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Have gone through 4 tubes of Duravet in the last six months. Still alive and feeling pretty good actually. Can’t speak for the safety of the human version though. Probably there are no additives there that make it less effective. But you never know!
My experience with nebH2O2 is that it loosens the dry cough caused by high PM2.5, get it out in the morning and fine for the rest of the day. Dry cough from covid also relieved but does not fight the disease directly, except possibly by reducing the viral or subsequent bacterial load. neb colloidal Ag seemed to quickly fix the underlying cause, whatever it was. Wish I could get a real doctor to order useful tests, but they are hard to find in the heart of vaccine malfeasance (looking at you Duke U)
If enough disobey the veterinary sale of ivermectin may get blocked which may lead to enough of an outcry that regulators will be forced to show some actual verifiable data.
You don’t have to use it, I didn’t for prophylaxis, but it was nice to have some stashed away. My mistake was to wait until respiratory distress to take a dose (five hours from my normal morning PM2.5 dust cough to a continuous one). For that delay I was two weeks on an oxygen concentrator at home. Then twelve doses over two months until I no longer felt any need for it.
While moderate activity still leaves me breathless, overall I feel better than I have for years. And I renewed my stash for myself and also to give away to anyone who asks for it.
Campbell was pushing vitamin D early on, and cheered the plans to distribute it to everyone. That became a free (I think three months supply) of 400 IU pills to “at risk” persons who filled out a form. Then it was dropped entirely (with the sly residual effect of suggesting 400 IU was an appropriate dose). He was openly critical of the government agencies behind this fiasco and then suddenly stopped talking about it on youtube.
Lately one of his videos addressed a ridiculous FDA statement, in which he said he was not allowed to criticize government agencies on youtube.So he repeated the FDA statement (ivermectin is not antiviral?), then showed a paper contradicting that. Repeated the FDA statement, showed another paper. Repeated the statement, showed another paper.
I am impressed by his broad knowledge. Would love to hear his uncensored opinions!
What their handlers want them thinking.
I think Rick Bright’s role in surpressing HCQ usage merits further investigation. See https://americaoutloud.com/fda-bureaucrat-brags-on-blocking-physicians-prescribing-hcq-in-early-covid-19/
“Whistleblower” Bright said: “Specifically, and contrary to misguided directives, I limited the broad use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, promoted by the administration as a panacea, but which clearly lack scientific merit.” Meanwhile, he promoted both remdesivir, a never-approved experimental antiviral in development by Gilead Sciences, and a vaccine for COVID-19.
I seem to remember someone bragging they had discarded a lot of HCQ doses from the US stockpile so they couldn’t be misused. Was it that same Bright?
Several months ago I got melatonin tablets in a range of strength. Ignoring the advice to start <1 mg and gradually increase, not being sick at the time, I took a 12 mg tablet. Bad idea, I had wrenching gut symptoms for several days.
It was a couple weeks before I dared half a 3 mg tablet. In about a week I found the 5 mg bi-layer (half slow release) worked best for sleep. I added another 3 mg on the front end, and during an active covid bout upped that to 12 mg (without the time release). Getting great sleep and dreams now. No more half-awake tossing and turning throughout the night. I am 68 and melatonin levels decrease with age (this also affecting the immune system?).
lmcdel – you mentioned a 12 mg dose, was that from prescribed tablets? I would make sure they were from a reliable source and not outdated.
In my experience you would feel some sort of positive effect from a dose, unless you were absolutely in the pink of health.
Still looking for why Dr. Stone recommended the 50% higher dose (0.3 mg per kilo) for 5 days. I would be inclined to start with the smaller dose, then repeat if no effect within 4 hours or so. And if no effect after another 4 hours, I’d look elsewhere…
After recovery from covid in December, bending over or compressing my upper chest triggers instant congestion and a persistant cough, and I have been trying peroxide, silver, and Lugol’s to alleviate that.
The traditional SSKI liquid expectorant was effective but an increasing metallic taste warned that it be stopped for a while. Nebulizing peroxide accomplishes the same thing but acts differently; instead of causing a productive cough it makes a mild foam in the lungs which the cilia transport to the throat to be swallowed. Silver seems to just surpress the congestion. Lugol’s has not done much for me but I suspect I am fully iodized at this point :).
All these things you can make at home. Amazon et al. has potassium iodide and 12% food grade peroxide. Canadian maple leafs are 99.99% silver; cut one in half, drill holes in the ends and attach wire (I use iron stripped from twist ties), and partially submerge a couple inches apart in distilled water. Apply 9-30 volts DC, polarity doesn’t matter since both electrodes are silver. Stop when the water gets cloudy. Heat speeds the process but it goes faster once some silver has entered the water – watch it closely at this point or it will turn black with large particles. Alternate polarity for the next batch to equalize erosion between the coins. Store in a dark glass container. From what I have read, the container develops a silver sheen when the colloid goes bad.
For Lugol’s you need iodine, which can be made from the KI.
I use a home oxygen concentrator to supply air to standard nebulizer cups. While the highest O2 concentration is around 2 liters/minute, mine is adjustable up to 6 l/m which creates a nice mist through the cup.
Straight from the horse’s ass!