Pharma insiders such as Dr. Michael Yeadon and Belgian Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, internationally renowned Dr. Peter Mccullough, and Dr. Judy Mikovits have been warning us that vaccinated people are spreading harmful particles or substances to others around them.
Possible Antidote for the Current Spike Protein Contagion and the V-Serum
Dr. Judy Mikovits revealed that the medical establishment has known all along about the antidote to the contagion – a contagion that is now being seen today by thousands of people who have not taken the serum, but have merely come in close proximity with others who have taken the jab.
The word “serum” is being used here since, evidently, the way to avoid taking the jab is to say “I am allergic to the serum”.
When the medical establishment and political promoters want to exempt themselves from taking inoculations, they always give themselves a legal way out, while pushing the “citizenry” to take the jabs. “I am allergic to the serum” is one of their solutions. Taking the serum is one thing. The spike protein contagion now being experienced in large numbers by those who did not take the serum, but just visited with a relative or friend who did, is entirely new and unprecedented.
Side Effects being seen by this contagion
- micro-clots and sudden bruising throughout the body
- massive headaches
- sterility among both women and men
- exceptionally heavy menstrual cycles among both the young and post menopausal
- household pets dying shortly after the owners get the serum.
- reduction in breast milk
Here the Antidote to the Contagion
This antidote to the contagion, that has been known of by the upper levels of the medical establishment and insiders of the elitist class for almost 100 years, is called Suramin, an isolated compound originally derived from an extract of pine needle oil. It is only available by injection, and has been a closely guarded secret not made openly available to the masses during this “pandemic”, yet is an effective solution for parasites and viruses of several kinds, along with a large number of other conditions. Yet anyone can now take advantage of this solution by tapping its root origin, pine needle tea, an antidote that is freely available today in evergreen forests and in many people’s backyards.
How can this simple remedy work so well in the face of such a seemingly insurmountable condition? There is a direct relationship between Suramin (the isolated extract), pine needle tea (a hot water extract of the pine, fir, cedar, and spruce needles), and pine oil (which is derived from the needles though an essential oil steam distillation process). All three are derived from the properties of the conifer needle. My personal take on this is that it is far better to get Nature’s whole herb source than just a tiny fraction of an extract. There are many other benefits that can be derived from the whole herb that will be missing from the isolated chemical. My observation is that those who maintain high levels of health are not affected by either the serum nor the transference contagion. Their immune system seems to be warding off side effects at this point. Come winter when the spike protein in their bodies will be challenged with new pathogens, we will all discover our true levels of health. Anyone on the fence health-wise, or depleted (which can be said of many of us today), are being affected to varying degrees.
The Path from Suramin to Pine Needle Tea
Here is the trail of science and data that shows the derivative relationship between pine needles and Suramin (“the elist’s antidote” to microbial illnesses) – and which also provides a potential antidote for those affected by the spike protein contagion (for reasons explained within the following data): Wikipedia
Suramin is used for treatment of human sleeping sickness caused by trypanosomes [a parasite]. Specifically, it is used for treatment of first-stage African trypanosomiasis caused by Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense and Trypanosoma brucei gambiense without involvement of central nervous system. It is considered first-line treatment for Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense, and second-line treatment for early-stage Trypanosoma brucei gambiense, where pentamidine is recommended as first line. It has been used in the treatment of river blindness (onchocerciasis).
Suramin has been available to the medical profession for almost 100 years. A summary of its antioxidant benefits are outlined in this report – 100 Years of Suramin. The most relevant parts of the summary are outlined below with supportive evidence. See pdf end of post.
Suramin, the Fruit of Old Medicinal Chemistry
When suramin was introduced for the treatment of African sleeping sickness in 1922, it was one of the first anti-infective agents that had been developed in a medicinal chemistry program. Starting from the antitrypanosomal activity of the dye trypan blue, synthesized in 1904 by Paul Ehrlich, Bayer made a series of colorless and more potent derivatives. Molecule 205 was suramin, synthesized by Oskar Dressel, Richard Kothe, and Bernhard Heymann in 1916. Sleeping sickness (also known as human African trypanosomiasis [HAT]) was at the forefront of research at that time, not a neglected disease as it is today, and the development of suramin was a breakthrough for the emerging field of chemotherapy.
Now read the following paragraph within the subtitle ‘Too Many Targets’ in the 100 Years of Suramin PDF to understand its antidote properties to the spike protein contagion (derived from the mRNA that gives instructions to replicate a spike protein in other cells):
Suramin further decreases the activities of a large number of enzymes involved in DNA and RNA synthesis and modification: DNA polymerases, RNA polymerases, reverse transcriptase, telomerase, and enzymes involved in winding/ unwinding of DNA are inhibited by suramin, as well as histone- and chromatin-modifying enzymes like chromobox proteins, methyltransferases, and sirtuin histone deacetylases.
This is medical-speak for inhibiting the inappropriate replication and modification of RNA and DNA.
