Supplement question

  • Supplement question

  • lrivera0447

    October 2, 2021 at 9:18 am


    Has anybody heard of a supplement called Tollovid? According to Tollovid’s website it is “A proprietary blend of herbs and advanced 3CL Protease inhibitors that supports and stabilizes immune function. This supplement may also starve harmful binding viruses, mitigating their ability to multiply”. It is supposed to help prevent Covid or help to reduce symptoms if you contract Covid. It was mentioned in the Zero Hedge article about Merck’s new oral medication for Covid. I would appreciate any insights if anyone is familiar with this as an early treatment or prophylactic? Thanks

  • Square-James

    October 2, 2021 at 12:47 pm

    Nutritional supplement manufacturers are able to make more general claims of their products. Our FDA do no regulate them to the same degree as medicines. Tollovid’s claim sounds like a test tube result that they showed to FDA, and they were granted this claim in labeling.

    This is a curious time because FLCCC has also come out with their own nutritional supplement recommendations. They are Curcumin/Tumeric, Nigella Sativa, and Honey. I tend to trust FLCCC more than a random nutritional supplement manufacturer.

  • Square-James

    October 11, 2021 at 3:24 pm

    I have tried a curcumin/turmeric capsules from a name brand supplement. No difference were noted one way or another. On a whim I opened up one capsule and tasted the components – weak turmeric taste with a hint of pepper, color dark brown. I recalled my wife has some turmeric powder bought from an Indian grocery store, and I tried the turmeric powder from our spice jar – much stronger taste, color bright yellow. Taking a bit of turmeric powder each day has a good effect on my knee pains.

    Component freshness is very important for these Indian spices and seeds.

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