September 20, 2023
Tens of thousands of Danes have suffered long-term consequences from the Covid-19 disease and just as many have suffered serious late consequences after the Covid-19 vaccinations.
During the past two years, the Vitality Council has received many requests to put together a concise and easy-to-understand program for the treatment of the above-mentioned late sequelae, which have affected a large number of Danes who have not been able to get help in the public health system.
This newsletter is an update of these combined with the international experiences that has gradually been gathered.
There is much evidence that the consequences after Covid-19 disease (long covid) and after mRNA vaccination follow roughly the same pattern, and they can both be described as a “spike protein disease”.
Since the authorities have neglected and directly opposed the prevention and early treatment of covid-19, it is naturally something that the Vitality Council takes up.
As the authorities and media also downplay the amount and seriousness of side effects from the mRNA vaccines, the Vitality Council must make up for this letdown.
The spike protein is the part of the covid-19 virus that wreaks havoc in the body and causes the disease symptoms. Since the vaccines are a gene therapy that causes our cells to produce precisely this spike protein, it is obvious to treat long-Covid in the same way as the vaccine side effects.
Read much more about this in the newsletter from 4/7-22, where the biochemical backgrounds are also reviewed.
The highly esteemed cardiologist Peter McCullough gave a speech on 13/9-23 in the European Parliament (1), where he warned that 4% of the European population was in constant danger of dying due to the mRNA vaccines, and that the vaccines have been to blame in lots and lots of cardiac arrest in younger, healthy people.
He also said that removing the spike protein is problematic because the vaccine has coded the cells to continue producing it.
However, the protein is more sensitive when circulating in the blood than when it has entered a cell. And that is why research has been conducted in the USA into treatment with direct ultraviolet irradiation of the blood, which has succeeded in reducing the amount of virus and the important marker “D-dimer”, which is a risk marker for blood clots.
In almost all vaccinated people, an increased D-dimer is seen compared to non-vaccinated people.
Many are ill long after the vaccination. A disease which could actually be called “Long-vax”. But often explained away as “Long-Covid”, – even if you have not been ill from covid.
In order not to drown in an argument about whether it is covid or the vaccine that is more harmful, I would prefer to call both “Spike protein disease”, since it is the spike protein that is the culprit, whether you are have been infected with it, or you have produced it yourself after vaccination.
But what can you do once you have been vaccinated and have “spike protein disease”?
In the past year, hundreds of doctors have collaborated internationally with their clinical results, and there is gradually agreement on some basic principles very well described in an easy-to-read overview article (in Danish) from the World Council for Health (2), and in our own Orthomolecular News service there are several good articles on the subject (3).
Here are the main points in the treatment of Spike protein disease:
Anti-inflammatory diet with plenty of vegetables and fruit, healthy fats (butter, olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil), healthy proteins (eggs, light meat, shellfish and fish) without ready-made processed food, alcohol, sugar, sweets, chips, etc.
There are a number of excellent articles on the web and, for nerds, a large number of scientific articles (4).
Ivermectin is a prescription drug primarily intended for scabies and parasites, but has also potent antiviral properties. It prevents the spike protein from binding to the ACE2 receptor in the cell membrane.
Preferably taken at 0.3 mg/kg daily for 1-2 months. Has been known for decades and has a very high level of safety. Do not take together with Quercetin, as they counteract each other. Ivermectin is unfortunately very expensive in Denmark.
Hydroxychloroquine is a drug to prevent malaria, but has also been shown to be able to block the spike protein’s binding to the ACE2 receptor. Often dosed 200 mg 2 x daily for a week and then 200 mg daily for 3 weeks. An old, well-known and cheap medicine with high safety, which in Denmark is available on prescription.
Nattokinase is a fibrinolytic enzyme derived from the microorganism Bacillus natto and found in fermented soybeans in natto, a traditional Japanese dish.
Available as a dietary supplement and has fibrinolytic properties (prevents blood clots). The dose is typically 100 mg daily.
Quercetin is a bioflavonoid from fruit and vegetables with powerful antioxidant properties, just as it also blocks the binding of the spike protein. In addition, it facilitates the uptake of zinc into the cells, whereby enzymes for virus replication are inhibited.
Quercetin and Ivermectin compete for the same receptors, which is why simultaneous treatment with these two will weaken the effect. Quercetin is often taken at 100 mg daily.
Vitamin C is strongly antiviral and an antioxidant, is tolerated in very large doses and can be given both intravenously and in tablet form. Depending on the condition, it can be taken as powder, tablets, liposomal or intravenously at a doctor.
If you take it yourself, you start with 2-3 grams twice a day, and if there is a need, you slowly increase the dose by a few grams a day until the stool starts to become loose. Then you cannot achieve a better effect that way.
If it is a serious condition where larger doses are necessary, then it must be given intravenously.
EPA/DHA are potent anti-inflammatory fatty acids and are usually taken as fish oil capsules.
There are also algae-based products that are excellent. Take 2 grams morning and evening – typically corresponding to 4 capsules.
The other recommendations should basically be taken as follows:
Vitamin D3 80 µg (3200 IU) daily is immune stimulating and dampens a possible cytokine storm.
Zinc 50 mg daily inhibits virus replication.
Magnesium 300-500 mg daily (depending on whether it is Mg-citrate or Mg-carbonate) may possibly taken as oil. Necessary for the effect of vitamin D.
Vitamin K2 100 µg daily is, among other things, anti-inflammatory.
Selenium 200 µg daily is antiviral and antioxidative. Selenium yeast is absorbed best.
NADH + Niacin for cellular energy
Coenzyme Q10—for cellular energy
N-acetylcysteine 600 mg daily. Is an antioxidant.
Melatonin 3 mg before bed is anti-inflammatory and an antioxidant.
Perhaps low dose Hydrocortisone 5 mg daily to reduce the inflammation.
Perhaps LDN (low-dose Naltrexone) 4.5 mg daily, which is believed to be immune stimulating.
In severe cases, treatment must be done by a doctor, and here there can be a good effect of Intravenous vitamin C and Hyperbaric oxygen treatment.
The list is long, and it is not intended that you should take everything mentioned. But it is a good starting point for the doctors and others who are at a loss when faced with a person with spike protein disease long after vaccination.
And if you still have doubts about whether you should take a new mRNA vaccine, listen again to Dr. McCullough’s speech in the European Parliament! (1)
Take care of yourself and others.
Claus Hancke MD
Specialist in general medicine