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A Gum Laced With Plant Protein Could Be 95% Effective Against Covid


We do not yet know the long term effects of these ‘vaccines‘…..

To make matters worse, the short term effects are well documented and not so promising….

Everyone is hesitant to take these shots not because of some political situation, although that definitely factors into the equation, but rather because there are so many unknowns at this point.

The risk/reward calculation also further destroys the argument for these shots. As a young and healthy person I have a 99.997% chance of surviving Covid, and a 100% chance of not suffering any negative vaccine side effects if I don’t take it.

That sounds like an incredible deal to me….

What if there were other methods of combatting the virus though?

More natural methods?

According to the latest reports, a new plant protein laced gum may just be the answer to many of our Covid related problems:

Daily Mail reports:

A team of scientists led by Penn State University infused gum with a plant-grown protein and found it ‘traps’ the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

The protein, known as ACE2, prevents the virus from attaching to a host cell in the human body by interacting with SARS-CoV-2’s receptor binding domain – this facilitates virus attachment to the receptor and fusion with cell membrane.

When saliva samples from coronavirus patients were exposed to the ACE2 gum, researchers observed 50 mg of the cinnamon-flavored gum reduced viral entry by 95 percent.

Fox 42, a local Fox affiliate, shared these details:

Daniell had been researching the “angiotensin-converting enzyme 2” (ACE2) protein long before the coronavirus pandemic, according to the study. He was studying its ability to treat hypertension.

The study details the process: Using a plant-based production system, Daniell’s lab could bombard plant material with the protein, which would coax plants to grow the protein themselves. The plants would then be freeze-dried, ground up, and would be ready as a delivery mechanism for the proteins.


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