Part 1 of this series can be found here
Keep Fighting Fit
It’s only common sense to keep our bodies as healthy as we can to help us to fight off all kinds of illnesses. Obviously, we’re always going to encounter germs in our daily lives but keeping our immune systems in good condition is an excellent defense strategy.
Follow these steps:
- Get enough sleep, ideally seven or eight hours each night.
- Try to reduce stress where you can in your life.
- Make sure you’re on a diet that contains plenty of plant-based antioxidants, minerals and vitamins and eat healthy food to keep your body and immune system in good shape.
- Make sure that you always get enough exercise whenever you can to keep everything in working order.
- Stop consuming all sugar
- Stop smoking or vaping immediately.
Wear Mask Protection
Get some N95 facemasks before supplies are gone.
- An N95 respirator is a respiratory protective device designed to achieve a very close facial fit and very efficient filtration of airborne particles.
- The ‘N95’ designation means that when subjected to careful testing, the respirator blocks at least 95% of very small (0.3 micron) test particles. If properly fitted, the filtration capabilities of N95 respirators exceed those of facemasks. However, even a properly fitted N95 respirator doesn’t completely eliminate the risk of illness or death.
N95 respirators aren’t designed for children or people with facial hair. Because a proper fit cannot be achieved on children and people with facial hair, the N95 respirator may not provide full protection.
A full list of FDA approved respirators is provided below. These might already be out of stock everywhere but put orders in regardless of the backorder.
- 3M™ Particulate Respirator 8612F
- Pasture Tm F550G Respirator
- Pasture Tm A520G Respirator
Wear Eye Protection
Transmission through the eye is a common vector for the aerosolized virus. One of the common transmissions is touching public items then touching your face and transmitting it through the eye. Frequent hand washing and excellent hygiene are paramount.
It’s important to be aware that there are at present no antiviral treatments that are effective for the treatment of Covid-19. There are currently no vaccines available for SARS-CoV-2. The present treatment approach is for supportive care and symptom management only. If people become severely ill, vital organ function support is necessary, usually in a hospital or ICU setting.
Here’s a link to the number of drugs that as of February 2020 were being studied for the treatment of Covid 19. .
The CDC also has a site discussing antiviral medications for the flu here.
A Chinese multicenter collaboration group suggested this malaria drug might be useful for the treatment of Covid-19 pneumonia. In another recently published paper, the use of hydroxychloroquine, 400 mg twice daily followed by a maintenance dose of 200mg twice daily for four days, was found to be more potent than chloroquine to inhibit SARS-CoV2. Hydroxychloroquine was also shown to have fewer side effects than chloroquine while still addressing the inflammatory cytokine storm induced by the virus.
The recommended dose of chloroquine phosphate was 500mg twice daily for ten days.
This drug is traditionally is used as an antiparasitic and has been studied for the treatment of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus. This drug has been shown, in test tube studies at least, to have activity against MERS-CoV and other coronaviruses. Further studies are being undertaken to determine its true efficacy. The recommended dose was 1000mg twice daily for 10 days.
HIV Drug - Kaletra (lopinavir-ritonavir)
A 62-year-old man who became Spain’s first coronavirus patient is believed to have made a full recovery after being treated with an HIV drug called Kaletra or lopinavir-ritonavir. Miguel Ángel Benítez was admitted to the Virgen del Rocio Hospital in Seville, where he received an antiretroviral drug, which has been used to treat HIV and AIDS for over ten years. The drug was combined with interferon beta, which is a protein that prevents cells from becoming infected and is administered to multiple sclerosis patients. Santiago Moreno, head of infectious diseases at the Ramón y Cajal hospital in Madrid, said that the “SARS-CoV-2 protease is very similar to that of HIV,” using a name that sometimes refers to the novel coronavirus.
Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)
In this February 2020 article it was discussed that “Coronavirus infection (regardless of the various types of corona virus) is primarily attacked by immune cells including mast cells (MCs), which are located in the submucosa of the respiratory tract and in the nasal cavity and represent a barrier of protection against microorganisms. Virus activate MCs which release early inflammatory chemical compounds including histamine and protease; while late activation provokes the generation of pro-inflammatory IL-1 family members including IL-1 and IL-33.” The article proposes for the first time that inflammation by coronavirus may be inhibited by anti-inflammatory cytokines belonging to the IL-1 family members.
