by Ilana Nurpi
July 19, 2021
Ilana Nurpi, MD,
is a physician practicing in
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All symptoms seen in Covid patients can be explained as neurological
impairment of the autonomic nervous system.
Studies have shown that drugs that inhibit the sympathetic nervous
system are associated with a higher mortality rate in Covid
These drugs, all commonly prescribed to the elderly, include
antipsychotics and anticholinergic drugs, benzodiazepines, opioids,
barbiturates, proton pump inhibitors, ACE inhibitors and other drugs
to lower blood pressure.
Acetylcholine (ACh) is a key neurotransmitter; after it is released
into the synaptic space, it must be removed by acetylcholinesterase.
If acetylcholinesterase is lacking, the ACh will remain in the
synaptic space and the transmission will not continue.
Microwaves and 5G affect the structure of acetylcholinesterase. When
ACh is not removed for re-uptake by the neurons, the body makes more
receptors for the neurotransmitters so that the sympathetic nervous
system can work. Ordinarily, this can help us adjust to new
electromagnetic influences, but if a person is taking the inhibitory
medications mentioned above, the drugs will become toxic since the
new receptors will greatly magnify their effects.
Covid-19 patients need a reactivation of the sympathetic nervous
system, which can explain why vitamin C and vitamin D, but also
zinc, selenium and hydroxychloroquine seem to be beneficial.
Ivermectin seems to mimic the action of acetylcholinesterase,
thereby alleviating the damaging build-up of ACh.
The connection of this illness with the 5G in retirement homes and
hospitals must be investigated. Many patients developed Covid-19
symptoms shortly after the installation of new 5G modems in the
facility. In Italy, the installation of these 5G modems began in
Younger Covid patients often seem to be either cannabis or opioid
users, or are suffering from chronic adrenal insufficiency, often
due to either intense sports activity, poor diet, high stress and/or
lack of sleep.
Children like to play the Game of Why.
When they start asking
parents become more aware of their own educational role.
parents answer with pride and some with confidence, while others
feel they are not able to satisfy their child's curiosity. Some
children miss out because their parents don't have the patience to
People think that children who ask "why" are intelligent.
when they receive good answers, this encourages them to play this
game of asking questions over and over for the rest of their lives.
I was lucky enough to have someone answering my "why" questions
until I was old enough to look for the answers myself.
gave me the opportunity to do research in medical science and become
As a physician I practice in Italy.
When the rumors about the
this so-called 'pandemic'
were first published, I
immediately realized I had already seen one patient in early January
with the same syndrome; then I encountered another patient who was
Both patients were in their eighties and both these patients were
given antibiotics for the pulmonary problems, but without
When I examined them I did not hear the typical sound of bronchitis,
nor did I notice signs of pneumonia. Thorax x-rays were negative for
lobar pneumonia but showed "dirty lungs."
There was a diffuse
crackle sound, similar to pulmonary edema (water in the lungs), even
though the patients did not act as though they were drowning in
water, which is the typical reaction to this condition.
Both patients had a low respiratory rate but did not gasp for air.
When I consulted with an anesthesiologist friend, he confirmed that
Covid patients have a decreased respiratory rate along with low
This combination points to a neurological problem, as the normal
function of the respiratory center in the central nervous system
(the medulla oblongata) is to raise the respiratory rate when oxygen
saturation goes below a threshold.
Both patients showed signs of intoxication from neuroleptic drugs
(haloperidol) and had soft swellings on arms and/or legs.
patient had difficulties swallowing, but refused the jellied liquid
that the hospitals give for this condition. His initial fever went
down in two days, but his little cough persisted and he was unable
to bring up any phlegm.
White blood cell counts for both patients were slightly elevated but
still within the normal range. Both patients showed a deep
deterioration of mobility; they could not even hold a cup.
Immobility led to bed sores.
Other signs were myosis (contracted
pupils), sleepiness and slurred speech.
The first patient was taking beta blockers, an alphalytic for the
prostate, and metformin for diabetes (which was discontinued due to
the lack of food intake).
The beta blockers were also discontinued
to help the cough bring up phlegm and because the heart rate was
This patient was unable to stay awake. Food intake was extremely
difficult - it took several minutes to chew one bite; however, after
he was given one orange to eat he could stay awake longer and talk
again. It took him several weeks to recover and months to eat on his
The second patient eventually passed away, but months after the
initial symptoms and after the 'pandemic' was announced.
