Dr Mobeen Syed Spills The Beans
Dr. Syed Haider
Jun 3, 2022
Dr Mobeen Syed, known affectionately as Dr Been and sometimes "King Been" by his fans the "Koolbeens", is a prolific and much loved medical educator with over a million followers on social media. He has treated hundreds of COVID patients worldwide with off label protocols. pioneering the use of a short course of low dose prednisone for both acute and long COVID, and has educated hundreds of thousands on every aspect of the pandemic via his youtube channel. He has also helped develop treatment protocols with Dr Pierre Kory of the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), especially their I-RECOVER long COVID protocol available at flccc.net.
In this show he mentions "phytoncides" which are volatile aromatic components of essential oils produced by trees that influence natural killer cell activity and may in part explain the benefits of "forest bathing". They can be produced by vaporizing tree essential oils, eg in the below study they used Chamaecyparis obtusa (hinoki cypress) stem oil in a humidifier:
(NOTE: this is similar to Medcram (Dr Roger Seheult) video on why "forest bathing" is a thing - see video in references)
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5000+ patients treated with off label protocols, 0 deaths, only 4 briefly hospitalized, all recovered. Despite this track record I've fielded 5 medical board complaints, mutliple pharmacist threats, reports from insurance companies and had to retain a lawyer and fight back for my medical autonomy.
Find me online at: https://mygotodoc.com and https://drsyedhaider.com where you can register for free medical chat with my team if you have any questions on medical matters.
Dr Been - low dose steroids protocol (6 day Prednisolone 15mg,15,10,10,5,5)
he says he started off with that - and that helped some people
I-RECOVER post-vaccine protocol
differences between I-RECOVER long haulers protocol - and the recently released I-RECOVER post-vax protocol
not only spike
N nucleocapsid protein also
at the 15:40 minute mark:
one drug that works for both long haulers and post-vax
that continues to work as a mainstay
is low dose naltrexone (LDN)
I am just - I've become such a fan of this drug
relapse can occur from mental work, strenuous exercise and stress
but LDN can bring them back to 90pct again
mechanism is still unknown
ie at low doses how does it behave like an anti-inflammatory
but as you increase dose - the effect goes away
1mg up to 10.5mg/day
optimal range has been up to 4.5mg/day
protocol - 1.5mg - if side effects - halve - then raise by 1.5mg every week until hit 4.5mg
but usually 1.5mg to 3mg is where people find it works
at the 19:30 minute mark:
Fluvoxamine still works?
LDN + Fluvoxamine + Magnesium
are mainstays for neurological symptoms
FLV in some actually exaggerates their neurological symptoms
at the 20:30 minute mark:
Magnesium which form?
at the 22:50 minute mark:
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)
Dr Syed Haider has been interviewed twice on Dr Been show. Now Syed Haider has his own YouTube channel, and interviews Dr Been.
They discuss various strategies for treating long haulers (long covid19). It makes for an interesting discussion.
Dr Been has stayed current with the developing protocols for long haulers, and has interviewed many of the early treatment doctors as well.
Dr Been has been involved along with Dr Tina Peers in the original FLCCC I-RECOVER protocol for long haulers. And continues that collaboration.
Dr Syed Haider is a pioneer in the use of Fluvoxamine (along with Ivermectin).
Dr Syed Haider has a lot of experience with Ivermectin + Fluvoxamine - and is current with FLCCC protocols and Dr Bruce Patterson/Dr Yo (IncellDx and covidlonghaulers.com) efforts for long haulers.
In his last interview on Dr Been he reported he now gets a good number of long haulers and post-vax injury cases.
Here are Dr Syed Haider's appearances on Dr Been show:
Dr. Syed Haider Discusses COVID Management
Drbeen Medical Lectures
May 2, 2021
Dr. Syed Haider Discusses COVID Management (July 2021)
Drbeen Medical Lectures
July 9, 2021
Prior to his appearance on Dr Been, Dr Syed Haider had been mentioned favorably by a lot of folks - which prompted this early intro:
Telemedicine doctors - Dr Syed Haider - an interesting telemedicine doctor and emerging resource for Ivermectin and Fluvoxamine
Earlier Dr Been had urged Dr Syed Haider to make a social media presence so people can benefit from his experience.
Dr Syed Haider mentions in the video above that signup is free on his website - and he mentions that asking questions via chat is free.
Dr Syed Haider lists these websites in his video descriptions:
https://mygotodoc.com - prepper antibiotics and med refills.
https://drsyedhaider.com - COVID protocols
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrSyedHaider (Twitter banned this account)
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrSyedHaider2 (however this account is not used that much)
April 29, 2022 - Dr Syed Haider now has his own YouTube channel as well (mirrored to Odysee as well):
Medcram (Dr Roger Seheult) video on why "forest bathing" may be a thing:
Coronavirus Pandemic Update 56: What is “Forest Bathing” & Can It Boost Immunity Against Viruses?
Apr 15, 2020
A series of joint studies from Stanford University School of Medicine and several medical schools and institutions in Japan demonstrated that exposure to “phytoncides” released by trees and plants may boost immunity by increasing natural killer cell quantity and activity among other effects.
Dr. Seheult illustrates how these studies were conducted as exposure to forests (forest bathing) may fall into the category of additional things we can do (and that don’t cause harm) to potentially help prevent viral infections such as COVID-19. Also discussed is how the state of New York decided to count some deaths that have occurred at home that were presumed to be from COVID-19 but did not have a positive test.
Links referenced in this video:
Forest Bathing - https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/03946320070200S202
Visiting a Forest, But Not a City - https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/039463200802100113
Effect of Phytoncide - https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/039463200902200410