D. Nelson

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“An early concern for application of a SARS-CoV vaccine was the experience with other coronavirus infections which induced enhanced disease and immunopathology in animals when challenged with infectious virus"

"Inactivated MERS-CoV vaccine appears to carry a hypersensitive-type lung pathology risk from MERS-CoV infection that is similar to that found with inactivated SARS-CoV vaccines from SARS-CoV infection.”


"According to the Law, China is to implement a state immunization program, and residents living within the territory of China are legally obligated to be vaccinated with immunization program vaccines, which are provided by the government free of charge."

"The Law will take effect on December 1, 2019"


"In the earliest case, the patient became ill on 1 December 2019 and had no reported link to the seafood market"




"...the genetic data is highly suggestive of a single-point introduction into the human population followed by sustained human-to-human transmission."
9 months ago
Another helpful plant based medicine is Khellin made from Bishop's Weed as a bronchial dilator

More plant based medicines for fighting asthma and COPD

Some stuff on bronchiole dilators
9 months ago
I have picked up a few more things since making this video. I will try to list the others tomorrow. Thank you for your interest
9 months ago

Lee Gee wrote:Hi D.,

I love the picture. It looks like my shelves. I just can't make out what anything is.

I would love to respond.

Would you be willing to make a list of all the names of your herbal friends?

Thank you.

Eta - duh. Totally missed the link was a youtube. Watching now.

Garden of Life Vitamin Code-Men . Live probiotics and enzymes.
Ester-C -1000MG with Bioflavinoids
Super Strength Garlic & Reishi
Selenium- 200mcg
Country Life- Magnesium caps with Silica 300mg
Jarrow- N-A-C Precurursor to Glutathione. Supports liver and lung function
Jarrow- R-Alpha lipoic Acid+ Boitin- 100mg Superior Bioavailability and activity
Reservatrol Plus. Supports Cardiovascular health and healthy aging.
Astragalus for long term immune support
Gaia Herbs-Turmeric Supreme-Extra Strength. Foundational support. Helps reduce inflammation
Host Defense- Mushroom Cordyceps For energy support
Elderberry Plus. Sambucus with Umckaloabo Supports healthy immune response
Norm's Farms Elderberry extract and syrup
Mountain Well Being. Colloidal Silver
Echinamide Quick-Blast soft chew lozenges
Pure Fire Nectar Fire Tonic

From Herb Pharm;
Golden Echinacea
Super Echinacea
Rapid Immune Boost
Black Elderberry
Oregano Oil
Lemon Balm

Essential Oils:
Tea Tree
Lemon Grass
Oregano Oil

Licorice Root
Skull Cap
Sliced Astragalus Root

For Decoction Tea;
Schisandra berries and Houttuynia

Netti Pot for Nasal cleansing
With Baraka Infused Salt rinse w/ organic essential oils-Cold & Flu Blend

Slippery Elm
9 months ago

Lee Gee wrote:Hi D.,

I love the picture. It looks like my shelves. I just can't make out what anything is.

I would love to respond.

Would you be willing to make a list of all the names of your herbal friends?

Thank you.

I listed everything in the video description below the video
9 months ago

Marty Mitchell wrote:

D. Nelson wrote:I had my financial investment company look into INOVIO and this is what I was sent in return. There is no Vaccine

If COVID-19 evolves into an endemic respiratory disease, the commercial opportunity could be quite staggering. Flu vaccines, after all, currently represent a $2 billion a year market. Now, COVID-19 will likely never morph into that kind of behemoth market, but it could very well end up supporting one or more vaccines that generate several hundred million in annual sales, especially if it becomes a serious problem in affluent western nations like the United States. So, in a sense, there is a solid rationale supporting Inovio's 25.7% jump since this viral outbreak began to garner headlines earlier this year.

The bad news is that Inovio has never actually developed a commercial-stage vaccine. Despite being in business for 40 years, the company is only now on the cusp of generating late-stage data for one of its DNA-based therapies. Specifically, Inovio is slated to roll out top-line data for VGX-3100 as a treatment for cervical dysplasia in the fourth-quarter of 2020.

