These resources are for both vaccinated and unvaccinated.
These guides, and associated links, will also be useful for Doctors.
The World Council for Health draws on the expertise of a large number of doctors and scientists. It has created these guides to inform and help on issues related to Covid.
Some other guides, from FLCCC and others, can be found below.
Guides are for educational purposes. Read each guide carefully including cautionary advice.
These are evolving guides with emerging information – please check on links for the most recent updates and newly added guides.
Early Covid-19 treatment guidelines: A practical approach to home-based care for healthy families
This is an up-to-date guide to managing Covid-19 illness effectively at home. Covid should be treated early, with a combination of therapies, and treated aggressively to avoid the more serious consequences of the illness.
This guide will answer the questions:
- What are the symptoms of Covid-19?
- How does the illness progress?
- What can you do to treat Covid-19 at home?
- When should you go to the hospital with Covid-19?
Is Vitamin C effective in the fight against Covid-19?
This guide asks if Vitamin C can help prevent infection and help with treatment, how much to take and when.
Natural immunity vs. vaccine acquired immunity, the story so far…
This World Council for Health article draws on evidence from the current scientific literature to provide answers to four important questions pertaining to natural immunity to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, and compares it broadly with what is known so far about the immunity provided by the Covid-19 inoculations.
Spike Protein Detox Guide
This is an evolving guide with emerging information on how to clear viral and vaccine-induced spike proteins from the body. The lists of herbal and other medicines and supplements have been compiled in a collaboration between international doctors, scientists, and holistic medical practitioners.
This guide will discuss several key features of these conditions that can be targeted during a detox:
- The spike protein
- ACE2 receptors
- Interleukin 6 (IL-6)
- Serine protease
and Important Safety Information Before Beginning a Detox
Here’s how you can optimize your natural immune system
A practical approach to keeping healthy after your Covid-19 jab
The World Council for Health recognizes that some people become unwell after the Covid-19 vaccination. This guide describes the types of illnesses associated with injection and how doctors are managing them.
Vaccine side effects can occur with mRNA Covid-19 injections (Moderna, Pfizer BioNTech, or Comirnaty) as well as the DNA-type of Covid-19 injections (Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca).
Side effects are more common with two vaccine doses than a single dose and can be categorized as:
- Immediate side effects
- Covid-19 like illness
- Post Covid-19 injection syndrome (pCoIS)
Covid-19 and pregnancy: Guidance for healthy moms and babies
This guide is for pregnant women, new moms, and also for those who are trying to conceive.
This guide will answer the questions:
- If I get Covid-19 when I am pregnant can I pass it on to my baby?
- What can I do if I get Covid-19 in pregnancy?
- How safe are Covid-19 vaccines in pregnancy?
- Should I have the Covid-19 vaccine if I plan to become pregnant?
- Can the Covid-19 vaccines affect fertility?
- Is the Covid-19 vaccine safe if I am breastfeeding?
- How do I protect my baby from Covid-19
Does my child need to be vaccinated against Covid-19?
The most meaningful things we can do for our children right now are focus on health, stability in their daily lives while showing a lot of love with direct contact, and education. As parents and caregivers, we know our children best. Always remember that you are the most important advocate for your children, and you are their last line of defense.
Be prepared and informed about the Covid vaccine for children.
Are masks effective for Covid-19? What the science says…
Are masks effective? Safe? Types of mask? What are the health and psychological impacts?
If you decide to wear a mask what are best practises?