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vitamins & minerals & supplements

Recommended dosages of most vitamins and supplements will vary. But be aware that official, government-defined recommended dietary allowances for vitamins and minerals were set (and remain) to the known bare minimum levels needed to actually prevent illness and disease; and are set much too low for adequate health support. Also, dosages may increase as we get older and are subject to more age-related malabsorption issues.

Some of the most important dietary supplements are nutrients that transfer zinc or magnesium to cells, which reduce inflamation, oxidization and aging. They usually have the added benefit of helping support weight loss.

Top 20 Supplements to consider taking. I typically recommend taking a dietary approach to get the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients you need, but as many as 86% of Americans may be using supplements to boost their health. To avoid wasting your money, which ones do you really need? Here's my list of what I consider 'essential.' Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola March 24, 2023

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  • 5-HTP: Aging, Better Sleep, Depression, Brain Health and Reversing Neurological Disease; Dr. Mercola interviews Dr Lee Cowden (video 1:00:25: This doesn't just boost your absorption of nutrients - it also lifts your immune function and relaxes your body. I also do it each night before bed to fall asleep really quickly. Here are the exact steps to follow.
  • Alpha lipoic acid; Dr. David Sinclair (healthspan advocate) takes the “S form” [rather than the R form; R-Lipoic Acid], but doesn't mention dose. Most come in 300-400mg. He references it as another sirtuin activator. [Not to be confused with alpha linoleic acid – which is a source of omega-3 fatty acids often found in seeds.] Found naturally in some foods, Alpha lipoic acid is used by cells in mitochondrial energy metabolism.
  • Animal Protein To build muscle, it's really important to get enough protein in your diet, ideally animal protein. There are 20 amino acids and nine of them are essential, which means you have to get them from your diet, as your body cannot make them from other substrates. Here is a list of essential nutrients that are essentially unavailable in plant foods: Carnitine, Carnosine, Choline, Creatine, Collagen, Retinol, Vitamin B12, CoQ10, EPA DHA, and Taurine. If, for whatever reason you choose to eat a primarily plant-based diet, you will need to figure out some way to get these absolutely crucial nutrients into your diet. This is why I believe including animal protein is a wise strategy, as it will virtually assure you receive these nutrients without having to take supplementsFor most normal-weight adults, 30 grams of protein per meal is really the minimum you need to stimulate muscle protein synthesis. If you have a robust strength training program, you may need to go far higher. Older adults typically need 30 to 50 grams per meal, children around 5 to 10 grams, and young adults about 20 grams per meal. For reference, there's approximately 7 grams of protein in each ounce of steak, so a 5-ounce steak would give you 35 grams of high-quality protein. Building Muscle with Resistance Exercise and Reassessing Protein Intake; by Stuart Phillips, PhD, whose research centers on the roles exercise and nutrition play in influencing human skeletal muscle protein turnover and how these lifestyle factors influence body composition, especially as we age.
  • Apple Pectin (all ages) 700mg twice daily. Apples contain four different phytochemicals along with the beneficial fiber, pectin. To get the benefits of quercetin, eat your apples unpeeled.
  • aspirin (acetysylic acid, an NSAID) 81 mg (baby dose) daily, or 325mg several times / wk; aspirin helps prevent blood clots; for active illness with clotting risk, use 325 mg daily. aspirin or naproxen take 1-3x wk. Aspirin is the most popular pharmaceutical drug in the last one hundred years. Its active ingredient (acetylsalicylic acid) is a synthetic derivative of salicylic acid. Salicin is a natural compound, similar to acetylsalicylic acid, and can be found in the bark and leaves of the willow tree. Salicin, combined with the anti-inflammatory flavonoids found in the willow tree, is thought to be responsible for this herb's incredible pain-relieving benefits.
  • Astaxanthin 5 mg QD; is what gives the orange color to crustaceans and shellfish; also improves vision. Fun fact: among foods we are told not to consume after the jab. Astaxanthin-genetically-engineered-disguised-as-natural-mercola.pdf: If you want real (healthy) astaxanthin, it must come straight from the source, which is the Haematococcus pluvialis microalgae. Most astaxanthin is produced synthetically from petroleum derivatives, or genetically modified yeasts. Fake food is all the rage, called natural, or plant-based, and is made from GE organisms & processes.
  • Artemisia Annua: see Forbidden Health pg 85.
  • Vitamin B Complex. B vitamins play a very important role in metabolism, brain health, nerve health, and immune system health. Deficiencies in B vitamins may lead to neurological, digestive or psychiatric disorders. Chronic exposure to pesticides reduces your ability to make B vitamins and increases your requirement. B vitamins are involved in most all important cellular processes, like making sure the Krebs cycle runs smoothly, which fuels all life, or creating DNA or maintaining the epigenome. A vitamin B complex contains all B vitamins, like vitamin B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B9, and B12. B Vitamin Complex (Brain Health & Wellness Center): When you look at labels on bottles for supplements that offer an assortment of B vitamins, they are labelled “B-50 Complex” or B-100 Complex. The 50 and 100 refer to the amount of each vitamin in the combination pill. Sometimes it is in mg, sometimes mcg, depending on the particular individual B vitamin. And usually they all have 400 mcg of folate. B-100 Complex has 100 mg of B-6 which is the recommended daily LIMIT for B-6. Since B-6 is added to many foods, especially grains, and also occurs naturally in many other foods, you could get too much. Not dangerous to take B-100 (since they are mostly water soluble and get flushed out of our bodies), just more sensible to take the B-50, as you get all you need. The key is to have a little of each B vitamin every day. Important Note: Don’t “double up” on your B-vitamin complexes or even multi-vitamins as you can end up with too much of either B-6 or folate. Some B-vitamins do not have upper safety limits (e.g. B1, B12 and some others) but B6 and folate do; in the case of folate, high levels are only dangerous if there is a B12 deficiency.
  • Vitamin B3; Dr. Dmitry Kats, a UNC PhD of Epidemiology & biostatician provides science-backed health solutions for Covid sufferers—a Niatonin Protocol for Covid prevention, before receiving jab, for acute Covid and/or jab injury recovery, and for prolonged aka Long Haul Covid recovery. NiacinCuresCovid.com (or nicotinic acid, or "flush niacin") is a water soluable B3 vitamin made and used by plants and animals from the amino acid tryptophan, and used in animals and humans to turn food into energy. It helps keep your nervous system, digestive system and skin healthy, and is an essential vitamin for healthy body function. Without vitamin B3, the body can be at risk of heart conditions, poor cholesterol levels, bad skin health, and cognitive function. Pure Niacin is the only form shown not to cause liver damage.
  • Vitamin B12 offical recommended amount is 2.4mcg, but it takes 20mcg to protect against DNA strand breaks. Plus, uptake declines with age. The Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University recommends that people over 50 take 100 to 400 ug/day of supplemental vitamin B12.
