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There’s been an absolutely brutal campaign against Ivermectin in the public press.  I thought it was time to deploy my background as a Toxicologist to review the known toxicity of Ivermectin.  Fortunately, a world-class review paper on Ivermectin came out in 2021 by Jacques Descotes, a prominent toxicologist working at the behest of Medincell.  

That comprehensive review of Ivermectin reveals that it is among the safest and most well-tolerated drugs ever introduced to the market.

In this episode I walk through the expert review of Ivermectin by Jacques Descotes MD, PharmD, PhD  which was conducted in early 2021.  We discuss the safety, toxicity, and known side effects and drug interactions, few and mild as they are.  The conclusion is that Ivermectin human toxicity cannot be claimed to be a serious cause for concern.”

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  • Wed, Sep 08, 2021 - 6:54pm

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    brushhog

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    brushhog said:

    Link to Odysee/ Rumble? I wont support youtube by watching videos hosted by them.

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  • Wed, Sep 08, 2021 - 7:01pm

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    Whitney said:

    Totally understand! It'll be available shortly after the premier on Odysee - https://odysee.com/@Chris_Martenson:2

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  • Wed, Sep 08, 2021 - 10:45pm

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    markhynes said:

    When I look at the chart with NOAEL my first thought is that all the tests using the Dermal route have a max NOAEL.  I don't think comparing the mouse Dermal to Dog Oral is a fair comparison.

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 4:14am

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    IVM and Male fertility

    I'm sure you've seen it too but I keep saying chatter about IVM's impact on male fertility - sperm quality etc. Has anyone seen any data on this?

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 7:41am

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    Canuck21 said:

    Nope. Are you offering concrete data or just flying a trial balloon as high as you can launch it?

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 8:27am

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    IVM death at 440 times standard dose…..

    ***Ivermectin safety***. Ivermectin is well tolerated even at ten times the standard dose of 200 μg/kg,33,34 and at high doses, in particular, for COVID-19 treatment.35,36 Cancer patients who took ivermectin at five times that standard dose daily for up to 180 consecutive days had no serious adverse effects from it, in experimental protocols with harsh additional drugs.37 Of 19 patients who took extreme overdoses up to 1,000-fold that standard dose of either ivermectin or the closely related abamectin, all using veterinary forms, only one 72-year-old male who took 440 times the standard dose died.
    From The Interceptor
    I could not find the link to the original article……Can anyone help find “The Interceptor”

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 8:35am

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    nordicjack

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    Considerably less toxic than water and salt

    Both salt and water have greater toxicity relative to their daily requirement when compared to IVM

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 8:51am

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    Ridgeway said:

    Youtube is a bad habit I am learning to control

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 9:07am

    LBL

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    LBL said:

    >>>   chatter about IVM's impact on male fertility

    Would there be an impact that would show up in macro health data about citizens of the African nations that routinely take the "Sunday drug" ?

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 10:53am

    Disco Bear

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    Re: IVM death at 440 times standard dose…..

    Oliveoilguy (post 6),  https://trialsitenews.com/mercks-deadly-vioxx-playbook-redux-a-debunked-smear-campaign-against-its-competing-drug-the-fda-approved-nobel-prize-honored-ivermectin/ has the paragragh you cited.

    Footnote 38 (about the person who died) links to this webpage.  Here are the results from that study:

    Results: Eighteen patients with abamectin (Agri-Mek; 2% wt/wt abamectin) exposure and 1 with ivermectin (Ivomec; 1% wt/vol ivermectin) ingestion were identified. There were 14 male and 5 female patients, ranging in age from 15 to 83 years. Most patients were exposed as a result of attempted suicide (14). Oral ingestion (15) was the most common route of exposure. Four patients were asymptomatic, and 8 had minor symptoms after a mean ingestion of 23 mg/kg abamectin (4.2 to 67 mg/kg), or after dermal and inhalation contact. Seven patients manifested severe symptoms, such as coma (7), aspiration with respiratory failure (4), and hypotension (3), after a mean ingestion of 100.7 mg/kg avermectin (15.4 mg/kg for ivermectin and 114.9 mg/kg for abamectin). All 7 patients received intensive supportive care; 1 patient died 18 days later as a result of multiple organ failure.

