Connecting the Dots after Covid

“The truth is still hard to find.”

In 2021 the global life insurance industry was expecting that COVID-19 deaths would decline after increased vaccination rates throughout 2021 but the opposite was the case. Some insurers were experiencing even 40% increase in death rates for individuals age 18 to 64 years old[1] which highly affected the payouts that went from $3.5 billion for the whole of 2020 to $5.5 billion only in the first nine months of 2021.[2] Obviously, risk modellers take everything into account from variants, vaccines, even lockdowns. The question is important to be asked: we need to find out why these issues are coming to a head and if there is a connection to the vaccines. Some might argue there is not a connection at all, others are convinced that the side effects are too alarming, like scientists and medical experts in South Africa who are now demanding that the government suspends Covid jabs “because of the mounting and indisputable evidence that they cause unprecedented levels of harm, including death.”[3]

Many types of health complications, sudden incidents and death—from heavy menstrual bleeding[4], through heart problems to infant mortality—are now associated with the COVID-19 vaccines but the truth is hard to find. After the Thai princess’ heart issue and sudden collapse following her third booster the official cause was determined to be bacterial infection though medical experts say it does not make sense. According Sucharit Bhakdi, a former professor of microbiology at the University of Mainz in Germany and a world expert on the immune system and arterial disease, the recent coma mystery of the Thai princess Bajrakitiyabha was “an adverse reaction to the COVID jab. She was previously healthy with no known medical conditions.”[5] This is not an unprecedented case—lately we can hear about similar incidents quite frequently with the causes remaining officially unknown.

The data, on the other hand, can show more definite figures regarding the possible health risks of vaccination. Several researches have been conducted over the years long before the COVID-19 vaccines were created. Here is a conclusion of a research study which reaffirms the connection they found in 2011 between vaccine doses and infant mortality rates.

“There is a positive correlation between infant vaccines and infant mortality rates. This relationship is most pronounced in analyses of the most highly developed homogenous nations but is attenuated in background noise in analyses of nations with heterogeneous socioeconomic variables. Health authorities in all nations have an obligation to determine whether their immunization schedules are achieving desired goals. More investigations into the health outcomes of vaccinated vs. unvaccinated populations and the effect of vaccinations on all-cause mortality are imperative.”[6]

The problem is much broader, apparently, and the number of risks is high. E.g. the exact risk of developing Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS)—an autoimmune disease that affects the nerves outside the brain and spinal cord (the peripheral nerves) and can cause severe muscle weakness—after receiving any COVID-19 vaccine is still being studied and monitored. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), all COVID-19 vaccines currently authorized for emergency use in the United States have been associated with an increased risk of GBS, mainly the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine (Adenovirus Vector-19 vaccine).

Myocarditis—inflammation of the heart muscle that can cause chest pain, shortness of breath, and heart palpitations—is another health condition associated with the Covid vaccines. According to the CDC, there have been reports of myocarditis following vaccination with COVID-19 vaccines; “the cases have especially been in adolescents and young adult males within several days after mRNA COVID-19 vaccination (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna).”[7] Athletes, especially those who engage in intense or endurance sports, may be at a higher risk of developing myocarditis compared to the general population. The high physical demands on the heart during intense exercise can increase the risk of myocarditis, particularly if the individual has an underlying viral infection or other health condition that can trigger inflammation in the heart muscle.

The list could go on and on. We have come to the place and time when connecting the dots is seen as confrontational rather than creating dialogue in order to make an informed decision based on comparing all the evidence. The truth is hard to find but interestingly, the magic pill (or liquid, in this case) is recommended by those who reportedly “don’t use magic just basic infection control.” Vaccines still remain the no. 1 recommendations to prevent the virus but your choice to rely on your natural immunity and alternatives to pharmaceutical drugs remains. There might not be one specific natural medicine that has been officially proven to be highly effective in treating or preventing COVID-19, you might still want to choose natural ways of prevention and treatment. Here is a list we put together to achieve that.

After Covid Protocol:

Laktokhan: 1 capsule before breakfast and dinner. The immune health of the gut lining, the mucosal layer within the gut, influences your intestinal flora and your entire immune system. This protective barrier separates what you consume and the inner intestinal wall.

Melapure® Melatonin: 30mg per day taken two hours before bed. A powerful antioxidant and a biocompatible competitor of hydrazine in reduction of graphene oxide (GO).

Immunity 4 in 1: 2 capsules 3 times per day with food. A single ingredient is rarely as effective as when taken with other supporting nutrients. It contains pure vitamin C, a powerful detoxing agent against heavy metal poisoning, useful for graphene oxide removal; pure vitamin D; quercetin, a flavonoid which is antiviral and anti-inflammatory and citrus bioflavonoids.

Zinc picolinate: 1 capsule twice per day taken with food. Zinc is involved in more than 200 enzymatic reactions and plays a key role in genetic expression, cell division, and growth.

Thymus Gland: 3 capsules 3 times per day taken with food. The thymus gland produces T-cells, our body’s immune defence, and plays a significant role in the regulation of adaptive immune responses. Insufficiencies of the thymus gland may lead to abnormal thymic function and may be an intrinsic factor for severe long term covid disease among younger individuals.

L-Glycine: 2 capsules taken 3 times per day with Thymus Gland. The amino acid glycine is for the biosynthesis of heme (iron), a key component of hemoglobin, essential for red blood cell integrity and optimal oxygen capacity.

Raw desiccated Thyrodine® Complex: 1 capsule with breakfast and dinner. Thyroid is running close to epidemic levels, affecting radiation toxicity and hormone imbalance.

Lumbrokinase: 30mg 3 times per day taken with Thymus Gland. It is for the degradation of prion peptides and amyloids with improved cell viability. Currently unavailable in Canada but can be ordered from the USA.

CLAW Therapy: 3 capsules 2 times per day. An oral chelation therapy with EDTA designed to safely remove heavy metals from the body.  Increased incidence of thyroid disease can be linked to an over-burden of toxins by pollution. Available only to health care practitioners under the Doctor’s Choice brand.

DMSO Liquid and Colloidal Silver spray (20% ethanol): add 30 drops of DMSO liquid into a 50ml bottle of Colloidal Silver, shake well and spray once into each nostril and once in the mouth. Reduces the pathogenicity risk of COVID-19 by up to 88%.


[1] Hilton, John. 2022.

[2] Cohn, Carolyn – Hussain, Noor Zainab. 2022.

[3] Harris, Niamh. 2023.

[4] The European Medicines Agency (EMA) recommended adding heavy menstrual bleeding to the list of side effect of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines made by Moderna, Pfizerand BioNTech. “Reports of heavy periods – bleeding characterised by increased volume and/or duration that interferes with the quality of life – have been observed during clinical trials, from cases in the real world and in medical literature, the EMA said.” (Grover, Natalie. 2022.)

[5] Daily Telegraph NZ. 2023.

[6] Goldman, Gary S. – Miller, Neil, Z. 2023.

[7] Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 2022.