  • baking soda: sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3)
    21 Questions About Sodium Bicarbonate by Dr. Mark Sircus. Sodium bicarbonate is a universal medicine that is nutritional as well as safe and is of help no matter what syndrome we are facing. As we age our bodies produce less thus we need to supplement more to balance bicarbonate deficiencies.
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  • beet root powder (organic of course); 2 tsp daily for prevention & illness.
  • berberine Your Top Berberine Questions Answered Dr. Julian Whitaker Berberine is a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory with positive effects on the gut microbiota. However, its main mechanism is increasing AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK). When energy runs low, AMPK signals the cells to generate more energy and conserve energy use. Berberine reduces blood sugar and improves insulin sensitivity. Berberine lowers triglycerides, cholesterol, and blood pressure—aspects of metabolic syndrome that increase the risk of both diabetes and heart disease. It helps with fatty liver disease and digestive disorders, and may contribute to weight loss. Early research indicates a future in the treatment of cancer, Alzheimer’s, and other neurodegenerative diseases. It is an antifungal, and helps control candida overgrowth in the body. It is safe taken with other supplements and pharmaceuticals.
    • I suggest taking 500 mg three times a day. This is the average dosage used in most of the clinical trials for blood sugar, lipids, weight loss, liver disease, etc. Twice-a-day dosing may be sufficient for individuals with prediabetes. Studies demonstrate berberine’s ability to lower blood sugar—as effectively as metformin and other diabetes drugs—in 90 days.
    • The best time to take berberine is about 30 minutes before meals. It is better tolerated when taken with food, and mealtime dosing may help to blunt the spike in blood sugar and lipids that occurs after eating. You could also take it on an empty stomach as long as it doesn’t cause gastrointestinal upset. Long term use is fine.
    • contraindications: Berberine has an excellent safety profile when taken as recommended. It can cause gastrointestinal upset and constipation, which is usually mild, but is generally well tolerated. Like other botanical-based supplements, it should not be taken by children or women who are pregnant or nursing. (thenaturalhealthlibrary.com)
  • billberry extract has the ability to repair nerve damage, I read testimonials about 5 months getting a paralyzed goat on its feet (fallen while PG, nerve damage couldn't get up), and getting a dog on hind leg wheels, back on its feet.
  • borax: In some countries (e.g. Australia, NZ, USA) borax can still be found in the laundry and cleaning sections of supermarkets. 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of borax (concentrate) has 25 to 30 mg of borax and provides about 3 mg of boron. Heals arthritis, strengthens bones and much more! Minimum: 1/4 tsp in water daily. All borax is the same and "natural", and usually mined in California or Turkey, whether it has been packed in China or any other country. There is no "food-grade" borax available or necessary. The label usually states that it is 99% pure (or 990g/kg borax) which is safe to use, and is the legal standard for agricultural grade borax. Up to 1% mining and refining residues are permitted. Boric acid, if available, may be used at about ? the dose of borax; it is not for public sale in Australia. Borax; Boron video: natural arthritis, osteoporosis remedy.
    , How the Arthritis Cure has been stopped, by Walter Last.
    Boric Acid ovarian cancer treatment.pdf
    How to Make Magnesium Chloride and Boron Solution.pdf

    — Boric Acid in Forbidden Health by Andreas Kalcker pg 100.
    — Borax The Inexpensive Detox
    — Borax Handbuch by Biohacking Academy
    — Borax, DMSO und CDL Premium Handbuch
    — QuikGuide to Borax, by Linda J. Johnson
  • budesonide; an OTC drug sold as nasal spray for allergies & long term asthma; kills viruses.
  • Vitamin C (ascorbic acid, intracellular "cement" repair & more) prevention dose; 1000mg twice daily. treatment dose for Covid: 2000mg twice daily, or up to 10,000 mg (Sodium Ascorbate) or use bowel tolerance dose. Dr Ardis dose: all ages beginning at 2YO; start at 1000mg-2000mg / day, add 1000mg every day until you get diarrhea, go back to previous dosage, stay on that indefinitely. Read about benefits of Liposome vitamin C. Buy Liposomal vitamin C on Amazon. [Dr. Thomas Levy describes vitamin C as "the perfect physiological partner" with nebulized hydrogen peroxide, as together, they have powerful synergistic effects that facilitate rapid resolution of most infections & diseases.
  • C60 for apoptosis to get rid of damaged cells & repair mitochondria
  • calcium: Cows milk contains lactoferin, an anti-viral protein. Milk is believed by some nutritionists to accelerate aging, because it contains many substances that induce growth pathways, which are also strong aging pathways (like insulin, IGF and mTOR pathways). Calcium is necessary for bone health, nerve conduction, brain health and innumerable other body processes, but your diet may provide enough. Calcium needed, if supplemented, is about 1000 mg per day, divided over two doses. Taking too much calcium at one time can create a high calcium peak in the blood that could accelerate calcification in the blood vessels [also read Andreas Kalcker's pdf book "Forbidden Health" -- help w/ gallstones & kidney stones, starting on page 22].
  • cannabinoid balm ~ naturally calms immune system flare. CBD anti-inflammatory: Cannabidiol (CBD) is a chemical in the Cannabis sativa plant, also known as marijuana or hemp. CBD is a potent inhibitor of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Researchers recommend 150—600 mg should be effective at suppressing inflammation. For adults, start w/ oral dose 20-30 mg of CBD and gradually working up until they experience the effects they want.
  • castor oil Despite its highly nauseous taste and negative history as a punishment for disagreeable children, castor oil is beneficial as a facial cleanser and moisturizer, mainly due to its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It also promotes hair growth and has been found to strengthen cracked and weak nails.
  • cds (chlorine dioxide solution) CLO2
  • Chaga tea (1/4 tsp chaga powder / 8 oz hot water), for C19 resistance drink 2 cups daily; it's fine to drink the powder left at bottom of cup.
  • Chanca Piedra scientific name phyllanthus niruri, is a plant of the family Phyllanthaceae like amla, another plant with amazing properties. Chanca piedra is mainly found in the coastal areas of tropical regions. “Chanca piedra” is Spanish meaning “to break the stone”. The stone breaker is a popular herbal folk remedy for kidney stones, for urinary tract and for diabetes; keeps blood sugar levels under control. Studies show that chanca piedra reduces pain and inflammation, sore throat and colic issues.
  • Citric Acid: don't worry, the blk mold it is harvested from is not the deadly blk mold, and it is not present in the final product.
  • Chlorine Dioxide: Also known as the master mineral solution.
  • Colloidal Silver; benefits, what is it, antiviral and healing properties thenaturalhealthlibrary.com: how to make your own colloidal silver for a tiny fraction of the price it would cost to buy.
  • Copper; You need 10mg / daily; must accompany zinc. Specifically, Copper bisglycinate is the available supplement form you want.
