Health Protocol for Mandatory Coronavirus Vaccination

Nachtweide

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Very, very interesting. Thank you @Nachtweide for your research which will definitely benefit others like me
I am glad if it is helpful to you:-)
I have seen a document that has not been translated into English, but should be considered in the context of many diseases. Therefore I have translated it here. The Power Point in German about the different medicinal plants is also worth reading.

TOPIC OF OTHER DISEASES (internal use)
You have the choice of using Artemisia in the high daily dose of 5 g or in the low daily dose of 1.25 g. We give the high dose for acute conditions, e.g. malaria, the low dose for chronic conditions, e.g. rheumatism.

Duration of therapy:
Depending on the disease ---High dose: 5 g of dried tea (or 25 g of fresh leaves) pour 1 liter of boiling water, infuse for at least 15 minutes, drink throughout the day. 5 g of dried and crushed artemisia leaves is equivalent to about 4 weakly heaped teaspoons. Or powder this amount and mix it into cream, yogurt, honey, etc., and take it throughout the day.---Low dose: pour 1.25 g of dried tea (or 6.5 g of fresh leaves) with at least 200 ml (1 large cup) of boiling water before breakfast, drink after breakfast. 1.25 g of dried and crushed artemisia leaves (as described) is equal to one weakly heaped teaspoon. Or powder and mix with banana or apple porridge, cream, yogurt or honey, etc. and take with breakfast.

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Hemorrhoids:
This is the oldest use of Artemisia annua in Chinese medicine: drink Artemisia tea (low dosage) occasionally, additionally apply Artemisia ointment (recipe in our brochure order no 202).

Colds, fever:
In Europe, drink plenty of tea made from peppermint, sage, lime blossom..........and in the tropics tea made from lemongrass, adults 3 liters each per day. Only if this is not successful, drink instead 1 liter of artemisia tea (high dosage) plus 2 liters of peppermint or lemongrass tea per day, for 7-12 days

Intestinal disorders: Ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, diverticulitis; also various rheumatic diseases:
Take high dosage of A-3 for at least 14days. If there is no improvement, neither clinically nor subjectively, stop this therapy. If there is an improvement, continue to take high dosage for acute problems, then low dosage for chronic problems, until the symptoms disappear. The mode of action may be that Artemisia both increases immunity and has mild antibiotic and anti-inflammatory effects. In several cases, cortisone could then be avoided!

Schistosomiasis:
Artemisinin decreases the number of bilharzia pathogens. Try an artemisia tea cure (high dosage) for 2-3 weeks. Possibly combine with usual therapy. Have therapy successes/failures checked in the laboratory and let us know, thank you! -

Lyme disease:
We are of course pleased that more and more doctors are becoming aware of us, without us having to do any advertising. For example the book: "Die chronisch persistierende Borreliose", by Dr. Petra Hopf-Seidel, free download on the internet. Tip: In the Google search words: "Hopf Seidel anamed", more info from other doctors you get if you google: "Lyme disease Artemisia annua".Accordingly, it seems to be useful to give antibiotics (minocycline or tetracycline in the usual dosage)TOGETHER with A-3 tea immediately after an infection,because A-3 open the cell so that the antibiotic can reach the Borrelia hidden in the cell. It may also be useful to take artemisia tea for several weeks after antibiotic therapy.Suggestion:---3 weeks of antibiotics plus A-3 (if possible 1g per 10 kilo body weight per day, as powder or tea)---if it got better: 3 weeks of only A-3 in this dosage----then 3 weeks of A-3 in low dosage (0.25g per 10 kilo bw per day, as powder or tea)Note: There are so many and different borrelia. ..only in this way we can explain why in some cases this therapy works wonders and sometimes is just unsuccessful..., so:try!

Bronchitis:
Artemisia leaves put on boiling water, inhale the resulting steam. If you have a sore throat, gargle with artemisia tea.

Dengue:
Take artemisia tea or powder as described under malaria, 5g/day in the acute phase , usually for 14 days.

Chikungunya:
Take artemisia tea or powder as described under malaria, 5g/day in the acute phase , usually for 14 days, then 1.25g/day for several weeks until pain disappears.