     

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 1:27pm

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    The latest hit pieces

    https://futurism.com/neoscope/inmates-treated-ivermectin-knowledge

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/covid-19-ivermetin-arkansas-jail-inmates-vitamins/

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 1:32pm

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    SCIENTIST WARNS ABOUT ALIEN VIRUSES FROM OTHER PLANETS - THAT'S JUST WHAT WE NEED.

     

    They don't tell you it's nothing to worry about until the fourth paragraph.

    https://futurism.com/neoscope/scientist-warns-alien-viruses-planets

    Why'd they write it in the first place?

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 1:48pm

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    rookie said:

    I have Ivermectin prescription in place from doctor aligned with FLCCC.  Walmart and now CVS has called me to tell me that they will not fill prescription.  This issue began about 10 days ago.

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 1:58pm

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    Other treatments.

    Not badding IVM but there are hundreds of physicians around the world successfully treating C-19 without it. Dr Chetty has 6000 saves without it. I always tell people it isn't so much about IVM as it is about the fact that people are flat out NOT BEING TREATED!

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 2:58pm

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    hard

    I had a hard time finding your channel on bing did you upset them?

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 3:19pm

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    Mael Duin

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    The Ivermectin Horse Paste available on Amazon comes with a suspect excipient ingredient

    After six days of a chesty cough (which I have told myself couldn't be the covid, because it's a phlegmy one, not a dry one) without fever or loss of smell or any of the symptoms typically ascribed to the covid, I thought I'd try and call in the cavalry and get some Ivermectin into the mix. At least I would rid myself of the ringworm.

    Surprisingly, "Ivermectin UK" entered into my Google search box linked me to this horse paste product on Amazon. Me, looking for a quicker delivery time (and also being a tight arse looking to save some money), searched for that specific product and found it listed on another website. It was cheaper (you usually will find a better deal away from amazon and if not just a moral high in taking your custom elsewhere) but it also listed an excipient ingredient that made me think twice...

     

    I don't know about you but Titanium dioxide sounds like something my body doesn't really need. Maybe the unpainted body of a car does?

     

    Further to this, a little digging brings up a big red cross for this substance courtesy of the European Food Safety Authority (for whatever it's worth) in a post titled: Titanium dioxide: E171 no longer considered safe when used as a food additive

     

    Does this mean that using Ivermectin horse paste is not as safe as we would like to think? Are there brands that only contain Ivermectin? This has confused me and I can see how there could be an argument made based on people using Horse paste if some products contain things alongside it you would rather not consume.

    Anybody know what the best product is available in the UK? It would be much appreciated.

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 3:42pm

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    Bob Johnson said:

    Titanium dioxide is used as a whitener in innumerable products, it's about the brightest white cheap and readily available substance around.  While not beneficial, personally I wouldn't hesitate to take some of it along with a drug I needed.  It's probably less toxic than broccoli for example, which has tons of nasty chemicals in it (I'm an organic market gardener and eat plenty of broccoli, but you'd be amazed at what all is in it).

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 3:49pm

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    wotthecurtains said:

    "I have Ivermectin prescription in place from doctor aligned with FLCCC.  Walmart and now CVS has called me to tell me that they will not fill prescription.  This issue began about 10 days ago."

    I sometimes wonder if the "horse paste danger" story is a precursor to Ivermectin for Covid being outlawed at an FDA level.    The FLCCC docs think this would be hard to do legally, but I don't know and I grow suspicious of anyone who believes there are hard limits on what can happen next.

    But maybe they know prescriptions won't be allowed much longer and they want to put a good scare into people who might go the veterinary route in desparation.

    Getting the horses all rounded up so to speak.

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 3:52pm

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    Danger, Will Robinson! Danger!

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 4:13pm

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    Mael Duin said:

    Thanks Bob. I was conscious of the fact I could be way off the mark with it, the flag for me being because it has the name of a metal in it. But Zinc, magnesium and others we all ingest safely and beneficially in foods and supplements. So the concern is unwarranted?

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 4:47pm

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    Bob Johnson said:

    All I can say is I wouldn't have any concern, based on my personal experience and background as a biologist and years around medicine.  Frankly I don't pay any attention to the EU "risk" guidelines as for the most part they ignore doseage, and a sufficient quantity of anything is bad for you.  I wouldn't eat TiO2 for fun, but if it was in a medicine i needed I wouldn't hesitate.  The quantity you'd ingest has to be tiny.  It's pervasive in the environment, for example it's the basis for most all white paints, if it were toxic I think there would be plenty of evidence.

