Dandelion Leaf Efficiently Blocks C-19 Spike Proteins From Binding to Human Cells

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A German university study found that the common dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), which is probably growing organically very close to you right now, blocks Covid-19 spike proteins from entering your body.
Your body has little “keyholes” (receptor sites) that are the landing entrances for spike proteins (SPs) that are attached to the Vaccines to enter into your body.
One way you can help put up a “No Entry Gate” is by eating dandelion. 

How does it work?

Researchers found dandelion to block protein-to-protein interaction between human ACE2 cell surface receptors and a variety of five Spike Proteins.
The fact that it blocks a variety of SPs is very valuable since the virus is continually mutating (thus new Vaccines need to be continually released, to keep up with the natural and intelligent process of mutation).
Researchers showed dandelion blocked not only the Virus in its original spike D614, but also for its mutant forms (D614G, N501Y, and mix of K417N, E484K, N501Y) in human HEK293-hACE2 kidney and A549-hACE2-TMPRSS2 lung cells.

Become adaptable to the every-changing environment, just like a dandelion (they can grow through concrete!).

“Infection of the lung cells using SARS COV-2 spike pseudotyped lentivirus particles was efficiently prevented by the extract [of dandelion] and so was virus triggered pro-inflammatory interleukin 6 secretion.”
Don’t solely expect the dandelion leaves to protect you against Covid-19 and Spike Proteins that are shed from those who receive the Vaccine, implement other measures to boost immunity and thrive (diet, lifestyle, sun, vitamine D, abhyanga, nasya, meditation etc.)
Hit up a local foraging workshop near you and learn to identify edible weeds (in Sydney check my man @theweedyone), or if you can’t forage, you can buy dandelion from farmers' markets or Asian groceries.
Dandelion growing through wooden pole

Dandelion leaves: a close acquaintance of mine

Leaves like the tooth of a lion (“dent de lion”) are available all year long (perennial).
As bitter as you choose (cooking more = less bitter) but I do suggest keep dandelion leaves bitter to pacify your pitta  , clean your liver and make your bile flow like a river.
Freshly foraged leaves provide more Prana (life-force) to deliver this weed winner into your body so you can glimmer.
A tip: Forage sustainably as always and know where you are foraging (is it sprayed?)
Dylan Smith carrying dandelion leaves after foraging

How to consume dandelion leaves

First, wash the leaves.
I like to add the leaves to my food - at the end of cooking, just before I turn off the flame.
Then I mix the leaves in with the hot food and that lightly cooks them, maintaining the bitterness (but not too intense for the taste buds).
The root was not researched here, but the root is medicinal in other ways, it's very tasty, like a more fulfilling and nutritious potato - that you will have to add in much earlier in the cooking process.
You can also have the leaves in tea, though that seems odd for me as it is more of a leafy green vegetable.
A reminder that Dandelion is not the be-all-end-all treatment for anything mentioned here. It may be one (tasty, easy, very cheap/free. fun) way to help protect your organism 💚.

Do you forage dandelion? Where do you get it from? Comment 👇

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