Treatment of corona virus (Covid-19)
The following is the three drug regimen that our world recognized experts currently recommend for the treatment of the current outbreak of the corona virus (Covid-19).
1.) hydroxychloroquine sulfate – 200mg three times a day for 6 (minimum) to 10 days
2.) azithromycin – 500mg initial loading dose, then 250mg twice a day for five days
3.) zinc sulfate – 220mg once a day for five days
Note: The first two, hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin, are prescription drugs to be taken under the supervision of a physician. They may be prescribed off-label.
We highly recommend the treatment of all submitting to Covid-19 testing with hydroxychloroquine sulfate – 200mg or the hydroxychloroquine phosphate equivalent, three times a day for six days and zinc sulfate – 220mg once a day for five days. This is an epidemiologic recommendation to cut down the viral pool in demographic areas. This assumes that all tested have been screened for testing and exhibit flu symptoms. Those testing positive will have azithromycin – 250mg twice a day for six days added to the treatment regimen.
The above consensus opinion was arrived at considering the following:
- Chloroquine is and has been used for decades in the treatment of malaria. Its safety and efficacy are well documented. Hydroxychloroquine is more efficacious and safer. Hydroxychloroquine acts in preventing viral attachment to the ACE receptor on cells.
- Azithromycin, in addition to its intracellular mechanisms which may interfere with viral replication, has anti-inflammatory effects which may mediate cell / viral integration and interaction.
- Zinc is postulated to have effects on the cell membrane the opposite of those seen with saponification mechanisms used to introduce genetic code in recombinant technologies. It is 100% safe.