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Posted by: @rainyday

@carym23 Providers who "diagnose" our symptoms as anxiety and depression are willfully ignorant, in my opinion, and should not be practicing medicine. They know something is wrong, but they're unwilling to look further into it. It's far simpler to slap a diagnosis of "anxiety and depression" onto a patient and put the blame back on them than to put actual time and effort into figuring why their symptoms began - and how to treat them.

You take an oath when you become a medical professional to do no harm. Well, when they willfully choose not to treat a patient by falsely diagnosing them with something they know a patient doesn't have so they don't have to put any additional effort into their treatment - that's doing harm and going against everything they should stand for. Why not simply admit they don't know what's going on, but they're going to work with you until they do? 

Here is what is going on.  The decision makers are looking at the data (which may be flawed) and they are saying:

This vaccine will save 1 billion people (made up number for comparison sake) but will harm 10,000 people.

They are pulling the lever to save the billion and we are the collateral damage.

Note: Many of us would have been fine with Covid...and yes, some of us would not have been fine with Covid.

This is taught in public policy medical classes.


   
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I want to thank the person that posted about zeolite. This is helping me with my dizziness, imbalance and tinnitus

It was me that posted it. I believe Zeolite Clinoptilolite may be a very very important finding here to kickstart the recovery from this.

I now have reports from several vaccine injured folks of having some very nice improvements when taking this.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07X453D3J/

Considering how utterly harmless it is, but with profound clinical and field study results, and some remarkable (and mild) detoxification effects...  

 

Hi everyone!

I would like to add a small detail about zeolite or other products known to bind toxins, such as clay for oral use or medicinal charcoal: these must be taken a few hours away from other drugs, because their absorption may decrease, and therefore the effect expected from them.


   
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Posted by: @shinexmonic

Hello there, I did video telling my history, if someone talk spanish, please watch it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R54jtvAxdnU  

Hi Moni.

I'm so sorry for such young people who are now experiencing severe side effects. When a person is young, it is only natural to enjoy life. It is much harder, emotional, to live such a bad experience, for someone so young, as, by the way, you tell.

I was very impressed with the talent of the naturopath, who made the diagnosis through kinesiology and which has been helpful in making you feel better, of course he has a gift for using this method successfully.

Your case is special because you experienced dizziness before injections, when thyroid disease started. At that time, the dizziness passed, taking the thyroid treatment, you said.

I may ask, the diagnosis was then Hashimoto?, because in this case dizziness is sometimes associated with the onset of hypothyroidism. Were thyroid-specific antibodies then investigated?

This makes sense because you said that after the first injection, your TSH was found to be high, even though you were taking L-Thyroxin correctly.

The new dizziness is similar to that of the onset of hypothyroidism? Maybe just more intense?

Was the dose of L-Thyroxin then increased?


   
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@dianesingh a few days after the second B12 shot. 


   
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@sunrise Hola, en mi caso no fue asi, he leido que muchas veces esto sucede por el transtorno del sistema inmune que comentas, pero mi medico no me dio un dictamen exacto, simplemente me dijo tomate estas pastas y ya


   
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Hi all,

For those dealing with tinnitus, here is a report of treatments.

https://www.tinnitustreatmentreport.com&source=gmail&ust=1643472492075000&usg=AOvVaw0Am-hyBV3nrbueuuGDK3w u"> https://www.tinnitustreatmentreport.com

Wishing you all well.  Please don't forget how deep breathing can help the body too.


   
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Hi, I got my bloods done and my sugar level has risen to 7.8 (7.7 is normal). My cholesterol has also increased to 5.6 which is border line. I had my bloods done exactly a year ago and everything was normal then pre vax. My sugar used to be 5.0 something. I have to have a repeat in a couple of weeks. I believe the vax has done this, I don't drink, smoke, eat sugary foods, drink sugary drinks and I eat lots of veg, hardly any meat. If over the past year my sugar levels were even higher, is it possible my symptoms have been similar to diabetes? My husband is a diabetic and I used to check my sugar levels with his sugar level testing strips and they have always been low. I just hope my next test is normal, I don't want to be labelled as a diabetic if this is a temporary thing caused by the vax.