It may be that individuals with MCAS are at higher risk for developing the serious consequences of this infection and thus may benefit from much stricter control of the mast cell activation syndrome if infected. Nebulized cromolyn and/or glutathione or n-acetyl cysteine (NAC) and/or IV Benadryl may be extremely helpful in these conditions.
In addition to the previous suggestions, there are a number of natural substances and supplements that can be of help in lowering your risk of becoming infected with the current coronavirus. Many of these approaches are not specific treatments for the coronavirus but have been studied and referenced in the literature as having antiviral effects.
It’s common knowledge that vitamin C is good for us but there have been clinical trials in China regarding the intravenous use of vitamin C to help treat patients suffering from Covid-19. A dose of between 100 and 200 mg/kg body weight (this is equal to quite a low dose of between 7.5 and 15 grams for a 180 lb person) was given to patients intravenously for three consecutive days and was very effective. There are currently three clinical trials sponsored by the Chinese government studying vitamin C. Dr. Tom Levy and Dr. Jeanne Drisko from the integrative U.S. medical community are involved in the Chinese studies. Dr. Richard Cheng MD PhD, who has been studying IV vitamin C, is suggesting the use of oral vitamin C. The one study can be found at the clinicaltrial.gov website. High dose vitamin C at 20 grams has been used in ICUs for some time in an attempt to reduce mortality from septic shock, in one study from 40% to 4%. However, most hospitals refuse to administer IV vitamin C for viral infections since it’s not considered standard of care. It’s quite likely that these Chinese studies will place high dose IV vitamin C therapy for viral infections a part of mainstream treatment in the future.
In the United States, doctors who have pioneered vitamin and mineral therapies have also been studying the effects of intravenous vitamin C, with a February 2020 paper being published. “Early Large Dose Intravenous Vitamin C is the Treatment of Choice for 2019-nCov Infected Pneumonia” recommends this for the treatment for pneumonia resulting from the virus.
A recommended minimum oral daily dose of vitamin C is 2,000mg. Twice daily dosing is recommended due to the water-soluble nature of vitamin C and the fact that it’s quickly metabolized. If one wants a liposomal formulation, certain brands do provide this option or you can make your own by adding https://klinghardtinstitute.com/one or two teaspoons of Body Bio PC (phosphatidyl choline) to 2 grams of powdered vitamin C and stirring it vigorously. Divide your dose and take twice daily. Watch for diarrhea if your dose is excessive.
This is also very important. It’s recommended that we have a minimum of 2,000 IU and a maximum of 10,000 IU per day. The usual daily dosage for vitamin D is 1000 IU per 25 pounds of body weight. It’s best to get vitamin D levels measured and to have serum levels in Canada between 150 and 200 nmol/l. People tend to have lower vitamin D levels in the fall and winter months due to fewer hours of sunlight. However, our bodies need vitamin D to support our immune system so we need to make sure that we’re getting enough of this vital ingredient. All the cells in our bodies have receptor sites but only two types are in every cell. These are thyroid hormone receptor sites, which are responsible for metabolism, and vitamin D receptor sides. This gives you some idea of the importance of vitamin D in maintaining our overall health and wellbeing. Research indicates that vitamin D may even be more effective than the flu vaccine when it comes to flu prevention. Consequently, it’s a good idea to include vitamin D in the fight against Covid-19.
It has been reported by many clinicians that high doses vitamin D of 50,000 IU over three days is highly effective in treating acute viral infections. This dosing is contraindicated in any person with lymphoid malignancies and in any patient with granulomatous diseases such as sarcoidosis, where high calcium levels are an issue. Also, a relative contraindication is pregnancy. This is by no means an approved treatment for Covid 19.
This has been shown to be effective in fighting infections and also supports the immune system. Zinc can help to prevent coronavirus and other viruses multiplying in the throat and nasopharynx, which is the space above the soft palate at the back of the nose connecting the nose to the mouth and allowing us to breathe through our nose. When you begin to exhibit symptoms of the illness zinc capsules can be taken several times a day. The recommended dose for zinc is between 40 and 50mg per day.
