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Who quarantines anymore? Screw this crap, I want to catch these viruses and build immunity. Don't like it then stay away from me.
 

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when gf’s daughter and son-in-law got it , they had similar symptoms and even with the ivermectin protocol it still took them about 10 days to feel better...

whereas old folks like me and gf , it takes about 30 day to,start feeling anywhere near normal...

I spoke with a friend this morning who is 78 and he’s had two Moderna shots and still got it but his symptoms were very mild compared to ours....

he did the monoclonal antibody ive treatment and got over it all pretty quick...

maybe his vaccines helped who knows
I think the vaccine offers short term protection for some people. The monoclonal antibodies seem to be very effective from what I have read. I believe they interfere with natural immunity though. We have a center near by and if needed will use them but only if really needed. They do them at nearby pharmacies now. Its two shots in the arm and two in the belly. Hopefully he wont need them. Now we will see if my daughter and granddaughter get sick next.
 

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Who quarantines anymore? Screw this crap, I want to catch these viruses and build immunity. Don't like it then stay away from me.
schools.. my granddaughter is not sick yet but has to quarantine 17 days.
 

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we recently had friends n family that all went to a event and all got the Covid ........78 in good health female vaccinated 2 jabs (monoclonal antibodies taken also quickly) had very mild symptoms and no issues.........Female 65 fair health not vaccinated mildly sick about a week .....her husband (very good health) 66 unvaccinated bad symptoms for a week then took monoclonal antibodies no improvement hospitalized for several days (pneumonia) out of hospital about a 3wk ordeal ......

my gal and i were exposed (rode in same car with her) to the 78yr old the day before she tested positive .....neither of us (we both had covid in may) caught the virus again from her...we self quarantined 10 days out of caution

so it seems to be a crap shoot
it really is all over the place. Not a lot of logic to who catches it and who gets really sick.
 

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it really is all over the place. Not a lot of logic to who catches it and who gets really sick.
I have come to the conclusion that co-morbidities, known or not, have a LOT to do with this.

Perhaps, also, various respiratory stressors...including, perhaps, those caused by wearing dirty face-nappies.

Beyond that: perhaps a high-humidity environment, and of course, plain bad luck.
 

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I think the vaccine offers short term protection for some people. The monoclonal antibodies seem to be very effective from what I have read. I believe they interfere with natural immunity though. We have a center near by and if needed will use them but only if really needed. They do them at nearby pharmacies now. Its two shots in the arm and two in the belly. Hopefully he wont need them. Now we will see if my daughter and granddaughter get sick next.



hmmm , shots?

mine was an IV drip and so was my friends

Yeah , I am on probiotics right now
 

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I have come to the conclusion that co-morbidities, known or not, have a LOT to do with this.

Perhaps, also, various respiratory stressors...including, perhaps, those caused by wearing dirty face-nappies.

Beyond that: perhaps a high-humidity environment, and of course, plain bad luck.


I don’t know about the high humidity , we run 10-20% here on the high plains , very dry...I need a humidifier in my house
 

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schools.. my granddaughter is not sick yet but has to quarantine 17 days.

Denmark is closing (at least primary) schools this week... Rise in "delta" cases...
 

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Ha!....I was supposed to get a Fact Sheet before the hospital administered the monoclonal antibody treatment so I can make an informed decision about taking it..

never got nothing

my bad...I should have done the research BEFORE I went to ER

in any case , check this out before going the monoclonal antibody route..

I was concerned about the side effects



 

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it really is all over the place. Not a lot of logic to who catches it and who gets really sick.

Well, I seem to remember real figures among the DEAD = over 90% of them had vitamin D deficiencies...
 

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The less "new trial medication" that I take, the better...

I'll stick with stuff that has a "proven track history" including "known contra-indications & potential side-effects", such as ASPIRIN, IVERMECTIN, HCQ, ANTIBIOTICS, IBUPROFEN, ANTIHISTAMINES... as well as VITAMINS and MINERALS...
 

