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-What else is out there that might help you? -

Most of what follows is taken directly from the FLCCC ‘I-RECOVER’ website.

I-RECOVER: Long COVID Treatment - FLCCC | Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (

“Although we have listed suggested therapies below, we strongly suggest that, before initiating any of the below therapeutics, all patients and providers closely review the more detailed and comprehensive document — “An Approach to Managing Post-Vaccine Syndrome” — for information regarding dosing, cautions, contraindications, and other important details. Page numbers are noted below for ease of reference.” We absolutely endorse this recommendation!

First Line Therapies (considered by FLCCC to be the most likely to help)

None of these therapies are symptom specific; generally they are listed in order of importance)– Please note that we (Moxafrica) have highlighted in bold any specific therapies which we consider can be safely, cheaply and reasonably considered in most cases without an attending physician’s advice, although the page references should of course be carefully reviewed  and FLCCC's own disclaimer noted before doing so – the appropriate link is identified below)(Please note that the page numbers are correct at the time of the publication of this website, but may not be 100% correct at the time you may link to the FLCCC document).

  • Intermittent daily fasting or periodic daily fasts (pg. 16)

  • Ivermectin (pg. 19)

  • Moderating physical activity (pg. 19)

  • Low-dose naltrexone (pg. 20)

  • Resveratrol (pg. 20)

  • Melatonin (pg. 20)

  • Aspirin (pg. 20) (81mg daily)

  • Methylene blue (pg. 20)

  • Sunlight and Photobiomodulation (pg. 22)

  • Probiotics/prebiotics (pg. 23) *

  • Spermidine (pg. 23)

Adjunctive/Second-Line Therapies (considered less likely to help but worth considering)

(Also listed in order of importance)

  • Magnesium (pg. 24)

  • N-acetyl cysteine (pg. 24)

  • Cardio Miracle™ and L-arginine/L-citrulline supplements (pg. 24)

  • Omega-3 fatty acids (pg. 25)

  • Sildenafil (pg. 25)

  • Nigella sativa (pg. 25)

  • Vitamin C (pg. 25)

  • Vitamin D (with Vitamin K2) (pg. 25)

  • Fluvoxamine (pg. 25)

  • Non-invasive brain stimulation (pg. 26)

  • Intravenous Vitamin C (pg. 26)

  • Behavioral modification, relaxation therapy, mindfulness therapy, and psychological support (pg. 26)

Moxafrica’s statement on all of the the above:

We very strongly recommend carefully consulting the whole text and particularly the pages referenced to each of the above therapies before considering them further I-RECOVER-Post-Vaccine-Protocol.pdf (

*Regarding probiotics: 

There has been some suggestion that the coronavirus (or its spike protein) can possibly persist in the gut long after it has been cleared from the lungs, and that this may either be a cause or a contributory factor to Long COVID. It has been separately suggested that existing digestive issues (such as IBS etc) may be a predisposing factor to Long COVID. In the case of SARS-CoV-2 persisting in the gut, consequent inflammation in the gut is probably triggered by interaction between the existing host microbiome and the novel pathogen, an inflammation that can be transferred through the body via the vagus nerve. It has separately been suggested that one particular species of probiotic bacteria can actually destroy the coronavirus - this is the bifidobacterium. While we cannot confirm either claim, we can still reasonably suggest it may help to include a probiotic that includes live bifidobacter culture in your diet - although we also suggest experimenting with probiotics using a variety of fermented foods so that a variety of species of probiotic bacteria are also introduced into the gut at the same time. This may be particularly important if you were suffering from digestive issues before the onset of your Long COVID.

In our view, each one could potentially be used on its own, in combination and/or alongside others listed and/or the moxa therapy if you choose to try it, but always be careful about overdoing things!

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