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 6:14pm

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    I saw it too

    I  don't have the link, but saw the  paper and yes it reduces  sperm count and sperm activity however, it was not by a lot.  Less than 50%, maybe less than 25-30% and did not read on to see how long it lasted or if it was permanent.  On the other hand, Ivermectin has been around a looong time, on the other hand, if it reduces fertility it could very well be in the WHO tool kit for population reduction.

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 6:31pm

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    New Whitehouse Executive Orders

    Oh Boy, here we go.  According to our prez, the new mandates will force 100 million Americans to get vaccinated or test every week.  He is mandating that all employers with 100 employees or more must put these policies in place and pay for time the employee goes to get vaccinated.  He claims that only 80 million Americans are holding out from getting vaccinated, but then claims the policy covers 100 million workers, or 2/3 of the  work force.  I'm not sure if these numbers pan out.

    In case you missed it, here's our prez this evening:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFxPz0QVgw4

    As usual, Chris does a great job.  A real cool head.

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 6:39pm

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    Titanium dioxide in foodstuffs.

    Are we now to be frightened of toothpaste?

    Really?

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 6:39pm

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    We are huge

    He said 80 million Americans have refused. That's a lot of people. We're not alone.

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 6:43pm

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    Aliens.

    We ae either the only living planet or they are endemic throughout Creation.

    Two sole living planets is not a possibility.

    Credit: Dr. David Jacobs.

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 9:07pm

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    Transient Tachycardia

    I have had 2 episodes since taking Ivermectin for prophylaxis. I started with a 12 mg tab then 48 hours later took another one.

    Then for the next three weeks I took one 12 mg a week. The FLCCC protocol was exactly that but then they changed it to 2x a week because of Delta.

    I was outside working in the garden and it was about 93 degrees and I started to get real sweaty and exhausted. Went inside and cooled down and heart rate stabilized.

    2 days later on my elliptical i started sweating and my heart rate went up to 162. It dropped down to 132 then bounced back up. I got off the bike and went and laid down. Did some breathing exercises and the rate stabilized. I thought it was my Afib returning. (hadn't had it in almost 3 years). Went and saw the cardiologist and the ekg was normal. Everything was fine but he said it might be tachycardia.

    No where in any of my research did i find a reference to tachycardia and Ivermectin. Then I saw this video and I did a deeper dive and sure enough there it was tachycardia.

    It apparently is transient since i have had no more issues. Of course I stopped taking it after my episodes, since it was the only thing that had changed in my life. I will be wearing an event monitor for 30 days to keep actual tabs on heart rate.

    I am keeping the Ivermectin on hand in case I need it for treatment but no prophylaxis for me. Damn I hate being in the 2%.

    Oh well it is real so if you have heart issues be very careful and use your pulse oximeter to check your heart rate or one of those fancy watches.

    All the best

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 11:36pm

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    IVM and Male Fertility

    Response from Dr. Paul Marik of the FLCCC on the issue of IVM and male fertility:

    https://www.facebook.com/FrontlineCovid19CriticalCare/posts/383037343399364

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  • Thu, Sep 09, 2021 - 11:58pm

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    thejerr said:

    Thanks for sharing this info on IVM and male fertility! I was actually going to ask one of the doctors about that.

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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 12:22pm

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    Numbers

    I think almost 180 million Americans are fully vaxxed and 30 million partially. 60 million children can’t be vaxxed yet.  Sixty million could get it, but have refused. The hundred million Biden mentioned are those working in areas which will be subject to the new mandates, but many of them have already taken the vaccine.

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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 4:12pm

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    Diploma Displayed at Beginning of Video

    Why does the diploma displayed at the beginning of the video say "Doctor of Philosophy"?

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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 4:26pm

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    Kat43 said:

    Because that is his degree.  A PhD from Duke University.

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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 4:42pm

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    That may be illegal

    Check the page on the FLCCC web site.  In many states it's illegal for a pharmacy to refuse to fill a prescription.

