1/ Guys, there’s a reason NAC is better than glutathione orally. It’s called bioavailability. Morphine IV = 100% bioavailability, but orally it’s about 25%. That’s why we give 4x the dose, 75% is destroyed in the gut. This is incredibly important to understand.
2/ Glutathione has a poor bioavailability, NAC’s bioavailability is better! NAC has other benefits as well. In the ER it is used for Tylenol overdoses as it protects the liver, kidneys etc.

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/P…
3/ “Another study found NAC to increase intraplatelet levels of glutathione and decrease reactive oxygen species in vitro. Yet another study found NAC to be most effective at reducing platelet-monocyte conjugation in patients with the most…”

pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24080471/
4/ “depleted platelet glutathione and patients with platelets filled with glutathione at baseline received no benefit from NAC treatment and did not experience a rise in platelet glutathione.”

pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/1871695/

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14 Sep
1/ Doctor admits that once patients are intubated 99% of those will & have died.

It has never been about health, it has been about power, control & profits for hospitals/Big Pharma. He twists this & calls it “politics.” If a hospital admits a COVID patient, they get $13,000.
2/ If that COVID patient goes on a ventilator, the hospital gets $39,000, (i.e. 3x as much).

HCQ has been on the market for decades, has fewer side-effects, costs about $20 a dose for out-patients. Remdesivir costs $2,400 per patient, it’s highly nephrotoxic (toxic to kidneys).
3/ There've been many accounts of hospitals placing non-COVID patients on COVID floors. increasing exposure & profits. This is why some hospitals refuse to allow family in. It's not a "safety" protocol. They don't want patient advocates like the woman in this video.
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14 Sep
1/ Why are people having such a hard time understanding that the 5000% reduction occurred at intervals of time each time reducing by a percentage not greater than 96.7%? Result: 5000-fold decrease. There are 10 scientific, peer-reviewed articles from different parts of the world.
2/ “Caly et al.10 report a 5,000-fold reduction in SARS-CoV-2 RNA levels, compared with those in controls, after infected Vero/hSLAM cells were incubated for 48 hours with 5 μM ivermectin.”
It’s a IC50 calculation.

Read the report, they explain it.

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/P…
3/ The ivermectin IC50 for the virus was calculated at approximately 2.5 μM. Concentrations equivalent to 4,370 and 2,190 ng/mL are 50 to 100-fold the peak concentration (Cmax) achieved in plasma after a single dose of 200 μg/kg (14 mg in a 70-kg adult).

pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32251768/
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14 Sep
The US Army, US Navy, USMC, USAF & USSF fight wars, they DO NOT nation build.

All of our near-peer rivals like China and Russia understand that we are the sole remaining superpower capable of waging a two front war adequately, sustain it, dominate it & win it!
Which nation has 10 Nimitz-Class Super-carriers + 1 Ford-class, another almost ready & many more on order?

How many do Russia and China have? Are they modern or 1970s/1980s tech?

How many stealth bombers does China have?

B-2 first flew in 1989
We also have the USMC’s USS America = USS Wasp-class amphibious assault ships that have F-35B & a Marine Expeditionary Unit.

Don’t believe Fake News Media. China is no where near us, but what is true is that they are modernizing.

thedrive.com/the-war-zone/3…
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14 Sep
1/ Remember that graphene affects our brain waves [1-3]. Graphene-based plasters to detect stress [4].
Graphene is incredibly toxic [5].

1. graphene-flagship.eu/graphene/news/…

2. sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/…

3. nature.com/articles/s4146…

4. graphene-flagship.eu/innovation/spe…

5. …eandfibretoxicology.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.11…
2/ [G]raphene [O]xide creates Morgellons fibers via electrical charge.

rumble.com/vkdljt-graphen…
3/ “Black Goo” & [g]raphene [o]xide making sense of it all.

bitchute.com/video/ZkdifvEb…
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13 Sep
1/ In this thread, I will unpack/explain all 20 of ivermectin’s mechanisms (all with references on each one). I’ll also add more that are being investigated.

Yes, ivermectin is an ionophore, it’s the 3rd mechanism of action listed (many have asked).

nature.com/articles/s4142…
2/ Fig. 1: A schematic of the key cellular and biomolecular interactions between ivermectin, the host cell, and SARS-CoV-2 COVID-19 pathogenesis and prevention of complications.

nature.com/articles/s4142…
3/ Mechanism 1: Action on SARS-CoV-2 cell entry

pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32871846/

ann-clinmicrob.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.11…

Mechanism 2: Action on Importin (IMP) superfamily

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/P…

mdpi.com/2073-4409/9/9/…
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12 Sep
1/ Don’t let doctors, MSM, anyone fool you. Drs have always used FDA approved meds for other conditions; this is called “off-label” use.

A good example is: gabapentin (Neurontin) & tricyclic antidepressants that are used for migraines, when they’re not FDA-approved for that.
2/ “Off-label use is the use of pharmaceutical drugs for an unapproved indication or in an unapproved age group, dosage, or route of administration.”

nejm.org/doi/full/10.10…
3/ Stromectol (Ivermectin) Tablets made by Merck & Co., have been FDA approved since 1998.

Anyone who says it’s only for animals is ignorant, lying to you, or a mindless fool parroting others.

accessdata.fda.gov/drugsatfda_doc…

Approval letter 1: accessdata.fda.gov/drugsatfda_doc…
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