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Here is some research that explains how it works. Seems to me it needs to be diluted quite a bit in H2O to reduce its toxicity. Topically it looks like a really good disinfectant for surfaces or cleaning wounds.
Thanks for the input Adamah. Not promoting anything, was actually looking to buy something if it actually worked.
It was sold over counter and by internet for years and suddenly they are now worried about people taking it. They claim it can harm the liver. (Like Remdesivir?)
Anything that might compete with their soon to be miracle vaccine, they are desperate to control. Artemisa annua extract is still available OTC in USA. A guess is it eventually wont be if the current research in Africa show positive results.
No surprise as, Medsafe already sent a letter to NZ doctors advising them to not give patients HCQ, following the sociopath oligarchs playbook to the letter.
There are people that do not want the early sick to get treatment and this whole situation is downright criminal. They won’t allow a fair unbiased scientific study because they already know there is enough evidence of what will be the outcome. They won’t allow that to happen. Disgusting.
I knew since January that we would be on our own and most would have to self treat when they catch it. I spent a lot of time researching about herbs. The one I keep coming back to is Artemisia annua(sweet wormwood) or a compound made from it called artemisinin. It can be purchased as a tea, or capsule form. Like HCQ its used as an antimalarial.
Others not already mentioned are:
Lomatium , Usnea, Boneset, Oil of Oregano, and Monolaurin.
NYU Study finds patients given Hydroxychloroquine + Zinc 44% less likely to die from COVID-19
Getting ready for round 2 of the Deep state to demonize and scare people from wanting HCQ. It wont go away because it works.
A study from Algeria. Not peer reviewed. Conclusions are HCQ In Vitro inhibits SarsCov2. They also tested Artemisinin which is a compound from Artemisia. Artemisinin showed to be more potent In Vitro than HCQ , less toxic and boosts immune system.
The parallels of what is happening now to the drug HCQ with being a treatment for Covid and what happened to Artemisa for malaria in Africa are frighteningly similar. If the drug is cheap, available and is an effective treatment for a disease it will be banned and ridiculed by mentally ill people in power. Its not about profit as much about the absolute control over peoples lives through fear. If people know that there is a cheap effective treatment that gives them freedom and they cant be easily controlled.
Short intro video:
Long video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvC4uSYprU8
Other Herbs used to treat Malaria are Boneset and Usnea. Boneset was used to treat patients during the Spanish Flu. It is a natural fever reducer. It also boosts the immune system.
The other is Usnea. It is a Lichen that grows on trees. It has been used to treat pneumonia. Its not for long term or high dose as it could harm the liver.
On Artemisinin there are two types normally sold. They are Artemisia absinthium and Artemisinin annua. Artemisia annua or Sweet wormwood is the one used for Malaria treatment. The other Artemisia absinthium an is used for the nervous system as it acts as a stimulant. Its called Wormwood not sweet wormwood. It could cause seizures in high doses.
Liposomal vitamin C has a lot better absorption into the body than regular capsule vitamin C. You can make it at home with a blender and is a lot cheaper than a commercial supplement.
Here is a study on it.
In summary, we have demonstrated that oral delivery of vitamin C encapsulated in liposomes (1) produced circulating concentrations of vitamin C greater than those elicited by oral delivery of unencapsulated vitamin C but less than those following intravenous vitamin C administration and (2) provided protection from ischemia–reperfusion that was similar to the protection provided by oral unencapsulated vitamin C and intravenous vitamin C administration.
I also have one with a valve. It pretty much only protects the user. Put it on and breath through it and you can feel air coming out to the plastic vent cover. If a person is sick they should block the valve with tape on the inside. Since we do not know if we are asymptomatic, it might be a good idea to do that anyway. Someone creative can figure out a type of material to jam over the flapper to filter the air that way. Another thing a person can do is wear a scarf over it or a surgical mask.
I noticed it does keep air from being projected out ward as it is mainly directed down and only really noticeable when breathing really hard. It also catches droplets that can contaminate surfaces like a homemade mask.