Dr Bryan Ardis On How to Counteract the COVID Spike Protein and How To Protect Yourself From Vaccine Shedding
Dr Bryan Ardis, CEO of Ardis Labs, discusses in this MAGA Institute podcast how, with natural vitamin and mineral supplements, we can protect ourselves from both SARS-CoV-2 itself and any spike proteins that may be transmitted by shedding from people who have taken the COVID-19 gene therapy injections.
This has never been about treating Covid. It’s always been about the vaccine. Just look at how they’ve downplayed ivermectin and you’ll see what I mean.
So first of all, what is “shedding?”
According to Dr. Palevsky, in a video featured on “America’s Frontline Doctors,” there are some concerns regarding “viral shedding” and particularly more with this mRNA vaccine. In part, he says,
And so, what we’ve been seeing is a massive increase in those who’ve been given the injection of blood clotting problems, miscarriages, stillborns, infertility, stroke, heart attack, autoimmune diseases, and death, just to name a few, and that’s in those who been injected. So certainly there should be a suspicion when you see people around the injected people who have not been injected getting the typical symptoms of COVID in addition to miscarriages, bleeding, irregular menstrual cycles; it should raise a very, very strong suspicion.As featured in “Americas’s Frontline Doctors“
You can hear his whole description of this phenomenon here:
Now, in all fairness, the typical response from the medical community is that “viral shedding” is impossible. But as many of us know, they seem to be lying to us about many things, such as the effectiveness of ivermectin, HCQ and the like, as well as underreporting the adverse reactions to the vaccine.
So you’re going to have to decide who you are going to trust on this issue. My experience to date, however, is that the “Florence NIghtengales” of the medical community keep raising red flags and expressing their reasons for concern with extreme dehttps://thecognitiveman.com/health/all-the-health-benefits-of-chlorine-dioxide-therapy/tail and clarity; but the establishment seems to keep saying, “just shut up and ignore them.”
The Florence Nightengales are always in the minority – at least in the beginning.
If you have to get the vaccine, this is how to protect yourself from its damaging effects, according to Dr. Ardis.
Listen to the whole audio interview with Dr. Ardis HERE:
Dr. Ardis also discusses that we need to be kind, loving and understanding as we attempt to rescue people from the COVID-19 “cult.”
You can visit Dr. Ardis’ website here.
You can also download a report here from the MAGA Institute.
THE RECIPE, according to Dr Bryan Ardis – vitamin C, magnesium and selenium
The report in the link above contains a whole bunch of documentation for these ingredients and how they are effective in dealing with the adverse effects of the virus and the vaccine.
But, in short, Dr Ardis recommends the following:
- Selenium – supports the liver’s ability to produce glutathione. You need 200 mcg (micrograms) per day.
- Vitamin C – very specific dosing required. Work up to 10,000 mG of vitamin C per day. 5000 in the morning and 5000 in the evening. It is water soluble. Tests have proven that vitamin C can even protect animals in labs from contaminants like lead sulphate and radiation poisoning.
- If you need to get the vaccine, take vitamin C 4 hours before you go. You need 500 mG per KG of body weight. (See my notes, below…)
- You need magnesium – magnesium chloride, magnesium citrate or magnesium glycinate. 500 mG per day and work your way up to 1000 mG per day.
- Magnesium stops calcium from saturating the cells and prevents disease.
Go to flccc.net and americasfrontlinedoctors.org for information on how to protect yourself from potentially deadly results from being around people who have been injected with the Covid vaccines.
By the way, I’ve also written an article about pine needle tea and how it can apparently help protect you from “Covid shedding.”
NOTE on the Vitamin C quantity
I did some calculating about the amount of vitamin C that Dr. Ardis recommends to take within 1 to 4 hours before you go for the vaccine. For a 200 pound man, that would be 45,000 mG of vitamin C!!!!!
That does sound really crazy to me. I will be honest. For instance, Dr. Axe, a doctor of chiropractic, certified doctor of natural medicine and clinical nutritionist suggests that taking more than 2,000 mG of vitamin C per day is overload.
However… As Dr. Axe himself says,
There’s some evidence that 200 milligrams per day is the maximum amount of vitamin C that human cells can absorb. However, according to the Linus Pauling Institute, “There is no reliable scientific evidence that doses of vitamin C up to 10 g/day (10,000 milligrams) in adults are toxic or detrimental to health.”Dr. Axe regarding Vitamin C levels and toxicity
So, Does This Really Work?
I am not a doctor, nor am I a medical professional of any kind. And I want to be VERY careful here to state that I am NOT giving medical advice; I am merely passing along advice from certified medical professionals.
But, at the same time, I do want to share some anecdotal evidence and give you my personal feeling regarding what I myself would do if I find myself in a situation where I would need to be “V’d” with one of these things.
