This is a protocol to help select the right nutritional program when healing from long-term COVID vaccine side effects.
It includes a comprehensive review of the science used to create the protocol as well.
COVID vaccines have been used all over the world. In the United States alone, 1,371,474 adverse events have been reported, with 56,021 listed as leading to permanent disability and 29,981 listed as leading to death. Not all of these reports represent cause-and-effect relationships, and the purpose of this guide is not to provide a risk assessment that quantifies the relative safety of different vaccines. Rather, the purpose of this guide is to help those who believe they are suffering from post-vaccine side effects heal from them.
In the vaccine adverse event reporting system (VAERS), adverse event reports resemble long-COVID in having high rates of fatigue, headache, trouble breathing, and coughing. They differ in having far fewer reports of the loss of taste and smell, or mild cognitive impairment. They stand out as having an entirely unique effect on women’s menstrual cycles, having a much greater impact on heart inflammation and blood pressure, and leading to a far higher incidence of debilitating neurological disorders. Published case reports support these disorders including multiple sclerosis, generalized demyelination, aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage, various neuropathies, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), and various types of neuralgia and myelitis.
React19 is a community of patients, researchers, and clinicians attempting to understand and heal post-COVID vaccine side effects. I have no relation with this organization, and they have not reviewed this protocol. In a React19 survey collecting responses from September, 2021, through March, 2022, the ten most common complaints were fatigue, exercise intolerance, brain fog, heart palpitations, muscle weakness, tingling or numbness in the extremities, dizziness, muscle aches, sleep disturbances, and joint pain.
Not far behind were shortness of breath, elevated heart rate, insomnia, nerve pain, headaches, muscle twitching, feeling off balance or in motion while at rest, memory loss, tinnitus, severe anxiety, visual disturbances, and abdominal pain. Hair loss was much more commonly reported than in VAERS.
Unfortunately, only 30.5% of respondents reported that they were improving.
This guide is for those who believe they could use more scientific guidance or new ideas to improve faster, or to obtain improvement that has so far proved elusive.
Since there is very little research on post-COVID vaccine side effects and since there is a general reluctance to acknowledge them, this guide is necessarily based on scientific best guesses, and not validated treatments.
My approach was to analyze the components of the virus and the different vaccines, the mechanisms by which any such components could hurt health, and to compare and contrast these mechanisms with what is observed in the different side effect profiles for the virus and each vaccine. I used this comparison and contrast to infer which mechanisms were most likely causing the side effects, and then developed therapeutic strategies based on those mechanisms.
My analysis focuses on the four major vaccines used in the West — Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson and Johnson, and AstraZeneca — and includes some work on the more recently authorized Novavax. It does not address other vaccines specifically. However, the protocol is not based on vaccine type, but rather on labwork and symptom clusters. I expect it to work equally well for side effects of other existing COVID vaccines.
The central thesis of this protocol is that not everyone suffering from post-COVID vaccine side effects has the same problem.
It walks you through a five-step process to order labwork, assess your symptom clusters, and determine your "type" on four different axes. It gives you an algorithm to mix and match your own unique protocol designed to correct the specific problems occurring in your body as a result of the vaccine.
It is 89 pages and contains 221 references. It is delivered by email as a downloadable and printable PDF once you complete your order.