This has also has some antibacterial and anti-viral properties. If you use an official product such as Argentyn 23 you have a clear idea of how much silver you are putting into your body and don’t run the risk of taking too much. If you have viral symptoms, the recommended dosage is one teaspoon seven times per day. However, this is only a short-term solution as there are side effects such as skin discoloration if silver is used for too long.
This herb has been used in traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda for a long time. It’s been shown that the herb’s compounds have anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antioxidant benefits. The herb boosts the immune system and is often employed to fight cold and flu symptoms. As a result it does have a role to play in treating the latest version of coronavirus, at least in the short term. One capsule twice a day is the recommended dose of the herbal supplement if you exhibit symptoms of the virus. There are a number of referenced articles that demonstrate its effectiveness against the influenza virus, particularly with regards to respiratory symptoms. Lyme patients with active disease may have a Herxheimer reaction as it increases lymphocyte proliferation and interleukin -2.
Another natural short-term solution if you have typical flu symptoms, such as a cough, sneezing, and a runny nose, is elderberry extract taken up to six times a day. Elderberries come from the European elder tree, which is not the same as the American Elder, Elderflower, or Dwarf Elder. People believe the extract helps with the common cold, influenza, boosts the immune system, and reduces inflammation.
Is also known as marigold and has been used as a medicinal herb for a very long time. The plant’s extracts have antiviral, antigenotoxic, and anti-inflammatory properties that can be used to treat some of the symptoms of Covid-19.
Also known as dandelion, this can also be used as an anti-inflammatory supplement. Dandelion also has antioxidant properties and some studies indicate that it has antiviral benefits and is good for our immune system.
This is known to be a potent antiviral, particularly in animal models infected with corona virus. Dr. Ramzi Asfour, an infectious disease physician, suggests Beekeeper’s Natural propolis spray. Propolis increases cellular immune responses and has antiviral properties. Propolis can also be dispensed in a vaporizer (available from Ki Science) and has been shown to neutralize circulating mycotoxins in the air.
CAUTION: Propolis is not to be taken if you have a Honey or Bee allergy.
Most commonly known as skullcap, this is another flowering plant with medicinal qualities. It has been used to treat conditions such as respiratory infections and inflammation and have antibacterial, antiviral, and antioxidant properties.
Also referred to as sweet wormwood this has been used in traditional medicine for some time and has been employed in medicines to treat malaria. There are some indications that the plant may also be used to treat some coronavirus symptoms, particularly the SARS related coronavirus.
Dr. Klinghardt, in his extremely informative PowerPoint presentation, has recommended placing calendula, licorice, scutalaria, andrographis, artemisia, and dandelion tinctures, calculated for their weekly dose, in a blender with 100mls of clean water and 14 grams of vitamin C powder. Add two tablespoons of liquid Body Bio PC phosphatidyl choline and blend for a few minutes. Put this mixture in a glass and keep in the fridge. Each day, drink one seventh of the dose.
Beyond Balance Herb Tinctures- IMN-V-III
This product contains 19 different herbs with antiviral and immune modulating effects, including licorice, skullcap, dandelion, and rosemary.
Some patients have access to peptides with immunomodulating effects. I recently returned from a peptide conference in Los Angeles and the following peptides were suggested for their antiviral and immune modulatory effects.
- Thymosin alpha 1 - This is the most recommended peptide for immune stimulation. This should be used as a treatment adjuvant and a prophylactic and can help with many conditions beyond viral illness. The recommended daily dose in 450mcg.
- Thymosin beta 4 - Natural killer cells are essential for defense against tumors and virus-infected cells. The cells are activated in by ONF-Gamma. This is activated by IL-18, which TB4 upregulates. Therefore, TB4 has ben studied for many Immune related diseases. Caution is warranted with cancer patients as it can increase the growth of cancers.
- LL 37 (cathelicidin) - This peptide has broad spectrum antiviral/microbial, fungal effects. Peptides such as LL 37 are key components of innate defenses against infection, with both microbial and host defense modulatory functions. In addition to their well documented bactericidal potential, CHDP have more recently been shown to have antiviral properties. LL 37 has ben shown to be highly effective in preventing viral attachment to cells. It’s been used in several virus studies and has been anecdotally reported to work well with respiratory tract viruses.
