Important: Possible breakthrough about mRNA-related heart problems!
Important: this is an essay by Gary Moller, reflecting upon what he has observed in the Clinic. I do not and can not diagnose health problems or give treatment recommendations. The intention here is to help guide nutrition and lifestyle to support medical treatment: consult your doctor).
The video above: If this is what her tongue is doing, imagine what her heart might also be doing!
We've been trying to figure out what is behind the rash of subtle heart problems associated with the mRNA jab. We know that something is very wrong with these people but medical tests are almost always negative. The distressed person is consequently sent home with something like anti-anxiety medication and a painkiller and told to rest up for a few days. A rib cartilage strain, indigestion and an anxiety attack have been common diagnoses. All of these are obviously incorrect.
What we do know is something is very wrong but what?
We may have a possible breakthrough, triggered by a client I have been assisting for a year or so. This person suffered an autoimmune disorder triggered by a surgical mesh that was inserted into her body to correct an organ prolapse. Read about it here:
That she had an autoimmune reaction was confirmed by a blood test for antinuclear antibodies (ANA). You can read all about ANA testing here:
When she was reading my article here, she noticed that the videos of the muscle twitching and quivering were identical to what she suffered.
An autoimmune reaction to the spike protein concentrating in heart tissue would explain the heart problems. But how do we confirm this?
Here is what I want my readers to do:
Let's do some citizen research.
If you or someone you know has suffered even the mildest of what seem to be heart issues in the months following the mRNA jab, please go to your doctor and ask to be thoroughly tested, including blood tests which are listed here:
Make sure the ANA test is included.
Once the results are in, send me the reports along with any diagnosis and advice from the doctor and describe your signs and symptoms. Include your pulse and blood pressure recordings, the water bottle test and video of your tongue. I will then comment. No charge for my time. Let's see if we get any positives for the tests, especially ANA.