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Ha!....I was supposed to get a Fact Sheet before the hospital administered the monoclonal antibody treatment so I can make an informed decision about taking it..

never got nothing

my bad...I should have done the research BEFORE I went to ER

in any case , check this out before going the monoclonal antibody route..

I was concerned about the side effects



A FACT sheet is A SHEET of facts maybe front and back. Not a freekin' novella. That paperwork was all legalese scare tactic. IMO
 

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Acts like a bioweapon.
Franken-Fauci and his lab concoction. He will one day be seen for the biggest mass murdered in history
 

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Franken-Fauci and his lab concoction. He will one day be seen for the biggest mass murdered in history
His concoction(s) already makes Mengele look like a beginner.
 

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Who's following the story in Itajai, Brazil, where somewhere up to over a million peeps took an ivermectin pill? Charlie Kirk show claims that hospitalizations reduced by 73%, covid-related complication deaths reduced by 59%. Fake news says otherwise, reliable confirmation sources are hard to come by. Who to believe here?
 

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Who's following the story in Itajai, Brazil, where somewhere up to over a million peeps took an ivermectin pill? Charlie Kirk show claims that hospitalizations reduced by 73%, covid-related complication deaths reduced by 59%. Fake news says otherwise, reliable confirmation sources are hard to come by. Who to believe here?
I read it today but can't remember where.
 

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Another good article on nebulization with HP:
 

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Another good article on nebulization with HP:
I have a nebulizer coming today. We may be trying it out .
 

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I got my shipment, as I stated before.
Stumbled on this article this morning:


I kinda like this website, lots of good info.
 

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My son-in-law looks a little better today. The poor guy has had a rough time. He has been doing the protocol but he isn't happy about it. My daughter started feeling a little under the weather two days ago and started ivermectin right away. She tested negative today so who knows. My daughter said if you put the horse paste at the back of your tongue it goes down easier.
 

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Hopefully over the hump, best wishes. I posted that new link on nebulizing HP previously and came across this one just now after someone mentioned Lugol's iodine on a thread over on the Surviliast Board.



 
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I was searching for nebulizers today, and every one I saw was handheld and battery powered, but now I will look for a tabletop version.

Hopefully over the hump, best wishes. I posted that new link on nebulizing HP previously and came across this one just now after someone mentioned Lugol's iodine on a thread over on the Surviliast Board.




Note: to optimize your benefits, be sure to obtain an electric tabletop jet nebulizer. Dr. Mercola points out, the battery-driven handheld versions aren’t as effective. In nearly all cases where patients were not getting better, they were using a small handheld nebulizer. Once they got a more powerful version that can drive the peroxide deep into the lungs, the treatment worked as it should.
 

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My soninlaw is feeling better but still throwing up and blood oxygen is still low. He is starting the nebulizing this morning and we are adding famotidine for his stomach.. We should have been doing both from day 1.
 
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The one I bought was a table-top nebulizer and not listed anymore but try searching thru Amazon and looking for good reviews, that's what I did. Mine still in box but I'll be getting it out to do a 'dry'-run to make sure I'm ready.

Have you gone through the actual pages of reviews for this machine?
The original page listing shows about 4.5 stars, but if you dig into "read all reviews" it looks like the most recent reviews are negative.
Lots of missing parts, sparks out of the machine, worked 3 times then quit, etc.

 

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Have you gone through the actual pages of reviews for this machine?
The original page listing shows about 4.5 stars, but if you dig into "read all reviews" it looks like the most recent reviews are negative.
Lots of missing parts, sparks out of the machine, worked 3 times then quit, etc.

Model I bought not available so I just grabbed an example of a tabletop model. Also what came up on page of items purchased at same time were individual saline solution pkgs. so for convenience I may go that direction. The mixing syringes I've got covered and Lugul's iodine is in a dropper bottle.
 
