I am not saying I have a definite "cure" for COVID. I can't tell you what to do, or what will work for any other person. Just because something worked really well for me, doesn't mean it will definitely work for you.
Again, anything I mention on this page should not be considered a "cure." COVID-19 is a life threatening virus, and you should still take precautions to use social distancing, stay safe, and protect the people around you. You're supposed to read the CDC's guidelines about what to do, if you think you have COVID-19. They do say you should call your medical provider regarding any other symptoms that are severe or concerning to you.
How hard is it, really, to kill the SARS-CoV2 Virus?
If baking soda and lime juice work so well, how come nobody's talking about it?
Actually, people have been talking about it... you probably just never saw it. Videos about baking soda and lime juice (that mention the Coronavirus) are either being censored or removed, and Snopes' post on the topic (which doesn't have medical research on it), is only adding to the public's perception that people shouldn't waste their time with baking soda.
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Baking soda and lime (or lemon) juice
You'll be able to see a video that shows how to make the recipe, further down this page, and if it gets blocked again (it was already pulled off youtube once), it's going to be uploaded to Banned.video. This simple, cheap concoction strongly appears to have the ability to disarm the coronavirus, for the same simple reason that washing your hands will kill the virus. The combination of baking soda and lime juice creates a surfactant, and surfactants are said to kill the coronavirus better than alcohol! I realize baking soda and lime juice sounds WAY too simple to work, but please have a look at the research. Feel free to send me your own research that would prove why this wouldn't work.
There is some really important information about COVID-19 that most people are completely unaware of, so I am doing what I can to bring these facts to light. As we're heading into the 5th month of Shelter In Place, my heart has been sinking to the point where it's starting to feel cold. And now I'm starting to feel kinda pissed off. Why are we still dealing with this when there are so many natural remedies that people could use, to at least give their immune system a boost?
There's a woman named Raphaela Laurean, who has her own YouTube Channel about how to Do Things Yourself. I was blown away by all the work this woman did, to research baking soda, and why it could possibly help people who contract the coronavirus.
But sadly, her video has become nearly INVISIBLE to the general public, because YouTube has been hiding it from search results. Videos about baking soda and lime juice are either being removed by YouTube, or they are made out to be extremely difficult to find in a search.
You can see the video with Gabriel making his own recipe, HERE, and the video with the doctor's raving testimony, HERE. But keep in mind that Facebook is also censoring and removing a lot of videos, so I know it may be just a matter of time before those are removed, as well. I do believe that Facebook does appear to try to do the right thing, but the fact is, there are some big problems with their fact checking. They seem to be making more of an effort to do fact-checking now, but there is still a LOT of misinformation on facebook, and things that ARE accurate and true, are being censored. It would be hard for Facebook to be able to stay on top of ALL of this. "The Independent Fact Checking Network" Facebook uses does NOT always have their facts straight.
Because a lot of information about COVID-19 is being censored on Facebook and Youtube, these videos do not come up easily in searches.
Sodium bicarbonate and lime juice were used in medical practice, back in 1918, to treat people with the Spanish Flu. I found this article in the Journal of the American Medical Association, via Google Scholar: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/219523
A review on probable Lysosomotropic properties of Sodium bicarbonate to restrain viral entry of Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) Mudasir A. Mir1 *, Sheikh Mansoor2 , Abida Bhat3
CLICK HERE for the PDF version
This video below is a must-see. If you watch this video, you'll see why viruses are so easily killed with soap. We've all heard that by now, but few people are talking about the fact that soap is effective against the coronavirus because soap is a SURFACTANT, and there are surfactants that are safe to consume! You can easily make your own surfactant by combining baking soda with an acidic solution.... like lime or lemon juice!!
Sodium bicarbonate is powerful stuffIt's easy to overlook the importance of sodium bicarbonate (something that's made by your own body), because many of us just think of it as that old, orange box that's reducing the odors in your fridge. But did you know that Pfizer (not Arm & Hammer) is actually the leading manufacturer of sterile sodium bicarbonate?
Sodium bicarbonate is regularly used in hospitals, to keep a patient's blood from becoming too acidic. If your blood gets too acidic, you can go into a coma, and die. It's used during heart surgery, and this stuff is so critical, that many surgeries were put on hold, when we had a Sodium Bicarbonate shortage in 2017.
Check out this excerpt from an article about the shortage:
You have probably already heard that they are easily killed by SOAP (as long as you wash your hands for 20 seconds). Soap works very well on the virus, because it is a surfactant.
The SARS-2 Coronavirus has a lipid bilayer that is easily dissolved by surfactants. You can see, in this video, how it works.
This is another video that does a really good job in showing why soap works so well against the SARS-2 Coronavirus.
Here's another good article. I'm pasting some of it below, so that I can highlight certain parts, but here's the link, to see the original page:
The SARS-CoV-2 virus, the cause of COVID-19, taking over the Earth like a zombie apocalypse, making us hide in our houses, is actually quite a bit easier to destroy than a zombie. Simple soap will tear it apart. You can use a host of other chemicals, too, many that you have lying around, like alcohol and bleach, but for the special way that soap works, there is no reason to look any further than your soap dispenser.
I love how this video shows how soap can dissolve the fatty lipid membrane (I've also heard it called a lipid bilayer of the coronavirus. Imagine those little sprinkles on the outside of these balls in the bowl in this video, below, are the spike)s sticking out of the viral envelope. If you can dissolve the fatty lipid bilayer, the spikes will simply fall off, because they're only being held on there by a very thin layer of fat. If you can add something that dissolves that lipid layer, the spikes just fall right off.
SARS-CoV-2 and the lessons we have to learn from it.
(SARS-CoV-2 is the virus. COVID-19 is the disease.)
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This chart below, is from this page:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3848400/
Baking-Soda Ingredient May Lower Risk of Premature Death
Dietary Acid, Age, and Serum Bicarbonate Levels among Adults in the United States
Here's an article about endosomes in viral fusion, from 2008:
SARS coronavirus entry into host cells through a novel clathrin- and caveolae-independent endocytic pathway
Because the Coronavirus is extremely contagious, please practice social distancing and be sure to wear a mask, to protect the people around you.
Drinking baking soda could be an inexpensive, safe way to combat autoimmune disease
Here's why coronavirus is easy to kill and how you can do it at home
Survival of Enveloped and Non-Enveloped Viruses on Inanimate Surfaces
Chapter 41Structure and Classification of Viruseshttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK8174/
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