Treatment Options for Long Covid and Covid 19 Vaccine Adverse Events

This essay constitutes my notes on how to treat long covid. It is my assumption that the treatments that are useful for long covid will also be useful for managing vaccine injury. (Please note this is an assumption).

Looking at the Ministry of health site and Health Navigator, there is good information about the definition but they offer very little information about the mechanism and only suggest ‘rest’ as treatment advice, discussing the fact that this is a new phenomenon and more research is needed on treatment.

With limited evidence-based treatment options, it is necessary to go back to first principles and consider the mechanism and deduce what might be helpful. We can also consider similar conditions such chronic fatigue syndrome and consider what might be likely to offer benefit.

The most help seems to come from the Integrative medicine specialists.

Treating Long Covid: How to Block the Spike Protein – – Mail

I have based this guide predominantly on the information in the “Spike Protein Detox Guide”.

It is important to note that the guide is based on emerging evidence and clinical experience and not level 1 evidence

The goal of treatment is to block the spike protein from interacting with the cells, reduce inflammation especially within the endothelium of blood vessels and in the nervous system, restore balance to the coagulation system.

1 Food. Use whole foods. Avoid sugar, processed carbs and PUFA (vegetable oils). Consider using a fast-mimicking diet such as ‘Keto’ combined with fasting to facilitate apoptosis (Cell recycling and repair)

2 Sleep and rest

3 Movement. It seems important not to over-exercise during this time. Rest allows the body to heal.

4 Relationships and Community. Support during this difficult time from friends, family and health professionals you trust.

5 Sauna

6 Hydration

7 Supplements, herbal medicines and repurposed medicines.

These fall into groups

1 Spike protein inhibitors; Prunella vulgaris, pine needle tea, emodin, neem, dandelion leaf extract, ivermectin

2 Spike protein neutralisers; NAC, (N-acetylcysteine has been shown to produce a 3-fold weakening of binding affinity of the spike protein with the ACE-2 receptor) glutathione, fennel tea, star anise tea, pine needle tea, St John’s wart. comfrey leaf, vit C  

3 Substances to protect the ACE 2 receptors: Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine with zinc, Quercetin with zinc, Fisetin.

4 Anti-inflammatories targeting IL-6, Boswellia serrata, dandelion leaf extract, Black cumin (Nigella sativa), fish oil, cinnamon, Vit D3, Mg++, Turmeric (Curcumin)

5 Furin inhibition to prevent the cleavage of spike protein, Rutin, Limonene, Baicalein, Hesperidin.

6 Serine protease inhibition, Green tea, Potato tubers, blue green algae, Soybeans, NAC, Boswellia.

Also Milk Thistle extract.

Other treatments in the FLCCC protocol I-Recover, – Bing recommends ivermectin, prednisone, low dose naltrexone, omega 3s, vit D3 Fluvoxamine, Turmeric, Melatonin

Dr Patterson uses, Maraviroc, a stain and ivermectin

Although not mentioned in the articles I referenced, I would include Intravenous Vit C, in combination with Mg++ and NAC due to excellent results with Fatigue following Glandular Fever and Chronic Fatigue syndrome.

So, the top 10

Vit D

Vit C, (IV if available)

NAC, N acetylcysteine, (IV if available)


Black Cumin seed (Nigella)





Milk thistle extract

Glen Davies