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That being said, I have been finding a lot of new information about vitamin D (D3). Dr. John Campbell, a British nurse PhD, who I’ve been following for most of the pandemic, posted a YouTube about high dose D3 about a week ago. He’s easy to find and has a lot of good information.

Anyway, it appears that taking 50,000 iu daily has been studied and has shown no toxicity. This is exciting information. I have always dropped to 10,000 iu after doing a few weeks on higher dosage. I’m now staying at 30,000 iu daily, although I miss about 1 day a week.

Plus I got an e-mail from a doctor whose partner had fallen and hit his head, causing bleeding on the brain. Both he and his partner have been taking 50,000 iu D3 daily for over a year and the head trauma healed. No side effects.

He also sent me some historical data on vitamin D and I got to see why the toxicity scare came about. It seems that in the 1930s and 40s vitamin D was being used effectively for numerous diseases (asthma, arthritis, psoriasis…to name a few). Unfortunately the idea that “a lot is good but an enormous amount is even better” created a disaster. At 600,000 iu daily some patients died.

So, the baby got thrown out with the bathwater, and dosage dropped from 600,000 iu daily (way too much) to 600 iu daily (way too little). And that’s how vitamin D lost its value for healing.

But now we’re seeing more information about the efficacy of D3. I think that Covid brought this to the attention of a number of doctors and alternative physicians. I did know of a study done in Indonesia early on where testing was done on patients who had died of Covid. One of the results found was that over 90% were deficient in vitamin D.
And if you connect the dots to the people most likely to die during the pandemic–

1: overweight
2: dark pigmentation of skin
3. old

These are all categories where there is a definite likelihood of vitamin deficiency.

I could go on and on but I’ll leave it there for the moment. I hope you are all doing well and that your skin is behaving.

In the words of Charlie (R.I.P.) “Take care….and all that!”

Lucky and Dakota send best wishes.

Get some sunshine for 20 minutes or so before slathering on sunscreen. Sun=Nature’s miracle for getting vitamin D.❤🐾

Author: dakota

I live in the beautiful city of Vancouver, on the West coast of Canada. I share my apartment with a little Brussels Griffon called Lucky. I like to read and watch movies and draw cartoons and write. I'm also a published author and painter. Mostly I like to putter. And fix things. And think.

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