Abstract

Background:

On the afternoon of 11/11/2019 in Beijing, I may get COVID-19, and cured myself by raise body temperature using a neural system stimulant.

 

Methods:

In the experiment, I used some aconitum powder, alcohol, water to intragastric administrate 12 mice, then fixed them on the flat surface and took thermal photo for 50000 seconds. Then I used trained U-net deep learning model to annotate mice body parts in visual pictures automatically. Then calculate the average temperatures of annotated parts.

 

Results:

Experiments have shown that the temperature of the head, back, and thighs of mice decrease in sequence. Compared with water, aconitum can slightly increase body temperature, and alcohol can significantly reduce body temperature.

 

Conclusions:

It is possible to use nervous system stimulants to treat chills.

How to Cite

CHEN, T. (2021). Tiny dose nervous system stimulants Cocaine may cure neurotropic coronavirus. Journal of Medical Research and Health Sciences, 4(5), 1270–1276. https://doi.org/10.15520/jmrhs.v4i5.346

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