That Doesn’t Require One To Be Injected By The Deadly Faux Vaxx!
The residents of a nursing home in Spain (with a median age of 80 years) endured a would-be devastating 100% infection rate without suffering a single loss of life or even a single hospitalization. I reproduce the therapeutic regimen which saved them all below. Read the whole story at THE MARKET TICKER because GloboHomo’s Coporate News Networks have not covered it. It might dissuade some from taking the Jab, don’t ya know!
1. Early start of treatment, regardless of the severity of patient symptoms.
– Antihistamines every 12 h: dexchlorpheniramine 2 mg, cetirizine 10 mg or loratadine 10 mg.
2. Patients with mild or recent-onset symptoms (cough, fever, general malaise, anosmia, polymyalgia):
– Azithromycin 500 mg orally every 24 h for 3 days if there is rapid improvement, and for 6 days if the duration of symptoms is prolonged.
– If pain or fever, acetaminophen 650 mg/6–8 h.
– Nasal washing and gargling with sodium bicarbonate water (half a glass of warm water with half a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate).3. If symptoms of severity (dyspnea, breathing difficulty, mild or moderate chest pain, with SpO2 <80%, heart rate >100 beats per minute at any time of the process): – Antihistamines + Azithromycin (see mild treatment management)
– Levofloxacin 500 mg/12 h, up to 14 days of antibiotic treatment from diagnosis.
– Mepifilin solution, 50 mg/8 h as a bronchodilator, until subjective improvement. Patients with previous lung disease (asthma or COPD) used their usual bronchodilators. – If the patient experienced increased breathing difficulty, prednisone 1 mg/kg/day divided into two doses until clinical improvement, and then it was slowly tapered down. 4. Prophylactic treatment for close contacts, including all asymptomatic residents: – Antihistamines at the same dose as symptomatic patients.
Ed 9/25 11:30 – Reformatted the cut section; it got mangled by the forum. Still not what I’d like in terms of formatting, but at least it’s readable now… and one typo corrected.
Look at that top line.
Cetrizine is otherwise known as Zyrtec. Loratadine is otherwise known as Claritin. Dexchlorpheniramine is not often-used in the US anymore, but it used to be. The other two core drugs were Azithromycin and Levofloxacin, both common antibiotics with the first being the infamous “Zpak” from the HCQ+Zinc+Zpak combination that a fraudulent study was used to discredit.
Both of the first two antihistamines are available over the counter in most nations including the United States. The dosing they used is twice that on the label. The two antibiotics are both available anywhere for little money.