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Global Review Spotlights Most Widely Used Supplements During COVID-19


“Vitamin C, D and Zinc were the most widely reported supplements used during COVID, whilst natural/herbal products including ginger and honey were also popular, a new systematic review concludes.” [Source: nutraingredients.com]


As the dangers of the experimental vaccines and drugs used against COVID-19 became apparent, it is hardly surprising that many people turned to natural therapies to protect their health. There is a growing volume of evidence that vitamins are powerful health-promoting tools in the fight against the pandemic.

Even as early as March 2020, a Chinese medical team had already reported the successful treatment of coronavirus patients with high-dose vitamin C. Further confirming the status of vitamin C as the critical nutrient in the pandemic, subsequent trials have confirmed that it greatly reduces mortality in patients at life-threatening stages of COVID-19. Utilizing the micronutrient synergy approach, scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute have proven that combining vitamin C with other natural compounds impedes key mechanisms of coronavirus infection.

With a team of Spanish doctors further demonstrating that high-dose vitamin D cuts the risk of death from the virus by 60 percent, and Singapore researchers showing that daily doses of vitamin D, vitamin B12 and magnesium reduce the severity of COVID-19 in older patients, it is time for vitamins to move into the medical mainstream of COVID-19 prevention and treatment. If pharmaceutical medicine had an effective and safe solution to the problem, we would surely have seen it by now.

To read how a study carried out by scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute has demonstrated the efficacy of a specific combination of micronutrients and plant extracts against the original SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and its Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, Kappa, and Mu variants, see this article on our website.