Lupus:
Patients take tea of 5 g Artemisia per day (or take the powder) for 6 weeks, if there is no improvement, the treatment is stopped, otherwise continued with 5 g a day in the acute phase and later with 1.25 g a day in the chronic phase.WHO published a monograph on Artemisia annua in March 2007. There it is recommended to take ground Artemisia annua in case of lupus erythematosus (severe skin redness, auto-aggression disease).

Withdrawal cures(drugs, alcohol, cigarettes...):
Patients take tea of 5 g Artemisia per day (or take the powder) during the withdrawal phase for 3 weeks, then tea of 1.25 g Artemisia per day for three weeks. Explanation: Artemisia ingredients apparently occupy some drug receptors so that drug withdrawal is facilitated. Nicotine addicts who absolutely must continue smoking also smoke "roll-your-own" from A-3 leaves for a few days until the addiction disappears.

Candida:
(oral thrush) Chew fresh artemisia leaf several times a day. For children: powder artemisia leaves, mix with equal amount of honey; (alternative: finely grate fresh garlic and mix firmly with equal amount of honey); spread in mouth several times daily.

Diabetes type 1 and 2:
Possibly A-3 together with Moringa can work here, please google "Artemisia annua Diabetes" on the internet as I am not allowed to put links here. Suggestion: take 5g A-3 tea or powder plus 5g Moringa over the day for 6 weeks. Check success after 6 weeks. Please do blood glucose measurements all the time!

OTHER DISEASES:
Sporadically we have heard of amazing improvements, e.g. in toxoplasmosis,arthritis, fibro-myelosis, epilepsy....a huge field for research!Patients take tea of 5 g Artemisia per day for 6 weeks, if there is no improvement at all, the treatment is stopped, otherwise continue with 5 g a day in the acute phase and later with 1.25 g a day in the chronic phase


FURTHER DISEASES (external use)

Skin problems; athlete's foot, hemorrhoids, eczema:

often an application of Artemisia ointment, which is slightly antiseptic, helps. Preparation: mix 5g (for hemorrhoids 2.5 g) of powdered(!) Artemisia leaves with 100 g of vegetable oil (olive oil is best, otherwise peanut oil or sunflower oil is also suitable). Heat this mixture in a water bath. Once the water in the water bath boils, look at the clock and leave the mixture in this boiling water bath for one hour. Now filter through a cloth, and stir in 10 g of melted beeswax, now immediately pour into crucibles (such as clean photo jars). Keeps for one year. Always apply to wet skin and rub in. Good experience with eczema even in children, where the doctor only knew how to proceed with cortisone....

Eye infections in the tropics:
Many residents in the tropics go blind, (trachoma!) because they could not afford the expensive eye medications or the trip to the eye doctor, if they were swarmed by flies as a baby or child....Following two recipes are written only for emergencies, when sterile eye drops or sterile eye ointments are not available. Beware of eye infections in Europeans: Europeans are often allergic to mugwort pollen. Therefore, be sure that no flowers, only leaves, are used, and that no allergy is present!Recipe A: Boil 25 g fresh or 5 g dried artemisia leaves with a cup of water (200 ml) for 5
minutes, and then filter through a (coffee) paper filter. Put this tea and a clean cotton handkerchief in the boiling pot and boil it again for a short time, let it cool down a bit and now put the wet handkerchief on the eye for 5 minutes. Repeat several times a day. In addition, treat the eye with aloe gel.Recipe B: Mix 10 g of cleanly harvested, dried, powdered artemisia leaves (without flowers!) with 100 g of olive oil and 10 g of beeswax, pour into clean pot (no water bath), insert thermometer , stir constantly, keep the mixture at 95-100 degrees Celsius for 15 minutes, filter immediately through paper filter, pour into clean containers, (e.g., seal 5 g each into new polyethylene bags) use on a trial basis for eye infections. Work as sterile as possible in disaster areas!Put a small amount in the eye several times a day, treat additionally or alternatively with fresh aloe gel.