The Anectodal evidence
My wife and I were out at dinner in the summer. Our waitress felt the way we do about this vaccine. But she needed to get it for work – they were threatening that she would lose her job if not jabbed.
Her experience with the first one was typical – sore arm at the injection site, aches, mild fever and the like. She was fearful of the second shot as they tell you that the second one is the one that really kicks your butt.
So I told her about this article (I’m adding this part 4 months later) about 3 days before she went for the second shot. She started that night with the protocol – 10,000 per day vitamin C, the selenium and the magnesium chloride up until the vaccine. And she continued it for a few days after the vaccine. From what she told me, though, I don’t believe she did the extra “kick” of that vitamin C overdose just before the shot.
Even without that quantum dose of C before the shot, it seems she did exceedingly well.
The first day after the vaccine, I asked her how she made out and she said,
“Thank you so much for the information the other night. I took all the vitamins starting that night and 24 hours after vaccine #2 I feel great! My arm isn’t even sore this time!
I followed up with her two weeks later (which is how I know she continued it for a week after the shot) to see how she did. In part, what she said was,
“I’m doing amazing!!! I had NO side effects from the second shot. My arm didn’t even hurt. I was able to pick up a shift at work the day after I got my shot. I can never thank you enough for the information you gave me from Dr. Ardis. I really believe that was the reason I did so well. I even shared the regimen with some friends and they did great as well!
What I plan to do if I ever have to get the poke
Anecdotal evidence is a funny thing, and we tend to put a lot of emphasis on it – more than the evidence of others, as it turns out.
Quite honestly, if I am ever in a situation where I have to get the thing stuck in me, I think I might bump it up a bit a couple hours before I am scheduled to get it – perhaps I will go with an extra 5,000 mG in addition to the 10,000 prep for the few days before and the week after.
Because, in all honesty, I think my reaction is much like many of my readers have commented: 90,000 mG sounds like a LOT of vitamin C – even for a lab rat.
But that’s me. And I am neither a doctor nor the son of a doctor.
(But I am the father of a DARN GOOD nutrition counselor… though I’m probably biased.)
Anyway, you’ll have to do some research regarding this quantum vitamin C dose and use your judgement and the advice of a professional.
Good luck. God speed. Avoid the jab. But if you can’t, this formula is recommended by a doctor and it seems from the feedback I’m getting to be hitting the target!
I am concerned about the amount of misinformation posted on this site. There is a great deal of uncertainty about Covid-19 & the best way to treat it, but it appears Bryan Ardis who is just a chiropractor, is taking advantage of the uncertainty & confusion to make money and attain notoriety. So much of what he says has no basis in fact.
Sorry for the late response. I got busy with a number of things and then in December I actually ended up in the hospital with Covid for 6 days. So I’m just catching up.
I can appreciate your concerns though I obviously disagree with how well-founded they are. And I think this has a lot to do with the different a priori assumptions we bring to the discussion before it even happens.
I find it funny how we as a society will typically intrinsically distrust lawyers but also intrinsically trust doctors.
I also find it interesting that most who just intrinsically trust doctors seem to do so on the basis of their education and the assumption that they have been granted a medical degree and are therefore to automatically be trusted regarding the prescriptions they write, their knowledge of (in this case) immunology and the like. In reality, a GP doesn’t get a lot of hours of education in medical school (at the pre-specialist level) regarding immunology and vaccines. They do get some but not a lot.
With regard to Dr. Ardis (chiropractor) I also think we come at this from much different perspectives. As an aside, when I was in the hospital and I was debating my vaccine status and how good or bad they are with the internist assigned to my care, he did admit I brought some points to the discussion he had not considered before. So there’s that.
Look. Saying Dr. Ardis is a chiropractor and is therefore not qualified to speak to these issues is kind of like what the doctors said to Florence Nightingale in her day – they were the ones with the education, she was just a nurse. But (if you’ve studied history in this little niche) it turns out that little nurse Nightingale was right and all the powerful, educated doctors were wrong.
My approach to this is not just that I look for only the most qualified in any field and exclude any opinions from those “less qualified.” My approach has always and continues to be that I look for anyone with enough education and experience in their field or related field (in this case, doctors, nurses, immunologists, and yes, chiropractors) that has enough credentials to show they are capable of rigorous study and analysis of data and then I LOOK AT THE EVIDENCE THEY BRING TO THE TABLE. I don’t automatically dismiss any opinion (whether I like it or not, or whether I agree with it or not) simply because “they are not qualified.”
If they’ve shown a level of qualification that shows me they may have enough knowledge and experience to bring facts to the table that need to be considered, I do so. In my many years of experience in my areas of expertise, I’ve had to come to the hard realization that many who are the “most qualified” are not the most informed, nor are they the most capable of addressing the issues that need to be dealt with.
