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Global Ivermectin Frenzy as Confidence in Big Pharma Falters

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Despite being used safely by millions of people worldwide for decades, Ivermectin has come under a lot of fire in recent months. The anti-parasitic medicine, which is on the WHO’s List of the World’s Most Essential Medicines, has controversially been prescribed by doctors in the USA and all over the rest of the world for the treatment of covid-19.

While the CDC and WHO still recommend against buying and using it for treating SARS-COV-2, many frontline doctors, including the FLCCC Alliance, are promoting it as an important part of their favoured protocol to safely ward off coronavirus.

According to epidemiologist Patrick Lowry, Ivermectin “fights off viral infections much more effectively than antibiotics”. The drug, which is also used for treating parasites in animals and humans alike, has sparked a growing trend in various countries where people are buying it online to avoid the rigmarole of having to visit a doctor and get a prescription.

Ivermectin Thailand

In Thailand, it is easy to buy Ivermectin from online pharmacies such as FirstMedInc, or from some of the many local chemists that stock it. A prescription to purchase Ivermectin from within Thailand was not requested at any local pharmacies we visited.

The medication works by attacking viruses at their source- that means that, unlike flu drugs that only work on specific flu strains, this medication will attack all coronaviruses regardless of their strain classification.

This makes it attractive as an alternative to a vaccine whose effectiveness is currently being questioned after nearly two years of lockdowns, mask-wearing, social distancing and disappointment. As time passes and the efficacy of the vaccines drops, so does consumer confidence in what was originally sold as our way out of the pandemic.

Fight against covid arises

However, not everyone seems convinced with Ivermectin’s efficiency. According to one doctor who wished to remain anonymous, “While it works well against coronavirus symptoms, safety risks are involved. Some people’s side effects include nausea and fever after taking the drug.

This is often due to an excess die-off of parasites in the patient’s body. This can shock and cause discomfort as the body tries to excrete the toxic remains of the parasites all at once.”

However, public health officials in some countries seem to be less concerned with this because of the urgency of the situation at hand and the overwhelming success rate the medicine has had on critically ill patients with Ivermectin cream.

Until a more effective vaccine is developed or another miracle aid in the fight against covid arises, we expect the popularity of Ivermectin in Bangkok, the rest of Thailand, and the rest of the world, to continue to grow.

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