  • CoQ10 (ubiquinol) is a powerful, fat-soluble antioxidant that also has anti-inflammatory effects and plays a role in energy production. It’s found throughout your body in cell membranes, but it’s most abundant in your heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, spleen, pancreas and adrenal glands, and offers significant benefits for heart health, kidney function, liver disease, migraines and more. CoQ10 is one of the few antioxidants that work inside cell membranes, where all the oxidative activity takes place, especially in heart muscle cells. Heart health is CoQ10’s claim to fame, but it also plays a role in a number of other important functions, including cholesterol metabolism, regeneration of vitamins C and E, maintaining lysosomal pH, sulfur metabolism, amino acid metabolism and gene expression. Your production of CoQ10 peaks around the age of 25, then begins to decline; by the age of 65, your body typically produces only about half the amount it did at 25. Many people, including older adults, those with certain chronic diseases and people taking statin drugs, benefit from ubiquinol supplementation; ubiquinol is the reduced, electron-rich form of CoQ10 that your body produces naturally, that’s more easily absorbed. Cardiac muscle cells have about 5,000 mitochondria per cell, where CoQ10 concentrates. For comparison, mitochondria make up about 35% of the volume of cardiac tissue and only 3% to 8% of the volume of skeletal muscle tissue. CoQ10 helps ward off atrial fibrillation (an abnormal, often rapid, heart rhythm that occurs when the atria, your heart's upper chambers, beat out of sync with the ventricles, the heart's lower chambers.) CoQ10 decreases all-cause mortality events, and improves high blood pressure and risk of stroke. Food sources include green leafy vegetables, which are loaded with chlorophyll, in combination with sun exposure, wild-caught salmon, mackerel, sardines, eggs and organ meats.
    Dosages: if you plan on supplementing with CoQ10 you must be absolutely certain the supplement does not contain any vegetable oil in it, as the unsaturated fat will damage the CoQ10 and it will not work optimally. If you're just starting out with ubiquinol, start with 200 mg to 300 mg per day. Within three weeks, your plasma level will typically plateau to its optimum level. After that, you can go down to a 100 mg per day maintenance dose. If you're taking a statin drug you must also take at least 100 to 200 mg of ubiquinol or CoQ10 per day, or more. Supplementation is also appropriate for those with chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), chronic fatigue and autism. Ideally, split the dose up so you’re taking it two or three times a day, rather than taking it all at once, as this will result in higher blood levels. To find out the best dose for your needs, you'll want to work with your integrative physician. Remember, too, that CoQ10 is a fat-soluble antioxidant, so consume it along with a healthy source of fat for optimal absorption.
  • curcumin (turmeric): a bright yellow compound naturally occurring in turmeric, a spice native to Southeast Asia. People have been using turmeric for its medicinal properties for over 4000 years. Curcumi has been found to possess antiinflamatory and antioxidant properties, which means it can help decrease swelling and inflammation. Curcumin carries two monophenol groups (one at each end of the molecule) which can quench oxyradicals. It can help with arthritis, eye health, kidney health and is a potential cancer treatment option. Curcumin is absorbed poorly during digestion, so it is important to find a bio-available form to achieve the desired results. The dose for early treatment is: 500mg twice a day (or 1000-1200 mg/ day). The approximate equivalent of 500mg is 1/6 teaspoon or 1000mg is a 1/3 teaspoon. Dr Andrew Jones suggests an animal dose of 50-100mg/10lbs daily.
  • Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 5000 IU (125 mcg) for prevention; 10,000 IU daily for active illness. Oil soluable, aim for a vitamin-D blood level in the range of 60 to 80 ng/mL. The dose of vitamin D that most governments advise (400 to 800 IU per day) is too low. Most vitamin D experts advise taking at least 2000-4000 IU per day. Some doctors say, take minimum 10,000 IU/day (15,000 no sun) immunity, for life. But if you take more than 10,000 international units of Vitamin D3 per day, you should stop consuming dairy and Vitamin C supplements to avoid calcium clots. 3 groups of people who are more likely to have vitamin D deficiency are the obese, the elderly and those with dark skin. Get your vitamin D blood level checked annually to know your levels (ideally, you'd like your level to be 60 ng/mL). Vitamin D can extend lifespan by activating many genes that confer improved brain health and a better functioning immune system. Vitamin D reduces the risk of heart disease, auto-immune diseases, type 2 diabetes, and Alzheimer's disease. Vitamin D needs adequate vitamin K to function properly. Vitamin D ensures proper uptake of calcium, and vitamin K ensures the calcium ends up in bones and not in arteries, which could result in vascular calcification. Dr Brad Stanfield: for blood concentration of nanograms per milliliter 30-50 [ng/mL] or 2000-4000 IU / day supplemented, with exc diet.
    • GcMAF (Vitamin D-binding protein-derived macrophage activating factor)
    Grassroots Health Nutrient Research Institute spreading awareness about vitamin D.
    • Just remember to also increase your vitamin K2 and magnesium intake (either from food or supplements) when taking oral vitamin D3, as these nutrients all work in tandem.
  • dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) (CH3)2SO Basics
    • “DMSO—What-Is-It.pdf?” (4 pgs) article by Dr James R. Walker; directions how to alleviate a stroke. “So, within 12 minutes and at a cost of less than ONE DOLLAR, I had cured my stroke at home with my own non-toxic natural formula from God’s own pharmacy, which had no side effects, will safely mix with any other ingredients, and is suitable for anyone. You can buy DMSO at your local farm feed store or tack shop for around $6.50 a pint (16 ounces). Be sure that it is 99.7 or 99.9% pure. At your health food store it will cost around $25 a pint. At your pharmacy it will cost around $30. You can buy medical grade DMSO for about $60 per pint, but that is not necessary. It is overkill. DMSO has not been found unsafe for humans. Any side effects are merely minor irritations. If it is rubbed on the skin, it may cause a slight stinging sensation. It imparts a smell to your body which some people find unpleasant, but will last for only about 3 days. This can be reduced by adding a few drops of peppermint oil to your mixture.”
  • EDTA Detox Cream recommended by Curious Outlier, for detox heavy metals, thinning plaque on inner blood vessel veins.
  • EGCg, green tea (Camellia sinensis leaf) extract (often in green superfood pwdr). The epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) in green tea is a powerful antioxidant responsible for body-wide health benefits such as blood pressure and weight maintenance, lowered risk of certain cancers, energy boost and antimicrobial properties. Green Tea is Linked to Decreased Risk for Dementia. Green tea also contains theanine, an amino acid that crosses the blood-brain barrier and has psychoactive properties. Daily EGCg dosage is about 250-1000mg. 1 cup of regular green tea contains 20-25mg EGCg from infused leaves. Matcha tea contains 120mg EGCg in one cup of tea. In a study, people who drank green tea one to six days a week had less mental decline and a lower risk of dementia than non-tea drinkers. Teavigo patented a production process that increases EGCg concentrate while minimuzing impurities: EGCg 94% = 141 mg (other brands are 40-50%).
