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One of the main problems with Ivermectin is that the Bidens don't make any money on it.
Plus with a simple, cheap, safe, already on the shelves cure, umm what pandemic? This entire thing from day one was about making sure as many people died as possible. See also advice, "don't seek early treatment" against one of our very basic medical principals. Early treatment is better. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of the cure.
 

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The latest studies say Ivermectin is ineffective against COVID and doesn’t speed up recovery. Honestly, I don’t know whom to believe – the conservatives who tout it as an ultimate treatment or the scientists who demonstrate it doesn’t work that way.
I’ve already had COVID two times, and I think this immunity should last for at least several years. This Chinese virus was tough for me even though I was young. Now I feel that my memory is much worse than it used to be, and my cognitive abilities are not that good either. I take some vitamins from https://www.pillpal.to/anticonvulsants-1842, which help, but there is still a long way to recovery.
 
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    The latest studies say Ivermectin is ineffective against COVID and doesn’t speed up recovery. Honestly, I don’t know whom to believe – the conservatives who tout it as an ultimate treatment or the scientists who demonstrate it doesn’t work that way.
    You sound vaxxed and boosted. How many times did you get the Wuhan Flu? The Chynna Crud?
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    The latest studies say Ivermectin is ineffective against COVID and doesn’t speed up recovery. Honestly, I don’t know whom to believe – the conservatives who tout it as an ultimate treatment or the scientists who demonstrate it doesn’t work that way.
    I am hesitant to believe anybody, especially random newbies on the Hide with 1 post who cuts society into "conservatives" and "scientists"
     

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    The latest studies say Ivermectin is ineffective against COVID and doesn’t speed up recovery. Honestly, I don’t know whom to believe – the conservatives who tout it as an ultimate treatment or the scientists who demonstrate it doesn’t work that way.
    Oh, FFS…… :rolleyes:

    Do a little research on Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine.

    Go troll somewhere else. Loser.
     

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    the scientists who demonstrate it doesn’t work that way.
    About that science...
    Were ALL of your scientists POLITICAL scientists?
    Regardless...you were lied to and it's a good thing Jim Jones wasn't telling you to drink some Kool-Aid.
     

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    @annacarvalho go troll somewhere else.

    CDC, WHO, Big Pharma?

    Maybe you need another clot shot. Thanks for the PSA... NOT!

    What's the SOURCE of these latest studies. Asking for a friend because personally I don't give a shit about the Chyna virus.... already had it.... ONCE> ;)
     
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    The latest studies say Ivermectin is ineffective against COVID and doesn’t speed up recovery. Honestly, I don’t know whom to believe – the conservatives who tout it as an ultimate treatment or the scientists who demonstrate it doesn’t work that way.

    Hi Anna welcome to the Hide! Please tell us a little about yourself and your interest in long range shooting in the New Member Introduction. The 'Hide welcome all walks of life and all genders with this shared hobby or profession! Please understand people that only make political comments, especially those with obvious leftist indoctrination and inability to view all information objectively, are often viewed as trolls without such introduction. (PS There are a lot of smart people here including doctors, researchers, R&D specialist that provide educated comment on the situation for the rest here, and you are about two years too late on the IVM discussion.)
     

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    The latest studies say Ivermectin is ineffective against COVID and doesn’t speed up recovery. Honestly, I don’t know whom to believe – the conservatives who tout it as an ultimate treatment or the scientists who demonstrate it doesn’t work that way.

    If you are not a conservative that "touts" the benefits of Ivermectin, nor scientist that "demonstrates" it doesn't work that way.......than which camp are you in?

    Language matters!
     

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    Too late Anna.
    I've been taking Ivermectin every time I got a sniffle for two years now. I use it like Frank's hot sauce, I put that shit on everything. I'm still here despite having comorbidities and have taken BP meds since I was 14. If it was dangerous, or interacted with other meds, I would be dead.
    I'm still here, worm free, and sporting an enormous horse cock, all thanks to Iveemectin!
     

