In a Chinese study, almost all cases of Covid-19 cases had a severe lack of potassium in the blood.
A new research study by researchers from Wenzhou Medical University in Zhejiang Province led by Dr. Don Chen revealed that almost all Covid-19 patients exhibited hypokalaemia and that supplementation with potassium ions was one of the many factors that helped patients recover. Hypokalaemia is best described as low level of potassium ions (K +) ions in the blood serum.
The study involving 175 patients in collaboration with Wenzhou Hospital found that almost all patients showed hypokalaemia and for those who already had hypokalaemia, the situation also worsened dramatically as the disease progressed.
The study found that patients responded well to potassium ion supplements and had a better chance of recovery and did so faster.
”Additional in vitro tests have identified the formation of free radicals, the activation of calcium-dependent potassium ion channels (around 42 GHz, 100, 150, 240 μW/cm2, 20–40 min) as well as changes at the cell membrane in exposed cells”
”Extremely High Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Facilitate Electrical Signal Propagation by Increasing Transmembrane Potassium Efflux in an Artificial Axon Model.”
Connect the dots!