I actually use some turmeric (curcumin) in my chili recipe, but probably not as much as you suggest.mediatechnology wrote: ↑Tue Aug 25, 2020 9:23 amI agree.
I'm aware of at least two "designed-to-fail" studies.
The VA study which was administered to late-stage inflammatory cytokine storm patients without Zinc and the Lancet study funded by Gates which was withdrawn due to the use of made-up data.
There might be a third where they gave mega doses of HCQ to "prove" harmful effects but I haven't seen it cited in print.
Zinc is really the active ingredient with HCQ acting as an ionophore.
If the patient is Zn deficient - and most people are - the efficacy is greatly reduced.
Therapeutics get in the way of using the China Virus as a means to advance vaccine-based depopulation.
The whole scam blows up.
Have you tried high quality Turmeric as an anti-inflammatory?
A quick search reveals several effects, I didn't see anti-inflammatory listed but lowering blood glucose seems useful.
[update- I just bought a bottle of tumeric/curcumin capsules, so we'll see. I asked my neighbor the pharmacist about it and he shared that he takes it... not for inflammation, but for lowering blood sugar and reportedly anti-fungal. [/update]