Another worrying sign is that this isn't the first time Inovio's stock has skyrocketed in response to an infectious disease threat. In 2016, for instance, the biotech's shares took flight after it announced plans to tackle the Zika virus. Per the company's latest clinical update in early 2020, however, its Zika virus product candidate hasn't even made it past a phase 1 trial yet. So investors should probably take this hype over a COVID-19 virus vaccine with a huge grain of salt.  

Time to buy?
If your sole purpose is to own a company likely to benefit from the COVID-19 threat, Inovio probably isn't your best bet. The company has never brought a product to market in four decades, much to the detriment of long-suffering shareholders. Since going public, in fact, Inovio's stock has produced a negative return on capital of 92.7%. Perhaps this story will change for the better with a positive late-stage readout for VGX-3100 later this year. But until then, investors should probably curb their enthusiasm.

I learned a long time ago (the hard way) that investing in pharma is very hard without and in-depth knowledge of rules and regs… and medical.

However, if I were the investment type, I would look heavily at gloves, disinfectant, and goggle companies. As well as companies that make medical equipment. lol

Or, as the market begins to crash, I would look at Silver, Gold, and Crypto currencies. Then jump out of them after the market has fallen a ways... and back into base stocks like food and such. Things that are a necessity of life.

Buy low and sell high. Silver has been hovering at just above the cost to get it out of the ground ($17/oz the last time a checked a long while ago) for a while now. It literally can't go any lower since the stock market has been flooded with paper silver. Aka... if you buy it... buy the real deal and hold it in your hand.

That being said... I don't have spare cash for that right now. Gotta start stocking up on real things like food and disinfectant. lol

I pretty much have all those bases covered as I have been doing this for 16 years now. I was just hoping to be living somewhere away from everyone else in the high colorado rockies by now. The stocks are something I inherited.
9 months ago

Hugo Morvan wrote:Disclaimer, i am not American, the following comes from American sources. I monitor the Covid-19 pandemic (i would say by now) closely.
It is hard to separate real information from fake news, to distinguish between alarmist clickbait and  government propaganda written by fearful journalists who seem to share as a common denominator an appalling grasp of statistics. I just try to navigate the oceans of disinformation and climb the mountains of wishful thinking , cruise the hellish gutter comment sections of obscure blogs and internet fora to come to the bottom of the matter using my own "logic and scientific approach". It's a lot like trying to figure out what works in permaculture projects in a way, except it is pretty scary. I have suffered from doom fatigue a week ago, so i try not to spend too much time on the web and listen beautiful music as well and prepare and work and work in the gardens, but still i'm obsessed, there is no denying it..

According to this PDF from Los  Alamos  National  Laboratory the R0 value has been grossly underestimated.The R0 is the amount of people a carrier of the virus will infect. I have no idea who the Los Alamos National Laboratory are and if this PDF is indeed theirs, but here goes:

The  novel  coronavirus  (2019-nCoV)  is  a  recently emerged human  pathogen that has  spread widely since January 2020. Initially, the basic reproductive number, R0, was estimated to be 2.2 to 2.7. Here we provide a new estimate of this quantity. We collected extensive individual case reports and estimated key epidemiology parameters, including the incubation period.Integrating these   estimates   and high-resolution real-time human travel and infection   data with mathematical  models,  we estimated that  the number of infected  individuals  during  early epidemic double every 2.4 days, and the R0 value is likely to be between 4.7 and 6.6. We further show that quarantine and contact tracing of symptomatic individuals alone may not be effective and early, strong control measures are needed to stop transmission of the virus.

Los  Alamos  National  Laboratory PDF

I don't know if the New York Post is anything to believe either, but they claim that the 300 evacuees from the Diamond Princess airplane had 14 people on board which have the virus. It probably isn't true, because the whole of USA would know if it was right? But if it is true then it is important information, so i thought to share it anyway.

14 Americans aboard evacuation plane from Japan stricken with coronavirus

15 African countries can test for covid-19 now, there are 54 countries. 1 confirmed case so far in Egypt.

THE RO of 6.6 is the same as I posted earlier. Thank you for backing this up!
9 months ago
There is now some 29 known Covid19 cases in the Country
9 months ago