Covid vs Nicotine : The argument

01 Dec

Logical disjunctionA rare disease keeps some of our fellow humans away from being vaccinated against Covid-19. This rare disease is called “Logic” and those sufferers, beyond any other known cause (1, 2), are prevented from proceeding to vaccination by the following three “predicates”:
1. Studies have shown that while, on the one hand, smokers are more susceptible to respiratory infections -and thus to SARS-CoV-2 disease- on the other hand, the proportion of smokers with coronavirus is a lot less than that of non-smokers. Cigarette smoke helps suppress the expression of ACE2 (the receptor where it is believed that the coronavirus adheres to get into human cells) in cells and therefore reduces the ability of SARS-CoV-2 to enter cells.
USA: Researchers at the Faculty of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, who made a relative publication in the US journal “JAMA Internal Medicine”, analyzed data from 7,102 Covid-19 patients, of whom 85% were never smokers, 13% were former smokers, and 2% current smokers.
China: Of 343 patients, only 4.4% were smokers. Out of 139 outpatients, only 5.3% were smokers.
France: At the French hospital of Pitié-Salpêtrière1, studies have been made on 480 patients positive for Covid-19, 350 of whom had to be treated, while the others had lighter symptoms and remained restricted at their home. It was found that out of the hospitalized patients, whose average age was 65, only 4.4%, were active smokers. Those who were not hospitalized had an average age of 44 years and only 5.3% smoked.
Published studies as of 25 April 2020 included 6,515 hospitalized patients in China, USA, South Korea and Japan, of which 440 were smokers. If the prepublications are included, 10,631 patients were tested, 961 of whom were smokers.
In the evaluation of 30 studies on the relationship between smoking and Covid-19, the largest of such meta-analysis to date, involving a total of 11,104 patients, only 961 were smokers.
Here the indefatigable Phil has found over 4,000 studies in which smoking status is recorded, and here, Christopher, writer and researcher at the Institute of Economic Affairs, focus on studies which use epidemiological methods and adjust for other factors. The main conclusion is that smokers are less likely to be infected and ex-smokers are more likely to be hospitalised if they catch the virus.
Because the smoker receives nicotine rather than he is smoking, coronavirus cannot “hit” him with its toxic sequence. However, when a smoker is hospitalized, the first thing that happens is to have him stop smoking – quite rightly – but they do not replace nicotine with an analogous medicinal product of nicotine, as they may had to. The footings on its cell receptors are rapidly emptying and the virus has the opportunity to poison the now open receptors. Given the condition of a smoker, death is easier.
Sources 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Smoking status of Hospitalized COVID-19 patients in China (Farsalinos Study)

2. Someone I know needed the services of a disinsectization team in order to fight the woodworm in his home, and he told me, disinfection was made with nicotine! A brief survey in the net was enough to reveal that nicotine is also used as an insecticide, and that it must be the main cause of the big issue of poisoning bees that has arisen worldwide, a major ecological catastrophe.
Nicotine is the poisonous alkaloid (C10 H14 N2) which except in the tobacco plant, is contained in smaller concentrations in the edible family Solanaceae, such as potato, tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, etc. It serves as a therapeutic stimulant of the nervous system. It has also been used in the manufacture of insecticides, initially considered as an “ecological” insecticide from the plant kingdom. Nicotine has been used as an insecticide since at least the 1690s, in the form of tobacco extracts (although other components of tobacco also seem to have pesticide effects). Nicotine pesticides have not been commercially available in the US since 2014, and homemade pesticides are banned on organic crops and not recommended for small gardeners. Nicotine pesticides have been banned in the EU since 2009. (Many of these prohibitions apply to open air fields.) However, foods are imported from countries in which nicotine pesticides are allowed, but foods may not exceed maximum nicotine levels. Neonicotinoids, which are derived from and structurally similar to nicotine, are widely used as agricultural and veterinary pesticides as of 2016. In nicotine-producing plants, nicotine functions as an antiherbivory chemical; consequently, nicotine has been widely used as an insecticide, and neonicotinoids, such as imidacloprid, are widely used.
Neonicotinoid pesticides
Neonicotinoids are particularly toxic to insects. They’re systemic, they end up in the pollen and the nectar of the flowers. Neonicotinoids have been increasingly used in crops in the European Union and have been linked to the bee colony collapse syndrome. Neonicotinoid pesticides, which are neurotoxic, cause significant damage not only to bees, but to many other species.

