Jump to content

Martin1234

Members
  • Posts

    177
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

Martin1234's Achievements

74

Reputation

  1. Yeah exactly this. They might as well say, mid October we are going to plan b. Pretending it's about the NHS being under pressure is comical as they say it is every year.
  2. How long before plan b starts kicking in I wonder? Every year the NHS is apparently 'under pressure' so it's just a matter of time really. Saying that, not much will really affect me anyway. I won't wear a mask as I never did first time around, and I don't go clubbing either so the passports shouldn't have much impact. It's just another push to force everyone to take the death shot.
  3. Remember the supply chain event in July? I keep wondering if that is linked to what we are seeing now with the fuel, lorry drivers, and food shortages etc. Seems a bit of a coincidence. Makes me wonder where they are going with it.
  4. Sumac came with Tesco delivery on Tuesday. I'll quite happily eat that every day
  5. Apparently the Pfizer death shot is getting FDA approval on Monday
  6. Sorry, more of a rhetorical question with a hint of sarcasm. I was referring to this https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-58281332 My understanding is the the emergency use authorisation for the vax is only allowed if there are no other treatments. According to the above, there now is..
  7. Nice. I'm all over it, going on my Tesco order and I'll feed it to the whole family. On another note, now the anti viral treatment authorised today, there is a treatment, so why isn't the emergency use with invalidated?
  8. Never used this before but I see you can get it from Tesco. It's going on this week's delivery. Google searched it and had a read, sounds delicious and right up my street! Also sounds like it can cure up the Rona too. Going back to the topic, these things sound like they protect you from spike protein damage, but thinking logically, if you're body is going to produce spike proteins whenever triggered by the virus, your really going to have to be eating or supplementing permanently. I've come to accept that now it's confirmed vaccinated are spreading it too, it's a matter of time before I catch it, so I'm going what I can to make things as easy as possible.
  9. I hope you are right. I'm well past my clubbing days but I might dig out the white gloves and whistle just to take the piss
  10. I got Dandelion leaf extract tablets off eBay. A bag of 365 tablets for about £13 or so. Started taking them a week ago. I think you can add raw leaves to salad if you have them in the garden, but you don't want ones that have had weed killer on them. I'm just sticking to the tablets for now. I figured I'm going to catch it sooner or later. I have friends that have been mild, and friends that have been written off for weeks. It seems random, so I want to do my best to make things as smooth as possible! I also read chicory, milk thistle and artichoke blocks spike protein from attaching to cells. I like chicory and artichoke. Milk thistle is available in tablet form too, and is a relative of the Dandelion.
  11. Definitely. This bit is what makes me think it's likely to change. "A digital solution is being developed which will enable individuals with a medical exemption to show their COVID-19 status using the NHS COVID Pass. In the interim, please follow the advice below."
  12. Here you go https://www.nhsx.nhs.uk/covid-19-response/using-the-nhs-covid-pass/#exemptions I think, given the wording this will change.
  13. I started taking Dandelion leaf extract. I am not vaxed, but I read it can stop spike protein damage of you catch the covid, making less symptoms and earlier for body to fight off. Time will tell.
  14. Ah ok, i understand the point. I saw the ingredients somewhere a while back, but it's the fact the mRNA isn't disclosed. Makes sense, thanks
  15. I thought the ingredients list was already public?
×
×
  • Create New...