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I just bought a cheap battery nebulizer because I needed it right away. I broke my own rule that I preach here on GIM. I didn't have everything I needed. I also had to hunt down pharmaceutical grade hydrogen peroxide. I found it at Whole Foods. No local drug store had it. My daughter tired out the nebulizer. I would suggest everyone give them a test run. We did the saline and 3 percent peroxide solution. At first she wanted to breath through her nose and was antsy about inhaling through her mouth. She got the hang of it and said it wasn't too terrible. She was worried her husband would freak out so she tried it first. I think at this point my son-in-law is convinced my daughter and I are trying to kill him but he is too weak to resist. I switched over from the horse paste to the liquid ivermectin because mentaly he feels better about not taking something with a horse picture on it. The famotidine ( Pepcid) is something we should add to the protocol. His oxygen levels have been averaging around 87. Hopefully the nebulizing will get them up.
 

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My son-in-law looks a little better today. The poor guy has had a rough time. He has been doing the protocol but he isn't happy about it. My daughter started feeling a little under the weather two days ago and started ivermectin right away. She tested negative today so who knows. My daughter said if you put the horse paste at the back of your tongue it goes down easier.
It's the THOUGHT of the horse paste that is grossing them out.

The actual stuff, and I know, having used it for eight months...it is virtually tasteless.

It's to be taken with food. I'd try putting it on a banana, see if that makes it go down easier.
 

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Nebulizers. I bought an Amazon Chin-made one...worked well, now works less well. Doesn't put out the mist consistently. I guess three months of daily use is burning it out.

I made inquiries about buying one retail, and was told, by the few places that carry them, that they are a prescription item. Is that true? I bought another handheld from Bezos, Incorporated, and saw the tabletop one...looks like a repurposed CPAP machine...but I'd prefer to get quality.

But I'm not going to be able to get a scrip for one. Have you tried using Gurgle to look up "hydrogen peroxide nebulizer"? You get WARNING!s from all the Medical Experts, about how bad, bad, BAD an idea this is.

Almost as bad as treating the Chinese virus with ivermectin.

So...thoughts? Better plans? I can't buy a nebulizer once every three months. It's not the money but that they'll cut supplies off, soon...
 

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Nebulizers. I bought an Amazon Chin-made one...worked well, now works less well. Doesn't put out the mist consistently. I guess three months of daily use is burning it out.

I made inquiries about buying one retail, and was told, by the few places that carry them, that they are a prescription item. Is that true? I bought another handheld from Bezos, Incorporated, and saw the tabletop one...looks like a repurposed CPAP machine...but I'd prefer to get quality.

But I'm not going to be able to get a scrip for one. Have you tried using Gurgle to look up "hydrogen peroxide nebulizer"? You get WARNING!s from all the Medical Experts, about how bad, bad, BAD an idea this is.

Almost as bad as treating the Chinese virus with ivermectin.

So...thoughts? Better plans? I can't buy a nebulizer once every three months. It's not the money but that they'll cut supplies off, soon...
I know you will balk at this because you like quality items but here goes. I consider any electrical device that deals with water disposable. I have tried this out with water piks. I have to replace them about every 4 months. The cheap ones lasted as long as the expensive ones. They simply do not last even if they are expensive. Since you have a working unit I would order several cheap ones for Aliexpress. They are the same cheap units amazon sells. I would stock up. So far everything I ordered from Aliexpress has arrived. It takes a while but it comes. This cheap unit has decent reviews and so does the company. BTW, I have used Aliexpress refund when one product did not come and they do back it up.

Try this one. I'm going to order several for family members.

 

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The original page listing shows about 4.5 stars, but if you dig into "read all reviews" it looks like the most recent reviews are negative.
Lots of missing parts, sparks out of the machine, worked 3 times then quit, etc.
A lot of products are like that now. Imo, the difference comes down to pre-coof mfg vs. during-coof mfg.


His oxygen levels have been averaging around 87. Hopefully the nebulizing will get them up.
Do you have or can you get an oxygen concentrator? When I was sick with the coof, being able to give myself a higher concentration of o2 came in very handy.
It upped my o2 levels by approx 5%
 

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Not that I balk, but that SO MUCH is being banned, removed, made unusable or by prescription (by the brainwashed killers who are purportedly physicians, the New Age doctors who believe government edicts to be Gospel).

