A major side effect of taking most iterations of the Covid-19 Vaccination is abnormality in the blood.
A peer-reviewed study conducted in Italy shows that 94% of just over 1000 individuals had blood abnormalities, including but not limited to the following:
Aggregation and rouleaux stacking
Presence of metallic particulate
The appearance of particulate resembling graphene-family super structures
Abnormal red blood cell distribution
Deformation of the cell profile
Clumping and clotting of the red blood cells
Blood clotting disorders, known medically as Hypercoagulation, will be the main focus of this relatively short post.
In this post, written in late 2022, we see that medical professionals have determined that blood clots were “recognized early in the pandemic among hospitalized COVID-19 patients”.
In this article, (section 8.1.3) it is notated that blood clotting is a known side effect of Astra Zeneca, though it is considered rare.
In May of 2022, the FDA limited the use of the Covid-19 Vaccine for certain individuals for the main reasoning of an increased risk of Thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) in this press announcement.
On December 1st, 2022. this study was released in Volume 41 Issue 2 the journal, Vaccine. “FDA researchers, crunching data from a database of elderly persons in the United States, found that pulmonary embolism—blood clotting in the lungs—met the initial threshold for a statistical signal and continued meeting the criteria after a more in-depth evaluation. Three other outcomes of interest—a lack of oxygen to the heart, a blood platelet disorder called immune thrombocytopenia, and another type of clotting called intravascular coagulation—initially raised red flags, researchers said. More in-depth evaluations, such as comparisons with populations who received influenza vaccines, showed those three as no longer meeting the statistical threshold for a signal.”
Dr. Peter McCullough, chief medical adviser for the Truth for Health Foundation, told The Epoch Times via email that the new paper “corroborates the concerns of doctors that the large uptick in blood clots, progression of atherosclerotic heart disease, and blood disorders is independently associated with COVID-19 vaccination.”
I believe the clots are much more common due to underreporting to Vaers however, this post is specifically trying to help those who may be experiencing blood clotting right now. I will add to this post if and when I find more evidence that this is more commonplace occurrence.
To reduce blood clotting, consume raw garlic, as it is a natural blood thinner, consume turmeric root/powder as it is an anti-inflammatory, and consume raw onions as it is also known to be an effective blood thinner.
Please note that too much of anything is bad, and that effects of some medications you may be taking could be nullified. Consult medical professionals and DYOR to find what works best for you.