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Do the NIH and WHO COVID treatment recommendations need to be fixed?

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India, Brazil, and most other countries all rely on COVID treatment guidance from the two organizations that people most trust for medical advice, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO).  Yet following the COVID guidance of these organizations is failing to prevent the unnecessary death of millions of people worldwide. Is the guidance provided by these organizations correct? Or is there a possibility it could be harmful to follow their guidance?  This is now a matter of urgent public interest because India recently adopted ivermectin as standard of care for early treatment of COVID, which is exactly opposite to the WHO recommendation. Is India doing the right thing? Or are they making a huge mistake? It’s important that people around the world hear from experts from both sides so they can decide for themselves.  Individual states in India can issue their own guidance. Goa wants people to take ivermectin , but Tamil Nadu just decided it should no

Ivermectin - FLCCC Protocol for COVID-19

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The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care (FLCCC) Alliance was initially formed as a working group during the early COVID-19 pandemic days in response to multiple early reports of COVID patients with an inexplicably high need for prolonged mechanical ventilation and an excessive death rate. Based on rapidly emerging clinical trials evidence, the FLCCC team has developed the   I-MASK+ protocol   for prophylaxis and at home treatment of early stage COVID-19. This article, we will dive deeper to provide the scientific background, related references and rationale of the FLCCC protocol. Ivermectin and COVID-19 In October 2020, FLCCC added ivermectin as a core medication in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19. FLCCC regard ivermectin as a core medication in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19. For comprehensive information on ivermectin please refer to their  Review of the Emerging Evidence Supporting the Use of Ivermectin in the Prophylaxis and Treatment

The Drug that obliterates 97 percent of Delhi cases

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A 97% decline in Delhi cases with Ivermectin is decisive - period. It represents the last word in an epic struggle to save lives and preserve human rights. The graph (below) symbolizes the victory of reason over corruption, good over evil, and right over wrong. It is as significant as David’s victory over Goliath. It is an absolute vindication of Ivermectin and early outpatient treatment. It is a clear refutation of the WHO, FDA, NIH, and CDC's policies of "wait at home until you turn blue" before you get treatment. Dr. Pierre Kory told the world on December 8, 2020, that Ivermectin "obliterates" this virus. Obliterate means to decimate, demolish, or annihilate. It means to eliminate or destroy all trace, indication, or significance. This graph shows that Ivermectin, used in Delhi beginning April 20, obliterated their COVID crisis. No one should be able to talk you out of this - not a salesman, a drug compan

Betadine and Coronavirus: A new frontline defense against COVID-19

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In a study by the Institute for Antiviral Research at Utah State University, it was demonstrated that the COVID-19 virus can be completely inactivated with a 30-second exposure to a 100 ppm molecular iodine (I 2 ) mouthrinse. 1  This in vitro study opens the door for further research and the need to review past and current research about the efficacy of I 2  as an antimicrobial therapeutic agent. I 2  is the only species of iodine that is antimicrobial. 2 It has been well documented that molecular iodine is one of the most effective of all antimicrobials available. Hospitals and medical facilities worldwide use povidone-iodine (Betadine) as a standard of care in infection control, even though it contains very small amounts of I2. Betadine (PVP-1) has been in commercial use since 1955 and is on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medicines.3 Related: Prevention study from Singapore  (N=3,037) showed "Positive impact of oral hydroxychloroquine and povidone-iodine throa

Iota-Carrageenan Nasal Spray in the prophylaxis of COVID-19

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Marinomed Biotech AG (VSE:MARI), an Austrian science-based biotech company with globally marketed therapeutics derived from innovative proprietary technology platforms, announced today that Carragelose inactivates the new, rapidly spreading variants and SARS-CoV-2 wildtype with similar efficacy in vitro. The Company tested the three variants that currently mostly drive the COVID-19 pandemic, namely the so-called British or B.1.1.7, the South-African or B.1.351, and the Brazilian or P1 variant.[*] The data demonstrate that also with increasing prevalence of virus variants, the marketed OTC Carragelose -based lozenges, nasal and throat sprays will continue to effectively contribute to combatting the COVID-19 pandemic. Iota-carrageenan nasal spray Amazon “The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a major health, social, and economic burden, and we now see variants of SARS-CoV-2 taking over the dynamics of the pandemic. We are very confident in these results that show Carragelose inactivates S

Carrageenan (Iota, Kappa, Lambda)

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Carrageenans are a family of hydrocolloids used to thicken, stabilize and gel solutions. They are vegetarian and particularly effective with proteins so they are commonly used with dairy products. There are three basic types: Iota Carrageenan, Kappa Carrageenan and Lambda Carrageenan. In the presence of calcium, Iota Carrageenan forms a soft gel and Kappa Carrageenan forms a stiff and brittle gel. But in the presence of potassium salts, Kappa Carrageenan forms very firm and elastic gels. Lambda Carrageenan will not form a gel, but can be used as a thickener. Carrageenan can be used to make frozen desserts, to stabilize ice creams, hot dairy foams, to make rich mouthfeel custards even with low fat content or eggs, to cover an ingredient with a gel coat or to make constructed cheese which results in a cheese with the texture of nicely melted cheese but with the flavor of dry aged cheese. Carrageenan: Origins Carrageenans are linear sulfated polysacharrides extracted from certain species