Just what I don’t need

This Mutinus elegans was found sprouted up near the tomato patch. Wikipedia says that in “a study of 32 basidiomycete mushrooms showed that Mutinus elegans was the only species to show antibiotic (both antibacterial and antifungal) activity against all six microorganisms tested, namely, the human pathogenic bacteris Bacillus cereus, Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhimurium and the yeast Candida albicans.

Nothing for viral pneumonia. Rats.


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4 responses to “Just what I don’t need

  1. meshugunah

    Not a lot of meds available for viral diseases, usually only can treat the symptoms. Would either of the two much-disparaged Wuhan treatment protocols do you any good? Is your doctor allowed to prescribe them?

    Were you given a spirometer or other breathing exercise device? Could offer each session as a Flower to our Lady – think of the Juggler of Notre Dame. (Mine have had little balls that I had to get up to level, and tubes to raise – circus acts…)
    Dear Son reminds us that this may be an opportunity for you to edit/finish your novel and get it published, as there is a dearth of GOOD Catholic fiction!

  2. Gina Nakagawa

    Prayers can do a lot. Sending them up to Our Dear Lady, Mother of Priests. Woule also love to see you finish your novel. I love Robert Hugh Benson, but we do need more, a lot more, ecellent Catholic fiction. Hope you are up to the task physically.

  3. Joe Germano

    Ivermectin is extremely helpful. If your doctor won’t write a prescription, you can buy 1% injectable solution at your local farm store. Dosage is 1 cc per 110 pounds. Here is a page with everything you need to know about Ivermectin. It usually will have quick results for Covid and other viral infections (1-2 days). https://www.barnhardt.biz/ivermectin/

  4. sanfelipe007

    If you don’t have a license, DON’T practice medicine!

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