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Everything I’ve read says the Ivermectin is to enable the cells to uptake the zinc. I assume zinc deficiency is what Covid exploits. Just taking ivermectin alone isn’t preventive, the frontline doctors prescribe ivermectin and zinc together and the zelynski protocol includes it as well.
I was thinking the same thing. You need the D, c, zinc quercetin, melatonin and aspirin. I feel like you also need NAC or glutathione as covid strips it too. After reading some studies I think a strong B complex it essential too. The virus just strips your body of all of the above.
 

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How does this square with what's going on in India's Uttar Pradesh?
So, ivermectin works on one side of the world but it doesn't on the other?
You can't just dismisively say "fake news". Think...
If we take one account at face value, then we have to take the other one as well.
But something doesn't add up.


Brazil's tragic ivermectin frenzy is a warning to the US, experts say​

https://www.businessinsider.com/bra...for-covid-frenzy-warning-to-us-experts-2021-9

  • In Brazil, ivermectin is a commonly prescribed anti parasitic drug.
  • Early on in the pandemic, Brazilians thought that ivermectin might also help treat and prevent COVID-19.
  • But, as one ICU doctor put it: "We Brazilians had to learn in the hardest way that ivermectin didn't work."
  • See more stories on Insider's business page.
Many Brazilians used to spend about $30 a head on what they called the "kit COVID."

It was a mix of vitamins and other pills that President Jair Bolsonaro touted as early treatments for COVID-19, well before vaccines became widely available to prevent and minimize coronavirus infections.

Among the "kit" drugs were the malaria pill hydroxychloroquine and the antiparasitic tablet ivermectin.

Brazilian authorities even at one point launched an app, called TrateCov, (in English, an abbreviation of "treat COVID") which recommended the same seven "kit" drugs to all its users. (The evidence base for that protocol leaned heavily on data from Dr. Flávio Cadegiani, who's now a member of the FLCCC, a US-based ivermectin propaganda machine.)

But Brazilians quickly discovered - through heart-wrenching personal experience - the limits of treating COVID-19 with ivermectin. Brazil suffered some of its worst death rates yet in late 2020 and early 2021, even in heavily ivermectin-dosed areas, as the more transmissible P1, or Gamma, variant spread quickly across the country.

"Look at what happened in Brazil," Natália Taschner, a Brazilian microbiologist and research scholar at Columbia University in New York, said. "Then wonder: If this drug worked, would Brazil be in such bad shape?"

Entire cities took ivermectin. It didn't work.​

Aerial view of the burial site reserved for victims of the COVID pandemic at the Nossa Senhora Aparecida cemetery in Manaus, in the Amazon forest in Brazil on November 21, 2020.

A COVID-19 cemetery in Manaus, Brazil, on November 21. Michael Dantas/AFP via Getty Images

The ivermectin strategy was once so popular in Brazil that entire towns tried it out. (Ivermectin is cheap and available in pharmacies across the country.)

In July 2020, ivermectin was available for free to all residents of Itajaí, to the tune of about $826,000 in government spending. The mayor of Itajaí, the physician Volnei Morastoni, said at that time that ivermectin was but "one more weapon in our war against the coronavirus."

As infection rates soared, some people were taking excessively high doses of the medicine every day, hoping to stave off COVID-19, but in a few rare cases that move prompted liver failure.

Other patients were unknowingly given the "kit" drugs by doctors in private hospitals instead of more standard treatments - and some of them died.

Ivermectin "prescription practices didn't upend the tragedy of COVID here in Brazil in terms of preventing infections, preventing hospitalizations, and then preventing deaths," said Dr. Kevan Akrami, an infectious-disease and critical-care physician working in the northeastern city of Salvador. "Whether somebody was taking it or not didn't seem to have any impact on whether or not they got hospitalized or ended up dying from their COVID infection."

The use of ivermectin might have contributed to COVID deaths in other ways, researchers suspect, as some people who assumed they were well protected from infection by ivermectin tossed aside their masks.

"There was a political promotion behind it, to make people feel safe, so that they would continue with their regular life," Taschner said.

Hospitals in Manaus ran out of oxygen in January, as the area recorded one of the highest death rates in the world.

'I have already cared for many patients who took ivermectin and were still in the ICU'​

close up of ICU doctor in scrubs, mask, goggles, and hair net

The intensive-care physician Dr. Ana Carolina Antonio at work in Porto Alegre, Brazil, in July. Courtesy of Ana Antonio.

Dr. Ana Carolina Antonio, who works at a government hospital in Porto Alegre, Brazil, told Insider many of her ICU patients took ivermectin in the spring - some trying to prevent COVID-19, others "to early treat their first symptoms."

Their strategy didn't work.

