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Help in Healing Yourself


Many people have gotten sick this month that I know personally. The people that have healed the fastest have done a lot to help themselves. I want to share with you some immune boosters that really work.

1. Black Seed Oil. My husband and I have been taking this and it really works! Here’s what has been released regarding a study with black seed oil and Covid. “Black seed [oil] could be considered as a natural substitute that contains a number of bioactive components such as thymoquinone, dithymoquinone, thymohydroquinone, and nigellimine. Further benefits could be augmented by zinc supplementation.. Zinc has been proven to improve innate and adaptive immunity in the course of any infection, be it by pathogenic virus or bacteria. The effectiveness of the zinc supplement could also be enhanced with black seed oil as its major bioactive component. Black seed oil could be used in combination with zinc as a complement to COVID-19 treatment.”

Black seed oil offers many other benefits including fighting inflammation, promoting overall respiratory health (good for asthma), lowering cholesterol, helping maintain blood sugar levels, improving brain health, being good for the skin, reducing high blood pressure, helping hair growth and promoting good sleep. (A little side note: My blood pressure just registered at 123 over 68. It usually shoots up a little when I go for a wellness check-up. This time it was great! I’ve been taking black seed oil.)

You can order black seed oil at wellevate.me/juicelady and get 15% off with this link. I recommend the oil rather than the capsules for most effectiveness.  Take 1 teaspoon a day unless you are ill. Then double up.

2. NAC  N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) has shown the ability to block the attachment of damaging proteins (like the ones with the spikes)  to receptor sites. If they can’t attach, the damage they can do is greatly reduced. It is also becoming apparent that the jab is not protecting people. Statistics coming in show that a large number of people who got the shots are getting various strains of COVID. And what are you going to do? Keep getting boosters for the rest of your life? It’s time to build up your immune system.

Per published research, I found the following review to be very relevant. “The vaccine has shown limited benefit in the elderly, suggesting an age-dependent immune response. As a result, exploring new applications of existing medications could potentially provide valuable treatments for COVID-19. N-acetylcysteine (NAC) has been used in clinical practice to treat critically ill septic patients, and more recently for COVID-19 patients. NAC has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune-modulating characteristics that may prove beneficial in the treatment and prevention of SARS-Cov-2.” (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7649937/)

3. Zinc controls the immune system.  If the immune system can’t stop a virus from replicating, it goes into overdrive and ramps up inflammation, especially in the lungs. This is what causes viral pneumonia. One of the fierce reactions with Covid-19 is an over-reactive immune response causing severe respiratory infection. A study from Ohio State University shows that zinc “helps control infections by gently tapping the brakes on the immune response in a way that prevents out-of-control inflammation that can be damaging and even deadly.” https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/02/130207131344.htm  Ginger is rich in zinc. Add it to all your juices.

4. Quercetin  One of the most well-studied attributes of quercetin, however, is its antiviral capacity, which has been attributed to three main mechanisms of action:

  1. Inhibiting the virus’ ability to infect cells                    
  2. Inhibiting replication of already infected cells                    
  3. Reducing infected cells’ resistance to treatment with antiviral medication

5. Vitamin C  A scientific study reported flu and cold symptoms in the test group decreased 85% compared with the control group after the administration of megadose Vitamin C. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10543583)

A study in China found that vitamin C, which is an antioxidant, may help prevent cytokine-induced damage to the lungs. Cytokines are small proteins released by cells, which trigger inflammation and respond to infections, according to MedicineNet author William C. Shiel Jr., MD, FACP, FACR. Severe lung inflammation with COVID-19 may result in respiratory distress and even death.

The clinical trial description states that vitamin C reduces the inflammatory response, and both prevents and shortens the duration of the common cold. The description further states that insufficient vitamin C is related to an increased risk and severity of influenza infections. The team aims to see if vitamin C has similar effects against viral pneumonia associated with COVID-19. https://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=228745

6. Vitamin D3  Vitamin D has been shown to have a protective effect against Covid-19. Dr. JoAnn E. Manson, professor of medicine and chief of the division of preventive medicine at Harvard Medical School points out that your vitamin D status may in fact play an important role in your risk of developing COVID-19, as well as the severity of the illness. Vitamin D is important for innate immunity and boosting your immune function against viral diseases. It can lower inflammation and can be important in respiratory response to viral infection, particularly the cytokine storm associated with Covid-19. Three South-Asian studies showed people with serious COVID-19 infection are far more likely to have insufficient levels of vitamin D compared to those with mild illness.

Shelter in place indoors all the time is not protective when it comes to prevention.  We need sunlight to produce vitamin D.  It is also recommended that you eat vitamin D-rich foods such as fatty fish like salmon, fish oil, sunflower seeds, and eggs. But for many people, supplementation is imperative since statistics show 42% of Americans are deficient. If you are deficient, 5,000 IU of vitamin D3 be taken daily. According to Irish researchers, “It is time for governments to strengthen recommendations for vitamin D intake and supplementation, particularly when under lock‐down.”

These foods destroy your immune system

  1. Sugar It depresses the immune system. Sugar will beat out vitamin C for entry into your white blood cells.
  2. Unsaturated vegetable oils (safflower, sunflower, corn, soy, canola, and peanut).  Unsaturated fat intake is associated with increased mortality from COVID-19, Unsaturated fats “cause injury [and] organ failure resembling COVID-19.” Very sick people who can’t eat are fed intravenously. It’s called total parenteral nutrition (TPN). Generally, this is used through a product called Intralipid, which is made out of soybean oil and sugar. When you start to understand all this stuff, it’s just mind-boggling. Doctors did an experiment after they noticed that a lot of their patients who came into the ICU and got TPN then subsequently got ARDS (Acute respiratory distress syndrome). So, they started playing with what they were feeding them, and what they discovered was this soybean oil formula increased the patient’s rate of getting ARDS. The fatality rate from ARDS is 30% to 60%. Feeding seed oils increased the rate of ARDS by seven times.” CLICK TO READ

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