While you likely expected this news from your longtime awareness of ivermectin, I am pleased to report success, and then in a way I did not expect.
I took a 1.75ml dose two Sundays ago. More prophalctyc than anything else – and not that I’m otherwise concerned about this flu.
Something interesting happened – I have been suffering what I can best describe as “brain fog” for all of 2020. I traveled heavily end of 2019/ Q1 2020 and it took until April for me to realize it was not jet-lag, having been home by then for a month or so.
I had blood work in August – perfectly healthy. Was contemplating an imaging scan, even talking to a psychiatrist wondering if I was subconsciously internalizing the crazy of the year.
You probably are seeing where this is going. The next day and through the week after dosing, and then a knockout second dose this past Sunday and the fog was gone.
One cause that came up last year as I discussed with doctor friends of mine was a parasite – perhaps I had picked one up in Asia at the end of 2019.
We will never know. But – it’s gone and because of ivermectin for other reasons suggested by Karl Denninger and further expounded on by you I have a clear head again.
God works in mysterious ways.
Please spread this ivermectin dosing info:
Prophylactic: 1.25 ccs of the 1% livestock injectable form taken ORALLY (put it in some juice and wolf it – it’s very bitter) every 3 months for prophylaxis. 1.25 cc is for an average sized male (180 pounds +/-).
If a person is feeling sick, take the dose outlined above and then repeat 72 hours later. That’s it.
The paste form for horses can also be used. One tube of horse paste is one dose for a 1250 pound horse, so one dose for an average man is 1/6 of a tube.
Ivermectin is one of the safest and most frequently dosed drugs in the world. Don’t agonise over the dose. Just get close. Horseshoes and hand grenades. The only counter-indication I’ve seen for it is anyone who has had an organ transplant and is on anti-rejection meds. Otherwise, ivermectin is as safe or safer than aspirin.
Ivermectin is off-patent and therefore comes under many brands. It’s all the same. It is available at any farm supply store, and no, you don’t need a prescription. You just buy it. If you buy the injectable form, you will also need a syringe and needle to draw it out of the bottle and then squirt into your glass of fruit juice. You can buy those at the farm supply store too.
1 cubic centimeter (cc) = 1 milliliter (mL)