This comment in the PDF also reveals Suramin’s ability to inhibit micro-clots: Suramin also showed inhibitory effects against components of the coagulation cascade…
Excessive coagulation causes blood clots, mini-clots, strokes, and unusually heavy menstrual cycles. This is why so many people are dying today of blood clots after receiving the serum, and why others are now showing unexplained bruising after coming in contact with one that has taken the serum. Something is being transferred from one to the other, likely through the breath, complemented by a type of sympathetic resonance, or pheromone emanation. The method of transfer is unclear at this point, but is certainly happening. This phenomenon is not an accident, these symptoms were known well in advance of unleashing this serum on the public.
Vaccine trials have been going on for decades. Why did they decide to test a completely new approach with the mRNA without animal trials, thus using humans as the first test case for their effectiveness?
An Obvious Sham
Any natural medicine with 0.01% of these deaths and side effects would have been pulled from the market immediately. That our professionals and decision-makers have continued to allow this sham to continue reveals that this sham is intentional.
The upper echelon of the medical profession promote this program to the people, while they exempt themselves from it, and then take their personal antidote to prevent being affected by the transference contagion.
Since when is it acceptable to kill thousands of people and maim hundreds of thousands more with a “medicine”??? Why are we finding this OK? Why are we still trusting the media and the medical wizards that dreamed up this sham? When will enough be enough?
The People’s Antidote
Now the people have the antidote, and it is readily available in the form of pine needle tea. How do we know this? Because Suramin is a derivative of the oils in pine needles. The whole herbal source (needles) is superior to the single compound extract (Suramin) – because the needles possess a full complement of phytonutrients providing numerous additional benefits that the extract is incapable of.
Now, here is the direct connection between Suramin and Pine Needle Tea: Suramin is Derived from Trypan Blue. Wikipedia.
Trypan blue is derived from toluidine, that is, any of several isomeric bases, C14H16N2, derived from toluene. Trypan blue is so-called because it can kill trypanosomes, the parasites that cause sleeping sickness. An analog of trypan blue, suramin, is used pharmacologically against trypanosomiasis.
Trypan blue is also known as diamine blue and Niagara blue… Trypan red and trypan blue were first synthesized by the German scientist Paul Ehrlich in 1904. Trypan Blue is a derivative of toluene which is a derivative of pine oil. Wikipedia.
The compound was first isolated in 1837 through a distillation of pine oil by the Polish chemist Filip Walter, who named it rétinnaphte.
I personally recall many years ago one health professional was using a Pine Sol bath to rid the body of parasites. Pine-Sol was based on pine oil when it was created in 1929 and during its rise to national popularity in the 1950s. However, as of 2016, Pine-Sol products sold in stores no longer contain pine oil to reduce costs.
Yet pine needle tea provides a similar, if not superior, benefit, due in part to the fact that it is a direct mild extract of the whole herb leaving many of its properties still intact that might be destroyed by excessive heat during distillation and further dissection of its many nutrient components.
I harvested some young Dougles Fir needles last fall and have been adding it to my morning tea blend for the last couple of months. It must have been an instinctive call. I discovered the Suramin info just last week.
The Douglas fir needle tea I have been drinking provides an energetic lift and a nice boost to the immune system. Pine needles are high in vitamin C and A among numerous other compounds which provide a long list of benefits: A 2011 Korean study demonstrated using pine needles in tea was the best way to access the antioxidant benefits from pine needles. See pdf end of post.
The study demonstrated that the hot water extract of pine needle proanthocyanidins and catechins offer the highest levels of antioxidant benefits compared with chemical extract processes. There are other known benefits that pine needle tea and the tea made from other conifers share, which include:
- Vanddrivende middel
- Improves circulation
- Relieves nervous exhaustion and fatigue
- Relieves sore muscles
Herbalists the world over have known all along about the benefits of this simple natural tea. Pine needle tea has been used medicinally worldwide for thousands of years.
3 cups per day or more of any desired strength (based on the quantity of needles added to a french press or teapot) with an approximate 1-3 tablespoons of needles per cup of near boiling water. This is a maintenance health-building dose. Stronger amounts of needles to water can be used therapeutically. If it feels too acidic (due to the vitamin C) for your system, moderate the quantity and complement the tea with alkalizing food and dark green herbs or sea vegetables.
Be careful with the yew pine (which is not a true pine) and can be toxic, although it does have a few medicinal properties). The cypress is not to be used as an essential oil in high doses, but normally safe otherwise.
The ponderosa pine is not good for cows mostly due to the observation when pregnant cattle eat the needles the loss of the calf has been observed, but has a long history of health benefits for humans for respiratory conditions, cuts, wounds, and burns, etc.
By far the vast majority of conifers have been used medicinally for thousands of years with an excellent track record. Get to know your trees. They may provide a medicine cabinet full of health benefits to you and your family.
Pine, spruce, cedar, and fir needle tea may end up being the easiest way to gain the numerous benefits of the evergreen trees, along with a natural protection against unhealthy replications of spike proteins today.
Combine with other herbs as desired to obtain further benefits and flavors.
1. 100 Years of Suramin
2. Antioxidant activity and analysis of proanthocyanidins from pine (Pinus densiflora) needles
3. Pine Needle Tea: Potential Antidote for Transmission of Spike Protein