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    Too late Anna.
    I've been taking Ivermectin every time I got a sniffle for two years now. I use it like Frank's hot sauce, I put that shit on everything. I'm still here despite having comorbidities and have taken BP meds since I was 14. If it was dangerous, or interacted with other meds, I would be dead.
    I'm still here, worm free, and sporting an enormous horse cock, all thanks to Iveemectin!
    I used the bottle with a picture of a goat on it. My nuts got big as hubcaps, but I ended up with a strawdick :-(
     

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    Too late Anna.
    I've been taking Ivermectin every time I got a sniffle for two years now. I use it like Frank's hot sauce, I put that shit on everything. I'm still here despite having comorbidities and have taken BP meds since I was 14. If it was dangerous, or interacted with other meds, I would be dead.
    I'm still here, worm free, and sporting an enormous horse cock, all thanks to Iveemectin!

    Just to add to that, Ivermectin is one of the most widely used drugs for humans in the world, along with that other horror that big pharma says would kill you... Hydroxychloroquine Those two drugs are pretty much required to stay healthy in Africa.

    Ivermectin is safer statistically than aspirin for all intents.

    Nobody seems to ask what happened when supposedly everybody in India was dropping like flies from Covid and then suddenly no more news?
    Or the outbreak in Mexico and then suddenly nothing?
    Or how come all of Africa wasn't keeling over dead from Covid?

    Unlike other types of drugs, nobody has yet found a way that parasite type stuff can develop any immunity to Ivermectin as it's simply too toxic for non-complex organisms, while being essentially harmless to most complex mammals. (Some dog breeds can have a problem due to their breeding).
     

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    Too late Anna.
    I've been taking Ivermectin every time I got a sniffle for two years now. I use it like Frank's hot sauce, I put that shit on everything. I'm still here despite having comorbidities and have taken BP meds since I was 14. If it was dangerous, or interacted with other meds, I would be dead.
    I'm still here, worm free, and sporting an enormous horse cock, all thanks to Iveemectin!
    Ha, J has an enormous horse cock.
    That's awesome.

    Did you hear about the guy who had an baby elephant trunk transplanted for a Weiner???

    He said it was great except he didn't like it when it crammed apples up his ass...

    Sorry, sorry...
     

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    Psssstttt....


    It is an incredibly powerful anti inflammatory.
    I have bone on bone in my knees. Nothing loosens them past about 60 degrees bend.....
    After 3 full doses of IVM for 3 days, I can hunker into a full squat and stand back up.

    I wouldn't be surprised if the stuff wasn't an effective cancer treatment.......


    And of course the whole penis enhancement thing is a plus as well.
     

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    I wouldn't be surprised if the stuff wasn't an effective cancer treatment.......

    And guess what studies were suppressed...

    One has to ask, with all your farm animals and your pets and such, a huge amount of attention is paid to making sure they are parasite free, including plenty of Ivermectin use.

    But on humans in the west, apparently making sure you don't have any parasites is some kind of forbidden witch doctor voodoo stuff.

    So why wouldn't Big Med and Big Pharma want people in the west to be parasite free?
     

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    And guess what studies were suppressed...

    One has to ask, with all your farm animals and your pets and such, a huge amount of attention is paid to making sure they are parasite free, including plenty of Ivermectin use.

    But on humans in the west, apparently making sure you don't have any parasites is some kind of forbidden witch doctor voodoo stuff.

    So why wouldn't Big Med and Big Pharma want people in the west to be parasite free?

    I was actually proposed by Doctor Hulda Clark, that as many as 30million people in the US have some kind of parasite.
    I dont doubt her assertions on the parasites, especially some people who own pets and keep them in the house.
    I knew a whole family who had a nasty case of worms, the kind that crawl out of your skin....yeesh, that shit was creepy. Nasty asked cats in the house...lots of cats, and going barefoot.
    I think Dr Clark was mostly in the book selling business, although, she was free with most of her info.
    I made my own black walnut hull tincture and grew my own wormwood....nasty stuff. It did work on the dogs, so I reckon it worked on me if I had parasites.
     

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    I was actually proposed by Doctor Hulda Clark, that as many as 30million people in the US have some kind of parasite.
    I dont doubt her assertions on the parasites, especially some people who own pets and keep them in the house.
    I knew a whole family who had a nasty case of worms, the kind that crawl out of your skin....yeesh, that shit was creepy. Nasty asked cats in the house...lots of cats, and going barefoot.
    I think Dr Clark was mostly in the book selling business, although, she was free with most of her info.
    I made my own black walnut hull tincture and grew my own wormwood....nasty stuff. It did work on the dogs, so I reckon it worked on me if I had parasites.