Naturally, these strange cases made me ask
Why did the first
patient have these symptoms even though he had no infection?
C-reactive protein (a marker for inflammation) was elevated,
probably due to the thrombosis on the arm, but what was causing the
problem in the lungs?
The cough was triggered mainly by drinking or
by difficulty in breathing.
The second patient was taking haloperidol, an alphalytic drug, beta
blockers and metformin.
Later, haloperidol was discontinued due to
the muscle stiffness, but still he had all the same strange symptoms
as the first patient.
Even though these patients suffered the same exact symptoms of the
new coronavirus described everywhere, no one who took care of them
got sick, even without masks and gloves.
Of course, I kept asking why,
why was I seeing such strange symptoms?
The beginning of an answer came when I received an article,
originally written for Spanish physicians, that listed the drugs
that significantly increased the mortality rate of the
All the drugs outlined in the document inhibit the
"fight-or-flight" sympathetic nervous system, including,
(like haloperidol), anticholinergic drugs, benzodiazepines, opioids,
barbiturates, proton pump inhibitors, ACE inhibitors and other
medications to lower blood pressure.
In retirement homes and hospitals, most are given
drugs to keep them calm.
However, the Covid-19 patient needs a
reactivation of the sympathetic nervous system.
The common blood pressure drugs also work to counteract the effects
of the sympathetic nervous system.
Although insulin was not on the
list, we know that diabetics are more susceptible to suffer and die
from Covid-19, as insulin in fact is known to cause pharmacological
stress affecting the nervous system.
THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
The somatic nervous system responds to the conscious will to
voluntarily move skeletal muscle.
In contrast, the autonomic
nervous system (ANS) controls those functions that we are not
consciously aware of.
In very general terms, the ANS has two
Acetylcholine (ACh) is a key neurotransmitter for our entire
nervous system, both central and peripheral - including the ANS.
NOREPINEPHRINE AND ACETYLCHOLINE
when acetylcholinesterase, the enzyme responsible for clearing the
ACh, is not working properly the whole body is affected.
fatal consequences the body makes more receptors to reactivate the
We have many examples of drugs and toxins that interfere with the
action of cholinesterase enzymes; they are called neurotoxins,
causing excessive salivation and eye-watering in low doses, followed
by muscle spasms and ultimately death in higher doses.
and nerve gases are examples of two potent cholinesterase
inhibitors, leading to paralysis and death. Many insecticides, such
as organophosphates, also act as cholinesterase inhibitors.
The adrenal medulla (the inner part of the adrenal gland) produces
neurotransmitters for the sympathetic nervous system, such as
adrenaline and noradrenaline (norepinephrine), while the adrenal
cortex (the outer part of the adrenal gland) produces corticoid
hormones for the parasympathetic nervous system.
When the adrenal medulla is not working, as in Covid-19, this will
affect the adrenal cortex as well.
Covid-19 patients may be given
steroids, but these treat the cortical adrenal insufficiency, not
the medulla where the problem is.
As mentioned earlier, the center for respiratory control is in the
medulla oblongata; it is part of the autonomic nervous system and
thus dependent on the neurotransmitter ACh and accompanying
clearance by acetylcholinesterase.
At the beginning I thought that
perhaps some virus was affecting the nervous system - but why was the
disease not contagious?
The first patient was also cared for in a
hospital, where nobody got sick. I myself did not get sick, and no
one among the caregivers at his retirement home got sick. Nor did
the second patient pass the illness to family members.
involved in his care got sick. Masks and gloves were not in use in
those early days.
One public health official in Milan had the task of following family
members of Covid-19 patients during the 'pandemic' in March and April
2020 - and found that no one got infected.
Bars and restaurants on the highways have remained open, even
during the stricter lockdowns of the 'pandemic' peak, but nobody has
gotten "infected," despite customers taking off their masks to eat
I know some young people who did get sick.
What they had in common
was that they were all cannabis smokers - but no one else in their
families got sick. Cannabis is one of the drugs listed in the
Spanish document, and we know that cannabis works by blocking the
sympathetic nervous system.
A worker in a nearby food store got
sick - he also was a cannabis smoker - but though he had contact with
lots of people, no one he came in contact with got the "virus."
