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Long Haul CVD: Mast Cell Activation Disorders

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Whether you are experiencing symptoms of long haul Covid, or you get sick when you are around someone that has had the shot from shedding this article can give you some needed info.

Both long-haul C-v-d and spike-shedder sensitivity are mast cell activation disorders, and there’s a direct tie-in to glyphosate (Roundup) poisoning. Glyphosate disrupts sulfur metabolism, and sulfur is necessary for cell wall integrity (including mast cells). If you can’t metabolize sulfur, mast cell degranulation (releasing its contents) is too easily triggered. For glyphosate poisoning, Stephanie Seneff recommends getting on a glycine-substitution protocol (as well as eating organic and washing produce in hypochlorous acid). For sulfur metabolism, you need molybdenum and B6. And more generally for mast cell activation disorders, you need magnesium, zinc, vit. C, luteolin or quercetin, fisetin, nigella sativa, curcumin, and ginger.

“[I]t is highly plausible that red blood cells use their eNOS to produce sulfate, which can then be combined with cholesterol to form cholesterol sulfate, known to be present in large amounts in RBC plasma membranes, where it has a stabilizing effect. A significant adverse effect of glyphosate is its hypothesized disruption of sulfate synthesis by eNOS in the endothelium. This effect contributes to the inflammation already present due to the escape of pathogenic bacteria through the impaired gut barrier. In fact, the two effects are synergistic, because the sulfate depletion incurred by eNOS dysfunction further compromises the gut barrier, where sulfate deficiencies due to transport problems are already present. Due to its homology with the CYP enzymes, eNOS is predicted to be susceptible to disruption by glyphosate, but only in its sulfate-synthesis function. The result will be endothelial damage due to superoxide exposure, along with sulfate deficiency. We hypothesize that such disruption is a significant heretofore overlooked component of glyphosate’s toxicity in mammals.”https://www.mdpi.com/1099-4300/15/4/1416/htm

In this video watch an interview of Stephanie Seneff, PhD, on her hypothesis about glyphosate, deuterium, and COVID. This video is a brilliant hypothesis that suggests that in the absence of glyphosate and other stresses that hurt our ability to clear deuterium out of our system, the COVID virus could actually have a positive deuterium-depleting effect that could leave us healthier after recovering from the illness, but that being glyphosate-toxic and deuterium-loaded makes us vulnerable to dying from the disease or developing long-haul symptoms. She suggests deuterium-depleted water, low-deuterium foods, and glyphosate avoidance are all protective.

The supplements I listed at the beginning of this post are to decrease mast cell activation, and are not a part of the glcyine-substitution protocol per se, which is literally just lots of glycine. Glyphosate and glycine are chemically similar, such that glyphosate can “plug-in” like a Lego brick into places where glycine should be. This causes all sorts of problems in the body that play out over time. This is Seneff’s theory, partially supported by experiment, and partially supported by a lot of sound reasoning and connections. I believe her. The basic idea is just to take lots of glycine over a long period of time. Since glycine and glyphosate compete for those plug-in spots, if the body always has an excess of glycine, the glycine will “win out” in the end, as the glyphosate-contaminated proteins are eventually eliminated over time in the body’s normal metabolic processes. You can buy 11 pounds of it here at bulksupplements.com.

As to how much? I’m not sure, but glycine is an amino acid, which means gram-level dosing. I would suggest 5 grams a day for six months, then maybe reduce down from there. If I see a recommended dosing from Seneff I’ll let you know. (BTW, glycine tastes slightly sweet which is great for the kiddos who can’t take pills.)

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