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Long COVID is part of a chronic condition called Karentitis.

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Long Covid is also a side effect of being jabbed, and suffering extended illness from Omi as a result. EVERYONE I know that was jabbed and had Omi, that is young (under 40) has been Capital S SICK for 2 or 3 weeks.

This PUREBLOOD was a little under the weather for 2 days, and back to normal.

Long Covid = Jabbed illness!

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@DanC-Husband had both Modernas last year. 3 weeks later his problems started with an unexplained rash (dermatologist later told us he had a large uptick in people coming in with the same type of rash he first saw on husband), joint pain, then myocarditis. Guess what's back. The rash.

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Kittynana-- I am so sorry! All so preventable!

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All I can say is, try the Nutraceuticals. D, C, Zinc, K2, NAC, Quercetin, etc. They can’t hurt

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D and K can kill you if you take too much

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Not Shingles (plus he's had the vaccines). Last year, he presented to the NP then a week later to the primary who both said it was Poison Ivy. I insisted to BOTH that it was not and that I wanted to go on the record that it was a direct result of the shots. They weren't buying it. Nothing they gave him worked so I took him to my dermatologist who took one look at it and said "Well, I'll tell you what it's NOT. It's NOT Poison Ivy but I don't know what it is" and proceeded to take a biopsy which came out inconclusive. He too strongly feels it was from the shots and told me at my visit a couple of months ago that after he saw Bill he had many other patients present with the same thing after their shots. Anyway, by that time the myocarditis kicked in and the rash was the least important problem. Now it's back. It does not follow a nerve path like Shingles does, It's blistered and transient and itchy.

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I did the first round of reporting then they wanted extensive information, some of which we can't get our hands on. Intentionally, I'm sure.

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I believe it. My sister, with several pre-existing coditions, was of course fully jabbed (Scotland), caught Covid twice anyway, and got "long Covid." The curious and happy ending is that folate supplements chased that away, or so she believed - she's normal again (as much as sisters can be, wink).

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We feel the same way about brothers

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I think klinghardt indicated that methlyfolate helped either Lyme and or viral issues

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Winner.

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Right. This reductionist approach is the proverbial pot calling the kettle black. All are symptoms, none are causative. Gotta dive into the causative agents. A bit dated but still legit - https://secularheretic.substack.com/p/emfs-5g-vaccines-the-real-causes?s=w

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Non-ionizing EMFs / RF / microwave radiation is a tremendous assault on our health. And built on and enabled by scientific fraud and academic / "scientific" / regulatory - and media - capture. I wish more who see the fraud in the "vaccines" would take on EMFs also.

That said, I also believe viruses can be causative agents of disease, and the maps comparing high 5G zones and high covid zones are also denser metropolitan areas.

But there may be an influencing factor, as Beverly Rubik says. It's possible that exposure to microwave radiation makes outcomes of covid worse, while not denying the viral causative agent. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34778597/

But on so many levels our health is being eroded, and for most the damage from EMFs is cumulative and harder to trace - but it is a huge factor. (For some it makes life unbearable, and they have nowhere to go). More wireless infrastructure is going up everywhere, and the FCC is as much looking out for our health in their "guideline" setting as the FDA is looking out for our health in their "vaccine" "authorization and approval" process. (The FCC exposure limit was set in 1991, rubber stamped in 1996, and based on cherry picking / scientific fraud, using studies from the late 1980s.)

https://mdsafetech.org/problems/industry-influence-in-science/ - Much good info here. And here - https://scientists4wiredtech.com/

The non-ionizing / ionizing is obviously a real distinction - ionizing damages much faster, but the term non-ionizing is also used as a form of gaslighting, to imply it's not damaging, when it very much is.

May all scientific fraud and regulatory / media capture be brought down by honesty and integrity. And justice for the injured. https://wearetheevidence.org/

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emf was covered st the better way conference last week! It is becoming more recognized.

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KarenITIS is inflamed Karen. KarenTITIS is inflamed chest of a Karen. ;-)

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"Long Covid" is largely a coverup for vaccine damage. In an amazing coincidence, many of the symptoms are the same.

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And also jab-junkies repeatedly get CoVid thanks to the vaccines’ effectiveness and safety.

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But thank goodness they're vaxxed, it could have been much worse!

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They only have Medium CoVid? 😊

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They still won't admit it and blame us. They hate us for being right.

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May 25, 2022·edited May 25, 2022

I have one data point: 29 yr old female, vaxed; diagnosed with myocarditis - she reports it as "Post Covid Heart Condition"

One of my earliest "Covid Memories" - May 2020 - Dr Judy Mikovits (long time Fauci associate then victim) asked (video interview) What will be the result of a Covid Vaccine? Answer: "Fifty Million Americans will die and they will blame it on Covid" Her quantitative estimate seems wildly excessive (at this point) but not the strategic insight.

