IVERMECTIN: Everything You Need to Know About One of the World's Greatest Wonder Drugs

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Ivermectin is a broad-spectrum antiviral that works against all cold and flu viruses

The covid virus might be fake, but the disease seems to be real, and Ivermectin sure seems to fix it. I for one don't like feeling sick or suffering from cold and flu symptoms, but if you do, then more power to you I guess
Be nice to find recipe the newest covid pills are...prolly half a molecule off the old merck patented ivermectin.
 

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I for one don't like feeling sick or suffering from cold and flu symptoms, but if you do, then more power to you I guess
lol fair, personally, that shit doesnt bother me, But then i live pretty far north. so im used to that kind of thing
 

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Secret Documents Reveal FDA’s Attack on Ivermectin
Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola
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Ivermectin vs. Merck's New Antiviral, Molnupiravir

STORY AT-A-GLANCE
  • Mainstream media have incorrectly insinuated that ivermectin is purely a veterinary drug that could be dangerous to humans; CNN falsely stated that Joe Rogan took “horse dewormer”
  • Rogan recently interviewed CNN’s chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta, getting him to admit CNN lied
  • The FDA started the “horse dewormer” fallacy based on a Mississippi health department report that said 70% of poison control calls were related to veterinary ivermectin. It was actually 70% of ivermectin-related calls, six in all, four of which were about accidental use of ivermectin in livestock. Overall, these calls made up only 2% of all poison control calls
  • A total of 20 deaths have been linked to ivermectin since 1992. Compare that safety profile to Remdesivir, the primary drug used by hospitals across the U.S. against COVID-19. Since the spring of 2020, VigiAccess has received 7,491 adverse events in all attributed to the drug, including 560 deaths, 550 serious cardiac disorders and 475 acute kidney injuries
  • Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson has issued a legal opinion on the off-label use of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19. According to this legal opinion, health care providers in Nebraska can legally prescribe these medications for off-label use for the treatment of COVID, provided they have informed consent from the patient. The only causes for disciplinary action are failure to obtain informed consent, deception and/or prescribing excessively high doses
In early September 2021, Oklahoma’s KFOR news ran a falsified story about emergency rooms being overrun with patients who had overdosed on horse ivermectin.1 Other mainstream media followed suit — all incorrectly referring to ivermectin as a dangerous veterinary drug.
In the real world, ivermectin is a human drug that has been safely used by 3.7 billion people since the early 1990s.2 In 2016, three scientists received the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for their discovery of ivermectin against parasitic infections in humans.3 It’s also on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medicines.4
There’s absolutely no reason whatsoever to disparage ivermectin as a “horse dewormer” that only a loony person would consider taking. Yet that’s what mainstream media have done, virtually without exception.