VETERINE MEDICINE :
For our big surprise, we received several reports about it: Artemisia leaves / branches can be placed in the stable in the rabbits / hatorkeeping, so that the animals can cure their bacterial intestinal infections (fatal coccideosis), depending on the request. The stems remaining after the harvest are treated by the hare. For other animals, the leaves can be offered small cuts or the Artemisia leaf powder is mixed into the feed, for a week. Proposal of a dosage for chickens, pigs, pigeons, etc. (as a substitute for harmful antibiotics): 10 g Artemisia leaf powder on 1 kg of finished food, cure for 5-10 days. There are also more and more reports for use as a Wurmwood (Artemisia = engl. "Wormwood")! Herbicide: Artemisia leaves work in agriculture as a natural herbicide, they reduce the healthy weeds Moths: Artemisia leaves have moth repellent. Fill dried leaves in fabric or paper bags, put bags between the clothes. Bitic tonic As a substitute for the commercial cola: make your own "bitter tonic"! For the production of a refreshing drink 1 teaspoon of dried artemisia leaves and the rubbed shell of 10 lemons boil in 500 ml of water for 3 minutes, allow to cool, filter, juice of 10 lemons and Add sugar at will, dilute with 4 liters water, serve ice cold.

What role does Moringa play?
Moringa oleifera leaf powder: The main use is a general immunostimulane. We themselves often use it in combination with Artemisia for long-term treatments (AIDS, cancer, borreliosis, etc.). AIDS patients in Africa face ourselves that on a therapy with Artemisia, always Moringa must be added. It will be described in scientific literature that Moringa inhibits the enzymatic degradation of medicines. This could then be called that a combination of Moringa with Artemisia causes Artemisia ingredients to stay longer in the bloodstream.
 
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SummerLite

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Here is an interesting article about the benefits of the needles of the Pine of Weymouth (Pinus Strobus) for protection against the spike protein generated by the bodies of the vaccinated:


You can find it in essential oil: Amazon:Huile essentielle : Pin Weymouth BIO - Pinus strobus - 5 ml: Amazon.fr: HygiÚne et Soins du corps

This link goes to the French site of Amazon, but you can see the brand and look for it in country's Amazon website.

Be careful, essential oils can be dangerous if taken internally. Better to take it externally at first.
It amazes me that so often the members here post the topics I'm getting ready to share also. Now we are onto the herbal remedies!

In this video using pine needles to avoid blood clots are discussed. Also Mike Adams recommended tea from fennel seeds. Its said for every "bioweapon" created the antidote must be at hand first, in this case its the vaccine thats the real threat not the virus.. Adams speculates a Chinese herb may be the antidote and for the rest of us the pine needles may be it which would be helpful if exposed to the vaccinated who may be shedding. Learning the medicinal properties of plants in our area is advised which could come in very handy at some point. How pharmaceuticals have been derived from plants is discussed. The overall plan of depopulation is also discussed. Smoking natural tobacco and sweats are mentioned. Jeffery Prather still thinks the CCP is behind it all with plans to rule the world. Considering he's x military in intelligence, I'm sure he knows others with the same background that think the same. I'm neutral on the subject at this time. Mike Adams who is often scary and sensational on his website is acceptable to me here.

The video has been removed from youtube already. Here it is on Brighteon.

So, I'm learning about the pine trees in my area and intend to learn about the various other medicinal plants I can harvest. It will be a good learning experience for my grandkids as we learn about these things together on our wilderness excursions.

The man who owns the building where I live was speaking to someone on his cell phone just now. Since he speaks very loud and was right under my window I heard the whole conversation. He had the 2nd shot and now he's having tingling in his hands and feet and also a heart problem. He took his pulse while on the phone which was 60. I thought to rush out with a cup of pine needle tea, but I don't have any :-(. I'd then need to explain my ease dropping. He's a good guy and I hope he'll be ok.
 
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Does anyone know if it's ok to drink the pine needle tea along with Ivermectin and the other supplements. It seems that it would be ok but I'm not sure.
 