  • Enzymes 101. Enzymes reduce inflamation, slow aging. While enzymes catalyze, assist and accelerate biochemical reactions, they are not used up in the reaction. Best supplements contain more kinds, work across a wider range of pH levels, and have higher FCC units (more potency, not more weight).
  • famotidine OTC anti-acid. Also good for dogs. H2 histamine blocker to help dry up secretions and inhibit cytokines.
  • fluoride — a neurotoxin; FAN Working to End Water Fluoridation in the US (01:06:46)
  • GHK-Cu copper peptide; tripeptide glycyl- L -histidyl- L -lysine (amino acid molecules), associated with DNA repair, skin repair, dark spots, cell protection, anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-pain, anti-anxiety, lung & gut tissue repair, hair re-growth, nerve regeneration actions. Liposomal encapsulated tablets may be effective when dosed at 10mg/ day or more, but usually applied topically. 3% amazon
  • ginkgo biloba: Vertigo | Tinitus causes, home treatment, ginkgo biloba (natural alternative to betahistine)
  • glutathione (see NAC) to flush out graphene oxide and spike protein SPIONs, prevents oxidative stress. Glutathione precursor is NAC. Glutathione is not well absorbed in oral supplement. Niacinamide is best precursor of NAC. At age 26, humans begin to age; their ability to absorb glutathione begins to decline. Acetaminophen (tylenol) poisons the enzymes that make glutathione. The treatment for tylenol toxicity is N-acetyl cysteine (in ER they use IV NAC).
  • glycine Increase Longevity and Decrease Depression video (14:45). From helping you recharge super antioxidant glutathione, to building and protecting collagen and supporting metabolic health, glycine helps you age well. Dr. Mercola personally takes 3 teaspoons of it a day as it's a veritable fountain of youth - it reduces wrinkles and turns on collagen synthesis, the 'glue' that strengthens bones, arteries and ligaments and holds you together. Plus, it's protective against a host of chronic diseases, including metabolic syndrome. To gain all of glycine’s healing potential, doses of 10 to 20 grams a day may be optimal. You need at least 12 grams of glycine daily for optimal collagen turnover, plus another 3 grams per day to form glutathione. amazon
  • honey fights illnesses including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and problems with respiration and the gastro-intestinal system. It has comprehensive anti-inflammatory properties and inhibits the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines. Dose: 1 gram per kilogram of body mass per day as a preventive treatment dosage. Give to baby for allergies (AFTER 1YO age).
  • hydrogen peroxide
  • hydrogen oxygen gas HydrOxy Browns Gas (HHO) or Oxyhydrogen. Another video on taking (HydrOxigen - hydrogen oxygen gas) tablets. The list of remedies (things that have been reported to have been "spontaneously remissed") is virtually the same as ClO2 but the therapy is simpler. It is simply inhaling the gas that is made from an HHO generator or from some HHO pills.
  • hydroxychloroquine or quinine; Schweppes tonic water - 3-4 oz / day
    • See hydroxychloroquine on DIY home health hacks & remedies page
  • iodine (lugols.com) is found only in very, very small quantities in most foods, unless you eat a lot of seaweed. Iodized salt contains iodine, but that begins evaporating when the package is opened. Sea salt does not contain any iodine; nor do most packaged foods. Many people are deficient in iodine, which increases the risk of thyroid problems, metabolic problems and even the risk of breast cancer. Iodine is important in metabolism, immune system health and brain health. Iodine supplement of about 150 ug (microgram) per day (ideally as droplets) is recommended. Dr Brownstein recommends oral iodine supplements at 25 mg / day. WebMD.com says that more than 1100 micrograms of iodine a day for adults can be dangerous. Iodine needs adequate selenium to function properly.
  • Iron Toxicity. Top 4 Reasons to Check Your Iron Level, Not Your Cholesterol. Most of Us Need to Donate Blood. Make sure you don't have high iron levels. Most men and postmenopausal women have high iron, largely thanks to so many processed foods being "fortified" with dangerous forms of iron like iron filings, and the fact that your body has no pathway to eliminate iron other than blood loss. Stored iron is incredibly damaging to all of your tissues as it promotes oxidative stress that can damage your mitochondrial DNA, cell membranes and electron transport proteins. If left untreated, it can damage your organs and contribute to cancer, heart disease, diabetes, neuro-degenerative diseases and many other disorders. It's also one of the most common causes of fatigue because of how it impairs your mitochondrial production of energy. Iron has a terminal destination in the mitochondria from where it must be recycled. However, for that to occur, you must have enough copper, and most people don't. As a result, the iron gets "stuck" and cannot be recycled. So, a low ferritin level is not necessarily a sign that you need iron. You more than likely already have too much stored in your tissues that are simply unavailable due to low availability of copper, which is typically the result of retinol deficiency. The average person accumulates about 1 milligram of iron a day, and if it's not being recycled due to a copper deficiency, you end up in a vicious cycle. You may be told you low iron and need iron supplementation, but the problem is really a copper deficiency. So, you keep loading in iron, and your health suffers as a result. The serum ferritin test measures stored iron that has seeped out into your blood, but it doesn't indicate tissue iron stores. I strongly recommend all adults to get this test done on an annual basis. Ideally, your serum ferritin should be between 20 and 40 ng/mL. If your ferritin level is above 80 ng/mL, the solution is to donate your blood. If it's over 200 ng/mL, a more aggressive phlebotomy schedule is highly recommended. If donating a full pint (half a liter, 500 ml or about 16 ounces) of blood three to four times a year is problematic, you can remove blood in smaller amounts once a month as so: Men, 150 ml, postmenopausal women 100ml, premenopausal women 50 ml. If you have congestive heart failure or severe COPD, you should discuss this with your doctor, but otherwise this is a fairly appropriate recommendation for most. I (Dr. Mercola) personally remove 60 cc or 2 ounces of blood once a week, which is about 7 pints per year. This is a large amount but because it is done slowly it is far better tolerated.
  • ivermectin (see drugs) is a microrganism found in Japanese soil. It's not a chemical as in a lab made compound, but an isolated compound from nature. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3043740/
  • vitamin K2 complex or MK7. Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin with significant health influence that many don't get enough of. Your body stores very little of it, so it's rapidly depleted without regular dietary intake. Common drugs such as statins and antibiotics can also deplete vitamin K. Vitamin K1 is derived from green, leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, broccoli and cabbage, and is best known for the role it plays in blood clotting. Vitamin K2 plays a primary role in bone and heart health. Inside your body, vitamin K2 is synthesized by certain bacteria in your gut. The vitamin K2 MK-4 is found in animal products such as meat, eggs, liver and dairy, while MK-7 is found in fermented foods such as sauerkraut, certain cheeses and natto. Recent research shows older individuals with low vitamin K1 status are more likely to have mobility problems and disability than those with higher levels. Vitamin K2 inhibits arterial calcification and improves arterial flexibility, thereby reducing your risk of a cardiovascular event (such as a heart attack) or death. It’s also important for the prevention of osteoporosis. The vitamin K dose should be at least 180 ug per day, ideally vitamin K2 (menaquinone) (not vitamin K1), and in a complex with several vitamin K2 variants, like vitamin K2-M7, vitamin K2-M6, vitamin K2-M9, etc. Vitamin K is important for bone and skin health, as well as metabolism. Vitamin K probably prevents buildup of calcification in the body. Vit K2 is important for removing excess free calcium from the blood and injects it into the bones. It can reduce wrinkles and the risk of osteoporosis. K2 in the form of Mk-7 (200 mcg / day, with vitamin D) has shown to be bioactive in regulating osteoporosis, atherosclerosis, cancer and inflammatory diseases, without risk of overdosing or negative side effects. Vitamin K2 needs vitamin D to function properly, and like vit D, needs to be supplemented. Caution: Many parents do not want their newborn baby to be routinely given shot of vit.K, due to added vaccine contents (for more info, scroll down page to vitK segment).
