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The Scorpion V’s the Spike Protein

Dr. Isaac Golden shares the results of his survey on the use of a scorpion remedy to treat the effects of the Covid Spike protein. He discusses its effectiveness in cases of shedding as well as in Covid and injury from the  vaccines.  

Before I knew about homeopathy and was studying herbal medicine and naturopathy, I always enjoyed stories about and examples of the Doctrine of Signatures – seemed to intuitively make sense.

Then when I heard Jeremy Sherr, someone whose opinion I always take seriously, talk about using a potency of a local scorpion to treat the effects of the Covid Spike protein, I decided to try it on my patients. After all, what does the scorpion have on the end of its tail? –  a potentially lethal spike!!

I did not have easy access to the scorpion remedy Jeremy used so I obtained instead a potency of Buthus Australis – the Australian scorpion – and I called the remedy BUAU. I generally dispense in a 200c potency. I have had reports from colleagues in the USA of success using the American scorpion.

I found it immediately useful to treat the symptoms of shedding, i.e. when unvaccinated people developed sudden and unexpected symptoms and the only clue as to cause was that they had been mixing with others who had recently been vaccinated.

When a few doses of BUAU immediately relieved the new symptoms it became clear that “with the wisdom of hindsight” we could say that the symptoms had been caused by exposure to the vaccinated who were shedding the Spike Protein which the vaccines had caused them to produce in excessive amounts.

Later I found it was just as needed, and useful, for those who had been vaccinated, but who were still vulnerable when exposed to the Spike Protein being shed by more recently vaccinated persons.

So, since 2020 I have regularly used BUAU to treat shedding, as well as a combination of Nosodes and Genus Epidemicus remedies to prevent SARS-CoV-2, potencies of the Covid vaccines to treat vaccine injuries or just to do a simple detox, potencies of the relevant Nosode to help treat “long Covid”, as well as the “similar” remedy to treat the disease itself.

I collected details of people from all over Australia who obtained these remedies, and in December 2021 and September 2022 conducted surveys to attempt to assess the safety and effectiveness of these remedies. There were 1,912 respondents to the 2021 survey, and 349 respondents to the 2022 survey (which included some people who had also responded to the first).

The full results of these surveys were published in two articles in Similia –  the Journal of the Australian Homeopathic Association[1],[2].

I am writing now to report that whilst the Surveys found that BUAU was indeed very effective to treat the effects of shedding, it was also somewhat less but still significantly helpful when used to treat both the disease and also injury from the Covid vaccines. Table 1 summarises the relevant data from the two surveys.

It must be noted that the data is subject to a number of potential biases in that respondents chose to obtain the remedy BUAU, they chose the classification of the success (low, medium, high) of their use of BUAU in different scenarios, and they also chose to respond to the questionnaire.

Table 1: The Effectiveness of BUAU

The effectiveness of BUAU in:   2021   2022
1. Treating symptoms from shedding


Low 5.50% 7.10%
Medium 36.00% 28.60%
High 58.50% 64.30%
2. Treating symptoms from infection with SARS-CoV-2


Low 21.10% 8.80%
Medium 36.80% 49.10%
High 42.10% 42.10%
3. Treating symptoms

following COVID



Low 19.70% 5.90%
Medium 37.20% 52.90%
High 43.10% 41.20%


The responses show the highest level of effectiveness in both surveys when using BUAU to treat symptoms of shedding, as would be expected. But the level of effectiveness to treat symptoms of the infection and symptoms following vaccination are surprisingly high, especially in the 2022 survey where the “high” effectiveness figures are very similar, but many more respondents reported “medium” as compared to “low” effectiveness.

This would suggest that injury from the Spike Protein is a major factor both in SARS-CoV-2 infection and in vaccine injury. I have already used these findings in two ways. Firstly, two unrelated patients have recently contacted me saying they have the disease and it is not possible for them to obtain individualised treatment remedies for days (Australia is a large country and many people live remotely). I have asked, “do you have BUAU?”. When they replied “yes” I suggested they take the remedy. I have received very positive responses.

Secondly, in a couple stubborn cases of “long Covid” I have given patients high potencies of the spike protein (10M in one case and 100M in another) with very positive results.

It is always pleasing when one can find an immediate, practical and successful use of the results from data collection. It is why keeping records can be of great value to oneself and to others.

I realise that there are different approaches possible to deal with the various consequences of the Covid Spike Protein, but if you are looking for another don’t ignore the potential benefits of your local scorpion.


[1] Golden I. 2021 Survey of Prevention, Treatment and Detoxification Options for SARS-CoV-2, Shedding and Vaccine Injury – Preliminary Results. Similia – The Australian Journal of Homeopathic Medicine. December, 2022. 35(2):6-14.

[2] Golden I. 2022 Survey of Prevention, Treatment and Detoxification Options for SARS-CoV-2, Shedding and Vaccine Injury – Preliminary Results  Similia – The Australian Journal of Homeopathic Medicine. June, 2023. 36(1):37-45.

About the author

Isaac Golden

Dr Isaac Golden Ph.D, D.Hom., N.D., B.Ec(Hon) Deputy Chair and Research Member, National Institute of Integrative Medicine Director, Australasian College of Hahnemannian Homoeopathy. Isaac Golden has been a homoeopathic practitioner since 1984, and teacher since 1988. He founded the Australasian College of Hahnemannian Homoeopathy in 1990. Isaac is a regular contributor to local and international academic journals, and is the author of eleven books on homoeopathy.

He is a world authority on homoeoprophylaxis - the use of homoeopathic medicines for specific infectious disease prevention. He was an Honorary Research Fellow, Faculty of Science, Federation University Australia from 2013 to 2016. He is the Australian contact person for Liga Medicorum Homoeopathica Internationalis. He co-founded the Health Australia Party in July 2015.
Isaac was President of the Victorian branch of the Australian Homoeopathic Association - Australia’s largest national organization of professional homoeopaths - from 1992 to 1998. In March 1999 he was awarded the Association’s Distinguished Service Award.


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