posted on Sep, 15 2021 @ 09:52 AM
There is an article, by Bill Sardi, explaining a weakness found in the virus:
“No Need To Wait For Big Pharma’s Anti-Covid Protease-Inhibiting Drug
I wish I could say this information is new, but it isn’t. A few months ago, Del Bigtree got sick. I emailed his site telling him to take
safe serine inhibitors. I also posted about serine inhibitors on the Principia Scientifica website, but it garnered no discussion. I arrived at the
conclusion after a research study promtped a deep-dive on my part.
“The PRRA Insert at the S1/S2 Site Modulates Cellular Tropism of SARS-CoV-2 and ACE2 Usage by the Closely Related Bat RaTG13
The deep-dive led me to many papers and to the conclusion that serine inhibitors were the way to go, but that it was also important to find safe
inhibitors. On that note, the Bill Sardi article lists a few options, but surprisingly not one of the best ones. Alpinia officinarum has been
found to be a potent inhibitor of covid:
“Natural Product Compounds in Alpinia officinarum and lGinger are Potent SARS-CoV-2 Papain like Protease Inhibitors
I found this particular one in 2 tincture forms, one with water and one with alcohol. I believe that the alcohol based one will afford the longest
shelf life/stability, but one should always research the form it comes in to see how long it will be viable at home.
For more on serines and the immuno-response:
“A critical review on serine protease: Key immune manipulator and pathology mediator
edit on 15-9-2021 by Wisenox because: Fix link.