Gaby

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This study is a great one because it includes all the ivermectin doses tried, the setting and the results:


Some excerpts:

Furthermore, multiple coexisting or alternate mechanisms of action likely explain the clinical effects observed, such as the competitive binding of ivermectin with the host receptor-binding region of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, as proposed in 6 molecular modeling studies.21–26 In 4 of the studies, ivermectin was identified as having the highest or among the highest of binding affinities to spike protein S1 binding domains of SARS-CoV-2 among hundreds of molecules collectively examined, with ivermectin not being the particular focus of study in 4 of these studies.27 This is the same mechanism by which viral antibodies, in particular, those generated by the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines contain the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The high binding activity of ivermectin to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein could limit binding to either the ACE-2 receptor or sialic acid receptors, respectively, either preventing cellular entry of the virus or preventing hemagglutination, a recently proposed pathologic mechanism in COVID-19.21,22,26–28 Ivermectin has also been shown to bind to or interfere with multiple essential structural and nonstructural proteins required by the virus to replicate.26,29 Finally, ivermectin also binds to the SARS-CoV-2 RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp), thereby inhibiting viral replication.30
This suggests it might be the best way for vaccine protection.
Based on these insights and the clinical benefits of ivermectin in the late phase of disease to be reviewed below, it seems that the increasingly well-described in vitro properties of ivermectin as an inhibitor of inflammation are far more clinically potent than previously recognized. The growing list of studies demonstrating the anti-inflammatory properties of ivermectin include its ability to inhibit cytokine production after lipopolysaccharide exposure, downregulate transcription of NF-kB, and limit the production of both nitric oxide and prostaglandin E2.37–39

Elgazzar and colleagues45 at Benha University in Egypt randomized 200 health care and household contacts of patients with COVID-19 where the intervention group consisted of 100 patients given a high dose of 0.4 mg/kg on day 1 and a second dose on day 7 in addition to wearing personal protective equipment, whereas the control group of 100 contacts wore personal protective equipment alone. They reported a large and statistically significant reduction in contacts testing positive by Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) when treated with ivermectin versus controls, 2% versus 10%, P < 0.05.

Shouman conducted an RCT at Zagazig University in Egypt, including 340 (228 treated and 112 control) family members of patients positive for SARS-CoV-2 through PCR.44 Ivermectin (approximately 0.25 mg/kg) was administered twice, on the day of the positive test and 72 hours later. After a two-week follow-up, a large and statistically significant decrease in COVID-19 symptoms among household members treated with ivermectin was found, 7.4% versus 58.4%, P < 0.001.
Of the 229 study subjects, 131 were treated with 0.2 mg of ivermectin drops taken by mouth 5 times per day. After 28 days, none of those receiving ivermectin in the prophylaxis group had tested positive for SARS-COV-2 versus 11.2% of patients in the control arm (P < 0.001). In a much larger follow-up prospective, observational controlled trial by the same group that included 1195 health care workers, they found that over a 3-month period there were no infections recorded among the 788 workers who took weekly ivermectin prophylaxis, whereas 58% of the 407 controls had become ill with COVID-19. This study demonstrates that remarkable protection against transmission can be achieved among high-risk health care workers by taking 12 mg once weekly.40 The Carvallo IVERCAR protocol was also separately tested in a prospective RCT by the Health Ministry of Tucuman, Argentina, where they found that among 234 health care workers, the intervention group that took 12 mg once weekly, only 3.4% contracted COVID-19 versus 21.4% of controls, P < .0001.46
The need for weekly dosing in the Carvallo study over a 4-month period may not have been necessary given that, in a recent RCT from Dhaka, Bangladesh, the intervention group (n = 58) took 12 mg once monthly for a similar 4-month period and also reported a large and statistically significant decrease in infections compared with controls, 6.9% versus 73.3%, P < 0.05.47 Then, in a large retrospective observational case–control study from India, Behera et al41 reported that among 186 case–control pairs (n = 372) of health care workers, they identified 169 participants who had taken some form of prophylaxis, with 115 participants that had taken ivermectin. After matched pair analysis, they reported that in the workers who had taken 2 dose ivermectin prophylaxis, the odds ratio for contracting COVID-19 was markedly decreased (0.27, 95% confidence interval (CI) 0.15–0.51). Notably, one dose prophylaxis was not found to be protective in this study. Based on both their study finding and the Egyptian prophylaxis study, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences instituted a prophylaxis protocol for their health care workers where they now take two 0.3 mg/kg doses of ivermectin 72 hours apart and repeat the dose monthly.
Another RCT by Hashim et al53 in Baghdad, Iraq, included 140 patients equally divided; the control group received standard care, and the treated group included a combination of both outpatient and hospitalized patients. In the 96 patients with mild-to-moderate outpatient illness, they treated 48 patients with a combination of ivermectin/doxycycline and standard of care and compared outcomes with the 48 patients treated with standard of care alone. The standard of care in this trial included medicines such as dexamethasone 6 mg/d or methylprednisolone 40 mg twice per day if needed, vitamin C 1000 mg twice/day, zinc 75–125 mg/d, vitamin D3 5000 IU/day, azithromycin 250 mg/d for 5 days, and acetaminophen 500 mg as needed. Although no patients in either group progressed or died, the time to recovery was significantly shorter in the ivermectin-treated group (6.3 days vs. 13.7 days, P < 0.0001).
Notice how ivermectin plus doxy beats up the standard of care treatment with steroids plus vitamin C, D3 and a macrolide antibiotic.