- Pentosan polysulfate - Polysulfates are highly potent and selective inhibitors of the in vitro replication of HIV and other enveloped viruses such as coronavirus. The anti-viral activity of polysulfates is a result of their shielding of the positively charged sites in the V3 loop of the viral envelope glycoprotein gpl120, which inhibits viral entry into cells and allows for immune clearance. The usual dose is 2mg/kg.
- Selank - This is a variant of the immune molecule tufstin and has potent antiviral properties in addition to its neurological effects. The antiviral characteristics of Selank were evaluated both in vitro and in vivo against the influenza virus strain H3N2 and H5N1 and the type 1 and 2 Herpes virus. It was revealed that Selank might have a prophylactic effect during influenza infection and a therapeutic effect during a herpes virus infection. It could also be helpful with Covid-19.
The Hoffman Centre Programs for cold and flu treatment
We have developed a number of potential programs for acute cold and flu treatment. While the details aren’t specific to coronavirus many of the recommendations are applicable to dealing with virus that commonly infect us in the winter months. These recommendations are in no way a substitute for quick and rapid communication with your healthcare providers and the guidelines as issued via websites (like this one), previously mentioned at the beginning of this article.
Any treatment that you decide to undertake should start at the first onset of symptoms. The following instructions are to be followed for the duration of symptoms unless otherwise stated.
Immediately stop consuming any sugar, since this paralyzes your white blood cells, the body’s first defense against illness. Make sure you also get plenty of sleep, at least between 7.5 and 8.5 hours per night. Hot apple cider vinegar baths twice a day will help to speed up the progression of the cold and reduce your fever, potentially halving the amount of time you may have symptoms. Add two cups of apple cider vinegar to a full bath of hot water and soak for twenty minutes, remembering to fully submerge your body. If the illness has affected the chest, you can steam water over the stove, add eucalyptus drops, and breathe in the vapor for some relief from your symptoms.
Please note that this treatment program is not to be undertaken if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Adult Dosage (age 16 and up)
Oscillococcinum is the first supplement to take at the first sign of a cold or flu. This works better for flu like symptoms (not cold symptoms) and you simply need to follow the directions on the package.
- Vitamin D - 50,000 IU for three days. Contraindication to use of high dose vitamin D is lymphoid malignancies, pregnancy, and granulomatous diseases such as sarcoidosis
- Mycelized vitamin A - 100,000 IU for three days. Contraindicated in pregnancy.
- Vitamin C - 1 to 2g two to three times daily (titrate dose upward to bowel tolerance)
- Astragalus Tincture - 1 dropper three times daily
- Echinamide Anti-Cold tincture - 2ml three times daily
- Probiomax probiotic - 1 capsule two times daily
- Saccharomyces Boulardii - 2 capsules twice daily
- Garlic/allicin - 2 capsules three times daily after meals. Open the capsule in 6oz of water and let sit for two minutes before drinking.
- Argentyn 23 colloidal silver - 1 teaspoon three times daily in water
- Andrographis - 2 dropperfuls twice daily in water
- Transfer Factor Multi Immune - 2 capsules twice daily
- DHEA - 50mg per day for two to three days will boost the immune system and fight infection. Note that this is for adults only.
- For muscle aches take arnica and/or magnesium malate - 2 caps three times daily
- Add anti-viral supplements such as olive leaf extract - 2 capsules three times daily, oil of oregano (brand name ADP) 2 capsules three times per day and lysine 500mg 2 capsules three times daily
IV Treatment for 3 days
- IV vitamin C - 15 to 35g once per day. Check for G6PG enzyme deficiency first
- Alternatively - IV Hydrogen Peroxide, once per day
Child Dosage (2 years and older)
- Mycelized vitamin A – 10,000 IU for three days
- Vitamin D - 10,000 IU for three days
- Vitamin C - Between 250 and 500mg three times daily (to bowel tolerance)
- Echinamide Anti-Cold - Between an third and a half a dropper three times daily
- Probiomax probiotic - Half a capsule twice daily
- Saccharomyces Boulardii - Half to a full capsule twice daily
- Garlic - Half to a full capsule twice daily after meals. Open capsule in 6oz of water and let sit for two minutes before drinking. Note that it is difficult to get a child to take this.
