A Well-Compiled Study of Available Covid Treatments and a Conclusion

From a respected researcher comes this compilation…

As you know I have been aggregating news about various treatments for Covid-19 for a while, and have been updating this post regularly. Here’s the list of therapeutics or treatments that have been shown effective, to varying degree, in treating the disease:

Early Stage Medicine/Treatment (Viral Response Phase)

Hydroxychoroquine, Chloroquine, Tafenoquine¹ (shown to block ACE2 receptor sites that Covid uses to infect cells, ¹effective in vitro)
Ivermectin (an anti-parasitical that has anti-retroviral properties)
Azithromycin, Doxycycline, Tetracyline (antibiotics that have antiviral and/or anti-inflammatory properties)
Zinc and Selenium (shown to inhibit Covid viral reproduction)
EGCG¹, Quercetin¹ (Flavonoid anti-viral protease inhibitor ¹effective in vitro)
Famotidine (a H2 antagonist antacid thought to bind to a viral enzyme, interfering with its replication)
Vitamins C, D3, and K2 (know for anti-viral and/or anti-oxidant properties)
Regeneron, Bamlanivimab, Centivax² (engineered anti-SARS antibodies, ²effective in animal trials)
Synairgen (synthetic interferon beta)
Remdesivir, Favipiravir (broad spectrum antivirals)
Convalescent plasma (donated by recovered Covid patients)

Late Stage Medicine/Treatment (Inflammatory Response Phase)

Dexamethasone, Methylprednisone, Prednisone, Budesonide, and other steroids (anti-inflammatories effective against the cytokine storm)
Nafamostat mesylate, Aspirin (antithrombotics)
Itolizumab (a psoriasis immuno-modulator – CD6 blocker limiting T cell activation)
Cholchicine (a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory and antithrombotic drug)
Fenofibrate (cholesterol drug that prevents Covid from disrupting fat metabolism in epithelial tissue)
Bromhexine + Spironolactone (mucolytic + androgenic hormone blocker)
Baricitinib (Janus kinase inhibitor – anti-inflammatory)

Not all these work with the same efficacy, nor are they guaranteed to have a synergistic effect when used together. Also, some of the medicine is appropriate for both phases, especially given that these phases overlap to a significant degree.

Note: To make this list, the therapeutics must either been shown effective in clinical trials, in vitro (with a footnote), or be included in a Covid therapy kit by a state health authority.

More metadata analysis at: https://c19study.com/

And his results from this work…

My conclusions are that with fast testing and early treatment, especially with Ivermectin + doxycycline + Zn or HCQ + Azithromax + Zn, the disease outcomes would be so good that we’d be able to eliminate virtually all of the Covid restrictions we have now. Furthermore, it would reduce the pressure to fast-track a vaccine, whose side-effects might be worse than actually catching the disease.

Also, that basic good sense nutrition is important given the strong correlation between good clinical outcomes and not having Vitamin D, zinc, or selenium deficiencies. Additionally, that there are therapeutic protocols that have shown some degree of effectiveness that require no prescription drugs involving flavonoids like Quercetin or even the H2-agonist Pepcid. Finally, our late-stage therapies are getting much better as well, particularly bromhexine + spirolactone + antithrombotic.

Put all of these things together and the message should be: Covid is manageable and the pandemic should be declared over.

In India, they sell a home care kit for Covid for a mere two dollars or so…no poison needle needed…notice the three ingredients are listed in the above analysis…

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