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From the study: "Because recent vaccination could affect plasma levels of inflammatory biomarkers and confound the interpretation of results, we selected samples from a subgroup of 48 participants with PASC, 52 without PASC, and 50 control participants who had not received a SARS-CoV-2 vaccine before blood sample collection."

So, the blood sample analysis excluded the "vaccinated". Those findings might have been illuminating, but weren't what they were looking for or wanted to find.

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Were vaccinated people excluded from the two PASC groups?

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As I read/understood it, only for the in depth blood analysis.

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wonder why🤔..scared of what they might find perhaps

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When I saw that CDC ad on Twitter, I immediately thought that it was a diversion from vaccine injuries. Brilliantly sinister, really.

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Many symptoms are the same also because the "vaccines" are based on the most disease-causing part of the virus, instructing the body to make spike protein. They do cover up "vaccine" damage, of course, and will blame it on anything besides the actual culprit. But long covid is real also ...

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I call bullshit on the notion that these brilliant scientists, who can’t actually isolate a “novel virus,” can somehow still break this thing down to its component parts and analyse them. I believe the “spike protein” is just broken down cellular material budding or cleaving off from cells in the process of detoxification. And that there is so much focus on this alleged feature of this alleged virus because it matches the scary CGI renderings the media loves to use.

Show me a paper in which the isolation and analysis of this spike protein is described and the process repeated and I might change my mind. But barring that, I don’t think that emperor is wearing anything over his bare arse.

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It's as real as fibromyalgia

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There are real people suffering hard to diagnose, debilitating conditions ... not all of them are brainwashed by pharma ... https://tobyrogers.substack.com/p/chronic-pain-mecfs-post-exertional?s=r

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CTRL+F through that and not a mention of Vitamin D deficiency, the most likely cause for any of those symptoms.

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that and general anxiety.

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May 26, 2022·edited May 26, 2022

I have written here about a friend who has had every malady under the sun. I mean everything - Lyme, Fibromyalgia, Epstein-Barr, Norfolk, celiac, this-and-that-and-the-other thing intolerance, the latest being long covid - all of it. A professional invalid. Basically she has a longstanding, profound case of Munchhausen's; put another way, she is a hypochondriacal nutcase, and desperately needs a shrink. I saw her the other day, and as always, started the conversation with, "So tell me, C., how are you feeling?" Well!!! Giant breakthrough!! It's just amazing. She has finally gotten a handle on what's been ailing her for the past 40 years!! Ready? It's, it's...the barometer!! Yes!! She said she's finally noticed that when the barometer shifts she feels " fatigued", "unwell", etc. "So - basically we could say now that it's climate change, isn't it, C.?" I asked. She replied in the affirmative. "Wow, you are just such a sensitive little dragonfly!" My mockery was utterly lost on her. She beamed. Someone understood.

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How, then, do you account for the fact that Long Covid was identified long before the vaccines were in use?

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How, then, do you account for the fact that Long Covid was identified long before the vaccines were in use?

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Because it was a lot of nonsense. They were calling things "long Covid" right off the bat, when people could only possibly have had it a few months earlier. Ignoring the fact that you equally get "long flu" or "long pneumonia" or anything else if you have a respiratory illness. You don't necessarily shake it off in a week. This was nothing new, but like so much with Covid, well understood things were deliberately forgotten. It's STILL too early to call anything "long Covid."

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You also have to account for so many people taking antibiotics to "treat" Covid which will slow down healing and fog up the brain and cause other weird side effects because the immune system was weakened when it shouldn't have been.

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How, then, do you account for the fact that Long Covid was identified long before the vaccines were in use?

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The research back then indicated strongly that those with Long Covid hadn't had Covid at any point and had histories of anxiety and other disorders.

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People react differently to vaccine injury and the damage is different of course

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First started hearing people talking about long COVID after it finally started sinking in to the general public that the case fatality rate was minuscule, making all the restrictions rather pointless from the perspective of saving lives. Figure the popularity of this narrative is largely driven by cope: rather than admit they'd been listening to clowns and acting like clowns, it's much easier to just transfer the object of fear from death to long COVID, and thereby retroactively justify the hysteria (while continuing to justify the ongoing hysteria).

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May 25, 2022·edited May 25, 2022

The first time I heard about long COVID was from Dr. Robert Malone. The following quote about Dr. Malone is from the url below: "His concerns are personal, too. Malone contracted COVID-19 in February 2020, and later got the Moderna vaccine in hopes that it would alleviate his long-haul symptoms. Now he believes the injections made his symptoms worse: He still has a cough and is dealing with hypertension and reduced stamina, among other maladies. 'My body will never be the same,' he told me."

https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2021/08/robert-malone-vaccine-inventor-vaccine-skeptic/619734/

Note: The Atlantic article is a hit piece, but confirms my recollection.

