If you are reluctant to get the Covid vaccine, (yes) there is a new cure that is now being issued by the front line doctors (Ivermectin). A simple inexpensive pill that is available at all pharmacies. You can use it as a prophylactic or a cure if you get covid and avoid the terrible side effects of the vaccines. While the world is on a vaccine frenzy, distributing a home Covid Kit with Zinc, Doxycycline and Ivermectin. So called dangerous vaccine changes your DNA: Warning to watch this: Just Updated
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The Story of Sam Dann
The Story of Sam Dann…….Sam Dann is the poster boy for what COVID can do to a muscular, active 41-year-old and regular jogger. Like many other patients, he was sent home after a positive test last July with the advice to “drink Gatorade and take Tylenol.”
Over the next months, “I went through an absolute living hell,” he told me, that was worse than three tours in Iraq.
After the initial bout of infection, he experienced crippling fatigue, anxiety, sleeplessness and nightmares, uncontrollable tremors, a racing heartbeat, and an inability to think straight or recall basic information. He could not work.
Some six months into his grueling odyssey, Dann went to Dr. Bruce Boros, a Key West, Florida, cardiologist and urgent care center owner who, after treating about 200 patients with ivermectin, is now offering it prophylactically. There, Dann got a 10-day prescription for ivermectin.
The vertigo went away almost immediately. The tremors calmed. The nights were difficult but gradually improved. The pain went from 8, on a scale of 10, to 1 to 3. “I still get weird feelings here and there,” he told me, “but I’m nowhere where I used to be.”
Despite stories like this, every day in the United States and elsewhere, we are minting new long-haul patients just like Sam Dann. Said Dann, “There are a lot of dead people because they refused to acknowledge this drug’s usage.”
Santin’s advice to doctors who unquestioningly follow COVID protocols is this:
“Use your brain. If your patient is dying, change something, try to do something more.”
Of ivermectin, he said, “It’s safe, it’s cheap and it works.”