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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 5:27pm

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    boys-more-at-risk-from-pfizer-jab-side-effect-than-covid-suggests-study

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/sep/10/boys-more-at-risk-from-pfizer-jab-side-effect-than-covid-suggests-study

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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 5:33pm

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    Kathy said:

    Yep, if we has a chance to have a real discussion we could say things like young men should get the J&J and women on birth control shouldn’t.

    Too bad we can’t have those discussions.

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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 7:17pm

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    Vaccine mandates in a year from now





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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 7:29pm

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    a year from now lmao

    funny, but sad and true.

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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 9:40pm

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    Ivermectin

    /www.news.com.au/world/coronavirus/australia/australian-gps-banned-from-prescribing-ivermectin-to-covid19-patients/news-story/6291379ada4720568584c7717651f794     (September 10 )

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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 9:52pm

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    GLADYS BEREJIKLIAN TAKES OVER THE WORLD

    https://www.bitchute.com/search/?query=gladys&kind=video

    This video is a compilation of the New South Wales Australian Premier. It probably gives the true opinion of the elite class of the great unwashed

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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 10:04pm

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    Pity the Professional Ivermectinphobes

    It's likely those in charge fear Ivermectin because it might replace so many more profitable nostrums, but consider also their deep gnawing 3 am fear that someday it will be universally recognized that a simple, effective treatment would have saved hundreds of thousands of parents, children, wives and husbands, but was blocked by their obstinate decisions- and legions of lawyers will methodically strip away every mansion, yacht, congressman, hedge fund, bitcoin and golf ball which made their lives worth living.

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  • Fri, Sep 10, 2021 - 11:21pm

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    RIDICULE IS THE ANTIDOTE!

    Funny people with video editing skills you are our salvation - show everyone how ridiculous they are!

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  • Sat, Sep 11, 2021 - 12:48am

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    New restrictions on prescribing ivermectin for COVID-19 in Australia

    As Rob11 indicated with the link to the Australian news.com.au website article.

    This was the media release by our local version of the FDA, the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) on Friday 10 September.

    https://www.tga.gov.au/media-release/new-restrictions-prescribing-ivermectin-covid-19

    No early treatments for us!

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  • Sat, Sep 11, 2021 - 9:40am

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    Vitamin D and Exercise Are Major Determinants of Natural Killer Cell Activity, Which Is Age- and Gender-Specific

    https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fimmu.2021.594356/full

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  • Sat, Sep 11, 2021 - 9:41am

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    Prevention dozes of Ivermectin?

    As no doctor is allowed to prescribe Ivermectin here in Sweden, it is hard to get hold of it. You can buy it online but not in great numbers. So I wonder what to think when using it as prevention, how much and how often? Or only just before seeing people, as we otherwise live like off grid on the countryside.

    FLCCC recommends 0,2mg per kilo bodyweight twice a week. Which means quite many pills every month for two normal adults....

    The deltavariant seems to vanish here just now, but the schools have just started again and you never know.  And we want to be able see our children and grandchildren, keeping social distance of course, but indoors. The summer is over here.

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  • Sat, Sep 11, 2021 - 11:31am

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    Hi Eva Danielsson in Sweden

    You asked about using ivermectin on a regular basis as a preventative.

    The FLCCC Alliance discusses using 0.2 mg/Kg/dose twice a week for this purpose.

    I am a doctor, and throughout my career we have played cat-and-mouse with many common bacterial that develop resistance to the commonly used antibiotics over time.  In general, I prefer not to take an antibiotic over a long period of time.  This practice will breed resistance to the antibiotic in time, IMHO.

    In addition, we are learning to rethink the role of SARS-CoV-2 in the world as it become endemic--a bug that lives with us humans long term.  I don't think the long term adaption to living in the world with SARS-CoV-2 will involve having everyone take ivermectin long term.  Again, resistance to ivermectin would develop with this path.

    I believe that we will all get this infection in time during this endemic phase and that this is one of the best ways through.

    The goal, in this viewpoint, is to have a mild infection, and to develop immunity.

    I'm taking the route of using vitamins and botanicals on a regular basis to keep my general immune function as good as possible, but not using ivermectin unless I get sick.

