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Dandelions (yes, the weed) block S1 (spike) proteins from binding to ACE2 receptors

 
Shaun Kaven
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Dandelions (yes, the weed) block S1 (spike) proteins from binding to ACE2 receptors
Here is the German study. This stuff is gold.

[link to www.biorxiv.org (secure)]

I would call it a poor man’s ivermectin except ivermectin is really cheap ($3 a bottle and over-the-counter in Colombia).

This is an in vitro study but very conclusive. If you’re too lazy to read it, it’s the dandelion leaves that you want, not the flower pedals. You could make a tea. I’d be careful about just picking them from peoples’ lawns though since most idiots use copious amounts of pesticides to maintain a boring, monotonous lawn. Pesticides = cancerous.
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“Survival Dan” wrote a blog summary of the paper as well that you can find here.

[link to survivaldan101.com (secure)]

Help me bump this, it could save lives. If you are living with or near people who have been vaccinated, you need to be drinking dandelion tea.

Come on GLP, let’s battle the depopulation agenda at every turn. They thought they won with 4 out if every 5 pregnancies now being lost among the vaccinated in the first trimester. Billions spent on their nefarious research. All to be negated by a common weed! Poetic justice!
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We live in a very backward world. Thanks for the info.
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Time to make some Dandelion wine!
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Dandelion juice (the white stuff inside the stems) will actually cure warts. I tried it when I was a child on my toes and it worked.
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Put some dandelion leaves you your salad
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Thank you for this information
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I’ve got half a yard full of them.
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I’ve got half a yard full of them.
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I see my neighbors put down all kinds of weed preventative fertilizers to control them. I just let them go and harvest them. The spring leaves are super crisp and great in salads, and then as summer rolls on they develop into rather large plants which I pull and use to make Dandelion Wine. I also dry it and mix it with other herbs and medicinal plants I cultivate for teas. They're a great plant, too bad they are hated by the normies.
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Drink Chicory Tea.
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I’ve got half a yard full of them.
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I see my neighbors put down all kinds of weed preventative fertilizers to control them. I just let them go and harvest them. The spring leaves are super crisp and great in salads, and then as summer rolls on they develop into rather large plants which I pull and use to make Dandelion Wine. I also dry it and mix it with other herbs and medicinal plants I cultivate for teas. They're a great plant, too bad they are hated by the normies.
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I love my weeds.
It’s they who brings the bees.

My dad, who’s in his mid 70’s would be horrified, his lawns got close to golf greens....
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Thank you very much OP. I like collecting every bit of this sort of info I can find. It sounds from reading the study, like dandelion tea could possibly be a great thing to drink as a preventative or after viral infection to lessen the symptoms.

Unless I'm reading the study wrong, it doesn't appear dandelion is likely to help with any of the side effects or issues people are having from the acutual vaccines. Am I interpreting things correctly in that regard?
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Unless I'm reading the study wrong, it doesn't appear dandelion is likely to help with any of the side effects or issues people are having from the acutual vaccines. Am I interpreting things correctly in that regard?
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as i understand it, the vaccines are causing problems because they cause cells to create the spike protein, which is what causes covid. this study shows that dandelion leaf blocks the spike protein from attaching to cells, so i think it would help against the negative side effects of the vaccines.
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I just wanted to add this thread here, lots more very good information on Dandelions.

Thread: Dandelions and Civilization (short vid)UPDATED pg 11 Dandelion and Spike Proteins (Page 11)
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i think it would be wise to drink a lot of dandelion leaf tea after taking a vaccine, as i've heard somewhere that the body will produce billions of spike proteins after vaccination. perhaps also worth knowing that there are some suggestions that pine needle tea can offer similar benefits, though i haven't seen any studies on that. just be careful to avoid yew trees, as they are very poisonous.
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God has something for everything...
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I’ve been drinking Dandelion leaf/root tea and Licorice root teas since this all started.

Check out Licorice root data as well.
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Dandelion gets its name from the tooth-like edges of its leaves.
Dandelion aka dent de lion or tooth of the lion.

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I once read that dandelion root tea can supposedly cure cancer.
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We live in a very backward world. Thanks for the info.
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indeed ! the lawless one got his vatican whore ready to decieve the nations by drugs after he had rebuilt the law of moses'condemnation against witches making the condemnation which Jesus took and used it against women who new about natural plant healing remedies! all sin is lawlessness and no man except Jesus is without sin! yet he became sin condemned on tree even taking away the law of moses labelling of accusation of being a witch, rebuilding such things of the law of moses that christ ended in his death is working lawlessness, henc the antichrist ( the papacy ) is also called the man of lawlessness.
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Dandelion and burdock sounds like just the job.
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Thats nice, but a simple safe and cheap ACE2 blocker does the same thing.
And its a good antihyperensive to boot. Like Losartan

Where your dandilion derived mystery sludge comes frome is probably CHYnah and who knows whats really in there.
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Bulk organic dandelion leaves

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Thats nice, but a simple safe and cheap ACE2 blocker does the same thing.
And its a good antihyperensive to boot. Like Losartan

Where your dandilion derived mystery sludge comes frome is probably CHYnah and who knows whats really in there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79727126


while the study seems legit and offers a potential alternative remedy however dandelions are often left to grow on ground thats been exposed to chemicals and found around industrial brownfield sites.
Just saying.
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Had not seen this info, thanks very much OP!
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Dandelion root tea is actually really tasty. I dried over a pound earlier this year just from a small 3 sq. ft. section in the back yard! Took all of 10 minutes to pull.





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