When comedian and podcast host Joe Rogan revealed5 he’d treated his bout of COVID-19 with ivermectin and other remedies — fully recovering within three days — NPR reported Rogan had taken “ivermectin, a deworming veterinary drug that is formulated for use in cows and horses,” adding that “the Food and Drug Administration is urging people to stop ingesting” the medication, saying animal doses of the drug can cause nausea, vomiting and in some cases severe hepatitis.6
Sanjay Gupta Admits CNN Lied
CNN, among many others, also reported on Rogan’s use of “horse dewormer.” In mid-October 2021, Rogan interviewed CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta, grilling him on why CNN would outright lie about his use of ivermectin.
“It’s a lie on a news network,” Rogan said, “and it’s a lie that they’re conscious of. It’s not a mistake. They’re unfavorably framing it as a veterinary medicine …
Don’t you think a lie like that is dangerous … when they know they’re lying? They know I took medicine [for humans] … Dude, they lied. They said I was taking horse dewormer. It was prescribed to me by a doctor, along with a bunch of other medications.”
Gupta finally relents and agrees that ivermectin should not be called horse dewormer. When asked, “Does it bother you that the news network you work for out and out lied about me taking horse dewormer?” Gupta replied, “They shouldn’t have said that.”
When asked why they would lie about such an important medical issue, Gupta replied “I don’t know.” Gupta also admits he never asked why they did it, even though he’s their top medical correspondent.
FDA Attacks Ivermectin
While CNN and mainstream media are certainly at fault for spreading disinformation here, they got the idea from a supposedly reputable source — the FDA. In an August 21, 2021, tweet,7 the FDA linked to an agency article warning against the use of ivermectin, saying “You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y’all. Stop it.”
This blatantly misleading post seeded the lie that then spread across mainstream media. In an article posted on RESCUE with Michael Capuzzo substack, two independent investigative health journalists, Mary Beth Pfeiffer and Linda Bonvie, detail how the FDA’s anti-ivermectin campaign began:8
“Within two days, 23.7 million people had seen that Pulitzer-worthy bit of Twitter talk. Hundreds of thousands more got the message on Facebook, LinkedIn, and from the Today Show’s 3 million-follower Instagram account.
‘That was great!’ declared FDA Acting Commissioner Janet Woodcock in an email to her media team. ‘Even I saw it!’ For the FDA, the ‘not-a-horse’ tweet was ‘a unique viral moment,’ a senior FDA official wrote to Woodcock, ‘in a time of incredible misinformation’ …
When CNN retweeted ‘not-a-horse,’ FDA was gleeful. ‘The numbers are racking up and I laughed out loud,’ wrote FDA Associate Commissioner Erica Jefferson in one email … There was one problem, however. The tweet was a direct outgrowth of wrong data — call it misinformation — put out the day before by the Mississippi health department.
The FDA did not vet the data, according to our review of emails obtained under the Freedom of Information Act and questions to FDA officials. Instead, it saw Mississippi, as one email said, as ‘an opportunity to remind the public of our own warnings for ivermectin.’”
The now infamous tweet was born out of a single sentence in a Mississippi poison control health alert, which stated that “At least 70% of the recent calls have been related to ingestion of livestock or animal formulations of ivermectin purchased at livestock supply centers.” The problem? That wasn’t accurate either.

