Concurrently, a number of influential members of the alternative media community have expressed reservations about Dr. Ardis’ hypothesis, such as a Canadian naturopathic doctor named Amandha Vollmer, Steve Kirsch, and Clif High.
So yet again, there is another sensationalist interview making its way through the truth community. Let’s work out the play and get out from under the manipulation, shall we?Amandha Vollmer, “Watch the Snakes! Discernment Time Again, Truthers! SixthSense, Apr 13, 2022
Some parts I agree with. Most parts I remain unconvinced. We agree there is evidence that the virus is similar to snake venom. But as for the other assertions (such as it’s a poison spread through the water), I’m not buying it.Steve Kirsch, “What I think of the Bryan Ardis video, ‘Watch the Water,’ Apr 11, 2022
Mushrooms and venom of all kinds are two of THE MOST STUDIED biochemical compounds on the planet as they are also THE most reactive within human biochemistry. So it is natural that one may find either, or both, medicinal mushrooms, or venom, employed in almost ANY given medical procedure. There are quite actually THOUSANDS of medical treatments based on venom peptides.Clif High “Watch the Water: Someone may be pissing in it upstream of you,” Apr 12, 2022
Clif High’s analysis is supported by the fact that there are several homeopathic remedies sourced from snakes, as noted by the following post excerpt.
Snake-derived homeopathic remedies are a prime example of the homeopathic principle “like cures like.” This is where a substance, like venom, often has harmful and even deadly effects, but when it is highly diluted, it becomes a very powerful homeopathic remedy.Jon Yaneff, CNP, “7 Homeopathic Remedies Derived from Snakes,” Doctors Health Press, August 24, 2017