Many people have asked me to post my “whole cocktail” of drugs for Covid.
I don’t have a whole cocktail because I individualize treatment based on underlying conditions, age, weight, severity and symptoms.
However, I recommend that everyone take Vitamin D, about 5,000 IU/day for prevention and treatment. Don’t wait until you get sick. If you have blood drawn for any reason, test your level and supplement if it is low.
I recommend Zinc, about 30 mg daily. There are rare old case reports of people losing their sense of smell from zinc lozenges!!! so if that is your only symptom while on zinc, it could be the zinc and not a case of Covid.
I recommend one full 324 mg aspirin daily when you have Covid.
I recommend ivermectin 0.2 mg/kg daily for up to 5 days for acute Covid. More doctors are recommending these higher doses, now that they seem to be safe and are claimed to be more effective.
Inhaled budesonide works to prevent lung inflammation. It is available by prescription as Pulmicort, in an inhalation device. You do need to learn how to use the device correctly. Best to be shown, but the Mayo Clinic has instructions here. Other steroids may work as well.
What about Vitamin C? Most vitamin C comes from China, and I have reactions to it. The organic Vitamin C from Scotland doesn’t bother me. I think small doses of a vitamin C preparation that works for you is a good idea prophylactically, and might help during acute infection. The FLCCC doctors recommend 500-1,000 mg Vitamin C 4x daily for patients hospitalized with Covid.
Over-the-counter famotidine (20-40 mg/day) and melatonin also work against Covid in vitro. People quibble about the doses. Melatonin may put you to sleep, so reserve for bedtime at first: 3-10 mg/day (or night).
Cochicine is an interesting old drug that suppresses inflammation but usually causes diarrhea. It is probably beneficial later in the course of the illness. I have used it for gout but not for Covid.
HCQ and a macrolide antibiotic or doxycycline are appropriate for severe cases, high risk individuals, maybe others. See the Fareed/Tyson protocol for the opinion of thoughtful doctors with a lot more experience than I have. The FLCCC protocols or the AAPS advice are also valuable, as is the paper written by McCullough et al. Additional useful information can be found on Dr. Zelenko’s website.
Glutathione (or NAC) help the body get rid of noxious products, but they also may speed up the excretion of useful medications. So I don’t recommend them for everyone, but for very sick patients they may be important.
Some say hyperbaric oxygen is very helpful. It probably is, but I have no personal experience.