Much Ado About Nothing
As it turns out, the real percentage of recent calls to poison control related to veterinary ivermectin was 2%, not 70%. In an October 5, 2021, correction, the Mississippi health department clarified that it wasn’t 70% of all poison control calls that involved veterinary ivermectin, it was 70% of all ivermectin-related calls.9
In absolute numbers, there were six such calls, and four of those calls actually related to livestock accidentally receiving the drug. Investigation by Pfeiffer and Bonvie also revealed that between July 31 and August 22, 2021, 40%, 10 of 24 ivermectin-related calls to the Mississippi poison control center were mere requests for information, which is a common occurrence.
“Without question, people should not take drugs made for animals, given issues of dosing and medical oversight, to name just two. That much is clear,” Pfeiffer and Bonvie write.10
“But in hopping on the Mississippi bandwagon, the FDA … turned ivermectin, which doctors and health ministers in several countries say has saved many from covid-19, into a drug to be feared, human form or not.
This highly effective bait-and-switch began last March with a webpage, to which the FDA tweet linked, that conflates the two ivermectins. On one hand, the FDA tells of receiving ‘multiple reports of patients who have required medical attention’ after taking the animal product.
On the other, it describes the fate awaiting people who take large amounts of any ivermectin, ending a long list with ‘dizziness, ataxia, seizures, coma and even death.’
The medical literature,11 nonetheless, shows ivermectin to be an extremely safe medicine … Last March, a safety review12 of ivermectin by a renowned French toxicologist could not find a single accidental overdose death in the medical literature in more than 300 safety studies of the drug over decades.
The study was performed for MedinCell, a French pharmaceutical company … Since 1992, twenty deaths have been linked to inexpensive, off-patent ivermectin, according to a World Health Organization drug tracker called VigiAccess …
So how big was the surge that FDA described as ‘multiple’? Four, an agency spokesperson said just after the page went up. Three people were hospitalized, but it wasn’t clear if that was for COVID itself.
When pressed for details, FDA cited privacy issues, and said in an email, ‘Some of these cases were lost to follow up.’ This is how government gets away with some whoppers, and with the media’s help.”
Ivermectin Is Safe; Remdesivir, Not so Much
According to VigiAccess, the World Health Organization’s drug tracker, a total of 20 deaths have been linked to ivermectin since 1992.13 Compare that safety profile to remdesivir, the primary drug used by hospitals across the U.S. against COVID-19.
Since the spring of 2020, VigiAccess has received 7,491 adverse events in all attributed to remdesivir, including 560 deaths, 550 serious cardiac disorders and 475 acute kidney injuries.14
The question is why remdesivir is being used at all, with the World Health Organization recommending15 against it and a new Lancet study16 finding “no clinical benefit.” Could it be that Fauci is involved with the fraud? Pfeiffer and Bonvie write.17,18
“The other question is why ivermectin is not. The FDA tweet arrived just as ivermectin prescriptions were soaring, up twenty-four-fold in August from before the pandemic.
These were legal prescriptions written by doctors who, presumably, had read the studies, learned from experience, and decided for themselves. Indeed, 20 percent of prescriptions are written off-label,19 namely for other than an approved use.
The effort to vilify ivermectin broadly has helped curb the legal supply of a safe drug. That’s what drove people to livestock medicine in the first place.”
State AG Calls Out Medical Establishment for Misinformation
In better news, in early October 2021, the Nebraska Department of Health asked Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson to issue a legal opinion on the off-label use of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19.
October 15, 2021, Peterson issued a legal opinion20,21 stating health care providers can legally prescribe these medications for off-label use for the treatment of COVID, provided they have informed consent from the patient.22 The only causes for disciplinary action are failure to obtain informed consent, deception and/or prescribing excessively high doses.
Peterson concluded that, based on the available evidence, hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin “might work for some people.”
He highlighted studies demonstrating the safety and benefits of these drugs against COVID-19, as well as the shocking scientific fraud that led to worldwide shunning of hydroxychloroquine, and the cherry-picking and exclusion of data in studies that are critical of ivermectin. He also pointed out how illogical it is to discourage early treatment.
"Allowing physicians to consider these early treatments will free them to evaluate additional tools that could save lives, keep patients out of the hospital, and provide relief for our already strained healthcare system," Peterson wrote.23,24
Peterson also called out the FDA and Dr. Anthony Fauci on their hypocrisy, detailing how the FDA and National Institutes of Health seeded confusion by issuing contradictory guidance. The NIH has taken a neutral position to ivermectin, which Peterson “clearly signaled that physicians should use their discretion in deciding whether to treat COVID-19 patients with ivermectin.”
Without reviewing the available data, which had long since been available and accumulating, it is unclear what basis the FDA had for denouncing ivermectin as a treatment or prophylaxis for COVID-19. ~ Doug Peterson, Nebraska Attorney General
