Thursday, December 30, 2021

Quercetin Phytosome and other natural ways to boost the immune system

Legal Note: I am NOT a doctor or other medical professional, and nothing I write in this article or on this website should be taken as medical advice. I cannot diagnose or treat any illness, nor is that the intent of this article. Please exercise personal responsibility and carefully consider the information in this article as to its suitability for your particular circumstances. You you are sick, or think you may be sick, please consult a medical professional. 

As reported by Dr. Joseph Mercola, Dr. Bryan Ardis, several medical studies, and other sources, Quercetin Phytosome seems to fight COVID as effectively as Hydroxychloroquine, yet it is easier to find. Other natural ways to boost the immune system, such as vitamin C, vitamin D3, and Zinc, are also being suggested, including by the Florida Surgeon General, Dr. Joseph Ladapo. 

I will give sources for these statements below. A couple of the sources I list give further sources for their content. There is a lot of information here for your continued investigation.

My personal belief is that in most cases natural methods of dealing with COVID are at least as effective as vaccines and "officially approved" medical treatments, with much less risk of potential negative side effects. But, again, this is my opinion. Please do you own research and form your own opinion. 

These nutritional supplements can easily be found, at least currently. But with ongoing supply chain problems, and government's disdain for anything other than vaccines for COVID, this situation could change in the future. Here are some links to these supplements on Amazon:
I am an Amazon affiliate, so anything you order from Amazon through these links helps support this website at no additional cost to you. Thank you!

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