The omicron variant of the coronavirus uses the same “entry port” as other mutants of Sars-CoV-2. A South African study proves that the heavily mutated omicron form also relies on ACE2 receptors, to enter the human cell:

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, the search for science-based natural approaches to control this pandemic has been a research focus.

The Dr. Rath Research Institute continues the pioneering work by Dr. Linus Pauling and Dr. Matthias Rath in the field of natural, science-based preventive health, based on vitamins and other micronutrients.  

Science-based micronutrient combination can control all key mechanisms of coronavirus infection

Published in European Journal of Biology and Biotechnology

Micronutrients can inhibit all major mechanisms of COVID-19 infections simultaneusly: 1. Inhibition of ACE2 receptors on host cells (synthesis and expression) 2. Inhibition of virus binding to ACE2  receptors 3. Inhibition of virus internalization (e.g. TMPRSS2 and furin) 4. Inhibition of viral processing in the cell (e.g. furin and cathepsin L) 5. Inhibition of viral replication and spread.

Micronutrients can inhibit cellular entry of SARS-CoV-2 and its mutations to human lung cells

Published in PLOS One

Micronutrients can significantly inhibit the cellular entry of the original coronavirus (light blue)  and its viral mutations Alpha (green), Beta (brown), Gamma (orange), Delta  (violet) and Kappa (dark blue). Binding of the Delta variant, for example, could be inhibited by more than 60%.

Specific micronutrient composition significantly decreases the viral 'entry doors' used by all coronavirus variants, including Omicron

Published in Infectious Diseases: Research and Treatment

Scientifically researched combinations of micronutrients inhibit the production the cellular entry doors for coronavirus infections, the ACE2 receptor.  LEFT: A ‘vaccine-only’-based strategy may require the development of new vaccines to induce specific antibody production for every new mutation of the coronavirus. RIGHT: Micronutrients can significantly down-regulate the production/expression of the ACE2 receptors essential for all mutations of COVID-19, including the latest variant, Omicron.


Specific combinations of micronutrients are able to inhibit all known pathways of coronavirus infection, including the binding and multiplication of any mutations of the virus in the human cells serving as its key entry doors. Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki, head of the Dr. Rath Research Institute based in San Jose, California, presented this landmark health information at an international scientific conference.

Further links

These are important sources that you, our valued reader, should know about:

  • The Russian Academy of Sciences officially recommends everyone an increased daily dietary intake of vitamins to strengthen immune defense. See the web page.
  • The Russian Ministry of Defense announced it had successfully tested micronutrient combinations in COVID-19 patients. See the web page.
  • This documentation about IG FARBEN explains the background of this company, its ties to the German political establishment, and its business operations. Watch the movie.
  • In a speech given on July 19, 2021, the Russian president Vladimir Putin announced his plan to introduce a ‘sanitary shield’, to tackle future pandemics. See the web page.
  • The first Nobel Prizes for vitamins were already awarded in 1929. See the web page.

The Dr. Rath Research Institute

“I call upon the governments of all nations to implement the knowledge about the lifesaving health benefits of micronutrients into health education and public health policies at all levels.” Dr. Matthias Rath

Science and knowledge have been the greatest propellors of human progress. This also applies to the current global transition in health care from intervention to prevention.

Dr. Rath and his team of senior researchers have worked personally with two-time Nobel Laureate Dr. Linus Pauling (+ 1994) and have carried the torch of science-based natural health research ever since.

They offer their entire scientific knowledge from over three decades – free of charge – to any government or government entity in the world determined to implement effective, save and sustainable public health programs.

Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki, head of the Dr. Rath Research Institute