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Purple Pitcher Plant: An All-Natural Supplement For Pox Viruses

Syed Haider

Purple Pitcher Plant vs. Pox Viruses

In this article, we’ll delve into a brief history of pox viruses. We'll examine the most recent monkeypox scare. Furthermore, we’ll explore the history and potential of Sarracenia purpurea (purple pitcher plant) as an effective therapy for pox virus infections. Lastly, we'll introduce you to the purest, most potent, and easy-to-take Sarracenia supplement available on the market.

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First discovered in 1958, monkeypox has remained a rare disease primarily limited to Central and West African nations.

While it shares similarities with smallpox, monkeypox is historically milder and less likely to cause severe or fatal illnesses.

The current outbreak of monkeypox is genetically distinct from its closest known ancestor, the West African monkeypox virus.

Strangely, this outbreak exhibits around 50 genetic mutations (single nucleotide polymorphisms or SNPs) in its DNA despite the fact that double-stranded DNA viruses like monkeypox usually exhibit a slow mutation rate. This normally wouldn't allow for so many genetic changed to accumulate naturally within the span of time they did.

The current virus primarily impacts homosexual men as they transmit it through sexual contact. The outbreak exhibits a relatively low death rate. However, the hospitalization rate is high due to severe pain from lesions.


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The virus's rapid evolution and its initial spread patterns suggest potential laboratory manipulation, similar to concerns raised about the C-word.

Some theories suggest that the virus may have been wittingly released and engineered to be highly contagious.

A Munich Security Conference tabletop exercise conducted in March 2021 eerily described a monkeypox pandemic starting around the same time as the 2022 outbreak.

As of May 10, 2023, the simulated scenario predicted 480 million cases and 27 million deaths. However, these projections relied more on sensationalism than reality, as virus dynamics are complex, evolving, and impacted by factors such as mutation, immunity, and population behavior and the whims and vicissitudes of the deep state as expressed in widely disseminated fake tests and media propagated fear campaigns.

With the hindsight of recent months, it's evident that such extreme scenarios have not developed, reinforcing their implausibility. However, given the unpredictable nature of recent events, we cannot entirely dismiss them.

Overall, there are questions about the virus's origins, transmission, and manipulation, as well as possible future outbreaks.

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TPOXX & Cidofovir

The U.S. Government has a contingency plan for a pox virus outbreak. But, they keep the drugs they plan to use exclusively in the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS).

The Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) is the United States' national cache of emergency medical supplies and medicines to be deployed in the case of a pandemic, bio-terror attack, or other national disaster. This reserve is held in secret locations across the country.

The Clinton administration created The SNS in 1998 under the name of the National Pharmaceutical Stockpile (NPS) program.

It was renamed under the Bush administration post 9/11 and placed under joint management by the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Health and Human Services.

The SNS contains Tecovirimat (TPOXX) and Cidofovir supplies for use against a smallpox outbreak. Researchers have only conducted laboratory tests and trials on healthy humans for these drugs. They have never tested them on humans infected with a pox virus.

TPOXX and Cidofovir are likely effective against monkeypox and other pox viruses. However, these medications are not readily available to the general public.


Sarracenia purpurea

Sarracenia purpurea, commonly known as the purple pitcher plant, is carnivorous. It captures and digests insects. This allows it to serve as a natural pest control for gardens. It contains diverse compounds recognized for their potential as a digestive tonic, blood sugar regulator, and pain reliever.

Remarkably, Sarracenia purpurea has found its place in Western medicine for seven decades, with an FDA-approved extract administered via injection for neuropathic pain— an effective alternative to steroid injections.




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Around 150 years ago, the Mi'kmaq people of Nova Scotia developed an herbal treatment for smallpox made from purple pitcher plants. Reports about its potential effectiveness brought attention to this treatment.

Notably, these reports were featured in prominent medical journals of the time, such as The Lancet and the British Medical Journal, during the 1860s. These sources suggested that an extract from Sarracenia purpurea displayed promising results in improving smallpox cases.


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William Arndt's Sarracenia purpurea Study

In 2012, William Arndt from the University of Arizona conducted a comprehensive study, rigorously testing an extract from the purple pitcher plant against the established IV drug for smallpox, Cidofovir.

Remarkably, Sarracenia purpurea was shown to be as effective as Cidofovir against both smallpox and monkeypox. These results highlighted the potential of this herbal extract as a viable alternative therapy.


After learning about the properties of Sarracenia Purpurea, Dr. Haider and the team at mygotostack pursued the creation of a highly concentrated supplement.

To that end, we secured a 20:1 extract, signifying the condensation of 20 kilograms of plant material into one kilogram of extract. This process involves the removal of water, fiber, and inactive components to achieve the 20:1 concentration.

In contrast to the previously available liquid extracts, which max out at a 3:1 tincture, this encapsulated powder extract presents greater convenience and potentially higher potency.

We've boosted its absorption potential by adding a minute quantity of lecithin sourced from sunflower seeds. Lecithin significantly boosts absorption across various herbal extracts.



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Beyond Supplements

In addition to sarracenia supplements, there are several measures we can take to protect our health.

Living a healthy lifestyle and keeping up a robust immune system are crucial in preventing and fighting pox viruses (or any viruses, for that matter).


This includes eating homemade whole foods, maintaining a healthy weight, getting regular deep sleep, maintaining a healthy light environment staying physically active, maintaining healthy relationships, minimizing technology use, managing psychological stress, and avoiding the negative nocebo effects of exposure to rampant fear porn.


While pox viruses may be a cause for concern, it is essential to approach them with a balanced perspective and not succumb to fear-mongering.

Furthermore, we can better prepare ourselves for potential future scenarios by prioritizing our health and well-being.

To that end, it's good practice to keep Sarracenia purpurea supplements on hand for any future outbreaks.

Ultimately, with the proper knowledge and precautions, we can navigate these uncertain times and reduce the risks of this disease.

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