By now you have been inundated with an overwhelming amount of information regarding all things related to the coronavirus. As such, I will keep this short and to the point and not delve into anything but offering you some good options for what to do to help boost your immune system and one pharmaceutical option if you feel you are getting sick.
First, the pharmaceutical option. I have been prescribing the anti-parasitic medicine Nitazoxanide (brand name Alinia) for over a decade for a multitude of infections from parasites, yeast, bacteria, and viruses. I believe it is the most effective anti-microbial and is the only agent I know of that kills parasites, yeast, bacteria, and viruses.
This study from 2016 shows that Alinia was effective in treating a type of coronavirus. As such, I want to make this prescription available for my patients. While I do not feel this medicine is necessary, I understand the concerns of our patients wanting to have options for if they start to feel they might be coming down with viral symptoms.
These symptoms include: cough, runny nose, fever, sneezing, body aches, fatigue.
If you are a patient and are interested in obtaining a prescription, please contact us at:
We will be using Sweetgrass Pharmacy to fulfill the prescriptions 843-654-4013.
My recommended dosing is one 500mg tablet twice a day for 3 days once symptoms start.
In terms of other ways to boost one’s immune system, I recommend the following:
For those looking for a more aggressive approach to amplifying the immune system, I recommend our Armor Peptide Combo that includes four peptides (LL37, Thymosin Alpha1, TB500, Selank). We pre-fill the syringes and the recommended dose is one injection SubQ M-F, taking weekends off. We have sold a lot of these peptides in the past week, so if interested, please go ahead and purchase now in case the supply chain is disrupted.
In addition, you can add high dose Vitamin A (from Fish source): 150,000 IU daily 3 days a week
I am confident that the health impact of this fear pandemic will settle down soon. The larger lesson here, I believe, is learning how to remain calm, positive and full of gratitude in a world where fear is such a motivating and powerful force.
Stay safe, and don’t give in to fear!