COVID-19 Recommendations from U of AZ

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Re: COVID-19 Recommendations from U of AZ

Postby RAJ64 » Sat Mar 21, 2020 1:13 pm

roxanne wrote:I see, I misunderstood the question. Thanks for clarifying.

That's okay! Thank you, roxanne, for taking time to help me anyway. Very much appreciated! :)
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Re: COVID-19 Recommendations from U of AZ

Postby laurie » Sun Mar 22, 2020 7:10 am

Don't stop taking your L-selenomethionine supplement and if you aren't taking this supplement you will want to start taking it. My husband Dennis N Crouse is a chemist and has spent the last week and a half reading about COVAD-19. He is a chemist and spent his career (he is retired) in the field of environmental toxins. He has found that taking L-Selenomethionine offers protection from this virus. Here is a link to his write up and here is a link to a just published paper that reviews 'treatments' for COVAD-19. The full text of the research paper is available for free.

https://prevent-alzheimers-autism-stroke.blogspot.com/2020/03/selenium-and-ros-status-impacts-covid_19.html

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/32052466
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Re: COVID-19 Recommendations from U of AZ

Postby MicheleCC » Sun Mar 22, 2020 12:54 pm

Is anyone familiar with the use of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Lianhua Qingwen? Is this a viable option in the US?

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Re: COVID-19 Recommendations from U of AZ

Postby NewRon » Wed Mar 25, 2020 1:32 pm

https://directory.nccaom.org/

Search for a practitioner that has a Dipl CH or greater, they should be able to advise.

https://www.elotus.org/article/how-covi ... -china-tcm

Re your article;

https://detail.en.china.cn/provide/p159700539.html

The ingredients are listed halfway through the article but a Dipl CH graduate should also be consulted. It's not just as simple as taking the prescription you mentioned, just to make that clear (see the elotus.org article above).

See also a below, Part Two, Section XII;

https://www.alibabacloud.com/universal- ... Mobile.pdf
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Re: COVID-19 Recommendations from U of AZ

Postby Plumster » Fri Mar 27, 2020 4:10 pm

Don't stop taking your L-selenomethionine supplement and if you aren't taking this supplement you will want to start taking it. My husband Dennis N Crouse is a chemist and has spent the last week and a half reading about COVAD-19. He is a chemist and spent his career (he is retired) in the field of environmental toxins. He has found that taking L-Selenomethionine offers protection from this virus. Here is a link to his write up and here is a link to a just published paper that reviews 'treatments' for COVAD-19. The full text of the research paper is available for free.


Or eat Selenium-rich foods like Brazil nuts (1-2 a day), right?
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Re: COVID-19 Recommendations from U of AZ

Postby aphorist » Sat Mar 28, 2020 1:46 am

Selenium is an important nutrient. It's important to not be deficient in any vitamin or mineral going into a virus. But what Dr. Crouse appears to do is take his background and underlying concerns in ROS/metal ions and then shoehorn it into a solution for a viral lung infection. His logic reads to me like a chemist's answer to a microbiology/virology problem.

We should be looking at SARS-CoV1 and drawing lessons from that. Selenium is an important part of the diet, but it isn't much of a direct solution for the coronavirus. Lactoferrin, zinc and orange juice (hesperidin) strikes me as far more obvious choices.


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