NIH officials, however, have ignored the agency’s official position. At the end of August 2021, Fauci “went on CNN and announced that ‘there is no clinical evidence’ that ivermectin works for the prevention or treatment of COVID-19,’ and that ‘there is no evidence whatsoever’ that it works,” Peterson writes, adding:
“Yet this definitive claim directly contradicts the NIH’s recognition that ‘several randomized trials … published in peer-reviewed journals’ have reported data indicating that ivermectin is effective as a COVID-19 treatment.”
AG Blames FDA for Seeding Confusion
Peterson goes on to review the FDA’s behavior with respect to ivermectin:
“The FDA has similarly charted a course of confusion. In March 2021, the FDA posted a webpage entitled ‘Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Great or Prevent COVID-19.’
Although the FDA’s concern was stories of some people using the animal form of ivermectin or excessive doses of the human form, the title broadly condemned any use of ivermectin in connection with COVID-19.
Yet there was no basis for its sweeping condemnation. Indeed, the FDA itself acknowledged on that very webpage (and continued to do so until the page changed on September 3, 2021) that the agency had not even ‘reviewed data to support use of ivermectin in COVID-19 patients to treat or prevent COVID-19.’
But without reviewing the available data, which had long since been available and accumulating, it is unclear what basis the FDA had for denouncing ivermectin as a treatment or prophylaxis for COVID-19.”
Peterson also highlights the fact that while the FDA claims ivermectin “is not an antiviral (a drug for treating viruses),” on another FDA webpage they list a study in Antiviral Research that “identified ivermectin as a medicine ‘previously shown to have broad-spectrum antiviral activity.”
“It is telling that the FDA deleted the line about ivermectin not being ‘anti-viral’ when it amended the first webpage on September 3, 2021,” Peterson writes.
He also points out that while the FDA now claims off-label use of drugs “can be very dangerous,” and that this is why they don’t recommend ivermectin for COVID, doctors routinely use drugs off-label, and ivermectin has a well-established safety record.
So, “it is inconsistent for the FDA to imply that ivermectin is dangerous when used to treat COVID-19 while the agency continues to approve remdesivir despite its spottier safety record,” Peterson writes.
AG Puts Professional Associations Under the Microscope
Peterson also questioned the stance of professional associations such as The American Medical Association, American Pharmacists Association and American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, which in September 2021 issuing a joint statement25 opposing the use of ivermectin to prevent or treat COVID outside of clinical trials.
Their statement, Peterson points out, relied on the FDA’s and CDC’s “suspect positions,” and a statement by Merck, in which they opposed the use of the drug due to a “concerning lack of safety data in the majority of studies.”
“But Merck, of all sources, knows that ivermectin is exceedingly safe, so the absence of safety data in recent studies should not be concerning to the company,” Peterson writes, adding:
“Why would ivermectin’s original patent holder go out of its way to question this medicine by creating the impression that it might not be safe? There are at least two plausible reasons.
First, ivermectin is no longer under patent, so Merck does not profit from it anymore. That likely explains why Merck declined to ‘conduct clinical trials’ on ivermectin and COVID-19 when given the chance.
Second, Merck has a significant financial interest in the medical profession rejecting ivermectin as an early treatment for COVID-19. [T]he U.S. government has agreed to pay [Merck] about $1.2 billion for 1.7 million courses of its experimental COVID-19 treatment [molnupiravir], if it is proven to work in an ongoing large trial and authorized by U.S. regulators.
Thus, if low-cost ivermectin works better than, or even the same as molnupiravir, that could cost Merck billions of dollars.”
Another excellent article26 detailing the FDA’s questionable actions, and Merck’s incentives to disparage their old drug, ivermectin, was published by the American Institute for Economic Research.
“While we can all be happy that Merck has developed a new therapeutic that can keep us safe from the ravages of Covid-19, we should realize that the FDA’s rules give companies an incentive to focus on newer drugs while ignoring older ones,” David Henderson, a senior fellow with AIERS, writes.27
“Ivermectin may or may not be a miracle drug for Covid-19. The FDA doesn’t want us to learn the truth. The FDA spreads lies and alarms Americans while preventing drug companies from providing us with scientific explorations of existing, promising, generic drugs.”
Early Treatment Is Crucial
There’s no doubt that many have died unnecessarily due to our health authorities’ incomprehensible decision to discourage all prevention and early treatment of COVID-19. As noted by many doctors, early treatment is absolutely crucial for preventing hospitalization, death and long-term side effects of the infection.
There are several proven protocols to choose from at this point, including the following. Whichever treatment protocol you use, make sure you begin treatment as soon as possible, ideally at first onset of symptoms.
  • The Zelenko protocol28
  • The MATH+ protocols29
  • Nebulized hydrogen peroxide, as detailed in Dr. David Brownstein’s case paper30 and Dr. Thomas Levy’s free e-book, “Rapid Virus Recovery
 

