J&J Vaccine Safety?
I don’t know where you are located roughly. I’m in Australia and IVM for humans (for Covid at least) is definitely banned here (like everywhere?), which speaks volumes for its actual efficacy. But it has certainly been available for my pony.
The BBB as the final frontier
Since much of this ground has been covered quite a bit by now, I suspect the major frontier at this point is how one is supposed to protect one’s brain from the vaccines, since ivermectin does not cross the BBB (Blood brain barrier).
For instance, I think, Fluvoxamine, which does cross the BBB and has, perhaps simplistically, been called IVM for the brain, post-dates Adam’s protocol. Obviously such therapeutics are both likely to be difficult to get hold of and carry significant risks (much as we know the vaccines certainly do).
Also I must say I have not seen any field reports from people trying this stuff and saying how it went. I just raise this, in case anyone has some thoughts regarding it.
This post comes before my last one. I’m having to post in weird
orders to get around the blocks.
I haven’t looked at the availability of most of the items on these
protocols yet. I’ve been trying to collect medications gradually and
methodically and have really only just got the basic covid stuff at
this point. I have to confess to being very ignorant on these
medical topics, so I’ve had a lot of learning to do.
Clearly there are therapeutics that are going to be difficult to get
hold of and it often seems to be a large proportion of them. In which
case, I guess one has to attempt to find the best substitute that one
can. For instance, steroids seem to be this way, though there do seem
to be the occasional exceptions which do not require a prescription
like this (Budesonide) (in Australia and it seems other countries):
Posting what someone else posted to escape the blocks, but same content.
Is Budesonide the new silver Bullet to cure Covid?
>Most websites say corticosteroids are prescription only but I got
>“original prescription strength” Rhinocort allergy spray from Amazon
>with no prescription. 120 sprays, 32 micrograms Budesonide per dose.
I haven’t looked into it much, but on first glance budesonide looks more like an alternative to dexamethasone or methylprednisolone (from MATH+) as a class of steroidal anti-inflammatories.
So not a replacement for IVM, whose function is as an antiviral when used for COVID.
Yes. I fully agree. That was just something I was throwing out concerning general issues of accessibility in case someone wanted to address that. There are lots of very well informed and intelligent people around here.
Regarding IVM, the hint is in the post at the top of the page. Again, I don’t know where you are roughly, but there used to be a huge amount of discussion online about alternative sources, such that it even made it into the MSM (with, of course, the usual approbrium). PP tends to be ahead of the curve, so probably a while ago, if such discussions occurred here.
Indeed, it has just occurred to me that even our own sand_kitty (@sand_puppy) (one of the people I was obviously referring to above) had addressed this indirectly very recently:
My understanding is that you want the stuff for your pony as this problem is so widespread (caring governments everywhere)) that dosages are included in the regular protocols. Which incidentally also reminds me that the FLCCC (flccc.net) also seems to have a protocol for jab injury (iMask Recover protocol) which would be well worth a look.
Just discovered this discussion. As I said, there are many:
I think every vaccine have different effects on different ages of people.