by Sharon Rondeau
(Jan. 19, 2022) — Journalist Mary Beth Pfeiffer has published a detailed article on early treatment protocols for COVID-19, including her own personal experience with the virus late last year. In the article, Pfeiffer states that she took one of the COVID vaccines, while Dr. Mollie James, who treated her brother with in-home remedies and prescriptions and was herself infected twice, did not.
“Like Dr. James, I got covid in late 2021. I, too, was treated early—before the dreaded drop in blood oxygen that drives the untreated to hospitals,” Pfeiffer wrote. “I did fine. Many people my age—north of sixty—have suffered greatly, and some have died because they were not treated at first symptoms.”
Pfeiffer has written extensively about the Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), which has issued protocols for prevention, early and advanced treatment of Covid-19 with the purpose of avoiding hospitalizations.
As Pfeiffer related, some physicians she consulted believe that the “Omicron” variant of the virus may mark the end of the declared “pandemic” from March 2020 and usher in an “endemic” status within the general population. “Omicron” is believed to be less lethal than its predecessor, “Delta,” which reportedly targeted the lungs of its victims.
In addition to the early treatment regimen she utilized, which included elements from both the FLCCC and other physicians, Pfeiffer stated she received a monoclonal antibody infusion since it was available for her age group.
Pfeiffer’s regimen, less the monoclonal antibodies, ivermectin and famotidine, is very similar to that which this writer used in late December to combat the virus. We had read about Nigella Sativa on the FLCCC website several weeks before and began taking it, along with quercetin. At the first sign of infection, we used nasal and throat rinses, increased our intake of N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC), and maintained our intake of zinc, Vitamin C, Vitamin B12 and turmeric, which we had already been taking for some time.
For this writer, the virus began with a slight sore throat which advanced into major sore-throat pain for 3-4 days and fever under 100°. We did not suppress the fever. That was followed by several days of body aches, nasal congestion and weakness, plus an ugly cough which fortunately lasted only a few days. We lost our sense of taste and smell for eight days.
By the end of the week, we had returned to many of our normal activities, and after two more weeks, a lingering slight cough disappeared.