Early Coof (symptoms onset):
ASAP take Ivermectin 0.6 mg/kg whether it’s pill form, 1% injectable or the dreaded horse paste (sorry Mark), but it MUST be the full dose, all at once and daily for a minimum of 5 days OR UNTIL SYMPTOMS DISAPPEAR. And that means all symptoms, even if it turns into long COVID. Do not take at the same time as quercetin, and do take on a full stomach for maximum absorption.
If one is in possession of nigella sativa (AKA black cumin seed oil), one should add this to help enhance the Ivermectin. Think of it as a booster effect. The dose is 80 mg/kg of body weight. It can be purchased in capsule form of varying concentrations, or in the oil form. One teaspoon of the oil has about 3000 milligrams, so a person who weighed 75 kilos would take 2 teaspoons (75 kilos x 80 mg per kilo = 6000mg) It is very spicy so it can be either mixed with something or taken like a liquor shot & immediately chased with a yum yum of your choice. It will burn on the way down like a fine Tennessee moonshine, so be prepared. ***Nigella sativa does have some negative drug interactions, specifically beta-blockers, and can generate allergic reactions in some people. If you feel anything weird, stop taking it.***
Hydroxychloroquine is next on the list: 200 mg twice daily for 5 to 7 days. If it has been 5 days or more since your symptoms have developed, then hydroxychloroquine will not be effective so skip this.
Zinc 50 mg – 100 mg daily. This can cause stomach upset if you are not accustomed to taking it, so I would suggest no more than 25 mg at a time several times per day to achieve the daily dose requirement.
Pair with quercetin, 500 mg. DO NOT TAKE QUERCETIN AT THE SAME MOMENT AS IVERMECTIN. Quercetin is a key ally in your fight, so don’t abandon it, but it can inhibit the effectiveness of ivermectin so be sure to take them several hours apart.
Azithromycin (also known as a ZPak), 500 mg once, then 250 mg the next day & continue for four days. If you cannot get azithromycin, you can use doxycycline 100 mg twice daily for 7 days.
Be sure to start an aspirin regimen to aid with possible blood clots: 325 mg daily.
There are many opinions on the use of vitamin D3. Dr. Zev Zelenko offers this suggestion: 50,000 IU for two days or 10,000 IU for seven days. The Front Line COVID Critical Care doctors only list 1,000-3,000 IUs per day as part of their protocol. Everyone should be taking at least 5,000 IUs daily at baseline. Don’t forget that vitamin K2 is necessary for D3 to work in your body. Take 50-100 mcg daily.
Vitamin C is also paramount. Like D3, there are varying opinions on the amount. Dr. Zelenko says 1000 mg daily, while the FLCCC recommends 500-1000 mg twice daily. Still others suggest a much higher dose: 3000 milligrams initially followed by 1000-2000 milligrams hourly until diarrhea develops or symptoms subside. Then cut the dose in half.
There is very preliminary data to suggest famotidine (also known as Pepcid) may help reduce the inflammation associated with COVID. It’s a safe drug & easy to obtain over the counter so taking 20 mg twice daily is doable.
A prescription for steroids is also helpful: preferably a prednisone dose pack.
And lastly, melatonin, a known anti-inflammatory, 6-10 mg at bedtime.
Later Coof (after 5 days):
From day 6 & beyond, viral replication ceases and the legendary “cytokine storm” sets in. This is the later stage of the disease that is highly inflammatory. Continue with high-dose vitamin C, ivermectin, aspirin, zinc, pepcid, and melatonin. But if you haven’t added steroids now is the time to do so. If you are taking oral steroids, then getting a prescription for an inhaled steroid is a good idea. Budesonide, either in an inhaler (called Pulmicort) or by nebulizer 1 mg AT LEAST twice daily. Buy a fingertip pulse oximeter and make sure your pulse ox is above 88%. A pulse ox less than 88% should prompt a person to seek care in an ER, sadly. It’s terrible pointing people in that direction, but…. 😬
Sit upright, cough & deep breathe or use an incentive spirometer every hour to keep the lungs expanded. When you’re resting, lay in the prone (face down) position as often as you can.
One can source home oxygen and or a rental nebulizer with a budesonide prescription at www.synergyhealthdpc.com
NAC, an over the counter supplement that is a precursor to glutathione, is very helpful in this phase. Glutathione is a naturally occurring anti-inflammatory and NAC helps your body make more. Get NAC and take 1800 mg per day. (Tylenol and paracetamol can inhibit glutathione, so avoid! Tylenol will do more harm than good, regardless of how it may make you feel in the short term).
It is important to note that ivermectin not only reduces viral replication in the early phase of COVID, but also acts as an anti inflammatory to help arrest the cytokine storm in the later stages. Therefore, it is never too late to start taking ivermectin, and you should continue to take it until all symptoms are resolved.
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