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Hydra! The reason you shouldn't use ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine.


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I think it was in the Alex Jones clip AA included in one of his articles today, the AJ said that shipments of Ivermectin into the USA Awere being intercepted by customs. I'm not sure if he meant retail or wholesale.
 

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If anyone is trying to find injectable ivermectin online, Tractor Supply has it in stock: https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/agrilabs-agri-mectin-1-injection-50-ml

I just ordered 100ml. Not because of covid, but because it clearly has general anti-microbial properties and who knows, maybe it's effective against smallpox too. If you haven't heard, Bill Gates has mentioned smallpox terrorism and the FDA just approved new smallpox medication.
 

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I have been taking the horse paste version for a couple of months as a profilactic against spike protein shedding.
I am booked in for detailed blood tests to confirm that the horse paste isn't killing me.
Will report back once I have results.
 

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Has anyone horse pasted the elderly? I got to adults over 80, husband and wife who are sick and coughing. I want to paste them but would like some back up testimonials. Hurry pls.
 

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NEIGH, NEIGH MY FELLOW EQUINE MEDICINE AFFICIONADOS! PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BELOW IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE. I AM A HORSE AND MY OWNER, DR FAUCI, SAYS ITS OK FOR ME TO EAT HORSEPASTE. CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR (OR VETERINARIAN) ABOUT WHETHER THE BELOW IS CORRECT:

I did the horse paste preventatively about 4 weeks ago, no problems, just make sure you get the pure IVC one, so without the additional stuff that some have ("Praziquantel" I think it's called). The praziquantel isn't going to kill you but it has no benefit re: covid, costs more, and really could cause some side-effects that we don't know.

To be honest, instead of horse-paste, I reckon the 1% injectable is much better.

I don't know if I had COVID, but I was extremely sick yesterday, sicker than I've been in years (I generally *don't* get sick). Chills, fever, joint pain, cough, the works. I took 6.5ml of the injectable (squirted it into apple juice) over 4 hours, I struggled a bit during the night with a bit of a fever and some remaining joint pain, but today I have almost no symptoms, just a bit of a cough, so, mostly all-clear.

A good link on the injectable is here (someone posted this at the start of the thread, but I will repost):

https://www.barnhardt.biz/ivermectin/

I think that with the injectable you are getting way more bang for your money spent.

Then go onto: https://flccc.net/flccc-alliance-i-maskplus-protocol-english/

From the FCCC guide above, to get the dosage:

Essentially:

(1) Prophilactic - According to the FLCCC, you want to be taking 0.09mg per pound of body weight.
With the 1% injectable, you have 10mg per ml, so for someone weighing 195 lbs you would be aiming for 18mg or roughly 1.75 ml.
IVC has a half-life of 18hours, so as a preventative measure, you are taking the above every 72hours.

(2) With COVID - According to the FLCCC, you want to triple the dose, so now you're taking roughly 0.27mg per lb of b.w. With the 1% injectable, you have 10mg per ml, so for someone weighing 195lbs you would be aiming for 54 mg or roughtly 5.5ml. You are taking this over 5 days I think (check the FLCCC brochure I linked to above and below).

One final point on IVC. My understanding is that IVC must be taken with Zinc to maximize its effect. What it does is act as a catalyst to allow Zinc into the cells which reduces viral load and viral replication. You should be taking this with Zinc. According to the FLCCC (link again: https://flccc.net/flccc-alliance-i-maskplus-protocol-english/), if sick, you need to be taking 100mg per day of elemental zinc. To be taken at the the same time as the IVC.

You should also be taking other stuff including Quercetin, but make sure that you take the Quercetin at the opposite time of the day from the IVC.
Also make sure you are taking Vitamin D and Vitamin C.

