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Ivermectin side effects.

Side Effects​


Ivermectin side effects​

Get emergency medical help if you have signs of an allergic reaction to ivermectin: hives; difficult breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat.


  • eye pain or redness, puffy eyes, problems with your vision;
  • severe skin rash, itching, or rash with pus;
  • confusion, change in your mental status, balance problems, trouble walking;
  • fever, swollen glands, stomach pain, joint pain, swelling in your hands or feet;
  • fast heart rate, trouble breathing;
  • loss of bladder or bowel control;
  • neck or back pain, seizure (convulsions); or
  • a light-headed feeling, like you might pass out.
Common ivermectin side effects may include:

This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur
 

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if your chest gets heavy and O2 drops don't forget about proning

 

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N-ACETYL CYSTEINE​

So according to this NAC may interfere with Chloroquine and I assume quinine too

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database rates effectiveness based on scientific evidence according to the following scale: Effective, Likely Effective, Possibly Effective, Possibly Ineffective, Likely Ineffective, and Insufficient Evidence to Rate (detailed description of each of the ratings).

SIDE EFFECTS​

N-acetyl cysteine is LIKELY SAFE for most adults, when used as a prescription medication. It can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea or constipation. Rarely, it can cause rashes, fever, headache, drowsiness, low blood pressure, and liver problems.
When inhaled (breathed into the lungs), it can also cause swelling in the mouth, runny nose, drowsiness, clamminess, and chest tightness.
N-acetyl cysteine has an unpleasant odor that may make it hard to take.



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Long-term heavy alcohol consumption can cause:See Answer

SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS & WARNINGS​

Pregnancy or breast-feeding: N-acetyl cysteine is POSSIBLY SAFEwhen taken by mouth, delivered through a hole in the windpipe, or inhaled by women who are pregnant. N-acetyl cysteine crosses the placenta, but there is no evidence that it harms the unborn child or mother. But N-acetyl cysteine should only be used in pregnant women when medically needed.

There is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking N-acetyl cysteine if you are breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.
Allergy: Don't use N-acetyl cysteine if you are allergic to acetyl cysteine.
Asthma: There is a concern that N-acetyl cysteine might cause bronchospasm in people with asthma if inhaled or taken by mouth or through a tube in the windpipe. If you take N-acetyl cysteine and have asthma, you should be monitored by your healthcare provider.
Bleeding disorder. N-acetyl cysteine might slow blood clotting. There is concern that N-acetyl cysteine might increase the risk of bruising and bleeding in people with bleeding disorders.
Surgery. N-acetyl cysteine might slow blood clotting. This might increase the risk of bleeding during and after surgery. Stop taking N-acetyl cysteine at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

INTERACTIONS​


NitroglycerinInteraction Rating: MajorDo not take this combination.
Nitroglycerin can dilate blood vessels and increase blood flow. Taking N-acetyl cysteine seems to increase the effects of nitroglycerin. This could cause increased chance of side effects including headache, dizziness, and lightheadedness.

Activated charcoalInteraction Rating: ModerateBe cautious with this combination.Talk with your health provider.
Activated charcoal is sometimes used to prevent poisoning in people who take too much acetaminophen and other medications. Activated charcoal can bind up these medications in the stomach and prevent them from being absorbed by the body. Taking N-acetyl cysteine at the same time as activated charcoal might decrease how well it works for preventing poisoning.

Chloroquine (Aralen)Interaction Rating: ModerateBe cautious with this combination.Talk with your health provider.
Chloroquine (Aralen) is a drug used to treat malaria. It kills malaria by causing a chemical called heme to build up inside of cells. N-acetyl cysteine might prevent the build-up of heme inside of cells. This might reduce the effects of chloroquine.

Medications for high blood pressure (ACE inhibitors)Interaction Rating: ModerateBe cautious with this combination.Talk with your health provider.
N-acetyl cysteine might decrease blood pressure. Taking N-acetyl cysteine along with medications for high blood pressure might cause your blood pressure to go too low.
Some medications for high blood pressure include captopril (Capoten), enalapril (Vasotec), lisinopril (Prinivil, Zestril), ramipril (Altace), and others.

