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What’s All The Buzz About Quercetin?

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Posted By: Magnante, 11/2/2021 3:35:41 AM

Quercetin has been in the news lately, particularly as one of many potential therapeutics that might have some benefit in the prevention or treatment of COVID infection. Is there anything to this? Big media and the medical establishment are quick to pounce on any “unapproved” potential therapeutics that haven’t gone through large prospective randomized clinical trials and don’t have the seal of FDA approval. (snip) if history is a guide, it may soon be maligned as dog and cat medicine, the same of which can be said for many drugs taken by humans but also used in animals.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: stablemoney 11/2/2021 3:51:15 AM (No. 964195)
It was about something else. Getting rid of Trump, and keeping the Democrats in control forever. BTW, the GOP is no longer the party of business, at least not big business, who have thrown their lot with the Democrats and the Chicoms. Trump says he didn't listen to Dr. Fauci. Really?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Trigger2 11/2/2021 4:34:41 AM (No. 964207)
If it's proven beneficial, the FDA will not approve it. It'd be considered antithema to Dr. Death Fauci.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: mean Gene 11/2/2021 4:57:18 AM (No. 964225)
If theraputics are even admitted to, the "jabs" lose their "Emergency Authorization." If that happens, Big Pharma loses BILLIONS. So, look for Quercetin to be demonized like Ivermectin was and HQC was.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Knotwyrkin 11/2/2021 6:02:43 AM (No. 964246)
"Which leads me to ask, has this been only about the virus or something else?" Something else.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Granddanny 11/2/2021 6:52:57 AM (No. 964265)
If treatment is stay home until you have to go to the hospital, why wouldn't it be prudent to try anything that has shown antiviral effects?
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 11/2/2021 7:45:11 AM (No. 964296)
We are on our own to survive covid, because our doctors cannot be trusted to help (protecting their job is far more important than saving our life); and our local hospital protocol can kill us if they use the vent on us. When you cannot get HCQ or Ivermectin, try to find the weaker alternatives at the vitamin shop: quercitin and black cumin seed (Nigella Sativa). Add vitamin D3, C, zinc, NAC and Pepcid. Don't forget a baby aspirin to keep the blood thin. Your doctor MIGHT be brave enough to call in a Z pack and a Budesonide inhaler for you, which would be most helpful.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Maggie2u 11/2/2021 8:07:08 AM (No. 964311)
We've been taking Quercetin for a couple of months now. Twice a day and the bottle is almost empty. Better buy a couple of dozen bottles before the government bans it. The last sentence of the article asks a question we have all been asking for over a year now...FTA...'Which leads me to ask, has this been only about the virus or something else?' Something else. First to get rid of President Trump and now to slowly take our freedoms away.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Judah 11/2/2021 8:25:58 AM (No. 964341)
About 10 years ago my Dr insisted I get a pneumonia shot. One of the worst decisions I ever made. I did not have an immediate reaction to the shot but several months later and still to this day, I get some type of illness that lasts for months. All types of testing is done and results are, thankfully, negative. After getting disgusted with the medical field, I went to a store where the owner practiced natural healing. He recommended Quercetin, among other vitamins, and I have been taking it ever since. Of course I have never had another vaccine including this Covid vaccine. Quercetin has anti-inflammatory properties and is totally harmless. Of course that will probably be the thing that causes the democrats to ban it.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: lakerman1 11/2/2021 8:46:34 AM (No. 964367)
Try to follow me here. It will require concentration. After World War II, hunting accidents went up, and state agencies were trying to figure out why. One agency hired a psychologist, who designed an experiment to figure out why a hunter would mistakenly shoot another hunter. So the psychologist took photos of people, not animals, and set up slides, which were put on slides. The slides, out of focus, were shown to hunters, telling them to press a button when they saw an animal in the photos. The slides, badly out of focus, were slowly brought into focus. What the psychologist discovered, surprised him. Hunters who misidentified a person as a deer when the slide was out of focus, tended to continue to believe it was a deer, even when the slide was fully in focus, and the target clearly was a person, not a deer. So the psychologist came up with a solution - hunter orange, which caused hunters to immediately not misidentify the target. Fauci and the CDC need hunter orange. (If you followed my example, you would have enjoyed my graduate seminars.)
