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Healthy shopping: Supplements for Covid vaccine injury

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Joanna Evans rounds up useful supplements and resources for those suffering from Covid vaccine side effects

If you’re suffering from lingering side effects after the Covid-19 vaccine, like those discussed in WDDTY’s special report The Covid-19 vaccine: The true fallout, there is help available.

The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), a coalition of doctors from multiple fields dedicated to helping prevent and treat Covid as well as Covid vaccine injury, has a wealth of useful, free resources on their website, covid19criticalcare.com. It includes a comprehensive protocol for recovering from vaccine damage.

It’s best to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before embarking on any form of treatment, says the FLCCC—you can find one using the FLCCC’s provider directory at covid19criticalcare.com/providers, or search for a functional medicine practitioner through the Institute for Functional Medicine (ifm.org) or the American College for Advancement in Medicine (acam.org).

Here’s a roundup of some of the key natural supplements the FLCCC recommends as part of the protocol, along with their recommended dosages and WDDTY’s suggested products.

For a detailed summary of the protocol, see WDDTY’s The Covid Report, and for the full protocol, including cautions and contraindications, see covid19criticalcare.com.

Natural supplements for post-vaccine treatment

Nattokinase. This enzyme extracted from natto, fermented soybeans, degrades the spike protein.1

Suggested dosage: 100–200 mg (2,000–4,000 FU) twice daily

Suggested products

US

Lake Avenue Nutrition Nattokinase, $7.30 (30 capsules, 100 mg / 2,000 FU per capsule)

iherb.com

UK

Good Health Naturally Nattokinase, £25.95 (90 capsules, 100 mg / 2,000 FU per capsule)

goodhealthnaturally.com

See Members’ Offers for an exclusive discount at Good Health Naturally.

Factfile: FU stands for fibrinolytic units, a measurement of the strength of an enzyme used to break down the tough protein called fibrin that provides the framework for blood clots. The body may produce excess fibrin in response to stress, infection, injury or inflammation.

Melatonin. This hormone is a powerful regulator of mitochondrial function, according to the FLCCC (mitochondria are the cells’ powerhouses).

Suggested dosage: 2–6 mg of slow-release melatonin at bedtime

Suggested products

US

Designs for Health Melatonin SRT™ (sustained-release tablet), $17.58 (60 tablets, 6 mg/tablet)

designsforhealth.com

UK

Melatonin is classed as a prescription-only medicine in the UK; see your doctor if you want to try it.

Magnesium. When choosing a supplement of this mineral, look for magnesium malate, taurate, L-threonate and glycinate, which are absorbed better than magnesium oxide and citrate.

Suggested dosage: Start with 100–200 mg daily, increasing as tolerated up to 300 mg (women) or 400 mg (men) daily

Suggested products

US

Thorne Magnesium Bisglycinate (powder formula), $48 (60 scoops, 200 mg/scoop)

thorne.com

UK

Pure Encapsulations Magnesium (glycinate), £23.99 (90 capsules, 120 mg/capsule)

purebio.co.uk

See Members’ Offers for an exclusive discount at Pure Bio.

Probiotics. Patients with vaccine damage classically have severe dysbiosis (an imbalance of bacteria in the gut) with loss of Bifidobacterium, says the FLCCC. As well as eating plenty of prebiotic and probiotic foods, the group recommends taking a probiotic supplement.

Suggested products

US

Master Supplements TruBifidoPRO®, $69.95 (40 capsules, 50 billion CFU/serving)

designedforthriving.com

UK

Microbiome Labs MegaSporeBiotic, £55.99 (60 capsules, 5 billion CFU/serving)

microbiomelabs.co.uk

Factfile: CFU stands for colony-forming units, a measurement used to estimate the number of bacterial cells in a probiotic supplement

Vitamin D. The dose should be adjusted according to your baseline vitamin D level, so get tested first. But the FLCCC recommends the following as a reasonable starting dose.

