STOP all variants of COVID
An article by Dr Keryn Johnson. Dr Johnson has a PhD in Biochemistry, Masters in Molecular Genetics and a BSc double major in Plant and Microbial Sciences and Biochemistry.
Apitherapy is using bee products for health and wellbeing
I think it might be helpful if I provide this useful information to you with respect to helping those who have tested positive and the regenerative healing benefits of apitherapy and OH BEE HAVE empowering healing with the potential to reduce the impact of COVID-19 transmission and severity of the disease.
The technology that I have developed has the therapeutic potential to benefit those who have COVID, long COVID as well as prevent transmission between people as the product breaks down viruses back into CO2 and water using the power of hydroxyl radicals.
I feel duty-bound to bring this to your attention as well as provide people with the opportunity to use the products for their own protection given the inability of the government and public DHBs to provide suitable technologies to help people get over this viral disease.
This is a GRAS product made from Manuka honey by isolating the royal jelly proteins that perform photo-Fenton chemistry. The physics happening at nanosecond speeds is faster than the virus can replicate and change its genetic sequence through mutations (via quantum tunnelling) and therefore is not subject to the virus's ability to change the proteins on its surface and avoid the antibodies produced in a person's immune system via vaccination or naturally.
Here is the link to the nasal spray:
Here are some recent papers outlining the use of apitherapy products in COVID therapeutic approaches.
Bee products as a source of promising therapeutic and chemoprophylaxis strategies against COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) - PubMed (nih.gov)
COVID-19 pandemic: impacts on bees, beekeeping, and potential role of bee products as antiviral agents and immune enhancers - PubMed (nih.gov)
Fighting against the second wave of COVID-19: Can honeybee products help protect against the pandemic? - ScienceDirect