    One has to wonder if everybody started taking Ivermectin to clear out parasites, if we'd suddenly see a sudden drop in mental illness, specifically from the fairly well documented link between Toxoplasma gondii and adverse mental issues.
     

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    One has to wonder if everybody started taking Ivermectin to clear out parasites, if we'd suddenly see a sudden drop in mental illness, specifically from the fairly well documented link between Toxoplasma gondii and adverse mental issues.
    too late, with 1:5 americans on some kind of drug(s).
     
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    "They" never told you not to take it... But you can't get it most pharmacies in TX.

     
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    I was actually proposed by Doctor Hulda Clark, that as many as 30million people in the US have some kind of parasite.
    I dont doubt her assertions on the parasites, especially some people who own pets and keep them in the house.
    I knew a whole family who had a nasty case of worms, the kind that crawl out of your skin....yeesh, that shit was creepy. Nasty asked cats in the house...lots of cats, and going barefoot.
    I think Dr Clark was mostly in the book selling business, although, she was free with most of her info.
    I made my own black walnut hull tincture and grew my own wormwood....nasty stuff. It did work on the dogs, so I reckon it worked on me if I had parasites.
    I had 2 dogs that had heart worm bad, coughing and a week from dead, doc said 1800 a piece.
    Years ago, when internet wasn't super big, but...
    Told me wormwood and black walnut extract from a health food store would do it...
    We put drops in their water for a week, within 2 days the cough stopped and the dogs, hazel and Lexy lived at least another 7 healthy years.
    They wanted to poison the dogs almost to death... Bullshit.

    It cost us under 30 bucks and the dogs were brand new in a week.

    Everybody remember what I typed, it worked like a magnet to steel.

    Thanks for reminding me J
     

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    I was actually proposed by Doctor Hulda Clark, that as many as 30million people in the US have some kind of parasite.
    I dont doubt her assertions on the parasites, especially some people who own pets and keep them in the house.
    I knew a whole family who had a nasty case of worms, the kind that crawl out of your skin....yeesh, that shit was creepy. Nasty asked cats in the house...lots of cats, and going barefoot.
    I think Dr Clark was mostly in the book selling business, although, she was free with most of her info.
    I made my own black walnut hull tincture and grew my own wormwood....nasty stuff. It did work on the dogs, so I reckon it worked on me if I had parasites.

    I am familiar with Dr. Hulda Clark's work; where she went crazy and lost credibility is not in her estimates of how many in the US have parasites, but when she went about saying she could predict who had parasites and what type by an EMF device. Pinworms for example, can be contracted very easily. I think its virtually impossible, even with the strictest cleanliness and following current domestic animal treatment protocols, for fleas not to be present in ones home environment at least temporarily; and you only have to accidentally ingest one flea egg to get tapeworms (not the pork type). Over 90% of the scientific knowledge of fleas, life cycle, how they were vectors in major plagues, was "discovered " by a Rothschild; and no one has ever questioned any of that dogma. Strongyloides is common in much European livestock and highly prevalent in domesticated animals as well. (I'm lucky my dog is too large to "clean" herself, but how many people have animals that do, and then lick them on the face?). Strongyloides is one of the biggest reasons for prescribing ivermectin in Africa, so we certainly can't have that here!
    I fear that after seeing the obedience to participate in recommendations/mass psychosis with that virus from China; that the mere suggestion that something similar could be transmitted by fleas would have people engaging in extermination of their pets. That would be such a tragedy. In Brazil, or when people come here from pretty much any "not fully developed country" i.e. India, Africa & S. American countries, the possiblity of parasites is common, accepted, and often empirically treated based on suggestion of symptoms, but if you try to discuss it with an allopathic trained doctor in the US you will be labeled as having "delusions of parasitosis". Interesting now since for example beef coming to the US from Brazil is often repackaged as "product of America". I'm curious to see what parasites become common here after the widespread immune failure from a recent "prophylactic injection" - the way PCP and Giardia popped up after AIDS appeared.
     

