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- MemberAugust 7, 2021 at 4:37 pm
I recently came across a study of Nigella Sativa, aka “black seed oil”:
“There is growing evidence from modeling studies that thymoquinone, an active ingredient of Nigella sativa, more commonly known as the fennel flower, can stick to the COVID- 19 virus spike protein and stop the virus from causing a lung infection.”
The study is summarized with a link here:
Personally, I caught the virus in April 2020 and had serious long-haul symptoms until October. I researched obsessively and took everything that seemed plausible. Many things helped, but I was still ill. What finally got me healthy again was a combination of black seed oil and high-dose vitamin E. Vitamin E is good at preventing and healing blood clots, for example I’ve seen recommendations to take E before long plane trips to prevent deep vein thrombosis. And if bso bonds with the spike protein, it makes sense that it would be helpful in preventing vaccine reactions caused by the spike protein. Personally, if I had to receive the vaccine, I would add it to the stack.