I can't buy a quality nebulizer because I will need to convince Doctor Karen that I need one. I can imagine the fainting scene when I tell her I'm nebulizing HYDROGEN PEROXIDE! Quick, nurse...get the smelling salts! And order up a Jab for this patient...he's DELUSIONAL!

The whole thing is really getting to me. Going back over my memory of history, learned 50 years ago...there are parallels to the early stages of the National Socialists taking power in Germany. First stage was the minor intrusions, and mental denial by the objects of the government's interest.
 

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I just bought a cheap battery nebulizer because I needed it right away. I broke my own rule that I preach here on GIM. I didn't have everything I needed. I also had to hunt down pharmaceutical grade hydrogen peroxide. I found it at Whole Foods. No local drug store had it. My daughter tired out the nebulizer. I would suggest everyone give them a test run. We did the saline and 3 percent peroxide solution. At first she wanted to breath through her nose and was antsy about inhaling through her mouth. She got the hang of it and said it wasn't too terrible. She was worried her husband would freak out so she tried it first. I think at this point my son-in-law is convinced my daughter and I are trying to kill him but he is too weak to resist. I switched over from the horse paste to the liquid ivermectin because mentaly he feels better about not taking something with a horse picture on it. The famotidine ( Pepcid) is something we should add to the protocol. His oxygen levels have been averaging around 87. Hopefully the nebulizing will get them up.
I think it was Dr. Ted Noel who said, regular OTC peroxide was okay if food-grade wasn't available.

I bought an Amazon bottle of food-grade, at 3 percent strength; but it was five times the cost of regular H2O2.

Is inhaling through the nose a bad thing? That's what I've done...my understanding is, it's to clean out the lungs, bronchial tubes, and sinuses of viral load. So I inhale with the nose. Few issues other than that my nose runs and I sneeze a few times. No loss of smell or aerobic capacity; but if I'm doing harm here, it's nothing to just breathe through the mouth with this.
 

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I know you will balk at this because you like quality items but here goes. I consider any electrical device that deals with water disposable. I have tried this out with water piks. I have to replace them about every 4 months. The cheap ones lasted as long as the expensive ones. They simply do not last even if they are expensive. Since you have a working unit I would order several cheap ones for Aliexpress. They are the same cheap units amazon sells. I would stock up. So far everything I ordered from Aliexpress has arrived. It takes a while but it comes. This cheap unit has decent reviews and so does the company. BTW, I have used Aliexpress refund when one product did not come and they do back it up.

Try this one. I'm going to order several for family members.


Which style do you like, looks like a few to select from?
 

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I got this one. It seems to work ok. The have used it twice today. Also make sure and get the food grade hydrogen peroxide. It was hard to find.
Click on the amazon links below

 

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A lot of products are like that now. Imo, the difference comes down to pre-coof mfg vs. during-coof mfg.



Do you have or can you get an oxygen concentrator? When I was sick with the coof, being able to give myself a higher concentration of o2 came in very handy.
It upped my o2 levels by approx 5%
I told my daughter to put new batteries in the darn pulse pulse ox because he was not short of breath . His O2 went up to 90 after the new batteries. He did one nebulizing treatment and complained the entire time so I assume he isn't dying. I need to get a oxygen concentrator. Once again I was not prepared. My credit card is smoking the last two days.
 

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In Dr. Mercola's interview with Dr. Brownstein they suggest a jet nebulizer:

Dr. Joseph Mercola:
It's just a fascinating story. I am saddened when I hear it because my mom ultimately died from
complications from COPD for being a lifetime smoker. And I was not aware of it, even though
you were doing it actively during that time and I could have used it. It just took me about 20
years longer to figure this thing out than it did for you. So, I want to highlight another important
aspect of the nebulized oxygen therapy, which is the nebulizer. And you just discussed this in the
book, but I want to hear it from you directly, and the difference between using the $25, $30 one,
that battery-powered device that you can get on Amazon. Which almost, when people hear about
this, that's the first one they buy, and how not to do that because it's a piece of junk and you
really want to get the one you plug in. So can you expand on that with more details?