Medications for high blood pressure (Antihypertensive drugs)Interaction Rating: ModerateBe cautious with this combination.Talk with your health provider.
N-acetyl cysteine might decrease blood pressure. Taking N-acetyl cysteine along with medications for high blood pressure might cause your blood pressure to go too low.
Some medications for high blood pressure include captopril (Capoten), enalapril (Vasotec), losartan (Cozaar), valsartan (Diovan), diltiazem (Cardizem), Amlodipine (Norvasc), hydrochlorothiazide (HydroDiuril), furosemide (Lasix), and many others.

Medications that slow blood clotting (Anticoagulant / Antiplatelet drugs)Interaction Rating: ModerateBe cautious with this combination.Talk with your health provider.
N-acetyl cysteine might slow blood clotting. Taking N-acetyl cysteine along with medications that also slow clotting might increase the chances of bruising and bleeding.
Some medications that slow blood clotting include aspirin, clopidogrel (Plavix), diclofenac (Voltaren, Cataflam, others), ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others), naproxen (Anaprox, Naprosyn, others), dalteparin (Fragmin), enoxaparin (Lovenox), heparin, warfarin (Coumadin), and others.
 

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I've been talking 600 mg of NAC twice a day for at least six years. No ill effects.
 

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I've been talking 600 mg of NAC twice a day for at least six years. No ill effects.
I'm taking it too and no problem but if I get covid I will have to decide between NAC and Quinine. More research!! . I was looking this morning and it looks like supply is getting tighter. The bastards.
 

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great article on vitamins and covid. We know D is crucial but that is not the only vitamin it depletes. It looks like B vitamins are crucial too. Also alcohol is notorious for depleting B vitamins already.



Susha Cheriyedath, M.Sc.
By Susha Cheriyedath, M.Sc.Jun 18 2021
As the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic and the lack of clinically effective therapies well over a year after the pandemic was declared, attention is shifting to different ways of strengthening the immune system. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection considerably impacts the immune system through multiple inflammatory responses and a cytokine storm.
A balanced diet that includes vitamin A, B, C, D, E, and K, and micronutrients such as sodium, zinc, potassium, chloride, calcium, and phosphorus may help maintain general wellbeing and strengthen the immune system, thus decreasing infections. A deficiency of vitamins and minerals in the plasma leads to sub-par performance of the immune system, leading to a poor immune state.
A study published in the journal Inflammopharmacology reviewed recent data related to the role of vitamins and minerals in treating COVID-19 patients. The primary goal of the review is to highlight the possible therapeutic role of vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K, and micronutrients as immunity boosters in COVID-19 patients.

Vitamins as immunity boosters​

Recent evidence shows that nutritional supplementation might help reduce viral load and hospitalization rates in COVID-19 patients. Vitamins have antioxidant properties and immunomodulatory effects, with some of them regulating gene expression in immune cells and helping with immune cell maturation and differentiation.
It has been scientifically established that diseases such as viral infection, obesity, and diabetes affect the body's nutrient status and deprive the body of vitamins and minerals due to the demand for activation energy for immune stimulation.
Vitamin A is a retinyl-ester also known as retinoic acid and controls various genes involved in innate and adaptive immune responses. Several studies have shown the protective nature of natural and synthetic retinoids on some viruses, including hepatitis B virus, norovirus, influenza, and cytomegalovirus.
Vitamins under the B complex category are crucial for the normal physiological functioning of the body as they help the body use nutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, and fat.
While B1 thiamine is a co-enzyme that is important for the nervous and immune system functioning and has an anti-inflammatory effect, its deficiency affects the immune system leading to increased inflammation and oxidative stress.
Sufficient levels of thiamine help build immunity against SARS-CoV-2 as it eliminates the SARS-CoV-2 virus by triggering humoral and cell-mediated immunity.
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) is a neuroactive compound with immunomodulatory impressions and can reduce pathogens in the blood of COVID-19 patients thus reducing transfusion–transmission risk in COVID-19.
Vitamin B3 [niacin (nicotinic acid, pantothenic acid)] has an anti-inflammatory impact, and recent studies show that it can help reduce inflammation in patients with COVID-19 and can even be used as an adjunct therapy.
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) influences innate/adaptive immunity and the proliferation of immune cells. A recent study showed that pyridoxine supplement relieves COVID-19 symptoms by reducing pro-inflammatory cytokines, improving immune responses, and preventing hypercoagulability.