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The one thing that I can't get over with him is having a whole career dealing with/working for the government and having a FIL who worked on secret governmental things (about which they had long and varied conversations according to him), he has a very good understanding of how things work with the govt re health and science and is an MD and a scientist BUT he was fooled by them about the vaccine, was startled that they might malign him for suggesting ivermectin (while understanding EUA's) and TOOK the vaccine knowing it new tech which had not been fully tested. I utterly appreciate that he got red pilled and decided to be an advocate for truth. Utterly, but it does zing my radar pretty powerfully. That said, I am a paid subscriber to his stack. He risked and basically ruined (for now) his rep. That aint a nothing burger.

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Same. I read his Substack and subscribe, but still a little voice that says, if sounds too good to be true....is he really red-pilled. I guess for me the only long covid symptom I have is a lack of trust of anyone who styles themselves as an expert.

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Ha! Funny and true. I have literally never seen someone so utterly red pilled on all topics as Malone. I too have trust issues since the turn of the decade. Every excuse I hear IRL gets a smirk and "Suuuure.". Not very sweet.

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I remember watching one of his first interviews right when he was taking off on the anti vaxx side of the 'debate'.

I got the impression of someone who was not very convincing and has since been elevated far higher than he should be.

Like a cheap man's version of the real deal that was Kary Mullis.

"Damn Mullis is dead, but hey we have someone else we can push who claims they invented MRNA!! That's kind of similar to Mullis, who invented the PCR tech guys!"

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I agree. I'm not sure I trust him, like I do McCullough, Alexander, Kory, Yeadon, etc.

On his "Friday Funnies" posted on Good Friday, he had a truly blasphemous cartoon about presenting Jesus with a Crucifixion Cake. Offensive and not remotely clever or amusing. What the hell?!?

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I went back to look at the Jesus cartoon. I think you have the source right.

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May 25, 2022·edited May 25, 2022

Malone is helping our cause and I subscribe to his Substack; but like you, I'm a tad wary. Is this the Moynihan article that boosted Malone's credibility for you?

https://insidethevatican.com/news/newsflash/letter-46-2022-thurs-mar-10-what/

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Yes, it was part of the nudges that the behavioral scientists delivered to ensure the initial fear and thus compliance was maintained.

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Excellent observation.

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Excellent point.

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Husband and I had COVID. I am 60+, he is 80+ with co-morbidities. He got sicker than me and took longer to get better. (We treated early following the FLCCC protocol.) I likened his recovery to an 80+ person recovering from pneumonia - it just takes time. We continue to supplement and are both operating a full strength given our ages and overall general health. Long COVID may exist but it may be just another name for an individual's unique time to recovery.

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Or, perhaps, long covid may simply be some individual's weakened immune system being unable to clear virus.

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Since only the deathly ill seemed to be bothered by a positive SARS-CoV-2 test. It stands to reason they have “LONG” the same shitty health they had prior to the positive PCR TEST.

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Exactly. Caused by their shitty processed/high sugar diets which leads to chronic system-wide inflammation and ultimately wrecks havoc on immunity.

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Thank you.

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Thank YOU!

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Soon as I saw that CDC infographic (curse that word to hell) I knew we had a new roadmap to neverending hysteria on steroids. Genius, really. The Holy Grail of vax-injury perpetual deniability. You gotta credit your enemy when they show smarts at anything. I won't call it cunning because it's just a really blunt instrument, but still. Heck of a giant bucket for the true believers to jump into and stay.

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Is there any way to test for mitochondrial dysfunction? Did they try?

It can be credibly argued that pretty much *all* the "long-x" disorders (lyme, epstein-barr...) plus ME/CFS and a few others with similar symptoms boil down to.... something (often a virus or parasite infection) has poleaxed your mitochondrial function, and now your life is crap. It often gets written off as hypochondriasis because symptoms are "low energy" (that's what mitochondria *do*), there aren't any easy blood tests for it AFAIK, and there are no drugs to treat it. I don't think that makes it not real. I think it just makes doctors unwilling to deal with it. Like a lot of modern diseases... there are a few things that help (but don't really cure), but they're mostly difficult long-term lifestyle changes, not prescriptions, and your average medical practitioner can't handle that kind of intervention in a five-minute office visit, even if he does happen to know about it (which he probably doesn't).

Seems like it could be a legit issue of straight-up mitochondrial problems, with the initial insult to the body being covid, the vaccine, or both.

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Yeah, I really want to write off long covid as a new made-up scare tactic that we should not take seriously, but you’ve hit the nail here. As the parent of autistic kids, I’ve been dismissed out of hand a bunch of times for trying to find causes of symptoms that doctors chalked up to the mental and neurological struggles that often come with autism. Once you watch a child try to beat his own face to a pulp, you don’t accept that this is just how it is. Unfortunately, most doctors can’t and won’t do the deep dive you actually need here.

