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October 20, 2020 8:50 pm  #1

Revisiting Hydroxychloroquine

Revisiting Hydroxychloroquine
There is substantial evidence to suggest that the drug is effective in treating Covid-19. Why are we not trying it?

This stuff has to be used in combination with an antibiotic to be effective, or so THEY say, and so far the only antibiotic they've talked about is azithromycin (commonly referred to as a "Z-pack").  I cannot take the stuff, so they'll have to come up with some substitutes or I'm left with just the HCQ. 

On the other hand, I also take daily D3 and K2, quercetin and zinc, and every OTHER DAY I add magnesium and B6. I cannot take magnesium (nor any form of Vitamin C) on a daily basis because, sadly, it gives me the scoots.  I may try the liposomal vitamin C and see what happens but wow - it's spendy stuff.

A government which robs Peter to
pay Paul can always depend on
the support of Paul.
-- George Bernard Shaw

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