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    One has to wonder if everybody started taking Ivermectin to clear out parasites, if we'd suddenly see a sudden drop in mental illness, specifically from the fairly well documented link between Toxoplasma gondii and adverse mental issues.

    And autoimmune diseases!
     
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    Wouldn't evil big pharma take the same shit they put in the vaccine to control the population and put it in the ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine? Then create opposing media influence campaigns. It becomes a contest to determine the most obedient.
     

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    Too late Anna.
    I've been taking Ivermectin every time I got a sniffle for two years now. I use it like Frank's hot sauce, I put that shit on everything. I'm still here despite having comorbidities and have taken BP meds since I was 14. If it was dangerous, or interacted with other meds, I would be dead.
    I'm still here, worm free, and sporting an enormous horse cock, all thanks to Iveemectin!
    This is the scariest part of it to big pharma. It works on colds, flus, and the kung pao sicken. I heard some women talking about curing the cold with essential oils the other day. I laughed and thought about my vitamins and tube of pony paste at home. I have used it twice now on things that fit all symptoms I have heard for the dreaded Rona. It broke the bad part of the symptoms in 4 hours. Basically I was sick as shit that morning and just feeling a little cruddy by bed time, and for the next week.

    They must be giving out some major incentives for giving flu shots this year or its actually the COVID shots in disguise. What better way to dispose of the unwanted shots than how they dispose of fluoride...
     
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    I had 2 dogs that had heart worm bad, coughing and a week from dead, doc said 1800 a piece.
    Years ago, when internet wasn't super big, but...
    Told me wormwood and black walnut extract from a health food store would do it...
    We put drops in their water for a week, within 2 days the cough stopped and the dogs, hazel and Lexy lived at least another 7 healthy years.
    They wanted to poison the dogs almost to death... Bullshit.

    It cost us under 30 bucks and the dogs were brand new in a week.

    Everybody remember what I typed, it worked like a magnet to steel.

    Thanks for reminding me J
    What was the dosage? I have a dog I am pretty sure has heart worm, I was going to call the vet this morning.
     

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    Source for your herbs and spices.

    I personally have been a customer for many years. Their products are good.
     

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    Been going through several sights and looking at options. It looks like I should have put him on a preventative already. I had a vet tell me it would kill them if they had heart worms and you give them the preventive treatment {Ivermectin}. The problem with this dog, is even at 12, he is super excitable. It might be smart to go with the short method to decrease the amount of time that might cause him harm. I think i have everything for any of the treatments except the wormwood black walnut extract. I even have the ivermectin and antibiotics they use before the injections.
     
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    The latest studies say Ivermectin is ineffective against COVID and doesn’t speed up recovery. Honestly, I don’t know whom to believe – the conservatives who tout it as an ultimate treatment or the scientists who demonstrate it doesn’t work that way.
    Did you just loose your fact checker I mean disinformation position at Twitter.
     

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    The latest studies say Ivermectin is ineffective against COVID and doesn’t speed up recovery. Honestly, I don’t know whom to believe – the conservatives who tout it as an ultimate treatment or the scientists who demonstrate it doesn’t work that way.
    The "scientists" know fuck all. They are as compromised as the MD's who do what they are told or they get fired. Who do you think funds the studies the "scientists" perform? You cant even get accurate news reporting on this because every single major network news is sponsored by big pharma.

    Anecdotally, almost every person I know who got Covid AND was hospitalized, died. They pump you full of drugs that cook your organs and as soon as they get you on the ventilator, you are as good as dead. I know 5 people this happened to and every single one died.

    On the flip side, I know about half a dozen who when they got the vid, took ivermectin, Vit D and a few other drugs and within a week it was gone with mild symptoms. Before Covid, Ivermectin was one of the most widely distributed drugs on the planet, with very little known side effects; and there were alot of studies that shows it treated certain viral infections more effective than known anti-virals at the time. All 6 of them owe their lives to someone who had the foresight to not only stock up on certain things at begining of plandemic, but buy enough to treat dozens of people. lets just say certain people wont have to buy a beer for the rest of their lives. The cocksucking doctors and medical system would not have given them the drugs they needed to combat this strain of the flu and they would have died.

