Dr. Peter McCullough, who has exposed the medical industry’s failure to provide early treatments for COVID-19, has revealed his top six medicines that everyone should have at home to treat the illness, Freedom First Network reported.
“If there was six things in the over-the-counter toolbox, I would put in there that Povidone Iodine,” he said. “That’s about $5 if you buy it online.”
Povidone Iodine, when sprayed in the mouth and noise, can both prevent COVID-19 infection and transmission by adding “a protective layer or coating over nasal and oral mucosa,” according to a study.
“[Povidone Iodine] oro-nasal spray can act as an effective shield for COVID-19 protection for healthcare workers, for all,” the study found.
“And then after that it would be Zinc, 50 mg a day,” McCullough continued.
Several studies have found that Zinc reduces diease prevalence and severity, especially in older populations or those with comorbiditie, though they warn that excessive Zinc supplementation can lead to toxicity.
“Indirect evidence from systematic reviews have found zinc supplementation is effective for the prevention of acute respiratory infections in young children and zinc lozenges may reduce the duration of the common cold in adults,” a study found.
“Vitamin D, 5,000 IUs a day, increased to 20,000 a day during active treatment,” McCullough continued.
Several reviews have shown a correlation between Vitamin D deficiency and increased COVID-19 prevalence and severity.
“There are a growing number of data connecting COVID-19 infectivity and severity with vitamin D status, suggesting a potential benefit of vitamin D supplementation for primary prevention or as an adjunctive treatment of COVID-19,” a study asserted.
“Vitamin C, 3,000 mg a day, active treatment,” McCullough continued. “And then Quercetin, 500 mg a day for prevention, 500 mg per day for active treatment.”
Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, who developed the Z-Stack protocol to fight COVID-19, first suggested that patients should take, both prophylactically and for active treatment, Vitamin C, Quercetin, Zinc, and Vitamin D.
“Quercetin has a theoretical, but significant, capability to interfere with SARS-CoV-2 replication, with the results showing this to be the fifth best compound out of 18 candidates,” a study found.
McCullough also recommends a common medicine that people take after overeating, for chronic indigestion, or for gastroesophageal reflux disease.
“And then one last one, which is over-the-counter antacid/antihistamine which actually reduces viral replication and that’s Famotidine or Pepcid, but at a high dose, 80 mg a day active treatment,” he said.