Dr. David Brownstein:
I'm glad you brought it up. I made a point of that in that as you know chapter on nebulizing. I
made a strong point saying it's really important to buy the right nebulizer. Nebulizers are cheap.
You can get them for 50 bucks, 50, 60 bucks.

Dr. Joseph Mercola:
The right one, the right one.

Dr. David Brownstein:
The right one. But you don't have to spend hundreds of dollars on a nebulizer. But what
happened at the beginning of the COVID crisis was that, I had a couple of patients who were
using our solution calling me, "My breathing's not better." I'm like, "Everyone's breathing is
getting better from this, why isn’t yours getting better?" And there were three patients calling me
and I'm like, "Let's increase the frequency to every half an hour, instead of every hour, while
[crosstalk 01:11:34]." Who wants to do that? Then you're just nebulizing your whole life.

Dr. David Brownstein:
And I was calling them twice a day because they weren't doing better. And finally I said to one
of them, “What nebulizer do you have?” And she's described it to me. “It runs on batteries and
it's a handheld one.” And so I said, "Let me call another patient. I'll call you back." I called the
other one, "What kind of nebulizer do you have?" The same thing. And I call them both back and
I'm like, "Look, my other patients, aren't having this issue. Let's get you a real nebulizer, plugin,
desktop." They're called – I got my book over here to look, but there it's in that book. I'll look as
we're talking.

Dr. Joseph Mercola:
Jet nebulizers.

Dr. David Brownstein:
Jet nebulizers. And I said, "Let's get a jet nebulizer." And I show a picture of that in my book.
And as soon as they got that, they were on their way. And so I made a point in that book of
saying that, you got to use the right nebulizer and that's important for this therapy. The handheld
ones just don't provide enough oomph to get deep enough into the lungs. That's my guess with it.

Dr. Joseph Mercola:
Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Thanks for expanding on that. I found that the PARI Trek seems to be a
useful one, used to be available easily on Amazon when they had an in stock and now they
require a business account to get it, which makes it extraordinarily difficult. So people are
getting them on eBay and other sites that sell them. And a common frustration that I hear from
many people who seek to acquire one of these devices, whether it's PARI Trek or another, is that
they require a doctor's order.

Dr. Joseph Mercola:

But interestingly, one of the person who said that, he said, "I just said, I saw Dr. Mercola's video
and he said to use it." So he said, "They accepted that." He's just a legalist, but do you have any
suggestions or recommendations for people who are seeking to get one of these? Because the key
– and this is a huge point that I want to emphasize to you do not, you do not want to go out and
run and get a nebulizer when you need it. You need to have this at home before you need it,
because if you're not going to need it, someone you know or love is going to use it.

Here's the interview:

I may get this nebulizer:
 

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I just bought a cheap battery nebulizer because I needed it right away. I broke my own rule that I preach here on GIM. I didn't have everything I needed. I also had to hunt down pharmaceutical grade hydrogen peroxide. I found it at Whole Foods. No local drug store had it. My daughter tired out the nebulizer. I would suggest everyone give them a test run. We did the saline and 3 percent peroxide solution. At first she wanted to breath through her nose and was antsy about inhaling through her mouth. She got the hang of it and said it wasn't too terrible. She was worried her husband would freak out so she tried it first. I think at this point my son-in-law is convinced my daughter and I are trying to kill him but he is too weak to resist. I switched over from the horse paste to the liquid ivermectin because mentaly he feels better about not taking something with a horse picture on it. The famotidine ( Pepcid) is something we should add to the protocol. His oxygen levels have been averaging around 87. Hopefully the nebulizing will get them up.
I started getting a headache at 92. I went to the garage & breathed some oxygen from my cutting torches for a few minutes. Felt better right away oxy would go up to 94-95 & headache went away. Use low pressure and hold about 8-10 inches from your face just a light breeze.