We’ve seen many reports including some from our readers promoting this prescription medicine as a cure for the China virus, rather than its use as a treatment for certain parasitic infections such as roundworm in humans.

Ivermectin is also used for animals although the dosage strength is completely different (animals such as horses have a much greater mass than humans) and some animal ones have insecticide included.

While the American FDA says it hasn’t reviewed any data to support the use of prescription ivermectin to treat or prevent Cv, they’ve stated that initial research is underway.

Just as we must be cautious about possible negative effects on people of the extremely rushed experimental treatments touted as vaccines, we need to be cautious about this too. The information wars between proponents and opponents of both are intense, and often those who promote one are the same who oppose the other.

However, there is plenty of evidence that Ivermectin works for the China virus, and well.

Source: https://joannenova.com.au/
Similar graphs have been produced for other countries. See the BFD link (1) below.

from Roger Dewhurst

Many countries are using Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine for treatment and prophylaxis of covid19. Both are very cheap and have been used safely for decades. Quinine was the precursor of Hydroxychlorquine. It come from the bark of the cinchona bush found in Ceylon. Possibly the beneficial effects on malaria were discovered by natives using the twigs as toothbrushes. Colonial British were using quinine at least a century ago, putting it in their afternoon gin! Tonic water is currently available with traces of quinine in it from our supermarkets. Now our government, recently I believe, has made Hydroxychloroquine unavailable except on the recommendation of a specialist. A specialist in what? Malaria? How many of those are there here?

The reality is that if a person has been infected with covid-19 his or her chances of getting this proven treatment are nil. Who has done that? Jacinda Ardern. Why? Pfizer anticipates selling about eight million doses of its vaccine at about $25 or more per shot. Draw your own conclusions.


from Sam M

Here is very interesting research and comment on the development of Covid responses is discussed in an easily understandable manner by John Campbell, a retired Nurse Teacher and A&E nurse based in England.

The first link describes the widespread use of Ivermectin in 3 countries: Mexico, Peru and India.

Mexico researchers found that an invermectin medical kit given en masse to patients who’d tested positive in Mexico City had a negative, significant, and robust effect on their odds of being hospitalized.

The final discussion is about the Uttar Pradesh government who were first to introduce a large-scale “prophylactic and therapeutic” use of Ivermectin, and found lower positivity and fatality rates may be attributed to the large-scale use of Ivermectin use.

Another video by John Campbell questions the use of mass testing and the ineffective use of vaccinating children as covid on its own in paediatrics is not the problem.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhRb5hnTseU

The data suggests that it seems inevitable that everyone is going to catch the covid virus, so he asks the question, what is the point in carrying on mass testing? The latest information suggests that two vaccine doses is probably as low as 50% protective and we are not going to reach herd immunity as the delta variant can affect people already vaccinated, echoing yesterday’s statement by the NSW premier that it’s impossible to eliminate the Delta strain.

While the videos are discussed in the context of the English health system, the thought provoking and challenging comments apply to everyone and are a must-see for anybody interested in the state of Covid in the world.


Anecdotal accounts on the BFD — 1. 2. and 3.

Frontline Cv Critical Care Alliance Prevention & Treatment Protocols link


And the risks?

No prescription medicine is risk free, including Ivermectin. This webpage seems to list all of the possible side effects and contra-indications.

However, the risks, if used at the proper doctor prescribed doses, should at the very least be no greater than the ‘vaccines’ and are probably less.