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Robin123
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Hi all - I checked with my doc when covid started and he said to increase what I was already taking for immune support. No covid, and no increase in Lyme symptoms.

This has been my daily protocol:
1) up to 10gms of Vit C
2) 5000IU Vit D, as liquid drops. Each drop is 100IU, so it's a dropperful and a half, squirted into something with fat in it, so I squirt it into the cereal milk
3) capsules of turmeric powder, one in the am and pm. 00-size capsules. Turmeric is anti-inflam.
4) capsules of Host Defense. Each capsule has 17 dried mushrooms in it. Mushrooms are anti-viral. We can also just eat a lot of mushrooms.

I've been out the entire time, since I need ongoing chiro care. I've had 3 negative tests so far. So I'm feeling like the immune boosting program I'm doing is working!

I am SOOOO sorry that this conversation is not allowed by the Dept of Public Health. I have really tried, but they shut down the conversation. I really think Lyme patients could teach them a thing or two about how to protect the immune system. And there are so many different supplements we use, too. Mine are just 4 of them.

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hiker53
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Robin, Glad you are doing well!, [Smile]

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Carol in PA
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Yes to the Vitamin D3 supplements!

This is an excellent way to reduce influenza and death from respiratory problems.
There are a number of studies that support this. Here is a recent one:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7468980/

You may want to look into taking Vitamin K along with your D3.


Another thing to keep on hand is Oscillococcinum.
I've had two occasions to use this and found it effective.

Elderberry extract is also good to cut short symptoms.

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