In today's update from the Corona Virus Task Force, they announced that a strong and potent Pathogen killer, that had been around awhile and used for Malaria, is now approved by the FDA for use in the Corona Virus.
It is "chloroquine" and "hydroxy-chloroquine". Is this similar to our MMS1 that we use?
Some years back, I worked in a known malaria risk area. I was told to take chloroquine on a frequent basis. I had serious side effects to that drug. Many mornings I would get out of bed, take a few steps and then fall to the floor on the edge of consciousness. Blurred vision, headaches along with diarrhea. I stopped taking them thinking; I would rather deal with malaria than deal with this. I met another person who had a similar experience with chloroquine and had stopped altogether taking it too.
I think I would rather have, and expect for myself a Tom Hanks like experience of the corona virus. I would not touch chloroquine; it is nothing like CLO2.
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Twice, I spent a month in Africa, I took chloroquine as a preventative, and my husband did also, for two weeks prior to leaving the US, the time we were there and then one week after getting home, so 7 weeks, on two different trips, 14 weeks total. We had no effects from it at all, one pill a day.
I was told that the Africans take it whenever they get sick with anything as it is so harmless, and it cures many different things.
I now can't wait until I catch a common cold --- to see if it works!
I understand the dosage for covid-19 is one pill a day for 6 days. I've seen doctors say that one pill can cure it, it's certainly worth the try, and it can be prescribed as it is already PDA approved, they give prescriptions for rheumatoid arthritis and other ailments.
In answer to, is chloroquine the same as MMS, no, it's not at all.
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I have been learning about this Malaria drug against viruses. What I found is in itself is not a direct cure but it helps the body get ZINC into the cells to stop replication of viruses RNA which is the likely cure. It acts as a zinc ionosphere which opens up pathways of the cell walls to absorb zinc which they can not easily do on their own. Zinc is cheap and available so this easily found information will not be widely disseminated to the public anytime soon.
I have read a few comments here that CLO2 did not help them with colds or flu. Could this be because those taking it were Zinc deficient? It would be interesting to know if that was the case. It would be great to know if CLO2 can also act as a zinc ionosphere as well as an oxidizer.
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