BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth Answers Tough Questions: Focus on Dexamethasone, a Reported Treatment for COVID-19
By Robert O’Leary
Dexamethasone is now being touted as a possible treatment for COVID-19. This news was nearly simultaneous with the FDA’s decision, with little explanation or justification, to withdraw the emergency authorization use of hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19. It is possible that this decision may change in the future, as one or more studies are ongoing to see if hydroxychloro-quine can help those with early stages of the disease. It is important to note that none of the studies, upon which this decision was made, included zinc or Azithromycin even though they reportedly have to do with enhancing the drugs’ effectiveness and reducing its side effects. See “Only US Agencies Couldn’t Grasp Benefits of Hydroxychloroquine: Trump” and “Sabotaging Hydroxychloroquine? Why Are Tests Only On Hospitalized Patients?”
Nonetheless, as it stands right now, we seem to be dealing with a “one door closes, another one opens” kind of phenomenon between dexamethasone and hydroxychloroquine/chloroquine. So, what is dexamethasone and what does it do? Well, according to www.drug.com, it is:
… [A] corticosteroid that prevents the release of substances in the body that cause inflammation.
… [U]sed to treat many different inflammatory conditions such as allergic disorders and skin conditions.
… [And] may also be used for purposes not listed in this medication guide. See “Dexamethasone”
Dexamethasone has even shown anecdotal benefit for those suffering cerebral malaria.
Dexamethasone has been around for over 6 decades, and was first released as a medicine in 1961. It is listed in the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines, and has been prescribed over a million times. See “Dexamethasone”
I find it interesting that hydroxychloroquine has anti-inflammatory qualities, and is also touted to treat arthritis, lupus, and malaria. It may just be a coincidence, but these biochemicals have similar possible efficacy with the above 3 conditions, and also COVID-19. Perhaps doctors and scientists may research this question in the future, and provide us with some answers.
In any case, the fact that these are both anti-inflammatories, and can be used for so many conditions, underscores how inflammation plays such an important role in many diseases. Dr. Nathaniel Perricone was one of the first doctors to write about this. In his 2002 book, The Perricone Prescription, he stated that:
Though the correlation between inflammation and aging has only recently been recognized I have spent my entire career studying this connection and finding ways to prevent it. Today, research, academia, industry, and medicine all accept the causal relationship between inflammation and most chronic degenerative diseases, an astonishing list that includes arthritis, multiple sclerosis, atherosclerosis, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, osteoporosis, asthma, cirrhosis of the liver, bowel disorders, meningitis, cystic fibrosis, cancer, stroke, psoriasis, and, of course, aging. See Nicholas Perricone, M.D., The Perricone Prescription: A Physician’s 28- Day Program for Total Body and Face Rejuvenation New York: Harper Resource 2002, p. 17.
What Clues Can We Find to Explain Why Dexamethasone Works against COVID?
I thought it might be useful to see what we could learn about dexamethasone from a bioacoustic biology perspective, and thereby better understand why it may be turning out to be a useful treatment for COVID-19.
To do this I would like to look at the qualities of other biochemicals which happen to be at a similar or same frequency equivalent, and see if those qualities can provide some insight into what makes dexamethasone so effective with the virus. Looking at the frequency-based math matrix, we see the following biochemicals are near the frequency equivalent of dexamethasone:
The biochemical Characteristic (among other things)
- Linolenic acid Anti-inflammatory
- Paramethosone Anti-inflammatory
- Human Leukocyte Antigen-DR Inflammatory biomarker
- Selenomethionine Anti-inflammatory
- Chloroprednisone Anti-inflammatory
- Cilantro Anti-inflammatory
- Interleukin-6 Anti- & Pro-inflammatory
And those with a different brain dominance may be influenced by the following:
- Clenbuterol Anti-inflammatory
- Glucosamine Sulfate Anti-inflammatory
- Pantethine Anti-inflammatory
- Pentoxifylline Anti-inflammatory
- Conjugated Linoleic Acid Anti-inflammatory
Inflammation and the Vibratory Power of Biochemicals to Support our Body’s Innate Power to Heal Itself
So what can we infer from this information? What sticks out most prominently seems to be the phenomenon of inflammation. The second most salient feature is that, like dexamethasone, nearly every biochemical is anti-inflammatory as opposed to pro-inflammatory. This suggests that this area of resonant frequency has an anti-inflammatory effect on the body. We have been trained to think of our body as a machine. This is a very Newtonian view. It leads us to think that one medicine, one physical substance, will cure us of our ills.
But let’s try a thought experiment. Let us for a moment relax our thinking to be less focused upon the physical body, and think about it as a bunch of atoms vibrating in such a way as to create the physical form we see every day in the mirror. Think of those atoms having positively-charged protons and negatively-charged electrons which create electric and magnetic fields in and around the body. Vibration of the particles in your body can be translated into sounds or beats per second. Cycles per second are called hertz, a measure of frequency.
If your vibrating body is not feeling well, it may enter a pro-inflammatory state of being. What does it need? Something which will reduce inflammation, i.e.: an anti-inflammatory. We have about a dozen possible candidates listed above. You could take one of those in a pill form, or by way of sound. Based upon the work at the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and Sound Health in Albany, Ohio, both ways of ministration could serve your body’s form and function to reduce inflammation. This is because even that solid-looking pill which you take for a headache is made up of vibrating atoms with an electricity and a frequency, or frequency equivalent.
