The Frog Venom and Bee Venom COVID Vaccine Alternative and How to Use Bee Venom and Other Types of Venom to Cure Post COVID Vaccine Syndrome and Long COVID
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WARNING: If you are allergic to bees or bee venom, please consult with a knowledgeable api-therapist before pursuing bee venom therapy.
Studies that have been done in China have demonstrated that local beekeepers have some immunity from COVID-19 infection without previous exposure to the virus. This interesting fact falls into line with another type of venom that has been used in Mexico, Central, and South America as a “jungle vaccine” that has protective, broad-spectrum, vaccine-like effects against viruses, bacteria, fungi, and other pathogenic infections. The “jungle vaccine”, also known as Kambo, causes an anaphylaxis-type response in the body. Bee venom, in contrast, may be administered in a small dose that causes pain, but not necessarily an anaphylactic response.
Venoms from different types of animals have the potential to treat different aspects of COVID-19, Long COVID, and Post-COVID Vaccine Syndrome. Snake venoms, in particular, have affect on blood clotting and cardiovascular function. In this article, we talk briefly about isolated peptides that have been taken from snake venom and used as lead compounds in pharmaceuticals. Though patients may not be able to easily gain access to these pharmaceuticals without asking for them, in some cases, doctors may be able to use them to treat different aspects of COVID, Long COVID, or Post Vaccine Syndrome.
Scientists believe that bee venom works by interacting with the Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme-2 (ACE-2) receptors. As such, it impacts the expression of IgE and IgG antibodies. The use of bee venom in acupuncture therapies in China and elsewhere are effective in treating the following health issues:
- Chronic Pain
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Liver fibrosis
- Inflammation (via melittin and phospholipase A2)
- Parkinson’s Disease / Lewy Body Dementia
- Antiviral Activity against both enveloped and non-enveloped viruses
- Anti-cytokine activity against:
- Interleukin-6 (IL-6)
- Interleukin-8 (IL-8)
- Interferon-γ (IFN-γ)
- Tumor Necrosis Factor-α (TNF-α)
- Lessens negative reactions to chemotherapy
- All cancers but the following have been studied scientifically:
- Malignant melanoma
- Basil cell carcinoma
- Breast cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Post Herpetic Neuralgia (shingles),
- Warts (including planters warts)
- Epstein Barr virus (EBV)
- Lyme Disease
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Menstrual cramps
- Irregular periods
- Mood swings
Melittin is a substance in bee venom that can either lessen inflammation or increase inflammation. In bee venom treatment, the goal is to utilize the anti-inflammatory properties by administering the proper dose of Melittin that results in an reduced expression of pro-inflammatory cytokines such as:
- Nuclear Factor-Kappa B (NF-κB),
- Extracellular Signal-Regulated Kinases (ERK1/2),
- Protein Kinase Akt
Bee venom contains a substance called Phospholipase A2 that is most famous for its role in preventing the metastasis of cancer, but for Post COVID Vaccine Syndrome sufferers, the Phospholipase A2 in bee venom has a protective effect on the kidneys. A number of patients who get the COVID Vaccine develop glomerulonephritis or they experience a flare up of glomerulonephritis after having recovered from this kidney problem. Bee venom can help protect patients from developing this problem and it may also be able to help reverse it in individuals who have Post COVID Vaccine Syndrome.
Bee venom has the ability to increase the number of T cells in immune disorders, but scientists have to admit that they aren’t entirely sure how it works to calm chronic inflammatory diseases like Post COVID Vaccine Syndrome. Nonetheless, bee venom does have a significant and noticeable affect on autoimmune diseases and disorders. What is clear to scientists is the fact that the phospholipase A2 in bee venom reduces levels of certain cytokines and inflammatory cells.
Immune System Activation by Bee Venom
Bee venom can be used to generally stimulate the human immune system in order to prevent the development of various infectious diseases. When properly used, bee venom activates both the cellular immune system as well as the humoral immune system. As such, bee venom can be used as a natural vaccine that works to combat not just COVID-19, but also H1N1, cytomegaloviruses, cancer, HIV, and a wide variety of cold and flu viruses, and more.
