Understanding and Addressing Post-COVID Blood Clot Risk: A Holistic Approach
Post-COVID blood clot risk is a critical concern due to the impact of the virus on the vascular system. In this blog post, we explore the vascular nature of COVID-19 and how it affects the lining of the arteries, leading to edema, inflammation, and coagulation. We also provide recommended protocols for both prevention and treatment, considering different scenarios such as recent vaccination or infection, as well as past vaccination or infection beyond two weeks.
- Recent Vaccination or Infection: To prevent side effects of COVID-19 vaccination and blood clot formation, we recommend the use of Release Pearls. Take three capsules three times a day for five days, starting on the morning of the vaccination (for both first and second shots) or until soreness in the arm or other body parts subsides. Additionally, Lightning Pearls (three capsules) along with Xuefu Zhuyu Tang (two capsules) can be taken three times a day for two weeks or until problems persist to address blood stasis in post-COVID-19 or post-vaccination situations.
- Past Vaccination or Infection (Post 2 weeks): For individuals who have passed the two-week mark after vaccination or infection, we recommend Nattokinase, a traditional Japanese food known for its ability to dissolve blood clots. Nattokinase directly hydrolyzes fibrin and plasmin substrate. It is considered safe at the recommended dosage in this protocol. Additionally, Cyruta, derived from buckwheat, helps maintain the integrity of capillary walls, making it a valuable addition to the regimen.
Note: If you have a history of heart attack or stroke, it’s important to opt for an alternative protocol due to the anticoagulant effect of Nattokinase.
Addressing the risk of post-COVID blood clots requires a holistic approach that combines preventative measures and targeted treatments. By understanding the vascular impact of COVID-19 and considering the recommended protocols outlined in this blog post, individuals can take proactive steps toward minimizing the risk of blood clot formation and promoting overall well-being. Always consult with a healthcare professional before making any changes to your treatment regimen. Please contact me or schedule a consultation if you wish to discuss your particular situation. Stay informed and prioritize your health during these challenging times.