Covid early treatments

  • Independent physicians and information on COVID prevention and early treatment

    Prevent illness, take care of yourself

    Taking care of your immune system and your overall health is the most important thing you can do to prevent upper respiratory infections, or any illness. I try to eat lots of protein, fiber, fruits, vegetables, good fats, whole grains, but minimize carbs. I try to drink lots of pure water. I take Vitamin C 1000mg/day, Vit. D 5000iu/day (blood level should be between 40-100), Quercitin 500mg/day and Zinc 25-50mg/day. That’s in addition to B12, Vit K2, Krill Oil, and some other additional supplements. I try to exercise 30 minutes/day. And perhaps even more important, I aim to maintain my friendships, family relationships, a positive attitude, and a close relationship to God.

    Plan ahead for if you get sick

    But even with the best of care, you or a loved one may become ill with a cold, flu, covid variant, or other infection. It is best to have an individualized plan ready to obtain early treatments. For a good overview: Outpatient treatments for Covid 19 reviewed:

    Then if you or a loved one start getting symptoms of upper respiratory infection–cough, fever, stuffy nose, sore throat, shortness of breath, fatigue, body aches, headache, nausea, vomiting, loss of taste or smell, you can start treating it right away.

    Ivermectin is a good, safe anti-viral that is helpful against many viruses, not just covid or its variants. It is best to start on HCQ and/or Ivermectin in the first 1-5 days of onset of symptoms. The following websites can help you find a doctor who is willing to prescribe these early treatments and pharmacies that will fill the prescription. The Front Line Critical Care Consortium below lists 200 pharmacies from whom you can obtain these medicines, for example. Many of the doctors listed here have published protocols for treatment at home as well.

    Ideally, you can find an independent minded health care provider near your home that you can trust and see in person as needed. But many people no longer trust their former doctors, who seem to have sacrificed individualized patient care for the one-size-fits-all policies of the government. One way to check your doctor’s attitude towards individualized care is to ask him about early treatments, and another way is to ask about informed consent for vaccines (see Appendix C in my book). We are collecting names of independent minded physicians for the San Diego area on this website. Perhaps you can start a list of these kinds of doctors in your area. And by the way, America’s Frontline Doctors have announced they plan to open clinics all over the country in 2022.

    Stay out of the hospital

    If at all possible, try to stay out of the hospital. Hospitals have been financially incentivized to implement the one-size-fits all government protocol which includes putting patients on ventilators too early and the highly controversial, experimental drug remdesivir. I know two people personally who have experienced these protocols, one of whom died. Dr. Bryan Artis speaks out about these. The Desert Review and the Truth for Health Foundation have investigated these matters: Hospital Death Camps Exposed

    Brian and I personally have had a good experience with the doctors with this telemedicine service. We received good care at home and got the needed medicines. These doctors are recommended by America’s Frontline Doctors:

    For more information:

    Association of American Physicians and Surgeons

    America’s Frontline Doctors 

    Front Line Critical Care Consortium

    Truth for Health Foundation

    Dr. Vladimir Zelenko (protocols)

    How to find a doctor that will prescribe HCQ and Ivermectin:

    Directory of Doctors Prescribing Outpatient COVID-19 Therapy