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I ordered three tubes from Valley Vet yesterday, so won't be here until next week, but I am very curious about dosage.  I will be happy for any anti-parasite effects if that happens to ail me, so will probably go with the first one treatment dose, but I read that the half life of Ivermectin in the body is about a day, with some metabolites several days, so if we are defending against spike proteins and not worms, do we need a steadier smaller dose?

 

I have seen 0.2 mg/Kg on days 1, 7 and then monthly here and a couple of other places:

 

https://www.thecompleteguidetohealth.com/ivermectinprotocols.html

 

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Hi Mulder,

 

I have been taking ivermectin for about 3 months on a daily basis. Mine is translucent, but it is yellowish (syringe looks like the picture above).

 

I'm starting a deworming program and I will be taking pyrantel and fenbenzadole (there are accounts that fenbenzadole cures some cancers). I'm doing this because I have been around people who actually showed me specimens of worms that came out of them. I figure I must have them too since I had a lot of physical contact with them. I studied alternative health, and in seminars I heard over and over again how difficult it is to get rid of worms using herbs. I later heard that Western medicine is good at this, but I never knew what to do. Now that I felt forced to find an alternative to the covid "vaccine," and this alternative turned out to be an anti-parasitic, I took the plunge with ivermectin. Once I saw that I didn't experience side-effects, I figured, why not keep going? So now, I will continue to take ivermectin (maybe twice a week, and if there's an exposure or I have symptoms - then back to daily), but I will also add what I mentioned. I can say that I feel a lot better. Deeper aches and pains are gone. I do experience stiffness, but I do a lot of physical work.

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When i first took ivermectin (earlier this year) --6mg once a week for 2 weeks--i had grey colored liquid with black dots ( big blotches on my pillow) leaking from my eyes.

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exocet5

Can anyone read off the "best by date" on any of your recent Iver tube purchases? 

 

Wanting to know for storage purposes....3rd wave and all.

 

TY!

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massapien
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This page has information on dosing, taking after eating, how long it stays in the body, and some tricks on using the syringe when you have a small horse:

 

https://www.maximpulse.com/permethrin/ivermectin-calculating-a-dose.html

 

ETA: in the video in the above link, he is using a brand that is the white paste, not the translucent gel (see earlier warning on the white paste)

 

8 hours ago, exocet5 said:

Can anyone read off the "best by date" on any of your recent Iver tube purchases? 

 

Wanting to know for storage purposes....3rd wave and all.

 

TY!

 

exocet: a quick search I did a couple of days ago indicates it has a long shelf life, and of course the gov't makes them put a date on there (which they probably don't mind in the interest of selling more product)

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Study from Argentina

To Mulder and all,

The link is for the study done in Argentine with health care workers. To quote, in mild cases ivermectin was given at a dose of 200 micrograms of weight per kg, along with aspirin to prevent hypercoagulability. They also say, "in all cases, ivermectin is given once a week, while the other drugs are given daily..."

 

I know we're all flying blind to some degree, but my point is that I'm planning on taking ivermectin once or twice weekly as a preventative. In another post I'm putting up with a video of 5 doctors sharing their knowledge, one mentions we may have to stockpile stuff, so I will now only take a daily does if I'm exposed and have symptoms. 

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8 hours ago, bwt said:

When i first took ivermectin (earlier this year) --6mg once a week for 2 weeks--i had grey colored liquid with black dots ( big blotches on my pillow) leaking from my eyes.

Wow! I took 15mg for 5 days (not a maintenance dose!), but no side effects. 

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14 minutes ago, massapien said:

This page has information on dosing, taking after eating, how long it stays in the body, and some tricks on using the syringe when you have a small horse:

 

https://www.maximpulse.com/permethrin/ivermectin-calculating-a-dose.html

 

 

 

 

exocet: a quick search I did a couple of days ago indicates it has a long shelf life, and of course the gov't makes them put a date on there (which they probably don't mind in the interest of selling more produt)

Excellent article - thanks! 

