The Chetty Protocol


Thanks to Dr. Shankara Chetty, a brilliant South African physician, we now have a clear picture of the elements at work in the progression to illness in those who have a serious respiratory problem resulting from COVID. You can watch his inspiring conversation with Reiner Fuellmich, a renown lawyer.

Here are the elements:

A vector which most scientists, but not all, consider to be a virus carries a genetic message to a living being (while we are mainly interested in humans, other species can also be affected.

The vector causes genetic material to be taken up by human tissues where it multiplies. During this phase which may appear as a sore throat, mild fever, fatigue or other symptoms like taste or hearing changes – mostly more a nuisance and for some they may go largely unnoticed.

During this phase the genetic material, which in the case of naturally acquires COVID is often mainly confined to the respiratory tract, produces spike protein. This dangerous protein begins to cause local reactions in e.g. lung, brain, soft tissue, and vascular endothelium, all the while priming the wider innate immune system. These changes may be unnoticed.

At about the 8th day after the onset of symptoms, the immune system, recognizing the spike protein and the tissues which harbor it as “foreign” begin to cause a Class 1 allergic response. The typical Class 1 response – anaphylaxis is the life-threatening generalized allergic response. That’s when the cough and breathing become worse. What separates this from its counterpart which looks so similar on X-ray is the absence of fever. This is no viral pneumonia and should not be treated as such.

Dr. Cheddy has treated over 7000 patients and has had no COVID deaths.

 His Approach:

His community is well prepared. They know that they should be aware at the first sign of a sniffle, or in the case of the emerging Omechron variant, fatigue, muscle pain or XXX and to rest. Our additional recommendations during this period include continuing, or starting a regimen to strengthen and balance your immunity; to avoid inflammatory foods we include simple sugars and fruits, dairy and gluten.
His patients go immediately to his clinic at the first sign of shortness of breath where they will be treated for an allergic reaction. Usually within a day there is a rapid reversal of the symptoms.

The protocol

1. High dose steroids to suppress immunity: Rx Prednisone 75 – 80 mg/d for most people for five days. He found a lesser dose didn’t work.

2. To counteract interleukins and proinflammatory prostaglandins: Rx Montelukast (Singulair TM) 10 mg/day for two weeks.

3. For histamine (allergic) suppression, a Class 1 antihistamine: diphenhydramine (Benadryl) 25 mg three times daily before meals available OTC. Do not use the newer non-drowsy antihistamines as they are not so effective.

4. To prevent blood clots: ASA 325 mg, 1 twice daily with food for one week.
For those already taking ASA he recommends adding Clopidrogel 75 mg. Rx 4 tabs at once followed by one daily for two weeks.

If you are experiencing the onset of respiratory symptoms and it is difficult for you to reach your medical doctor and would like to consult with an MD who is familiar with different treatment approaches you might consider the following:

Different waves of Covid – what are the differences?

First wave – headache, low fever, fatigue, muscle and back pain

Second wave – low fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea

Third wave – headache, sense disturbances

Is there a difference if you get COVID naturally or if you are immunized?

Natural responses to COVID finds the vector transmitting COVID working, at first primarily in your nose and upper airway, while it transmits the message to create spike protein. It thus takes the 7 days to form enough spike protein for your innate immune system to begin to react.

Immunization creates a different pathway to the goal which is the production of spike protein. The theory is that COVID disease produces spike protein and by receiving the immunization your immune system will have the advantage of already creating antibodies against the spike protein and thus give you immunity. This theory is faulty and immunization fails to prevent COVID (which is why the mask wearing and isolating). This approach could only succeed if the immunization created antibodies to the COVID vector but this vector has never been isolated.  It is well established that those immunized are susceptible to getting COVID and to transmitting it. Additionally, the immunization produces a one-sided imbalance in immune function which makes the immunized more susceptible to infection by COVID and other pathogens. It does confer the benefit of reducing the response to the spike protein by improving tolerance, and thus making the clinical course of the COVID illness a little better.


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