...COVID Vaccine Antidote? Pine Needle Tea Inhibits RNA ...
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It reveals that suramin inhibits blood coagulation or blood clots (a major theme throughout the entire COVID op) - the very issue that caused officials to be wary of the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccines, causing many European nations to ban them, and also causing the US CDC at one point to halt them.
Is this a possible COVID vaccine antidote? The drug suramin is dervied from pine needles, which can ingested as tea, to inhibit blood coagulation and RNA replication.
Is there a possible COVID vaccine antidotewhich could protect those who have been injected with the concoction passing itself off as a COVID vaccine? Dr. Judy Mikovits thinks so. Mikovits, who was featured in the Plandemic film, recently revealed the name of it (which you can hear in this video excerpt): suramin. The disturbing horror stories of the COVID vaxxed never seem to end. Firstly, there are all the numerous adverse effects of those who have taken the COVID non-vaccine including migraines, bruising, heavy and irregular menstruation, miscarriages, potential sterility and potentially lethal blood clotting. (You can read what people are self-reporting at this Reddit group – scary). Then, there is the bizarre phenomenon of the COVID vaxxed transmitting these effects to the unvaccinated just by being around them. On top of that, there is the phenomenon of magnets sticking to the COVID vaxxed at the injection site. The point of the COVID non-vaccine is to introduce synthetic spike proteins into the body, so that the body will make antibodies against them, antibodies which will supposedly protect you against SARS-CoV-2. While there are many problems with this theory – including the fact there is no real SARS-CoV-2 and that spike proteins rest on the unfounded assumption of an isolated and purified virus – there is also the distinct danger that these synthetic spike proteins will cause you harm. This is where the possible COVID vaccine antidote comes in.
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