By Jennifer Smith, Natural Medicine Practitioner and Certified in Holistic Nutrition
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Ivermectin, a remarkable drug with a wide range of applications, has garnered significant attention in recent times for its potential benefits in various health conditions. In this blog post, we will delve into the numerous benefits of Ivermectin and its potential role in disease prevention. From its effectiveness against parasites and viruses to its anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and anti-bacterial properties, Ivermectin has emerged as a promising therapeutic option.
Believe me, I am the last person in the world to recommend a pharmaceutical drug, of all things. However I hope that this article will broaden your thoughts on this drug which was created from a natural soil based organism, much like a probiotic. Despite what the media may want you to believe, this is probably one of the most studied and widely proven drugs to ever be used.
Ivermectin has long been recognized as a powerful antiparasitic agent, particularly in the treatment of parasitic infections. It works by targeting and paralyzing the nervous system of various parasites, including intestinal worms, mites, lice, bedbugs and rosacea. By inhibiting the parasites' ability to reproduce and survive, ivermectin effectively eliminates these harmful organisms from the body, providing relief from associated symptoms and preventing further complications.
Parasites in developed countries, such as the United States unfortunately often go un-diagnosed or mis-diagnosed by the medical community. Far more people than you realize are walking around full of parasites. Dr. Hulda Clark PhD, ND, said in her book The Cure For All Diseases, that there are only two health problems; parasites and toxins. It's not pleasant to talk about or to think about, but it's a reality that you need to consider if your health is something you struggle with.
Beyond its antiparasitic properties, recent research has suggested that Ivermectin may exhibit antiviral activity against certain viral infections. Studies have shown encouraging results in vitro, indicating that Ivermectin may inhibit the replication of several viruses, including RNA viruses, dengue, Zika, HIV and even SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19.
Inflammation is a common underlying factor in various diseases. Ivermectin has shown promise in modulating the immune response and reducing inflammation. By inhibiting the release of certain pro-inflammatory molecules, Ivermectin may help alleviate symptoms associated with inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and asthma. Moreover, its anti-inflammatory properties may also contribute to its potential antiviral effects.
Emerging evidence suggests that Ivermectin may possess anti-cancer properties, making it an intriguing area of research. Studies have demonstrated that Ivermectin could inhibit the growth of cancer cells by inducing cell cycle arrest and promoting programmed cell death (apoptosis). Additionally, it has been found to enhance the effectiveness of conventional cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
In addition to its antiparasitic and antiviral effects, Ivermectin has also exhibited antibacterial properties. It has been shown to inhibit the growth of certain bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli. These findings open up new possibilities for utilizing Ivermectin in the treatment of bacterial infections, potentially reducing the reliance on traditional antibiotics and helping combat antibiotic resistance.
Ivermectin can eliminate parasites, viruses and bacterial diseases resulting from these parasites, as proven in 2015 by Dr. William C. Campbell and Santoshi Omura who won the Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine for their discovery of Avermectin (the natural form of the drug Ivermectin). Avermectin (a.k.a. Streptomyces avermitilis or Streptomyces avermectinius) is charachterized as a bacteria which seemingly has the ability to colonize your microbiome with this good bacteria and as such I think it is reasonable to describe it as a spore-based probiotic.
The benefits of Ivermectin extend beyond its well-established role as an antiparasitic agent. Its potential as an antiviral, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and anti-bacterial agent make it a fascinating subject of ongoing research. Ivermectin has been proven through decades of use both on and off-label by healthcare professionals for treating many types of illnesses. Ivermectin has a remarkable safety profile with very few side effects, most of them being mild. While it is very safe, there are a few contraindicated drugs, so it would be prudent to talk to your doctor or pharmacist before implementing any Ivermectin therapy.
If you want to get started with Ivermectin therapy, visit FLCCC and look into their protocols and testimonials. To view FLCCC protocols for prevention, treatment and recovery from Covid, Long Covid, Flu, RSV and Vaccine injury, see here.
This Telegram channel has many informative podcast style "chats" to listen to and learn more about how to use Ivermectin and conditions that may benefit from therapeutic doses. In addition, many who have used it from Covid to Lyme disease to autoimmune conditions and more, have called in to share their testimonies of this drugs ability to help them improve their health and reduce their pains. I encourage you to research this for yourself and see what Ivermectin can do for you and your family.
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Jennifer Smith, BA, NMP, CHN, FBCC
Jennifer Smith is a Natural Medicine Practitioner, Holistic Nutrition Practitioner, and Faith-Based Clinical Counselor. She has a Bachelor's degree in Christian Counseling. She has completed advanced training in Functional Nutrition, Functional Medicine, Natural Health Consultant diploma, Biblical natural medicine, and Biblical Eating and Clinical Nutrition. Jennifer has a virtual Natural Medicine practice in Naples, FL called Fx Remedies Virtual Care.
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