A friend's experience with covid
Here's a friend's experience with covid -- 4 weeks bed ridden! 90+ year old mother bed ridden 5 weeks. I asked him what they did to treat it.
2/18/21 9:51 AM:
Yup. We've all had the 'rona at our hacienda, My nonagenarian mother got through it OK, except for a bit of dehydration. It was miserable for a few weeks, but nowhere near as bad as
Look at the top actors shoving these shots, and their published stances on population control. They're trying to achieve their goals.
Thursday, February 18, 2021, 06:47:59 PM:
What supplements did you take to treat it? How long did it last? Lose your sense of smell? How bad a flu is it, compared to most?
Fri, 19 Feb 2021 03:15:39:
New HCQ Rxs can't be filled in Nevada, under penalty of loss of Pharmacist license
Mom was bedridden for 4-5 weeks, son ~4 weeks, me ~3 weeks I could have used 4 weeks but somebody had to keep things going.
Mom lost her sense of smell years ago, my son and I didn't notice any particular loss of smell. Loss of sense of smell is thought to be due to the body's limited zinc supply being consumed in fighting viral replication. We had plenty of zinc onboard.
Not too bad, mild cough and congestion, mostly just listless and in desperate need of rest.
DISCLAIMER: We are not medical professionals but can read what they say in the various articles linked on this site. Think for yourself. Make up your own mind.
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