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Going to try and finish my short story and publish it in the next couple daysm hopefully people like it. AI doomers clearly won't 🀣

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May 22Liked by Moriarty

Just in time for the 2024 US elections. Been wondering when this bad boy was going to show up. At least I have plenty of toilet paper this time.

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Stock some rubber too apparently a shortage of both are in order 🀣 and cooking oil somehow ?

And coffee... 😭

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And water ... US today announced a scare tactic - cyberattacks on water - they never let up.

So the olive leaf is for all around immunity or the epithelial strength? I'm sure you've covered this at length but I've just had another family member slide down the poor health cliff with a couple strokes and my brain is all used up for the night. ^__^

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Olive Leaf Extract is a potent anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, it also inhibits or minimizes much of many of the pathways I covered but the main effect I am interested and I myself measurably felt is the endothelial recovery.

The brain stack can help the family member recover from the strokes, the secret is minimizing the hell out of inflammation and maximizing antioxidation. I wish that person full recovery and lots of strength for you πŸ™πŸ»

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May 24Liked by Moriarty

Professor - as you well know, Australian (and most) health officials are full of shit and as useless as tits on a bull. Amongst many other things, a switch in receptor specificity would be necessary for humans to be infected by H5N1, which has NOT happened with WT. Everything else is hyperbole, fake testing, 180 Science and pure BS. End of non story. Again, here are the insurmountable odds of H5N1 becoming anything but the complete pandemic porn it shall forever be... https://hiddencomplexity.substack.com/p/smells-like-2020-again-in-a-nudging/comment/55017349

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While I completely agree with you, it has been slowly following a "predict" path, yes there is a colossal amount of psy-ops and quackery going on so the WHO and elites push its treaty.

But my mind keeps reverting to my primary assertions and Robert's opinions. It feels like someone is "nudging" the virus too, slowly, but surely pushing it into its favored direction. Perhaps it is just schizo thoughts.

For over two years I suspect whatever comes next will definitely use sialic acid receptors because of the changes SARS brough (measured and published, or not). Plus HMGB1 directly interact with sialic acids and sialoglycans.

I may missing the obvious once again, such as missing HMGB1. Sialic acids are still very hard for me to comprehend. Glycology itself is.

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Professor - Indeed, the H5N1 SCAM is about pushing WEF agenda. The redux of fake testing to promote this canard has Mullis rolling over in his grave.

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In these reports, including the Texas cow, and the measles death in Ontario, I have not seen any report of the Covid vaxx status of the infected mammal.

The Ontario report stated that the child was "not immunised", presumably having avoided the MMR shot. There is now good research showing the shedding of vaxx spike protein and immune suppression thereby.

Be alert for "treatment" of food animals, pets, and poultry with mRNA vaccines. I see this as potential immune suppression and enhanced vulnerability to the circulating influenza strains.

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Did anyone else notice Robert Redfield in the above video just at the end state 'Bird Flue would be the cause of the Great Pandemic' ?

Since when is there gonna be a 'great pandemic' (trademark) - is this a common term or he is trying to nudge us, to introduce us to the idea?

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Are there any antibodies left after the pasteurisation process?

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Apparently there is enough fragments of everything to give humans a level of immunity. What level, how protective, remains to be seen.

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My local sprouts sells raw... imagine CA allowing something healthy! ... but they are quite regulated and the bacterial counts are lower than that allowed for cooked milk so it may not help as much as one would think.

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Where do you obtain Olive Leaf Extract?

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Locally. I am a third worker remember πŸ˜† ?

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Third worker?

You work 3rd shift? You only do 1/3 of your work? πŸ˜‰πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜‹

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Brazilian 🀣 third worlder

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May 22Liked by Moriarty

Durrr. Brazil! Wrong side of the globe. πŸ™„

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Puritan’s Pride is also a good option for standardized olive leaf extract (20% Oleuropein). A family member tried 3 different brands for blood pressure control and Puritans Pride was the most effective.

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Did they sell their stuff in blue bottles? A long time ago I got their D and it was the only brand I ever felt a difference with.

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Usually green or white for OLE. We buy Vit. D from there too β€” those were blue or yellow bottles, depending on concentration.

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I was wrong... it was Purity Products I took. But I'll check what the local "health" store carries... haven't seen a true health store in yrs but the hybrid ones have some decent brands.

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May 22Liked by Moriarty

it's a common supplement, internationally surely via iherb or just any national health and supplement company.

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I agree. I buy locally because it is much cheaper than imported. Like 5 times cheaper

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Sorry! I forgot you're in Australia. πŸ˜’

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If you are in the USA, I get mine from mountain rose herbs. 1 pound bag is around $17. I grind it and put it in capsuled and also make an extract by mixing ground olive leaf with 50-55% alcohol. We take it in powder form and the extract in a cup of water.

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How do you know what dosage you are getting with the extract? Is it the 20% oleuropein recommended?

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May 23Β·edited May 23

Oleuropein % in leaves is 6-9%, if we average it ~ 7.5%. 00 capsules that I fill contain 400 mg leaf (I weigh 10 empty capsules and then 10 filled capsules after filling them to get the exact weight). If you want to take 1000mg ~20% Oleuropein then you will need to take 6.5 capsules. You can take 3 capsules twice and then you can take extract as well if you want more or you want to get other ingredients that are only soluble in alcohol and not in water/acid. Olive leaf has over 40 terpenoids that are neuroprotective and are not water soluble but are soluble in alcohol. Olive leaf is much more than Oleuropein. My husband takes 3 capsules twice with food and then a table spoon of extract in one cup of water before bed on empty stomach. I take less as genetically I have 90/60 or sometimes even lower blood pressure.

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Thanks for that. Do you happen to know the oleuropein in the extract? My son was making tea from our leaves and he discovered that the younger trees were more palatable but he felt the old trees had more of an effect... altho that gemmotherapy uses just the fresh new growth tips for stem cells they think is beneficial. We don't have the instrumentation to test :(

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It will depend how you make the extract/tincture. For example if you make 1:1 extract you can add 100 g of olive leaf and 100 ml of alcohol in a glass jar then oleuropein % will be 3.75%. If you take 1 milliliter of extract then you will be getting 37.5 milligram of Oleuropein. Yes, older leaves will have more Oleuropein and they are bitter. Both young and old leaves are beneficial. Start low and see how you feel. Some people need and can take higher doses others can't. For example for me it lowers my blood pressure and heart rate, but I also take other things like chaga, milk thistle, dandelion root etc so it's a cumulative effect. My husband can take high doses just fine. I think it's good to figure out what dose works for you. When I'm about to come down with a cold I take high dose, and make a tea as well and then take a lower maintenance dose for the rest of the time. If you have a condition you are taking for do a blood test to see how it's affecting you. Also measure your blood pressure, heart rate to see how it's affecting you/whoever takes it.

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Thank-you!

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