hey Gaby, I've heard good things about doxy too, now on HCQ do you think this holds true for people with genetic predisposition for Lupus/RA?? I'm on this group that's why I'm askingThe following is a scientific presentation by Colonel Bruno Pradines (Institut de Recherche Biomédicales des Armées, Service de Santé des Armées, VITROME, IHU) which shows the anti-viral properties of old school drugs: chloroquine, hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin and doxycycline.
Patients (i.e. dermatology patients taking doxycycline for rosacea or other skin conditions) or populations where malaria is prevalent and are taking these drugs, didn't get COVID-19 or were hardly affected.
He explains that methylene blue can reach anti-malarial equivalents as artemisinin (anti-malarial herb). So he poses the question if methylene blue is a valid treatment in COVID. And the answer seems to be a definite yes. It has an anti-viral effect:
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Colonel Bruno talks about methylene blue at the usual prescribed doses on the last slide.
Caveat lector: Using methylene blue has its indications on specific diseases, and it has its side effects. You can read a dedicated thread here:
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So context is everything. Just keep in mind that it has specific anti-viral properties.
He proposes combining the above drugs in case of COVID to use lower doses. For instance, methylene blue and doxycycline. Ivermectin and HCQ and so forth.
Notice that these drugs are old school medicines, and they have a track record of efficacy and safety. You would be surprised to learn that HCQ is safer to use than methylene blue.
As a rheumatologist told a lupus patient of mine, he doubts he'll get COVID while on HCQ for his lupus.hey Gaby, I've heard good things about doxy too, now on HCQ do you think this holds true for people with genetic predisposition for Lupus/RA?? I'm on this group that's why I'm asking
Alibaba also has pharmaceutical grade, minimal purchase is 50 grams.Thought this maybe useful information to others trying to acquire Ivermectin. And as @ nicklebleu stated
in a pinch I would take the vet product without any hesitation.
That's it for a small girl. If the paracetamol doesn't alleviate the headache, you can complement with N-acetylcysteine and if she doesn't get better, and she's not allergic to any drug, azithromycin might be another choice.I have some Ivermectin, so today I gave her first 6mg, to make sure she didn't have a bad reaction. She started feeling better after an hour or so, but the headache started coming back after a few hours. I gave her another 6 mg.
Today I discussed the vaccine protocol with my friend who owns a health food store, close to where I live in Canada in the Southern Interior. She called a veterinary supply on a First Nations reserve, that primarily supplies horse medicine, they have Ivermectin on back order, but expect delivery in a weeks time.
It is in liquid form, 120 ml bottle, they said it is enough to dose ten horses. So will have to figure out human dosing, probably just drops, so will last a while. We both have a bottle on order. Have no idea about pricing, but at this point money is a moot point, if it will save from the horrors of so called vaccination.
Thought this maybe useful information to others trying to acquire Ivermectin. And as @ nicklebleu stated
in a pinch I would take the vet product without any hesitation.
As far as my researches led me, curcumin is very poorly absorptible. Black pepper and/or lipids help for the bioabsorption. So, consume your curcuma with olive oil and pepper would be better than purchase some "juice of curcuma" in drugstores without any lipids. It seems that some labels are aware of this and offer some forms of curcuma with better bioavailability, so it could explain the price. But as far as I read, they talk about "nanoparticles" add-ons...I want to ask a question about Curcumin. I have curcumin in powder, is this the same that the Curcumin they sell in the health stores 500% more expensive? Or when in pills the strength is different?
Apparently, a judge just ordered the Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital to allow an 80-year old woman to be treated with Ivermectin. According to the family and attorney, the treatment saved the life of Judith Smentkiewicz. Although not yet approved, according to court documents, the woman’s daughter referred to it as a “miracle drug,” as do her attorneys, Ralph C. Lorigo and Jon F. Minear. Apparently, a doctor ordered the drug off-label in the intensive care unit (ICU), and as she improved, more than likely due to the drug, she was moved to another unit, and the doctor there stepped in and disallowed the use of the drug. Family members immediately involved lawyers and legal action to resume treatment. The New York Supreme Court Judge Henry J. Nowak aligned with the family.
Low Chance of Survival
Although the Buffalo News journalist, Dan Herbeck, reported that the hospital officials gave their mom’s chance of survival at about 20% due to severe COVID-19 (she was on a ventilator), doctors also told the family that she more than likely would be on a ventilator in an intensive care unit for at least a month.