Another RCT of ivermectin treatment in 116 outpatients was performed by Chowdhury et al in Bangladesh where they compared a group of 60 patients treated with the combination of ivermectin/doxycycline to a group of 60 patients treated with hydroxychloroquine/doxycycline with a primary outcome of time to negative PCR.54 Although they found no difference in this outcome, in the treatment group, the time to symptomatic recovery approached statistical significance (5.9 days vs. 7.0 days, P = 0.07). In another smaller RCT of 62 patients by Podder et al, they also found a shorter time to symptomatic recovery that approached statistical significance (10.1 days vs. 11.5 days, P > 0.05, 95% CI, 0.86–3.67).55
A medical group in the Dominican Republic reported a case series of 2688 consecutive symptomatic outpatients seeking treatment in the emergency department, most whom were diagnosed using a clinical algorithm. The patients were treated with a high-dose ivermectin of 0.4 mg/kg for one dose along with 5 days of azithromycin. Remarkably, only 16 of the 2688 patients (0.59%) required subsequent hospitalization with only a single death recorded.61

In another case series of 100 patients in Bangladesh, all treated with a combination of 0.2 mg/kg ivermectin and doxycycline, they found that no patient required hospitalization nor died, and all patients' symptoms improved within 72 hours.62
The largest RCT in hospitalized patients was performed concurrent with the prophylaxis study reviewed above by Elgazzar et al.45 Four hundred patients were randomized among 4 treatment groups of 100 patients each. Groups 1 and 2 included mild/moderate illness patients alone, with group 1 treated with one dose 0.4 mg/kg ivermectin plus standard of care (SOC) and group 2 received hydroxychloroquine 400 mg twice on day 1 then 200 mg twice daily for 5 days plus standard of care. There was a statistically significant lower rate of progression in the ivermectin-treated group (1% vs. 22%, P < 0.001), with no deaths and 4 deaths, respectively. Groups 3 and 4 included only severely ill patients, with group 3 again treated with a single dose of 0.4 mg/kg plus SOC, whereas group 4 received hydroxychloroquine plus SOC. In this severely ill subgroup, the differences in outcomes were even larger, with lower rates of progression 4% versus 30% and mortality 2% versus 20% (P < 0.001).
The one largely outpatient RCT conducted by Hashim reviewed above also included 22 hospitalized patients in each group. In the ivermectin/doxycycline-treated group, there were 11 severely ill patients and 11 critically ill patients, whereas in the standard of care group, only severely ill patients (n = 22) were included because of their ethical concerns of including critically ill patients in the control group (45). This decision led to a marked imbalance in the severity of illness between these hospitalized patient groups. However, despite the mismatched severity of illness between groups and the small number of patients included, beneficial differences in outcomes were seen, but not all reached statistical significance. For instance, there was a large reduction in the rate of progression of illness (9% vs. 31.8%, P = 0.15) and, most importantly, there was a large difference in mortality among the severely ill groups that reached a borderline statistical significance (0% vs. 27.3%, P =0.052). Another important finding was the relatively low mortality rate of 18% found among the subset of critically ill patients, all of whom were treated with ivermectin.
And on it goes. Another relevant data I wanted to highlight because it suggests "long haulers" can be treated successfully:
Increasing reports of persistent, vexing, and even disabling symptoms after recovery from acute COVID-19 have been reported and that many have termed the condition as “Long COVID” and patients as “long haulers,” estimated to occur in approximately 10%–30% of cases.71–73 Generally considered as a postviral syndrome consisting of a chronic and sometimes disabling constellation of symptoms which include, in order, fatigue, shortness of breath, joint pains, and chest pain. Many patients describe their most disabling symptom as impaired memory and concentration, often with extreme fatigue, described as “brain fog,” and is highly suggestive of the condition myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome, a condition well reported to begin after viral infections, in particular with Epstein–Barr virus. Although no specific treatments have been identified for Long COVID, a recent manuscript by Aguirre-Chang et al from the National University of San Marcos in Peru reported on their experience with ivermectin in such patients.74 They treated 33 patients who were between 4 and 12 weeks from the onset of symptoms with escalating doses of ivermectin; 0.2 mg/kg for 2 days if mild and 0.4 mg/kg for 2 days if moderate, with doses extended if symptoms persisted. They found that in 87.9% of the patients, resolution of all symptoms was observed after 2 doses with an additional 7% reporting complete resolution after additional doses. Their experience suggests the need for controlled studies to better test efficacy in this vexing syndrome.
 
