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Detoxify Your Body from the Spike

Inga and Will have been heroes to the people I am privileged to serve. They have helped innumerable people with long haul from both the "virus" and the "new product" (using Dr. McCullough's clever words for the jab.)

Inga sent me the following article, noting that they (Inga and Will) have the exact treatment system mentioned in the Dr. Thomas Levy article. This treatment is available to anyone who can make their way to the beautiful mountains of North Carolina. I have personally experienced the treatment and experienced nothing but beneficial effects.

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Here is the link to the article.


Excerpts from the article only. I suggest everyone read it in its entirety.

This article will outline what appears to be a highly successful, readily accessible, and inexpensive therapy for dealing with the Persistent Spike Protein Syndrome, commonly referred to as chronic COVID or "long-haul" COVID, as applied and reported by Dr. Fabrice Leu of Switzerland.

Long-term follow-up on the treated patients remains to be accumulated to determine whether the positive clinical and laboratory outcomes are temporary or permanent. Regardless, the therapy can be applied in minutes in the office setting, and even if there is a periodic resurgence/recurrence of spike protein in any of the patients, it can be repeatedly addressed as needed.

This therapy can offer a great deal of relief to millions of people continuing to suffer from the symptoms of persistent spike protein after their acute COVID-19 infections and/or following one or more vaccinations. Whether the spike protein can ever be completely eradicated (versus just chronically suppressed) remains an issue of great concern to clinicians and their patients.


Clinical and Laboratory Results

Although not conducted as a sizeable and tightly controlled study, the results that were seen were quite striking and indicate that substantial relief could be provided for many people. A total of 10 patients were treated with either one pass of UV-C irradiation by itself or in a multi-pass fashion as the blood specimen was passed back-and-forth through the irradiated ASID line, along with the addition of the 60 cc of oxygen gas in that closed system before being returned to the patient.

2 patients were treated with just the one pass UV-C irradiation. One was 74-years-old who received 4 UV-C one pass treatments over a 4-month period. The D-Dimer improved but did not normalize, going from 863 to 741.

The other patient was a 20-year-old male serving in the Swiss military. He had never been vaccinated. The military required COVID testing routinely every few weeks. He had developed significant pressure in his head for one to two weeks before being seen. As was required on a regular basis in the military, he had a COVID test which came back positive. He received a one pass UV-C treatment, and this was repeated 2 weeks later. His head discomfort resolved, and his D-Dimer went from slightly elevated at 519 to normal at 382. This patient alone not only demonstrates the effectiveness of UV-C blood irradiation, it also strongly implies that the circulating spike protein might be completely eliminated quite easily when such a therapy is given early-on.

8 patients were treated with the UV-C multi-pass + HOT therapy: 3 patients, ages ranging from 65 to 89 were treated. One (65-years-old) had an initial D-Dimer of 2,976. After two treatments separated by a 6-week period the D-Dimer level had dropped to 591. A 58-year-old who presented with a D-Dimer of 1,121 was given two treatments over a 1-week period. The D-Dimer level plummeted to 310. The 89-year-old had a very impressive result, with an initial D-Dimer of 1,996 dropping to 357 with 2 treatments given over a 6-week period.

5 more patients, ages ranging from 40 to 73, presented with symptoms of chronic COVID. 4 of 5 were treated with a single UV-C multi-pass + HOT therapy. No follow-up treatments were given, as these individuals felt well and did not feel the need to return for more treatment or follow-up testing. As a result no follow-up D-Dimer test could be done. The 40-year-old ended up receiving 2 treatments, and did not return after that. Initial D-Dimer levels ranged from 571 to 1,002. While yet to be precisely defined, such positive clinical responses appear to closely correlate with a declining/normalizing D-Dimer level.



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