Compendium of Promising Covid-19 Treatments



SITUATION REPORT

Documentation of genetically engineered bioweapon called Sars-Covid-2 (2021 Springer Biomedical Publishing).


Official acknowledgement of the Wuhan Lab Leak from the World Health Organization's Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.


Western governments funded gain-of-function research, developed bat corona viruses that could infect humans for "research purposes". (New York Post, ABC News, Vanity Fair, Yahoo News, Science, AAAS, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times, NIH)


African Americans and Latinos are 3.5x more likely to die from Covid-19. (Yale)


Lockdowns: a contrived wealth transfer. (CNN, Institute For Policy Studies, The Guardian, Washington Post, Justice Department, British Medical Journal, PBS)





Note from the author: For reporting and documenting purposes only. Information listed below not intended as medical advice.




Nutrients (National Library of Medicine)


Oysters (Flinders University, Australia)


Turmeric (National Library of Medicine)


Oregano (MICROBIOTEST Laboratory)


Dandelion (COVID-19 SARS-CoV-2 preprints from medRxiv and bioRxiv)


Cannabis (National Library of Medicine)


Hemp (National Library of Medicine)


Frankincense (National Library of Medicine)


Colloidal silver (National Library of Medicine)


Breast milk (University of Merced, California)


Fasting (NATURE Magazine)


Specially tuned electric fields (NATURE Magazine)


Specially tuned magnetic fields (Taylor & Francis Biomedical Publishing)


Sunlight (National Library of Medicine)


Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (National Library of Medicine)


Ozone therapy (Journal of International Immunopharmacology)


Hydrogen peroxide (National Library of Medicine)


Salt (Edinburgh Medical School)


Gold (Gavin Publishers)


Gold (2) (FDA at the National Library of Medicine)


Cherries (University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad - Decan Herald)


Elderberry (National Library of Medicine)


Sumac (Department of Cardiology, Fırat University Medicine Faculty, Elazıg, Turkey)


Eucalyptus (National Library of Medicine)


Orange Peel and Peppermint Extract (Iranian Registry of Clinical Trials)


Pine bark (International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents)


Bee pollen (National Library of Medicine)


Rose extract (Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences - Cardiology)


Clove (National Library of Medicine)


Nutmeg (Earth and Environmental Science, Volume 914)


Cumin (National Library of Medicine)


Bee stings (Infectious Diseases – Surveillance, Prevention and Treatment

https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2020.594458)


Bitter almonds (BioData Mining volume 13, Article number: 19)


Pomegranate (National Library of Medicine)


Chamomile (International Journal of Phytomedicine and Phytotherapy)


Copper (Pharmaceutical Services, Ministry of Health of the Republic of Cyprus)


Baking soda (Clinical Trials from the National Library of Medicine)


Moringa (National Library of Medicine)


Cayenne pepper (UC San Diego, California)


Thyme (National Library of Medicine)


Charcoal (Marshall University, West Virginia)


Sound/vibration (New India Express)


Ultrasound (MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology)


Menstrual blood (Clinical trials at the National Library of Medicine)


Milk (University of Michigan)


Light (National Library of Medicine)


Infrared light (Taylor & Francis Biomedical Publishing)




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