THE 5G CONNECTION
In the early days of Covid, I thought the illness resembled an acute
attack of multiple sclerosis or of myasthenia gravis.
conditions, the problem arises in neuromuscular transmission; both
end in respiratory failure, as do other neurodegenerative disorders
such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and lateral amyotrophic sclerosis
While pondering the mysteries of contagion, I watched a video by Dr.
Thomas Cowan, 1 in which he said that the
'pandemic' was due to the
electrification of the earth, especially the newly deployed
I wondered how Wi-Fi could cause such a thing, so I did
some research on microwaves and found that 5G was a technology
developed over fifty years ago as a weapon to sap the strength of
enemy soldiers and take away their power to fight.
I also found that
5G affected the ANS. 2
In my research, I found studies of microwave effects on animals
(rats and rabbits) done almost twenty years ago. 3
They showed how
animals exposed to microwave radiation produced more receptors for
the very drugs mentioned in the Spanish article, such as
antipsychotics, benzodiazepines, opioids and others.
why so many people in retirement homes were sick, and also explained
the sudden deterioration of patients in hospitals where these drugs
are broadly used to keep people calm.
With more receptors, the same
amount of the medication can cause overdoses; if they were not
taking inhibitory drugs, the extra receptors actually would have
been a helpful response to the microwave radiation.
Although I reference only one article here, 3 many more studies have
investigated different combinations of microwave exposure - for short
and long periods at low frequencies, or for short periods at high
frequencies, or during the night versus the day.
documented many variations to understand the effects - none of which
When I heard that in the U.S., people were dying in isolation and
prevented from seeing even their own children, I decided to speak up
about my findings.
Another colleague working in a retirement home said people died once
their children could no longer come to feed them because, being so
slow at chewing and swallowing food, no one else had the time to
help them eat.
Old people in the Milan area were literally starving
and dying at home because they could not feed themselves.
Return to 5G - The Great Connection Risk and
TREATMENTS FOR COVID-19
Why did the orange help the first patient?
It is because vitamin C
helps to convert dopamine into noradrenaline, which is the primary
neurotransmitter of the sympathetic nervous system. 4
The role of
vitamin D for Covid patients is explained below.
Another question I asked myself was
why hydroxychloroquine is
helpful in treating this disease.
After all, hydroxychloroquine is
an antiprotozoa drug for treating malaria; the protozoa are between
ten and twenty-five micrometers (μm) long, while the coronavirus is
supposed to be 0.1 μm, more than one hundred times smaller.
There is no evidence that the drug can kill a virus so small, so why
does it work?
Interestingly, hydroxychloroquine has a side effect
on the nervous system that turns out to be beneficial for Covid-19
stimulates the sympathetic nervous
system, and this is exactly what the Covid-19 patient needs, a
reactivation of the sympathetic nervous system. 5,6
An interesting finding about hydroxychloroquine is that it protects
cancer patients from radiation therapy. 7
Cancer patients receive
ionizing radiation whereas 5G microwave radiation is non-ionizing,
so further studies are needed to ascertain the therapeutic role of hydroxychloroquine for non-ionizing microwave radiation.
Zinc also seems to help, which raises another "why." The answer is
that zinc is very important and necessary for the nervous system.
Selenium, too, has a primary role in nervous system function,
in my opinion, it should be part of Covid-19 treatment as well.
The loss of olfactory function has been widely studied as a
preclinical symptom in neurological degenerative disorders such as
Alzheimer's disease, 10 Parkinson's disease 11 and myasthenia
The cholinergic pathway - and acetylcholinesterase
activity - are common denominators across all of the studies
highlighting loss of smell as an early and prognostic factor. 13-15
The sudden loss of smell is recognized as an early symptom in
Studies of ivermectin show it to be structurally related
to many neurotransmitters, among them ACh.
In a 2017 study published
in Scientific Reports, 17
ivermectin demonstrated a role in removing ACh from the synaptic space, mimicking the action of
acetylcholinesterase (the enzyme damaged in patients with the Covid
Last but not least, I would like to mention that the nervous system
is certainly awakened by sensory stimuli:
in the past, to restore
consciousness, people used smelling salts...
I recommend keeping
some essential oils on hand, which can serve the same purpose.
Why are young people also getting sick?
In my experience, there are
two different factors that endanger young patients: use of cannabis
or opioids and adrenal exhaustion (so-called chronic adrenal
The latter condition is common in young people who
practice lots of sports, who experience lack of sleep, or in those
who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet.