Ms. Smentkiewicz’s son told journalist Herbeck that “we did a lot of research, we read about Ivermectin…the results sounded very promising, and we decided we had to try something different.” Thereafter the son told the Buffalo News journalist, “we pressured the doctor in the ICU to give it to her. He finally agreed.”
By Jan 2, the hospital doctor approved the first dose of the anti-parasite drug, according to court papers. The result: “a complete turnaround.” Apparently, within 48 hours, she was taken off the ventilator and transferred out of the ICU, reports the Buffalo News based on a review of court documents. However, once she was transferred to a different wing of the hospital, the doctors there refused to administer the drug, and the woman’s condition quickly worsened. Her son Michael declared, “We were astounded when they refused to give her any more doses.”
Enter the Lawyers
Thereafter, the family mobilized Ralph Lorigo, followed by immediate litigation. The hospital, operated by Kaleida Health, opposed the family’s request in court. The health system’s lawyers argued medical care should be made by doctors and not the courts.
Judge Declaration: Ivermectin & Improvement Again
However, Judge Nowak, on Jan. 8, ordered the hospital to “immediately administer the drug Ivermectin,” court papers reveal. Attorney Lorigo declared, “In 46 years as an attorney, I’ve never seen another case where a family had to get a court order to continue a treatment that had already been started by a hospital.”
Now, Michael Smentkiewicz reports that his mom’s condition now improves with the administration of Ivermectin. He was quoted by Buffalo News, “She called me (Wednesday) night. Her voice was raspy, but it was so exciting to hear her voice.” He continued, “She is sitting up in bed. She’s off the ventilator, but she has a cannula in her nose, providing supplemental oxygen.” She appears to be “turning the corner” in her fight, thanks to Ivermectin—and a judge. Perhaps, the son suggests, the “power of prayer” helps as well.
As TrialSite has extensively chronicled, mounting data leads a growing number of physicians to consider it an important treatment to help combat COVID-19, along with vaccines and other approaches, such as monoclonal antibody-based products under emergency use authorization.
Although Ivermectin, approved for fighting parasites and lice, for example, is not yet approved for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), seemingly knowing where the data is headed, the National Institute of Health (NIH) COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines Panel recently issued a change in position on Ivermectin.
Ivermectin has some passionate supporters in the medical field, but the U.S. Food & Drug Administration says the drug has not yet been approved for use in this country as a COVID-19 treatment.
TrialSite has led all media platforms as an independent and objective focus on studies around the world. TrialSite has accumulated and tracked more data about Ivermectin studies than any other media. The U.S. research establishment has been resistant to Ivermectin, despite accumulating data from randomized controlled trials from around the world. However, with growing data, there are signs of change. It’s unfortunate it’s taking so long.
Dr. Pierre Kory, a physician that TrialSite often interviews, was mentioned in the Buffalo News article. The co-founder of the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), Dr. Kory testified before Congress and the Senate that use of the drug could prevent “needless deaths.” The FLCCC just visited the NIH as well which could have triggered the update in Ivermectin’s status.
Source: TrialSite News
Thanks for the thread. Along with everything recommended, I was also thinking about incorporating subtle energy stimulation which activates latent subtle energy structures in the body via energy work.
I'm sifting through Robert Bruce's book "Energy Work: The Secrets of Healing and Spiritual Growth." He has some good techniques for activating these structures and claims these exercises improve immune system function and enhance vitality and self healing ability. I would personally only experiment with the techniques related to stimulation of vital energy and leave the rest.
Here is a link to the book:
Energy Work: The Secrets of Healing and Spiritual Growth: Bruce, Robert: 9781571746658: Amazon.com: BooksEnergy Work: The Secrets of Healing and Spiritual Growth [Bruce, Robert] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Energy Work: The Secrets of Healing and Spiritual Growthwww.amazon.com
Sort of left field in relation to what is being discussed in this thread, but thought it might be useful.
At least for Germany it is supposed that a questionnaire needs to be filled out before a vaccination and that is possibly the crux to avoid it. Because they will also ask for sensibilities, i.e. hazelnut and so on. If you are allergic you cannot be vaccinated since the contraindication. That is important to get to the contraindications of each vaccine beforehand and to use one symptom - you have or not - and to fill it out. They cannot ask for proof, because nobody wants to cause a shock in a patient. I will further get some more information in the future.