Monday, May 18, 2020

CV Update: Spreading Perceptions Of Glutathione As An Immunity-Boosting V Big Deal

Posted by Peter Quennell

A quick and probably final update. As glutathione is not a drug there is no multi-million advertising campaign to get the word out.

Still, serious virus/glutathione studies with positive conclusions are coming online several times a week, and anti-virus nutrition advice almost invariably includes NAC (N-Acetyl-Cysteine) which with some selenium converts to glutathione in the body.

And in the US a few widely read or viewed tales of individual recoveries are appearing in the popular media, like the top link below.

Hazarding a guess? Chloroquine DOESN’T stop the virus. This seemingly does. Maybe half of all of those who have died might have been saved.

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Stay safe.

Posted by Peter Quennell on 05/18/20 at 06:17 PM in


For me the most astonishing statement in one of these studies was that glutathione molecules can sacrifice themselves at a rate of a million EVERY SECOND in their effort to make us well. We need a lot of these guys.

Posted by Peter Quennell on 05/23/20 at 08:26 PM | #

There’s never been a vaccine for any coronavirus previously because the cases dropped and so the financial and public-pressures incentives went away.

Now for that same reason the chances of the Oxford group getting one for COVID19 are said to be dwindling.

So it could well be that we are all going to be on our own going forward. Survival of the smartest. And maybe the opposite, in cases like this one.

Posted by Peter Quennell on 05/24/20 at 09:35 AM | #

I especially enjoyed the link to “NY Mom saved by med student son” He gave her glutathione for her corona virus. Her breathing got better so fast.

Glutathione sounds like a miracle in a bottle, safe, cheap, over the counter supplement. They think it blocks the cytokine storm. It’s now on my shopping list, thanks for sharing.

Posted by Hopeful on 05/25/20 at 10:03 AM | #

Off topic:
I’m watching a crime drama.  There’s a scene where a policewoman is interrogating the criminal. She says, “you know, when guilty people are taken to the crime scene they can’t stop talking. They talk about the weather, politics, they even joke. And it’s because they’re nervous”.

It got me thinking of when Knox said “ta daa” when she put on the gloves at the scene of the crime.

Posted by DavidB on 06/01/20 at 10:51 AM | #

DavidB, yes there are many nervous criminals out there. Mignini took Knox back to the cottage, showed her the kitchen. At the knife drawer, she put on a drama, had a shaking fit, sobbing, a meltdown, they led her away. Bingo, goal achieved.

She could not act normal at the crime scene. Her nerves got to her. An innocent person would never have behaved like that.

Posted by Hopeful on 06/01/20 at 06:40 PM | #

Indeed. An innocent person would be sorrowful.
And an innocent person would not know that Guede did it, given that they were ‘at home’ watching Amelie and reading Harry Potter. 
An innocent person would also have no need to slime Mignini and the rest of the Italian police. Which Knox and Sollecito also do in their books.

Posted by DavidB on 06/02/20 at 05:12 AM | #

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