Israel researchers say that ulvan, the major water-soluble polysaccharide extracted from the cell wall of green seaweed, could be the ticket to stopping coronaviruses (including influenza and the common cold) from infecting human cells.
Prof. Alexander Golberg and a team of researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU) published a paper in the peer-reviewed journal PeerJ explaining what they found.
"The lack of access to vaccines takes the lives of many victims and even accelerates the creation of new variants," Golberg is quoted as saying, spreading the usual pro-jab propaganda.
"The study is still in its early stages, but we hope that the discovery will be used in the future to develop an accessible and effective drug, preventing infection with the coronavirus. Our findings at this stage arouse cautious optimism."
Golberg and his colleagues have been investigating seaweed for the past eight years, they say, looking for different compounds primarily for the food industry.
During the first wave of plandemic lockdowns, they began to think about how seaweed might contain actual healing compounds that have the potential to cure Chinese Germs and other diseases.
It was already known that certain seaweed constituents contain antiviral properties. And since the Fauci Flu is said to be a virus, they put two-and-two together and got to work.
At the start of the research, Golberg recalls needing access to the virus itself but not being able to find it. It turns out that so-called "covid" has never actually been isolated or even proven to exist.
This is obviously a major problem, so Golberg had to search for the alleged virus outside of Israel, as only the Israel Institute of Biological Research supposedly had it and refused to release it.
As you may recall, The University of Alabama was caught conspiring with the communist Chinese regime to conduct "research" on Chinese Germs.
Whatever Golberg received, that is what he used to conduct his research involving seaweed, which still holds promise in protecting against coronaviruses, generally speaking.
"Ulvan is extracted from marine algae called Ulva, which is also called 'sea lettuce' and is food in places like Japan, New Zealand, and Hawaii," Golberg explained.
"It has previously been reported that ulvan is effective against viruses in agriculture and also against some of the human viruses ? and when coronavirus arrived, we asked to test its activity."
After growing Ulva algae and extracting ulvan from it, Golberg and his team sent it off to the Southern Research Institute in Alabama, where a "cellular model" was supposedly constructed to assess the activity of the algae extract on "covid."
These cell models, which were exposed to both coronavirus and ulvan, did not become infected, suggesting that the seaweed extract might be a viable tool in putting an end to the plandemic.
"In other words, ulvan prevents the cells from becoming infected with coronavirus," Golberg said, summing up his research.
In order to continue receiving research funding, Golberg also threw in the usual caveat about how everyone around the world should still get "vaccinated" for the Chinese Flu. Getting jabbed in obedience to the government, Golberg maintains, is still the "best" thing for stopping the virus.
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