Sadly, medical hero Dr. Vladimir Zelenko passed away recently after a long battle with cancer.
He dedicated the last years of his life to fighting totalitarian medical bureaucrats — and to finding healthy alternatives to their mandates.
You might have heard about his Z-Stack, a natural supplement that contain the “bullet and the gun” for zinc-based disruption of viral replication (ordering through this link and the links below benefits Gateway Pundit).
But a product that didn’t become available until after Dr. Zelenko’s death is his Kids Z-Stack.
He was so proud of Kids Z-Stack, he filmed a video about it in his last days.
Watch (transcript below):
From the video:
“I developed Z-Stack for Kids actually not for COVID reasons, per se. But for influenza and RSV virus.
Parents should consider supplementing their children with zinc and Vitamin D because many people are deficient and these supplements are safe and very effective in improving the functioning of the immune system and overcoming common viral infections.
Some things are naturally bitter like quercetin, so we had to find the right formulation. Listen, if the child’s not going to take it, then it doesn’t help very much.
So I had to be practical — it’s easier to deliver something necessary with a taste. And for sweeteners, we used the bare minimum…”
Here’s what people say about Z-Stack:
“I am a full time hospital nurse in NY. Facing covid in spring 2020 with little PPE was extremely frightening, so I did my own research and thank God I found Dr. Zelenko. I have used his protocol, and now take Z-Stack. I have shared the Zelenko protocol and Z-Stack with family, friends, and coworkers who will listen. Thank you Dr. Z, for easing my anxiety and keeping so many of us healthy.”
“Thank you Dr. Z for the peace of mind you have brought us.”
“Thank you for providing a comprehensive product that contains all the elements we need. Thank you for standing up for medical health and freedom!”
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