Vitamin B9 (folic acid, folate) is essential for DNA and protein synthesis and plays a crucial role in the adaptive immune response. According to a recent study, folic acid inhibits the enzyme furin and blocks the binding of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, which makes it helpful in controlling respiratory disease in COVID-19.
Vitamin B12 (cobalamin/cyanocobalamin) may regulate chemokine/cytokine formation and mediate the communication among immune cells in pathophysiological pathways and thus protect against various bacterial and viral infections, including COVID-19.
Vitamin C is known to support the immune system in its fight against bacterial and viral infections. Intravenous vitamin C administration significantly reduces sepsis and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Direct and indirect evidence reveals the role of vitamin C in treating COVID-19 patients.
Vitamin D has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that inhibit the overexpression of inflammatory cytokines IL-1α, IL-1β, and tumor necrosis factor-α. Literature shows that vitamin D has been investigated for use in treating acute respiratory tract infections (ARTIs). It has been reported that it modulates ACE2 expression in lung tissue, a pathogenic factor in COVID-19.
Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant and plays a crucial role in the regulation of immune system function. Studies have shown that increased vitamin E intake helps maintain immunity in elderly individuals. Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin naturally present in some foods and is a co-enzyme involved in hemostasis. Vitamin K1 is involved in the activation of hepatic coagulation factors and thus helps fight thrombotic complications in COVID-19 patients.

Role of minerals in COVID-19​

Mineral supplementation has been shown to positively impact immunity in viral infections and prevent and reduce cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, which are features of severe COVID-19 infections.
Early COVID-19 studies show that long-term mineral deficiency may lead to an increase in ACE2 levels in lower respiratory tract cells, which in turn could increase the severity of SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Studies show that levels of sodium significantly decrease in COVID-19 patients, and low potassium levels can lead to an increase in ARDS and acute cardiac injury risk, which is a common complication in COVID-19.
Calcium eliminates viruses from the cells and reports show that severe COVID-19 patients have a lower calcium concentration compared to those with less severe disease.
Studies also report low phosphorus levels in severe COVID-19, which shows the importance of monitoring the serum phosphorus levels in critical COVID-19 patients.
Magnesium supplementation may be useful in coping with stress caused by the pandemic and post-traumatic stress disorder in COVID-19 survivors and HCPs. It also regulates various immune functions and plays a vital role in the immune response to viral infections.
Trace elements such as zinc, copper, manganese, and selenium also show antiviral activity by inhibiting viral replication in the host cells. Zinc acts as an active agent for immunity against H1N1 influenza, and there is evidence of a decline in ACE2 activity in rat lungs after Zn supplementation. In vitro data shows that Zn2+ cation inhibits SARS-CoV-2 RNA polymerase by suppressing its replication. Hence, zinc supplementation may be an adjuvant therapy in COVID-19 treatment.
Based on the above analysis of the role of vitamins and minerals in fighting COVID-19, it can be concluded that vitamins and micronutrient supplementation may positively impact COVID-19 outcomes.
Journal reference:
 

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great article on vitamins and covid. We know D is crucial but that is not the only vitamin it depletes. It looks like B vitamins are crucial too. Also alcohol is notorious for depleting B vitamins already.



Susha Cheriyedath, M.Sc.
By Susha Cheriyedath, M.Sc.Jun 18 2021
As the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic and the lack of clinically effective therapies well over a year after the pandemic was declared, attention is shifting to different ways of strengthening the immune system. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection considerably impacts the immune system through multiple inflammatory responses and a cytokine storm.
A balanced diet that includes vitamin A, B, C, D, E, and K, and micronutrients such as sodium, zinc, potassium, chloride, calcium, and phosphorus may help maintain general wellbeing and strengthen the immune system, thus decreasing infections. A deficiency of vitamins and minerals in the plasma leads to sub-par performance of the immune system, leading to a poor immune state.
A study published in the journal Inflammopharmacology reviewed recent data related to the role of vitamins and minerals in treating COVID-19 patients. The primary goal of the review is to highlight the possible therapeutic role of vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K, and micronutrients as immunity boosters in COVID-19 patients.