In fact, Antonio estimated about 70% of her ICU patients said during the country's deadly second wave (in late 2020 and early 2021) that they had taken ivermectin, and "I regret to say most of those patients have died," she said.

About half of all her critically ill patients died, and 80% of ventilated patients didn't make it, regardless of whether they'd tried ivermectin.

She called the heartbreak of the situation "indescribable."

"I've never seen so many young and previously healthy patients dying," she said. "I have already cared for many patients who took ivermectin and were still in the ICU for COVID-19."

Antonio was telling the wives of patients "my husband's age" with "children like mine" that their spouse was dead.

She worried about getting her own family sick, including her husband who wasn't a healthcare worker and therefore was ineligible for vaccination at the time. (He's now vaccinated, she said.)

Brazilians now want vaccines, not more ivermectin​

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Brazilians protest President Jair Bolsonaro, demanding vaccines and calling attention to the more than 200,000 people killed by the coronavirus in Brazil, on January 8 in Brasilia. (The current death toll from COVID-19 in the country is near 600,000). Sergio Lima/AFP via Getty Images

Attitudes about ivermectin have quickly changed in the months since then.

"In the absence of evidence, we'll try certain things," Akrami said. "But at this point in the pandemic, we really don't have any reason to continue prescribing ineffective medications for prophylaxis or treatment."

The "kit" which was once widely prescribed (and self-dosed) in Cuiaba, Macapá, Natal, and Manaus, is now being thrown out by the government. Brazil has a new health minister - a cardiologist who replaced a military general - and vaccines are more widely available.

"We've seen a huge decrease in the number of cases and the number of hospital admissions," Antonio said of the period since vaccinations began. "We Brazilians had to learn in the hardest way that ivermectin didn't work."

More than nine in 10 Brazilians say they've been vaccinated or intend to get their shots, according to a May poll.

"Across political divides, most people still are being rational and saying, 'I should get vaccinated to protect myself,'" Akrami said. "There's a pretty proud tradition of getting vaccinated here. It's kind of seen as like your civic duty."

Itajaí Mayor Morastoni's Facebook page is peppered with celebrations of vaccine milestones in his city and information on how and where to get vaccinated. (He hasn't mentioned ivermectin once on his page since vaccinations started being administered to healthcare workers in his city in January.)

"People are tired of all the lies and the manipulation and the promotion of miracle cures that they realize don't work," Taschner said.

It's possible ivermectin could one day play a small role in COVID-19 treatment, but it's not looking terribly promising​

Brazilian woman wearing indigenous dress getting COVID-19 vaccine

Vanusa Costa Santos is inoculated with the CoronaVac Sinovac Biotech COVID-19 vaccine at a hospital in Sao Paulo on January 17. Nelson Almeida/AFP via Getty Images

Major health agencies (including the World Health Organization and US National Institutes of Health) have yet to weigh in definitively on whether ivermectin works to prevent or treat COVID-19.

More conclusive studies are on the way, but the most recent rigorous research of ivermectin for COVID-19 doesn't look promising.

The Brazilian government has issued new protocols for COVID-19 treatment, which recommend against using ivermectin in hospitalized patients, because they say there isn't good evidence it does anything.

"It might look interesting," Antonio said, referencing studies showing that ivermectin can kill COVID-19 in a petri dish, "but in humans, you have plenty of complex pathways competing for the virus in your body."

It is still possible that, in combination with other drugs, the antiparasitic could be one item used in a multilayered system of treatment for COVID-19, perhaps to speed recovery in the early stages of disease.

But other early treatment options, like Merck's new pill, appear far more promising in human trials.

Take note, US and UK​

side by side of ivermectin tablets for people, and ivermectin paste for horses

Ivermectin is used to treat animals and people, usually for deworming. AP Photo/Mike Stewart, AP Photo/Ted Warren

It is "to my surprise," Antonio said, that countries including the US and UK are "becoming crazy for" ivermectin now, with weekly prescriptions for the drug surging across the US since before the pandemic, according to August data from the CDC.

"I really thought it was exclusive Brazilian stuff," she said.

When fear and frustration abound, it's tempting to put one's faith in a simple pill or a kit that promises to erase all suffering.

But "we're not snake-oil salesmen anymore," Akrami said.

Instead, the best medical care today is informed by rigorous research that examines which treatments actually work to improve a patient's status.

"'What's the harm?' is usually the argument," Taschner said of the common refrains given for using unproven treatments like ivermectin. "The harm is it gives people a false impression of security. It makes them feel safe when they are not safe. It drives people away from what really makes them safe, and that's vaccination."

"Take a hard look at Brazil, realistically," she said, "and then come to your own conclusions."

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Neighbors daughter Nov 15th is her last day unless she submits to the death jab. She says it's time to retire. Works for Lilly as a drug rep. Registered nurse.
 

