One more note for tonight.
I am working on sympathetic overdrive in those with Long COVID.
It's like "hidden pain."
Microvessels are not innervated. They don’t feel pain. Large arteries are. Yet, in total, if the microvessels were innervated, the pain induced by the spike’s damage would be orders of magnitude worse than a kidney stone. The body would feel as if it were on fire.
The body responds to the damage, of course.
Yet, the "pain" is not registered.
This is what I am contemplating. “Invisible” cascades.
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There have been many who describe their adverse events as feeling like a certain limb or whole body is on fire. That's inflammation and damage to blood vessels large enough to be innervated, then imagine the damage to micro vessels.
Evil is delighted and laughs every time someone takes one of these nightmarish shots to "protect" themselves.
My unvaxxed college kid/athlete had Covid for the first time in January 2022. Recovered fine but in the following months during workouts, she said her whole body hurt. Is this what you’re describing here? It did resolve, and she did take some ivermectin at some point down the line. I’m hoping her body cleared it for good.