New FLCCC protocol for vax injury July 14, 2022

Some highlights:

There should be a React19 video with Paul Marik coming out soon… it’ll have more detail on his thinking behind vaccine injury treatment.

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FLCCC physicians Dr. Mobeen Syed and Dr. Paul Marik explained in the video that NLRP inflammasome generation is a result of inhibition of autophagy and the spike protein inhibits autophagy, as a result of which the spike protein is circulating in cells and tissues for a prolonged period in Long COVID and post-vax long haul patients. They also explained how Resveratrol induces autophagy via activating SIRT1. I shared how the NLRP3 inflammasome is involved in the pathophysiology of post-vax long haul symptoms and how all ingredients (including Pterostilbene, which is a highly bioavailable analogue of Resveratrol) of the supplement QuadraMune inhibit it in the following post:

The following studies show that all Quadramune ingredients activate SIRT1 as well, thereby inducing autophagy, which is the likely mechanism behind their ability to inhibit the NLRP3 inflammasome.

Pterostilbene: SIRT1 activation by pterostilbene attenuates the skeletal muscle oxidative stress injury and mitochondrial dysfunction induced by ischemia reperfusion injury | SpringerLink
EGCG: EGCG-mediated autophagy flux has a neuroprotection effect via a class III histone deacetylase in primary neuron cells - PMC
Sulforaphane: Sulforaphane protects against oxidative stress‑induced apoptosis via activating SIRT1 in mouse osteoarthritis
Thymoquinone: AMPK and SIRT1 activation contribute to inhibition of neuroinflammation by thymoquinone in BV2 microglia | SpringerLink

Hence, it is highly likely that oral administration of Quadramune or its ingredients separately in the same concentration and quantity will alleviate post-vax long haul and/or long COVID symptoms by clearing out the circulating spike protein from the body via inducing autophagy.

The Marik presentation is up here:

“Virtual Rounds” is a Zoom seminar series for doctors to educate each other. Patients may find them useful as some of these seminars contain the latest information on how doctors are thinking about vaccine injury.