I’ve had a couple of suspiciously severe “bites” which I assume are mosquito, but… I can’t be sure.
Anyway, I got a golf ball sized inflammation on a bite in my calf. I started massaging Ivermectin injectable solution into it, and simultaneously took a treatment level oral dose, so I would be attacking from both the exterior and interior surfaces.
Within THREE HOURS a 3″ diameter swollen hotspot bite now is… hold on, let me measure… gone. All that’s left is the bite itself, which I will continue to treat both externally and internally.
So, here’s my question: does Ivermectin work on Poison Ivy? Because the anti-inflammatory properties are clearly HUGE. If anyone out there amongst the hundreds of thousands of you gets Poison Ivy this summer, which someone will, can you please, literally for science, treat it with Ivermectin, both topically and internally, and let me know? I grew up in sultry Eastern Kansas and remember well the absolute scourge of Poison Ivy, Oak and Sumac. It doesn’t exist where I am now, and I’m not wading in brush or undergrowth much these days, but the question looms: does Ivermectin help Poison Ivy, Oak, Sumac??
Because I can tell you straight-up right now that it is borderline magic on insect bites.
This could help a LOT of people.
Thank you, as always, for your support.