All these factors can lead to
adrenal insufficiency, affecting the autonomic nervous system.
This explains why steroids may work, at least temporarily:
are synthetic hormones that replace hormones produced by the
We have seen many female patients in their forties
who, after recovering from Covid-19, entered early menopause due to
(cortical) hormone insufficiency.
Although many of the health care providers using hydroxychloroquine
for Covid-19 patients are also giving patients antibiotics, there is
no logical reason to do so.
This disease does not have a
bacteriological or viral origin, and the outcome is just as good or
better without antibiotics...
In fact, two studies confirm that
giving antibiotics like azithromycin does not change the
outcome for Covid-19 patients. 18,19
Withholding antibiotics is the wiser course
of action unless the patient suffers from aspiration pneumonia,
caused by a solid or liquid in the lung, leaving the patient unable
Another interesting question has to do with the influence of
temperature on the disease.
In the beginning, the experts claimed
that the virus could not survive temperatures above 73 degrees F (23
degrees C); then they changed it to 80 degrees F (27 degrees C),
subsequently lowering it to 64 degrees F (18 degrees C).
case, one has to ask another "why" question:
why were there so many
cases in the summertime in Florida and Texas, where temperatures are
much higher than 80 degrees F?
The explanation is that going from a
hot environment outside to an air-conditioned environment
inside - with a temperature difference that can be more than 20
degrees F - represents a constant shock to the adrenal glands, which
makes people more vulnerable. 20,21
Many studies show that it is very
stressful for the adrenal glands to adjust to such temperature
differences. This constitutes more evidence that Covid-19 is a
This would explain why there was no fatality
among children in prepuberal age - the time when adrenal glands are
not so essential for their physiological functions.
But the principal question we should be asking is why 5G causes this
ACh problem. Studies on mobile phones and Wi-Fi suggest an answer,
showing how microwaves change cholinesterase activity, affecting its
capacity to remove ACh from the synaptic space. 22,23
above, when ACh is not removed, nervous transmission does not go
forward, and when cholinesterase activity is suppressed, the ACh
re-uptake by the neurons cannot happen.
This lack of neurological
function then causes our bodies to create more receptors for all
the neurotransmitters needed to keep us alive.
This is, in fact, one
way that we adjust to new electromagnetic influences - from radio
waves to 5G - but if a person is taking medications that are
eventually blocking these extra receptors, the drugs will become
toxic, as all the new receptors will greatly increase their effect.
The symptoms seen in Covid-19 patients will vary depending on the
different combinations of drugs that each person is taking.
taking beta blockers might have problems with low heart rate and
coughing, because beta blockers block the epithelium of the
this makes it difficult to get rid of the extra
mucous, which will remain stuck in the lungs.
The inability to breathe deeply due to the inhibition of the
respiratory center (despite decreasing oxygen saturation),
contributes to the accumulation of water in the lungs resulting in
the typical crackling sound.
A typical picture of the coronavirus shows a cell membrane with
Interestingly, those spikes have the exact same shape as the
cell membrane receptors for ACh, and a 2D picture of ACh receptors
on a cell membrane looks just like a 2D picture of the coronavirus
I am not saying the spikes are just ACh
receptors but they are certainly some kind of neurotransmitter receptor.
In his video, Dr. Cowan explained that viruses are actually exosomes.
When an expert in RNA viruses and exosomes from Johns Hopkins tried
to explain what the coronavirus is supposed to be, he admitted that
there is no difference between the coronavirus and an exosome - except
that the coronavirus has an "evil" purpose while the exosome does
Now, since this "evil" virus has not been seen holding a
pitchfork in his hand, we do not know whether it is an "evil" virus
causing the illness, or 5G microwaves.
JUST NEEDS TO STOP
It is very sad to see how many old people have passed away and how
many continue to die.
It seems we are unable to stop the
destruction. When our wise bodies produce extra receptors to recover
from a microwave attack, we should consider avoiding the medications
that prevent this healing process.
Most people can adjust to 5G, but
only if they stop taking inhibitory drugs.
Actually during the past year, I had to reduce or suspend beta
blockers for many patients since their heart rates were too low for
the regular doses.
