How a Biohacker is Protecting Himself From Coronavirus

Tips, Tactics, and Biohacks, as well as the surprising power of keeping a level head.

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Bee Propolis

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Oil of Oregano & Thieves

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5ph @
  • 4 oz dried sage
  • 2 oz dried lavender
  • 5 oz fresh rue
  • 1 oz camphor dissolved in vinegar
  • ¼ oz sliced garlic
  • 1 dr bruised cloves
  • 1 gallon strongly distilled wine vinegar

Strict High-Quality Sleep Schedule

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Healing Movement

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  1. After these breaths, allow yourself to breathe how you want to and let your thoughts dissipate into your relaxation.
  2. When you feel like it, visualize yourself sitting in a theater with a large blank projection screen.
  3. See your ideal self living out their life on the screen. Include as much detail as you can. Make a point to see yourself as healthy, confident, and resilient.
  4. Often I will experience my mind ascribing negative thoughts to my image. These are usually thoughts I have in the real world. If I’ve been feeling lazy recently, or low energy, I may see my imagined self that way. When these thoughts appear, simply laugh quietly to yourself at your worries mind, and let them go.
  5. After several minutes visualizing, allow the image to fade except for you and the imagined you standing face to face in a room.
  6. See your ideal self begin to turn into light which absorbs into you. You are this version of yourself. They are a part of you. Now, with this new and improved self image, open your eyes and continue with your day.


The COVID-19 coronavirus is probably the hottest topic in the world right now.

Founder: ISSA Certified Trainer, Ziglar Legacy Certified Speaker, Biohacker, Perspectivist, Conscious Carnivore

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