Sources 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

3. Finally, this vulnerable group of our fellow human beings, because of their rare autoimmune disease, know that never, under any government, it would be openly announced that smokers, on the basis of probability, are less at risk to Coronavirus!

If these reasonable arguments are not enough to convince one, then, at least, take into consideration the four barriers to truth, and keep in mind that: “The masses have never thirsted after truth. They turn aside from evidence that is not to their taste, preferring to deify error, if error seduce them. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim. An individual in a crowd is a grain of sand amid other grains of sand, which the wind stirs up at will.Gustave Le Bon

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3 responses to “Covid vs Nicotine : The argument

  1. fruitofthefuture

    28/12/2021 at 23:37

    You posted on my nuts site. This is way better put together. You can tell I’m lacks because I doubt people will end up caring enough. Your argument makes a lot of sense. Although in small enough quantities nicotine isn’t harmful just addictive, it still is present everywhere. When adjusting an insecticide you have to to take into account threshold levels through ALL impacted species. Bees are cool, I like them. I don’t want to see some super expensive mentally disabled project to force pollination with drones.. its silly. If you are not just going to use dawn detergent and water or you get weevils ect. Insecticides must be made with the entire community in mind. It already happens in nature. Most people don’t even realize that owning cats as pets even though domesticated is a new thing. They were used for mousing. Because of a parasite that can only reproduce in a cats digestive track, nature found a way to make cat poop lure mice. Mice are naturally afraid of the smell of cat urine, you can keep a lot of pests out of your house just spreading litter. However this parasite effects us a little and mice a lot, causing them to be drawn to the odor. They go mad and have the cat eat them, continuing the cycle of the parasite. Keep thinking no one else is, your point is valid to an extent (I always say that when involving studies). People just do not want to think about what being a good steward really is. Are GMOs ok? Sure if the nutritional value is equivalent, they turn the soul regularly and its unable to reproduce to the extent it cannot pollinate outside crops. The whole Monsanto soy bean thing is ridiculous. Were they patenting every possible combination genetically with their crop or just saying “hey look heres our markers, you can’t keep seed you have our intellectual property even though we poisoned you with it?” I don’t know but science is reaching a critical failure, in my opinion and we need more eyes on things like this.

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  2. fruitofthefuture

    28/12/2021 at 23:55

    Sorry went off the rails. My point being that nature itself is much more efficient, its already time tested. Using things like peppermint and deterrents are way more effective then actually lethal insecticides. We grow 40% more food than we can even consume so why is it even an issue to rely on ancient agricultural knowledge, that miraculously has supported our evolution for hundreds of thousands of years. The appendix was theorized to give humans the ability to process nutrients from tree bark… we only had what 2 massive ice ages equating to about 20,000 years? (Not sure if I hit the mark but round abouts those numbers). What would be the benefit of such an organ in an ample rich environment..none. should we have ever lost it while people are dying of starvation? That is the mystery but not so much we can’t ascertain what happened. Any pill or any drug are derived from plants and animal hormones. Often times the natural formation is better, and I’ll leave you with this as an indicator. The F.D.A tried extremely hard to make mytraginia specious or Kratos illegal. It was hurting opiod prices (jeeze wonder why we slapped Pfizer for the oxyconten lies then gave them the most lucrative contract for a virus it housing nation essentially created). So when states and people woke up that this leaf had been used for thousands of years for pain, can be refined to the level of oxytocin pain relief but with 0% chance of death from overdose and about as 3rd of addictive..what do you imagine happened? We paid south Asian countries to stop growing the stuff, luckily I don’t think it will work thats why we pulled out of Afghanistan (possibly). Should it be regulated, yes. Should it be over the counter maybe? We had lower addiction rates when heroin was made by Johnson and Johnson (yes for children use) than we do now. Why?

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    • Αβερράνδος

      29/12/2021 at 23:18

      I think you hit the mark, for my understanding anyway. The new situation is, that companies replaced the power that/which states, people or consitution should have in hand! Be well!!



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