- Super Immune QuickStart – one scoop per day
- Vitamin D3 – take enough to get you blood levels over 50ng/ml. Start with 5000 units per day.
- Vitamin K2 – take 15mg per day or 150mcgm of vitamin K (MK-7)
- Vitamin A 25,000 – take 1/week.
- Melatonin 60mg – 1 at bedtime
- Have on hand the following. You can get this from our clinic store:
- A nebulizer, special hydrogen peroxide solution, and zinc acetate lozenges. You can get all these from the clinic. Also, have some vitamin C 1000mg capsules. At the very first signs of a flu, start the following:
- Rest and fluids and 1000mg of vitamin C, 4x/day.
- Put 3cc of the special Hydrogen peroxide solution into the nebulizer and breathe this every waking hour for the first two days. Once it is obvious that you are getting over the infection, you can decrease to 4x/day until you are over the infection.
- Zinc acetate lozenges – take 1 every 2 waking hours until you are over the infection.
- Hydrocortisone 20mg – will have to get this from a doctor. Take 1 every morning.
- If you have an immune deficiency, are on immune suppressive medications, or if you are not much better after two days, consult a doctor who can give you MAH blood ozone therapy followed by 25 grams of IV Vitamin C on 2-3 consecutive days. Continue the above between these IVs. You can find one at www.oxygenhealingtherapies.com.
- Additionally, although the data on the medication Ivermectin is not conclusive, it does kill COVID-19 in culture, and has been used very successfully in clinical trials against COVID infections. It is an anti-parasite drug that has been around for years, it is very safe, and relatively inexpensive. You will need a prescription from a doctor to get this. The reported dose recommendations are: a single dose of 200 µg/kg $30), with repeat dosing on days 3 and 7 if needed. In one study of hospitalized patients, 13 patients received a second dose. Ninety percent of the ivermectin group and 97% of the usual care group received hydroxychloroquine (the majority received hydroxychloroquine in conjunction with azithromycin). Dr Kylie Wagstaff, who led the study, said “We found that even a single dose could essentially remove all viral RNA by 48 hours and that even at 24 hours there was a really significant reduction in it.