- Jul 8, 2019
That is very true and I agree 100% but since I am looking for substances to have around in case of an acute infection, ivermectin seems like the best solution. You even mentioned it "standardized dosages, shelf-stability" etc... Much more convenient than having to research medicinal plants for this sole purpose, source good quality ones, watch out for contraindications, etc. I'll keep it simple this time.
I also have MMS at home for the same reason.
If the hypothesis that the vaccinated (majority of people) will create stronger and more virulent strains that they will spread asimptomatically to only the unvaccinated becomes true, that is very very scary.
They have managed to turn a fake pandemic into a real one. The madness around this whole covid thing is going up and up... it seems to not have any limits.
EDIT: I am surrounded by vaccinated people everywhere, at work, at home, friends & family... Jeez. I hope this theory becomes wrong.
Just remember that both wild Covid and the vax hurt via the spike protein. Use ivermectin, HCQ, or in a pinch NAC to detach the spike proteins.
Also, I believe I remember from a study, but want to double check when I can find the study again, that fenbendazole stops the binding of the part of the spike protein responsible for ADE. There's just one little study on it. That's the dog wormer available all over the place. If that proves to be correct, it might be something else to grab in a really bad jam. (I picked that up, because almost all of my friends and family got the vax.) However, it's weaker than ivermectin or HCQ on its own.