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Got mine for about $7 per tube back in August, used it in September. Mixed it with peanut butter and honey. Tastes like shit otherwise and numbs the tongue. 100% would take it again if I had to.
I agree with you about the map being a little screwy.
The least populated county in Texas is Loving County with a population of 64. Pulling up that information, the County is deemed High for Transmissibility.
Harris county is the most populated with a population of 4,731,145, yet it has a lower designation than many of its nearby counties.
I guess data is only as good as what is properly reported.
This appears to be the Level of Community Transmission data at the county level.
There is no way of knowing when the data was pulled for the image they extracted, but the current map looks nothing like this and is mostly Moderate or Substantial, with just a few (6) counties with the Low designation (blue).
At first glance, the included map appears to be either cherry-picked from a few weeks/months ago or manipulated to paint Florida in the best light possible. I will give the creator of the graphic the benefit of the doubt and am hopeful it is just data from a previous point. The time-lapse view was unavailable, so I couldn't check if these levels were ever reached.
Just wait until they have to take them monthly or even weekly once they realize their immune systems are subscription-based.
Came in to type nearly this same comment. Bravo.
Literally just put one of these stickers on my truck.
What 57-year-old uses the term "No Cap"?? My kids do that shit. Drives me insane.
Loving that we're at the top, but surely Florida needs some love here!
There's nothing quite like doubling down on stupid.
Having three of the comorbidities: Obesity, High Blood Pressure, Sleep Apnea (plus I'm anemic), I should've been all kinds of dead.
I had been taking most of I-MASK+ protocol for months beforehand. That, along with Ivermectin definitely saw me through it.
My ass is in the gym 6 days/week and eating better now, trying to fix the second two cm's by addressing the first one. 40 lbs down and...a lot to go.
Also, don't forget about the potential addition of NAC (N-ACETYL CYSTEINE), which the FDA is pulling to keep us from getting it. Additionally, some think L-Argenine could help as well.
It's listed on the I-MASK+ Protocol. 325mg unless there's a medical/pharmaceutical conflict.
Just noticed they added a page to include to help with Ivermectin dosage as well as some other good info.
This is the quick and dirty version. I'd have to clean up the "transparent" image provided above to make it look better.
I took my paste for 3 days, as I felt markedly better from initial symptoms. When I developed the post-covid cough, I took another 4 days and, realizing it wasn't helping, went to Urgent Care.
The I-MASK+ protocol says to take "one dose daily, take for 5 days or until recovered."
Good luck if you need need to take it. See you on the flip side and welcome to Natural Immunity.
I-MASK+ Protocol to help people out if they need it.
If they are so concerned about it, maybe they should express loudly in the office where the administrators work, saying, "Aw, it would be a shame if I were to drop this folder on the counter here and someone were to contact Project Veritas about its contents", then put it down and walk away.
I think the scariest thing is how much jpg is in that jpg.
Although, I take that as a sign it's been shared across many platforms multiple times. Aged like a fine wine.
^ LITERALLY my reaction. Came into the comments for enlightenment.
I see this all the time and I'm pretty sure it's a site issue, but that's some funny shit.
The double-showing posts gets annoying sometimes. Is there any means of addressing it?
In case someone would rather share the link.
Regarding point A under "To limit how much damage Covid-19 does"...
I wonder if Ivermectin could be used by those already vaccinated to limit the damage the vaccine does to the body. Granted, they would have to take it until the spike protein factory shuts down (do they shut down?), but surely that's something.
Got 2 6-packs from a local supplier yesterday. My horses will be happy. Giddy up!
Sounds like some good benefits, but has some side effects as well.
From a study, it recommends cycling it - 6 weeks on, 2 weeks off.
"The use of CA for more than 6 weeks is not recommended in the literature. People taking the herb for an extended period of time (up to 6 weeks) should take a 2-week break before taking the herb again."
That sounds like ADE to me!
I basically had to write a mini-dissertation to my Grandfather, who was pressuring me to get the shots. Here's part of what I wrote to him (one of many points I included in my 4-page essay), I hope it may help...
There is also a concern regarding something called Antibody Dependent Enhancement, causing the body to overreact when it's exposed to what it's meant to treat and it actually enhances the infection instead of stopping it. More succinctly explained:
“That’s the hallmark of ADE, basically . . . you make infection easier, you infect more cells, you get worse disease.”
Dengue fever does this through its four different serotypes. The way I understand it, if you get infected with one type, the antibodies you make from it actually make it easier if you get infected with a second type. When this happens, this is where the hemorrhagic fever begins. The National Institute of Health knew of the possible risk of patients developing ADE (listed as "low") -
"The expert group concluded that ADE and immunopathology were a real concern, but stated that their risk was insufficient to delay clinical trials, although continued monitoring would be necessary."
Yet, to my knowledge, it was not included on the list of possible side effects. Also, I'm not sure any monitoring of it is taking place. Having antibodies in place could make it easier for someone to contract Covid to more easily once they're exposed to it in some people.
<The link above has many reference links within it, including the actual journal, below.>
ADE journal publishing: https://web.archive.org/web/20210803004541/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33113270/