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  • Sat, Sep 11, 2021 - 3:10pm

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    Save Ivermectin For Treatment, NOT Prophylaxis!

    sand_puppy wrote:

    I am a doctor, and throughout my career we have played cat-and-mouse with many common bacterial that develop resistance to the commonly used antibiotics over time.  In general, I prefer not to take an antibiotic over a long period of time.  This practice will breed resistance to the antibiotic in time, IMHO. [bolding by Grover.]

    sand_puppy,

    I agree that taking Ivermectin as a prophylaxis will cause strains of the virus that are resistant to Ivermectin. I always found it curious that doctors would prescribe antibiotics to people who had flu issues. Influenza is a viral disorder and antibiotics are ineffective against viruses. Was it something they did to make the patients feel like they were doing something. Frankly, a sugar pill with a hard-to-pronounce name would be a better placebo. A shot of saline water would be better.

    Flooding the body with antibiotics gives bad bacteria a laboratory to mutate. When one is successful, it can spread to others. Normal medications then will be less effective and eventually useless. As an example, look at methicillin-resistant staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA). This bacteria has become so adept at resisting available medications that more and more toxic cocktails are required to defeat it.

    I've got horse paste for when I start showing symptoms of Covid. I won't take that as prophylaxis. I will save it for when it is needed. Instead, I keep my terrain ready to fight infections with a range of vitamins and minerals. The terrain acts as a chain and is only as strong as the weakest link. Since I increased my vitamin intake, I haven't had so much as a cold. Hmmm.

    Grover

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  • Sat, Sep 11, 2021 - 4:18pm

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    Vitamin, supplement Protocol

    Totally anecdotal, but I've had Cold sores for 30 years, but since I've been taking Zinc, D, C,Quercetin, and Melatonin haven't had a breakout or a cold.... Interesting.

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  • Sat, Sep 11, 2021 - 10:00pm

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    wotthecurtains said:

    "but not using ivermectin unless I get sick."

    I like this line of thinking and Im much less of a doctor than sand_puppy but I also find myself using ivermectin a bit to deal with "the new reality".  I have a social engagement coming up which I would be forbidden from attending (at great $$$ expense) if I showed signs of Covid.  So I end up taking a dose or two in the week/days leading up to the event.

    Something similar will happen (someday) when I travel to Europe and I need covid tests on either side of the flight.  I would strongly consider taking Ivm in addition to other substances in the hopes of "beating the tests".

    Something similar happens when my son comes home from school with a note saying they have cases in the school and we have to visit his (now vaccinated) grandparents.  I don't know  if they need to be protected from me but I feel strongly that I dont want to give covid to them.  I dont give it to my young son because the FLCCC guys seem reticent to recommend it to kids and kids seem to be "immune" (to use Trump's words) to covid.

    This doesn't mean I take Ivm constantly but I do find I take it more than "just when Im feeling sick".

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  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 12:39am

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    Aria said:

    I believe that I once heard Dr. Vanden Bossche say in one of his early interviews that he was concerned about people taking IVM prophylactically because the virus may become resistant to it.

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  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 11:21am

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    You wonder why youtube blocks

    Another irresponsible article.... because you know what, the Fed is full of experts too.

     

    Doctors won't experiment with drugs that aren't approved and confusion over efficacy isn't conspiracy.  Ivermectin isn't vitamin C, you can OD so until there's conclusive proof that it will do no harm Doctors should leave it in the bottom of their medical bag.

     

    PP really should try to find some new material.  besides DavidFairtex's work there a distinct lack of useful information here.  Who has the time to listen to 'experts' desperate for limelight alongside hosts waxing worthless rhetoric that might actually harm the sheeple.

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  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 9:28pm

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    Some of us have had enough of fed “experts”

    If you don’t like it then don’t read it. Personally I come here FOR the alternate view on things than what is presented by the gov. I want to see BOTH sides of the issue. There are plenty of sites devoted entirely to financial stuff only if that is what you are into.

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  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 10:04pm

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    IVM resistance

    Yes he said so also in his Last Post article that was linked to here on PP this weekend.

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  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 10:11pm

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    Friedrichs_teeth said:

    Dave is wonderful, pgp, a true treasure.

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  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 10:25pm

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    reply to #51

    Doctors used to constantly innovate and try new things; sometimes I would do some drug therapy that would do no harm, and maybe some good, while I had to wait for OR time/beds or "to do something" when I had nothing much to offer. Sometimes things worked unexpectedly well, that's how learning works, and it would take years before if became "officially" accepted treatment. Some 'off label' routines are so established people have forgotten how they started. A good example is how batrim started to be used in aids treatment despite obstruction from Fauci.