Vitamins as immunity boosters​

Recent evidence shows that nutritional supplementation might help reduce viral load and hospitalization rates in COVID-19 patients. Vitamins have antioxidant properties and immunomodulatory effects, with some of them regulating gene expression in immune cells and helping with immune cell maturation and differentiation.
It has been scientifically established that diseases such as viral infection, obesity, and diabetes affect the body's nutrient status and deprive the body of vitamins and minerals due to the demand for activation energy for immune stimulation.
Vitamin A is a retinyl-ester also known as retinoic acid and controls various genes involved in innate and adaptive immune responses. Several studies have shown the protective nature of natural and synthetic retinoids on some viruses, including hepatitis B virus, norovirus, influenza, and cytomegalovirus.
Vitamins under the B complex category are crucial for the normal physiological functioning of the body as they help the body use nutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, and fat.
While B1 thiamine is a co-enzyme that is important for the nervous and immune system functioning and has an anti-inflammatory effect, its deficiency affects the immune system leading to increased inflammation and oxidative stress.
Sufficient levels of thiamine help build immunity against SARS-CoV-2 as it eliminates the SARS-CoV-2 virus by triggering humoral and cell-mediated immunity.
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) is a neuroactive compound with immunomodulatory impressions and can reduce pathogens in the blood of COVID-19 patients thus reducing transfusion–transmission risk in COVID-19.
Vitamin B3 [niacin (nicotinic acid, pantothenic acid)] has an anti-inflammatory impact, and recent studies show that it can help reduce inflammation in patients with COVID-19 and can even be used as an adjunct therapy.
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) influences innate/adaptive immunity and the proliferation of immune cells. A recent study showed that pyridoxine supplement relieves COVID-19 symptoms by reducing pro-inflammatory cytokines, improving immune responses, and preventing hypercoagulability.

Vitamin B9 (folic acid, folate) is essential for DNA and protein synthesis and plays a crucial role in the adaptive immune response. According to a recent study, folic acid inhibits the enzyme furin and blocks the binding of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, which makes it helpful in controlling respiratory disease in COVID-19.
Vitamin B12 (cobalamin/cyanocobalamin) may regulate chemokine/cytokine formation and mediate the communication among immune cells in pathophysiological pathways and thus protect against various bacterial and viral infections, including COVID-19.
Vitamin C is known to support the immune system in its fight against bacterial and viral infections. Intravenous vitamin C administration significantly reduces sepsis and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Direct and indirect evidence reveals the role of vitamin C in treating COVID-19 patients.
Vitamin D has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that inhibit the overexpression of inflammatory cytokines IL-1α, IL-1β, and tumor necrosis factor-α. Literature shows that vitamin D has been investigated for use in treating acute respiratory tract infections (ARTIs). It has been reported that it modulates ACE2 expression in lung tissue, a pathogenic factor in COVID-19.
Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant and plays a crucial role in the regulation of immune system function. Studies have shown that increased vitamin E intake helps maintain immunity in elderly individuals. Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin naturally present in some foods and is a co-enzyme involved in hemostasis. Vitamin K1 is involved in the activation of hepatic coagulation factors and thus helps fight thrombotic complications in COVID-19 patients.