  • Kalanchoe Daigremontiana, see Forbidden Health, pg 90
  • kerosene (petroleum) a Universal Healer, see Forbidden Health, pg 92.
  • L-Ornithine is a unique non protein amino acid your body makes naturally. It's vital for removing toxins from the liver as part of the urea cycle. L-Ornithine removes excess levels of ammonia from the body (a toxin created by Lyme bacteria and the excessive byproduct of a CBS gene mutation). Excessive ammonia can cause cognitive disruption and hinder the ability to read, think, or talk. L-Ornithine can even stimulate tissue regeneration. L-Ornithine supplement may be used as a kidney cleanse.
  • linoleic acid (LA) is BAD; see omega-6
  • lions mane can assist with rebuilding neurons and pathways in the brain
  • loratadine (OTC: Claritin) – H1 histamine blocker to help dry up secretions and inhibit cytokines.
  • lutein: Your body cannot manufacture lutein, so you need to get it from your diet, for eye and brain health. Lutein is a carotenoid found in egg yolks, and raw (damaged by heat) avocados, cruciferous vegetables and dark, leafy greens, especially kale and spinach, and broccoli and peppers. To optimize absorption, add some healthy fat to your meal. Best example: Eggs (organically-raised, free-range pastured) contain both lutein and healthy fats — to your salad can increase the carotenoid absorption from the whole meal as much as ninefold. Also raw organic butter or healthy oils such as olive or coconut oil. You should get 10-20 mg lutein / day. Lower levels may lead to age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the primary cause of blindness in the elderly, and cataracts, and probably increased risk of DNA damage, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
  • magnesium is the 4th most abundant mineral in your body and is involved in more than 600 different biochemical reactions. Research suggests even subclinical deficiency can jeopardize your heart health. A lack of magnesium will impede your cellular metabolic function and deteriorate mitochondrial function, and magnesium deficiency has been identified as the greatest predictor of heart disease. Magnesium is also important for chromosome folding, which allows cells to divide, multiply and regenerate to make up for lost or damaged cells. Low potassium and calcium are common laboratory signs indicating magnesium deficiency. The RDA for magnesium is around 310 to 420 mg per day depending on your age and sex, but many experts believe you may need 600 to 900 mg per day, which is more in line with the magnesium uptake during the Paleolithic period. I believe many may benefit from amounts as high as 1 to 2 grams (1,000 to 2,000 mg) of elemental magnesium per day, as most of us have EMF exposures that simply cannot be mitigated, and the extra magnesium should help lower the damage from that exposure. Higher doses of magnesium should be taken in evenly divided doses throughout the day to prevent loose stools. It can be taken with or without food. If you're also taking calcium, take them together. If you exercise regularly, consider taking your calcium and magnesium in a ratio of one part calcium to two parts magnesium with your pre-workout meal. While the ideal ratio of magnesium to calcium is thought to be 1-to-1, most people get far more calcium than magnesium from their diet; hence, your need for supplemental magnesium may be two to three times greater than calcium. Taking Epsom salt baths is another effective way to boost your magnesium level. Take a hot 20 minute bath with 2 cups epsom salt. This is an easy and inexpensive way to increase your magnesium and will allow you to get higher dosages into your body without having to deal with its laxative effects. ~Dr. Mercola, March 18, 2023
  • melatonin (detox against 5G) (don't use extended release form) is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant chemical our bodies produce to help regulate the sleep–wake cycle. It also supports the gut lining, which promotes healthy immune function. Take 1 mg of melatonin at bedtime; 6-10mg for active illness.
    • The Most Important, Powerful Antioxidant is Melatonin, NOT Glutathione (12:29) Jan 2022. New Information: This video is a summary of an important paper that blew me away. Learning, brain function, LED, firelight, incandescent light, blue light, vitamin D, disease, benefit of sun, infrared light.
    • What You Need to Know About Melatonin (01:14:08) Dr Russell Reiter (transcript) In this interview, Russel Reiter, Ph.D. — a world-class expert on melatonin — discusses some of the biological activities and health benefits of this important molecule. With some 1,600 papers to his credit, as well as three honorary doctor of medicine1 degrees, he’s published more studies on melatonin than anyone else alive. "Prior to my interview with Reiter, I certainly knew that limiting carbs and preventing the Warburg effect was important in cancer treatment, but I hadn’t realized that one of the metabolic byproducts of acetyl-CoA was needed to produce melatonin. So, being metabolically flexible not only impairs the Warburg effect, but also supplies melatonin to combat the excessive oxidative stress in cancer. This is why I would strongly encourage each and every one of you to regularly engage in two activities the rest of your life: First, expose as much of your skin as you can to an hour of sunshine a day around solar noon. Second, you have to eliminate all seed oils from your diet, as excess seed oils are the primary reason why most people are metabolically inflexible. While the average person’s consumption of these oils is around 25% to 30% of total daily calories, it should only be about 1% to 2% (mine is 1.5%)." ~ Dr. Mercola
  • methylene blue: Useful Treatment for Alzheimer's and UTIs - From 1876? It sits on the shelf in every hospital around the world, and when used in low doses, may offer stunning benefits for mitochondrial health, treating urinary tract infections and slowing brain aging, as well as dementia, Parkinson's and other neural injuries caused by stroke and brain injury. Dave Asprey Box. Methylene Blue must be separated from chlorine dioxide by 2 hours before or after doses.
  • MMS (cds, master mineral solution, miracle mineral solution, God's detox)
  • Molecular Hydrogen (H2) video (1:15:41) Better than an antioxidant, it 'changes' your genes. While not in itself an antioxidant, it gets your DNA to help your body make its own - so you get the exact amount you need. It protects against over 170 different animal disease models. Take it before a flight or X-ray to protect against radiation damage. In this interview, repeat guest Tyler LeBaron, Ph.D., reviews some of the many benefits of molecular hydrogen.
