The COVID virus can injure the body through multiple mechanisms, including systemic cytokines and widespread inflammation. Replication of the virus in the gastrointestinal tract can lead to a variety of insidious symptoms. Adsorbent agents such as charcoal and clay are found to have the excellent capability of adsorbing coronavirus. Charcoal is anti-inflammatory and, when ingested, can decrease the gastric load of the COVID virus, helping to reduce gastric symptoms.
Mix 1 tbsp activated charcoal with 8 ounces (1 cup) of water.
Drink at bedtime while experiencing symptoms.
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