbenes + Friends -- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9224298/
Green Tea Catechins -- https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18691042/ (while not myocyte specific, helpful overall)
What are the best pre curser fatty acids?
Found this from another stack. unfortunately its a 85 page read PDF.
2005 - Jonathan Adam - Masters Thesis.
THE EFFECT OF MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASE INHIBITION
ON POST-MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION CARDIAC FUNCTION,
REMODELING AND GENE EXPRESSION
Matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), ACE, ECM and other factors in Cardio Remodeling Post-MI