Ivermectin

treatment
coronavirus
ivermectin

#63

So. I’m going to share. I bought some sheep drench. Specifically Noromectin. Easily available everywhere. 0.8 mg/ml Ivermectin with 30 mg/ml benzyl alcohol as preservative. Using ratio of 0.4 mg/kg once per day if mild symptoms or 0.6 if very ill. 15 stone person = 46 ml (mild) or 70 ml(serious) per day for 5 to 10 days.

I’m pissed as hell that my doctor is prohibited from prescribing me the human form. I hear a lot of people taking this twice a month at half dose and no sign of side effects (some report looser stools).

Also taking Vit C D Zinc Lactoferrin and Quercetin daily as well as fermented foods to build gut biome. Losing weight too.

I also have budesinide and prednisone (asthma) and aspirin for emergency use too.

I feel reasonably prepared. Any comments?


#64

You are prepared.


#65

And if not… don’t worry, Pfizermectin is on the way!!!


#66

Cover up.


#67

https://www.cdc.gov/immigrantrefugeehealth/guidelines/overseas-guidelines.html

Ivermectin recommended by CDC for refugees travelling to US

Summary of Recommendations

This guidance is intended for the International Organization for Migration (IOM) physicians and other panel physicians who administer overseas predeparture presumptive treatment for intestinal parasites, but may also be referenced by U.S. medical providers caring for refugees who will be receiving presumptive treatment after they arrive in the United States.

While these recommendations have been implemented in many overseas sites, logistical and procurement issues still limit their full implementation in some. All Middle Eastern, Asian, North African, Latin American, and Caribbean refugees should receive presumptive therapy with:

  • All Middle Eastern, Asian, North African, Latin American, and Caribbean refugees should receive presumptive therapy with:
    • Albendazole, single dose of 400 mg (200 mg for children 12-23 months)
      AND
    • Ivermectin, two doses 200 mcg/Kg orally once a day for 2 days before departure to the United States.
  • All African refugees who did not originate from or reside in countries where Loa loa infection is endemic (Box 1) should receive presumptive therapy with:
    • Albendazole, single dose of 400 mg (200 mg for children 12-23 months)
      AND
    • Ivermectin, two doses 200 mcg/Kg orally once a day for 2 days
      AND
    • Praziquantel, 40 mg/kg, which may be divided in two doses before refugees depart for the United States.
  • All sub-Saharan African refugees who originated from or resided in countries where Loa loa infection is endemic (Box 1) should receive presumptive therapy with:
    • Albendazole, single dose of 400 mg (200 mg for children 12-23 months)
      AND
    • Praziquantel, 40 mg/kg, which may be divided in two doses before departure to the United States.
    • Refugees from Loa loa- endemic countries (Box 1) in Africa should not receive presumptive ivermectin for strongyloidiasis prior to departure. Management of Strongyloides should be deferred until arrival in the United States, unless Loa loa is excluded by reviewing a daytime (10 AM to 2 PM) Giemsa-stained blood smear. Deferral of treatment for Strongyloides until after the refugee arrives in the United States is acceptable. Guidance is available for management of Strongyloides following arrival in the United States in the Domestic Intestinal Parasite Screening Guidance.
  • Special instructions:
    1. Pre-departure presumptive and directed malaria treatment regimens must be administered as directly observed therapy.
    2. Test results and pre-departure treatment should be documented on the pre-departure medical screening form. If treatment was not administered, this should be clearly indicated along with the reason that treatment was not administered.

#68

Wonder what the regime protocol for on entry (if you are in the system and not one of the probably tens of thousand, maybe hundreds of thousands of illegals floating about the place) Irlanda, some of these people are now caring for the old folk in homes and working in the HSE, working in kitchens and serving food and food sector. So while the hysteria ia inject inject, what about anti-parasitical regimen applied in similar fashion to be sure to e be sure ya know? :man_shrugging:


#69

It has been all out WAR on ivermectin since that FDA tweeted about cows and horses.

Looks like panic more than anything, it’s too late to put the cat back in the bag, the people are discovering all that they have been denied as well as the tricks of the trade, methinks the horse has truly bolted in this respect. :horse_racing:


#70

#71

One dose, incredible resutls:

Ivermectin gets some mention in this blog post about treating various types of skin flushing/redness:


#72

Oz severely restricts the use of Ivermectin today > Australians Vs The Menace