Unfortunately, people who are unable to make the extra receptors in
response to microwave radiation seem to die very quickly. I
witnessed patients with all the Covid-19 symptoms but repeatedly
negative to Covid-19 tests, pass away in a couple of days after the
onset of the illness.
It is important to notice that this neurological problem can also
appear without respiratory or cold symptoms, in which case it
An Addisonian (or acute adrenal)
crisis occurs when the body is unable to produce a sufficient amount
of noradrenaline and steroids in response to stress.
I myself experienced an
Addisonian crisis in November 2019, and I
literally thought I was going to die. It was the first time in my
career I had to ask a colleague to do my shift, because I could not
I was awake but I felt like my body was sleeping, and when I
wanted to move my limbs, it involved the same effort as when someone
tries to move an arm or a leg while dreaming in his sleep.
Covid-19, it was not contagious, of course...
Covid-19 patients, even those with mild symptoms, show decreased
sodium and increased potassium levels, confirming the adrenal
insufficiency. In the worst cases, the potassium is also low, which
in old people is often due to the use of laxatives or diuretics.
The connection of this illness with the 5G in retirement homes and
hospitals must be investigated.
The first patient I described came
from a retirement home where they had replaced the telephone and
Wi-Fi system with new 5G modems one or two days before all the
residents got sick.
Likewise, in another retirement home, they
installed new Wi-Fi modems just a few days before the epidemic burst
on the scene.
A 5G modem was also in the house of the second patient
During the lockdowns, a lot of people got sick while staying at home
because they changed their modems to get better Internet. At the
same time, a huge number of new 5G transmitters were installed all
over the country, including in very small villages.
visited a village where 5G had not yet arrived, and no one had
In Israel, many religious people fell sick,
probably because they decided to have powerful Internet installed at
home during the beginning of the first lockdown so they could study
and be connected.
In northern Italy, one doctor working in a hospital emergency room
during the peak of the illness was arrested for murdering Covid
patients by using drugs that inhibited the nervous system; due to
these drugs, they passed away. 27
Many doctors all over the world have noticed that the condition of
Covid-19 patients worsens upon intubation, leading eventually to
To intubate a patient (that is, to put them on a
respirator), we use drugs that block the neuromuscular
transmission - the exact cause of Covid-19 lethality.
Looking back at the history of
"viral" infectious diseases, we may
remember another plague that affected the nervous system:
In that case, the problem involved paralysis of
limbs, and death was due to paralysis of the respiratory muscles.
help patients breathe, people used artificial lungs that
mechanically replaced the respiratory muscle contraction.
that these artificial lungs could have been of more help for
Covid-19 patients and certainly would not have caused the many
deaths that resulted from the inhibitory drugs used for intubation.
When the nervous system is affected by Covid-19,
what happens with the immune system?
The simple answer is that,
white blood cells are our nervous system - our "brain" - in our blood.
The neuro-transmitters are in our blood circulation, and they affect
our immune system.
This explains how
our emotions can change our
immunity, for better or worse.
SOLUTION TO THE ENIGMA
I believe the solution to this enigma was given to me by the son of
a patient who survived Covid, who urged me to speak up.
must see their elderly parents," he said.
"They have to go and put
food in their mouths in the most positive and loving way."
the explanation of every successful therapy - children must go to
their parents to help them recover.
In northern Italy, this did not happen; old people were left in
retirement homes and from there taken to hospitals or left alone at
As a colleague mentioned,
"Once children could no longer enter
the retirement homes to feed their parents, the parents all died."
We see people frightened to see their parents, or parents frightened
to see their grandchildren, but once they are together and taking
care of each other, the fear disappears.
Certainly, good advice from
a conscientious physician can help, but without the care of their
children, old people hardly ever make it.
I cannot stress enough that,
this disease is not contagious...
should overcome fear and help each other.
We should not think
selfishly - because once you help your elderly parent, your children
will learn to do the same with you when you need it.
This is just a
basic part of being human!
I feel the only cure to this
to rediscover our shared humanity.
VITAMIN B1 DEFICIENCY?
Interestingly, a recent article suggests that the symptoms diagnosed
as Covid-19 are actually manifestations of vitamin B1 (thiamine)
Although the author clearly sees how the problems in Covid patients are in the autonomic nervous system
- just as I
describe in this article - he attributes them solely to a B1
I believe microwaves are the problem and that vitamin B1 deficiency
worsens microwave effects on the autonomic nervous system.
said, vitamin B1 supplementation probably would assist nervous
system functioning 29 and certainly could be helpful for diabetic
patients taking metformin or patients taking diuretics, as both of
these drugs deplete vitamin B1.
