~ December 12, 2021
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Here’s our tale of woe…wish someone had some answers..
Wife Marti and I were secluded for months but in August..we went to a birthday party (private/enclosed space) with her vaxxed friends from her womens’ group…2 days later we were both suffering symptoms of neuritis/neuralgia, cognitive interruptions loss of taste and smell..etc., it took weeks to get ourselves back to ‘normal’…but I never got my smell and taste back fully…maybe half restored…
DOES ANYONE HAVE A SUGGESTION AS TO WHAT CAN BE DONE TO RESTORE EFFECTED TASTE/SMELL SENSES?
Appreciate any input at all…
DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT THE VAXXED ARE SHEDDING ? Does it have a label? Can it be treated ?
I’ll than you in advance…
STAY VIGILANT…THIS IS A WAR AUTHORITY VS. SELF DETERMINATION
Blessings end of line.
Using Zinc for Loss of Taste and Smell
Beverly Meyer, Clinical Nutritionist, MBA
Zinc and Stem Cells in Nose and Mouth
Olfactory (nasal) cells communicate to brain and nervous system receptor cells about what we breathe. Taste bud receptors on the tongue perform similar duties, telling the brain if the “food” is possibly acceptable (not a blatant poison) and how it tastes.
These receptor cells are short-lived. Stem Cells hover nearby to replace them.
Here’s where Zinc comes in – it helps Stem Cells replicate used, aged or damaged receptor cells in the nose and mouth.
Covid Damage to Oral and Nasal Epithelial Cells
Why do we get swabbed in the nose? The virus tends to inhabit and damage nasal receptor cells.
I could not find good studies on this, but most likely the infection damage of nasal and oral cells is too high for Zinc and Stem Cells to keep up, causing the loss of taste and smell.
Can Zinc Help Recover Covid Loss Of Taste and Smell?
Again, I can’t find studies, but I recommend my Clients take Zinc for its role in improving immune function, and now additionally to help recover taste and smell loss from colds, flu or other viruses. BUT: READ DOSAGE INFO below before you start extra Zinc…
Taking Zinc Affects Iron and Copper too
Like all supplements, understand WHAT you are taking and why. DO NOT TAKE EXCESS ZINC long-term.
Say this again:
Do NOT take HIGH doses of Zinc long-term. Why? Zinc, Iron and Copper form a triangle. Change one and you change the others. If you are a woman with heavy monthly cycles, you may already be borderline Iron anemic. Zinc can bind Iron. It’s OK to take high Zinc if EXPOSED to Covid or at first sign you are ill. Don’t take Iron during this time. SEE AMOUNTS BELOW.
Zinc Dosage for WomenA bottle of Zinc ready to take for loss of taste and smell
Women can safely take 15 mg. Zinc daily long-term. If you are exposed or become ill, increase to 25 – 50 mg. daily with food. Take Zinc AWAY from Iron and Copper if possible. The TYPE of Zinc you choose is important. Zinc Oxide has poor bioavailability. I prefer this BisGlycinate (it’s in the Online Store now).
After 2 weeks on the higher dose, if recovering well, go back to 15 – 20 mg. daily for a few months. If not recovering well, stay at 40 – 50 for another month and re-evaluate. Remember that Zinc is essential for Immune Function too.
CHILDREN: half doses Young children, less.
Zinc Dosage for Males
Adult men can safely take 30 – 50 mg. Zinc regularly long-term. If ill or suspecting exposure, increase for 2 weeks to 75 – 100 before dropping back. Or, as for women, stay high a little longer.
Do NOT take 100 mg. Zinc long-term, especially if you are an athlete or heavy exerciser (They tend to be low on Iron. Check Ferritin levels annually. See my articles on Ferritin).
CHILDREN: half doses. Young children, less.
Zinc deficiency is a widespread concern for people around the world – nearly 1 in 3 individuals may be deficient. Because the signs of a zinc deficiency mimic those of other common disorders, it’s often overlooked.
Even if you’re getting enough zinc in your diet, certain conditions can keep you from absorbing and utilizing this vital mineral. Stress, pregnancy, eating a vegetarian diet or one that’s high in grains, legumes, seeds, and nuts, and simply being over 60 puts you at a higher risk of being deficient.