So I listen to Dr. Ardis, NOT because of direct qualifications in immunology and virology (I have many I follow with those qualifications, too, who agree with him by the way). I listen to Dr. Ardis because his level of education and certification in a medical field tells me he has a base level of knowledge enough that I need to consider his input and examine the facts he brings to the discussion and evaluate what he brings based on the strength of the evidence.
And if the most qualified immunologist or virologist shows up and says he doesn’t know what he is talking about, I want to know WHY he or she says it, and what evidence (research, peer-reviewed papers, studies, etc) or direct data he or she presents to refute it. And when they do that, then I research what they say to see if it does hold up.
You’ve made some pretty strong accusations against Dr. Ardis. You speak as if you know his motives and his heart. How do you know what his motives are? Do you know him? Can you prove that, or is it just an opinion.
You also say, “so much of what he says has no basis in fact.” Can you give any specifics as to what, if any, particular things he says that have “no basis in fact?”
Let’s start there. Teach me. I’m open to learning.
I just hope you are, too.
If I have to take the vaccine, what is the appropriate dose of prophylactic Vitamin C for a 230 pound man. I tried using the formula prescribed above but came up with an absurd amount. Can you help me?
I understand your concern and honestly, that is Dr. Ardis’ advice. It isn’t my advice. In fact, though, I’ve been as clear as I can about making sure people recognize I’m not giving any advice myself.
For what it’s worth, I did update the article tonight, in part because of your question and I wanted to make sure I heard him correctly in the audio interview in the article. For a guy your size that is about 100 500 mG chewables of vitamin C – a whole bottle’s worth!!!!!!
I’m not going to give advice. But if you re-read the article with the updates I did, you’ll see where I give some anecdotal evidence from some I’ve talked to who only did the standard 10,000 mG per day around the vaccine dates and had what seemed to be stellar results. I also mention in there that I PERSONALLY, if I ever have to do it, I think (THINK) I might only go an extra 5,000 mG or so the hour before in addition to the 10,000 from the prep.
Please hear me though. I’m not advising that for you or anyone else. You’ll have to pray about it and do some research, check the updated links in the article and make your best decision based on whatever evidence seems best to you between you and your healthcare provider.
Thanks for following. God speed!
Can you tell me what is in this vaccine? I would like to know the contents so I can research them. I find it very sad that people are feeling so pressured into getting this so called vaccine, and then having to take supplements to counteract its ill effects. That in itself says it wrong in the first place.
Unfortunately, Angela, I don’t know what is in it. I’ve seen many a post about it and some of them seem to be quite speculative. But I’m not sure myself. This is why I like Dr. Ardis’ approach to this – using ingredients that are simply good for detoxing no matter what is in it. But you’ll have to make up your own mind about that, as I’m not a doctor.
I’m not sure of all ingredients, but they do contain the following preservatives:
Polysorbate 80 (J&J and Astra Zenica)
Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) Pfizer and Moderna
I have serious allergies to both preservatives (as confirmed by allergy testing) , personally.
The original strain was developed with aborted fetal tissue, for one thing.
Although I wouldn’t dismiss that out of hand, I would appreciate the best links you could provide for that. I try to be careful not to post stuff I can’t document well. Your help would be appreciated!
What health food store does Dr. Ardis use?
I have no idea. But you could check his website:
The Doctor Ardis Show
Could you please elaborate on the natural treatment of the graphene oxide found in the injection, to detoxify and clear the body from it?
I’m not a doctor nor a healthcare professional, so I’m not going to pronounce any opinions on this other than to say the protocol expressed by Dr. Ardis was prescribed based on what he feels is effective for what is in it. And I will tell you we’ve gotten good response from several people now who have followed his protocol before the second vaccine and have told us that they had much better results after the second shot than after the first. Since it seems the second one is usually the one to kick you hard, this seems like a good testament to the idea that this protocol actually works well (no matter what is in the vaccine).
So I don’t think you need to think so much about what will work now that you are concerned there are other things in it than what you previously thought. If you think his credentials speak well for him, then it is worth considering no matter the contents, right?
What do you recommend for 5 year olds who have been exposed to vaccinated people. What supplements can they take
Well, personally, I’m not going to recommend anything because I’m not a doctor or a healthcare professional. But if you look at the article, there is a link to the doctor’s website. You could check that or else I would suggest you speak to a naturopath in your area and find out what they recommend. And if, in the meantime, I find any recommendations from certified experts, I will post an update on this article.
I just don’t think it’s wise to pretend I’m an expert on this stuff. I just try to point to the people who are.
If vaccinated people sheds spike proteins, then why bother with subunit vaccines (Novavax) which delivers the synthasized Spike proteins direct to your arm????