Could Vitamin K2 be one of the key nutrients that together provide a nutritional alternative to (prescription-only) hydroxychloroqunie?
By the chain of references below, I came to read that hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) might be useful because it helps decalcify some tissues.
As it states in the first reference below:
Hydroxochloroquine and the Pineal Gland
A couple of breads ago an anon mentioned a possible link between HCQ and the pineal gland, so i looked into it. Apparently HCQ is used to treat a condition called chronic Calcium pyrophosphate disease (CPPD), which is caused by the deposition of calcium pyrophosphate (CPP) crystals in the joint tissues. Its kinda like arthritis. It has also been found to act as a matrix metalloprotease (calcium dependent amino acid killer) activity inhibitor. Both of these actions are achieved presumably by breaking down the calcium needed to feed the activity.
I haven’t been able to find any specific material about the effects of HCQ on the pineal gland, but it does appear to counteract the calcification of cells, which is a known side effect of fluoride on the pineal gland.
This reminded me of other readings I’ve done over the years, trying to understand why my teeth turned crappy in my teenage years. It seems that Weston Price figured this out, a century ago, when he determined that there was some unknown (in his time) “Factor X” in raw foods such as raw milk that led to people on such primitive diets often having fine teeth, with no cavities, their entire life. But if the same people moved “into town” and started consuming a “civilized” diet, their teeth soon turned bad. I enjoyed plenty of raw milk from my father’s cows (hence the “Cow” in my forum name and avatar) when I was a child, before he sold the farm and moved “into town” in my teenage years.
Weston Price’s “Factor X” is now understood to be Vitamin K2. As best as I currently understand, Vitamin D3 is needed to help move calcium from the food in the gut into the blood stream, and that Vitamin K2 is then needed to help move calcium from the blood stream into the bones and teeth where it is needed.
If one has sufficient calcium and D3, but insufficient K2, then the calcium ends up in soft tissues such as joints, artery walls and (dare I say) the Pineal Gland.
So perhaps two keys to decalcifying the Pineal Gland are to
- remove fluoride, which binds like calcium, albeit more agressively, and
- get enough Vitamin K2 (or perhaps, alternatively, chloroquine).
Perhaps K2 is a key part of an alternative to hydroxychloroquine.
In addition to Vitamin K2, I also continue to be sure to take ample Vitamin C (at least several grams per day), along with magnesium, zinc, Vitamin D3, and various other minerals.
Regarding decalcifying the Pineal Gland, see further The Magic of Vitamin K2 (InnerOuterPeace.com)