posted on Mar, 16 2020 @ 09:03 PM
I read that a while back, like three weeks ago. I found a relationship between the chloroquin and Vitamin K chemistry. It appears that things like
eggs, milk, butter, and some plant base high vitamin K sources can actually help discourage malaria from being caught. Of course, most of the people
in poor areas of the world do not have access to much of that stuff So their susceptibility to the disease is higher. Now these chemistries are
weaker than what is needed to treat this disease, but they may be able to be able to help to keep you from getting it as bad. The enzyme found in
fruit can turn the vitamin K into an active form that can effect this virus, the enzyme creates a different kind of malliard reaction than browning by
Chloroquin works well with the other cocktail that destroys the viral enzymes, I know the first starts with an R and the second with an le. Tired, I
cannot remember those chemical names right now.