My Most Incredible Post-Covid After Workout Recovery Elixir

Man is this post workout drink good. The best thing I have done healthwise in years. The condition and count of one’s red blood cells, is central to one’s overall health.

In many ways I view health maintenance differently now than I did prior to Covid. In particular, the critical impact that fibrin has in terms of blood clotting and flow, has been an eye opener for me in terms of both Covid mortality as well as overall human health. Do not infer from your doctor’s lack of concern over anemia or excessive blood coagulopathy, that therefore these health impactors are of little importance. The condition and count of one’s red blood cells, is central to one’s overall health. Seventy five percent of all Covid mortality was associated with thromboembolic and endothelial coagulopathy (fibrin and blood vessel wall damage) – and the resulting sepsis and loss in red blood cells.1

As well, if you are homozygous C677T MTHFR (rs1801133: AA – 7.4% of the US population) in particular, both the red blood cell (RBC) count as well as coagulopathy state of your blood are critical metrics inside evaluating your overall health. The insoluble protein fibrin, that acts as a red blood cell coagulation first responder whenever your body is injured, can also present a grave threat when negatively impacting the circulatory as well as body-wide organ, structural, and nervous systems.

Rather than go into all the theory behind this, let me bury the lede no further, and outline for you what I have found to be a very effective post-Covid, post-workout supplement beverage in terms of red blood cell health – a supplement regimen (in addition to regular B, C, and D vitamins, copper, selenium, zinc, as well as other micronutrients) which targets specifically this major health-impacting issue. I have made major improvements in my post-Covid health by adding this beverage to my diet, after workout.

TES’s Post-Covid After Workout Recovery Elixir

  • 1.5 cups – unsweetened (critical – no fructose) almond milk
  • 1 teaspoon – coconut powder
  • 1 teaspoon – collagen
  • 2 ounces – apple cider vinegar with the mother
  • 0.5 ounces – MCT oil
  • 3.0 ml – black seed oil (nigella sativa)
  • 2,000 FU – nattokinase
  • 27 mg (60,000 SPU) – serrapeptase
  • 500 mg – flush niacin
  • 750 mg – L-citruline
  • 500 mg – potassium citrate powder
  • 1700 mcg – L-methylfolate
  • 500 mcg – adenosylcobalamine
  • 5 mg – NADH

Blend these in a high speed blender for 30 seconds. Consume moderately for 15 minutes after your daily workout. Your body will thank you profusely.

And please… every time I recommend something, it all sells out at Amazon and the other supplement retailers. Just buy what you will test or need. No hoarding.

I saw an effect after about 3 weeks. Your results may vary.

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  1. Fodor, Adriana et al. “Endothelial Dysfunction, Inflammation, and Oxidative Stress in COVID-19-Mechanisms and Therapeutic Targets.” Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity vol. 2021 8671713. 21 Aug. 2021, doi:10.1155/2021/8671713
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Mitochondrial health:

  1. CoQ10
  2. Curcumin
  3. Resveretrol
  4. Grape Seed
  5. Taurine

Your post workout formula is great 👍


Performance enhancing?


That’s too bad. If this helps with blood flow, like sildenafil, then I assumed it could be a performance enhancer by increasing blood flow. I’m always looking for that performance edge. :)


My understanding was that the fibrinolytic properties of nattokinase and serrapeptidase only occur when ingested on an empty stomach?

Scott Manzel

Thank you. Essential knowledge, obfuscated by the Party.

John Day

Vitamin-D adequacy 9even optimization) is important for stabilization of clotting and reduction of endothelial inflammation. Levls of 30-100 are considered normal, but levels above 50-60 are likely ideal,especially for people with immune system dysfunction, like autoimmune disease (which COVID vaccination can induce). David Grimes MD is a medical expert on vitamin-D. Here is is site: His most recent post uses Public Health Canada cumulative data, subtracting one week from the succeeding week by groups, to determine: “Covid-19 deaths among the unvaccinated increased from 9511 to 9512, an increase during the week of just one. Only 1 of the 227… Read more »


Patrick Theut has done extensive research on Vitamin K, and his Koncentrated-K provides optimal doses of K1 and K2 (MK4 and MK7), etc. See