Role of minerals in COVID-19​

Mineral supplementation has been shown to positively impact immunity in viral infections and prevent and reduce cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, which are features of severe COVID-19 infections.
Early COVID-19 studies show that long-term mineral deficiency may lead to an increase in ACE2 levels in lower respiratory tract cells, which in turn could increase the severity of SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Studies show that levels of sodium significantly decrease in COVID-19 patients, and low potassium levels can lead to an increase in ARDS and acute cardiac injury risk, which is a common complication in COVID-19.
Calcium eliminates viruses from the cells and reports show that severe COVID-19 patients have a lower calcium concentration compared to those with less severe disease.
Studies also report low phosphorus levels in severe COVID-19, which shows the importance of monitoring the serum phosphorus levels in critical COVID-19 patients.
Magnesium supplementation may be useful in coping with stress caused by the pandemic and post-traumatic stress disorder in COVID-19 survivors and HCPs. It also regulates various immune functions and plays a vital role in the immune response to viral infections.
Trace elements such as zinc, copper, manganese, and selenium also show antiviral activity by inhibiting viral replication in the host cells. Zinc acts as an active agent for immunity against H1N1 influenza, and there is evidence of a decline in ACE2 activity in rat lungs after Zn supplementation. In vitro data shows that Zn2+ cation inhibits SARS-CoV-2 RNA polymerase by suppressing its replication. Hence, zinc supplementation may be an adjuvant therapy in COVID-19 treatment.
Based on the above analysis of the role of vitamins and minerals in fighting COVID-19, it can be concluded that vitamins and micronutrient supplementation may positively impact COVID-19 outcomes.
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I read this as I was sucking on my B12 lozenge. :Happy:
 

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Greenlight for Ivermectin in Japan​

 

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you iver people are creating a covid crisis. you are literally killing people


New facet of Covid crisis: Misguided people taking ivermectin anti-parasite animal drug​


Rachel Maddow looks at the startling rise in cases of people in Covid hot spots dosing themselves with animal anti-parasite medicine because they've been misled into thinking, falsely, that ivermectin is a treatment for Covid.
 

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I read this as I was sucking on my B12 lozenge. :Happy:
my daughter has been reading something about a niacin flush if you have covid but so far I am just finding that the B complex in general is what helps. Lets not forget Bs help blood cells and covid is a blood disease first and foremost.
 

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you iver people are creating a covid crisis. you are literally killing people


New facet of Covid crisis: Misguided people taking ivermectin anti-parasite animal drug​


Rachel Maddow looks at the startling rise in cases of people in Covid hot spots dosing themselves with animal anti-parasite medicine because they've been misled into thinking, falsely, that ivermectin is a treatment for Covid.
FUCQUE the MadCow.
 

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A good video on Bitchute that starts with info about the Covid Camps in Australia and here that the CDC calls 'Wellness Camps'. That's pretty brief and then interview of Dr. Brian M. Tyson MD who's treated over 6000 Covid patients in Southern Cal with no fatalities. He discusses his protocol which is illuminating.

 

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A good video on Bitchute that starts with info about the Covid Camps in Australia and here that the CDC calls 'Wellness Camps'. That's pretty brief and then interview of Dr. Brian M. Tyson MD who's treated over 6000 Covid patients in Southern Cal with no fatalities. He discusses his protocol which is illuminating.

Thanks Luke
great video if you want to understand how the protocol works


 

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any chance one of the medically educated members can recommend a good oximeter?....I recall my brother buying 3-4 before he found a good one

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another existing drug that looks good

 

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interesting news blurb (for once)


UK approves Regeneron/Roche antibody cocktail for COVID-19​

Ronapreve, known as REGEN-COV in the United States, can be taken via injection or infusion. It binds tightly to the coronavirus at the lining of the respiratory system and prevents it from gaining access to cells of the respiratory system, the MHRA said.

Ronapreve belongs to a class of drugs called monoclonal antibodies which mimic natural antibodies produced by the body to fight off infections. The drug is not intended to be used as a substitute for vaccination, the MHRA said.

It's the third therapy in the UK's arsenal in addition to generic steroid dexamethasone and arthritis drug tocilizumab, sold by Roche as Actemra and RoActemra.

Earlier this week, Roche warned of a global shortage of its arthritis drug which will last a few more weeks. read more

Ronapreve/REGEN-COV received emergency approval to treat COVID-19 in more than 20 countries including the United States, which has also authorised a similar treatment by Eli Lilly (LLY.N) for non-hospitalized COVID-19 patients. read more
 

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any chance one of the medically educated members can recommend a good oximeter?....I recall my brother buying 3-4 before he found a good one

thanks
I bought an Innovo Medical, Model # iP900AP

It seems to be accurate. It was about $25 at the time I bought it in Feb of '20
 

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thanks.....do any of them also take one’s temperature , blood pressure?
 