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Yeah, I have seen it argued that the list of mitochondrial disorders may include such diverse things as autism, migraine, type2 diabetes, and obesity as well. If true, it's one of those areas of medicine/biology that's poorly understood, and most medical professionals don't want to deal with it because there's not a straightforward solution.

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I think the Toxic soup we all live in and the generational degradation of our robust microbiome leads to mitochondria issues. I do think that is a common root cause and is poorly understood

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There are additional studies that suggest a LOT of these "long/undiagnosed" issues started off as adverse reactions to the polio vax. The 'timing' is right for the appearance of them with the distribution - as well as a reformulation of the vax. Since a lot of these symptoms look like 'extremely mild polio'. Sadly, once you've been injured in this way (whether vaxes or illnesses themselves) it's very hard to 'get over'. It's a bit like addiction: you enter states of 'recovery' but you're never really cured.

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There are probably a lot of causes, since these disorders can start at basically any age. A surprising number of people, though, can trace it back to a particular time, incident, or illness. "It all started when..." (I traveled to southeast asia and got giardia/I got mono/that hiking trip with the ticks/the xyz vaccine/death of spouse/mold infestation/etc). It's like there was some big shock to the system, and full recovery remains perpetually just out of reach. I don't think that's psychological. I think it's damage.

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Agreed. It doesn't help that the medical institutions are far more interested in treating the disease (IE: ME/CFS) rather than the person. (Oh, it started with THAT? Maybe we should double check to see if the infection/whatever actually cleared your system...)

I've been on this merry-go-round since 2005 (though some conditions since birth). There's nothing worse than being told "it's all in your head", when you survived being born with an infection that kills most babies before or very soon after birth. Just because doctors don't want to research and deal with someone who survived when they 'should have died', doesn't mean it's all in MY head.

I think my bigger point is everyone is looking for the 'smoking gun solution' (IE: mitochondria). I don't think there is one because every body is different, be it genetics, or illnesses faced. We just need to get back into the practice of medicine where simple questions are asked: "I haven't seen you in a year, in that year, what's the symptom that has negatively impacted your life the most?"

Then let the patient answer. For some it will be the chronic fatigue, for others the pain, for others the inability to 'do stuff - like shopping'. Point is: the patient is saying what is the most debilitating thing for them. Focus on that... and sometimes the other things start to feel more manageable because the 'unmanageable' one is addressed. (I hope that makes sense.)

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Interesting. I work with a homeopath - which I always tell people is witchcraft, haha - and this is kind of how they operate. They zero in on a symptom, and then attempt to treat that.

My brother-in-law is a full anti-vaxxer who thinks vaccines are the root of all this evil. I don’t think he’s right. At least not totally. He refused all shots for my niece, so he thinks she’s somehow magical. He’s clearly missed that she’s overweight for her age and has raging eczema. So I agree - there’s likely not one specific cause. Which does make it overwhelming to tackle.

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I've been using homeopathic medicine for the past 25 years or so - and it's not a single symptom you look for in choosing a remedy, it's a symptom "picture" - a complex of things that are "off" in various systems in your body. Find the best match, go with that remedy, wait 15 minutes to see if it works - in my case it usually does, rarely do I have to take more than one dose. As for the obesity and - especially - eczema, those are important homeopathic symptoms. I've used homeopathy for pain relief after wisdom tooth extraction (1 dose hypericum perforatum 200C, then three doses ruta graveolens 30C, if you're interested. No pain at 24 hours post-op, or thereafter, a lot better than the two weeks of hydrocodone prescribed by the dentist...) - and in other cases as well. Oscillococcinum stops flu if you catch it early, otherwise a single dose of gelsemium sempervirens 30C to stop chills - takes 8 minutes or less - and then either belladonna 30C to break the fever (2 minutes, pulse before = 120 bpm, pulse after fever broken = 84 bpm, decreasing to 72bpm in half an hour) or in the case of COVID, two doses of aconitum napellus 30C (the first dose made no difference after 15 minutes, the second dose broke the fever after 2 minutes.) I have a PhD in physical/organic chemistry, and know of *no* scientific explanation for these results, although I've seen some interesting hypotheses, none of them testable, although Luc Montagnier came close.

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Well, you certainly know your homeopathic onions. It's too bad so many people are so convinced that it's "snake oil", they won't even give it a try. In point of fact, HM the Queen has retained her own homeopathic doctor for many years. And she's not what you'd call impressionable.

