Pfizer Covid Vaccine Found in Human Liver Cell DNA

Updated: Mar 24


New research from the Lund University in Sweden has shown that the Pfizer BioNTech Covid m-RNA vaccine has been found in the DNA of human liver cells.


The research was done using hepatocytes, human liver cells, in vitro. This means that the experiment wasn't conducted within a living human being but rather within a test tube or cell culture.


The experiment went as follows: human liver cells were introduced to the Pfizer Covid m-RNA vaccine. To learn how to the vaccine works, visit this blog post that detailed the mechanism of action of the top 3 vaccines: Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson.


After the vaccine was introduced the researchers noticed an increase in the activity of an enzyme called LINE-1. LINE-1 is a reverse transcriptase.


Reverse transcriptase is an enzyme that has the ability to synthesize DNA once the RNA is transcribed.


This wasn't thought to be a concern for the covid vaccine because the m-RNA in the vaccine wasn't thought to stay in the body for very long. It was also not thought to migrate further than the site of injection, usually the deltoid. So the question of the m-RNA in the Covid vaccine becoming transcribed into DNA wasn't a big consideration.


Enter Reverse Transcriptase


As stated above, reverse transcriptase is an enzyme that synthesizes DNA from RNA. How it does this is by first creating a single strand of DNA to complement the RNA. This creates a DNA-RNA hybrid type of molecule.


This molecule serves as a template for the other strand of DNA, which is a double stranded molecule as opposed to the single-stranded RNA.


Once the RNA strand is degraded, a new DNA strand can then take the place of the RNA.


Covid Vaccine DNA Found in Liver Cells


Once the vaccine was introduced to the liver cells and the researchers noticed an increase in reverse transcriptase activity, they then used PCR (polymerase chain reaction) to amplify the DNA in the liver cells which showed an uptake of the covid vaccine m-RNA transcribed into DNA.


What's even more concerning is that the covid vaccine genetic material was incorporated into the human liver cells within 6 hours of introduction of the vaccine.


What does this mean?


While we can only speculate what this ultimately means, research seems to indicate that covid vaccine material can indeed enter into and modify human DNA. The implications of this is still unknown.


Vaccine Detox?


With the introduction of this new information, some might find this worrisome while others may find relief. Still others may be suffering from adverse effects that they associate with the vaccine.


So this begs the question: if you or a loved one are having ill effects from the vaccine is there a way to "detox" this?


In my professional opinion, there really isn't anything that can be done to detoxify the body from the covid vaccine genetic material since it literally may be incorporated into your DNA. This means that the spike protein m-RNA, now integrated into DNA, could potentially be creating spike protein in the body indefinitely or even permanently, leading to spike protein damaging organ systems of the body like the cardiovascular system.


Unfortunately, at this point in time, there isn't a reliable way to change your DNA.


This doesn't mean that there is no hope. If you are suffering from side effects of the vaccine, then there are steps you can take to better your health.


While the exact methods to address any ill effects are directly related to your symptoms, there are some basic steps that you can take to improve your health today.


These steps include: reducing stress, exercising, getting enough sleep, eating whole foods with a focus on lean protein and fresh vegetables and fruits.


Talk to your health care provider about using liver supporting supplements like glutathione and milk thistle to help support the body's detoxification systems. You may want to consider taking omega-3s and curcumin ( the active component in turmeric) to reduce inflammation, vitamin C and E as powerful antioxidants, and bio therapeutic drainage to assist in removing any remaining vaccine adjuvants that can cause harm.


In addressing the vaccine m-RNA transcribed into DNA, you may want to consider looking into supplements like L-arginine to reduce the potentially harmful effects that the spike protein can have on the respiratory system [2]


While this is just a basic list, it is best to talk to you health care provider about how to best support your body. If you're looking for naturopathic care, sign up for a free 15 minute consultation today to see how naturopathic medicine can help you.


What's next?

At this point, only time will tell what, if any, long term effects the Covid vaccine has by integrating into the body's DNA. If the VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System) data tells only a part of the story, then having Covid vaccine inserted into the DNA may turn out to be more bad than good.



With some sources stating that VAERS is underreported [3], we just don't know the real extent of adverse effects associated with the Covid vaccines at this time. It does need to be noted that adverse events reported through VAERS are only associated with vaccines and not necessarily the caused by them.


While the Covid-19 crises proved to be a public health disaster, only time will tell if the vaccine itself was more harmful or beneficial.










References

  1. https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/immunology-and-microbiology/reverse-transcriptase

  2. https://www.thelancet.com/journals/eclinm/article/PIIS2589-5370(21)00405-3/fulltext

  3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK232983/




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