MemberMay 8, 2021 at 12:52 pm
Is Dr. Pierre Kory going to be arrested and imprisoned? Dr. Kory’s statement on ivermectin, according to Google is
content that contradicts WHO or local health authorities’ guidance on:
“If you take it you will not get sick.” Dr. Kory related the information contained in a very recent study about the use of ivermectin from Argentina. He said, “They prophylaxed 800 health care workers, not one got sick. In the 400 that didn’t prophylax, 59% or 237 of those 400 got sick.”
Ivermectin and “Vitamin” D
…have a synergistic effect and enhance the immune system, therefore having as much place in a COVID-19 cure and an ending of the spread of SARS-CoV-2 and variants as the vaccine campaign?
Ivermectin, an anti-parasitic drug, can also attach to the receptor binding domain of the viral spike protein, blocking its connection with ACE2. In randomized trials, ivermectin was shown to prevent transmission of SARS-CoV-2 to health care workers and family members in contact with patients who have Covid-19.
Vitamin D has to be one of science’s most misunderstood vitamins. For a start, it is not actually a vitamin, but a prohormone, which means that it is converted into a hormone by our body.
Why should YOU say that something that is synergistic with the immune system and is essential to immune function “is not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure” COVID-19?
“The enumeration in the Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”
But Congress has passed a cumbersome, unconstitutional Act,
Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994
Public Law 103-417
I will post an excerpt at the bottom.
The term “dietary supplement” –
“(1) means a product (other than tobacco) intended to supplement the
diet that bears or contains one or more of the following dietary ingredients:
“(A) a vitamin;
“(B) a mineral;
“(C) an herb or other botanical;
“(D) an amino acid;
“(E) a dietary substance for use by man to supplement the diet by increasing
the total dietary intake; or
“(F) a concentrate, metabolite, constituent, extract, or combination
of any ingredient described in clause (A), (B), (C), (D), or (E);
“(2) means a product that –
“(A)(i) is intended for ingestion in a form described in section 411(c)(1)(B)(i);
“(ii) complies with section 411(c)(1)(B)(ii);
“(B) is not represented for use as a conventional food or as a sole
item of a meal or the diet; and
“(C) is labeled as a dietary supplement; and
“(3) does –
“(A) include an article that is approved as a new drug under section
505, certified as an antibiotic under section 507, or licensed as a biologic
under section 351 of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 262) and
was, prior to such approval, certification, or license, marketed as a
dietary supplement or as a food unless the Secretary has issued a regulation,
after notice and comment, finding that the article, when used as or in
a dietary supplement under the conditions of use and dosages set forth
in the labeling for such dietary supplement, is unlawful under section
“(B) not include –
“(i) an article that is approved as a new drug under section 505,
certified as an antibiotic under section 507, or licensed as a biologic
under section 351 of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 262),
“(ii) an article authorized for investigation as a new drug, antibiotic,
or biological for which substantial clinical investigations have been
instituted and for which the existence of such investigations has been
which was not before such approval, certification, licensing, or authorization
marketed as a dietary supplement or as a food unless the Secretary, in the
Secretary’s discretion, has issued a regulation, after notice and comment,
finding that the article would be lawful under this Act.
MemberMay 13, 2021 at 11:55 am
What’s in a name?
Panax Ginseng consumption has been considered to improve overall health,
reduce the susceptibility to illness, and promote longevity, as its
name “panax” means “cure-all” in Greek.
Eric Nepute, D.C., made a video about Vitamin D in 2017, long before COVID-19 became the lightning rod of calling out people for fake cures. The lawsuit is over words and advertising about whether Vitamin D worked better than a vaccine…
United States of America, Plaintiff v. Quickwork LLC, a limited
liability company also d/b/a Wellness Warrior, and Eric Anthony Nepute,
individually and as owner of QuickWork LLC, Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number:
Civil Action Number:
Eastern District of Missouri
In April 2021, the FTC charged St. Louis-based chiropractor Eric Anthony Nepute and his company Quickwork LLC with violating the COVID-19 Consumer Protection Act and the Federal Trade Commission Act, by deceptively marketing products containing vitamin D and zinc as scientifically proven to treat or prevent COVID-19. This is the first such case in which the agency has sought civil penalties.
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF THE REVERSE STATEMENT WAS LAW?
” It is libellous to make unequivocal statements that a product cannot diagnose, prevent, treat or cure disease when real-world evidence and real-world data has shown otherwise”
“*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure,
or prevent any disease.”