I had a repeat blood sugar test done this morning but I already know the results because since the above blood tests were done I've been checking my blood sugar levels with my husbands diabetic kit and it hasn't been above 5.5. This morning it was 5.1. After my husband who is diabetic had his jabs, his sugar levels doubled and he had to adjust his meds. So could it be the jabs are having an effect on sugar levels for some of us who are not diabetics and causing spiking from time to time? 


   
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Hi, I got my bloods done and my sugar level has risen to 7.8 (7.7 is normal). My cholesterol has also increased to 5.6 which is border line. I had my bloods done exactly a year ago and everything was normal then pre vax. My sugar used to be 5.0 something. I have to have a repeat in a couple of weeks. I believe the vax has done this, I don't drink, smoke, eat sugary foods, drink sugary drinks and I eat lots of veg, hardly any meat. If over the past year my sugar levels were even higher, is it possible my symptoms have been similar to diabetes? My husband is a diabetic and I used to check my sugar levels with his sugar level testing strips and they have always been low. I just hope my next test is normal, I don't want to be labelled as a diabetic if this is a temporary thing caused by the vax.

I had a repeat blood sugar test done this morning but I already know the results because since the above blood tests were done I've been checking my blood sugar levels with my husbands diabetic kit and it hasn't been above 5.5. This morning it was 5.1. After my husband who is diabetic had his jabs, his sugar levels doubled and he had to adjust his meds. So could it be the jabs are having an effect on sugar levels for some of us who are not diabetics and causing spiking from time to time? 

Hi, Tabby,
It seems that some people have had such complications, unfortunately:

https://academic.oup.com/jes/article/5/11/bvab141/6375389


   
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Posted by: @rainyday

@carym23 Providers who "diagnose" our symptoms as anxiety and depression are willfully ignorant, in my opinion, and should not be practicing medicine. They know something is wrong, but they're unwilling to look further into it. It's far simpler to slap a diagnosis of "anxiety and depression" onto a patient and put the blame back on them than to put actual time and effort into figuring why their symptoms began - and how to treat them.

You take an oath when you become a medical professional to do no harm. Well, when they willfully choose not to treat a patient by falsely diagnosing them with something they know a patient doesn't have so they don't have to put any additional effort into their treatment - that's doing harm and going against everything they should stand for. Why not simply admit they don't know what's going on, but they're going to work with you until they do? 

Here is what is going on.  The decision makers are looking at the data (which may be flawed) and they are saying:

This vaccine will save 1 billion people (made up number for comparison sake) but will harm 10,000 people.

They are pulling the lever to save the billion and we are the collateral damage.

Note: Many of us would have been fine with Covid...and yes, some of us would not have been fine with Covid.

This is taught in public policy medical classes.

The number of people impacted negatively by the vaccine is grossly understated. Datamining of the VAERS shows that some batches have much higher reporting of side effects, however VAERS data is widely regarded as having dramatic under reporting so those numbers need to be extrapolated out by perhaps hundreds of thousands. For example if X batch has 2,000 people reporting side effects, given that batch may have had 1,000,000 recipients of it, we could extrapolate out the number of people having issues in the tens of thousands - but never reported.

DMED is a much better database for tracking (DoD), and the preliminary whistleblower results of those show a fairly shocking number of reported vaccine injury cases in the military.

https://d1softballnews.com/the-us-military-is-getting-sick-from-covid-vaccines-never-so-many-adverse-events/

I suspect the numbers of vaccine injured is very very understated based on anecdotal data from my home/work/family. I now know of a half dozen people in my circle that are reporting vaccine injury to me - often unwillingly admitting to it - and feel that the number of people unwilling to accept it as the root cause of their issue is substantially higher. I know of three people in my family/friend circle who have had sudden cardiac arrest or strokes - and all three were considered healthy prior to this. A co-workers friend just died of sudden cardiac arrest at 40 years old with no underlying health conditions.

Another aspect that needs to be studied is there is emerging evidence for Biological Age Acceleration and Telomere Shortening in both Long COVID and Post-Vaccinated. This could have rather 'profound' consequences over the long term.

What baffles me is something very simple - how are the masses not seeing the abnormality with all of this? How are they accepting this as normal? Before the vaccines I was only aware of one person in my family/friend circle to ever have a heart attack or stroke in decades! Now suddenly 3 have had one in a span of 6 months? In a given year we'd hear about only a single athlete or less worldwide having sudden cardiac arrest, and now I hear of them almost daily.

