Three doctors, all surgeons—Franco Giovannini, M.D., Riccardo Benzi Cipelli, M.D., and Giampaolo Pisano, M.D.—examined freshly drawn blood of more than a thousand patients using direct observation under microscopes to see what was happening in the blood. 94 Percent of vaccinated patients with subsequent health issues have abnormal blood, these Italian doctors found.
They studied the blood of patients who had been injected with mRNA COVID-19 vaccines and found blood abnormalities long after vaccination, their new study shows. Their results were published in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research in August 2022. The blood of the vaccinated has been poisoned, leaving a train wreck with red blood cells. This is in addition to the clotting many suffer and die with.
Now, this is my healthy blood. What I used to attain this blood at 70 years old to achieve the blood status of a teenager are chlorine dioxide (CDS) and magnesium. The doctors who did a live blood test on me joked about how young my blood was, saying I had the blood profile of a 15-year-old.
Until now, to have one’s blood treated, one would have to use all kinds of sophisticated equipment. No longer. For low cost and with no threat of toxic side effects, one can safely treat one’s blood at home, expecting the same positive medical effects doctors have seen when using equipment that requires surgical procedures.
If you have not guessed, the quality of blood circulating through our systems gives us our vitality, focus, and even rosy cheeks.
When blood is abundant, nourished, and well connected, we feel alive and nourished. It is health critical that the red blood cells demonstrate health separation. Blood does more than run through our veins and oxygenate cells. It ensures we have nourishment and moisture for the entire body. Blood keeps our tendons, skin, and hair healthy, strong, and flexible. It lubricates joints and allows for smooth movement. Blood nourishes the mind and is considered the material basis for mental activity. Vital blood ensures good sleep and helps us wake feeling rested.
Red blood cells (RBCs) exhibit unique deformability, which enables them to change shape reversibly in response to an external force. The deformability of RBCs allows them to flow in microvessels while transporting oxygen and carbon dioxide.
Poor blood viscosity, RBC aggregation, and poor rheology, either independently or collectively, are linked to cardiovascular diseases. For example, Neumann et al. claim that “Plasma viscosity and erythrocyte aggregation were more predictive of myocardial infarction (heart attack) than age, male gender, fibrinogen concentration, abnormal ECG readings, or coronary score.” Another study confirms that high blood viscosity has been associated with cardiovascular-related diseases such as stroke, heart attacks, and deep vein thrombosis.
COVID-19 vaccines can bring about the destruction of any cell that manufactures the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, particularly in circulation. If that happens to the endothelia, that is, the cell layer that lines the inner surfaces of our blood vessels, then those vessels may begin to leak[i], and clots will form.[ii] Given that 2021 research showed the spike protein entering the bloodstream shortly after vaccination, this dangerous endothelial involvement in spike production is highly likely and expected to occur.
Images of Red Blood Cells Before and After mRNA Injections
These are screenshots of microscopic blood smears comparing normal red blood cells to post-Covid vaccination. Here is another post-vaccination image of the blood.
Chlorine Dioxide Rides To The Rescue
Chlorine dioxide, that small, extremely safe medicine that the FDA would rather not exist, rides to the rescue of COVID-infected patients and the billions of people who blindly took COVID injections programmed to force human body cells to produce spike proteins.
Chlorine dioxide works on the central damaging aspect of COVID vaccines, coagulation in the blood. “Normally, doctors prescribe an anticoagulant, such as warfarin, which is a substance equal to rat poison, which in the long term, will cause strokes, etc. So it’s not a solution at all. However, chlorine dioxide is a solution because we have seen that it directly dissolves mini clots before they get bigger,” says Dr. Andreas Kalcker.
“Oxygen deprivation is the cause of death for most covid-19 victims. Chlorine dioxide floods the blood with oxygen, immediately enriching the hemoglobin molecules on red blood cells and allowing patients to breathe again,” continues Kalcker.
Notably, much sick and dying have red blood cells clumping together and are not moving freely. In addition, severely clumped red blood cells (Rouleau) affect proper oxygenation because the red blood cells do not circulate well enough to deliver oxygen where it is needed.
Early in the pandemic, New York physicians noted that it seemed COVID patients had been transported to 30,000 feet in altitude and were starving for oxygen. This video shows that the red blood cells regain proper size and shape after taking chlorine dioxide and moving freely through the blood.
Chlorine dioxide does not thin the blood as a blood thinner like Coumadin would. Instead, it allows a more free flow of hemoglobin cells around one another. As a result, it reduces the Rouleaux effect. Chlorine dioxide is God’s Natural Antimicrobial (GNA); according to Dr. George Georgiou, it is Nature’s defense against COVID’s attack on the blood and the suffocation patients feel when their blood oxygen concentrations fall below 90. The FDA would rather you and your loved ones die than even think of taking chlorine dioxide.
Magnesium Helps Chlorine Dioxide
Magnesium serves hundreds of essential functions in the body, including red blood cells’ efficiency and capacity to carry oxygen. Researchers have investigated the effect of dietary magnesium (Mg) deficiency on the nutritive utilization and tissue distribution of iron (Fe). A magnesium-deficient diet leads to significant decreases in the concentration of red blood cells (RBC), hemoglobin, and eventually a reduction of whole blood Fe.
Magnesium has a fibrinolytic action, prolongs clotting time, delays peak thrombin time, slows down platelet clumping, and appears to reduce fibrinogen levels, all of which may prevent the development or extension of an infarct. In addition, the vasodilator action opens collateral circulation and reduces myocardial damage.