The introduction of the pill into your system delivers its vibration into your electromagnetic field. This pill’s frequency entrains, or vibrates, the whole body in such a way as to cancel out the pro-inflammatory state. The small range of frequency, in which dexamethasone sits, happens to be one which is anti-inflammatory in nature; there are others as well.
We see a similar theme when it comes to certain muscle groups in the body. The deltoid muscle, for example has its many frequency equivalents within a certain band of frequency – think of each FE as being associated with a different striated area of this particular muscle. The same can be said of certain other muscle groups in the body.
Since so many diseases and medical conditions seem to occur and proliferate when the body is in a pro-inflammatory state, the importance of anti-inflammatories should not be underestimated. A non-inflammatory body seems to be one which can fight its own battles, and self-heal.
Arguably, this should be no different with COVID-19. Generally those who are in good health, and those without co-morbidities are either unaware that they have the virus or get through it relatively quickly and with minor symptoms. These individuals are likely to suffer from less inflammation than those who become seriously ill with the virus. This is why dexamethasone does not seem to be the best option for those who have had COVID-19 for a week or less; a strengthening of the immune system for these individuals is favored instead. See “Breakthrough Drug for Covid-19 May Be Risky for Mild Cases”
Greedy People Do Not Favor Affordable Remedies
Since dexamethasone is cheap and not under a patent owned by a pharmaceutical company or pharmaceutically-supported government entity, like the NIH or CDC, the medication serves the valuable public service of health. It does not serve a corporate or otherwise private interest of profit.
People like Bill and Melinda Gates, and their partners like Anthony Fauci, pursue patentable and therefore profitable vaccines. Vaccines are so-called biologics, not medicines, so they are easier to get approved. Since pharmaceutical companies have immunity, they do not need to worry about safety or legal costs. And, since they are so often put into the so-called vaccine schedule, they do not require advertising dollars for marketing them. This makes vaccines even more profitable. The vaccine industry takes in as much as $160 billion per year.
For this reason, I urge you to be watchful for negative stories or studies involving dexamethasone. This is because mainstream media receives millions of dollars from pharmaceutical companies for their advertisement of non-vaccine medicines. Interestingly, these medicine are for the treatment of conditions caused by conditions listed as potential side effects on vaccine labels. To the extent that mainstream media relies on pharmaceutical dollars for part of its livelihood, its editors seem more than happy to report what the industry wants it to say, without question or in-depth investigation. So, if Big Pharma wants to make way for future vaccine profits, don’t be surprised if it uses its influence to take the wind out of the proverbial sails of dexamethasone, just as it helped to do with hydroxychloroquine.
What should you take away from this article? Firstly, you should always question what you see in the news. Ask who benefits from going along with the suggested solutions of the government, experts, or media. Secondly, take control of your own health and be your own health advocate-including a willingness to demand different choices for how you and your family will fight this virus. Thirdly, consider doing what you can to lower your body’s level of inflammation. Fourthly, be mindful of whether you are getting an adequate supply of vitamins and minerals from food sources and supplements. Lastly, don’t face this virus, or anything else you see in the media, with fear; face it with courage and love.
As always, if you wish to learn more about the field of BioAcoustic Biology, Sharry Edwards and her staff can be reached at (740) 698-9119.
 BioAcoustic Biology is part of an “emerging field of research which uses Vocal Profiling and the presentation of low-frequency, analog sound presentation to help the body support its normal form and function.” See Edwards, Sharry. Vocal Profiling for the Professional-An illustrated Reference Guide: Bringing BioAcoustic Biology to Life. 2002, PT 44
 Frequency Equivalent is a trademarked name for a “numeric value assigned to a biochemical, pathogen, genome, vitamin, amino acid, fatty acid, hormone, mineral, herb, nerve, tendon, ligament, or enzyme. A term coined by Sharry Edwards.” See Edwards at 47
 “Controversy about brain dominance exists but it is generally accepted that people process information according to their brain dominance. The same can be said for bioacoustics frequencies and sound presentation…In general terms, people who are considered left brained re usually seen as logical, linear, fact oriented thinkers. Right brainers, on the other hand, are usually considered to be holistic, intuitive and emotionally oriented. It is obvious from the research done with people who have had hemispheric integration nerves severed, that we use both sides in tandem; but that we tend to favor, however slightly, one side or the other. Sound health research and sound presentation studies support this view.” See Edwards, Sharry. Vocal Profiling for the Professional-An illustrated Reference Guide: Bringing BioAcoustic Biology to Life. 2002, M7.17-19
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Robert O’Leary, JD BARA, has had an abiding interest in alternative health products & modalities since the early 1970’s & he has seen how they have made people go from lacking health to vibrant health. He became an attorney, singer-songwriter, martial artist & father along the way and brings that experience to his practice as a BioAcoustic Soundhealth Practitioner, under the tutelage of the award-winning founder of BioAcoustic Biology, Sharry Edwards, whose Institute of BioAcoustic Biology has now been serving clients for 30 years with a non-invasive & safe integrative modality that supports the body’s ability to self-heal using the power of the human voice. Robert brings this modality to serve clients in Greater Springfield, Massachusetts and New England (USA) & “virtually” the world. He can also be reached at romayasoundhealthandbeauty@gmail.
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