- Argentyn 23 colloidal silver - Half a teaspoon three times daily in water
- Transfer Factor Multi Immune - 2 capsules daily
Maintenance and Prevention
Remember to stop consuming any sugar immediately, since sugar paralyzes your white blood cells, which provide your body’s first defense against sickness. Make sure you get at least 7.5 to 8.5 hours of sleep each night as well. This treatment program is not for women that are pregnant or breastfeeding.
- Zinc - 30 to 50mg lozenges. The topical antimicrobial effect can be important in infections of the throat.
- Biocidin throat spray - 2 sprays three to five times daily
- Propolis throat spray – 5 sprays three times daily
- Argentyn 23 throat spray- 3 sprays three times per day
- See your doctor for a throat swab to exclude strep throat and/or mononucleosis
CAUTION: Propolis is not to be taken if you have a Honey or Bee allergy.
Use a Neti Pot, particular with upper respiratory infection, for three days.
- Place one dropper full of Nasya wash into your Neti Pot with warm water and a heaping quarter teaspoon of pure non-ionized Neti Pot Salt.
- Stir until salt is dissolved.
- Add three drops of Echinacea Anti Cold and Core Phyto Lavage to the solution. Use this to perform the nasal wash as directed by the Neti Pot instructions on the bottle.
- Add a quarter teaspoon of salt to the bottom of an empty spray bottle.
- Add five drops of Thieves, an essential oil by Young Living, on top of the salt as this will help to dissipate it,
- Fill bottle with warm water.
Now you now have an air spray that will assist in lowering counts of viruses, bacteria, and molds in the air.
- Spray your home, office, and other areas a couple of times a day.
- You can also put Thieves drops into your palms and cup your hands over your face then inhale five or six times.
- This will prevent you from contracting a sinus or lung infection, especially during long distance flights.
Dr. Alex Vasquez Recommendations
Dr. Alex Vasquez is an internationally recognized author, presenter, and teacher, particularly with regards to immune related disorders. He earned three doctorate degrees from fully accredited universities in the United States and has worked in various clinical facilities ranging from private boutique clinics to inpatient hospital settings. Dr. Vasquez has published 120 books, articles, letters and editorials in various magazines and peer-reviewed medical journals, including British Medical Journal, Journal of the American Medical Association, Nature Reviews Rheumatology, and Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.
What follows are his recommendations for viral infections and are not meant to be specific treatments for any infections, particularly coronavirus. I’ve included these references for those curious patients who are always checking out protocols online.
- Powdered Glycyrrhiza Glabra - 1.5g BID for a maximum of four weeks. Works as a tea. This is a great expectorant but avoid in heart failure patients, monitor BP and potassium
- Zinc - Between 20 and 50mg a day
- Selenium – 400 to 600 ug per day
- Iodoral Iodine/Iodide - 12.5mg a day for two weeks
- Melissa officialis - Dose variable depending on formulation
- Carica papaya leaf extract
- Grape seed extract (see Biotics Research Bio-Cyanidins below)
- SAMe - 400mg TID plus Betaine TMG 3g BID for one week
- Methyl-Folate - 1.6mg od for one to two weeks
- Alpha Lipoic Acid - 300 to 400mg TID plus Thiamine 100mg (or B Complex High Potency)
- NAC - 600mg BID to TID between meals
- Paleo-Mediterranean Diet with no refined carbohydrates
- Protectamin Whey Protein - 45g a day for immune dipeptides, if dairy tolerant
- L-Glutamine powder - 9g TID between meals
- Vitamin A - 100,000 IU load for three to five days, then 25,000 to 50,000 IU for two weeks (not during pregnancy)
- Vitamin D3 - 100,000 to 300,000 IU load for one dose, then 10,000 IU for ten days to increase endogenous antimicrobial peptides
- Nordic Naturals Arctic Cod Liver Oil without vitamin D - One teaspoon TID with meals
- Selenium - 600-800mcg/d plus 800 IU vitamin E per day
- Melatonin - 20mg qHS
- Ubiquinol CoQ10 - 300mg od to protect the mitochondria
- Biotics Research KappArest - Three capsules BID as NFKB hijacked by viruses for replication
- Biotics Research Bio-Cyanidins - One tablet BID (contains marine pine bark and grape seed extract)
- Biotics Research UltraVir-X - One capsule TID (Red-rooted sage, Boneset, Actratylodes, Sweet Violet, Wheat Grass, Bupleurum, Astralagus, Bee Propolis, Maitake, Black Walnut, Hesperidin, Rutin)
- Biotics Research POA-Phytolens (Cats’ Claw, Lens esculenta extract) - One capsule TID
- Consider broad spectrum multi such as Metagenics PhytoMulti at two tablets per day (adjust dosage of Zinc and Selenium above)
CAUTION: Propolis is not to be taken if you have a Honey or Bee allergy.