A good podcast on this stuff is here:

https://www.barnhardt.biz/2021/12/08/barnhardt-podcast-161-nurse-claire-behind-enemy-lines/

I have to go now. My owner, Dr Fauci, wants to conduct some horse-fly experiments again.
Sigh. I still miss Bertie the Beagle - he was my only friend.
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You should be taking this with Zinc.
taking the correct zinc with copper can help your entire bodily eco systems!


if you get right with logos...no need for prophylactic ivermectin. I figure anybody gets a fake virus or hollowed out virus,injectedwith demon code/nanobot, is probably going straight to hell annaways for rejecting Christ!

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("Praziquantel" I think it's called). The praziquantel isn't going to kill you but it has no benefit re: covid, costs more, and really could cause some side-effects that we don't know.
Bruh bruh bruh. My paste has this. Was going to treat the inlaws today. Should I not?

@anti-barabas-ite @JR_Rustler_III please help.
 

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My son had a 102 fever and looked like garbage so I gave him .5ml of liquid horse paste. The next day he was 100% back to normal. He could have just had a 24 hour bug or ivermectin really is an anti-microbial wonder drug. I also took the proper dosage for myself as a prophylactic (and also kind of in solidarity with my son since he was the first to take it) and aside from some mild stomach discomfort there were no side effects and I'm feeling great. Also, somehow I feel even more straight. :unsure:
 

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My son had a 102 fever and looked like garbage so I gave him .5ml of liquid horse paste. The next day he was 100% back to normal. He could have just had a 24 hour bug or ivermectin really is an anti-microbial wonder drug. I also took the proper dosage for myself as a prophylactic (and also kind of in solidarity with my son since he was the first to take it) and aside from some mild stomach discomfort there were no side effects and I'm feeling great. Also, somehow I feel even more straight. :unsure:
Currently my household has tested "positive" for covid.

Mild conditions

Wife has a runny nose

Son cant taste

I have a steady headache like you get with too much sun.

Taking ivermectin since the "quarantine"
 

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Bruh bruh bruh. My paste has this. Was going to treat the inlaws today. Should I not?

@anti-barabas-ite @JR_Rustler_III please help.
I'm no expert on horsie paste, but look below at the antidotal evidence and dose.

I personally have zero horse paste here, but I have activated charcoal and
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Bruh bruh bruh. My paste has this. Was going to treat the inlaws today. Should I not?

@anti-barabas-ite @JR_Rustler_III please help.
The first time I took it, this was all I could get. Nothing happened. Had a bit of an upset stomach, but that's it.
...But everyone else has told me to always just get the pure IVC one, so I'm going to stick with that advice :)
 

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The first time I took it, this was all I could get. Nothing happened. Had a bit of an upset stomach, but that's it.
...But everyone else has told me to always just get the pure IVC one, so I'm going to stick with that advice :)
Sorry, forgot to mention: I think that the problem with the one that has both IVC and praziquantel is dosage safety.
So, the dosage on the syringe for IVC seems to be OK for humans, but I don't know about the praziquantel. In other words, a dosage applicable to 150 lbs for horse seems to be OK for a human in terms of IVC, but I honestly don't know about the praziquantel. The concentration of the praziquantel may be just right for horses but may be dangerous for humans, which means that all of the dosage goes out the window in terms of IVC as well.
Like I said, I am definitely not a doctor and neither biology or chemistry is my background, so seek advice from someone much smarter than me. Perhaps someone on the forum can clarify re: praziquantel?
 

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Sorry, forgot to mention: I think that the problem with the one that has both IVC and praziquantel is dosage safety.
So, the dosage on the syringe for IVC seems to be OK for humans, but I don't know about the praziquantel. In other words, a dosage applicable to 150 lbs for horse seems to be OK for a human in terms of IVC, but I honestly don't know about the praziquantel. The concentration of the praziquantel may be just right for horses but may be dangerous for humans, which means that all of the dosage goes out the window in terms of IVC as well.
Like I said, I am definitely not a doctor and neither biology or chemistry is my background, so seek advice from someone much smarter than me. Perhaps someone on the forum can clarify re: praziquantel?
@Sputnik posted this in the past saying he's been using the one with praziquantel. Maybe he can provide some additional info?
 