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Neighbors daughter Nov 15th is her last day unless she submits to the death jab. She says it's time to retire. Works for Lilly as a drug rep. Registered nurse.
Battle lines are being drawn!
 

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I’m not seeing that NAC. Is banned. It’s out of stock in the typical affordable places

Amazon has it in stock but it’s more than double a normal price
Nope link don't work and when I search for NAC nothing comes up. As previously posted Amazon.ca (Canada) has it and still at eBay and Supplement suppliers but it's going away.
 

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Brazilians now want vaccines, not more ivermectin
Right.

The time to take a vaccine - if that was what it really is - is BEFORE, not WHILE THE PATIENT IS INFECTED.

A vaccine is not a medicine to cure. This is how ADE has gotten started - Antibody Dependent Enhancement.

But the nooze liars don't KNOW this, and that's how we can be sure...dead-solid, absolutely sure...this is Jayson-Blair style Fake Nooze.

And as JW noted, there's the inconvenient facts of India's experience.
 

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Nope link don't work and when I search for NAC nothing comes up. As previously posted Amazon.ca (Canada) has it and still at eBay and Supplement suppliers but it's going away.
Going to force us into the Jab.

Next they'll take zinc and Vitamin D tablets away.
 

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About Brazil, looks like their kits maybe had all the right stuff? It doesn't jive with the success that took place in that one district in India? They were more proactive in India with contract tracing and giving kits just to infected people from what I read?

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lukdiver, Walmart online still has some NAC.

It's not AT ALL cheap; but it's there. Or it was three days ago.

Like I said, I have a year's supply. It just arrived in today's mail. And that's it...the world better change in a year, because otherwise I'm gonna be more exposed than I was.
 

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lukdiver, Walmart online still has some NAC.

It's not AT ALL cheap; but it's there. Or it was three days ago.

Like I said, I have a year's supply. It just arrived in today's mail. And that's it...the world better change in a year, because otherwise I'm gonna be more exposed than I was.
Doesn't sound like a blanket 'ban' but I wouldn't put it past the Gov't to atleast restrict its availability. I'd rather have a year's supply thats still in-date then find out it isn't available IF I needed it to treat a sickness (it's called out as one of the supplements on several Covid Treatment Protocols).

 

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About Brazil, looks like their kits maybe had all the right stuff? It doesn't jive with the success that took place in that one district in India? They were more proactive in India with contract tracing and giving kits just to infected people from what I read?

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Well, we know the "media" is more than capable of making up lies to pass off as news.

Propaganda.
 

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lukdiver, Walmart online still has some NAC.

It's not AT ALL cheap; but it's there. Or it was three days ago.

Like I said, I have a year's supply. It just arrived in today's mail. And that's it...the world better change in a year, because otherwise I'm gonna be more exposed than I was.

Current stock is being sold off.
 

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I've got a bad feeling about this Winter. I don't see the Deep State backing off on their drive for the Great Regret as they either succeed or get the Mussolini Treatment. This country could go FUBAR without much instigation and the 400mil guns/6 tril rounds go kinetic.
 

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They stole the saying from folks that live close to the Arctic Circle ( IDK if our South Polar Bros. use same term) .
I've heard the term for years on LIFE BELOW ZERO and shows of that nature.
Politicians going for dramatic effect, Catch Phrase.
 

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Pfizer Scientists: ‘Your [COVID] Antibodies Are Better Than The [Pfizer] Vaccination.'
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Dr. John Campbell on You-Tube covered Merck's oral antiviral MOLNUPIRAVIR. Turns out it interferes with the DNA replication in the Corona Virus and not at all like ivermectin's believed modus of effect. The test results didn't sound as effective as ivermectin which is funny. What isn't funny is a 'course' is 10 pills over 5-days and $700. The company is promising millions of doses by year's end and foreign licensing to India, etc. IF it keeps the hospitals from killing people with Remdisiver it might be a good thing. Still out there is Pfizer's pill.


 

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Also Dr. Campbell did a follow-up video on aspiration, 140k views over 4 days so I'd say there is some interest in the subject. Also one of the comments he mentions is a comment from someone who injects antibolic steroids deep deltoid and he says '1 in 30' he gets blood. Another comment was younger people have 'more turgid' blood vessels (more expanded?).



 
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About Brazil, looks like their kits maybe had all the right stuff? It doesn't jive with the success that took place in that one district in India? They were more proactive in India with contract tracing and giving kits just to infected people from what I read?