  • mouthwash – to reduce viral load in mouth and throat
  • Moringa Oleifera tree. This article is for anyone considering growing their own moringa tree. Moringa is a deciduous tree with a swelling subterranean rootstock that has a horseradish-like flavor. It produces lengthy seed pods. It can grow almost 10 feet per year in peak conditions, yet will still produce pods filled with moringa seeds in times of drought. It is bursting with antioxidants, vitamins, and amino acids that can help with many health conditions like high cholesterol, high blood sugar, skin conditions, digestive health, and even water purification. The top uses of moringa are the leaves, powder, seeds, or oil extracted from the seeds. Moringa leaves can be steeped into a tea or used in cooking for stews and other dishes. The powder can be sprinkled into recipes, used as a tea, or encapsulated to make into a daily supplement. Additional Article on Moringa: the famous “miracle tree,” has many nutritional benefits and is one of the most efficient and influential plants out there. It grows best in tropical and sub-tropical regions, but the moringa tree can grow in many climates. BENEFITS OF MORINGA, A NUTRITIOUS SUPERFOOD AND MULTIVITAMIN (thenaturalhealthlibrary.com)
  • MSM (DMSO2) stands for methylsulfonylmethane, which is the oxidized form of dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), an organic sulfur compound (aka organosulfur compound) formed from lignan. It’s also known as dimethyl sulfone (methyl sulfone). This organic sulfur-containing compound naturally occurs in some green vegetables and other food products, plus it’s found in the human body, in many animals, and in milk. It’s also a natural substance made from phytoplankton in the oceans.
  • NAC N-acetyl cysteine or N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine, 1200 iu daily. Glutathione Precursor. 600mg 2-3x daily for active illnes; up to 7000 mg in some cases; an amino acid supplement form of cysteine, an amino acid that helps the body create and use glutathione--the so-called "master antioxidant" for cellular repair; providing antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immune-modulating characteristics & can help stop/ reduce viral replication. Also helps w/ PCOS. Graphene oxide is eliminated by glutathione (the most powerful antioxidant) in the body, and N-acetylcysteine is a precursor of glutathione, which can eliminate graphene oxide completely. June 17 2021: the FDA tried to stop the marketing of N-acetylcysteine after it had been used for 57 years as a common health supplement. Also, under Dr. Aryanna Love's link to the video made by La Quinta Columna researchers in Spain who explain: "Glutathione levels are extremely high in children and in athletes. That is why Covid has hardly any impact on these populations. Otherwise, glutathione levels drop over time, especially after 65 years of age."
  • NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide): is one of the most important biomolecules in your body. It's involved in the conversion of food to energy, maintaining DNA integrity and ensuring proper cell function. Together, these functions help protect against or delay aging and disease. NAD-plus-optimal-health.pdf
  • Niacinamide is the best NAD+ precursor and least expensive way to improve your NAD levels. It is likely because of financial interests that the best NAD precursor is not recommended more frequently. The best single NAD+ precursor is niacinamide, not niacin, NR or NMN. This lesser-known B vitamin enhances the activity of your natural killer (NK) cells and boosts their ability to home in on your lymph nodes to hunt down and destroy malignant cells in certain carcinomas. According to recent research, nicotinamide, also known as niacinamide (a form of niacin or vitamin B3), enhances natural killer (NK) cells' ability to defeat blood cancers. Low-Dose Niacinamide Has Striking Antiobesity Effects: Niacinamide, a precursor to NAD+, eliminated obesity in an animal study while increasing lean mass. These powerful anti-obesity effects can be had for less than a penny a day, which is why you probably haven't heard of it. No one is promoting niacinamide because it costs less than one cent a day. Ideally you buy niacinamide powder and use 1 to one-half of one-sixty-fourth of a teaspoon three times a day (25 to 50 mg). If you would like a more precise dose you could use the dose in the study of 2.5 mg/ kg or 1.13 mg/ pound of body weight in three divided daily doses. If you are a 150-pound person this would be about 50 to 60 mg three times a day. You will need special measuring spoons to measure this small a dose. This is important, as more is most definitely not better. If you use too much you will actually inhibit sirtuins, which are important longevity proteins. Spending $11 on 250 grams of niacinamide powder will give you a nearly four-year supply. That pencils out to 23 cents a month — or less than one penny a day. It is basically free. NMN in therapeutic doses of 1 to 2 grams per day can be $100 to $200 a month, or 400 to 800 times more expensive than niacinamide powder. All About Niacinimide ~Dr. Mercola
  • nigella sativa (black cumin seeds) this plant has immunoregulatory, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. Prophylactic use of Nigella sativa helps prevent lung inflammation and injury, due to a chemical compound it contains (thymoquinone). In addition to protecting the lungs, this compound also has positive interactions with kidney and liver function, and the heart (positively influencing blood pressure and reducing cholesterol). It even helps with digestion and regulation of blood sugar, and may dull seasonal allergies. It is sold as seeds or as pure oil. As a preventive treatment, add 40 mg per kilogram of body mass per day to your daily vitamin regimen. If you suspect COVID-19, double the dose for early treatment – 80 mg/kg per day – until resolution. Herbs that Prevent Blood Clots from the Covid vaccine: Nigella sativa Black Seed Oil (Nigella sativa) / Black Cumin Oil to Prevent Post COVID Vaccine Syndrome. Black Seed Oil comes from the Nigella sativa plant and it is commonly used as a traditional treatment for cancer in Arabic countries. One of the main components of black seed oil is thymoquinone, a substance that not only has the ability to prevent cancer and slow or prevent tumor growth, but that also has anti-inflammatory properties. Individuals have used black seed oil as a core treatment for cancer along with vitamin B17 / apricot kernel oil, pancreatic enzymes, and Lugol's iodine, but for cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy, black seed oil confers additional health benefits. And these health benefits that have been researched scientifically, are also relevant to individuals who wish to prevent blood clots from the COVID vaccine. Thymoquinone, the main component in Nigella sativa, significantly slows abnormal blood clotting and thrombosis, yet does not significantly thin the blood (so doesn't interfere with normal healthy clotting). The Thymoquinone dose for post-COVID Vaccine Syndrome ranges from 75 mg per day to 2600 mg per day. Studies have shown that thymoquinone is well tolerated even at high doses. (alivenhealthy.com)
  • nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN): NMN provides the “fuel” for sirtuins to work. Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN) and Nicotinamide Riboside (NR) are niacin derivatives, and are “NAD boosters” or precursors to NAD. NAD is required for every cell of our body to help facilitate energy production. At age 50 we have about half as much NAD as we did at age 20. Optimum health, slowing and even reversing age needs us to restore NAD function, but research is still ongoing as to what the best method will be. Dr. David Sinclair believes NMN is a more stable molecule than NR, and is able to do some things in mice studies that NR cannot. NMN fuel sirtruins, while resveratrol activates sirtuins.