In close - I think the numbers of impacted people may be grossly understated or even widely suppressed with an intimidation campaign. If people are getting shadow banned on social media for even mentioning things like this, then the avenues of voicing concerns/issues becomes very limited, and in fact - people become silenced.

Indeed! I think its under reported because people don't know where to go to report it, healthcare staff are overwhelmed and its a time consuming process, professional and social intimidation and because symptoms show up days to weeks after the shot is received many don't associate their symptom(s) with the vax.  Taking all this into consideration, as well as MD ignorance and/or unwillingness to stir the pot, I would agree completely that the real numbers are exponentially higher. 

I have heard Dr. Malone state that the difficulty they had with the mRNA technology in animals was that they couldn't control the high levels of inflammation. We also know that COVID infection (probably the spike protein) causes a hyperinflammatory state in many people. Therefore, it's pretty clear that is what's  going on but why does it last so long? What triggers the relapses? 

I am also wondering if the prolonged, recurrent high inflammatory state is exacerbating previous conditions.  I hear of people struggling with pain in joints that were injured years ago, simple reflux and gastritis issues turn into severe burning pain and discomfort along the entire GI tract leading to hospitalization, and a return of other conditions that were well controlled. 

The fact that they know something wrong is seriously going on and they push ahead with mandates is unforgivable. 


   
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Zeolite. For those of you that asked me about zeolite I bought it on Amazon by suspended solutions. 90 capsules. I take 3 a day.


   
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@shinexmonic check pag 216 I put it there for everyone

 


   
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sorry pg 916


   
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Has anyone tried Eastern White Pine Needle Tea?  I am told the shikimic acid can help.

Hi, didn't you post a while back that your symptoms were residing due to you catching covid?  If so, do you have anymore updates to share? 

Everything came back.

Oh dear...I am so sorry to hear that!!


   
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@glenb Hi Glen,

 

glad to hear you are doing well.

 

I tried searching your posts for a symptoms list. I know you would have had plenty! Is there any chance you could write a list of what you experienced? For eg. chest pain, palpitations ect?

 

cheers! 

Tingling, crawling feeling, numbness, hand tremors, pins/needles, burning sensations, buzzing in right thigh, eye pain, tinnitus and some digestive issues .I had to look at my list, the only thing I had with palpitations is sometimes it felt like my heart was pounding throughout my body.

@glenb hey there. How are you doing? Is everything still gone? Did your hand tremors ever resolve?


   
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Hi, I got my bloods done and my sugar level has risen to 7.8 (7.7 is normal). My cholesterol has also increased to 5.6 which is border line. I had my bloods done exactly a year ago and everything was normal then pre vax. My sugar used to be 5.0 something. I have to have a repeat in a couple of weeks. I believe the vax has done this, I don't drink, smoke, eat sugary foods, drink sugary drinks and I eat lots of veg, hardly any meat. If over the past year my sugar levels were even higher, is it possible my symptoms have been similar to diabetes? My husband is a diabetic and I used to check my sugar levels with his sugar level testing strips and they have always been low. I just hope my next test is normal, I don't want to be labelled as a diabetic if this is a temporary thing caused by the vax.

I had a repeat blood sugar test done this morning but I already know the results because since the above blood tests were done I've been checking my blood sugar levels with my husbands diabetic kit and it hasn't been above 5.5. This morning it was 5.1. After my husband who is diabetic had his jabs, his sugar levels doubled and he had to adjust his meds. So could it be the jabs are having an effect on sugar levels for some of us who are not diabetics and causing spiking from time to time? 

Hi, Tabby,
It seems that some people have had such complications, unfortunately:

https://academic.oup.com/jes/article/5/11/bvab141/6375389

Thank you for this link showing three case studies identifying the link between acute onset of hyperglycemia and the covid-19 vaccine. I have since found another site by timesofindia.indiatimes.com entitled Needle of Suspicion - Covid-19 Vaccine could lead to surge in blood sugar levels. It makes me wonder whether my symptoms of headaches, dizziness, fatigue, blurry vision, weight loss and sometimes rapid heart rate have been symptoms of acute onset hyperglycemia since the vax and because I have been careful with my diet and drinking more water, my sugar levels are slowly returning to normal. 🤔


   
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