It does not even make logical sense that you would spray something up your nose to prevent you from inhaling a microbe.
But apparently, you’re going to start seeing the robot people spraying something up their nose all day long now.
The problem is, they will have to take off both their masks to inject the spray. That creates a quandary.
A B.C. biotech firm says it has developed an effective treatment for anyone who’s contracted COVID-19, and is now seeking federal approval for emergency use of the product.
Following months of clinical trials, Vancouver-based SaNOtize says its nasal spray has been found to reduce COVID-19 levels by 95 per cent within 24 hours, and more than 99 per cent in under three days.
“When you use the nasal spray, it really kills the virus in the nose, and reduces the viral load,” said Dr. Gilly Regev, who co-founded SaNOtize with Dr. Chris Miller.
I thought the viral megaload was half-way into your brain?
Now it’s just hanging out in the front of your nose, with your boogers?
I guess that makes about as much sense as science changing its mind about six feet social distancing and deciding it’s only three feet social distancing.
None of us can truly know the mind of science, or its divine will on earth, until the experts tell us.
During testing, COVID-19 patients in Canada and the U.K. self-administered the nasal spray. When treated quickly enough, the virus was killed before it could spread to the lungs, according to the startup. Miller said using the spray could mean milder symptoms and a potentially quicker recovery for anyone with COVID-19.
“You get exposed, you test positive, and you take this. Within a day, or two days, or maximum four days, you’re back out on the street,” he told CTV News.
Back out on the street?
Hopefully nothing disreputable.
The nasal spray contains nitric oxide, which is known to act as a disinfectant and is produced naturally in humans. No one reported any side effects during the nasal spray’s trial phase.
The developers say it can be used worldwide, as an added layer of protection against COVID-19.
“It will be another tool in your toolbox. Just like you have your hand sanitizer and your mask, you will have your nasal spray. The idea is that it’s not instead of the vaccine, it’s to augment the vaccine,” explained Regev.
Testing also found the spray works against the COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7 that originated in the U.K.
“We believe this will also be effective against all other variants,” added Miller.
Surely, it can’t stop all the variants?
That would be a miracle juice.
Seriously though, don’t spray nitric oxide up your nose. That is insane. They will say “oh but your body makes it,” but in high concentration, this is a dangerous chemical, and I would imagine that it would make the nasal pathway much more susceptible to infection.
This coronavirus stuff is all just bizarre voodoo now, and it’s not safe. No one is considering any of the health effects of these measures taken to prevent a disease that likely doesn’t exist. The masks are restricting oxygen flow to the brain, and we have no idea what that is doing to people’s brains. Children especially. We don’t know what this obsessive use of hand-sanitizer is doing, but it is likely creating super-germs.
This is from the National Institutes of Health:
None of these things they are doing make any sense, and none of the real life consequences of these things are being considered. It’s all about the fantasy, and they don’t care what the real effects are. Just like they don’t care about the suicides, drug overdoses, divorces, psychological damage, or any of the rest of it.
Just like they won’t explain what the vaccine is. It’s all a big joke to these people.
I expect Anthony Fauci to come out and endorse this nasal poison soon enough.