  • Nitric Oxide (13:04) (N-O) Nitric Oxide is an incredible molecule. It is the spark of life, it is the source of vascular health by interfacing between the blood and the endothelial cells. It can reverse what is going on in the medical profession. Some professionals and athletes say, if they took only one supplement, it would be this one. By the age of 60, we are producing only 15% N-O that we did when age 20. N-O helps support healthy blood pressure, cholesterol, circulation, helps open blood vessels, oxidize blood, heal wounds, divide cells, build muscle, release hormones and regulate blood pressure. Supplements to take that convert into N-O are: L-Arginine; and L-Citrulline which converts into L-Arginine. For building muscle, a dose should be taken 30-60 min before and right after a workout. For GH stimulation, to burn fat, increase muscle growth and improve cell repair, take a dose before bedtime. Take dose in morning for energy increase. A 6g (6000mg) dose during day activates the N-O production inside your body. Do not take it with juice, or within half an hour before/ after a meal. L-Arginine should be taken continuously for 2-3 months. The recommended range is between 2-30 grams / day, starting out low & slow. A dose of 5-6 grams can then be taken 2-3 times / day. After you take it for 2-3 months, rest for 2 months before resuming it again for the next 2-3 months cycle. If you overdose, there are side-effects like diarrhea, nausea or weakness. Recommended by Dr. David Martin.
    https://rumble.com/v10auiv-nitric-oxide-the-bioweapon-miracle-fight-blood-clotting-myocarditis-caused-.html (13:04)
  • omega-3 (fish oil) fatty acids with low TOTOX values: We currently have a pandemic of omega-3 fatty acid deficiency, contributing to an increased risk of heart disease, depression, other neuropsychiatric disorders, Alzheimer's disease, and macular degeneration (a very prevalent aging-related eye disease). The long-chain omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) are the molecular building blocks for the generation of resolvins necessary to turn off diet-induced inflammation. Avoid anything else. People with an excess of short-chain omega-6 fatty acids from vegetable-based cooking oils (like linoleic acid) in their diet, further inhibits metabolism of short-chain omega-3 fatty acids into EPA and DHA. This causes a constant state of cellular inflammation that in turn damages our organs. The hormone balance between carbohydrates (that stimulate insulin) and from proteins (that stimulate glucagon) at every meal helps determine cellular inflammation. If you develop insulin resistance (a consequence of increased cellular inflammation), then your insulin levels are always elevated. Omega-3 fatty acids reduce inflammation, enable the immune system to carry out its tasks, and help the brain and eyes to function properly. Many governments recommend eating omega-3 containing fatty fish two times per week. But that is usually not enough. Ideally, people would need to eat fatty fish four times per week, while also supplementing with omega-3 fatty acids, at least 1,000 mg of pure omega-3 (DHA and EPA) per day. Animal fats help with brain health (given the brain is made of same fatty tissue substance), and using no seed oils if possible helps. Make sure you buy high-quality omega-3 fatty acid supplements, meaning that the omega-3 fatty acids are pure and have not oxidized much (having low “TOTOX” value). Recommended daily doses:
    • daily dose: 3 to 5 grams Omega 3 Fatty Acids daily
    • take always in the approximate EPA:DHA ratio of 3:2
    • if currently healthy: 3 grams EPA & DHA
    • if obesity, diabetes, heart disease: 5 g
    • if chronic pain: 7.5 grams daily
    • if neurological disease: greater than 10 g
  • omega-6 BAD (also see seed oils on health hacks page): omega-6 fat is loaded with linoleic acid (LA), the primary fatty acid found in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs). Unsaturated fat intake is associated with increased mortality from COVID-19, while saturated fat intake lowers your risk of death. The 10- to 20-times increase in LA intake over the past 150 years is believed to be a primary reason for the obesity epidemic contributing to an increase in diabetes, cancer, heart disease, age-related macular degeneration, and dementia. LA is worse for you than sugar. It is of utmost important to eliminate most any source of significant omega-6 fat. This would, of course, mean not only avoiding all vegetable & seed oils, but most seeds and nuts which are also high in omega-6 fat. Additionally, it is key to understand that most all restaurant food is cooked in seed oils which are also used in their sauces and salad dressings. A diet with too much LA can't be helped by increasing omega-3 fats. eliminate all seed oils (see Omega3 & Omega6 on health page) from your diet, as excess seed oils are the primary reason why most people are metabolically inflexible. Lowering LA levels to as low as possible is the key to lowering the risk of obesity. While the average person's consumption of these oils is around 25% to 30% of total daily calories, it should only be about 1% to 2%."
    Billions of dollars have been put into "precision fermentation" which is a synthetic yeast bacteria chemical process that's been around over 20 years... now companies like Zero Acre Farms are hawking "Cultured Oil", which they're promoting to restaurants as an inexpensive alternative to seed oils. Since seed oils contain about 75% linoleic acid, sounds good right? It is worse than unhealthy, has no safety testing, and is not food. The waste products is creates are too dangerous to even be allowed in landfills.
  • phytosterols: Unlike cholesterol, crosses blood brain barrier. Mimics good cholesterol, helps prevent (possibly reverse) age-related hearing-loss & dementia; helps lower total cholesterol and bad LDL cholesterol. Early humans ate phytosterol-rich diets, consuming as much as 1 gram per day, but the typical modern U.S. diet is relatively low in these beneficial plant-derived compounds.
  • pine needle tea (Dr. Judy Mikovits) which contain turpenes, aromatic compounds found in plant and flower resins such as cannabis, basil, dill, rosemary, star anise and parsley. Pinene terpenes are an organic form of terpene found in pine needles such as fir, cedar or spruce; a favorite is tea from Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus) needles. Avoid Ponderosa Pine, Norfolk and Yew. Avoid brown/ dead pine needles (they contain cyanide). Drink 3--6 cups / day. pine needle tea - 18th century treatment for scurvy | HARD TIMES - recipes from times of hardship ~emmymade on YouTube.
  • pine needle essential oil and suramin
  • polyphenol supplement (found in olive leaf extract) helps many people elevate their liver's ability to manufacture a 4th enzyme that produces vitamin C (human livers don't make much of this enzyme like animals do).
  • potassium is an important mineral; you need several grams per day.
  • probiotics or fermented foods, such as sauerkraut, yogurt, kefir, and kimchi. COVID can wreak havoc on the gut microbiome.
  • quinine: cinchona tree bark
  • quercetin 95%, an important supplement to take. A plant polyphenol bioflavonoid with many benefits + can increase the half life of resveratrol. Dose: 500-1000 mg. Quercetin is an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and helps get zinc into the cells (acts as ionophore); it appears to bind to the spike protein of the coronavirus, inhibit inflammatory pathways, and block replication of infected cells. Typical intake in the U.S. is closer to 6-18 mg per day, but if you eat several servings of fruits and vegetables daily, you're likely consuming much more. Quercetin may interact with several medications, including some antibiotics and blood thinners. Doses over one gram (1000mg) may damage the kidneys. Order quercetin from Amazon.
  • red clover is a blood purifier as well as a blood-thinner. Red clover is an ingredient in several well-known herbal cancer cures like the Hoxsey formula, Jason Winter's Tea, and Essiac Tea. It also has anti-AIDs and anti-diabetes properties.
