Many at this site, certainly including its author, has had a strong feeling that the banning of Hydroxychloroquine early on, points to the very core of the reality, whatever that may be, of Covid 19. We tracked how a couple of studies had been faked, or major medical magazine published utter rubbish about it. Publications like The Lancet, and the New England Journal of Medicine. It turns out that the Oxford Centre for Evidence Based medicine produced a study panning HCQ because they elected to use it as a poison, rather than a medication by administering it at two to what, eight times? the recommended maximum dose.
In the video below, Dr. John Campbell goes in to great detail on all these studies. And for the most part, those of us who smelled fraud and misdirection around HCQ are vindicated.
However, I was very wrong about one major aspect of the way I thought about the use of HCQ. Many of the studies used Hydroxychloroquine alone, or with ZPAC, a popular antibiotic used to treat the opportunistic respiratory infection that causes a cytokine storm, which often occurs in advanced Covid 19 infections and is frequently the ultimate cause of death. But the person who first brought HCQ to our attention, Dr, Zev Zelenko, explains why HCQ works at all. He claims that HCQ is what is called, a Zinc ionophor. That is to say, it allows zinc to permeate the cell more easily, and it is the zinc that stops the virus from reproducing, and so HCQ in the absence of Zinc is like testing drivers to see if wine causes judgement issues by getting subject to drink grape juice.
To my surprise though, it turns out that HCQ has something very close to a THIRTY PERCENT reduced mortality rate ALL ON IT’S OWN without any Zinc in the mix at all!
Sometimes its great to be wrong.
Since HCQ was made impossible to get for treatment of Covid19, people turned to another zinc ionophor, Quercetin. Its not as effective at getting zinc into cells, but it still works and is recommended by Zev Zelenco as a prophylaxis.