Honest Information for Treatment

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Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance  Prevention & Treatment Protocols for COVID-19
https://covid19criticalcare.com/
Powerful New Evidence for Reducing COVID-19 Deaths Using Ivermectin
Doctors that will prescribe Ivermectin in CA:
https://covid19criticalcare.com/guide-for-this-website/how-to-get-ivermectin/

Tom Yarema, MD    Tuesdays, 5pm PST for Dr. Tom’s Zoom open clinic hours    Dr.Tom/com/Zoom
https://drtomyarema.com/    California only – some TELEMED within CA

My Free Doctor        (850) 750-1321 (text only)    myfreedoctor.com    All over US

Margaret Aranda, MD    ed@ArandaMDenterprises.com    (818) 584-9331 (text or call)    www.ArandaMDenterprises.com/blog    CA =================================================
American Journal of Therapeutics:
Efficacy of Ivermectin in the Prophylaxis and Treatment of COVID-19

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8088823/

History of ivermectin

In 1975, Professor Satoshi Omura at the Kitsato institute in Japan isolated an unusual Streptomyces bacterium from the soil near a golf course along the southeast coast of Honshu, Japan. Omura, along with William Campbell, found that the bacterial culture could cure mice infected with the roundworm Heligmosomoides polygyrus. Campbell isolated the active compounds from the bacterial culture, naming them “avermectins” and the bacterium S. avermitilis for the compounds’ ability to clear mice of worms.7 Despite decades of searching around the world, the Japanese microorganism remains the only source of avermectin ever found. Ivermectin, a derivative of avermectin, then proved revolutionary. Originally introduced as a veterinary drug, it soon made historic impacts in human health, improving the nutrition, general health, and well-being of billions of people worldwide ever since it was first used to treat onchocerciasis (river blindness) in humans in 1988. It proved ideal in many ways, given that it was highly effective, broad-spectrum, safe, well tolerated, and could be easily administered.7 Although it was used to treat a variety of internal nematode infections, it was most known as the essential mainstay of 2 global disease elimination campaigns that has nearly eliminated the world of two of its most disfiguring and devastating diseases. The unprecedented partnership between Merck & Co. Inc, and the Kitasato Institute combined with the aid of international health care organizations has been recognized by many experts as one of the greatest medical accomplishments of the 20th century. One example was the decision by Merck & Co to donate ivermectin doses to support the Mectizan Donation Program that then provided more than 570 million treatments in its first 20 years alone.8 Ivermectin’s impacts in controlling onchocerciasis and lymphatic filariasis, diseases which blighted the lives of billions of the poor and disadvantaged throughout the tropics, is why its discoverers were awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2015 and the reason for its inclusion on the World Health Organization’s (WHO) “List of Essential Medicines.” Furthermore, it has also been used to successfully overcome several other human diseases and new uses for it are continually being found.7

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Hydroxychloroquine and Quercetin  are zinc ionophores.  Meaning they transport zinc into the cells.

https://www.aestheticsadvisor.com/2021/03/quercetin-work-like-hydroxychloroquine.html Quercetin acts as a zinc ionophore (PubMed 2014), the same mechanism of action that
hydroxychloroquine has via helping zinc pass the cell wall where it might halt viral replication.
This zinc ionophore activity of quercetin facilitates the transport of zinc across the cell membrane.
It is known that zinc will slow down the replication of coronavirus through inhibition of enzyme RNA polymerase (PubMed 2010).
The COVID-19 is an RNA (RiboNucleicAcid) virus and requires the RNA polymerase to replicate.

https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/whatischemistry/landmarks/szentgyorgyi.html ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and the bioflavonoid quercetin (originally labeled vitamin P) were both discovered by the same scientist
— Nobel prize winner Albert Szent-Györgyi. Quercetin and vitamin C also act as an antiviral drug, effectively inactivating viruses.
For prevention, the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Working Group (FLCCC) recommends (updated April 26, 2021):
Vitamin D3: 1000–3000 IU/day. Note RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) is 800– 1000 IU/day. The safe upper-dose daily limit is likely < 4000 IU/day. Vitamin D
deficiency has been associated with an increased risk of acquiring COVID-19 and from dying from the disease. Vitamin D supplementation may therefore prove to be an
effective and cheap intervention to lessen the impact of this disease, particularly in vulnerable populations, i.e. the elderly and obese. (Amazon)
Vitamin C: 500 – 1,000 mg BID (twice daily)
Quercetin: 250 mg daily. It is likely that vitamin C and quercetin have synergistic prophylactic benefit. Quercetin should be used with caution in patients with
hypothyroidism and TSH levels should be monitored. (Amazon)
Melatonin: 6 mg before bedtime (causes drowsiness). (Amazon)
Zinc: 30 – 40 mg/day (elemental zinc). Zinc lozenges are preferred. (Amazon)
Ivermectin for prevention in high-risk individuals (> 60 years with co-morbidities, morbid
obesity, long term care facilities, etc): 0.2 mg/kg per dose (take with or after
meals) — one dose today, repeat after 48 hours, then one dose weekly. (also see ClinTrials.gov NCT04425850).
Post COVID-19 exposure prevention: 0.2 mg/kg per dose (take with or after meals) — one dose today, repeat after 48 hours.

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