The following assumes the freedom to bring food to a loved one in a hospital or other similar facility, which is not uncommon.
Prepare Jell-O according to package instructions.
Pour tepid liquid Jell-O into desired number of cubes in a silicone ice cube tray or candy mold, leaving room for added liquid in each cube.
Add 1% injectable livestock solution to each cube.
Handy tip: 5mL equals one measuring teaspoon. Therefore adding 5mL/1teaspoon to a silicone ice cube slot would be 50 milligrams of Ivermectin in the one Jell-O cube. 50 milligrams (5mL of the 1% injectable solution) is the treatment dose for a 180 pound person.
Put Jell-O filled and Ivermectin fortified silicone tray in the refrigerator to set up.
I always liked my Jell-O served with Cool-Whip. 🙂
You now have essentially Jell-O Ivermectin pills, with each containing a precise number of milligrams of Ivermectin that can be easily brought to and fed to a loved one being denied treatment.
As always, I hope this helps.