Recent research has revealed some fantastic herbal solutions for heart/myocardial damage secondary to Covid 19 shots. The first research article came from Antioxidants journal (2022).
Rats were treated with a cardiac poison to induce myocarditis.
The poisoned rats were treated orally with Boswellia extract for 21 days. Oral treatment with Boswellia markedly reduced myocardial damage, inflammatory responses and biochemical markers. The conclusion was that Boswellia should be considered as a new natural extract to combat heart pathology, such as autoimmune myocarditis.
The brings us to Medi Herb’s Boswellia Complex. (M1152 or M1157) This product contains four different herbs- Boswellia, Celery Seed, Ginger, and Turmeric.
Fantastic overall anti-inflammatory. Great for any arthritic condition and also for gut inflammatory conditions like colitis.
Another article appeared in the publication, Complementary Therapies and Medicine. (September 2021) This article talked about Black Cumin Seed Extract. I like Medi Herb’s Black Cumin Seed Forte. (M1660)
The conclusion was that Black Cumin Seed Extract has antiviral and immune modulating activities as is recommended for treatment of COVID-19. Supplementation was associated with faster recovery of symptoms, then usual care alone for patients with COVID-19 infections.
We take one Boswellia Complex a day and Black Cumin Seed Forte a couple times a week. It is recommended that anyone who has had the Covid-19 shot to take two Boswellia complex and two Black Cumin Seed Forte a day permanently. This will deal with the auto immune consequences of the shot and look to bring health and vitality back to the person affected.
Another key piece of information for those concerned about alterations to the bloodstream caused by the Covid 19 shot is the organization Safe Blood Donation. This is a global service in over 65 countries that connects unvaccinated blood donors with recipients. George Della Pietra, a Swiss naturopath founded Safe Blood Donation, a global mediation service that seeks to connect unvaccinated blood donors with recipients.
The Zurich-based nonprofit offers to obtain “fresh or canned” unvaccinated blood for its patrons, according to Safe Blood’s website, which says it has a presence across western Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, Asia and Africa.
A useful reference for all of us. Do you know someone suffering from the side effects of a Covid-19 shot? Are they being helped with their symptoms?