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This is a fantastic description! I need to spend more time in the various remedies for routine stuff. The homeopath we work with is more classical, I suppose? The practice specializes in PANS/PANDAS kids, so they see a lot of intense stuff. She zeroes in on a handful of symptoms that are linked, and we try a remedy for a specific amount of time. It’s never immediate. So one of my sons has been on sulphur in various potencies and dosing frequencies for over a year, and we track slow changes over time. My other son has been on stramonium for 18 months, cycling through potencies till we find a good spot. I have no idea why it works. And it took about a year of consistency before I would vouch for its usefulness even. But when I look at where my kids were, following traditional drugged-up methods, to now, I will absolutely vouch for it.

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Very thoughtful, excellent comment. Thanks much.

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Agree!

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' they're mostly difficult long-term lifestyle changes'

It's all in the motivation. I spent 12 years reading about subcellular biochemistry to try to understand a mystery supposedly-autoimmune neuropathy I came down with, and concluded almost every illness involves mitochondrial dysfunction. So I was incredibly motivated to change my lifestyle. Didn't help the neuropathy but I haven't been sick in 12 years and I feel pretty good (at 69).

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Ditto. I've made some major lifestyle changes. None of them helped with my migraines, but I no longer get severe bronchitis annually, I lost 30 pounds, and I keep my blood sugar under control without medication. So... I still get the migraines, but I cope better because life in between them is nicer. I have heard similar from friends and relatives dealing with other chronic conditions: drugs don't help much, and often have nasty side effects. But lifestyle changes can often raise baseline wellness up to a point where the condition is more tolerable and overall functionality improves. Sometimes the condition itself gets a bit better as well. But there's still the bitter reality that some kinds of damage may not be curable, any more than an amputated limb is curable.

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There’s also the possibility that the whatever it is condition might’ve been worse without the positive lifestyle changes.

Hey, that argument works for vaccines…!

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Heh!

I think of it as raising my baseline level of resilience. It's the difference between "Please God just kill me now" and "I'll get through this like I always do". YMMV.

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As I like to say, it didn't solve my particular problem, but I feel so much better in every other way that I'm never going back.

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Thank you. Can you tell us more about the lifestyle changes you made? And btw I love your name. Tardigrades rule! And they're being sent into space. Again.

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May 26, 2022·edited May 26, 2022

In my case, first I did keto (this was in 2010). In the intervening years I've definitely been low carb, sometimes more keto than others. Mostly I try to stick as close as I can to an evolutionarily appropriate diet, but I don't stress about sticking to any prescribed diet plan. No grains whatsoever; no polyunsaturated (vegetable) oils. Heavy on the fat and meat, minimal on the vegetables and fruit, mostly avoiding root vegetables and other starchy things. No nuts to speak of aside from occasional Brazil nuts for the selenium. Not much in the way of supplements except for D3. Heavy on the fermented stuff – I make my own kefir out of raw goat milk, and kombucha, and occasionally fermented veggies.

I started this in my mid 50s. I had been putting on weight (30 lb) after having been skinny my whole life. In a short time I was back to my high school weight. I haven't had a cold in all that time, despite living with family members who had frequent colds. We had a round of norovirus, a nasty stomach bug, and I only felt a little bit oogy overnight. I have not managed to get Covid yet, despite halfway trying. Knock on wood.

Cool thing about low-carb is that you don't get hungry. Before, thanks to the blood sugar roller coaster, if I didn't eat something every three hours I would get cold and shaky and cry easily. Now I only eat one meal a day. Have done a couple of five day fasts, fairly painlessly. It never ceases to amaze me how much time normal people spend thinking about food, preparing food, and eating food.

One slight downside is I don't really eat out at all anymore because it's almost impossible to avoid vegetable oil. No big loss in my particular case, now that I live alone. I still occasionally go out with friends but all I have is a glass of wine; it's weirder for my friends than it is for me.

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In my experience, keto works really well for taking off weight fairly quickly, and is especially good for those of us in our golden years who have packed on some pounds and can no longer take them off as easily as we did in youth. I like fruit, root veggies, olive oil and whole grains too much to give them up, so I just avoid heavy "white foods" - bread, pasta, etc., and eat a sort of Medi-Paleo diet of my own devising, watching portion size (a biggie for me, as I have Rabelaisian appetites) and getting lots of water and fluids. I find personal happiness is a huge factor in my weight game.

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Everybody finds some thing that works. In my case, the weight loss was a bonus, not a priority. The health improvement was huge.

Personally I avoid grains and vegetable oils because I think they're toxic. Olive oil is more or less neutral. Again, it's personal.

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I agree, the weight loss should be secondary to improved overall health. The body in balance.

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"and a few others with similar symptoms boil down to.... something (often a virus or parasite infection) has poleaxed your mitochondrial function"

one hypothesis is amyloidosis

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Yeah. I'm not comfortable writing off a disorder because it's hard to diagnose, or because the sufferers often have mental-health comorbidities. It's not like there aren't other disorders one can point to where an underlying physical problem *causes* mental-health symptoms (thyroid problems jump to mind).