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@Sputnik posted this in the past saying he's been using the one with praziquantel. Maybe he can provide some additional info?
So I did some cursory research prior to taking it as a prophylactic against COVID-19, and it appears that the praziquantel is also used for human parasite control (Ivermectin is not effective against all parasites, hence the combination). I haven't taken it for a reasonable amount of time now. Stick to a little below the recommended dose for parasitic control, and you should be OK.

Additionally take whatever I say on the subject with a grain of salt, I took it on my own volition and did my own research which makes me very far from a subject matter expert.
 

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why is ivermectin so scary for public use according to globohomoschlomo?

is it because the transhumanism project gets derailed if the parasites are killed or lessened?

something nano is happening? air, water, food being pouisened with something and the scariest element the globohomoschlomos talk about are anti paristicals?

https://carnicominstitute.org/mrpsurveydata/ remember morgellons? are they hydras and parasites loosed from a lab at fort detrich?



Clinical evaluation of Morgellons disease in a cohort of North American patients
Melissa C Fesler 1, Marianne J Middelveen 2, Raphael B Stricker 1
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Morgellons disease (MD) is a dermatological condition characterized by aberrant production of keratin and collagen fibers in skin. Although infection with Borrelia burgdorferi, the causative agent of Lyme disease (LD), has been associated with MD, relatively few studies have hitherto provided epidemiological evidence regarding this association. A cohort of 1000 seropositive North American LD patients was evaluated for the presence of MD. Patients were diagnosed with MD based on detection of microscopic fibers in skin lesions or under unbroken skin. Demographic and clinical features of MD patients were analyzed, and laboratory testing for tickborne coinfections and other infectious agents, was performed. Subjective and objective features of MD were analyzed using statistical methods. Of 1000 seropositive LD patients, 60 (6%) were diagnosed with MD. Of these 60 patients, 75% were female and 78% presented in the late disseminated stage of MD. All 60 patients (100%) were seropositive for B. burgdorferi infection. Tickborne coinfections in these patients included Babesia spp (62%), Bartonella and Rickettsia (25% each), Ehrlichia (15%) and Anaplasma (10%). Helicobacter pylori was detected in 12% of MD patients. In all, 77% of MD patients had one or more coinfections. This study confirms recent findings that MD occurs in a limited subset of LD patients. The clinical and genetic determinants of MD in LD patients require further study.
 

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The first time I took it, this was all I could get. Nothing happened. Had a bit of an upset stomach, but that's it.
...But everyone else has told me to always just get the pure IVC one, so I'm going to stick with that advice :)
Have the straight, genuine, injectable 1% Ivermectin for emergencies. The only other thing you'll need is a decent 1-3 cc size syringe for measuring the dosage correctly. As far as IV as a prophylactic, train your immune system to fight off invaders without automatically grabbing for help when there's no problem. Keep it as a 'backup weapon in the holster'.
 

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Bruh bruh bruh. My paste has this. Was going to treat the inlaws today. Should I not?
Sorry I'm getting to this late. Don't be a nigger, get ahold of the proper medicine, i.e., something (either horse paste or the 1% solution) that has Ivermectin ONLY.
 

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A few people I know were hit hard by respiratory illness and went on to receive a positive "COVID" test, whatever the heck it is. They also came down with respiratory illness simultaneously, which implies that it has the ability to spread. I also know many more people who received a positive "COVID" test and had no problems. So, considering that we really have no clue what's actually happening at the end of the day, and buying it doesn't further a totalitarian one world agenda, having some IVM around to take in the chance of extreme sickness seems smart.
 

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