Why do people exposed to
sunlight recover before other patients?
answer is that vitamin D is a neuroprotector and modulator of the
autonomic nervous system in many ways, some of which (summarized
below) were outlined in an article published in US Neurology in
April 2018. 30
NEURONAL EXCITABILITY: Loss of neuronal excitability, which occurs
with aging, is a proposed cause of cognitive decline.
rats) show that vitamin D3 supplementation increases neuronal
excitability in the hippocampus.
SYNAPTIC FUNCTIONING: Vitamin D upregulates genes essential for
synaptic plasticity as well as those needed for normal synaptic
functioning - including receptors for major neurotransmitters such as
dopamine, glutamate and serotonin.
DOPAMINE SYNTHESIS: In Parkinson's disease, the observed dysfunction
of the substantia nigra (the midbrain region responsible for
producing dopamine, the so-called "feel-good" hormone) has been
attributed to a decrease in tyrosine hydroxylase (TH) and dopamine
TH is the enzyme that converts the amino acid tyrosine to
dopamine. Studies show that vitamin D supplementation increases TH
expression and dopamine production in dopaminergic neurons in the
Vitamin D also upregulates N-cadherin, a protein
that plays a mediating role in the creation and development of
dopamine neurons as well as in synaptic plasticity and memory.
ACETYLCHOLINE: Treatment with vitamin D3 increases the activity of choline acetyltransferase and increases ACh levels in brain areas of
relevance to Alzheimer's disease.
A major risk factor for cognitive
decline and Alzheimer's is type 2 diabetes (T2D), which is thought
to reduce ACh levels.
In animal (rat) models, vitamin D
supplementation has produced improvements in T2D-related cognitive
decline, with the improvements mediated by increased choline
acetyltransferase activity and decreased activity of
GLUTATHIONE: Glutathione acts as both a neurotransmitter and neuromodulator. Through its action on glutamate receptors,
glutathione confers protection against glutamate excitotoxicity.
Vitamin D supplementation increases glutathione levels and has been
demonstrated to prevent the glutamate toxicity implicated in
SEROTONIN: Vitamin D responsive elements (VDREs) are found in
tryptophan hydroxylase promoter regions.
Tryptophan hydroxylase 2
(TPH2) is an enzyme involved in brain serotonin biosynthesis.
Research indicates that vitamin D increases expression of TPH2
messenger RNA (mRNA) in the brain, suggesting vitamin D control over
brain serotonin levels.
In fact, studies point to a role for vitamin
D treatment in preventing both dopamine and serotonin depletion in
certain areas of the brain.
THERAPY FOR COVID PATIENTS
The over-expression of receptors to overcome microwave toxicity is
something we are all experiencing at some level.
If the Covid-19
test is actually measuring the density of these receptors,
eventually all exposed to 5G will be found positive. However, the
old, the fragile and those taking inhibitory drugs are more likely
to get sick.
I believe vitamin C and vitamin D - in natural foods such as fresh
citrus (vitamin C) and in sunlight and/or cod liver oil (vitamin
D) - together are a great help in preventing Covid-19 symptoms, along
with a healthy, relaxed lifestyle and some micronutrients such as
selenium and zinc.
All of the patients I have seen (and those I have
treated on the phone) have responded successfully to the therapies I
propose below, although these were generally healthy people. For
individuals taking many drugs, the solution is more complicated.
However, suspending inhibitory drugs
as much as possible must be
Discontinue inhibitory drugs until there is no more sign of toxicity
Avoid EMF exposure.
Consume a source of natural vitamin C.
Take cod liver oil for vitamin D and supporting vitamin A.
Get daily sunshine, if possible.
Eat foods rich in zinc and selenium (or take supplements).
Increase vitamin B1 intake if diabetic or taking diuretics.
The effects of microwaves depend on the duration of exposure and the
frequency amplitude - both being factors mostly beyond our ability to
control or even check.
What we can do is minimize our exposure,
especially in the home. Ultimately, I hope the world will find a
different way to deal with 5G microwaves.
Lockdowns and masks are
not useful and actually do more harm than good.
