I feel the day approaching fast when we will be taken from here. Taking a day of prayer, and of continuing to sift areas of the blog for bad links and other optimization, (such as it is that I am capable of).
Friend I asked prayer for refused to be admitted to hospital. (Wise!)
I provided him the information about the vax, what supplements to use and how to get HCQ. That’s all I can do, and hope he takes it seriously. The demand for these meds and so few Dr’s willing to prescribe is causing a backlog for those trying to get it.
I posted this info in the form of a puzzle within a post a couple of weeks ago, but I don’t think anyone picked up on my hints, lol.
So, if you don’t already know the supplements to shore up your immune system, and how to get HCQ, here you go:
The HCQ which you can get via telehealth consult is only taken if you have Covid, as well as the baby aspirin. The others are preventative.
Supplements: Vitamin C 1000 mg daily and Vitamin D3 5,000 IU daily ZINC. Quecertin dose is 500 mg, and is a separate product. Take a baby aspirin a day too.
These meds can help even if you already have Covid, if you keep them on hand. A product on Amazon called Immune Defense has all of those, plus Elderberry, Ginger, Turmeric, and Echinacea, but doesn’t have the Quercetin.
Pregnant or nursing women,shouldn’t take Quercetin, and should consult pharmacist about the other supplements. Anyone on any other meds, should not take Quercetin or other supplements without checking with pharmacist about drug interactions.
People who took the shot may benefit from these as well. 80% of new cases of Covid are happening in those who took the vax. In the unvaxxed, it is possible they have been exposed by now and have developed natural immunity. Do your own research.
By the way. Most doctors just know what drug sales reps tell them about meds. Look for a compounding pharmacist near you. They are usually the ones who know Big Pharma is corruot, and will be most apt to be willing to prescribe, or point you to a source of help. If you have any questions or concerns about meds, it’s ok to ask your doc, but Pharmacists have to stay up on the very latest research. A compounding pharmacist usually has a Phd level education. They’re pretty serious, committed, and informed. That’s my suggestion for what it’s worth.