March 21, 2020 Covid-19 Family Health Pandemic 0

tons of Americans are.  With our medication culture you get something that takes advantage of your basic physiology then add body chemical altering drugs in mass quantities to it..and you get problems.  Found this is the comment section of karl’s latest post:

Coronavirus and medication
From the French Government:

The virus has just been shown to enter the lung alveolus cell through the ECAII receptor. When it binds to it it overexpresses it and kills the alveolar cell. Hence everything it produces. Men have more receptors than women, Asians more than Caucasians and people who take anti-hypertensive drugs such as antiECAs and especially Anti-ECAII have a brutal overexpression of the receptor and therefore are more susceptible to infection and infection is more serious.

The serious cases of young people are patients who have taken anti-inflammatory drugs at the beginning of the disease. Aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen, voltarene (diclofenac), etc. must be avoided, because they favor the grave forms. You should only take Paracetamol.

Do not take ibuprofen or anti-inflammatory if you suspect Covid. In France, four serious cases of young people without previous pathology have in common the taking of ibuprofen. Apparently it makes the infection develop much faster.

They are reminded that they should NOT take Ibuprofen, Motrin, Advil, or aspirin for flu or fever symptoms. In Italy and France they have discovered that people who have died from Covid-19 have taken ibuprofen and causes the virus to be potentiated five or more times.

Anyone who has symptoms should take only and exclusively PARACETAMOL (except, of course, medical prescription), drink plenty of water, and very often (if possible sips every 15 minutes). We also have natural antivirals such as Garlic, Ginger, Propolis, and almost all aromatic plants (Mint, Melissa (Torongil), Rosemary …) Cinnamon, Curcuma, Fruits with Vitamin C … in direct infusion.
I’ve also heard from various sources that large daily doses of Vitamins C and D3, as well as zinc, have been reported to be efficacious.


I am currently on zero prescription drugs…mainly because i cannot afford them.  I have been anti-drug(both legal and “illicit”) for quite some time.  Now read the above carefully.  Those on blood pressure meds, who are male, and Asian are at the highest risk.  Guess who is dying the most?  Guess what information out of Italy is not being readily reported?  Italy has one of the largest Chinese diasporas in the world…and where are the biggest death counts?  I take actual cinnamon every day to help with my own diabetes(a known risk factor) mainly to control nueropathy.  I am on zero prescription drugs. Now that i have confirmed from multiple locations(not governmental ones) that anti-inflamatories) can REALLY kick up the virus I am switching to Tylenol based products for the foreseeable future.  This data also correlates with my own experiences.  I had some NASTY bug in FEB that took me down..and i mean not getting out of bed down…for a week.  Now that i look back once i cracked a fever and took some ibuprofen is when things really took off.  I did not feel unable to breathe but it did not take me long to figure out whatever I was doing was not the right idea.  I let the fever go(as i stopped taking ibu) and while my fever came back(it never got about 101) I also began to recover instead of feeling worse every time I took the ibu.  Never had that happen before but if you listen to your body it will tell you when you are not doing the right thing.

This leads to my next point.  China of all places is now testing for the antibodies and not just the virus.  This is a good thing as folks that have recovered should be the ones placed on the front lines and allowed back into the population to start allowing the economy to recover.  The government and media are NOT HELPING.  The truth is we are way farther into this thing than what we are being told.  If that’s the case we should already be at the doomsday scenario they are all afraid of…….an excerpt from Karl’s article is below.  Please read the entirety at the link…it’s vey informative.


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As of last afternoon there are allegedly 17,038 positive coronavirus tests in the United States (confirmed cases.)

There are 330,000,000 (330 million), more or less, US citizens.

That means the odds of someone having it are, according to the US government, approximately 1 in 19,000.

Now think about this a bit.  We’re told where we’re near the top of the exponential curve and it’s going to explode in our face.  If that statement is true then yes, it could get quite bad.

Can that possibly be true?

I’ll take the under on that.

How many celebrities have you seen that have tested positive?  Sports figures?  One of Pence’s assistants (just today.)  Several Midway Control Tower personnel.  And on and on.

Most people are “nobodies.”  For everyone who makes the news because they direct air traffic (a job that, by the way, is rather lonely and spent sitting staring at a radar screen for the most part) there are 100 or more people who sweep streets, stock stores and drive Ubers.

Then there’s the rather unusual spike in both amplitude and time in the states on early flu cases.  It’s there.  Go look.  Some were tested but not all are.  If you test negative A/B and for Strep you might get Tamiflu and told to go get some rest — if you’re tested at all.  But there was a spike, including in the ERs.  This also aligns with October, not early February, and that too shifts the generation we are likely in.  Note that 80% of flu tests are typically negative.  If you had Coronavirus at that time you’d test negative since there was no Coronavirus test at that point.

Remember, the claim is that (1) we’re at the start of this, not near saturation where herd immunity takes over and suppresses the virus, and (2) lockdowns, even calling up the National Guard and shooting people may be or are necessary to stop the spread.

If it’s true that 1 in 19,000 people has it or has had it, and the rest of us are going to get it until the prevalence of antibodies reaches about 70% (that’s better than 1 in 2) then heh, we got a problem.

But can that number be true?

Remember, viruses, unlike, oh, choosing to snort coke (and being able to pay for it) knows no economic, sociological or racial boundaries.  It plays no preference as to sex, age, national origin or the amount of money you have.  Indeed, if you’re rich you probably have better sanitation both home and while out and about than if poor, especially if really poor, like homeless.

Yet everything depends on exactly where we are in that exponential series.

And that, as I’ve pointed out, is entirely dependent on the denominator.

In addition there are more bits of fun.  I’ve discovered documentation that the PCR test swab (up the nose) has a false positive rate of as much as 50% (likely cold coronaviruses read “positive” for it although they’re not) and a false negative of as much as 20%.  Those are crazy error rates for a diagnostic test.  Further, they miss a huge number of cases, because you only are going to read positive during active infection; once the antibodies get the virus and kill it, the PCR will be negative.

Finally, China has an antibody test and is using it.  They’re sending their people back to work.  Do you really think they don’t know what their antibody coverage ratio is?  BTW once you reach 1% antibody coverage in the population you’re pretty much done as the next couple of turns of the crank with an R0 at these levels will reach saturation.

We, on the other hand, are not testing for antibodies at all. There is no approved test for it in the US or EU.  Period.  Yes, that is being fast-tracked but until we have surveillance numbers on that we have no clue where we really are.