Jun 12, 2024 | health and medicine

About this episode

Dr. Christopher Buck, a virologist at the US National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland, has been working to spread the word about a growing body of scientific literature suggesting that mint and related herbs can help fight Covid infections. In his recent review article, “The Mint Versus Covid Hypothesis,” he makes a case for the idea that decentralized clinical trials could be used to more thoroughly explore this exciting idea. More

German version

Dr. Christopher Buck, Virologe am US National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland, setzt sich dafür ein, eine wachsende Zahl wissenschaftlicher Studien bekannt zu machen, die darauf hinweisen, dass Minze und verwandte Kräuter bei der Bekämpfung von COVID -Infektionen helfen können. In seinem jüngsten Übersichtsartikel “Die Minze-gegen-Covid-Hypothese” argumentiert er, dass dezentralisierte klinische Studien genutzt werden könnten, um diese aufregende Idee gründlicher zu erforschen. More

Mandarin version

克里斯托弗·巴克是一名来自美国马里兰州贝塞斯达国家癌症研究所的病毒学家,他一直都在努力向公众宣传:越来越多的科学文献都提出了 “薄荷和相关草本植物在抵抗新冠病毒感染方面发挥着重要的作用”这一发现。在他最新发表的一篇文献综述《薄荷与新冠病毒的假说》中,他为这一发现提出了一个论据:去中心化临床试验可以更清晰地揭示“薄荷和相关草本植物在抵抗新冠病毒感染方面发挥着重要的作用”。 More

Original Article Reference

This Audio is a summary of the paper ‘The mint versus Covid hypothesis’, in Medical Hypotheses.

Cocktail recipes are available on Dr. Buck’s Substack blog, “Viruses Must Die”

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