Get a Pulse Oximeter and Supplemental Oxygen and a Nebulizer
There’s a virus out there that seems to be different. I don’t know if it was released, transmitted from the vaccinated people, or is a new variant. The symptoms produced start like a simple cold. This new virus starts with cold symptoms like sniffles or congestion. Quickly the symptoms escalate and the virus goes to the chest causing oxygen levels to drop. Be ready! Do not wait until you are really sick to take action. Begin taking action when you first experience sniffles or minor cold symptoms. See my post on key supplements.
Check out my post, “Vaccines are failing against the Delta Variant.“
Pay Attention to Early Symptoms
The Delta variant seems to be working slightly differently. People may have sniffles, sneezing and congestion and think they’ve just got a cold or allergies. Watch for the typical symptoms but pay attention to headaches and sore throats. Aches and pains, fever, and a dry cough are also common. Brain fog and other neurological symptoms are popping up too.
Symptoms with the original SARS-CoV-19 alpha version may also be seen with Delta and included fever, chills, dry cough, heavy feeling in the chest, digestive problems, deep cough, headache. The newer version, whatever it is, may cause severe upper respiratory symptoms, draining into the throat and chest, feeling extremely weak and unable to walk around, sweating, an unproductive cough, inflamed lungs.
Prescriptions Meds that Help
The drugs that are helping people include Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin and Budesonide. Due to the time it takes to see a prescribing physician or schedule telemedicine, go ahead and get a prophylactic prescription.
Talk with a doctor ahead of time to have meds just in case.
If the doctor prescribes Budesonide or Albuterol, you will want to have a nebulizer.
Get a Nebulizer on Hand Now
Get a nebulizer now, desktop model, and food grade hydrogen peroxide so that you can begin this protocol right away.
See the website, BudesonideWorks.com
Inhaled budesonide is a safe, generic, inexpensive prescription medication. It is used by millions of people who suffer from asthma every day. It helps reduce lung inflammation. It can be prescribed by any doctor or nurse practitioner for respiratory symptoms (FDA-approved). Budesonide is so safe that it is in some over-the-counter nasal sprays such as Rhinocort. Rhinocort is non-prescription Budesonide and you can get it on Amazon.
Get a Pulse Oximeter and Supplemental Oxygen
I also recommend getting a Pulse Oximeter to monitor oxygen levels. If you are sick and your oxygen levels are going down you can use Boost Supplemental Oxygen canisters.
I personally would not accept the drug Remdisivir (can cause kidney failure) or a ventilator (because it seems to kill COVID patients 80% of the time). Once you or your loved one go to the hospital, you may lose your rights to object to certain therapy. If you need to go to the hospital, write down your wishes ahead of time and what you will not accept. Maybe Home Health is an option for supplemental oxygen.
Get a Nebulizer and Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide
Get a nebulizer and food grade hydrogen peroxide. Practice using the equipment before you are sick. Read my post that explains Dr. Mercola’s protocol for nebulizing hydrogen peroxide.
Get Key Supplements on Hand
Read more here about supplements.
Most important to stop eating processed food. Eat a nutrient dense, anti-inflammatory real food diet. Just taking these supplements will not cover a poor diet. Choose to nourish yourself and prevent illness!
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