Recently I sent the following mail:
After the 3th booster dose in Israel “suddenly” some patients who have taken Portulaca for longer than a year started getting Covid-19 positive . It was striking! [see below]
A few people understood from this that Portulaca should not be taken anymore….this is not true and maybe my mail caused them to understand this.
I just stated that the 3th booster likely caused many more people to be infected [even if this is strongly denied for obvious reasons!] and I sent you an article suggesting this possibility!!
The more so Portulaca is important now. even if some may become positive for Corona but as I wrote nobody I know about was very sick or hospitalized!
Portulaca seem to be tremendously protective for long complications and possible also against thrombosis.
So if you are taking Portulaca please carry on[even if you are vaccinated]
The mail from I sent[which may have caused some confusion]
After the 3th dose in Israel “suddenly” patients who have taken Portulaca for longer than a year started getting Covid-19 positive . It was striking!
but “forbidden” to think about a connection…..
Even so-thanks G-d -no one was very sick or hospitalized.
A team of University of Wisconsin-Madison (UWM) and county public health researchers recently uploaded the results of a study to the preprint server medXriv where they investigate the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant viral load in vaccinated and unvaccinated people. Collecting and analyzing samples of PCR threshold cycle (Ct) data from one major contact laboratory in Wisconsin, the study revealed that both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals have similar viral loads in nasal swabs during the Delta variant COVID-19 surge. While the White House, supported by chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci, declared that the current pandemic is of the “unvaccinated,” the data across multiple sources and studies depict a very different reality. TrialSite reported on outputs from a study of Medicare data (Project Salus) indicating mass infection occurring among vaccinated people. Vaccinated people experience less hospitalization and death; however, the eradication of COVID-19 via vaccination may need a rethink.
The findings from this large team of public health-focused scientists align with other studies indicating scenarios demonstrating that vaccinated people can still have high vir…