How to Get Bee Venom Therapy to Prevent COVID or to Treat Post COVID Vaccine Syndrome or Long COVID
There are a number of people in various parts of the world who administer “apitherapy” or “api-therapy”. Do a search for a practitioner near you who administers apitherapy as a type of acupuncture treatment.
Frog Venom / Kambo “Jungle Vaccine”
The Kambo “Jungle Vaccine” causes a similar physiological response as bee venom therapy in patients though it contains very different peptides and mechanisms of action. People in Mexico, Central America, and South America use the venom of specific frogs that are found in these regions as a vaccine against not only COVID-19, but a wide variety of viral and bacterial infections. The Kambo vaccine works for 6 months to a year as a general vaccine against infection.
Vaccination using frog venom involves a tiny superficial burn that can be placed anywhere on the body. The venom is then administered as a creamy substance onto the burned area of the skin. A strong anaphylactic response often occurs shortly after administration. Those who receive the vaccine may vomit, feel nausea, dizziness, and other short-lived symptoms for 10 to 15 minutes. Many people receive Kambo treatments over the course of several weeks to get the full dose while others receive the full dose in one treatment. A number of doctors in Mexico received Kambo treatments at the beginning of the pandemic to avoid developing the COVID infection.
How to Get the Kambo Jungle Vaccine to Prevent COVID or to Treat Post COVID Vaccine Syndrome or Long COVID
The Kambo Jungle Vaccine may be able to prevent or treat Post-COVID Vaccine Syndrome. Obviously, this type of vaccine is only available in certain areas of the world. Contact us via email at AlivenHealthy.com for information about how to receive the Kambo Jungle Vaccine in Mexico:
People who are bitten by snakes often experience symptoms that are similar to individuals who are afflicted with COVID-19. This has led some researchers to examine drugs that are derived from snake venom along with peptides in snake venom that could be developed into pharmaceuticals as COVID-19 treatment options. Below are several pharmaceutical agents that may be able to treat or prevent the development of ARDS, multi-organ failure, and blood clotting problems caused by a COVID-19 infection. Certain snake venom derivatives may also be able to prevent blood clots caused by the COVID vaccine.
The pharmaceutical agents that we talk about below are derived from different venomous snakes to treat cardiovascular problems and blood clotting disorders. Though most doctors will not think to use these drugs on patients, especially those at risk of developing blood clots due to the COVID vaccine, patients in need of treatment may be able to get a prescription for some of these medications under certain circumstances:
Captopril: Captopril was the first drug ever developed that was based on a snake venom protein. It was created over 40 years ago and since that time a number of other snake venom peptides have become lead compounds for the development of new types of medicine. Captopril is used to treat high blood pressure and kidney disease in diabetic patients. It is also used to treat heart failure in patients who have recently suffered a heart attack.
Captofril has been suggested as a COVID-19 treatment because it inhibits ACE and strongly decreases Ang II. It also increases bradykinin-related effects on the bradykinin 2 receptor while increasing the effects of Nitric Oxide.
Aggrastat / Tirofiban: Tirofiban reduces the risk of a heart attack by modulating blood clotting. This drug has been proposed by snake venom specialists because it can prevent the hyperactivation of platelets and the resulting thrombocytopenia that developes in some COVID patients. It also has the ability to prevent pulmonary embolism (blood clots in the lungs). As such, this drug could also theoretically be used to prevent blood clots in patients receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
Integrilin / Eptifibatide: This drug is used to treat acute coronary syndrome. It diminishes the risk of a second heart attack and death. It is sometimes used in patients who are undergoing a percutaneous coronary treatment. In COVID patients it has the ability to prevent hyperactivation of platelets and the resulting thrombocytopenia. Like Tirofiban, Eptifibatide has the ability to prevent blood clots in the lungs.
Other Important Links:
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