A 15-year-old boy in our area has the coronavirus. He goes to a local private school. As a result, that private school has closed for a couple of weeks. For that teen to get to his school, he had to drive within a mile of my house. Because of the community we live in, it’s likely that this teenager has exposed at least a few of the kids my children hang out with. Am I concerned?
Not really. I can’t say an unqualified no, because the virus can be deadly. We know a lot of elderly and immune-compromised people in our area who we don’t want exposed. And my son has asthma. But for the most part, I’m not concerned. The reason? Like most viruses – there are readily available ways to beat the bug.
One month ago, I gave you the protocols our clinic has developed to treat any coronavirus case. At this point, there are only two cases in Atlanta (the teenager and his father). I suspect there will be many more. But we haven’t had a chance to test our protocol on the coronavirus yet.
However, I mentioned in that article that I thought intravenous vitamin C and ozone is all most cases would need to survive. Turns out I was half right. All most cases need is simply vitamin C.
This Woman Should Have Died
While we haven’t had the opportunity to treat any cases with IV vitamin C, Dr. Richard Cheng reports on YouTube that they have used IV vitamin C in China with success. In fact, he tells the story of a woman who probably should have died from coronavirus. But she’s alive because of vitamin C.
According to Dr. Cheng, this 71-year-old woman came down with the coronavirus. Her age alone made her a high risk case. But she also had type-2 diabetes and heart disease. So catching the virus was almost a death sentence for her.
As soon as she developed symptoms, she and five members of her family started taking vitamin C tablets every day. Her symptoms worsened and she went into the hospital, eventually ending up in the intensive care unit. While in ICU, her family insisted the doctor give her IV vitamin C. With considerable reluctance, he agreed.
Now remember, conventional medicine has nothing to offer a person in this condition. None of their treatments work on viruses. Even antivirals fail to treat the coronavirus. This doctor knew this and likely thought there was nothing to lose.
So the doctor gave this woman an IV of 10 grams per day. This is a fairly low dose, but it was enough to turn her case around. Within a few days she was out of ICU and scheduled for release.
What’s more, not one of the other five members of her family ever came down with the virus. This includes the three who were her caretakers and were around her all the time. As contagious as this virus is, all five should have contracted it, especially the three caretakers. But not one of them did. And all they did was take normal vitamin C tablets.
Why Does Vitamin C Work?
The reason vitamin C kills viruses so effectively is that it produces hydrogen peroxide in the body. To get a little more scientific, vitamin C kills viruses by activating something called “Fenton’s reaction.” This is a complex chemical reaction that scientists use in various applications to destroy organic compounds. Think of hydrogen peroxide’s bubble action when you pour it on a cut. With vitamin C, the Fenton's reaction creates the most reactive oxidizing agents science has ever identified. As a result, they're able to radically upregulate oxidative stress, which destroys the virus.
Because vitamin C appears to be effective against the coronavirus, its hydrogen peroxide reaction tells us another way to fight the illness. And, if you do a little leg work ahead of time, you can do this treatment at home.
Most people know about hydrogen peroxide as a topical antiseptic. Well, it works just as well inside your lungs. Obviously, drinking hydrogen peroxide doesn’t help your lungs (and I don’t recommend drinking it anyway). So how can you get the peroxide to the right place?
The answer is a nebulizer, which is a small machine that causes a solution to become tiny bubbles that look like smoke. When you inhale these tiny bubbles, the peroxide goes straight into your lungs. Your doctor can help you get one.
However, there’s one big caveat: DON’T USE OVER-THE-COUNTER PEROXIDE! You’ll need to ask your doctor to make up a solution of peroxide made out of saline and pharmaceutical grade peroxide. Just ask your doctor to use this formula: To a 100 cc bag of normal saline, add 5 cc of pharmaceutical grade 3% hydrogen peroxide. This formula will last about a year in your refrigerator. After that, it begins to turn into water. It won’t hurt you, but it won’t be effective.
To use the mixture, place 3 cc in the small reservoir of the nebulizer. Place the face mask over your face and turn on the machine. While you’re breathing in the tiny bubbles of saline and peroxide, it’s going to work to clear your sinuses, mouth, throat, and lungs of any harmful bugs that might be there. Then, as it begins to work into your tissues, it creates oxygen that helps kill any cells with active viruses in them. This prevents the cells from replicating and spreading the virus.
If you contract coronavirus and need more help, many alternative doctors use IV hydrogen peroxide, which can help in much the same way – only more concentrated. However, the nebulizer is ideal for respiratory infections like coronavirus.
The Third Treatment for Killing Viruses
Another IV your integrative physician may use is ultraviolet blood irradiation or UBI. Basically, this IV pulls a little blood out of your arm, runs it through a machine that exposes your blood to ultraviolet light. And then it returns the exposed blood to your body where it fights pathogens.
This technology was developed decades ago, but was suppressed for many years. It’s complicated technology that’s difficult to get exactly right. So some machines haven’t been as effective as others, though this is starting to change.
And we don’t know if UBI will be effective against coronavirus yet or not. But there’s ample evidence to believe it will be. So we’ve included it in our protocol.
As you may know, many medical facilities use UV light to disinfect surgical equipment. That’s because UVC light can break the molecular bonds that hold viruses and bacteria together. However, broad-spectrum UVC light can also do the same thing in human cells, leading to problems like skin cancer and cataracts. However, there’s a narrow spectrum of UVC light called far-UVC that isn’t harmful to human cells. But it can still kill viruses and bacteria. That’s because these harmful organisms are much smaller than human cells, so this narrow spectrum of light can target them, while our larger cells keep our DNA protected.
A team of researchers at the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University Irving Medical Center has found that far-UVC light can even kill MRSA bacteria without harming human cells. The researchers have gone on to test the light to see if it can kill aerosolized influenza virus released into the air. Sure enough, even low doses of far-UVC inactivated H1N1 in their study.
The researchers believe that installing far-UVC lamps in public places such as hospitals and office buildings could make a tremendous difference in public health. I also think you should have one installed on the furnace in your home, as it can greatly reduce the number of bugs in your home.
Unlike the flu vaccine, far-UVC light seems to be effective against all strains of the flu, as well as other airborne diseases, such as tuberculosis. And probably the coronavirus. Right now, far-UVC lights cost less than $1,000 per lamp, and the cost would likely decrease if they caught on. I think that’s a small price to pay for health, particularly when you factor in intangible costs like lost productivity when flu makes its way through an office. Plus, as we’ve seen this year, decreasing exposure to the flu and other viruses (like coronavirus) could actually save lives.
If you do end up getting sick, you may want to consider ultraviolet blood irradiation therapy (UBI). This is a type of oxidation therapy that doctors have used for years to cure infections without drugs. You can find a doctor who offers this therapy by visiting acam.org.
The added benefit to all three of these treatments is that they don’t just kill the coronavirus, but they fight all kinds of bacterial, viral, and fungal infections. If you decide to take vitamin C, I still prefer liposomal C, which you can buy at any pharmacy or drugstore. You can take higher doses without causing any digestive distress. For an at-home treatment, it can rival IV vitamin C’s effectiveness.
With coronavirus now a reality in our communities, it’s important you take steps today to protect you and your family. Don’t wait until you have it to start these treatments. Protect yourself today.
If you develop coronavirus, I don’t recommend you rely on just one treatment. Do everything you can to beat it quickly. The faster you destroy the virus, the less likely you are to expose others to it. Our clinic has a full protocol set up to treat it. These powerful treatments are far better than anything you’ll get from conventional medicine.