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 12:29am

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    IVM resistance while possible seems unlikely because

    As Chris alludes to Ivermectin likely works through a number of different mechanisms which make it quite challenging for anything to figure a way around.  This nature article list 20 mechanisms through which it may be acting on SARs-Cov-2.

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41429-021-00430-5

    Also from this nature article:

    "somewhat bizarrely and almost uniquely, no confirmed drug resistance appears to have arisen in parasites in human populations, even in those that have been taking ivermectin as a monotherapy for over 30 years.'

    https://www.nature.com/articles/ja201711

    That said nature is brilliant and one could argue that the delta variant is such a mutation, though the mutation seems to have first occurred in California in the A2 variant, not sure if there is any relation, it does indirectly by virtue of being more virulent make Ivermectin less effective, thus the higher doses are now needed.

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 12:45am

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    Dr Martenson

    Been watching your videos a long while and have always found them on point. This video regarding ivermectin is most helpful and informative. I would like to pass it on to others I know however there is a problem. When you talk about your qualifications (of which I have no doubt whatsoever), you display a Duke Univ. Degree which is for Philosophy. Not Pathology and/or Toxicology. At this point my friends would likely turn off the video.

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 1:27am

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    Artbar said:

    I asked my primary about treatment protocols and she just looked at me. I am 75 and this is the first time I have ever seen a serious illness with NO treatment protocol.

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 2:53am

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    Ivermectin - a tip on how to get rx filled

    Pharmacist at CVS said they won't fill my rx for ivermectin. So I leaned in, and whispered, 'psst, hey, buddy, it's not for me. I'm fully vaxxed, so I'm bulletproof. I just asked my doc to prescribe it so there'd be one less course of treatment available to one of the anti-vaxxers. Ya know, the world is too ... how do I say ... crowded?' He nodded. Five minutes later, I got my rx. 😉

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 3:05am

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    Aria said:

    "Pharmacist at CVS said they won't fill my rx for ivermectin. So I leaned in, and whispered, 'psst, hey, buddy, it's not for me. I'm fully vaxxed, so I'm bulletproof. I just asked my doc to prescribe it so there'd be one less course of treatment available to one of the anti-vaxxers. Ya know, the world is too ... how do I say ... crowded?' He nodded. Five minutes later, I got my rx. "

    Please tell me you are joking.

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 3:50am

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    About PhD's and philosophy

    All PhDs (any subject) are Doctorates in Philosophy - that's what the initials stand for. Pathology, Maths, Linguistics, it's all PhD.

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 11:03am

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    winnietheflu said:

    You're lucky. My country banned the human version. You can only get horse dewormer here. 🙁

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 11:18am

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    Whitney said:

    Hi dabonz9 -- Chris has a PhD in Pathology from Duke. The "Philosophy" is simply referring to the PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) degree, not the discipline (Pathology). Though he can be philosophical at times, as well 😉

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 11:58am

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    dabonz9 said:

    Whitney I do not have a problem with Chris' qualifications, however Philosophy and Pathology are worlds apart it would seem to me (and to others I would presume). Since Chris is amplifying his qualifications in Pathology and Toxicity at the opening of the video it would seem to me that the shingle he displays would indicate those fields of study. If I wanted to show someone that I was a Master Carpenter, I would not just show them my Electrical Engineering degree even if I was adept at both.

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 2:34pm

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    PhD's are always in something

    A PhD is always in a specialty.  Unfortunately Duke doesn't print the specialty on the diploma.  My university does, so my PhD says Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering.  Granted, you have to take his word for it that his PhD is in pathology but if you doubt it degrees can generally be verified by contacting the university.

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 2:46pm

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    Friedrichs_teeth said:

    You are kidding, right? They gave you ivermectin to reduce the world of anti-vaxxers. Please tell me you are kidding?

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 2:56pm

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    Niacin and Diabetes?

    Chris, you mentioned the importance of adding niacin (vitamin B3) to the list of vitamins and minerals we should take to improve our immune system. I ordered some, and just now did a fast search for niacin online. One thing that came up is that diabetics aren't usually given niacin because it can cause a spike in blood sugar. And this article appears to be saying that it can actually cause diabetes. Can you give us some more information about this? Should we be concerned?