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Study from Argentina

To Mulder and all,

The link is for the study done in Argentine with health care workers. To quote, in mild cases ivermectin was given at a dose of 200 micrograms of weight per kg, along with aspirin to prevent hypercoagulability. They also say, "in all cases, ivermectin is given once a week, while the other drugs are given daily..."

 

I know we're all flying blind to some degree, but my point is that I'm planning on taking ivermectin once or twice weekly as a preventative. In another post I'm putting up with a video of 5 doctors sharing their knowledge, one mentions we may have to stockpile stuff, so I will now only take a daily does if I'm exposed and have symptoms. 

Onca - can you share the video of the 5 doctors? TY!

 

Edit: i thonl this is the vid?

https://www.bitchute.com/video/ojlsKQtWus8v/

 

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22 hours ago, exocet5 said:

Can anyone read off the "best by date" on any of your recent Iver tube purchases? 

 

Wanting to know for storage purposes....3rd wave and all.

 

TY!

 

@exocet5 Huh. Looks like 2 of the 3 tubes I got are already expired. That won't stop me. 2 are dated to expire March 2021. The other is November 2022. Figures. The 3rd one is the one I opened first.

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I don't worry about expiration dates..using some olive oil expired 2019  or 2020...I forget

it did not make a difference to the food I was cooking and then eating.

called the feed store ..they have plenty...will go again next week.

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blankenb

There is at least one common antibiotic that is available for animals/fish that really does go bad in a big way when it's time is up.  I do NOT remember which one it is though.  any that you plan on using after the best buy/use by dates - please research and make sure it isn't the one that really does go bad.

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On 5/29/2021 at 9:25 AM, massapien said:

ETA: in the video in the above link, he is using a brand that is the white paste, not the translucent gel (see earlier warning on the white paste)

@massapienWould you mind helping me find this warning, I seem to be ,as usual, lost?

Thanks

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Trump may have been saved by Ivermectin. He got it at Walter Reed Hospital.

 

Ivermectin, The Drug That Cracked COVID and Treated President Trump

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2021/05/29/ivermectin-the-drug-that-cracked-covid-and-treated-president-trump/

 

From a shared Email

 

About those vaccines, I notice that the government through various entities is doubling down on the absolute lie that yes, your employer can force you to get a vaccine to keep your job.

The Emergency Use Authorization makes it clear that these shots cannot be mandatory, and also makes them illegal if there is a safe, effective treatment readily available.

Which brings us to another development.

Someone here on Friday, rocket doc I think, was talking about whether President Trump received ivermectin as part of his treatment for the coof.

As it turns out, yes, he did, according to Mountain Home Magazine:

“It is centered around the drug Ivermectin, which President Trump used at Walter Reed hospital, unreported by the press, though it may well have saved the president’s life while he was instead touting new big pharma drugs.”
https://www.mountainhomemag.com/2021/05/01/356270/the-drug-that-cracked-covid

I had seen that article, because I had followed the story of the woman whose family had to go to court to compel the hospital to use it.

I had merely skimmed over the rather lengthy piece, though.

Evidently Sundance caught it and featured it at his site:
https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2021/05/29/ivermectin-the-drug-that-cracked-covid-and-treated-president-trump/

This raises some interesting questions, such as who was behind the decision not to mention that the president was treated with a cheap, effective alternative that governments and Big Tech are actively attempting to suppress and withhold?

Remember that The EUAs are dependent on no other treatment (being available).

Doesn’t it bother anybody that the hospital was going to just let this lady die, while her family stood outside, rather than try a safe treatment?

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massapien
50 minutes ago, fishreins said:

@massapienWould you mind helping me find this warning, I seem to be ,as usual, lost?

Thanks

It is from an Amazon review on a listing I shared about halfway down on page 1 of this topic.

