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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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Re: COVID-19 Recommendations from U of AZ

Postby MoJoe » Sun Jan 17, 2021 8:59 pm

We are a supplement manufacturer primarily involved with lipids and plasmalogens. Along with our marine lipids and plasmalogens we complex curcumin to the phospholipids, It appears to have many benefits not the least being a Covid 19 treatment. Just google the two, curcumin and Covid. With two Covid new variants causing mayhem I am very happy to be taking my own capsules, however New Zealand is not the best testing grounds, as at this stage we are not under any lockdown. The new variants may well change that due to the higher transmission ability.
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