View attachment 227394
fyi - translates into

EARLY TREATMENT KIT (didn't print the amounts-per-day protocol on the package)

-azithromicin 500 mg
-imvermectin 6 mg
-zinc 130 mg
-vitamin D
-HCQ 400 mg
-prednisone 20mg
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6 mg of Ivermectin is half of what India uses (12 mg first 3 days) but they also included HCQ (same intent)
130 mg of zinc is more than twice what India uses (50mg for 14 days)
500 mg of azithromicin (for 5 days? which is common...) is equivalent to 200 mg/daily for 5 days of doxycyclin (antibiotics)
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- the vitamin D should be a positive (severe cases/deaths with covid ALL have vitamin D deficiencies)
- the ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine are each intended to facilitate assimilation of zinc (which is the "virus-killer")
- I haven't read up on the prednisone...
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I have NO IDEA why this treatment SUPPOSEDLY "did not work" in Brazil, if in fact that's true... because it's - mostly - what we HERE have come to find (after A LOT of "research" online) as one of the best "early treatment protocols"...
- "Late administration" instead of "early treatment"? "Defective ingredients" (fraud...)? Not enough "distribution"?

FYI the "Indian Protocol" =

Ziverdo Kit Protocol.jpg
 
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Doesn't sound like a blanket 'ban' but I wouldn't put it past the Gov't to atleast restrict its availability. I'd rather have a year's supply thats still in-date then find out it isn't available IF I needed it to treat a sickness (it's called out as one of the supplements on several Covid Treatment Protocols).

Expiration dates on FOOD I almost always "respect"...

...but expiration dates on medications & vitamins & supplements I consider mostly a "legal ass-covering safeguard"... imho some of them might "lose some potency", some of the "all natural plant-based" might "go bad" - but a MINERAL will REMAIN "a mineral" FOREVER...

I still use aspirin that's 10 years "out-dated" - and don't notice anything "bad"...
As well as "Vitamin A paste in a tube for eye damage" (grinding dust), that states "do not use past 3 months of opening", years old, still does the trick...
And I can't even read the deteriorated labels on a few of my opened Tincture of Iodine bottles to find an "expiration date" - work FINE...

Am I "playing with fire" or "russian roulette"? - tbd... Anyhow, off topic - hard liquor lasts FOREVER, with wines, it's a toss-up after 15-20 years... can be a nectar or vinegar... Beer goes bad quite quickly...
 

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"I feel like I work for an evil organization" Yeowza!!!
You work for an organization controlled by evil puppet masters. Their strings get pulled to dance which causes them to pull your strings. Whether you dance or not is up to you.
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Good video, he's surprised no-one else has run these kind of blood-test, or have they? The comment section is worth going thru if you have the time.
 

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fyi - translates into

EARLY TREATMENT KIT (didn't print the amounts-per-day protocol on the package)

-azithromicin 500 mg
-imvermectin 6 mg
-zinc 130 mg
-vitamin D
-HCQ 400 mg
-prednisone 20mg
----------------------------------------
6 mg of Ivermectin is half of what India uses (12 mg first 3 days) but they also included HCQ (same intent)
130 mg of zinc is more than twice what India uses (50mg for 14 days)
500 mg of azithromicin (for 5 days? which is common...) is equivalent to 200 mg/daily for 5 days of doxycyclin (antibiotics)
---------------------------------------
- the vitamin D should be a positive (severe cases/deaths with covid ALL have vitamin D deficiencies)
- the ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine are each intended to facilitate assimilation of zinc (which is the "virus-killer")
- I haven't read up on the prednisone...
---------------------------------------
I have NO IDEA why this treatment SUPPOSEDLY "did not work" in Brazil, if in fact that's true... because it's - mostly - what we HERE have come to find (after A LOT of "research" online) as one of the best "early treatment protocols"...
- "Late administration" instead of "early treatment"? "Defective ingredients" (fraud...)? Not enough "distribution"?

FYI the "Indian Protocol" =

View attachment 227411

prednisone is synthetic cortisol. doctors used it off label to save lives -- the bioweapon fools the immune system initially -- prompting the wrong response, which killed many.

prednisone dampens that wrong response, giving time for immune system to work through the trick of the bioweapon

it is safe and has been used for decades to reduce inflammation. main issue is long term use at high doses
 

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U.K.-Swedish pharmaceutical group AstraZeneca (ticker: AZN.London) has submitted an antibody drug for emergency authorization in the U.S., after clinical trials showed it was 77% effective in preventing symptomatic Covid-19.


The drug, AZD7442, would be the first to be authorized for Covid-19 prevention, the company said in a statement Tuesday.
 

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U.K.-Swedish pharmaceutical group AstraZeneca (ticker: AZN.London) has submitted an antibody drug for emergency authorization in the U.S., after clinical trials showed it was 77% effective in preventing symptomatic Covid-19.


The drug, AZD7442, would be the first to be authorized for Covid-19 prevention, the company said in a statement Tuesday.
I don't trust them and won't be taking what they're offering