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Bangladesh doctors claim to have found effective drug combination to cure COVID-19 patients​


Out of 60 COVID-19 patients, all recovered as the combination of the two drugs were applied, Professor Dr Md Tarek Alam, the head of medicine department at private Bangladesh Medical College Hospital (BMCH), claimed.

According to the research, a frequently used antiprotozoal medicine called Ivermectin in a single dose with Doxycycline, an antibiotic, yielded virtually the near-miraculous result in curing the patients with COVID-19.
 

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Doxycycline eh....I have some in my fridge for my anti lyme protocol. I work in the woods and get an embedded deer tick a couple of times a year. I take one doxycycline pill immediately, then another 12 hours later. Never had lyme. I tolerate it well, and hit the sauerkraut and probiotics hard.

Need to stock up if this is true.
 

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Doxycycline eh....I have some in my fridge for my anti lyme protocol. I work in the woods and get an embedded deer tick a couple of times a year. I take one doxycycline pill immediately, then another 12 hours later. Never had lyme. I tolerate it well, and hit the sauerkraut and probiotics hard.

Need to stock up if this is true.
yeah, I'm going full protocol. So far I am just doing supplements and will keep it that way but I like things ready in case. I think we need to face the fact at some point the hospitals will refuse us if we get COVID. I'm getting everything needed here at the house. Will add enough Zithromax for everyone and I'm going to see what's involved in getting the budesonide inhalers. If I cant get those Ill get the proper steroids.
 
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yeah, I'm going full protocol. So far I am just doing supplements and will keep it that but I like things ready in case. I think we need to face the fact at some point the hospitals will refuse us if we get COVID. I'm getting everything needed here at the house. Will add enough Zithromax for everyone and I'm going to see what's involved in getting the budesonide inhalers. If I cant get those Ill get the proper steroids.

everything has gotten MUCH more fragile/unreliable/communist - including the medical establishment

building a home clinic is wise
 

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2 stores this week. Zero Ivermectin. Glad I was just adding to the stack.
 

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2 stores this week. Zero Ivermectin. Glad I was just adding to the stack.
Ordered 500ml from link and arrives shortly. Due to quantity it's best buy and ideal for a 'herd' IMO. As long as stored in cool/dark location and stopper kept clean it will last. I'm using that link posted earlier to Indian online Pharmacy and ordering HCQ, Ivermectin & doxycyclin. Want to have on-hand in-case wife gets beer flu as ain't taking my ivermectin (says it's poison and doesn't work). She's vaxed so mentally deranged. We haven't finished the 'booster' conversation yet and hope it's months away.

 

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thanks.....do any of them also take one’s temperature , blood pressure?
I have yet to find a decent thermometer since they took mercury out of them
 

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Besides following the iMask Protocol as prophylaxis, I'll up dosage once symptoms show. I'm planning on nedulized hydrogen-peroxide as my backup along with the Oxygen tanks/regs/mask in the shop. Good idea to have the telemedicine doctor numbers written down and try to get a doctor to write a script for fluvoxamine. The first 6--8 days the virus replicates 4bil times so you need to short-circuit replication as-much-as-possible before the viral debris triggers a cytokine storm. It's a war, prepare the terrain and have the tools/plan to fight and win.


fluvoxamine is the one drug I do understand in the protocols.
 

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can someone post the links for the online pharmacies you are using that don't need scripts?
 

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After trying several online websites in India... and landing on several that only accepted PayPal in an "individual's name"...

I ended up landing on a site that compared the trustworthiness of online pharmacies...


I went to EmedsMart


and ordered several boxes of the Kit Ziverdo (Ivermectin, doxycyclin & zinc) that's had so much success in India

... chose shipping preferences & payment by credit card (20% surcharge)...

FYI, for shipping, if you choose FedEx, you'll have to send a photo of your ID, but NOT if you choose "tracked expedited shipping", which takes the same "6-10 days" and is less than 1/2 the cost of FedEx.

