posted on Nov, 20 2020 @ 09:11 AM
Carrangenan is found in food, as a thickener and emulsifier. It is highly biologically active against bacteria and fungus, and probably would not be
allowed to be used if it was classified as a preservative. Gellan is created from a bacteria found in swamps I think. Of course, they do not drain
the swamp to get it, that is the job of government.
I don't care for the taste of food with carrageenan, but I have known for a long time how it is antimicrobial. If you eat a lot of yogurt or other
dairy products in it, it can cause a depletion of microbes in your gut. I did not realize it had anti-viral activity till about six months ago. I
would rather use the other natural chemistries in this link to fight this virus, but know that carragenan can actually help. Without listing it, they
can put up to two percent carageenan into foods, two to five percent requires listing. But many companies list it as an ingredient below two percent,
just because they do not want to deceive people. It has a bland flavor, we do not like it in sour cream, it has replaced guar gum in some things and
extended shelf life of milk products. It is metabolized to four major chemicals, one being aspartame, and another a MSG derivitive. The other
metabolite can make gout worse if I remember right. It is highly processed seaweed, and it is supposedly an attractant to some people, to us it is a
I do not feel that this nasal spray will be much of a problem, although there will be people who are intolerant to it. If C-diff is living
symbiotically in your nose, it may piss it off and it will come out and chew on your skin and make your face all red.
Here is the link to flavanoids, many of those listed are active for the virus that causes covid 19
I personally would rather use a little chaga powder on top of my coffee grounds or eat grapefruit or onions or of course, just eat parmeasean noodles
with lots of parsley in the mix. Parsley chicken is good too, the apigenin in parsley and celery is very bioactive against viruses too, but that
chemistry is not included in this chart. Fisitin is found in some berries. Blueberries have special chemistry that blocks this virus activity, so do
kiwi fruits. But, of course, some people cannot eat those foods, many people are alergic to pineapple enzymes too.