From Dr Kory: Ivermectin dosing increase

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  • Tue, Apr 27, 2021 - 06:10am   (Reply to #5)

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    From Dr Kory: Ivermectin dosing increase

I don’t think drug resistance is the reason for any of this.  I think there’s a zero percent chance the motive of the NIH to deny us Ivermectin is a pure one.

You’re probably right. I guess I’m trying to find ways to be less depressed of living in the world we do. Still, either way, the result is the same, and it makes it easier for me to accept that there will not be any easy solution to this, even if we get everyone on the same page. We’re dealing with a natural catastrophe at this point. It may have been man made like most catastrophes, but the virus is alive now, and it’s here to stay and adapt. We’ll need to adapt as well.

  • Tue, Apr 27, 2021 - 08:11am

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    SUB-optimal doses; request for advice…?

An important question to dr Kory and other doctors in the know…

 

Since in many places Ivermectine is very difficult to get, there will be many cases in which a small amount will be divided among family members or friends.

 

Like my situation: I had 16 pills, cured myself and gave some to my loved ones and friends for prophylaxis. I have only 2 left.  If some friends (some of them 80+) would get sick, they might call me: would one pill do some good? and what about half a pill (3mg). Or should I just help the first and say NO, sorry, to the others?

 

(of course I will order some more, but that will take weeks!- and there is no certainty of getting it)

 

So it will be extremely important to get a practical advice how effective SUB-optimal doses would be!  Suppose I got only 2 pills of 6 mg, and a friend gets sick.  I give her 1 and have one left.  What would be the recommended dosage scheme and what would be the effectivity..

  • Tue, Apr 27, 2021 - 09:44am

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    From Dr Kory: Ivermectin dosing increase

Rootman, an option would be to use an available pill as the first dose, in order to get treatment started ASAP, and to push for horse paste or some other source of IVM by the time the second dose is needed two days later. But I think that first dose needs to be at a proper level. And taken with or just after food to increase its potency.

  • Tue, Apr 27, 2021 - 11:06am

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    Reply To: From Dr Kory: Ivermectin dosing increase

Davefairtex:

“They” want to keep space open for Pharma’s brand-new $1500/treatment on-patent drug that has yet to be proven effective.  Plus, if ivermectin is acknowledged as a valid treatment, the EUA for ALL the vaccines stops being valid. ….

The reason they’re hosing ivermectin is – in the most benign case – all about preserving profits of Big Pharma.

The EUA issue is just a minor annoyance.  They’ll pay off the politicians to pass a bill changing the EUA regulation.

I agree with you that the issue is profits.  If people learn that their already-low risk for ending up in the hospital is 80% lower when taking IVM why roll the dice on the experimental vax?

If Pharma does not get a huge % of the population vaxed there will be too many unvaxed people left for a good vaxed vs unvaxed study of health outcomes.  Previous studies of vaxed vs unvaxed kids have not looked good for Pharma and friends, for example the Mawson study.

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    From Dr Kory: Ivermectin dosing increase

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    From Dr Kory: Ivermectin dosing increase

What about women who are pregnant? How would one deal with dosge?

I heard Dr. Kory say pregnancy is difficult however he’s always found if the mom is healthy the baby will be healthy.

Horse paste?

  • Fri, Jun 04, 2021 - 08:50am   (Reply to #3)

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    From Dr Kory: Ivermectin dosing increase

Steve…. you are in my thoughts and prayers…. Can you give an update? It might help others decide how to proceed.  Do you feel that you had a mild or severe case? Did the IVM help at all?

  • Fri, Jun 04, 2021 - 09:32am

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    From Dr Kory: Ivermectin dosing increase

You can get Ivermectin (real prescription) from American Frontline Doctors.  It will cost you ninety dollars for an online consultation with Dr. and then the pharmacy receives a real prescription, and will charge 300 dollars plus shipping to your door real 3 mg Ivermectin 60 pills.  I got mine a couple days ago.  It is not a scam, as I can testify to.  Recommend.

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    Reply To: From Dr Kory: Ivermectin dosing increase

I’ve seen Dr Korys recent videos and the one from the Joe Rogan show ..mind blowing and will be starting the ivermectin prophylactic protocol. My wife is an ICU nurse and currently runs a cath lab. Her unit has had several people come down with it and it’s likely she has had it already . She rarely is ever gets sick and when she does she kicks it’s ass in short order. She was down for about a day and a half about three weeks ago and she suspects that might have been it for her. Either way , we are keeping ivermectin in the rotation and if she does come down with a more acute case she can take action.

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