  • resveratrol 200 mg twice a day. Polygonum cuspidatum (Japanese Knotweed) is a reliable source of pure trans-resveratrol. Get 98%+ purity, as 50% purity can even cause diarrhea, because of added contaminants along with the molecule. For best absorption & availability, get micronized resveratrol. The cost can run up to $3/day. Whichever source of trans-resveratrol you take, you will increase its bioavailability by 5x if you take it with a fat source. Resveratrol (trans-3, 5, 4'-trihydroxystilbene) has been the subject of 1000s of pre-clinical and clinical research studies. It is best known for being a calorie restriction mimetic: it supports healthy aging functions, metabolism, heart health, immunity, and cognition. Resveratrol is a defense compound that plants make more of when exposed to environmental stressors. It toughens plants, making them more resistant to stress. Resveratrol in animals and humans, has supported a similar type of generalized resistance to many types of stress (i.e., adaptogen properties) when consumed in low to moderate amounts. Resveratrol is mostly derived from Fallopia japonica (Polygonum cuspidatum), commonly known as Japanese knotweed, Mexican bamboo, or, in traditional Chinese medicine as Hu Zhang. Japanese knotweed root extract is a good source of potent polyphenolic antioxidant trans-resveratrol, considered the most bioavailable form of resveratrol. Japanese knotweed or bamboo is an imposing herbaceous perennial plant of the family Polygonaceae, native to East Asia in Japan, China and Korea. It was introduced to the U.S. as an ornamental in the late 1800's. Japanese Knotwood grows best in warm weather, in moist & loose soil. It grows in dense patches to heights of 10 feet. In North America and Europe the species is prolific on sites ranging from strip mine spoil to shaded stream banks and is often classified as an invasive species: Managing Japanese Knotweed [nrcs.usda.gov]
  • saline homemade: 1 tsp salt in 1 pint purified or mineral water (do not use plain distilled water for nebulizing or i.v. -could cause physiological damage!)
  • seawater vs. microbial contamination... seawater osmosis (and electricity of waves in ocean) deactivate all germs, bacteria, microbes, viruses, fungi, and parasites; see Forbidden Health: pg 77. Basically, when preparing CDS, you can substitute up to 1/8 the amount of purified (or distilled) water, with seawater, to help restore mineral balance.
  • selenium (chelated forms recommended) take indefinitely.
    • 13Y-adult: 200mcg per day
    • children 2-12Y: 100mcg per day
    • Selenium is needed for proper function of iodine. Selenium intake was shown to reduce the risk of cancer and Alzheimer's disease in studies using selenium yeast (study was not with selenium methionine). Selenium yeast supplement dose is 100 mcg (micrograms) per day.
    • Dr Mark Sircus: iodine with adequate selenium helps the body expel mercury.
    • Get it in capsule, the liquid tastes horrible, and you needs something like 30 drops of it / 2 drops of iodine.
  • statins: natural statins may be used IF you genetically have higher bad cholesterol. Negative side effects of statin can be managed by adding Coenzyme Q10 supplement (100-200 mg/ day).
  • Stevia Rebaudiana see Forbidden Health: pg 88
  • sugar: A cornerstone of a healthy diet is limiting sugar of all kinds, ideally below 25 grams a day. ~Dr Joseph Mercola
  • sulforaphane [an Nrf2 activator]. Anti-oxidant supplements, after years of hype, have not panned out in health & longevity benefit studies, where it was found, antioxidants in fact worked against reducing oxidative stress in mammals. We must activate our body's own defenses [Nrf2 activators] against oxidants. Sulforaphane is the major nurtigenomic Nrf2 activator avail in supplemental form. The problem: sulforaphane is unstable, so we have to take precursors: glucoraphanin + myrosinase (naturally found in broccoli sprouts).
  • taurine (see Kelli Rivera's book pg 251) needed for brain & nervous system function, helps eliminate toxins, stabilizes the brain (effective in seizures).video. The amino acid taurine is found in animal foods such as seafood, grass-fed red meat, dairy products, pastured eggs, and poultry. Of the amino acids, it’s the most abundant source of sulfur, and is required for many biological processes, including the healthy function of your immune system, nervous system, metabolism, and digestion. Taurine is important for brain and heart health, muscle function, bile salt formation and antioxidant defenses. It also helps rebuild damaged collagen fibers and can help ease anxiety. According to recent research, taurine may also play an important role in longevity and healthy aging. In mice, the median lifespan increased by 10% to 12%. Life expectancy at 28 months was raised by 18% to 25%. Taurine improved strength, coordination and endurance, bone mass and bone quality, glucose homeostasis and glucose tolerance, age-related inflammation, immune function, gut health, memory, mitochondrial function and the function of all organs. Taurine, like all amino acids, must be given without food. The normal dose is between 500 and 1500 mg. For athletes, 2 g three times daily with exercise can decrease DNA damage. 0.05g before exercise is good dose to decrease muscular fatigue for strength training. Endurance training requires the higher dose levels.
  • thyroid supplement Dr. Tom Cowan.
  • turmeric (see curcumin)
  • turpentine “A Cure-All Alternative.” see Forbidden Health pg 95, see video
  • xylitol (100% sourced from USA or Canada; non-corn, or birch) remineralizes and recalcifies the bones and teeth. CAUTION: Toxic to dogs.
  • water: You should be drinking 1/2 your body weight in ounces a day.
    The Secret of Water
    The Importance of Salt & Water. Nutritionist and naturopath Barbara O'Neil gives a presentation on the importance of unrefined sea salt and water, "...a life changing video, yet it's so simple."
  • witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) is an extract from the North American shrub of the same name. Traditionally, the bark, leaves and twigs have been used to extract active plant constituents such as flavonoids, polyphenols, tannins and volatile oil. These compounds make witch hazel a potent, natural astringent that boasts anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. Read labels carefully to ensure you are purchasing a high-quality, unadulterated product. Most commercially available witch hazel brands contain isopropyl alcohol. You can easily make your own witch hazel solution at home, which can be consumed as a tea, used as an oral rinse or gargle, or combined with other ingredients to make an air freshener, facial spritz or household cleaner.
  • zapper: The Zapper (Biotrohn®) see Forbidden Health pg 108
  • zeolite (clinoptilolite) (ZC) is an excellent detoxifying, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. It is a magnetic H2O soluable mineral that detoxes GO, heavy metals, glyphosate. [R]
  • zinc (elemental zinc sulfate) “balanced” (15zn:1cu) is recommended. 30-130 mg mg daily; 50mg zinc daily to inhibit viral replication, 100mg for 1st symptoms or active illness. Degrades spike proteins & SPIONs. Zinc uptake is increased with ionophores that help carry it through cell walls, like quercetin, HCQ, IVM, etc. You HAVE to have correct ratio of copper, to properly use zinc, and Dr. Mercola recommends using as many forms of zinc as possible.


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