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How long till they ban Nattokinase?

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Learn to grow and ferment your own soybeans?

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Thanks for that doc. I'm really trying to spread this to those who don't close their ears.

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After reading one of these threads, I’m now taking natto, curcumin and Bromelaine. I don’t suffer from long Covid as I don’t think I’ve had it (to my knowledge). I have however, had three poison jabs, hence me taking the supplements. How long do I need to keep taking these for? Last jab was 14 months ago. I have no other health issues that I am aware of.

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Is the risk manageable for a person that is taking blood thinners? How is it manageable?

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Dr. McCullough, Thank you for information on clinical rationale for the Covid protocol.

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I remember reading in the 1980’s about fish oil and reduction of heart disease, but the catch was an increase in hemorrhagic strokes. Is this not still true? And wouldn’t other blood thinning agents such as Nattokinase also increase this risk?

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PubMed says this: Fish oil supplements reduced platelet aggregation in healthy subjects. This biochemical effect was not reflected in increased bleeding risk during or after surgery evaluated in randomised controlled trials.

That doesn’t explain everything but injury, like surgery, is a good test of excess bleeding.

What if fish oil is combined with aspirin & Natokinase?

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Actually, that does ring a bell about fish oil contributing to bleeding. I don’t remember how it does it. Maybe I should look it up.

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I think fish oil only effects LDL cholesterol. Plaques are caused by LDL cholesterol that builds up on vessel walls causing blockage.

Vessel walls can also be blocked by over coagulated blood. That’s where aspirin & Natokinase come in.

More questions for Dr McCullough

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Suggest you read The Clot Thickens for an alternative explanation of plaque formation. Not caused by cholesterol "building up". Caused by inflammation that damages the lining of the arteries. You have to treat the root cause of the inflammation. The cholesterol level is incidental. Of course main stream medicine focuses on cholesterol because they have a drug for that. Anyway, lots of info in the book, very well researched IMHO.

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Thanks Peter. Is the bleeding a concern? Do we reduce the dosage if this occurs?

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I take 8000 fu daily quit Eliquis and statins and don`t bleed. You can bleed out on eliquis. Cardiologist is pissed off even though my blood work is perfect. Ass hole

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So John do you mean nattokinase has replaced the need for statins etc? Have I understood you corectly?

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Good One!

I fired my cardiologist years ago because she got upset when I didn't start on statins.

Instead, I changed my diet and started exercising, and on my next visit my numbers were under the threshold. She acknowledged that the numbers had improved, but was still PO'd that I hadn't followed her prescription.

Save yourself from your doctor!

Natto Rocks!

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So glad you quit statins 😊

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And would we stop taking our daily dose of aspirin?

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I know that aspirin can halt the damaging effects of clots during a stroke. If taken early it can stop the clotting process and prevent a stroke.

The blood clotting mechanism is complex. Aspirin acts on platelet aggregation which prevents excess clotting.

Unless the combo of aspirin & Natokinase causes excess bleeding I’d continue to take it. Dr McCullough is the one to answer since very few docs know how Natokinase effects the clotting mechanism. Let’s continue to ask him.

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How can I get help for my friend?

I have a friend, a recently retired bible college professor, who has had two heart attacks since receiving the first of 7 shots. I've been putting this information in front of him for some time, and he finally understands the danger. What I can't get him to do is adopt the Spike Protocol. I gave him a bottle of Nattokinase 2,000 FU, and suggested that he discuss it with his doctor, as I knew he was on blood thinners. Of course, the doctor said NO to the Nattokinase, as he is on Plavix.

I've tried to persuade him to find a doctor who would work Nattokinase into his treatment regimen, but I realize that is unlikely to happen.

What more can I do?

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I'm sure he's scared. The only thing to do is a telemed with Dr. McCullough himself - our physicians are "captured" and afraid of anything else but what they are told. The ignorance is pretty astounding - unless he can find one who is onboard which I think is almost impossible best to spend the money and have dr. mc Cullough help.

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In my opinion, you've done all you can. You "led the horse to water," so to speak, but you can't make him drink. And ... SEVEN shots? Your friend is, sadly, a true believer. Kudos to you for your concern and attempts to inform and help him.

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Appreciate this info Dr McCullough. Question regarding Toxic Remdesivir. My Brother age 60 was hospitalized 1-2 years ago for covid, and was administered the toxic Remdesivir without his knowledge of the dangers. He is fine, but is there something he should do to detoxify from this Remdesivir? I understand now that Remdesivir destroys the Kidneys.

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In case Dr. McCullough does not have a chance to reply, Dr. Pierre Kory is treating patients via telehealth for COVID-19 shot injuries and long COVID. He may be able to answer your question.

drpierrekory.com

Also there's a wealth of various COVID-19 information on the FLCCC website.

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Good idea

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According to "Medical News Today" (I have no idea of the validity of this source), the half-life of remdesivir "... is about 60 minutes. However, the nucleoside triphosphate that Veklury (remdesivir) is metabolized into has a half-life of about 27 hours": https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/veklury#for-professionals.

I'm thinking if your brother has had routine bloodwork since being given the stuff and it's all within range (or his kidney markers, at least, are in range), he escaped the damage the drug can do. But ... I'm not a doctor.

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Interesting about total cholesterol.

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Thank you. I will read it.

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Statans also contribute to diabetes!

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I wish you would speak to concerns of hormone changes with natto...especially in young men. Perhaps short term use is not a problem.

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I tried taking the Spike Detox Formula with Super Bromelain and Nano Curcumin. I developed a rash like reaction on the tops of my feet and in between my fingers. Itching and blister-like sores that would break open and bleed from my scratching them. I have hemosiderin, so I suppose one of the ingredients exacerbated the condition. I stopped taking the supplements and the problem cleared up.

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😣🙏

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Yes and no meat no flour no dairy. Fish OK lots of vegs. See Plant Paradox by Dr. Gundry

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