I had to take a stab at writing this post because I became perplexed when I came across another article featured in The Wall Street Journal titled: Why is the FDA Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?
First of all, the words safe and effective should never be placed in front of any drug products. All drugs can be unsafe and utterly ineffective in restoring the expression of health in animals and human beings. Despite what many people might believe, the antiparasitic drug, Ivermectin can be highly toxic and cause neurological damage in animals and humans. Consuming Ivermectin can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, low blood pressure, allergic reactions, dizziness, problems with balance, seizures, coma, and death. How’s that safe and effective?
Ivermectin is traditionally used to kill parasites, not mitigate viral infections. Many physicians are claiming that this antiparasitic drug is just what the doctor ordered to manage COVID-19 illnesses that are allegedly caused by the sars-cov-2 virus.
No drugs whatsoever are required to mitigate a nonexistent coronavirus that was never isolated in totality from an animal or human host. No pharmaceutical products are needed to neutralize a fake viral pathogen that was computer modeled and legitimized by a rigged PCR test that produced hundreds of millions of false-positive case numbers.
Don’t be fooled into thinking that any drugs are safe and effective. All drugs come with physiological consequences, and over time, those consequences develop into serious health problems.
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