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Did you see these articles by Walter M. Chesnut?

TRANSMISSIBILE AMYLOIDOSIS: “WE CAN INDUCE THE FULL-BLOWN DISEASE JUST BY ADMINISTERING THESE PROTEIN AGGREGATES”

https://wmcresearch.substack.com/p/transmissibile-amyloidosis-we-can?s=r

Absolute Confirmation of my Spike Protein Amyloidosis Hypothesis

https://wmcresearch.substack.com/p/absolute-confirmation-of-my-spike?s=r

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There’s no proof that this so-called “novel virus” has a spike protein. But since everything seems to be attributed to this all-powerful virus, maybe it’s a cover story for the introduction of the protein aggregates of which you speak.

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Exactly. Nailed it.

“ this sort of poor-calibration and sensationalist scare mongering has no place in public health. it does real harm and invokes inapt reaction, attribution, and risk assessment.

it also prevents the identification of real maladies, especially vaccine injury. one of a cynical mindset might go so far as to wonder if this is why the CDC is so interested in pushing this flimsily fabricated narrative…”

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I always hesitate to discredit those who claim chronic illness on the basis of fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, chronic Lyme, etc. But only because our medical system sucks entirely and utterly, particularly when it comes to treating mysterious ailments faced mostly by women. It is not a coincidence that most of those conditions - chronic Lyme excepted - are mainly treated with psych drugs & alternative therapies:

https://www.drugs.com/condition/fibromyalgia.html

https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/17720-myalgic-encephalomyelitischronic-fatigue-syndrome-mecfs

Women and men are not the same. I know many are denying the supremacy of biology as regards sex these days, but we have real medical differences due to our hormones, genes, & the expression of both in our bodies. Science hasn't done a great job of figuring out why women are more prone to diagnoses of anxiety & depression. (This is partly because a lot of that proneness to anxiety & depression is situational. ) Science as practiced by doctors isn't even great at ruling out the spectacularly obvious in the face of symptoms of anxiety & depression in female patients: nutritional deficiencies, hormone imbalances, thyroid issues, etc. Far easier to prescribe Big Pharma psych drugs.

We also tend to rely overly on complete blood counts and comprehensive metabolic panels (which are anything frigging but). We do not look directly at many markers of inflammation outside of CRP. Maybe complement proteins, on occasion. In other words, there may be markers indicating fibro, ME/CFS or even Long COVID, but we're too cheap and lazy to find them, primarily because they are mostly affecting women.

But I do fear that the psyops around Long COVID are going to cause an outsized number of purely psychosomatic cases, and that is incredibly sad and infuriating. Particularly given that the main reasons Long COVID has been so hyped is to sell subpar "vaccines" and to disguise the harms of said "vaccines."

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Thank you! As one of those who suffers from long term Lyme, ME, etc. , I have struggled to function despite my best efforts to regain health. I go to ND’s or alternative minded docs because to lay out my symptoms in front of allopathic docs without corresponding testing showing a cause, I tend to get viewed “differently”. All in my head? Maybe? As a previous commenter stated, there is indeed a brain connection involved. Someday this will be discovered. Is it the organism itself responsible or a cascade of effects which are activated afterward?

I am not jabbed, have had C twice and my symptoms which I’ve dealt with for years did indeed become worse after the second C encounter. Strangely, as I was much less Ill the second time.

Just my two cents from the world where chronic illness is not clearly defined and where many have very real sufferings.

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Nailed it. 👏🏻💯

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Totally disagree. This is a lab mutant and we live in toxic soup. Many things can tip people over into ME/CFS and CoVid is one of them. It’s an uphill battle to remain physically and mentally well in our current world. It’s a multi factorial problem but dismissing it as “in their heads” isn’t helpful. Will agree that this idea of long CoVid has been carrying a lot of water for vax injury since the vax roll out. But LC was happening before vax roll out and it’s very real.

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Exactly. People with diagnoses like fibromyalgia have real pain and suffering. It's not just all in their heads. Now I can disagree with what western medicine says is the cause and the cure, but it doesn't mean that there's not a true physical/physiological problem happening in a person.

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Mainstream medicine actively pathologizes people they have no solutions for. The common meme is “Can’t figure out what’s wrong with you...have you considered you are faking it?” I understand that dismissing Long CoVid is convenient for team reality, but it’s a mistake IMO.

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Psychosomatic doesn't mean it's in your head. It means it's starting FROM your head. Since pain receptors go both ways the brain is quite capable of sending signals to parts of your body to make them hurt despite the lack of any injury. Dr. Sarno's work on TMS is worth reading for anyone who has ever dealt with chronic pain.

