As of January 31, 2020, the 2019-nCoV coronavirus case count has surpassed the last big outbreak of coronavirus in 2002-2003 in a fraction of the time.
Some point to this coronavirus being a bigger threat because one its surface proteins appear to be engineered via its encoding genes containing four short segments from HIV-1, the virus blamed for AIDS.
While genetic variations in this virus versus SARS could certainly explain a lot, there may also be environmental reasons for the rapid spread.
Wuhan, China, the epicenter of this viral outbreak was one of the first cities in China with widespread 5G wireless technology deployment. The Chinese news agency Xinhua reports the city was planned to have 10,000 operating 5G base stations by the end of 2019. It already had 1580 base stations in operation on China Mobile’s 5G network by mid-October 2019. Commercial service was launched October 31, 2019.
What does wireless technology have to do with a virus outbreak? On the surface, it may appear to be nothing.
But dig deeper, and connecting factors can be found in the separate research papers of Dr. Paul Marik, MD and Dr. Martin Pall, Ph.D.
Dr. Paul Marik has documented that sepsis, a key process that allows serious pandemic viral infections to kill their victims by causing their bodies to self-destruct, hinges in large part on peroxynitrite (ONOO-) oxidative storms within cells that cause severe cell damage. He has developed a sepsis treatment protocol he calls HAT Therapy using hydrocortisone (Pharma version of the cortisol hormone), ascorbic acid (vitamin C), and thiamine (vitamin B1) that dramatically lowers sepsis death rates. He points to how vitamin C can help prevent much of the oxidative damage within cells that cause sepsis to become so life-threatening.
Dr. Martin Pall has shown that wireless technologies (including technologies earlier than 5G) induce harm to health even at energies as low as one seven millionth of US safety standards. The RF signals trigger voltage gated calcium channels (VGCC) in cell walls to flood the interior of the cells with calcium. This triggers peroxynitrite (ONOO-) oxidative storms that cause the same sort of oxidative damage as Marik describes with sepsis.
Pall points to how lowering wireless exposure can prevent these oxidative catastrophes. Further, he points out how calcium channel blocker drugs can prevent the wireless signals from triggering the dangerous rapid influx of calcium.
Pall is looking into the strong possibility that dramatically raising magnesium levels in people, such as by supplementing with around 2000 mg or more of magnesium per day, may significantly reduce the ability of wireless technologies to trigger the dangerous calcium flow and elevated oxidative stress.
It is commonly believed in the health community that most of the US population gets inadequate vitamin C and magnesium in their diets. Given how China’s dietary trends are heading towards the sort of toxic nutrient depleted food widely consumed in the US (“SAD” standing for Standard American Diet, or perhaps more accurately Suicidal American Diet), it would be no surprise if their population is similarly deficient.
So what happens if you combined a sepsis-inducing viral infection such as 2019-nCoV with widespread 5G wireless technology that puts wireless transmitters in close proximity to millions of people who are grossly deficient in both vitamin C and magnesium ?
The answer to this question may well be the skyrocketing infection and death rates seen in Wuhan.
Shut Off Your Wireless When Not Using It
An essentially free and easy step you can take to improve your situation is to simply shut off your cell phone, Wi-Fi, cordless phone, and other wireless systems when you are not using them. This is particularly important when you are sleeping, as other research shows wireless signals can interfere with restful sleep. Poor sleep is known to impair immune system function.
Supplements That May Lower Coronavirus Harm
What would happen if you combined the vitamins from HAT Therapy with wireless quiet zones and one or both of calcium channel blockers and high dosage magnesium plus other carefully selected supplements? Would the infection rates, severity, and mortality decreease?
Given that vitamin C and B1 and the mineral magnesium are safe and inexpensive supplements and how a lack of wireless technology RF exposure was the default environment for almost the entire existance of the human species, it seems like this would be a worthwhile low-risk avenue of investigation if the powers-that-be are truly interested in helping more people survive the 2019-nCoV outbreak.
There are additional supplements beyond vitamins C and B1 and magnesium that may be very useful.
The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, for reasons of its own, has published a list of recommended supplements for people to keep their immune systems strong to defend against coronavirus infection:
Quote from Vitamin C Protects Against Coronavirus:
The physicians of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service and the International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine urge a nutrient-based method to prevent or minimize symptoms for future viral infection. The following inexpensive supplemental levels are recommended for adults; for children reduce these in proportion to body weight:
Vitamin C: 3,000 milligrams (or more) daily, in divided doses.
Vitamin D3: 2,000 International Units daily. (Start with 5,000 IU/day for two weeks, then reduce to 2,000)
Magnesium: 400 mg daily (in citrate, malate, chelate, or chloride form)
Zinc: 20 mg daily
Selenium: 100 mcg (micrograms) daily
Vitamin C , Vitamin D , magnesium , zinc , and selenium  have been shown to strengthen the immune system against viruses.
Please note that magnesium orotate, magnesium taurate, and magnesium L-threonate are additional highly absorbable forms of magnesium.
Selenium is a key component of enzymes damaged by mercury, including enzymes needed to make the master antioxidant glutathione.
Zinc is well known as an immune system booster, so long as you do not consume such excessive levels that it begins to depress immune function.
Additionally, Chinese researchers have experimentally verified that the plant compounds luteolin and quercetin are in experiments capable of reducing the ability of HIV-1 virus and SARS coronavirus to infect cells.
Given that 2019-nCoV seems to have HIV-1 components, this is particularly interesting.
Quercetin is also known to have anti-inflammatory and anti-histamine properties, and may help reduce organ damage from sepsis. These may be additionally useful properties.
Quote from Dr. Rath Research Article on Quercetin:
Sepsis: In the case of sepsis, proper control of the immune system is a matter of life or death. Because of extensive inflammatory cytokine production, sepsis is associated with multiple organ failure and a high lethality rate. However, due to its multifactorial activity quercetin has been found to profoundly alleviate inflammatory responses and attenuate these deadly or life-threatening reactions. These findings provide clues that quercetin may be a promising agent against sepsis and is definitely worthy of further investigation.
Should you choose to use these supplements, please note that Life Extension sells a non-GMO vitamin C product that is combined with phytosome-enhanced quercetin to increase its bio-availability up to 50 times over regular quercetin supplements.
Thorne Research offers a product containing quercetin combined with phytosomes to improve absorption without the vitamin C, should you prefer to get phytosome-enhanced quercetin apart from the vitamin C.
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