*** This group found several lines of evidence that SARS-CoV-2 associated RNA is incorporated into human nuclear DNA by endogenous reverse transcriptase enzymes. These results are obviously very controversial.
The SARS-CoV-2 spike protein itself is implicated as the pathogenic factor in COVID-associated lung fibrosis.
"Altogether, infection with SARS-CoV results in ACE2 downregulation through the binding of SARS-CoV spike protein to ACE2, and this spike protein-mediated ACE2 downregulation is responsible for the pathogenesis of lung fibrosis by upregulating ANG-II and activating TGF-β signaling."
If you integrate the information from the following videos, DARPA Hydrogel, and the nano tech delivery systems created by John Hopkins University, and add in how 5G might be interacting, you get an idea of what we may be facing.
Natural Constituents which Block the spike protein (The spike protein has a positive charge, which allows it to bind to the ACE2 receptors on our cells, which have a negative charge. There are many natural constituents and a few old, safe pharmaceuticals that have a negative charge, bind to the positively-charged spike protein, and carry it out of the system.) This list continues to grow:
Pine Needles (of the genus Pinus - high in shikimic acid)
Star Anise Seeds (very high in shikimic acid)
Fennel Seeds (high in shikimic acid)
Citrus fruit (especially blood oranges, due to their high hesperidin content — hesperidin is a chalcone like quercetin that deactivates spike protein)
Peppermint (very high in hesperidin)
Wheatgrass and Wheatgrass Juice (blades are high in shikimate)
Schizandra Berry (high in shikimate)
St. John’s Wort (shikimate is found throughout the entire plant and in the flowers)
Comfrey Leaf (rich in shikimate)
Feverfew (leaves and flowers are rich in shikimate)
Gingko Biloba Leaf (rich in shikimate)
GiantHyssop or Horsemint (Agastache urtifolia) (rich in shikimate)
Liquidambar (Sweet Gum tree) A tea of the spiky seed pods is rich in shikimate.
Triphala formulations: In Sanskrit, the word Triphala means "three fruits”: a combination of Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis), black myrobalan (Terminalia chebula) and belleric myrobalan (Terminalia belerica). The terminalia fruits are rich in shikimate.
Zeolite C60 Chlorine dioxide/MMS
Vitamin D Vitamin C (not ascorbic acid) Zinc Quercetin Co-Enzyme Q10
Hydrocloroquine Ivermectin Suramin * * Aside from this list that I've been compiling since the beginning of May, there is also the excellent list put together by Martin Geddes. I followed Martin on Twitter with both accounts that I had suspended. He's a brilliant fellow. Between both of our respective lists, there is more information than anybody could possibly want. His article is here: