As the debate continues between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated, there is a huge, empty space that exists between them. There is a question that goes unnoticed; and that is, “What happens between the masking and the hospital?”
It is the unspeakable….Treatments for Covid 19 infection.
Dr. Peter McCollough of Baylor University Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas recently appeared in a video where he spoke about the unspeakable. Dr. McCollough is a real doctor that specializes in cardiac care and has a real practice with real patients. He’s not some TV doctor like Sanjay Grupta or Dr. Fauci that specializes in TV appearances spewing an unbelievable amount of flip-flopping information. Any information that goes against these doctors and the recommendations of the CDC is considered “selling snake oil” and immediately shut down by the media and Big Tech.
When Covid 19 first entered the United States in January of 2019, it was total chaos. What we have since learned about Covid 19 (SARS2) prevention is now coming out. As Dr. McCollough explained, there are 4 pillars of disease progression:
- Slowing the spread, or flattening the curve
- Treating the virus early
- In-Hospital care
- Herd Immunity or immunization
The only ones we hear about are #1, #3, and #4. What happened to #2?
That’s the one they don’t want you to know about. Let’s be real. Everyone has thought about it, so why is no one talking about it? Because they don’t want you to know anything other than what they tell you, which is Mass Vaccination is the only way to end the pandemic. How dare anyone talk about alternative treatments and medicine! Their biggest fear is an educated class.
Early in the pandemic, everything was shut down. Businesses, schools, and even doctors’ offices were closed. As it turns out, this was the worst thing we could have done…locking people in their homes in the middle of winter with a virus. As a result, may people perished.
So where is a positive Covid patient supposed to get treatment?
After a positive Covid test, the patient is sent home or stays home to quarantine. Are they sent home with medication? If so, what medication? There are several anti-viral medications that have superb success in reducing viral replication. The two medications at the top of the list are Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin, both which have been called “snake oil treatments”. There are also other anti-viral drugs that have been proven to reduce viral load and shorten recovery time such as Remdesiver which has been used in the treatment of Ebola, MERS, SARS1, and HEP C.
Remember when President Trump was first diagnosed with Covid? He was immediately treated with HCQ, Remdesiver, and eventually Regeneron. He recovered in only a few days. So, why can’t those medications be made available to ALL who want to take them? Because they want you to believe that their way is the only way.
You may have recently read the study in India where “Ivermectin was given to all citizens in the state of Uttar Pradesh in defiance of being told by the World Health Organization to stop using it. Uttar beat all other states (except Bihar) with the lowest COVID deaths and infections because of early and preventative Ivermectin use IN ALL FAMILY CONTACTS. This is despite Uttar Pradesh having only a 4.9% vaccination rate, one of the five lowest of all states in India.”
Why Is All This Information Kept from Us?
It’s out there if you want to look for it, but you got to go down rabbit holes to find it, so I did it for you. Here are a few things you can do to help your body resist contracting Covid.
Your Immune System and How to Protect It
Your body has two basic immune systems: Adaptive and Innate. Your adaptive immune system is your internal system that provides your body with defense cells such as T-cells and B-cells which are both made in the bone marrow and have memory.
The innate immune system is your “body armor” against viruses and bacteria, namely your skin, nose, throat, mouth and stomach that protect your body from invasion. You can protect your immune system by taking supplements containing zinc, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Calcium and sometimes blood thinners when recommended by your doctor. Most Covid deaths are caused by blood clots as a direct result of the virus.
Other ways to protect yourself from Covid is Prevention—lose weight if you need to, keep fit, and take your supplements. You should also pay attention to keeping your nose and mouth clean and healthy.
Other Facts about Covid19
- Asymptomatic people cannot spread Covid. Covid is spread by infected people with symptoms such as a cough and runny nose. Stay away from them.
- If you have had Covid 19 (SARS2) and recovered, you can never get it again. There have been no reported recurring cases of SARS1 from 17 years ago in people who recovered from SARS1.
- Patients who recovered from Covid were excluded in the vaccine clinical trials. So why are they still ignoring natural immunity?
- The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines lose their efficacy after 120 days. Not so much for the J&J.
- All three vaccines only work in the Adaptive Immune system and not the Innate. Only natural recovery from Covid protects both.
- The vaccines do not make you immune to Covid 19. They only reduce the symptoms and viral load.
If you contract Covid 19, you must ask for treatment immediately to speed up your recovery! There are treatments available to you if you ask for them. However, you may be met with some resistance, but don’t forget President Trump passed the “Right to Try” Act.
Your choice to get vaccinated against Covid 19 is still your choice for now. Just before the publication of this article, the FDA voted 16-2 to no boosters because of insufficient data. They would rather use data from India and Israel. Go figure…
References used to prepare this article:
Birchman.org: One on One with Dr. Mcollough
New England Journal of Medicine