Nicotine – A missing piece of the therapeutic puzzle concerning the bioweapons of the jab and COVID-19
By News Editors // Apr 11, 2024

The author is not a medical doctor and the following is not medical advice.

(Article by Stan Szymanski republished from

My wife and I got very sick in Dec. 2021 during the height of the ‘sharing’ of the CV-19 bioweapon by the tyrannical powers that be. Neither of us were jabbed. Neither of us responded to treatments with ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine. Our breathing capacity was in decline. We went to an organization in Pittsburgh where we were treated with Bamlanivmab/Etesevimab (monoclonal antibodies). Over the next 3-4 weeks we and our breathing recovered after this one time treatment.

Dr. Bryan Ardis illuminates that snake venom of the King Cobra and ‘krait’ venom closely resembles the ‘Covid-19’ spike protein. (‘Snakes Could Be the Original Source of the New Coronavirus Outbreak in China’ (Scientific American 1/22/20))

Monoclonal Antibodies (such as Bamlanivimab/Etesevimab) are a type of anti-venom treatment. Here is a 2019 writing on the history of snake anti-venom/monoclonal antibodies for your edification.

Dr. Ardis also shares that the snake venom attacks the nicotinic choline esterase receptors in the brain. Personally, I think (hypothesize) that may be why my wife and I did not respond to other treatments but we did respond to Bamlanivmab/Etesevimab. IMHO, we responded positively because the spike protein/venom was telling our respiratory system to slow down and the monoclonal antibody restored homeostasis to our breathing and respiration.

Dr. Ardis was recently interviewed by Mike Adams. He reiterated some of the above info and is apparently using nicotine patches (or portions thereof), nicotine gum and nicotine lozenges in his practice to combat the effects of the societal attack on the nicotinic choline esterase receptors of us humans. Apparently/allegedly, the nicotine blocks the venom from filling up the nicotinic acetyl cholinesterase receptors similar to the way potassium iodide blocks radioactive halides from filling up the iodine receptors in the thyroid when a person is exposed to radiation (like at Chernobyl). He also included information that nicotine is in potatoes, tomatoes and peppers naturally. He details his assertion that there is no evidence that nicotine itself is addictive as he requested info from the big tobacco lawsuits of years ago and there was no evidence that nicotine was addictive (in a FOIA request).

According to this source:

…’The United States Federal Drug Administration changed nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) labels and stated "decades of research and use have shown that NRT products sold OTC do not appear to have significant potential for abuse or dependence."…

Cigarettes are a different matter altogether (as opposed to standalone nicotine) and contain 599 other pharmacological agents and additives that just might have something to do with the public’s addiction to cigarettes.

I saw the interview of Dr. Pierre Kory on Greg Hunter’s USA Watchdog recently. Dr. Kory is doing great work helping people who were allegedly damaged by the jab. With all the great advances he has helped to pioneer, Dr. Kory shared that there was still a segment of the (vax) affected who did not respond with a ‘complete’ recovery with his current protocols.

Could nicotine be the missing component (this is not medical advice)? If you saw the following in this scientific writing, would you investigate further (?):

…’What makes people more concerned is the inhibitory effect of nicotine on cytokine storm in lungs in severe respiratory symptoms in the recent epidemic era of COVID-19. People tend to support a potential therapeutic role for nicotine in COVID-19, owing to the varied effects, including mood regulation, anti-inflammatory effects, and purported interference with SARS-CoV-2 entry and/or replication (21, 22).‘…

I have such great appreciation for what doctors such as Pierre Kory and Dr. Sherri Tenpenny have done to help people and the price they have paid (business wise and personally) to do so. I personally have ‘paid the price’ more than once which included giving up a career and co-developing a patented therapy to add 5 years to the life of my daughter Hannah..(please watch this 8 minute video for verification)….I co own 4 granted US patents for my work (no money received for this at least as of yet)-US Patent numbers 7932287, 8389577, 8518992, 8778996. This doesn’t mean I necessarily have any answers but I do my homework so that I might at least write an interesting and fact filled/supported article.

InNicotine in Inflammatory Diseases: Anti-Inflammatory and Pro-Inflammatory Effects it states:

…’After a comprehensive review of the published papers, we figured out that nicotine participated in more than 20 diseases by immune regulation. In addition to the most-studied neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease (23), nicotine also played different regulatory roles in ulcerative colitis, arthritis, periodontitis, sepsis, endotoxemia, multiple sclerosis, nasal eosinophilic inflammation, allergy, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, skin inflammation, placental inflammation, pancreatitis, Behçet’s disease, muscle inflammation, viral myocarditis, uveitis, experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis, systemic lupus erythematosus, and so on ( Figure 1 ).’…

The same document went on to say:

…’No matter in a common or a rare disease, nicotine may have significant effects on alleviating human diseases in the future.‘…

In this article from 2022, please check out the research regarding the alleged positive implications of nicotine therapy on:

-Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)


-Multiple sclerosis (MS)


-Allergic Diseases


…and from another source, neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s.

None of this is medical advice. Please consult a medical doctor.

Here is an interesting comment I found from Dr. Ardis:

…’“Every cell in your body has nicotine receptors including the gut. A few people, when chewing and swallowing nicotine gum get nauseous and vomit or get loose stools. This is because so much of the venom in spike proteins are attached to the nicotine receptors that line your entire bowel lining, and when nicotine is present, the massive amount of venom in the bowel lining gets released and you will feel like you have food poisoning.

“Why? Because venoms are poison, and God designed the human body to throw up poison and poop out loosely, all poisons. If this happens, please switch to nicotine patches. The nicotine skips the bowels and gets absorbed into your blood stream through your skin in less than 30 seconds. This is why I (Dr. Ardis) do patches every day. Most people have no reaction to the gum or the nicotine orally, but some do. Using a nicotine patch mitigates that problem (’…(Author note: This is not personal medical advice for anyone. For informational purposes only.)

One has to wonder that if Nicotine has the promise of significant effects on alleviating human diseases in the future, that the lifelong campaign to demonize it may have been a ruse to cover up the 599 other substances that are put into cigarettes.

Thanks to Dr. Ardis and a bit of research, I was able to find all the above info about the therapeutic nature of Nicotine.

Why isn’t your doctor talking to you about this and why isn’t the mainstream media who pushed the jab incessantly (and got paid handsomely to do it) doing stories on Nicotine?

Could it be that they are working for an entity who is not working in your best interest?

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