Today we are all worried about the Covid-19 spike proteins we are constantly being exposed to. Not only from the virus, but also from the vaccines or what they are calling the shedding effect. Can the Budwig protocol help in any way?
A number of doctors are concerned about people with compromised immune systems who are being vaccinated. Firstly, many of us with weakened immunity, especially Hiv/AIDS patients, are incapable of generating antibodies against not only spike proteins, but also the MRNA and many types of viruses. How can we immunize them by injecting in more of same?
So too, injecting these pro-inflammatory triggers into the bloodstream of a person with a hyperactive immune system will exacerbate the problem and give rise to uncontrolled inflammation. The Budwig protocol is something that will help us to control inflammation. It is simple, affordable, readily available and can also be used prophylactically.
We can also take fish-based oils rich in ALA ( Alpha-linolenic acid ) plus DHA, another important omega-3 fatty acid to ward off inflammation induced by Covid-19 plus the vaccines. However, flaxseed oil is a good source of ALA for vegans and vegetarians. It is a vital, essential omega-3 fatty acid. Since the body cannot synthesize it itself, ALA must be supplied daily via food.
Alternatives for vegans
As an alternative to the cottage cheese that is rich in sulphur we can use whey powder. Joanna Budwig originally used quark or fermented goats milk for her patients but somehow she is better known for cottage cheese. Vegans can blend up nuts, leeks, chives, onions and garlic with flaxseed oil and use it as a salad dressing. Creaming this combination up with an avocado pear and pineapple juice would make a wonderful spike protein antidote!