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Reply 10 - Posted by: ScarletPimpernel 11/2/2021 9:02:50 AM (No. 964398)
My husband and recently started Dr. Vladimir Zelenko's Prophylaxis Protocol as a measure to prevent or protect against the virus. You can find his different protocols at his website,
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Reply 11 - Posted by: ScarletPimpernel 11/2/2021 9:04:34 AM (No. 964401)
I should have added that Dr. Zelenko's protocols include quercetin. I ordered it from Amazon when I could not find it in the drug stores.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Mofongo 11/2/2021 9:36:26 AM (No. 964438)
I’m on Zelenko’s Z-Stack and weekly Ivermectin through AFLDS. No Covid vax for me.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: udanja99 11/2/2021 10:26:27 AM (No. 964503)
I take Quercetin every day along with D3, C, NAC, zinc with copper, a multi-vitamin, prebiotics and probitotics. Not jabbed and so far, so good, though I’m also prepared if I do get the virus. Quercetin is available everywhere in the vitamin aisle. I saw it yesterday at my local CVS.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Lawsy0 11/2/2021 10:55:35 AM (No. 964545)
I learn more medical information from Dr. Joondeph than any other source (because he also sends me to his source documents). Please don't tell him I have a mad crush on him.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: justavoter 11/2/2021 11:10:52 AM (No. 964577)
Quercetin worked for me along with Zinc, D3 and C.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: starbaby 11/2/2021 11:35:54 AM (No. 964612)
Same here #15. I take other vitamins as well but make sure to take my "covid protocol" first thing every morning, still covid free. Thanks for that link #10, I've bookmarked it for when I run run low on my current stash.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: DVC 11/2/2021 11:56:09 AM (No. 964638)
People are slowly finding out the truth. I got quercetin at the recommendation of one of my Ukrainian biomedical researcher friends in March of last year. She told me then that it was a good protease inhibitor, although I also have a more potent one in stock, too. If I get this Wuhan virus, I'll be taking both of them. I was very fortunate to have managed a number of biological research projects in the former soviet states and gotten to be friends with a number of really top scientists in the field of vaccines and such. Amazing random luck to get that education as a mech engineer, but it happened. In addition to the effects mention by Dr. Joondeph, my scientist friend explained that it's effect as a protealysis inhibitor would interfer with the replication of the virus, and it's ability to infect cells. That sounded great to me, so I bought a bottle, as yet unused, since neither my wife or I have been infected. I'm wondering if we are among the 65-80% who won't get infected, as per the Diamond Princess cruise ship 'experiment'. I suppose now that it will disappear from the shelves.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Toodles3956 11/2/2021 12:07:55 PM (No. 964653)
Most medications are used on animals as well as humans. Think about it, a veterinarian is much smarter that an MD or DO. They have to know the anatomy of many species plus the medicines that will work on one but not another. They perform tedious surgeries on patients that may weigh 2 pounds or less. MD's and DO's only know the anatomy of one species and still haven't figured out that one medication DOES NOT FIT ALL.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Penney 11/2/2021 1:41:38 PM (No. 964791)
The political lefties don't follow the science. Instead, they apparently jump to the most financially profitable conclusion for themselves. There is no such thing as, ''settled,'' science that stops the research.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Zarin 11/2/2021 8:45:59 PM (No. 965269)
Quertecin is anti-viral with the help of zinc (30mg per day) - it is a bioflavonoid. When was 'discovered' to Western science it was briefly called Vitamin P. Elderberries contain quercetin as well as blueberries & capers. Some Chinese herb (sophora?) is the source of much quercitin and is on the list of 50 necessary Chinese herbs. It is anti - inflammatory and acts as an anti-histamine. We use it daily with zinc, Vit D & C to stay well.
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