WAR Covid Ivermectin ALTERNATIVE

emiliozapata

Contributing Member
I have been giving some thought to the fact that anti-parasitic drugs in 2 cases have shown efficacy against the maunfactured wuflu (the worm juice and the quinine based drug)

It is likely or feasible that other anti-parasitic compounds may yield some efficacy as well and one that .gov will never be able to deprive you of access to is black walnut- due your due diligence on harvesting and using black walnut as medicine- artemesinin is another but prices have quadrupled for some reason recently-- most folks will have ready access to more BW than they ever need
 

emiliozapata

Contributing Member

lostinaz

Senior Member
I don't know that the same effects with happen. Just because its an effective dewormer doesn't mean its just as effective for the WuFlu. Ivermectin is effective with the WuFlu because of it's any infection properties. I'm just amazed how expensive it is. I wish I could find a cheaper source!
 

greysage

Veteran Member
I've got some black walnut and other anti-parasitic herbs from my tick borne disease days. Stuff worked pretty good. Artemisia something or other, custom stuff from a doc that got run out of business due to biowuflu and local medical mob.

ETA: Good job using code on the main, they'll never know!
 

Mary Contrary

Veteran Member
I have a black walnut tree. Kills parasites in pets. I've never tried it though, but the recipe is to take 3 GREEN ones, soak in Vodca for 3 days. Toss out nuts. Don't leave in too long or turns black. Must be green not black. Can freeze green if no time to make. Recipe from Dr Hilda Clark's book. They are falling now. I will gather up some and make. Oh, I read to throw in a pinch of pd but C so won't turn black
 

emiliozapata

Contributing Member
You’ve been here since 2007. If you don’t know by now that this forum receives govt scrutiny EVERY DAY, you have issues that we can’t help you with. Don’t mess with content or titles in the naive belief that you’re keeping yourself “safe.”
intent was to avoid surveillance and scrubbing based off of keywords- didn't know you were so sensitive

and actually i was here since the beginning , pre Y2k under a different handle
 

scheri

Contributing Member
I have been giving some thought to the fact that anti-parasitic drugs in 2 cases have shown efficacy against the maunfactured wuflu (the worm juice and the quinine based drug)

It is likely or feasible that other anti-parasitic compounds may yield some efficacy as well and one that .gov will never be able to deprive you of access to is black walnut- due your due diligence on harvesting and using black walnut as medicine- artemesinin is another but prices have quadrupled for some reason recently-- most folks will have ready access to more BW than they ever need

My herbalist recommended black walnut, but it's one of those things I'm allergic to. Wormwood is another anti parasitic that might possibly work. Or Mimosa pudica.
 

Imrik

Veteran Member
You’ve been here since 2007. If you don’t know by now that this forum receives govt scrutiny EVERY DAY, you have issues that we can’t help you with. Don’t mess with content or titles in the naive belief that you’re keeping yourself “safe.”
He’s just writing it in kaintuck speech. It keeps the aliens from knowing what’s going on.
 

GenErik

Veteran Member
I have a black walnut tree. Kills parasites in pets. I've never tried it though, but the recipe is to take 3 GREEN ones, soak in Vodca for 3 days. Toss out nuts. Don't leave in too long or turns black. Must be green not black. Can freeze green if no time to make. Recipe from Dr Hilda Clark's book. They are falling now. I will gather up some and make. Oh, I read to throw in a pinch of pd but C so won't turn black
What is a pinch of pd but C ?
 

bethshaya

God has a plan, Trust it!
When ivermectin hits $100 per tube, alternatives will get a lot of interest.
It is almost there now. I paid $26 for three tubes a few weeks ago on Amazon. It is $87 now for the same three tubes on Amazon.
 
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Mercury3

Veteran Member
I've used this before and it does work but keep in mind if ya take to high a dose for to long it can take a toll on ones liver. (it can be some what liver toxic at high or prolonged doses)

Edit to add: I used it to cure a sinus infection which turned out to be fungal rather than bacterial and it did work. I couldn't take the prescription med they gave me for fluconazole due to severe side effects (felt like it was going to kill me) and for sure the prescription antifungal fluconazole is MORE liver toxic than the Black Walnut extracts.
 
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colonel holman

Veteran Member
You guys sound like you are actually contemplating something really really dangerous. If ivermectin is effective against a covid infection, it is because of some unique combination of compounds. Don’t assume, therefore, other dewormers would be similarly effective. You worry about what may be in the vax. Be similarly cautious about experimenting with this biochemistry question in your body. There is a reason virologists and pharmcologists go to school for decades and take intellectually crushing courses such as organic chemistry. This would be way worse than doing your own dentistry.
 

Mercury3

Veteran Member
You guys sound like you are actually contemplating something really really dangerous. If ivermectin is effective against a covid infection, it is because of some unique combination of compounds. Don’t assume, therefore, other dewormers would be similarly effective. You worry about what may be in the vax. Be similarly cautious about experimenting with this biochemistry question in your body. There is a reason virologists and pharmcologists go to school for decades and take intellectually crushing courses such as organic chemistry. This would be way worse than doing your own dentistry.
I agree - It may not have the same mechanism of action on the virus that ivermectin has. No way of knowing for sure so I'd prefer to use what we know already works. My reference for it working was more on fungal infections not viral infections.
 

bev

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Has anyone thought of using the stuff we all talked about 3-4 years ago, maybe? Trying to think of the name of the stuff ... diatomaceous earth! That’s it.
 

Southside

Veteran Member
It is almost there now. I paid $26 for three tubes a few weeks ago on Amazon. It is $87 now for the same three tubes on Amazon.
I bought 12 tubes in November 2020 for $36, incl shipping.
It ain't that no more.
Next purchase 1000 grams pure FBZ. From the aquarium people. Thanks, guys!
 

summerthyme

Administrator
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You guys sound like you are actually contemplating something really really dangerous. If ivermectin is effective against a covid infection, it is because of some unique combination of compounds. Don’t assume, therefore, other dewormers would be similarly effective. You worry about what may be in the vax. Be similarly cautious about experimenting with this biochemistry question in your body. There is a reason virologists and pharmcologists go to school for decades and take intellectually crushing courses such as organic chemistry. This would be way worse than doing your own dentistry.
Yes! Sweet Annie (artemesia annua) is therapeutic against malaria (although resistance is developing already). Black Walnut has been used in herbal medicine against stomach worms for many years.

But if their modes of action are different, it's unlikely to help with viral infections.

Plus, Colonel Holman is right. Black walnut can be very toxic. Your Black Walnut Tree Is Out to Get You

Artemesia is potentially liver toxic. If I was going to take it, I'd avoid ivermectin, alcohol and Tylenol.

All that said... if you know how an herb or plant is used, understand the potential issues, and want to try it against COVID... go for it. Take notes, record dosages, and *watch closely for any potential side effects or problems*. But it is how potential cures are found. Just be cautious and smart about how you go about it...

Summerthyme
 

ainitfunny

Saved, to glorify God.
ADD the fact that certain parts of the artimisanan plant contain almost no artimisia and some crops contain nearly no artimisia the particular variety being critical. I think,
IIRC the TOP 25% of the correct variety of artimisia, (new growth) contains most all the artemisia, which isnt much percentage wise, at that.

I bought 10 or12 bottles of artimisinen about ten years ago when it was discovered it could rapidly shrink CANCEROUS TUMORS, IN CASE any of MY FAMILY got cancer. Or Malaria.
 
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