For over a year now, we have all heard about how deadly COVID-19 is and that vaccines are the solution to ending the pandemic. But what happens if you get the virus?
Public health has been very quiet about treatment, but we’ve got you covered. Here are two doctors talking about the prevention and treatment of SARS-CoV-2.
Although that information is out there, the media doesn’t seem to want to amplify it very much and instead focuses on the need for new vaccinations using new technology. And the Powers That Be™ aren’t very keen on you asking questions about things like treatment or prevention of the virus that originated in Wuhan, China.
As Joe Rogan mentioned recently, he was blocked from sending a video about Ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19 to his friend in a private message on Twitter.
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— Melissa Tate (@TheRightMelissa) May 5, 2021
As we reported yesterday, there are scientists out there asking a lot of questions about medications that are currently in use for the treatment of other illnesses and considered “safe” enough to be listed on the World Health Organization’s “essential medications” list for children. One of those is Ivermectin which has surprisingly shown promise in both the prevention and treatment of the coronavirus.
This article is about therapeutics — treatment recommendations by qualified medical experts. They have learned quite a bit over the last year, and they have found that the virus that originated in Wuhan isn’t the death sentence that has been touted in the media.
Because our world is very, very stupid, we have to issue this disclaimer:
DISCLAIMER: This article is not about vaccines, but to inform about treatment. It’s important to note that ClashDaily is not providing medical advice, but informing the public that there are doctors who have successfully used outpatient treatment regimens for their patients. Any medical decision should be made in consultation with a medical professional that you trust.
First up, Dr. Peter McCullough, M.D., M.P.H., Vice Chief of Internal Medicine, Baylor University Medical Center. Dr. McCullough said that it’s unbelievable that people are sent home with no treatment once they have a positive COVID test. He says that outpatient treatment is the only hope of reducing the number of deaths related to the coronavirus.
Dr. McCullough is one of the authors of one of the first published peer-reviewed guidance for the treatment of SARS-CoV-2.
He goes through a possible treatment regimen in an October 2020 YouTube video.
Please note, that his opinions are his own.
Here’s a quick rundown of what’s in there…
People with low vitamin D are at higher risk of contracting COVID-19, hospitalization, and negative outcomes. Direct sunlight for 10-20 minutes twice a day in the summer is a good source of vitamin D. For those with low vitamin D, and during the winter, supplementing with vitamin D3 in oil capsules is recommended. How much vitamin D? Dr. Fauci says that he supplements between 8,000 – 9,000mg of vitamin D in the winter.
If you start to exhibit flu-like symptoms such as runny nose, sneezing, cough, fever, achiness, tiredness, body aches, and especially if you’ve lost taste or smell, immediately attempt to reduce the spread of the illness to others in your household.
Here is a quick’n’dirty rundown of the treatment:
- Fresh air and 220mg of zinc 4x/day for 5-30 days.
- 200mg hydroxychloroquine 2x/day and 250mg azithromycin 2x/day or 6-12mg of ivermectin 4x/day for 1-3 days and 250mg azithromycin 2x/day.
- 1mg/kg presnidone 4x/day for 5 days.
- 325mg aspirin 4x/day for 5-10 days.
Here is Dr. McCullough’s slide:
Dr. McCullough’s paper on COVID treatment at the American Journal of Medicine can be found here.
Here is the COVID Home Treatment Guide from the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.
DISCLAIMER: This booklet does not provide individual medical advice or prescribe treatment but is provided as an educational service for patients and their families to know what options are available and widely used for many conditions. Patients should consult the physicians of their choice for individual medical evaluation and recommendations for treatment tailored to individual needs.
Here is Dr. McCullough when he testified before the Texas Senate back in March.
Here is Dr. Ryan Cole, CEO and Medical Director of Cole Diagnostics, one of the largest independent labs in the State of Idaho, talking about treatment and vaccines:
Dr. Cole also emphasizes the need for vitamin D which hasn’t been covered enough over the past year. He adds that most people are magnesium and zinc deficient, so we need to get that from our diet and through supplements. He says that the darker your skin, the farther north you live, the less vitamin D you synthesize.
He talks about Remdesivir, convalescent plasma, monoclonal antibodies, steroids, and finally…ivermectin.
He also talks about the long-term safety data on mRNA vaccines, and it’s rather controversial!
The original video has been pulled down by YouTube for violating the Community Guidelines regarding “medical misinformation” about COVID-19.
Dr. Cole has been lambasted by the Corporate Media for this presentation because he says things that cannot be said like Big Pharma is financially motivated to not have ivermectin be approved as an effective therapeutic for the coronavirus.
It’s good to remember that there are treatments out there and not every doctor agrees with Saint Fauci.