Where Can I Get Ivermectin

A common item on the mind of the health-conscious consumer who is in the know on all treatments Covid is Ivermectin. There are multitudes of studies and health care professionals that attest to the effectiveness of Ivermectin in treating Covid. The question on everyone’s mind, though, is “where can I get Ivermectin?”

Let’s consider what Ivermectin is, what the health care providers who promote it say about why they consider it a viable treatment in the arsenal of weapons against Covid, and why you might be on the list of people who want to have some.

What is Ivermectin?

According to Wikipedia,

Ivermectin (/ˌaɪvərˈmɛktɪn/EYE-vər-MEK-tin) is an antiparasiticdrug.[6] After its discovery in 1975,[7] its first uses were in veterinary medicine to prevent and treat heartworm and acariasis.[8] Approved for human use in 1987,[9] today it is used to treat infestations including head licescabiesriver blindness (onchocerciasis), strongyloidiasistrichuriasisascariasis and lymphatic filariasis.[8][10][11][12] It works through many mechanisms to kill the targeted parasites,[10] and can be taken orally, or applied to the skin for external infestations.[10][13] It belongs to the avermectin family of medications.[10]

From Wikipedia

It was actually discovered in a soil sample in Japan but has been developed now in labs and used around the world for many treatments. Even the NIH speaks highly of it as a “wonder drug” of sorts.

There are few drugs that can seriously lay claim to the title of ‘Wonder drug’, penicillin and aspirin being two that have perhaps had greatest beneficial impact on the health and wellbeing of Mankind. But ivermectin can also be considered alongside those worthy contenders, based on its versatility, safety and the beneficial impact that it has had, and continues to have, worldwide—especially on hundreds of millions of the world’s poorest people.

From the NIH website

It is ironic that the same Wikipedia article above speaks so unfavorably about Ivermectin as a treatment for Covid-19. But there are some doctors who have been using it specifically for that purpose, and they report that they do so with great success.

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Whether it accomplishes that task or not is something for you to discuss with your healthcare provider (because I am not one and I don’t give medical advice). I’m merely passing on information that I am aware of to those who find it of interest for whatever ideas come to mind.

But one medical doctor of great interest who claims to have treated many thousands of patients over the last couple years (using drugs like ivermectin and hydroxichloriquine, among others) is Dr. Zalenko.

Enter Dr. Zalenko

If you’ve not heard of Dr. Vladimir Zalenko, you need to know about this gentleman. He is a Jewish doctor in New York with a practice in family medicine for over 20 years.

Dr. Zalenko on Covid

Dr. Zalenko has successfully treated many thousands of patients with Covid, with a 99% survival rate of high risk Covid patients over the last couple years

Dr. Zalenko on Ivermectin

To give you an idea of his rate of effectiveness in treating patients with ivermectin and hydroxichloroquine among other things, consider this excerpt from an article at “Citizen’s Journal.”

When New York state physician Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko drew the attention of President Trump back in the spring of 2020 with a simple protocol of cheap, proven, widely available drugs for COVID-19 that included hydroxychloroquine, he had successfully treated more more than 350 patients, with only one needing hospitalization.

Nearly two years later, amid continued government and media suppression of early treatments, Zelenko told WND in a video interview that he and his team have administered what is now know as the Zelenko Protocol to more than 7,000 COVID patients, with only three deaths.

From Citizen’s Journal

So now, consider Dr. Zalenko on Quercitin – a “substitute” for ivermectin

According to Dr. Zalenko, quercetin has an effect similar to ivermectin, though not as strong an effect. That is, it is a useful agent for getting the zinc into the cell so the zinc can keep the virus from entering it. Not the silver bullet that ivermectin is, but it gets the job done.

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Or, in the doctor’s words, “by way of an analogy, consider quercetin a .22 calibre pistol and ivermectin as a .50 calibre machine gun.”

Better the hand gun that you have than the machine gun you can’t get if you have to kill something. It works rather well and it’s available.

Here Dr. Zalenko explain it in his own words, in context.

Aim for an eagle, bag a pheasant; but you won’t eat crow.

By the way, if you did want to try to obtain ivermectin (for whatever reason – say, treating parasites in your horses or something)….

You might want to check out this web site for information on the drug. Please be aware, I’m not promoting ivermectin as a cure or treatment. I am not a health care practitioner. If you are going to try to pursue something like this as a course of treatment for anything, you need to do it on the advice of a healthcare professional. But if you’re curious, check out Offshore Drug Mart. I have been told they are a great source for all your prescription needs – even the hard to get ones.

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