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    • Thu, Jan 13, 2022 - 01:01pm

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      anastasio

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      Can you recommend some “good” charities ?

    I’ve always been impressed with Remote Area Medical (RAM). They hold a number of weekend health/dental (an now animal) clinics in the US. They treat a crazy number of people for very little money. The demand is always greater than they can provide. For some people this is the only health care they can get and wait for days in the parking lot before they open.

    • Mon, Jan 10, 2022 - 07:56pm

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      anastasio

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      Ivermectin public service warning

    A friend of mine (65+, asthmatic, 250 lbs) just got over COVID. After 3 days of diarrhea and other symptoms he called and I found him some IVM and the rest of the FLCCC protocol. The next day the diarrhea was gone and he started feeling better. He then got the antibody infusion and really started to feel good – energy was back to 100% in 2 days.

    Diarrhea can be a symptom of COVID. The only side effect I know of for IVM is the “ocular disturbance” when the dose is too high. The current FLCCC dose recommendations are pretty strong so you might have been reacting to it.

    • Fri, Jan 07, 2022 - 08:43pm

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      anastasio

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      UK Officials “Apocalyptic Bird Flu” Jumps to Humans

    The jump to humans was not from a causal encounter. The man was essentially allowing 20 of the 160 wild ducks into his house. Thankfully, even though he has tested positive for H5N1 he does not feel unwell.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/uk-bird-flu-duck-man-b1988545.html

     

    • Wed, Dec 08, 2021 - 11:54am

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      anastasio

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      Reply To: Re: Severe Illness

    Mon Jan 6th 2021: My co-worker (mid 60’s) returned from a trip to the beach. We spent about 20 minutes talking in a small office watching the events at the US Capital on a PC (close together). He masked, me not. The next morning he woke up with a slight cough and was told to test before coming to work. POSITIVE.

    I (early 50’s) was sent home that afternoon (Tues) as a precaution. That evening I started the FLCCC prophylaxes treatment: horse paste, zinc, D3, C, melatonin & quercetin? At the time I think the recommendation was 1st dose of IVM then 2nd 48hrs later. I tested negative that day (too early).  After seeing that the paste didn’t kill me during the night, my wife started the protocol also. We tried to live separate in the house, but gave up after the 1st night, even sleeping in the same bed.

    I tested positive at my next test (Fri?). My symptoms were only ever a slight headache off and on for about 3 days, but a lot of energy that I used to cut a large oak into firewood over multiple days. Wife never developed symptoms or tested positive. Coworker wasn’t interested in the paste. He developed double pneumonia and had a long recovery. I ended up testing negative and returned to work after 2 weeks. My worse symptom was brain fog for weeks after. I probably wouldn’t have noticed it, but I needed deep concentration for a project at the time and it just wasn’t possible. It slowly cleared up.

    • Mon, Nov 29, 2021 - 09:51am

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      anastasio

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      HR – Religious Exemption “gotcha” tactics

    Here are the questions that a friend of mine had to answer to apply for their religious exemption to the vaccine to keep their job. Notice how they try to trip you up if you are going to claim that you object to a particular ingredient or testing method. I find this entire questioning revolting. They were told by a doctor that the only way a medical exemption would be granted is if you had a severe reaction to a first shot. Sick.

    A lot of great tips posted above. Don’t try to argue science or your rights. Play the game and tell how this violates your sincerely held personal beliefs, even if you don’t  participate in a “recognized” religious practice.

    1. Please identify your sincerely held religious belief, practice or observance that is the basis for your request for an exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine requirement.

    2. Would complying with the COVID-19 vaccination requirement substantially interfere with exercise of your religious beliefs? If so, please explain how.

    3. How long have you held the religious belief underlying your objection?

    4. During the period you have held the religious belief or practice, describe how thoroughly you have practiced it (e.g., have you practiced it without exception or have you practiced it piecemeal; have you gotten other vaccines while holding your religious belief or practice)?

    5. Please describe whether, as an adult, you have received any vaccines against any other diseases (such as a flu or tetanus vaccine, among others) and, if so, what vaccine you most received and when, to the best of your recollection.

    6. If you do not have a religious objection to the use of all vaccines, please explain why your objection is limited to particular vaccines.

    7. If there are any other medicines or products that you do not use because of the religious belief underlying your objection, please identify them.

    8. Please provide any additional information that you think may be helpful in reviewing your request.

    • Fri, Oct 22, 2021 - 08:51pm

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      anastasio

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      On ordering Ivermectin

    I also had success ordering from Sunil earlier this year and just emailed for a new order quote. Here is his store if you want to browse. Little cumbersome to navigate. Best bet is to use the search.

    https://www.saenterprisesrx.com/search.html?ss=Iverlast-12+Ivermectin+12mg+Tablets

    • Wed, Sep 01, 2021 - 01:15pm

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      Help! Forced to jab and want to protect my body/family

    Dr. Flavio Cadegiani was on the 8/25/2021 FLCCC Weekly Status Webinar.  He’s a doctor from Columbia that Chris mentions in his comment under the Part 2 video.  During the Webinar, Flavio shared a protocol he is using to treat people getting the mRNA vax.  It consists of 3 days of Ivermectin (IVM) at 0.2 mg/kg:

    Day 1 – the day before the Vax

    Day 2 – the day of the Vax

    Day 3 – the day after the Vax.

    He said using IVM reduced symptoms caused by the vaccine within 24-48 hours.  I think he  said that IVM reduced side effects by 80-90%, but would need to verify whether I got that right.

    Initially Flavio was giving people who got the vax the ivermectin after getting the vax, to reduce symptoms.  But then he realized it might be more beneficial to start the IVM before they got the vax.

    Maybe this protocol can help some of our folks who are having to get the vax.

    • Tue, Aug 31, 2021 - 10:30am

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      anastasio

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      imask protocol treatment updated considerably

    It is troubling.

    The problem is that Delta is creating a viral load ~1000X greater and faster. It is critical to treat early and knock down the virus with anything we can. This is why the nasal rinse and gargle are important as well.

    Whether you consider IVM less effective or the virus more aggressive, it’s a two front challenge when IVM gets harder to obtain and it now takes 2 – 3 times as much for prevention or treatment. It is harder to get both from a supply issue and Drs or Pharmacists unwilling to write or fill prescriptions.

    (I saw a pic today of what looked like IVM on a shelf in a Tractor Supply store with a sign stating that to purchase, you must show a picture of you and your horse.)

    • Sat, Aug 21, 2021 - 04:53pm   (Reply to #5)

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      anastasio

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      FDA’s fighting words about Ivermectin

    Our farm store had 5 boxes yesterday when I got there and 1 when I left. Didn’t want to get greedy. $6 each.

    2 of the 4 local Tractor Supply store are out of stock. $6.50 each.

    The 3 box pack I purchased 1/31/21 on Amazon was $14.50 then. About $47 today.

    • Sat, Aug 21, 2021 - 03:41pm

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      anastasio

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      FDA’s fighting words about Ivermectin (CNN joins the fight)

    I’m guessing we are going to see more joint attacks on IVM. A friend just told me about this “article” posted on CNN today:

    https://www.cnn.com/2021/08/21/us/mississippi-poison-control-covid-livestock-drug/index.html

    Regurgitates the March posting by the FDA regarding taking “large doses” of IVM.
    Throws in some frightening side effects of IVM toxicity, etc. etc.

    More scare tactics, none of the benefits mentioned.

     

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