Suggested dosage: 4,000–5,000 IU/day

Suggested products

US

Thorne D-5,000, $16 (60 capsules, 5,000 IU/capsule)

thorne.com

UK

Nutri Advanced Vitamin D3 High Strength Tablets, £11.95 (60 capsules, 5,000 IU/capsule)

nutriadvanced.co.uk 

Vitamin K2. This vitamin boosts the metabolism of vitamin D.

Suggested dosage: 100 mcg/day

Suggested products

US

Now MK-7 Vitamin K-2, $31.99 (60 capsules, 100 mcg/capsule)

nowfoods.com

UK

Feel Supreme Vitamin K2/MK7, £19.95 (60 capsules, 100 mcg/capsule)

feelsupreme.co.uk

See Members’ Offers for an exclusive discount at Feel Supreme.

N-acetyl cysteine (NAC). This bioavailable form of the amino acid cysteine is a precursor to the body’s major antioxidant glutathione.

Suggested dosage: 600–1,500 mg/day

Suggested products

US

Life Extension N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine, $10.80 (60 capsules, 600 mg/capsule)

lifeextension.com

UK

Pure Encapsulations NAC, £39.99 (90 capsules, 600 mg/capsule)

planetorganic.com

L-arginine. This amino acid is vital for the production of nitric oxide, which likely improves microvascular flow and nerve repair, says the FLCCC. The group particularly recommends a US product called Cardio Miracle™, a powder formula that supplies L-arginine along with other ingredients to boost nitric oxide production.

Suggested dosage: 1.5–2 g L-arginine twice daily, or follow label instructions for Cardio Miracle

Suggested products

US

Cardio Miracle, $109.97 (60 servings)

cardiomiracle.com; international shipping available

UK

Pure Encapsulations L-Arginine, £26.39 (90 capsules, 700 mg/capsule)

purebio.co.uk

Omega-3s. These essential fatty acids are anti-inflammatory and vital for brain function.

Suggested dosage: Start with 1 g/day combined EPA and DHA, increasing up to 4 g/day

Suggested products

US

Wiley’s Finest Peak Omega-3 Liquid, $39.99 (4 oz / 125 mL, 1400 mg EPA and 900 mg DHA per teaspoon)

wileysfinest.com

UK

Bare Biology Life & Soul Pure Omega-3 Liquid, £49.95 (150 mL, 2,000 mg EPA and 1,000 mg DHA per teaspoon)

barebiology.com

Black seed oil. Derived from the Nigella sativa plant, this herbal ingredient has a wide range of healing properties. The FLCC recommends an encapsulated oil supplement.

Suggested dosage: 200–500 mg twice daily

US

Gaia Herbs Black Seed Oil, $32.49 (60 capsules, 200 mg/capsule)

gaiaherbs.com

UK

The Black Seed Oil Co. Super Strength Black Seed Oil Capsules, £43.99 (24 capsules, 500 mg/capsule)

theblackseedoil.co

Vitamin C. This vitamin is a potent antioxidant and free-radical scavenger. If possible, choose a liposomal formula for maximum absorption.

Suggested dosage: 1,000 mg two to three times a day

Suggested products

US

LivOn Labs Lypo-spheric Vitamin C, $39.95 (box of 30, 5.7 mL / 1,000 mg per packet)

livonlabs.com

UK

Altrient Liposomal Vitamin C, £49.96 (box of 30, 5.7 mL / 1,000 mg per sachet)

abundanceandhealth.co.uk

Further resources

Check out these useful resources for more information on managing Covid-vaccine side-effects.

WDDTY Talks, “Surviving a Life-Destroying Covid Jab Reaction,” wddty.com

React19, a science-based non-profit offering financial, physical, and emotional support for those suffering from long-term Covid-19 vaccine adverse events globally, react19.org

UKCVFamily, a UK-based support group for those who have experienced adverse reactions to Covid vaccines, ukcvfamily.org

 

 

 

References
  1. Molecules, 2022; 27(17): 5405
MAR24
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