They did NOT have an "online interface" for the Credit Card payment - waited for email which came quickly, but no info on payment link...

So I called them (24/7), managed to reduce my total (by switching from Fedex to "expedited"), and found out that they wouldn't take my card info over the phone, but by return email.

So I emailed them my CC info... (yeah, uh... weird)... with the "approved total" - So I have that in my email record...

And then I called my CC company to notify that I'd just made an "unusual purchase" from a Pharmacy in India for $xxx, so that it could get "flagged for approval". Reply = we don't "flag for re-approval", but if our fraud services suspect something, they'll send you an email asking if you made this order...

So that's where it stands...

I should have enough stock for the next 10 years, if it goes through! haha!!

I'll keep y'all updated...

Edit - they did NOT ask for a prescription (though it DOES appear as a requirement for some of their products).

Caveat, in the FAQ

36. Do I have to pay Customs Charges to release my medicine parcel?

The duty fee on the import of shipment is charged by some countries as per their own rules on the import of products. The customer would be responsible to pay these charges and release their parcels as per the guidance of officials. We do not play any role in or do not control the customs process.

37. Can I get a refund if my medicine shipment stuck/destroyed/abandoned by customs of destination country?

In such a condition, a refund is not given. EmedsMart does not have any say in the Customs clearance process. It will be the customers’ responsibility to meet all the import requirements posed by the customs of their country.


Edit 2 -

- Very quick email replies
- Latest, "I will immediately process your order, and email you in 2-3 hours".

Well, it seems that a package is on its way... Apparently NOT a "scam"... We'll see the "contents" if it makes it through customs...

Ziverdo Kit boxes... Zinc & Ivermectin & Doxycyclin, 1 strip = 1 person's "treatment protocol".

ziverdo kit.jpg


Didn't ask me for a prescription for 2x 18 KITS ("6-strip packs" I'm "hoping")... so (in the best case) 36 x 6 = 216 "individual treatment strips"...

At worse a TOTAL of "36 strips" (where each "protocol" would be under $10, shipping & credit card surcharge INCLUDED, total came to $340).

"Bring it on, Variants! Let's Roll!! "

Post India Tracking ("Expedited shipping" selection)

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Well, it seems that a package is on its way... Apparently NOT a "scam"... We'll see the "contents" if it makes it through customs...

Ziverdo Kit boxes... Zinc & Ivermectin & Doxycyclin, 1 strip = 1 person's "treatment protocol".

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Didn't ask me for a prescription for 2x 18 KITS ("6-strip packs" I'm "hoping")... so (in the best case) 36 x 6 = 216 "individual treatment strips"...

At worse a TOTAL of "36 strips" (where each "protocol" would be under $10, shipping & credit card surcharge INCLUDED, total came to $340).

"Bring it on, Variants! Let's Roll!! "

Post India Tracking ("Expedited shipping" selection)

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I have a shopping list :)
 

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I have a shopping list :)
Edit. They DO NOT HAVE EVERYTHING on that site... I got confused with another website where you had to PayPal a guy's account, so I backed off.

This place accepts credit cards. A "middleman" company... Didn't even mention a prescription, either in email or on the phone... but it's in their "website print"...
Shipping? FedEx & DHL require you to send a copy of your passport, but "expedited India Post" (same "delay", MUCH CHEAPER) does NOT, and has "tracking".
To pay by Credit Card, it "says" to "add 30%", but they've reduced it to 20%.
Pretty new company it seems, since my order is in the numbers 600... and shipping in the numbers 300...

10 or so years ago, my daughter ordered her prescription glasses from Pakistan, $15 shipping included. They arrived in a cloth scarf tied wrapping package, haha! She's still using them...
 
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I have yet to find a decent thermometer since they took mercury out of them
I moved off to the non contact forehead (ear) scanner digital ones. They seem to be quite accurate. Only downside has been is it uses batteries. But yes, the non mercury mouth thermometers are worthless. I still have my original B&D one from when I was a little kid. Mom had one for me and one for my sister. Still works great. I use it as a standard for the digital one.