IT WAS KNOWN IN 2005 THAT THE SPIKE PROTEIN WORSENS ACUTE LUNG FAILURE – AND THAT BLOCKING THE RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN PATHWAY ATTENUATES THE DAMAGE! QUERCETIN, POMEGRANATE PEEL, RUTIN AS THERAPEUTICS
Research and trials needed for Renin-Angiotensin blocking therapeutics
Interestingly, what else is the Renin-Angiotensin pathway intimately involved with? FIBROSIS!
As we home in on an increasingly accurate understanding of the pathological mechanisms of the Spike Protein, I believe it is now time to start looking at ways to treat SPED, if it is indeed proven to be true.
Here are three natural sources which I believe should be trialed immediately.
The results also revealed that the major contributing compounds of ASE for ACE inhibition belong to flavonoids. Among the tested compounds, the lowest IC50 value is associated with the quercetin-3-glucuronic acid, a major in vivo metabolites of quercetin and its glycosides. The results suggest that certain dietary flavonoids may possess properties of blood pressure regulation.
Plant flavonoids as angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors in regulation of hypertension
POMEGRANATE PEEL EXTRACT
Pomegranate peel extract consumption conferred protection against hypertension in the SHR model. This finding was demonstrated by marked reduction in coronary ACE activity, oxidative stress, and vascular remodelling.
Pomegranate peel extract attenuates oxidative stress by decreasing coronary angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) activity in hypertensive female rats
The study revealed that rutin, a known flavonoid inhibited angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE), angiotensin 2 type 1 receptor (ATR1), and mineralocorticoid receptor (MCR), comparable to the classic ACE inhibitor, Lisinopril, indicating the novel antihypertensive property of rutin.
Novel antihypertensive action of rutin is mediated via inhibition of angiotensin converting enzyme/mineralocorticoid receptor/angiotensin 2 type 1 receptor (ATR1) signaling pathways in uninephrectomized hypertensive rats
Sources of Rutin: High amounts of rutin occur naturally in foods like buckwheat, asparagus, unpeeled apples, figs, black tea, green tea, and elderflower tea.
What? What on earth were people thinking that the Spike Protein would be useful? I am simply beside myself with bewilderment.
Also, pharmacological products need to be investigated and trialed.
As always, thank you for your support. I will keep working.