posted ago by partly_asian-_- ago by partly_asian-_- +57 / -0

We all know that Covid has extremely high recovery rate. However, if by chance you or someone you love have an extreme case and have to go to the hospital you need a plan since there is a good chance the hospital is not on your side.

What not to do:




What to do:

Take Vitamin C & D before you catch COVID. Get that immune system in peak shape ahead of time.

Have a stash of Ivermectin, HCQ, Zinc, Quercetin at home that you can take at first signs of being sick. Stock and shipping times can take weeks so you may not be able to find these things when you need them.

Hydrate - Lots of water

If you do go the hospital Monoclonal Antibodies (Regeneration/Regen-COV), NAC and Vitamin Drips are your friends. Ivermectin and HCQ preferably but likely the hospital will not provide them so you will need your own or a lawyer.

Oxygen at the right settings

Stand strong. If the hospital protocol is Remdesivir they will push it harder than a sleezy used car salesman. Over and over and over again. If you give in side affects may include death.

Please add to the list in the comments and definitely correct if there are things you don't agree with. These are just my guidelines.

The important thing is to have a plan just in case things go bad. Hopefully they never do.

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tracybean76 10 points ago +10 / -0

For me - I'm staying AWAY from any hospital - if it's my time to die - I will let my glorious God decide for me. God Bless Frens!

MilitaryJustice 7 points ago +7 / -0

I'm on the tracybean76 plan. No mask, no test, no vax, no worries, no fear. Trusting the Lord all the way.

rooftoptendie 4 points ago +4 / -0

Our family knows two wonderful devout Christians, super-based... but they did not think ahead to pre-order ivermectin. They tried to make their own grapefruit peel quinine at home, and took D and C and all that, but it wasn't enough. They both were near death when brought to the hospital by their kids. One of them had a deathly low oxygen saturation, literally.

They were both put on oxygen. They refused everything else offered by the hospital. They prayed, we all prayed, hundreds of people prayed for them. They are now recovered.

If they had not gone to the hospital at least one of them would be dead right now.

I know that some hospital experiences are the opposite of this. Jesus was on their side.

I just don't want us to actually lose GA family because their fears of the hospital were greater than their faith in the Lord. We all want to avoid having to go there. Like at nearly any cost... but please be very careful, fam. If you are literally dying, that is your choice what to do, but don't ever think that Jesus can't be in a hospital and decide not to go due to fear alone.

I know some people have loved ones who the hospital killed. But, I would have lost someone very dear to me if they had NOT gone.

Just please for God's sake people, buy your ivermectin ahead of time, before you need it... and it will never have to come to that anyway.

Vests123 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, I have had a similar experience with my brother being admitted to the hospital. He didn't want to go, but when he went to receive the monoclonal antibodies, they wouldn't administer it to him because his oxygen was too low.

He was admitted and given remdesivir, but wasn't put on the vent because he refused this. It was a very rough 6 days (he was in ICU for part of that time), but gratefully he started to improve after high flow oxygen and steroids along with the remdesivir. He was discharged once he started to improve and went home with oxygen.

He's now fully recovered and back to work. I don't think people should avoid the hospital if they are having a hard time breathing and need oxygen. If he had not been admitted, he may not be here today.

tracybean76 2 points ago +2 / -0

AMEN!!! :)

Iknowstuff 4 points ago +4 / -0

This ^^^ and turn of the TV, cut the cable and take the recommended vitamins and other supplements.

test_pattern 3 points ago +3 / -0

excellent list, fren. just to clarify, it's NAD+ drip (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide).

NAC (N-acetyl cysteine) is a supplement recommended with other vitamins to boost immunity - has been show effective in fighting Covid.

Monoclonal Antibodies are outpatient therapy -- once you're admitted to the hospital you won't get them. ERs are outpatient but your area may be giving Mab at Infusion Centers.

Updated guidance recommend Vitamin D at 50ng/ml. get a blood test to confirm you are taking the amount necessary to maintain that level.

show this to your friends and family:
COVID-19 Mortality Risk Correlates Inversely with Vitamin D3 Status-Mortality Rate Close to Zero Could Theoretically Be Achieved at 50 ng/mL

propertyofUniverse 2 points ago +2 / -0

I tell everyone I know to take vitamin D. It could have prevented this entire crisis on its own if everyone was above the 50ng level.

test_pattern 2 points ago +2 / -0

it's such a bombshell report -- as the data now clearly demonstrates, that if Federal governments do not revise their pandemic guidance, it proves an act of malice.

NoMoJoe2020 3 points ago +3 / -0

Just to add to the stay hydrated part. When I had covid, I couldn't drink enough water. What really helped me was having electrolytes. We had something called Reliv which is much better than Gatorade. This was really the only thing that actually helped me feel like I was getting hydrated. Have something on hand like Gatorade or pedialyte etc. I took no medicine other than vitamin C and as much water/reliv as possible. I was back to normal in 3-4 days.

SuzanneX 2 points ago +2 / -0

May I add, have a printed out protocol so if necessary caretakers will know what to give you, how much and how often.

Drpol 1 point ago +1 / -0

Where to get ivermectin?

partly_asian-_- [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

I got mine here.


Took about 4 weeks to be delivered.

ItCameOutOfACan 1 point ago +1 / -0

I would like some more clarity on "oxygen at the right setting".

I always thought it was an on or off deal.

Is there a preferred pressure, mixture, or some other variables that I am not aware of?

Kavvfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Somewhere around 2 to 2.5 litres, not more than 4 ltrs, less is better, need to watch the O2 level, patient shoukd get up & move around too if possible... we used 4 for my relative, but only short durations, I later read too much can cause edemea, fluid build up in lungs or brain, the lower setting was recommended...

partly_asian-_- [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm not in the medical field but there seems to be different levels on how much is dispensed. Too much will make you loopy and sounds like its hard on your lungs.

gobby 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good advice.

tool 0 points ago +1 / -1

I have everything you mentioned in stock, but the universal medicine is Chlorine Dioxide Solution. It's cheap, you can make it on your own, and it cures nearly everything.

EpsteinIsAlive2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

Could you perhaps share with a clueless anon the wonders of Chlorine Dioxide? I'm stocking up and want to understand this medicine.

tool 1 point ago +1 / -0



The amount of water got lost in translation... Take 300ml of water.

In the beginning, per day take 10ml of CDS on 1L of water and drink 100ml of this solution every hour, for at least one, better two weeks.

Here are some protocols you could use for a variety of diseases: https://andreaskalcker.com/en/cds-clo2/cds-protocols.html

More info on CDS: https://theuniversalantidote.com/

Europa 1 point ago +1 / -0

Can you explain what this is and how Anons can make it?

Thankyou kindly.

Kavvfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

MMS you can order cheap online

tjsport -1 points ago +1 / -2