New study: A simple nasal wash reduces the risk of being hospitalized for COVID by >8X
But don't worry. Nobody will find out. However, it does show that the entire pandemic response was unnecessary and harmful. I just wanted to make sure you knew that.
A simple nasal wash with a saline solution performed within 24 hours of symptoms done twice daily for 14 days can reduce the risk of being hospitalized for COVID by 8X.
This is much better than Paxlovid (only a 2.5X reduction if you believe the trial data).
This is much better than any COVID vaccine performs in practice and it’s much safer too.
The entire pandemic response was completely unnecessary
This treatment is still being ignored by every mainstream medical institution
Universities should mandate students do nasal washes after getting COVID instead of taking vaccines.
The paper: Rapid initiation of nasal saline irrigation to reduce severity in high-risk COVID+ outpatients
Note: I wrote an article earlier on Xlear, which is used to prevent the infection from attaching in the nose in the first place. The nasal rinse is a complementary solution.
Nasal rinses have been known for a long time to reduce the rate of hospitalization and death. This is simplest the latest peer-reviewed study showing that a simple saline nasal rinse with nothing else, is effective against the virus. This would apply to any other virus or bacteria as well, based on the mechanism of action. It’s also extremely safe.
All the pandemic mitigations were unnecessary.
Simply telling newly infected people to rinse their nose with a saline rinse if they got sick would have reduced the hospitalization rates to levels comparable to the flu.
The CDC is still not telling people to do this today even though there is no risk to anyone.
More ridiculous nonsense.
Here's a refresher on what "Covid" is.
They claim in there that mask compliance helped reduce severity and that the (filthy) unvaxed "press for variants". From what's I know, that's BS, esp. the latter. It's not in their data and only some casually isnerted claim, but I don't feel like forwaring this to people who aren't used to read studies and take this with a grain of salt, nasally or otherwise...