By Paul Stramer
It combines oxygen supplementation to ease the stress on the lungs and allow them to heal slowly. That is one of the keys to why this works. The formulas they are using slow the immune reaction enough to prevent a cytokine storm in the lungs and upper respiratory system while allowing time for our bodies to slowly build antibodies for whatever is causing the problems. Antioxidants are the long term solution, as the paper we published last week from Spartacus describes. Slow steady progress is what we want.
Right now, with supplementation supplied by the concentrators, at a fairly low setting, I have no trouble keeping my Oxygen levels above 90. I can even get off the supplementation supply for long enough to take a shower now. If I deep breath while I am doing that in about a half hour my levels will start to fall below 90. Everyone knows that oxygen is the most important, and levels in the blood should remain above 90 at all times. In any case we are both making progress every day, with my wife Gladys better than myself. She can stay above 90 now without the supplementation of O2 if she doesn't get too carried away with the work of the household. Neither one of us are doing much right now. That, in my opinion is a direct result of the help we are getting. She used the nebulizer for about a week and is off that now too. Not me, not yet. It feels like I have no energy or stamina if I over extend for a half hour or more, and I start breathing harder and the bottom falls out without the supplementation, so I am now challenging my breathing by doing that every day a couple of times.
For those who may want to use this or are interested in knowing exactly what they are helping us do here you go.
What we are getting is Aviptdil in the nebulizer. It's a Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide and some other stuff. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aviptadil
We break that capsule open and mix the powder with a liquid and use that mix 3 times a day at 3 ml each time in the nebulizer. After the morning and evening treatments it's followed in a half hour by another liquid at 3 ml called Budesonide
Budesonide (BUD), sold under the brand name Pulmicort among others, is a medication of the corticosteroid type. It is available as an inhaler, nebulization solution, pill, nasal spray, and rectal forms. The inhaled form is used in the long-term management of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The nasal spray is used for allergic rhinitis and nasal polyps. The pills in a delayed release form and rectal forms may be used for inflammatory bowel disease including Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, and microscopic colitis. Budesonide was approved in April 2021 by the UK's NHS to treat COVID-19 on a case-by-case basis.
Then we are using 7000 IU of D3, 1 1000 mg aspirin, 1 zink, one 1000 mg vitamin C, one Dexamethazone at 6 Mg, and I have been on a batch of the antibiotic called Doxycycline Mono at 100 mg capsule for 10 days twice per day.
What this did for me was help the oxygen level in the blood right away and settle the process in the lungs of gaining back function without much radical congestion, or loss of ability to use the oxygen. IT WORKS and these people on this outreach team have kept many people out the hospital entirely and given them time to heal.
I do have a bit of pneumonia in the lungs but that is what the antibiotic is fixing. It's coming along nicely and slowly my ability to keep good oxygen levels with supplemental O2 is gaining.
This is the first time since 1996 that I have used any kind of antibiotic so I think that is one reason it's working well.
It might take a few weeks but I am really happy with the process and the progress we are making now. We don't eat any junk food, and we do other nutrients to boost immune function, but right now I don't want my immune function to run away in my lungs. Slow steady progress coupled with a daily challenge to my lung function is working and I expect a full recovery within a month or two. We shall see what the Holy Will of God is in the matter.
Thanks for your concern and good help.
The key to this is Antioxidants.
At this point I am hoping to get off the Oxygen by December, but we shall see.
In any case I am using a stationary oxygen concentrator (borrowed) but without a little Oxygen supplementation my levels drop off into the 80s, so we are faced with buying some equipment for the home and a portable.
I have them covered on a card for about $3800.00 and are waiting for the equipment. I got a ride to the clinic Friday and they checked my levels and wrote a prescription for the machines. Let me tell you that it's a fight to buy one. They knit pick everything about it. You can imagine the pressure these medical companies are under right now from government to stop the people that are really helping others and keeping them out of the hospital.
If you would like to help us pay for these machines just look on the right for the PayPal button and put medical devices in the note when you donate. If we get done and don't use them we might pass them around locally with the outreach team for those who can't buy or rent one. They are in short supply. I would never give up ownership but would loan out the machine for a while when people need this protocol.
Thanks for your help and prayers on this. We just really want you all to be blessed because of your care and charity.