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John Burns
Posted 3/25/2021 10:24 (#8914826 - in reply to #8914552)
Subject: RE: Ivermectin and covid question

Pittsburg, Kansas
That is interesting. Thanks for the report.

We will never know how either outcome would have been had they not been taking ivermectin.

Most of the protocols promote also taking vitamin D and vitamin C and the latest ones Quercertain (sp) too.

Hope everyone stays well. So far wife and I have and been taking it since mid December every two weeks. Each had sniffles at different times and took one extra dose at one week interval. So far so good.

Ivermectin works in two ways. Early during the infection (first week or 10 days) it aids in preventing viral replication. So it helps keep the virus from multiplying uninhibited. After that the virus is no longer the problem but the body's response to the viral debris (as I understand it). At that point ivermection provides some anti inflamatory benefit. It is also the latter period when steroids are beneficial as I understand it.
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