It looks like COVID 2.0 is inevitable now that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted approval (for people aged 12 and older) and emergency use authorization or EUA (for children and babies between six months and 11 years old) for the latest Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “booster” shot “vaccines” from Pfizer and Moderna.
As many expected, the FDA granted emergency use authorization for the shots at warp speed on September 11, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) gave its blessing for them just one day later. Now we wait as hordes of covidiots line up to get shot, again, in the coming weeks as it gets distributed to doctor’s offices, pharmacies, and health clinics all around the country.
If these new COVID shots actually stayed inside the bodies of those who take them, the rest of us would have little to worry about in terms of getting sick ourselves. The sad truth, though, is that a growing body of evidence points to “shedding” as being a very real thing, meaning you can “catch” whatever those vials contain simply from being near someone who was recently jabbed.
Is there anything we can do to help protect ourselves? The good news is that there is. You will recall that back during COVID 1.0, Dr. Vladimir Zelenko gained notoriety for his Z-Stack formula, which contains a combination of zinc, quercetin, vitamin C, and vitamin D.
Former President Donald Trump famously took Z-Stack after he tested “positive” for the Fauci Flu, and millions of Americans followed his lead either by purchasing the supplement outright or by purchasing its individual ingredients and taking them as part of their own customized anti-COVID protocol.
(Related: Check out our earlier coverage to learn more about Dr. Zelenko’s hydroxychloroquine-zinc protocol, which counteracts what he calls a “war against God.”)
While we cannot outright promote Z-Stack or any other dietary supplement as being effective against COVID, we can share with you how the formula is helping people. After all, Dr. Zelenko created it with the intention of providing natural protection for people against all kinds of viruses.
During COVID 1.0, zinc received a lot of attention, particularly from the independent media, because the mineral is a powerful immune system activator. The World Council for Health (WCH) recommends taking zinc for immune protection, along with quercetin, vitamin C, and vitamin D, all of which are also included in Z-Stack.
All four Z-Stack ingredients – zinc, quercetin, vitamin C, and vitamin D – have been scientifically shown to support immune health by equipping the body both with defensive and offensive tools against disease.
Two other beneficial compounds that landed on the anti-COVID radar the last time around were ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, two FDA-approved drugs that are now in inexpensive generic form. Both drugs are considered to be about as safe and effective as it gets for a pharmaceutical, and both target coronaviruses in a way unlike anything the establishment has been pushing, i.e., face masks and “vaccines.”
Regardless of whether COVID is real or not, it is still beneficial to maintain robust immunity, especially during the colder fall and winter months when natural exposure to vitamin D-producing sunlight is limited. Stocking up on immune-boosting foods and nutrients may just come in handy for whatever comes next.
“The real question is: Will America and the world go into unnecessary and ineffective masking, social distancing, and lockdowns?” asked one media report.
“Hopefully we can skip the folly and focus on early ambulatory treatment to snuff out this outbreak before it gets out of hand.”
One of the best ways to stay safe against disease is to eat right, stay hydrated, and get plenty of rest. Learn more at Health.news.
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