Do You Have Fluoroquinolone Toxicity And Covid 19

What is the Covid Virus?

 Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that can cause illnesses such as the common cold, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). In 2019, a new coronavirus was identified as the cause of a disease outbreak that originated in China. The virus is known as severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The disease it causes is called coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). In March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic.

Fluoroquinolone Toxicity And Covid 19

 Just typing fluoroquinolone and covid sends chills up my spine, and for good reason. I personally have had been through both and I want to share my experience with my journey and some helpful insights that may help you through both of these diagnosis.

 First I want to really emphasize that I am not a doctor but I really care about health. That is why I am a health coach and help others find a way back to their health. Being afraid of doctors and what they may do to “harm” me with pills, unnecessary procedures and false labels is from being poisoned by Ciprofloxacin.

 So there is a divide between vaccinated and un-vaccinated and choosing what you do with your body is your business. I want you to know that I chose not to get the Covid vaccine for many reasons. I will share with you everything I did right, and a few things I could have done better.

Preparing for Covid, Does it require a vaccine?

One thing I promised myself after taking 27 pills of Cipro and that $30 prescription sending my life down a path I did not expect was to never take another pharmaceutical unless my life depended on it. However what does that mean for Covid? There are people dying and will the vaccine protect me? Those were super real questions I had asked myself so many times. Check out this article I wrote on vaccines.

 So I sat down and did the pros and cons and I felt taking my chances on my immune system and staying away from an experimental vaccine would fit me. So I prepared using supplements, diet, and peptides. Secondly I also added a protocol from the FLCCC, which is an organization of doctors and nurses, that prepared a protocol which I will list below.

What are the symptoms of Covid 19

Signs and symptoms of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may appear 2 to 14 days after exposure. This time after exposure and before having symptoms is called the incubation period. You can still spread COVID-19 before you have symptoms (presymptomatic transmission). Common signs and symptoms can include:

  • Fever

  • Cough

  • Tiredness

Early symptoms of COVID-19 may include a loss of taste or smell.

Other symptoms can include:

  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

  • Muscle aches

  • Chills

  • Sore throat

  • Runny nose

  • Headache

  • Chest pain

  • Pink eye (conjunctivitis)

  • Nausea

  • Vomiting

  • Diarrhea

  • Rash


Ohh No I Have COVID!

 On May 1, 2022 I knew I had Covid, and to make matters worse it was the delta variant. The anxiety, fear and stress that I had that day was overwhelming to say the least. I really want to convey my symptoms so you know what to look out.

 The week leading up to my diagnosis I went for a small hike and within 30 minutes my knees started to hurt and I thought to myself, wow that is something knew. My typical floxie brain kicked in and feared the worst. Rounding out the week on Friday I started sweating in bed which really concerned me. Then on Sunday, the symptoms hit an all time high. That day my fever peaked to 101 degrees and the body aches were massive.

 The rest of the day I spent in bed after verifying I had covid with a rapid test. My first round of things that I did was to get my supplements together, Ivermectin and nebulizing. These were the methods of long covid treatments I chose to fight off acute covid. I do have to say I was a bit worried but I made the decision to fight this without a vaccine.

So What Did I Take?

 First let me say that I grossly underestimated the dose of Ivermectin, but I will elaborate more on that later. If you are going to purchase Ivermectin to combat acute covid you will have to do it carefully. I say this because this countries public policy keeps you from using it for off label use in many states. However they have no problem giving men a heart medication to get an erection, go figure. I purchased my Ivermectin from a very reliable source in Russia which I trust and to get it without any issues click here. Also you can do a consult with many doctors in the US that can get you a prescription and ship you the medication here.

 My dose that I had taken was 3mg a day for 5 days, which I learned later was not enough. I strongly suggest you consult with a doctor but all I can say is that it helped a bit at the dose I had taken. FLCCC suggests .2-.4mg per kg of body weight. So essentially I should have been taking 12mg per day for 5 days. This will be my issues with a covid reoccurrence weeks later and more on that later.

 I also used a protocol from the front line critical care collaborative (FLCCC). Below I will link to their acute, long and vaccine protocols to help guide you if you also contract the virus. As far as supplements I used my own protocol mixed with the FLCCC protocol. If you are looking to get 10% off all of these supplements that I took and get access to the exact protocol click here.

 Rounding out my supplements included the following;

  1. Vitamin C

  2. Vitamin ADEK

  3. Quercetin

  4. Zinc

  5. Black Cumin Seed

  6. NAD

  7. Resveratrol

  8. Brocolli Sprouts

  9. Mito Q

  10. Probiotics

  11. B Vitamins

  12. Electrolytes

  13. Magnesium

 I can say this stack of supplements really did keep me alive and did help balance my immune system. I love supplements and always have because they are a great way to optimize your health in conjunction with a healthy diet.  

My Post Acute Covid Story

 So let me be completely clear, Covid is no joke and you really should prepare your body at all times to combat this disease. I chose the path less traveled because I do not trust big pharma, the media and the billions of dollars at stake for an experimental vaccine. That is my opinion, view point and prerogative and I am entitled to it. Does that make me right? No but the sheer fact I made a choice for my health gives me a sense of security.

 After 12 days I was back to work, riding my bike and spending time with my family. Here is the issue, I pushed myself physically like Covid never happened. I am guessing you are saying to yourself that may have been a bad decision, and trust me it was. My immune system took a back seat every time I pushed physically and mentally. I am horrible at “listening” to my body and I hope you do not make the same mistake I did.

 Doing “too much” pushed my body into an autoimmune like state and my Lyme disease symptoms came back. These intermittent symptoms like joint pain, muscle pain and tendon tightness reared back into my life. Obviously this is not something I thought would happen but it did. So quickly I intervened with more supplements, an IV therapy and a peptide called TA1. Finally I rounded off the protocol with 3 days of Ivermectin at 12mg a day.

 I really want to state that if you follow the FLCCC protocol or seeing a doctor who helps treat this Covid 19 virus you can stay healthy. Luckily my primary doctor helped guide me through the symptoms I was having after covid and I am so grateful for his continued support in my health. After years of being angry at doctor and the medical system I am so honored to have someone finally fight for my health as hard as I do.

 So please take Covid seriously and prepare your body to fight this virus. In doing so you will be ready to fight off this infection and hopefully come out without any real issues. Please share your Covid story below.