L-LYSINE AND COVID
clinicians are describing L-lysine (the usable form of the
essential amino acid lysine) as another successful Covid-19
Food sources of lysine include meat, seafood, eggs and
dairy products. Among other benefits, L-lysine is known for its
anti-anxiety effects through its normalization of adrenal hormones
and enhancement of "adrenocorticotropic hormone, cortisol,
adrenaline and noradrenaline levels." 32,33
Research indicates that L-lysine also modulates
nitric oxide (NO)
Impaired NO production can lead to decreased adrenal
gland production of the neurotransmitters so critical to the body's
stress response. 34
EMF expert and former biochemistry professor
Martin Pall theorizes that NO is implicated in "pathophysiological
responses to EMF exposure" through a process that results in
oxidative stress and free radical production. 35
For these reasons,
L-lysine has attracted the attention of individuals suffering from
overt electrosensitivity; L-lysine's ability to indirectly limit NO
"should in theory help prevent or inhibit the vicious
cycle initially stimulated by EMFs.". 36
All of these factors can
explain L-lysine's successes in treating Covid-19.
ACETYLCHOLINE AND THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
Acetylcholine (ACh) is a neurotransmitter at various synapses,
nerves and at the motor end plate of vertebrate muscles.
nerve impulse arrives at the nerve ending, ACh stored in vesicles is
released and binds to a postsynaptic receptor, causing
Since ACh is degraded by the enzyme
acetylcholinesterase, it has a brief duration of action. Inhibitors
of the enzyme, however, prolong the lifetime of ACh.
Nerve gases and
organophosphates lead to accumulation of ACh and associated
In the synaptic cleft, the released ACh will associate with post-
and prejunctional receptors and is also subject to rapid hydrolysis
by the enzyme acetylcholinesterase into choline and acetate.
percent of the choline formed will be taken up again by the nerve
terminal and reused for neurotransmitter synthesis.
In the autonomic nervous system ACh is the neurotransmitter of all
preganglionic and postganglionic parasympathetic neurons.
also present at the level of many brain synapses, in particular in
the basal nucleus.
Adrenaline, or epinephrine, has been considered for years the main
neurotransmitter of the sympathetic nervous system, although it was
known that the effects of its administration were different from
those obtained by direct stimulation of the sympathetic.
As well as
in the medullary part of the adrenal gland, adrenaline is also
released at the synapse level of the central nervous system, where
it plays the role of a neurotransmitter.
Adrenaline is involved in the
"fight or flight" reaction.
general, its effects are:
increased heart rate and systolic volume (and
consequently cardiac output)
deviation of blood flow to the
muscles, liver, myocardium and brain
NOREPINEPHRINE AND ACETYLCHOLINE
norepinephrine, is a neurotransmitter released by
chromaffin cells as a hormone in the blood, it is also a
neurotransmitter in the nervous system where it is released by
noradrenergic neurons during synaptic transmission.
As a stress
hormone, it involves parts of the brain where attention and reaction
controls reside. Together with epinephrine, it causes the "fight or
flight" response, activating the sympathetic nervous system.
To sum up, the parasympathetic transmission works only on ACh and is
called cholinergic, while the sympathetic transmission sees ACh only
in the preganglionic synaptic space, which then stimulates the
release of noradrenaline and adrenaline neurotransmitters at the end
of the reflex pathway, giving it the name adrenergic.
Thus if the ACh is not removed by the acetylcholinesterase in the preganglionic
cleft, the transmission cannot continue and the adrenergic system
does not work.
In cases of emergency (for example, life-threatening circumstances
such as hemorrhage or thermal shock), noradrenaline and adrenaline
are also made by the adrenal medulla also without the brain stimuli.
This emergency stress, if prolonged, may cause exhaustion of the
ACh is also present in nonneuronal cells. In recent years it has
become clear that in the airways, the majority of cells express
choline acetyltransferase (ChAT) and contain ACh, including
epithelial cells, smooth muscle cells, mast cells and migrated
immune cells such as alveolar macrophages, granulocytes and
However, the regulatory role of this nonneuronal ACh in
inflammatory airway diseases has yet to be established. I think this
can explain the respiratory problem in Covid patients.
is also present on the membrane of red blood cells where the
cell shape is regulated. 37
The changes in the
red blood cell membrane are connected to thrombotic events and
the role of zinc and vitamin E have shown a better outcome.
Thrombotic events related to organophosphate
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