Treatment and Vaccines
- There is no vaccine currently available to combat the current coronavirus outbreak.
- The best advice is to protect yourself in some of the ways outlined above and avoid contact with infected individuals or locations where you might encounter potential carriers of the virus.
- There’s no specific antiviral treatment that’s recommended for patients with the Covid-19 virus.
- Those infected should receive the medical treatment required to deal with their symptoms, including care of vital organs in the most severe cases.
- While we still don’t know everything about the current Covid-19 virus, common sense and taking precautions and preventative measures will be a great help.
- The feeling in the medical community is that the virus is likely to become less aggressive and less dangerous over time, as many viruses do, although this is far from certain.
- Many viruses adapt, mutate, and continue to live with us everyday. Time will tell if the latest threat will follow the same pattern in the coming weeks and months.
As a final note, in the current circumstances, if you’re suffering from what you’d describe as symptom similar to flu such as a cough, fever, chills, or an aching feeling in the body, please don’t visit the office. If you have an appointment we can do a phone consultation instead or even connect via zoom online. Staying at home will allow you the opportunity to recover and also reduce the likelihood that you’ll pass on the virus to others.
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Dr. Bruce Hoffman, MSc, MBChB, FAARM, IFMCP is a Calgary-based Integrative and Functional medicine practitioner. He is the medical director at the Hoffman Centre for Integrative Medicine and The Brain Centre of Alberta specializing in complex medical conditions. He was born in South Africa and obtained his medical degree from the University of Cape Town. He is a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner (IFM), is board certified with a fellowship in anti-aging (hormones) and regenerative medicine (A4M), a certified Shoemaker Mold Treatment Protocol Practitioner (CIRS) and ILADS trained in the treatment of Lyme disease and co-infections. He is the co-author of a recent paper published by Dr. Afrin’s group: Diagnosis of mast cell activation syndrome: a global “consensus-2”. Read more about Dr. Bruce Hoffman.
7 thoughts on “Preventive and Treatment Strategies for COVID-19: Part 2”
Thankyou for breaking this down into its component parts as well as taking the time to give us this comprehensive guide .
The peptide talk must have been very interesting ..
I added in propolis after reading your last article and will update my remedies from your alterative list from Part 2 .
Looking forward to seeing you in early May
Dr Hoffman, as always, thank you sincerely for your contributions to our health. You are a widely respected global leader in your field and we are so very fortunate to have you sharing your knowledge and expertise. Thank you also for the post about benefits of COVID19. I have had similar discussions with my family and patients about the significant and positive changes happening in the world, things that are factual and truly the silver linings in this global crisis.
Many prayers for you and your staff to stay well while being on the front lines.
Hello Shelley. I appreciate your words. We must view the world as multifaceted and understand that in any situation there are no losses without gains.
Great information! Under Alternative Remedies, you write “[place] calendula, licorice, scutalaria, andrographis, artemisia, and dandelion tinctures, calculated for their weekly dose…” How do we know what the weekly dose is for each herb? Can you please post these, or provide a link? I looked briefly at the Klinghardt site but did not see the PP presentation.
Unfortunately dosing is such an individual issue that must be determined by the clinician hence no generic doses can be recommended.
Thank you so much for such valuable information! Nowadays we are in a great need foryour help. I was wondering what is the best way to reduce temperature at home? I don’t take Advil or Tylenol, but was wondering what would be your advice on that?
A cool bath is sometimes very helpful if Tylenol and Advil are not used.