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Soluna

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Visiting family right now, and wow trying to tread water whilst being bombarded by the mainstream opinions is somewhat nausea inducing.

"I don't thing there have ever been any side effects from vaccines - and that MMR case just turned out to be a conspiracy theory." I am choking a bit on my strategic enclosure gag despite knowing it's necessary there is no hope here.

I get the impression, perhaps - that some of this wilful ignorance (and typical of my mother) is an unwillingness to contemplate any culpability or possibility of wrong doing that may have caused someone else harm - especially ones children. If mothers suddenly had to face the possibility that they unknowingly poisoned their children with every vaccination, with flouride, with Teflon to make a few... It would destroy any with a conscience.

Sorry I acknowledge this may not be the appropriate thread for this observation, I just needed to get it out somewhere.
 

Mari

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This study is a great one because it includes all the ivermectin doses tried,
Thank you very much Gaby! :flowers:

My kids are going to school were most of the teachers have been vaccinated (mostly Pfizer and AZ).
They go to school not every day:
- older one (5th grade) is in the school the whole week, but every other week; he is 11yo and is 150cm/45kg
- younger one (3rd grade) is in the school every other day; he is 8yo and 135cm/25kg

What would be appropriate Ivermectin dose for them?
I´ve purchased THIS on Alibaba - 7.5mg Ivermectin Tablets.

You suggested
For those who are getting exposed to a bunch of vaccinated people (e.g. front line health care workers, those in bureaucratic posts or in elderly residencies), I suggest ivermectin 12 mg once per month.
So that would be for grown ups dosage.

I suppose that for kids I should half the dosage to 6mg or just give them 1 whole 7,5mg pill once per month?
Apart from Ivermectin, do you think that VitC, Zink and D3 drops are enough (in half adult dosage?)?

Thank you!
 

Gaby

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Apart from Ivermectin, do you think that VitC, Zink and D3 drops are enough (in half adult dosage?)?
I don't think the kids should be on ivermectin just because their teachers got vaccinated. I know it's easy to feel paranoid with all that is coming out in terms of research, but it's really not a high risk contact. If a teacher is sick, he or she would be on sick leave and not working. I would save the ivermectin just in case they come down with a bug. Vit C to bowel tolerance and half the dose of other vitamins should be good enough. Let's try to keep perspective: it's not realistic to live in a bubble. I know that protecting love ones from evil doings is a priority, but you also want them to build up their natural immunity.

