How to get treated with repurposed drugs (Ivermectin, Budesonide)
Budesonide Works method
- Go to https://budesonideworks.com/
- Go to Find a Provider.
- Contact one of those. Synergy Health is a 24-hr turn around time tele-medicine service.
- Go to myfreedoctor.com. Their procedure may have changed.
- Latest code is MYFREEDOCTOR
- Install Medici app on your cellphone.
- This is a popular patient-doctor communication program that allows video chats with the doctor.
- A doctor or physician’s assistant will prescribe what you need.
- Pick up drugs at local pharmacy.
- OPTIONAL: Leave MyFreeDoctor a donation equal to normal office visit fees so that they can continue to do what most doctors will not do.
- It’s recommended you read the FLCCC protocols for various stages of infection. These provide dosing amounts for drugs like Ivermectin, which is based on your weight.
Laura McLaughlin (telemedicine)
It’s recommended you read the FLCCC protocols for various stages of infection. These provide dosing amounts for drugs like Ivermectin, which is based on your weight.
This is a telemedicine website that requires face to face video chats with a Doctor to get Ivermectin and other related drugs prescribed. They are “free” but they take donations, which we recommend since most doctors will not prescribe Ivermectin due to institutional pressure.
Inhaled budesonide is a safe, generic, inexpensive prescription medication. It is used by millions of people who suffer from asthma every day. It can be prescribed by any doctor or nurse practitioner for respiratory symptoms (FDA-approved). Budesonide is so safe that it is in some over-the-counter nasal sprays such as Rhinocort.
The most recent study by Oxford University (randomized control trial) showed a 90% reduction in hospitalization for people with COVID.
In one trial,58 volunteers took 12 milligrams of ivermectin once per month for four months. Only four (6.96%) came down with mild COVID-19 symptoms during the May through August 2020 trial period. In comparison, 44 of 60 health care workers (73.3%) who had declined the medication were diagnosed with COVID-19. Ivermectin is safe, inexpensive and widely available, with antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, leading Dr. Paul Marik to describe it as the perfect drug to treat COVID-19.