On July 2, 2020, a new research study was released that, once again, re-confirmed the safety of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ).
It was published in The International Journal of Infectious Diseases publication, This study confirmed what we already knew – that hydroxychloroquine, with or without the antibiotic azithromycin, reduced death from COVID 19 when compared to using no medication at all.
All these studies make it clear that HCQ is not used for people with heart disease, and, it should be used under a doctor’s care, but your doc should know this if they’re on their game.
Colds, the Flu, and COVID 19
HCQ just might be a cure for the common cold and for the flu, and it’s been in front of us all this time.
And all for around $11.00 a bottle.
This is great news, and can save thousands of lives.
You’ve heard this great news, right?
How HCQ Works
HCQ does 2 primary things in your body:
- HCQ destroys the sugar lining on the outside of your cell walls; viruses are attracted to the sugar lining on your cells, so if it’s not there, the virus has nothing to attach to;
- HCQ raises your pH levels to be more alkaline; viruses cannot survive in an alkaline environment.
A cold, the flu and COVID 19 are all forms of the coronavirus. So, if HCQ helps cure one, why can’t it help cure them all? If these facts apply to COVID 19, shouldn’t this apply to the common cold and the flu?
Your body uses this quinine-based drug in the same way any time you use it – read above again. The drug has a code that “speaks” to your body, telling it how to assimilate it.
This is how all drugs are supposed to work.
So, when you take HCQ, your body processes it on the cellular level.
Viruses, any virus, will try to enter your cells and, hence, infect them. But, if the environment isn’t available for the virus to penetrate the cell, then drugs, like HCQ, should stop it.
I’ve been researching COVID 19 since it first appeared in the USA. I focus on the facts and data that come from reputable sources, but even those have disappointed, such as the bogus hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) research published, and then retracted, in the Lancet.
Dr. Marcus Zervos co-authored the study, and pointed out in the paper that the study did not apply to patients treated outside of the hospital; all patients should work with a medical doctor, as all drug treatments should be done.
Makes sense to me. I think it makes sense to your body, too.
A Repeated Pattern
When I was researching the dangers of aspartame and the diet sweeteners in the early 1990s, I didn’t have access to the world-wide-web like I do today.
That’s a good thing and a bad thing, actually.
When I was chasing down the aspartame documents, I spoke directly with the researchers, victims, Senators, and government agencies, and I got paper copies of all the documents. There was no debate about the research history – I held the proof in my hands.
Today, there are articles instantly available on the web with the click of a button – the actual research, cold-case facts, opinions, editorials, and propaganda.
How do you know what’s real and what’s mis-information?
- follow the researchers for whom you believe in;
- continue to keep going down the rabbit holes; never stop questioning and researching;
- stay optimistic and focus on the solutions.
This new research makes me very optimist because this means HCQ could cure the common cold and the flu in the same way it can save lives exposed to the coronavirus.
Saving lives is the focus, and then reopening our cities and states will follow.
Coronavirus Isn’t New
Coronaviruses aren’t new. They’re a large family of viruses that have been around for a very long time; actually, 7 strains of human coronaviruses have been identified. Most of them simply cause sniffles and a cough, aka the common cold.
Before the COVID outbreak, doctors thought that coronaviruses only caused mild respiratory infections.
COVID 19 is the most recent coronavirus disease called SARS-CoV-2. It IS a nasty strain of the coronavirus, no doubt. But after all the politics are removed from this health issue and potential cures are released … hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) can help save thousand of lives.
Yes, it was approved, then disapproved, only to be re-approved again.
To all the medical doctors and health practitioners who have known from the very beginning that HCQ could help save lives, let’s consider its positive effects for the common cold and the flu in the future.
Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine have been proven time and again to effectively inhibit coronaviruses, and this includes the recent COVID 19.
Here’s to your health, and never stop researching, questioning, and going down the rabbit hole for answers that have been held hostage for decades.
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