Treating the root cause versus managing symptoms

So I’ve been collecting data on:

I believe that the people who recover will give good data on what treatments help you recover whereas all people would give good data on managing symptoms. Based on that, we can group treatments into two types:

  1. Managing symptoms: Some of these treatments are quite safe.
  2. Treating the root cause: While the upside is much higher, the data has yet to point towards any treatment that is exceptionally safe. So far, all of these treatments are double-edged swords. Some people will react badly to them.

Managing symptoms

Only some symptoms have treatments that can really target that symptom:

  • Food intolerances - most of the MCAS treatments work; a few of them like low histamine diet and gluten-free diet are very safe.
  • Pain* (Opiates have known withdrawal issues)
  • POTS - see this post on dysautonomia

See the November 2022 data-driven video for information on targeted treatments.

Treating the root cause

I have 2 videos on this topic:

There are 6 treatments with the strongest signal for efficacy: HBOT, black seed oil, ivm, hcq, statins, fasting for more than 48 hours. Those are the treatments that seem to be helping people recover.

Other anti-microbials are worth looking into (in my opinion) although there isn’t good data on them. The ‘spike removal’ treatments don’t seem to actually deal with the root cause because they don’t work very well; the connection video linked above addresses what I think the root cause is.

I think that people need to pay more attention to this because we’ve discovered what works. Unfortunately the response rate is low. But some people can experience dramatic healing and get their lives back. It’s almost as good as a cure. And if it turns out that other antimicrobials work (I personally respond to artemisinin and tilorone but less so than ivm and black seed oil), then even more people can get their lives back. So… let’s talk about it?

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