    Now I know you are just a shareblue/troll/glowie fag, and you can tell your tranny ass gaping bosses who manage the contract to suck start a shotgun; but this needs to be said.
     

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    What was the dosage? I have a dog I am pretty sure has heart worm, I was going to call the vet this morning.

    Been going through several sights and looking at options. It looks like I should have put him on a preventative already. I had a vet tell me it would kill them if they had heart worms and you give them the preventive treatment {Ivermectin}. The problem with this dog, is even at 12, he is super excitable. It might be smart to go with the short method to decrease the amount of time that might cause him harm. I think i have everything for any of the treatments except the wormwood black walnut extract. I even have the ivermectin and antibiotics they use before the injections.

    If your dog is showing symptoms of heartworms, DO NOT give them a dose of the preventative medicine without first checking to see if they are full of actual adults (blood test and quick check under a microscope).

    If your dog has a full on heartworm infestation and you give them the preventative medicine, most likely they WILL die of heart failure.
    Essentially all the adult worms do a sudden die off and clog the heart and that's done and pretty much the end & not a pretty way for your dog to go out.

    Instead, you need to do the treatment where they put them on a different meds that specifically targets only the eggs and early larvae, that then kills off the future generations slowly and as the adults age out and die in a slower manner, the dog's body can flush the carcasses out.

    You should always have your dogs on heartworm prevention medicine, it's too risky not to have them on it, compared to the cost of the meds.

    I learned the above the hard way because the local vet was a total lazy idiot.
     

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    If your dog is showing symptoms of heartworms, DO NOT give them a dose of the preventative medicine without first checking to see if they are full of actual adults (blood test and quick check under a microscope).

    If your dog has a full on heartworm infestation and you give them the preventative medicine, most likely they WILL die of heart failure.
    Essentially all the adult worms do a sudden die off and clog the heart and that's done and pretty much the end & not a pretty way for your dog to go out.

    Instead, you need to do the treatment where they put them on a different meds that specifically targets only the eggs and early larvae, that then kills off the future generations slowly and as the adults age out and die in a slower manner, the dog's body can flush the carcasses out.

    You should always have your dogs on heartworm prevention medicine, it's too risky not to have them on it, compared to the cost of the meds.

    I learned the above the hard way because the local vet was a total lazy idiot.
    Some preventives do not kill adult heart worms. It only kills juveniles, that is why they say you should take the shots instead of using the slow kill method.


    What is the slow kill method? For a few decades now, the slow kill method has been used as an alternative option for treating heartworms. It involves long-term use of only a monthly heartworm prevention plus an antibiotic called Doxycycline. However the AHS states that this “treatment plan” can actually cause more harm than good for the following reasons:

    • The slow kill method attempts to prevent new heartworms from maturing, but it does nothing to systematically kill the adult heartworms, which can live in their host for years.
    • As the name suggests, this treatment can take a very long time. During this time, the adult worms will continue to cause severe damage to the pets heart, lungs and other organs.
    • Since the timing of worm death is unpredictable, pets should be kept calm with strict exercise limitations during the entire time of treatment–which can take months or even years.
    • Often times when pets test negative for heartworms after being on the slow kill treatment, it is actually a false reading because the treatment did not eliminate all life stages that are still developing.
    From what i have read, they basically start the injections after doing Doxycycline and Ivermectin for 30 days to eliminate the first stages.

    The worry is a large die off of larvae can cause anaphylactic shock. So they keep them for observation when they start so anaphylaxis can be treated immediately if it occurs. I will see what my vet says in couple hours. He is far from lazy, but he is old and old school.

    I couldn't find the black walnut and worm wood extract this morning at walmart on my way home from glassing.
     

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    The latest studies say Ivermectin is ineffective against COVID and doesn’t speed up recovery. Honestly, I don’t know whom to believe – the conservatives who tout it as an ultimate treatment or the scientists who demonstrate it doesn’t work that way.
    You glowies are working hard these days.......


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    We are literally the only country in the world that isn't using Hydroxy or Iver. Go anywhere else and they proscribe it immediately to treat early covid. It's only here that fucking retards reject this, and the only reason at all is that Trump was the first one to say the name.

    That is the full extent of their "science". Trump talked about it very early on, so it must be wrong. Alpha and Omega of their "science".