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Personal health update: 3 days ago I instituted 2 new and uniquely different factors into my daily bodily intake. As a result I've been pleasantly surprised with 2 positive results: for one, I find a distinct curbing of my appetite, especially for sugar! That's a good thing! And secondly, I have lost 4 pounds. Pretty fast results, imho.

 

What I did:

first thing in morning combine 1 tbsp raw honey, 2 tbsp's of Apple Cider Vinegar with Ma, and 1 squeezed lemon's juice, stirred in about 6-8 oz of warm filtered water.

 

second thing I added is the daily intake of the 250# mark on the horse ivermectin tube.

 

I'm not sure what result to attribute to what addition. Perhaps they work together. Maybe the ivermectin killt mi gut sugar tapeworm! :chuckle:

 

Also though I have started a new positive habit by going for my 1.3 mile night walk, too. So it all probably has an effect. Thoughts welcome.

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my ex mother in law, 7th day Adventist and a strict vegan (she lived alone till she died at 97ish)

had lemon juice in water every morning to start the day.

,I believe raw a.c. vinegar in water does the same as lemon juice.

to balance the digestive system of acidic and alkaline.

love the night walk...Sami and I just do the final cul de sac walk to finish the day and I am so

glad to end the day that way!!

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Greenmeadow

The online group I'm in recommended organic apple cider vinegar in water for sugar craving. I just put a capful in a large glass. I found it very effective. Considering i get addicted to sugar very easily it was a nice surprise. Some of cravings actually come from our gut bacteria. If your gut bacteria is out of balance it acts like a parasite telling you to eat sugar.

 

Walks are a good way to release grief from your cells.

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4 minutes ago, easy said:

my ex mother in law, 7th day Adventist and a strict vegan (she lived alone till she died at 97ish)

had lemon juice in water every morning to start the day.

I believe raw a.c. vinegar in water does the same as lemon juice.

love the night walk...Sami and I just do the final cul de sac walk to finish the day and I am so

glad to end the day that way!!

 

I start my day with lemon juice in a glass of water

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massapien

Romans, you are taking 42 mg ivermectin every day?  That seems like a lot/more than necessary.

 

The Liver Rescue book recommended elsewhere on the wbf (was it bart?) warned that vinegar is not good for the liver, I have not seen that anywhere else though, and the author noted that if you are going to have some, then it may as well be ACV.

 

Dr. Jennifer Daniels' turpentine protocol is to zap the bugs that give one sugar cravings, so would not surprise me if ivermectin has similar effect.

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Please do the necessary research before self medicating with any medication(s). There is so much disinformation out and about and you do not want to cause yourself injury.

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50 minutes ago, massapien said:

Romans, you are taking 42 mg ivermectin every day?  That seems like a lot/more than necessary.

 

The Liver Rescue book recommended elsewhere on the wbf (was it bart?) warned that vinegar is not good for the liver, I have not seen that anywhere else though, and the author noted that if you are going to have some, then it may as well be ACV.

 

Dr. Jennifer Daniels' turpentine protocol is to zap the bugs that give one sugar cravings, so would not surprise me if ivermectin has similar effect.

 

No worries. I am following @Onca's lead. If he's taken it daily at the 200# level (closest to his weight) and he's thriving and not dead that's good enough for me. I take it at the 250# mark as that's closer to my weight. Note that all this is added to my normal protocol which is 50-60 supplements every other or 3rd day combined with my powders, DMSO, C-60, etc and I've been doing this since the 80's. Here's what I took last night, for example.

(Needless to say I do consume over a gallon of skim milk per week for general enjoyment and stomach preservation. It all works for me.)

 

eta: It generally takes me 5 or 6 handfuls with a swig from one glass of liquid to get it all down and I usually do it right before bed.

 

eta2: And yes, massapien (and Foxx), thanks for the concern and I am aware of and have done the Turpentine protocol before, too.

 

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