Avoided the vaccine? Not so fast: new study says most Canadians have been vaccinated by their neighbors via “shedding”.
- Antibodies and spike proteins from vaccines can be spread through bodily fluids and aerosol droplets in breath.
- Researchers at the University of Colorado conducted a study titled “Evidence for Aerosol Transfer of SARS-CoV2-specific Humoral Immunity” on vaccine shedding.
- The study suggests that aerosol transmission of antibodies might contribute to host protection, providing a previously unrecognized mechanism of passive immune protection.
- Shedding from vaccinated adults could potentially help “immunize” unvaccinated children, as per a referenced study.
- Dr. Peter McCullough, a leading COVID-19 expert, expressed concerns about the potential risks of shedding from mRNA-based vaccines to bystanders.
- Precautions can be taken to protect against shedding, including a daily dose of over-the-counter nattokinase, known for degrading mRNA-bearing spike protein.
- The Wellness Company's “Spike Support Formula,” designed by Dr. Peter McCullough, contains nattokinase and other extracts to support health.
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