Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Ivermectin--now the compounding pharmacy is putting people on a long wait list


Meanwhile, Pfizer is trialling a drug which works just like the protease inhibitor action of ivermectin.

But my patients are having a hard time accessing ivermectin.  Now the compoounding pharmacy cannot get it.  Who is stopping the distributors from passing the drug on to the pharmacies?  Why are people taking this suppression lying down?  You are being denied life-saving drugs.  This is a really good reason to march on Washington, circle the capitol, burn effigies of Fauci.  Camp out at your Senators' and Reps' offices.  This disaster is hitting everyone, rich and poor.  Only we can stop it.  I hear daily of relatives dying in hospitals, untreated except for oxygen.  This is insane.

None of the criminals has been held accountable yet.  It is past time the faux doctors in DC had to face the music.  It is their machinations that are behind this.

And then our President Biden needs to be given a mental status exam.  Can he subtract seven from 100?  He is a puppet, barely propped up, barely able to read a teleprompter.  He needs to go.  And then what?  I guess it is time to see how the widely despised Kamala will perform.

Another frustrating end to the day when my Covid patients cannot get the drugs they desperately need.

Update Sept. 29:  One reader wrote:  "Your patients can get Ivermectin.  I got some from seven cells, listed first on the FLCC alliance website “where to get Ivermectin.”  I paid a $25 consultation fee and just answered some multiple choice questions."  But let me add, a month ago you could get it anywhere.  Now, the distributors are only dribbling out a few pills here and there.  It is very hard to find.

There are other sources listed.  I’m not sick,  but bought it in case I need it.


Anonymous said...

I’ve read a lot of posts at various sites by people that say they bought Ivermectin online from other countries. The countries that sell it over the counter. I’m afraid to do that because I wouldn’t know how to tell if it was real or fake. I think I’d rather take my chances with horse paste if it’s made in the US.

Anonymous said...

Check your local feed stores. Some of the more remote locations still have the Ivermectin horse paste. A molecule is a molecule.

Anonymous said...

Ann Barnhardt has instructions on how to use veterinary ivermectin:


Anonymous said...

We are cowards. We will never do anything to defend our freedom. Too many people are on their own program. Saving their own skin. Trying to finish degrees. Saving their own pensions. The constant attacks on the people involved in the Jan6 fiasco sealed it. We will lose and in our cowardice we deserve too lose. The Australians are fighting back but in small numbers. And they had been on strict lockdown for 18 months or so before they even started pushing back. Just look at the above comments. Those posts as much as admit it. They would rather go find some horse paste at the farmers union and hide then stand up for themselves. We are doomed.

Anonymous said...

"Ann Barnhardt has instructions on how to use veterinary ivermectin:"

There are many factual errors in those instructions. The sheep drench is a perfectly serviceable oral formulation of ivermectin for use in ... er, other mammals. In fact, the dosing instructions on the label for sheep are directly applicable to ... er, other mammals in the same weight range, aiming to take the same dosage (0.2 mg/kg bodyweight). Double the recommended volume for an ivermectin dosage of 0.4 mg/kg, and so on.

We (veterinarians) learned early on that injectable formulations of ivermectin are not well absorbed when used orally (e.g., cattle injection given orally to horses). The injectable formulations are specifically designed for the intramuscular environment and they don't do well in the very different environment of the gut (much lower concentration of solutes, huge swings in acidity, subject to microbial degradation, etc.).

Here is an article, written by an equine veterinarian who is also an experienced researcher and medical writer, on using veterinary formulations of ivermectin in ... er, other mammals: