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Tim Pool Credits Joe Rogan and ‘The Kitchen Sink’ for COVID Treatment

'This was the worst experience I have ever had with a illness. I genuinely believe if I did not get the treatments I got, I would have been in the hospital...'

(Gregg Pupecki – Headline USA) Tim Pool had been silent for over a week and had missed several scheduled shows, unusual for the popular podcaster. Speculation swirled on social media that he got banned or sick.

Pool broke his silence and announced on YouTube “I tested positive for Covid, faced hospitalization if not for “the kitchen sink” – an aggressive treatment of several varying remedies.

Pool said that members of his podcast are in quarantine for COVID-19 as well.

Just before his last show, one of his employees tested positive even though four previous tests were negative. Pool thought initially a cold might be going around the studio but then a test came back positive for COVID. He did the show with safety protocols but then it hit him the following day. He woke up feverish, with a headache, and had problems breathing.
He called a local urgent care clinic and asked what he should do?

“It was a terrible experience,” he said. “A bad facility.”

The clinicians asked why he wouldn’t come in for additional tests, and Pool explained that he had already tested positive and wanted to know what treatments they offered. The response was disturbing: the clinic told Pool they didn’t prescribe anything and that he could simply sleep it off.

That, Pool said, was when he contacted popular podcaster Joe Rogan for advice. Rogan had also previously tested COVID-positive and regained his health through a regimen of treatments.

“Joe encouraged me to find a better doctor and get treatments immediately,” Pool said

“This was the worst experience I have ever had with a illness,” he said. “I genuinely believe if I did not get the treatments I got, I would have been in the hospital.”

Pool received Regeneron’s monoclonal antibodies treatment, NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) with vitamin drip, pain killers, Ivermectin and Z-Pak. He said the antibody treatment is what made him feel better faster.

“I truly believe the antibodies are what pulled me out of everything,” Pool said, adding that if it wasn’t for the advice from Rogan in seeking treatment, he would have landed in the hospital.

“It’s the worst I have ever felt,” Pool said, “far worse than any flu.”

Pool is 35 and has said he wasn’t in the high-risk category for contracting COVID, but he landed with a “severe case” and “felt like death.”

Pool praised Republican Governor Ron DeSantis, who is making available monoclonal antibody sites free statewide to the regular working people of Florida.

Pool said the antibody treatment worked quickly for him and “Joe Rogan is a lifesaver.”

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