So Eric Nepute said that his product could possibly prevent, treat or cure COVID-19?
Did that become a crime because of unconstitutional laws?
Why would a company like Shaklee Corporation sell “Triple Defense Boost” WITHOUT the INTENT to treat, cure, or prevent a human ailment? Make money?
Shaklee’s product has Vitamin D/Vitamin C/Zinc/Quercetin/Etc. but is careful to toe the line about claims of helping your COVID-19 symptoms.
<div>7 Patents/Patents Pending
The botanical blend in Triple Defense Boost has seven patents/patents pending
3x Increase in Natural
Killer Cell Activity
3x increase in Natural Killer cell activity by the immune-boosting blend*<sup>†</sup>
5.8x Increase in Critical Immune Cells
The immune-boosting blend increases the proliferation of other critical immune cells by 5.8x*<sup>†</sup>
Power your immune system with a great-tasting berry-flavored drink mix,
packed with vitamins C and D, zinc, plant-based adaptogens, elderberry,
and more. Supports, boosts, and defends your immune system, with
ingredients shown to boost Natural Killer cell activity by 3x and
critical immune cells by 5.8x
How can they make such specific claims and why do they, if they are forced by Congress to have to make a false confession that the product is “not intended” to do anything that useful? Maybe just an assist to your better health, but not, heaven forbid — “diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure” — disease?
Why is Dr. Kory’s free speech suppressed and misconstrued by Science Based Medicine Org., for real-world evidence-based testimonials and clinical trials that show that ivermectin can prevent the spread of SARS-CoV2?
“Ivermectin is to SARS-CoV-2 as glyohosate is to dandelion weeds”
Does Roundup (glyphosate)by Monsanto… prevent, treat, or cure weeds from growing? Yes…
And Bayer owns Monsanto, who in turn owns the seeds that produce the plants that many of the USA food products corporations sell us in a processed form.
Here is the list of companies and brands that are either owned by Monsanto, or are known to use genetically modified seeds sold by Monsanto:
Delicious Brands cookies
Loma Linda Foods
Procter & Gamble
Rice-A-Roni & Pasta Roni
Weight Watchers Smart Ones
Tombstone frozen pizza
So why does Congress write laws to force therapeutic supplement companies to DENY the INTENT to treat disease when the companies market their products?
It is not truth.
It is a statement made under threat and duress, forced testimony that is not going to stand in an honest court of Constitutional law.
Say it: ivermectin is anti-viral.
Ivermectin is the new hydroxychloroquine
Ivermectin has been touted as a potential antiviral to treat COVID-19 infections. There is no good evidence it is effective.
Scott Gavura on April 15, 2021
“Ivermectin is the New Hydroxychloroquine”…an ignorant statement.
“…With the arrival of safe and effective vaccines to prevent COVID-19,
bringing what looks like a pathway to a post-pandemic world, I wasn’t
sure if it was still worth looking at unproven COVID-19 treatments.
After all, it’s been over a year and we have much more knowledge about
what actually works to prevent and treat SARS-CoV-2 infections. But
amazingly there are still very passionate supporters of treatments that
lack any strong evidence of benefit. Ivermectin falls into that
Time to remove that month-old article, Scott.
Try this one.
[Coincidentally, VAERS database entries for COVID-19 vaccinations show that there are deaths and adverse reactions, possibly indicating that THE CDC is the granddaddy of making false claims to the public]
COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective.
Millions of people in the United States have received COVID-19
vaccines under the most intense safety monitoring in U.S. history.
CDC recommends you get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible.
Many people have reported only mild side effects after COVID-19 vaccination.
[Omission of VAERS data does harm to the credibility of the CDC]
Serious safety problems are rare
To date, the systems in place to monitor the safety of these vaccines have found only two serious types of health problems after vaccination, both of which are rare. These are anaphylaxis and thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) after vaccination with J&J/Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine.
Long-term side effects are unlikely
Serious side effects that could cause a long-term health problem are extremely unlikely following any vaccination, including COVID-19 vaccination. Vaccine monitoring has historically shown that side effects generally happen within six weeks of receiving a vaccine dose. For this reason, the FDA required each of the authorized COVID-19 vaccines to be studied for at least two months (eight weeks) after the final dose. Millions of people have received COVID-19 vaccines, and no long-term side effects have been detected.