The mechanism whereby red cells maintain their biconcave shape has been a subject of numerous studies. One of the critical factors for the maintenance of biconcave shape is the level of red cell adenosine triphosphate (ATP) levels. The interaction of calcium, magnesium, and ATP with membrane structural proteins exerts a significant role in controlling the shape of human red blood cells.[i]
Magnesium enhances the binding of oxygen to haem proteins.[ii] The concentration of Mg2+ in red cells is relatively high, but free Mg2+ is much lower in oxygenated red blood cells than in deoxygenated ones. This suggests some magnesium pump where oxygen climbs aboard the red cells, and magnesium jumps off only to jump right back on the red cells again.
Dr. L.O. Simpson asserts that Fatigue Immune Deficiency Syndrome (CFIDS) results from “insufficient oxygen availability due to impaired capillary blood flow.” This would naturally reflect the mitochondria having their O2 deprivation problems. In healthy people, most red blood cells are smooth-surfaced and concave-shaped with a donut-like appearance. These discocytes have extra membranes in the concave area that allow them to move through capillary beds, delivering oxygen, nutrients, and chemical messengers to tissue and removing metabolic waste, such as carbon dioxide and lactic acid.
Red blood cells are also known as erythrocytes. They have a unique shape known as a biconcave disk. A biconcave disk is like a donut where the hole doesn’t go through. The biconcave disk shape increases the cell’s surface area, which allows for a greater extent of gas exchange.
Abnormal magnesium-deprived red blood cells lack the flexibility to enter tiny capillaries. These nondiscocytes are characterized by irregularities, including surface bumps or ridges, a cup or basin shape, and altered margins instead of the round shape found in discocytes. When people become ill or physically stressed (more magnesium deficient), a higher percentage of discocytes transform into the less flexible nondiscocytes.
Magnesium stimulates the movement of oxygen
atoms from the bloodstream to the cells.
Magnesium and zinc prevent the binding of carbon monoxide/CO binding to haem, which otherwise binds 25,000 times more strongly than oxygen. The dissociation of oxygen is also helped by magnesium because it provides an oxygen adsorption isotherm which is hyperbolic. It also ensures that the oxygen dissociation curves are sigmoidal, which maximizes oxygen saturation with the gaseous pressure of oxygen (Murray et al. pp. 65-67).
Red blood cell (RBC) deformability is an important factor in determining the movement of red blood cells through microcirculation. Intravenous magnesium therapy over 24 hours has increased RBC deformability even in pregnancies with normal RBC deformability. Increased RBC-deformability with magnesium administration offers therapeutic benefits for treating reduced blood flow seen in most cases of preeclampsia.[iii]
It is crucial to see that hypocapnia (low CO2 levels in the blood) constricts blood vessels and leads to decreased perfusion of all vital organs. In emergencies, when these conditions are extreme, the organs and tissues of the body are not receiving an adequate flow of blood. In addition, it is essential to know that hypoxia suppresses the immune system and, when combined with lower oxygen transport via red blood cells, explains why COVID vaccinated are experiencing explosions in aggressive cancers.
“Hypoxia and immunity are highly interdependent. Hypoxia affects molecular and cellular inflammatory processes. Hypoxia activates distinct hypoxia-signaling pathways, including a group of transcription factors known as hypoxia-inducible factors and adenosine signaling. In vitro and animal studies have shown that these pathways are involved in the modulation of inflammatory responses. Inflammatory conditions are frequently characterized by tissue hypoxia due to enhanced metabolic demand and decreased metabolic substrates resulting from edema, microthrombi, and atelectasis, causing “inflammatory hypoxia.”[iv]
Hypoxia supports tumor growth and interferes with effective radiation and chemotherapy. Hypoxia incapacitates several different types of immune effector cells, enhances the activity of immunosuppressive cells, and provides new avenues which help “blind” immune cells to the presence of tumor cells.[v] Hypoxia is the enemy of the anti-tumor immune response. Oxygenation would reduce tumors’ escape from immune surveillance and response.
The oxygen-saturation level of COVID patients, especially those with severe cases, was prone to dropping to dangerous levels, even below 90%. Dr. Angelo D’Alessandro, director of the University of Colorado School of Medicine Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics and CU Cancer Center, asked, “Can it be due to the cell that transports oxygen?” “Can COVID attack red blood cells – the most abundant cell in the human body – which has evolved specifically to transport oxygen?”
The answer to both questions was “yes.” A study revealed that SARS-CoV-2 damages the membranes of oxygen-carrying red blood cells. The virus didn’t affect the cells’ hemoglobin, allowing them to pick up oxygen, but it damaged membrane proteins responsible for blood cell structure. This characteristic enables these cells to indirectly regulate red cell capacity to release oxygen and, most importantly, to squeeze through narrow capillaries in the periphery of the bloodstream.
[ii] Terwilliger and Brown, 1993; Takenhiko and Weber; Wood and Dalgleish, 1973
[iv] Immunologic Consequences of Hypoxia during Critical Illness. Harmke D. Kiers, M.D.; Gert-Jan Scheffer, M.D., Ph.D.; Johannes G. van der Hoeven, M.D., Ph.D.; Holger K. Eltzschig, M.D., Ph.D.; Peter Pickkers, M.D., Ph.D. http://anesthesiology.pubs.asahq.org/article.aspx?articleid=2524652
[v] Int J Hyperthermia. 2010; 26(3): 232–246. Hypoxia-Driven Immunosuppression: A new reason to use thermal therapy in the treatment of cancer?