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Yeah. I am aware of gut brain connection and we utilize brain based therapies as a tool in our vast tool kit to keep him functioning. Mind-body connection is real. But if you spend any time with PANS parents or looking into the research of the Neuro-immune foundation you will realize that a whole lot of conditions that we have historically chalked up as behavioral or mental illness are actually MEDICAL with real underlying causes. https://neuroimmune.org/

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1000% yes. One of my ASD boys is also a PANS kid, and the journey we went through to get there made my normal pediatrician get on board. So many personal experiences with this. And since you can’t explain why, say, an antiviral medication works way better than a psych med for some kids (like mine), we need to accept that something medical is happening and keep looking.

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Yep. My son had a spectrum dx. He really had PANS. Somehow the blood brain barrier became permeable in him so when he gets an illness, his symptoms are neurological. He’s a canary in the coal mine. Toxic soup. What does it look like when you combine a neuro-invasive lab made virus with a person with a permeable blood-brain barrier? Based on how the kids in the PANS groups online flared in response to CoVid, not good. CoVid is neuro-invasive in neurotypical people, otherwise we wouldn’t have so many people who lost their sense of smell and taste.

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Yep. It’s hard to explain to people how we feared illness. Not because of the illness, but the psychiatric after-effect. My son weathered omicron surprisingly well. But at the end of 2019, he had a long covid-like illness (before covid was a thing), which was unusual. It ushered in the darkest and scariest flare we have seen to date. We now have an integrative doc who is always virus hunting. Always.

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Meaning?

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This is the basis of faith healing. Treat the etheric body first, and the physical body can then heal. Without treating the etheric body, the physical has a greater chance of relapse, or not healing at all.

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I say this as the wife of a high achieving, mentally well, type A CFO who also has had mysterious chronic neurological illness for well over a decade that neither mainstream medicine nor integrative / Functional medicine has been able to diagnose or help to treat. We’ve spent tens of thousands. The hallmark symptom for him (aside from dysautonomia and orthostatic intolerance) has been post exertional malaise, which hardly anyone understands, and mainstream medicine “solutions” to this (you need to exercise) actively harm patients. I gained so much useful knowledge about his health issues from the researchers who have been studying their long CoVid patients like Bruce Patterson and Dr Yo and Tina Piers (mast cell connection).

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I would recommend doing a Genova labs metabalomics test. It’s a simple first morning urine test n info u get is amazing. Usually see mold n Lyme involved with mold exposure or vaccine starting the ball rolling. Also look into thiamine deficiency.

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We’re done with all the Integrative and Functional labs. We have done them all to the tune of thousands OOP and no one knows what to do with the info beyond prescribing dozens of supplements

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I understand I have been down that route too. I have found success with NAET with my NP (who does my hormones) and a naturopath that does muscle testing n homeopathy. Drainage is a big piece the functional ppl miss. Just recommend supplements in place of meds not intuitive.

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They also miss Lyme with all its confections and mold

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I can’t help but comment: I had a complex injury ten years ago that involved a lot of neurological weirdness, including what was basically biomechanically-induced dysautonomia. Even after resolving the bio-mechanical issues, I still had trouble exerting myself and some other lingering neurological issues. I’ve been supplementing with niacin for covid prevention and to see if the treatments for long covid/vaccine injuries might help get me back to 100%. One of the protocols suggested l-serine, so I tried it. It was an absolute game changer. All of a sudden I could lift weights without being gassed after one set. And I could feel it clearing out what I suspect was neurological inflammation on the left side of my face. Or something. It was almost as if it was undoing a chronic contraction of the entire nervous system (it sounds weird, I know, but I don’t know how else to describe it). Anyway, it’s quite possible you’ve tried it, but if you haven’t, I absolutely recommend looking into it!

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Thank you! Will be trying this

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Wooly Bear- I screen shot your comment and ai am going to look into both suggestions when I return from vacation. That’s awesome though.

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Agree. I am a former nurse who joined and followed post-COVID and Health Care Worker only support groups from their very beginnings (pre-vax, orig. strain) as an observer to try to get a sense of what was happening from the horse's mouth. Many of the members in the post-COVID groups are also in healthcare. Their issues are real and baffling. My own daughter has lingering, one-sided neurologic damage from her severe COVID (which was treated my our provider at home to keep her out of the hospital death camp system). She is a person who will ignore a health issue until she can't any more. Not a psychosomatic bone in her body.

Also, there are plenty of conditions which cannot be diagnosed with standard blood work. I myself have been plagued with immunologic issues which caused multi-system symptoms and were often thrown in the psychosomatic trash bucket, until at age 67 I finally got a real diagnosis.

There are so many factors not considered in this study. We are very complex creatures.

One size does not fit all.

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Until you prove it, I don't believe you.

