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Does Covid infection include an allergy?


By now, everyone is tired of hearing about Covid. I still read medical articles on Covid because I know I should even though I don't want to because it's getting monotonous reading about the same thing. So I am writing about this aspect because it is worthwhile information for everyone to know about.

Dr. Shankara Chetty is a family doctor in South Africa who as of December 2021 treated over 8000 Covid patients with ZERO deaths. That is EIGHT THOUSAND patients with ZERO deaths. How does he do that? He has a great science background and he saw that people when infected with Covid got sick on Day 8 of their illness. He hypothesized that they were getting allergic to something.

A person is sick from covid from day 1 to day 7. On day 7, they can either get over the covid infection or they can get allergic to something in the covid virus - perhaps the spike protein. So on day 7 of covid infection if a person starts developing symptoms of allergy they should be treated. The symptoms of allergy to Covid include getting more pains, more trouble breathing, or increased tiredness. If those symptoms develope on the 7th day then on the 8th day , the protocol from Dr. Chetty should be used <www.8days.org>

The protocol includes prednisone for one week, antihistamines (allergy medications) for either 5 days or a month depending on which medication is used, and anti-leukotrienes( another allergy med) x 1 month.

Hopefully we will not get Covid but if we do get Covid, check on how you are doing on day 7 that you are not developing more pains, more trouble breathing, or increasingly tired. If that is the case, you should contact a doctor who can prescribe Dr. Chetty's protocol for you. I can prescribe the protocol if you live in California/Massachusets and have seen me before as a patient. I can also individualize supplements which would help you feel better and improve your immune system.

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