At covidpatientguide.com you can get the Guide to Home-Based Covid Treatment. Print it out, study it and promptly discuss the treatment that is right for your individual needs with your doctor. It is American but can be applied by any doctor who can think for themselves. The guidelines below are my summary of the treatment recommended and being used by independent doctors in the USA and several other countries.
Update: A scientific paper by 57 leading doctors that goes into more detail about the drugs than in the Guide has been published on 30 December. Here is a link to the PDF and the abstract. Here is a direct link to the PDF.
Early help for immune system and prevention
Get good sleep, exercise, drink lots of plain water, eat plenty of fruit and veg, avoid excess sugar and take these supplements:
- Vitamin C 1000mg
- Vitamin D3 5000iu per day (oil capsules are more absorbent)
- Zinc 50mg per day (from 220mg zinc sulphate or zinc glutonate or zinc citrate)
- Quercetin 500mg per day
The above all have antiviral properties especially when combined together. They will prevent Covid-19 in most cases, if used early.
Stage 1 of Covid (Days 1-5)
Symptoms include sore throat, nasal stuffiness, fatigue, headaches, body aches, loss of taste / smell, loss of appetite, nausea, diarrhoea, fever.
- Vitamin C 3000mg per day
- Vitamin D3 5000iu per day
- Zinc 50mg per day
- Quercetin 500mg twice a day
- plus these stronger antiviral agents
- Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) 200mg twice a day OR Ivermectin
- Azithromycin (AZM) 250mg twice a day or Doxycycline 100mg twice a day
Stage 2 (Days 3-14)
If your cough is bad, breathing difficult or chest is heavy or painful, anti-inflammatory agents need to be added such as nebulized budesonide, oral prednisone, methylprednisolone, dexamethasone or colchicine. Your doctor will prescribe the right one for your individual needs.
Stage 3 (Day 7 and beyond)
If above symptoms worsen, anticoagulants need to be added such as heparin injections OR apixaban (Eliquis), or rivaroxaban (Xarelto), or dabigatran (Pradaxa) or edoxaban (Savaysa) or aspirin.
If no improvement, then hospital admission may be considered.
Disclaimer: The summary above is my own outline of early home treatment. I am not a doctor so you should study the guide to Home-Based Covid Treatment at covidpatientguide.com and discuss it with your doctor.
Why Home-Based Covid Treatment?
UK hospitals are now struggling to cope. The “Nightingale” emergency hospitals haven’t got any staff. Hospitals are infectious places. Many things done in hospitals can be done at home. Early treatment leads to more successful outcomes. Family members can be with you and treatment is not expensive. In an emergency you try every way you can to help. So why on earth is early home treatment not even on the government or media agenda?
We should be hearing about this all over Britain but it’s nowhere to be found. It’s not widespread in America but there’s this 7-minute testimony to Congress clip on CNS News. Dr Peter McCullough was also interviewed by Dr Peter Breggin (an hour). Both are at the top of their medical tree so have nothing to gain by misleading anyone in any way so their opinions and advice is as good as it gets.
4 pillars of dealing with pandemics
Dr McCullough outlines the four pillars of dealing with pandemics and Covid-19:
- Contagion control — stop the spread with masks, distancing, hand-washing etc
- Early ambulatory / home treatment — reduce hospitalizations and death
- Hospitals — to treat the disease at later stages
- Vaccines — which should close out the pandemic
What our government is doing
Number 1 is in the media every day but it hasn’t worked. Lockdowns are imposed to keep us apart and contain the spread because, the government insinuates, we are not following their rules. Whilst thanking us for our sacrifice, the underlying message of media briefings is “you the public are to blame”.
Number 2 is never mentioned. It’s not even on the agenda and in fact it may be actively discouraged. The whole drift of mainstream media is that the government scientists’ word is sacred and anything else must be a conspiracy theory and all conspiracy theories are started and spread by lunatics who must be silenced.
Number 3 Hospitals admit sick patients who spread the virus when in the hospital if protective equipment and strict safety measures are not maintained. A few patients get out alive because doctors and nurses do a wonderful job but they are human and when the hospitals are overrun (as they are in some places) they will not be able to cope.
Number 4 is the magic elixir the government is hoping, and sometimes saying, will cure everything. It will surely help but because it has been tested on only a small sample who are not representative of the whole population, it should only really be given to people similar to that sample. So it might work, it might not, other vaccines may be better, but may also be worse because one year of trials is not the same as 13 years of trials which is the average to make a safe effective vaccine.
What our government is not doing
From the above it is obvious that the glaring gap in dealing with covid is Number 2 — early ambulatory / home treatment. The UK government was quick to shout about a vaccine as being the only cure for covid and silence any other possibilities. Why? Why? Why?
Please ask people with influence why home-based covid treatment is not even on the agenda and don’t just accept their response when they say they are following the science. There is a whole lot of science they are ignoring. There is a whole lot of free speech they are now banning. There are a whole lot of studies and results that show the treatment outlined above really works.
To hide early home-based covid treatment from the people is incompetent or short-sighted at best and downright evil at worst.
(There is now a companion article to this with links to sources.)
Is there any evidence in the use of colloids ie silver copper gold for nebulising to kill viruses in the lungs
Thanks for your comment, George. I’ve heard that colloidal silver was used extensively in the old days to treat colds and flu, which are viral of course. Colloidal means microscopic nanoparticles suspended in a liquid and I believe these surround the infecting organism and render it useless. So it’s a handy thing to have in your medicine cabinet especially as it doesn’t have side effects. I haven’t heard of it being used anywhere by doctors for the covid but haven’t looked very hard.
The Covid-19 treatment I’ve outlined above though, has been tried and tested by regular doctors this year with claims of about 90% effectiveness, so that’s what I’ll be using should I get the virus. I’m using the zinc, quercetin and vitamins C and D already so I’m hopeful of keeping covid at bay.