CDC continues to closely monitor the safety of COVID-19 vaccines. If scientists find a connection between a safety issue and a vaccine, FDA and the vaccine manufacturer will work toward an appropriate solution to address the specific safety concern (for example, a problem with a specific lot, a manufacturing issue, or the vaccine itself).
Help protect yourself and others by getting vaccinated
Results returned for ivermectin trials
Must include ivermectin clinical trials Clear All
We are only including results from the COVID-19 site.
Do you want to see results from all sites?
Find interim clinical considerations for the use of COVID-19 vaccines for the prevention of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the United States.
Get Vaccinated: Find a vaccine and learn what you can do after you’re fully vaccinated. What are you looking for? × COVID-19 Risk Who is at risk for infection with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19?
But don’t take ivermectin…it doesn’t exist.
MemberMay 13, 2021 at 12:48 pm
Reporting of vaccine adverse events
<b align=”center”>From the 4/30/2021 release of VAERS data:
Found 3,837 cases where Vaccine is COVID19 and Patient Died
Adverse events that occur in a recipient following COVID-19 vaccination should be reported to VAERS. Vaccination providers are required by the FDA to report the following that occur after COVID-19 vaccination under EUA:
Vaccine administration errors
Serious adverse events
Cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome
Cases of COVID-19 that result in hospitalization or death
Reporting is encouraged for any other clinically significant adverse event, even if it is uncertain whether the vaccine caused the event. Information on how to submit a report to VAERS is available at https://vaers.hhs.govexternal icon or by calling 1-800-822-7967.
In addition, CDC has developed a new voluntary, smartphone-based tool, v-safe. This tool uses text messaging and web surveys to provide near real-time health check-ins after patients receive COVID-19 vaccination. Reports to v-safe indicating a medically significant health impact, including pregnancy, are followed up by the CDC/v-safe call center to collect additional information to complete a VAERS report, if appropriate.
At the CDC search, ivermectin does not exist…only in the past did it exist.
Could ivermectin have been used to prevent some of these VAERS reported deaths, if ivermectin existed to the CDC?
<header>Ivermectin, a new candidate therapeutic against SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19
Khan Sharun, Kuldeep Dhama, […], and Hakan Leblebicioglu
The recent report by Caly et al., describing the antiviral potential of ivermectin against the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in vitro arrive to the agenda of potential candidates for COVID-19 treatment . This discovery gave hope to the researchers who are screening for drugs that can be repurposed for treating the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
<header><b data-test=”article-title” data-article-title=””>Ivermectin, antiviral properties and COVID-19: a possible new mechanism of action
<i data-test=”journal-title”>Naunyn-Schmiedeberg’s Archives of Pharmacology <b data-test=”journal-volume”>volume 393, pages1153–1156(2020)
Ivermectin is an antiparasitic drug that has shown also an effective
pharmacological activity towards various infective agents, including
viruses. This paper proposes an alternative mechanism of action for this
drug that makes it capable of having an antiviral action, also against
the novel coronavirus
Practice compassionate therapeutic prophylaxis.
MemberMay 31, 2021 at 7:17 am
…and saying “diagnose” or “prevent” or “treat” or “cure”…
We don’t take supplements for “informational purposes only”.
“Asparagus is the highest plant-based source of glutathione. Okra is also naturally high and assists in the elimination of the mucoid plaque in the small intestines. Rice bran, high in Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) promotes the synthesis of glutathione in the body.”
The most highly educated medical minds are blinded by their own “brilliance”.
They don’t all act that way. Some doctors who see the goodness of medicine without the tyranny of following policy orders are cast out and spit on, figuratively, for being more humbly brilliant than the peer-reviewed, peer-controlled variety of Healers.
If a product promotes healing we don’t idolize it, we just use it – as in the case of Ivermectin.
But tyrannical tendencies come when Good Doctors won’t promote healing from alternatives to the pharmaceutica companies’ currently fashionable offerings.
What is the latest marketing tactic to get you to “ask your doctor about” the latest XYZ mumab drug?
Why not ask your doctor about ivermectin and fluvoxamine and glutathione?
“As reported by Natural Products Insider, 38 there are at least 1,170 NAC-containing products in the National Institutes of Health’s Dietary Supplement Label Database.”
Stand up for Dr. Mercola in this censoring, delusional, anti Ninth Amendment climate of tyrannical good intentions…
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