Ivermectin shipments being confiscated

Dec 14, 2021

but another alternative appears

Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth. 3 John 1:2

The USPS, in cooperation with the FDA, is now confiscating Ivermectin shipments from foreign nations. But as citizens with freedom to choose (if we choose to assert our God-given rights), if that door is closing in some instances, up pops another potential alternative.

We provide it here with the understanding each reader is responsible for doing their own homework. We are just reporting some news. This comes from researchers at the University of Florida. QUOTE:

Two Common Over-the-Counter Compounds Reduce COVID-19 Virus Replication by 99% in Early Testing


QUOTE: A pair of over-the-counter compounds has been found in preliminary tests to inhibit the virus that causes COVID-19, University of Florida Health researchers have found.

The combination includes diphenhydramine, an antihistamine used for allergy symptoms. When paired with lactoferrin, a protein found in cow and human milk, the compounds were found to hinder the SARS-CoV-2 virus during tests in monkey cells and human lung cells.


Molecular docking of sigma-2 receptor ligands that exhibit antiviral activity against SARS-CoV-2. Credit: University of Florida

The findings by David A. Ostrov, Ph.D., an immunologist and associate professor in the UF College of Medicine’s department of pathology, immunology and laboratory medicine and his colleagues, are published in the journal Pathogens.

“We found out why certain drugs are active against the virus that causes COVID-19. Then, we found an antiviral combination that can be effective, economical, and has a long history of safety,” Ostrov said. END QUOTE

The final paragraph is worth noting: QUOTE: While the findings are encouraging, Ostrov cautions against self-medicating with either diphenhydramine or lactoferrin as a COVID-19 prevention or treatment. The type of lactoferrin used in the research differs slightly from the type that is commonly available to consumers, he noted. Lactoferrin is commonly used as a supplement to treat stomach and intestinal ulcers, among other uses. END QUOTE

Here is a link to the story which appeared in SciTechDaily.


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