If I Caught COVID-19, I Would Do This

Gary North – November 07, 2020

I have a very smart friend who is maniacal about defending against COVID-19. He has done a lot of research. Here is what he said he is doing and would do.

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a) Prophylactic – [Math+ Protocol: covid.us.org summary; covid19.us.org; criticalcare.com; evms.edu]

Take daily to minimize Covid-19 infection BEFORE infected:

1) Zinc 30-50 mg/day [mg means ‘milligram’]
2) Vitamin D3 (w/K2) 5,000 i.u./day [i.u. means ‘international units’]
3) Vitamin C 1,000 mg/day [or 500 mg BID, i.e.2 times/day]
4) EGCG 350+ mg/day
5) Quercetin 500 mg/day
6) Melatonin (optional)
7) Pepcid AC (optional)
8) Aspirin (Enteric) 75-90 mg/day
9) Ivermectin (Stromectol) 1 time 12 mg/80KG (Rx) (adult – optional) [day 1 only]

b) Early infection onslaught (best undertaken 48 hours from symptoms/blood test confirmation):

1) Zinc 220 mg/day
2) Vitamin D3 (w/K2) 5,000 i.u./day (initially 10,000 i.u. day 1)
3) Vitamin C 1,000 mg/day (or 500 mg BID)
4) EGCG 350 mg (or more)/day
5) Quercetin 500 mg/day
6) Melatonin (optional)
7) Pepcid AC (optional)
8) Aspirin (Enteric) 75-90 mg/day
9) Ivermectin (Stromectol) 1 time 12 mg/80KG adult (Rx)

and

10) Hydroxychloriquine (HCQ) 200 mg/day (5 days) (Rx)
11) Azrithromycin 500 mg/day (5 days) (Rx)

See papers at:

1) https://c19study.com/ [summary of 200+ papers worldwide with analysis and graphs]

2) https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/202007.0025/v1/download [original Zelenko Protocol]

Notes:

* Quercetin exhibits similar protein binding as HCQ/Ivermectin – and to different virus surface proteins.

* EGCG [green tea flavonoid extract] exhibits broad anti-covid virus properties and “anti-fibrotic effect and in the ability to simultaneously downregulate expression and signaling of many inflammatory mediators” (source: NIH)

* Vitamin D (5,000 i.u) is important
* Zinc (30-50 mg) is important
* Melatonin, Pepcid AC are optional
* Essentially, the HCQ and/or Ivermectin interact in several ways – they bind to multiple (different) proteins on the virus surface and:

1) weaken the virus shell to allow penetration as a Zincophore to allow Zinc to penetrate and destroy virus DNA binding
2) bind to the virus ‘spike’ to minimize the physical virus attachment/puncture of cell walls (the virus “spikes” get covered with ‘sticky stuff’)

* Azrithromycin is a broad-based antibiotic used to minimize opportunistic bacterial infections (such as pneumonia) with some Zincophore activity Goals: Collapse viral multiplication; suppress opportunistic bacterial infection of tract; stop potential Cytokine Storm; eliminate hospitalization requirement – in particular to avoid hospital intubation.