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I didn’t start to feel better or notice any improvements for about four or five weeks after I started the protocol. This is normal.
Also, once I started Stage 2, I actually felt a little worse before I felt better. This was probably caused by two factors:
By the end of week six, I slowly started to feel more energy and my symptoms started to decrease. After that, I was starting to feel progressively better each of the following weeks, until I fully recovered.
It took about six more months for some of my Covid-related injuries to heal after my active Long Covid symptoms were gone.
My hypothesis is that Long Covid is an active autoimmune-like reaction primarily due to the Covid S1 (spike) and N (Nucleocapsid) protein virus remnants still remaining in the body post infection. These virus protein remnants persist in the body due to a malfunctioning immune system caused by the Covid infection as well as a damaged gut microbiome and chronic stress.
While Long Covid is active, the body is dealing with major inflammation and other issues due to being bombarded with mast cells like histamines and cytokines, as well as autoantibodies that may be responsible for fibrin amyloid microclots that can further damage your brain, heart, and other organs, and can also clog up your blood vessels.
This over-reactive immune response is likely responsible for several of the Long Covid symptoms.
It is extremely urgent to stop this over-reactive immune response by addressing the root causes of Long Covid, especially the elimination of the Covid virus protein remnants and repairing the immune system.
All in all, I posit that there are eight main factors of Long Covid:
Some people also ask if there is a difference between an active Covid infection, and Long Covid? There's a huge difference.
Active Covid infection:
I can report what the protocol did for me.
What it did do:
What it did not do:
The protocol can help eliminate the virus protein remnants and overreactive immune response, replenish depleted nutrients and NAD+ levels, and lower your body’s inflammation, which all contribute to faster healing.
But some bodily injuries may be permanent or take time and therapies beyond the scope of this protocol to heal.
There is currently no way to measure this. I am unaware of any available commercial test that can identify whether you have the S1 or N protein remnants still in your body or not.
The evidence I want to see is a blood test that shows positive for the presence of the spike protein with Long Covid patients, and negative after they’ve truly eliminated it. But no test like that exists yet for public commercial use i.e., Quest Diagnostics, that I’m aware of.
I had to determine whether or not the protocol successfully eliminated the spike protein by monitoring my level of exertion and whether that impacted my symptoms or caused a relapse.
My experience is that once I finished the twelve-week protocol, I no longer had any relapses or any autoimmune-like symptoms at all, and no amount of exertion or stress was triggering one anymore.
It felt like the bulk of the virus protein traces were removed from my body about 2 weeks after starting the “Eradicate Virus Remnants” part of the protocol. I felt even better after I stayed on it for the remaining 4 weeks. But I believe the duration of the “Eradicate Virus Remnants” regimen depends on the “viral load” or quantity of virus remnants remaining in your body after the initial Covid infection.
Six months after completing the protocol, I’m 100% back to normal, working full-time, playing in several music bands, hiking, etc.
Research is showing that Long Covid is a very complex disease that affects multiple body systems, organs, pathways, and processes.
And the suspected root cause of Long Covid which is the reservoir of virus remnants (predominantly the RNA S1 (spike) and N (nucleocapsid) proteins) that remain in the body for weeks, months or years after the initial Covid infection... are extremely difficult to completely and thoroughly eliminate.
And these virus remnants appear to attack the body, attach themselves, and even replicate using different biological mechanisms depending on the area and process in the body, and your underlying health conditions.
To successfully overcome all these obstacles, the protocol requires a synergistic teamwork of broad-spectrum medicines to cover and address all these different biological mechanisms.
The complexity of the protocol enables it to fully deactivate the autoimmune-like symptoms and virus activity and eliminate the remaining virus traces from all the places they tend to “hide” in the body.
The complexity of the protocol is also why it can eliminate Long Covid in usually just 6 weeks, rather than several months.
Through ten months of trial and error and researching the biological effects of many dozens of supplements, I finally discovered this combination that fully eliminated my Long Covid.
I envision a day when recovering from Long Covid could be managed with a simple course of a few compressed tablets.
But in the meantime, this is what worked for me. I know that it is very complex. However, if following it helps heal your Long Covid, I am sure the hassle of mixing and measuring everything will have been worth it. It was for me.
Answer: Ultimately the answer is “yes,” but many of the other factors must also be addressed in order to accomplish that successfully.
I don't really know. But if you had some of the same symptoms I had, there's a good chance it might help you too.
Your brain and neurological issues may never heal properly. Psilocybin is the only known substance so far that has shown effective neurogenesis and neuroplasticity capabilities in healing brain damage, depression, anxiety, neuropathy, and other neurological issues.
There’s probably no way to guarantee that from happening. But here are my recommendations:
If you get reinfected with Covid, I highly recommend that you take the following immediately based on the latest science:
Also, if you get reinfected, I recommend doing the protocol again for at least six weeks after you recover to immediately eliminate any potential remaining virus traces and ensure Long Covid doesn't come back again.
Otherwise, I maintain my health as follows:
All of the above seems to be working effectively. When I became infected with Omicron in June 2022, I recovered immediately in about three days and have had zero lingering effects.