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 3:05pm

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    Serious, dadonz?

    1. Do you seriously not understand how universities mark degrees?  I agree with what is stated above some of them don’t put area of specialty on the degree but some do. Same goes for BS and MS degrees depending on school.

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 4:11pm

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    Canuck21 said:

    I'm a Doctor of Philosophy in History. So yes, it can be "in" anything.

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  • Mon, Sep 13, 2021 - 5:06pm

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    Phred said:

    I have a PhD in physics.  Does nothing for my philosophy cred. However it is said that educated people can recognize other educated people.  I give Chris a +1 FWIW.

     

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  • Tue, Sep 14, 2021 - 6:03am

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    New restrictions on prescribing ivermectin for COVID-19 - From the TGA in australia.

    New restrictions on prescribing ivermectin for COVID-19

    10 September 2021

    Today, the TGA, acting on the advice of the Advisory Committee for Medicines Scheduling, has placed new restrictions on the prescribing of oral ivermectin. General practitioners are now only able to prescribe ivermectin for TGA-approved conditions (indications) - scabies and certain parasitic infections. Certain specialists including infectious disease physicians, dermatologists, gastroenterologists and hepatologists (liver disease specialists) will be permitted to prescribe ivermectin for other unapproved indications if they believe it is appropriate for a particular patient.

    These changes have been introduced because of concerns with the prescribing of oral ivermectin for the claimed prevention or treatment of COVID-19. Ivermectin is not approved for use in COVID-19 in Australia or in other developed countries, and its use by the general public for COVID-19 is currently strongly discouraged by the National COVID Clinical Evidence Taskforce, the World Health Organisation and the US Food and Drug Administration.

    Firstly, there are a number of significant public health risks associated with taking ivermectin in an attempt to prevent COVID-19 infection rather than getting vaccinated. Individuals who believe that they are protected from infection by taking ivermectin may choose not to get tested or to seek medical care if they experience symptoms. Doing so has the potential to spread the risk of COVID-19 infection throughout the community.

    Secondly, the doses of ivermectin that are being advocated for use in unreliable social media posts and other sources for COVID-19 are significantly higher than those approved and found safe for scabies or parasite treatment. These higher doses can be associated with serious adverse effects, including severe nausea, vomiting, dizziness, neurological effects such as dizziness, seizures and coma.

    Finally, there has been a 3-4-fold increased dispensing of ivermectin prescriptions in recent months, leading to national and local shortages for those who need the medicine for scabies and parasite infections. It is believed that this is due to recent prescribing and dispensing for unapproved uses, such as COVID-19.  Such shortages can disproportionately impact vulnerable people, including those in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

    There is only one TGA approved oral ivermectin product, Stromectol ivermectin 3mg tablet blister pack which is indicated for the treatment of river blindness (onchocerciasis), threadworm of the intestines (intestinal strongyloidiasis) and scabies.

    All medical practitioners can continue to prescribe oral ivermectin for the approved indications. However, prescribing of oral ivermectin for indications that are not approved is now limited to certain specialists.

    https://www.tga.gov.au/media-release/new-restrictions-prescribing-ivermectin-covid-19

    This is so weak...

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  • Thu, Sep 16, 2021 - 4:36am

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    Brett Franklin said:

    Wow !  a few PhD's here... I'm merely an Engineer !   Seems there is quite a bit of intellectual interest in protecting ones future. Who would have thought

    As for Ivermectin ban in Australia, i see an article today where our GP's (General Practitioner - doctors) are pushing back against the government suggesting maybe Doctors should be able to do what is right for their patients rather than be told what they can and cant do...

    Some key comments in the article in case the link somehow expires !

    Some GPs argued it was 'common knowledge' among doctors that vaccination alone was not the only approach to manage pandemics.

    'Being vaccinated does not make anyone a superhuman to COVID infection. If our goal is to keep Australian safe from dying, shouldn't we give alternatives to those who for whatever reasons will rather die than take the vaccines,' one doctor wrote.

    'India saved their nation with Ivermectin. Do we want people to die in their homes in the name of promoting vaccination? GPs should stand up for choice.'

     

    Hearing a bit more dissatisfaction among the general population, even those who are vacced but really pissed at the government turning totalitarian.

    GPs hit out at restrictions on supposed Covid treatment Ivermectin | Daily Mail Online

     

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