What’s causing vascular damage in covid patients and covid “vaccine” recipients, promoting the strokes, heart attacks, migraines, blood clots and other harmful reactions that have already killed thousands of Americans? Recently, the Salk Institute authored a bombshell revealing that the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein is doing the actual damage!
Critically, all four covid vaccine brands currently in widespread use either inject patients with the spike protein or, via mRNA technology, instruct the patient’s own body to manufacture spike proteins and release them into their own blood.” (Natural News Source)
This floods the patient’s body with the very spike protein that the Salk Institute identified as the smoking gun cause of vascular damage and related events (such as blood clots, which are killing many people who take the vaccines). (Natural News Source)
Finding sources of shikimic acid are more important than ever
We have learned that shikimic acid (SA) offers antiplatelet-aggregating activity, meaning it helps halt blood clots. That shikimic acid CAN STOP the VASCULAR DAMAGE (and is possibly an antidote against the effects of covid vaccine transmission) is really good news! That study was done with pine needles, but it would infer that sufficient levels of shikimic acid from other sources would have the same effect.
Good amounts of shikimic acid is found in 3 widely available plants, but today I am talking about another plant source, the Sweetgum fruit (or gumball). (See tincture recipe and video below)
Chemists found that the seeds in the sweetgum fruit contain significant amounts of shikimic acid, the starting material used to produce the main antiviral agent in Tamiflu that blocks the replication of the flu virus. Thomas Poon, Ph.D., revealed, “Sweetgum balls have lots of potential, but a new process uses genetically modified e. coli (intestinal bacteria), which can be efficiently grown in labs to produce shikimic acid.”
This cheap process of genetically modifying e. coli to make synthetic shikimic acid probably explains why pharmaceutical Tamiflu causes bizarre reactions and neuropsychiatric disturbances.
It’s even more reason to get back to what the Creator gave us in nature, and what was already declared ‘very good’. (Gen. 1:31)
I find it fascinating that the spikey gumball is visually similar to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, giving us a clue it might be a remedy. An analogy to other clues in nature woud be the walnut, which is shaped like the human brain, and is beneficial to the brain.
Where do we get Sweetgum Balls (the fruit)?
In the mature Sweetgum tree (Liquidambar Styraciflua), the fruit emerges as a green seedpod that later dries into a brown mace-like ball. The seeds that are rich in shikimic acid. And to get the seeds before they disperse, you have to get the sweetgum balls while they’re green and still hanging on the tree.
Identify the sweetgum tree here.
The sweetgum tree grows widely throughout the United States and other parts of the world. In this country, it is particularly common in the Carolinas, Georgia and Alabama, but also found as far west as Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma and northward in Indiana and Illinois.
The tiny seeds of the Sweet Gum tree contain shikimic acid at 2.4-3.7%. The bark contains smaller amounts. So, the Sweet Gum tree is a renewable domestic, natural source of shikimic acid as an antidote against the effects of covid vaccine transmission). (Source)
How does shikimic acid work?
To make the preparation: Cut up or smash the green balls and then tincture it.
Also, Mike Adam, The Health Ranger, discussed how to extract shikimic acid from finely ground pine needles, fennel seeds, and star anise using a espresso machine with a solution of 20% 200 proof alcohol (Everclear) and 80% pure water. I am sure that it could also be done using Sweetgum balls.
Shikimic Acid Rich Sweetgum Ball Tincture Recipe
- Jar (any size will work)
- Plastic lid for jar, or use parchment paper under a metallic lid
- Hammer or knife
- Everclear vodka
- Sweetgum balls (Green ones from a healthy tree)
- Cut or smash the balls to expose as much surface area as possible
- Add sweetgum balls to your jar
- Completely cover with vodka (I use higher proof Everclear because these are green balls and have a higher water content)
- Date and seal your jar
Directions Post Recipe:
- Shake the tincture daily
- Strain into smaller dropper-top bottles at 6-8 weeks (label and date them)
- Store at room temperature out of sunlight
Dosage/Directions for use:
You can also purchase it here.
In the case of transmission of the spike protein as an antidote, take 1 medicine dropperful a day approz 20-30 drops into water or hot tea.
Notes: Tinctures use alcohol to extract the beneficial compounds from the herb and to preserve the finished product. How much? In a single 30ml dropperful, you’ll be consuming about as much alcohol as you would from a ripe banana. One method to reduce the alcohol is to take it in hot water or tea which causes some of the alcohol to evaporate. It will lower the alcohol content by approximately one-third without removing the health benefits.
More Medicinal Benefits from the Sweetgum tree:
In ‘Herbal Remedies of the Lumbee Indians‘ on page 90, we read: “The Lumbee Indians of North Carolina used the buds, tops and rosin of Sweet Gum to treat diarrhea or dysentary. A weak tea was made to treat nervous patients. Salves were used to treat sores, wounds, and ulcers. The Lumbee would collect rosin from gashes in the bark made the day before and chew it to heal gingivitis (receding gums).”
Medical Disclaimer: I am no longer a practicing medical professional, and I am not doctor. I am a mother. I do seek scientific confirmation of the safety and effectiveness of the herbs and remedies I use. Using remedies is a personal decision. Nothing I say on this blog is intended to treat or prevent disease. Consult your own doctor.
Then God said, “I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food.” ~Genesis 1:29
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