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Ask Dr Bruce Patterson and Dr Yo. Or Dr Tina Piers in the UK. Or don’t believe me. I never had CoVid nor Long CoVid and I don’t really have a dog in this fight other than learning useful info from the docs who are actually treating long CoVid now. I certainly don’t believe studies knowing how manipulated all of the vaccine studies were. Are we only to believe the studies that confirm our own priors while screaming from the rooftops about academic fraud and paid research and institutional corruption for the studies that go against our belief systems? Truly, there is so much dishonesty out there that there is no way to prove or disprove anything. Believe whatever you like. 🤷🏻‍♀️

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What don’t you believe?

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I suffer from acute Long Libtarditis. The enduring suffering and complete realization that this country is full of fucking lefty, chicken little, fearmongering, dipshits.

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Charles, you are not the only sufferer from "Long Libtarditis" (love it!)-- It's becoming epidemic; shall I say pandemic (eek, I now hate that word)?

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I feel your pain. And yes, very much acute, at the present time.

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If you're asymptomatic...then why GAFF what you have. It's the SYMPTOMS that matter. If you don't have symptoms, then whatever you have, is form over substance.

On a separate note, egm, I like that you provide screenshots of morons' twitter accounts. Makes it very easy to post links to your columns directly on their Twitter accounts for all the world to see (well, until they delete them, anyway).

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This over-testing of corona makes me think of those people who go to casinos and give the slot machine "just one more try."

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Long Covid is one of the many varieties of reignited EBV. Most people carry it and don’t even realise. Cold sores, fatigue, endo, adrenal and thyroid, fibromyalgia, and many more. Long Covid doesn’t exist, it’s just a name/ pigeon hole for more stuff they don’t understand!

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I think this is very plausible and likely accounts for a large chunk of LC sufferers. We know CoVid infection and injection can re-activate dormant viruses... like shingles. I tend to think that it’s not one thing but many things but this is certainly a subset of folks.

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Yes I too had shingles reignited after being sick with covid but have spent much time and effort getting rid of it out of my body

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Blame the einsteins who decided to use PCR for diagnosis.

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Beware those who proclaim asymptomatic disease - simply a mechanism for assigning infectious status to anyone of any age, health background or economic status; purely political diagnoses for high jacking any and all civil rights under the guise of public health. There are physical pro dromal such as cardiopathies or tia's that can be silent for long periods of time, but I know of no infectious process which after the incubation process is entirely symptom free. Thanks for the great data.

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We are exposed to viruses constantly and never develop symptoms to most.

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I read years ago a theory or opinion that our bodies contract and defeat many things over our lifetimes, completely without our knowledge (because we don't get symptoms). It was even suggested that many/most people defeat cancers of one kind or another without knowing it, for that reason.

This comment of mine obviously is not scientific, but it does comport with the idea that our bodies protect us in ways we never know.

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You are on the right track.

Our immune systems are constantly exercised by viruses, cancer cells, bacteria, etc. Any immune event knocks down our vitamin D levels which leaves us more exposed (at least temporarily) to the next immune event.

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I recall another theory I read way back when. It was observed (again, this isn't a scientific comment, and I don't know *who* did the "observing"), anyway, it was observed that a disproportionate number of people who "never were sick as kids" tended to develop serious or fatal cancers or other maladies later in life.

Again, the notion is that getting sick and recovering regularly or normally is positioning you to develop a robust immune system, whereas "never getting sick" leaves you more vulnerable to bad things later in life.

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I always instinctively figured our bodies are in "triage" mode all the time. We are always exposed to something detrimental. We are detecting and battling back the most urgent threats on a priority basis and allocating limited resources. Example: (when I was younger and crazier) Every time I went partying and (over)drinking with the boys within a week of recovering from a cold or flu I had a relapse. I never had a relapse if I didn't poison myself and I made sure that I slept well for a week or two. The body truly is a "system". (related: not even a sniffle in 2 years - started vitamin D supplements. I'm convinced it helps.)

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May 25, 2022·edited May 25, 2022

Regarding vitamin D and sunshine: I also noticed over the years during my topsy-turvy careers that I never got sick when working outdoor jobs, only when I had desk jobs. Stress is confounding factor with that though, since I find outdoor jobs to be kind of a vacation. I am convinced that mental health affects our bodies in tangible ways and stressing my brain out doing mental work weakens my system (but I like the big bucks desk jobs provide. Everything is a compromise. LOL).

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My partner wonders why I keep opening windows at home and pack my tent and sleeping bag every chance I get so I can sleep in fresh air under the stars and wake up to crisp exurban air and birdsong....

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Right on, Andrew!

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What’s the symptom of acute menticide that is most predictive of #LongMenticide? Being BONHOEFFER-STUPID.

No one is protected against #LongMenticide. Fear it like the devil.

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