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Ivermectin has been used on Ebola infections with good results and that is why some researchers immediately started experimenting with ivermectin and covid…

It seems ivermectin has the potential to be a broad spectrum anti viral medication…so…the next time I get the flu I will most definitely borrow from my dogs supply of ivomec…

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Many in Texas cross the border into Mexico to get the human prescription of ivermectin and bring it across and keep it on standby…
I have plenty on standby I bought at TSC…

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https://www.mercola.com/

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I am surprised this last YouTube video I posted is working…
It is long but the first 30 minutes is well worth listening to…

If you haven’t already you should consider adding Dr. Mercola to your mailing list…you will learn lots of good information about vitamins and supplements as well as alternative treatments such as Hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin use for treating covid…
It has prepared my family with supplements needed to have on hand for early treatment when contracting Covid…

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Ivermectin for horses went from $2.99 to$6.99 a tube. When I called to order the last time, I told her I wanted the one that tasted the best in case I needed to take it....we laughed.

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Old methods that work, ear's Listerine is a oral ANTICEPTIC dont hurt your mouth it wont hurt ur dogs ear,2 or 3 cc's down ear canal and massage in 2 or 3 days should clear them up.

Mange, simple and cheep, Old USED motor oil, drench dog keeping out of EYE's, then let them wear it till it wears of.

Save you a little money if you need to

us poor boys need to save, the things listed above will work and have Vetnarian blessings, Ivermectin is being in trials for possiblity of treating some cancer, and fighting Covid, Panacure is being used by lots coast to coast for treating cancer, I have cancer, on chemo, so i hope maybe these things work

My cancer dr told me that Ivermectin is being looked at , Hope some of this info helps us as well as our hounds



Have you checked out fenbendazole and Joe Tippens?

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Have you checked out fenbendazole and Joe Tippens?


YES, FENBENDAZOLE WILL HAVE RESULTS ON CERTAIN TYPES OF CANCER

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My friend's farrier told her it helped his sister-in-law.

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A friend of mine had is mother on it after they told her to go home because they couldn’t do anything more for her…she lasted over a year on it but passed away…probably a combination from the cancer treatment and old age…also she probably didn’t take the correct dosage…
I have heard a friend of my brother was cured and another is self treating with it…

Don’t waste your time thinking MD Anderson is doing any research in optimizing panacur for curing their patients…

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