A new study by researchers at Salk Institute for Biological Studies shows that the distinctive “spike” proteins of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, play a key role in the disease itself. Published on April 30 in Circulation Research, the also study shows conclusively that COVID-19 is a vascular disease, demonstrating exactly how the SARS-CoV-2 virus damages and attacks the … Continue reading Salk Institute study shows “spike” protein used in vaccine causes severe vascular damage to healthy cells
Hospitals like to use certain plasma that is made up of antibodies from people who have recovered from the China flu to help new China flu victims recover, but the Covid vaccines wipe out those antibodies, rendering their plasma useless. That means only people who have NOT received the blood-clotting, spike protein injections can donate … Continue reading SHOCKER: Red Cross is warning all Americans that Covid-vaccinated humans are INELIGIBLE for donating plasma… does that mean their blood and organs are also contaminated with spike proteins?
New research from the Salk Institute has inadvertently revealed that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “spike” proteins, which are forever generated inside the body following an experimental gene therapy (mRNA) injection, are directly responsible for causing injury and death. Salk insists that only the “virus” spike proteins are dangerous and not the ones found in vaccines, but anyone … Continue reading Covid-19 vaccine spike proteins are killing people, not merely the “virus”
The symptoms of COVID-19 may very well be eldritch horrors. In most cases, it can appear as cough, fever, chills and headache. But in severe cases, it can cause acute kidney failure and multiple organ damage – strange symptoms for what’s known as mainly a respiratory infection. How COVID-19 causes the latter, in particular, was the focus … Continue reading The coronavirus may actually be a vascular – and not a respiratory – disease
An Italian study investigated the anti-inflammatory properties of cucumber (Cucumis sativus) on vascular endothelial cells that line the inner side of blood vessels. It concluded that cucumber-derived extracts could protect the endothelium’s vulnerable cells against the inflammation caused by lipopolysaccharides. The study was supported by the University of Bologna. Its findings were published in the journal BMC … Continue reading Cucumbers suppress inflammation in vascular endothelial cells