I've never taken ivermectin myself, and I'm exposed all the time to vaccinated people with reactions: diarrhea, COVID-19, lumps, cardiovascular events. It's my daily bread. I do take doxy and HCQ three times per week though, plus other vitamins. Still, I see people with respiratory symptoms most days without "social distancing"and I don't feel unsafe. If I come up with something, I fight it up with something. What will happen when cosmic microbial threats are airborne in the environment? We'll have to build up natural immunity.

My 2 cents!
 

Mari

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Thank you @Gaby for your reply!

Yes, natural immunity is the best course; I obviously didn’t read the thread very carefully - I tough that we have to take precautions with small dosages of Ivermectin/HCQ because this shedding business going on....

Huh! Thank you! Good that I asked... :-[
 

candasiri

Jedi Master
@Gaby thank you so much for the info of re: Ivermectin studies. Do you know how much doxycycline is usually prescribed with Ivermectin? Or how much you would recommend to take with it if one was to become sick? I think I will be looking to Alibaba for veterinary source since my Alibaba purchase of veterinary Ivermectin arrived.

I also purchased 500 ml/cc bottles of normal saline, 3% hydrogen peroxide (food grade), syringes that will measure 0.1 cc/ml of hydrogen peroxide to be mixed in the 500 ml/cc to make a diluted solution to be nebulized with a desktop nebulizer. It really feels good to have these supplies in case the worst happens and another "vaccine induced" superbug arises.

Thanks for all the guidance and hope that your job is not too crazy.
 

Gaby

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Do you know how much doxycycline is usually prescribed with Ivermectin? Or how much you would recommend to take with it if one was to become sick?
Standard dose is 200mg once per day or 100mg twice per day, after eating (without dairy, otherwise it doesn't get absorbed), with a tall glass of water. Don't lay down afterwards, otherwise it might give reflux. And stay away from the sun for risk of photosensitivity skin issues. Minocycline is the alternative for safe sun exposure.

I've been giving doxy and/or colchicine for patients with sequela after COVID-19 - whether fatigue, chest pain, anosmia and so forth. By then, they're usually taking NAC and/or vitamin C with zinc. They report improvement, sometimes full recovery, by the time their doxy week is done.
 

Pecha

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With the recent study done by the Salk Institute: THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS’ SPIKE PROTEIN PLAYS ADDITIONAL KEY ROLE IN ILLNESS,
they shed more light on the damages that the spike protein found in covid and the vaccines can have. They found that it can attack the vascular system (and as a result the respiratory system) by having the spike protein bind to vascular endothelial cells via the ACE2 receptor. By binding to the receptor, the spike protein damages the signaling of the receptor to mitochondria, leaving the cells in a damaged state. This receptor is also found in type II alveolar cells of the lungs.

I want to also recommend vitamin D to combat the spike protein's damage to this receptor and subsequently the mitochondria.

Here's a study that says there's a positive effect on the ACE2 receptor function: Vitamin D can prevent COVID-19 infection-induced multiple organ damage

And another one that says that vitamin D can increase expression and concentration of the ACE2 receptor: A brief review of interplay between vitamin D and angiotensin‐converting enzyme 2: Implications for a potential treatment for COVID‐19
 

Ruth

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That is really strange. I'm looking at evo-pharmacy.com right now, and the top left corner says US toll free: +1 888 523 7141 UK: +44 808 189 1420, which are the same phone numbers at norxpharma24.com
I hope no-one has told those Indian scammers that people are looking for these sorts of treatments. I have an idea of what I expect them to do.... :mad:
 

SummerLite

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I hope no-one has told those Indian scammers that people are looking for these sorts of treatments. I have an idea of what I expect them to do.... :mad:
I did a web search for online pharmaceutical scams and these types of sites have been ripping people off for years. If they don't require a prescription its a big red flag. It does look like a lot of people are looking for Ivermectin now so its an opportunity for the scammers. Looks like pine needles for tea are selling well on Etsy also.

Alibaba and Aliexpress no longer offer Ivermectin. Any other ideas of where to get it now? Maybe the only answer is the horse paste....yum.
 
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