One of the more annoying aspects of COVID 19 pandemic is the lack of information on treatments. Significantly, there are increasing numbers of treatments and now one which is specifically approved for treatment of COVID 19 symptoms. It is called Fabiflu.
Before I get into some details about Fabiflu, I think it appropriate to readdressed Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ). HCQ was first reported when President Trump used it as a prophylactic. He was immediately ridiculed and whatever science associated with its potential was suppressed. None the less, it is still available and in use with COVID 19 around the world. You can buy a Zivardo pack without prescription from India.
Ivermectin is another treatment for COVID 19. A summary posted in an NIH publication addresses the results of a wide variety of studies. The reported conclusion is that Ivermectin “demonstrates a strong signal of therapeutic efficacy” against COVID-19. Using the Ivermectin treatment, which also involves zinc and doxycycline, there have been substantial reductions in COVID 19 related deaths – as much as 75% in one study. You can buy the complete Ivermectin pack without prescription from India.
In June 2020, Favipiravir known as Fabiflu was approved for COVID-19 treatment by the Drug Controller General of India (DGCI). Glenmark manufactures it for the treatment of mild to moderate COVID 19 symptoms. You can buy Fabiflu without a prescription from India although it is more difficult to do so because of national demand in India.
What is the mechanism of action by Fabiflu? Apparently, Fabiflu targets the COVID 19 enzyme that helps with the multiplication of the viral RNA in the body. Fabiflu causes the RNA of the virus to mutate more slowly and this leads to a reduction in the viable viral load by as much as 98%. This gives time for a patient’s immune system to catch up. It also allows for improvement in the condition of the lungs (which is key to survival). Glenmark reports that Fabiflu is nearly 90% effective in reducing the symptoms of COVID 19.
So, back to the original issue – why are discussions about these treatments missing in America’s national news and in reports from the federal government? Why are “vaccines” touted as the only solution even though there is increasing evidence of declining “vaccine” effectiveness against the variants of COVID 19. (For example, the latest report is that the Pfizer one shot “vaccine” is only 36% effective against the Delta variant of COVID 19 whereas it is 88% effective if you have the two shot protocol. And there are concerns and warnings about the Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson “vaccines” and the rise in post vaccination Guillain-Barre syndrome.)
By way of disclaimer, I am not opposed to COVID 19 “vaccines”. Apparently, they do help to minimize the most serious side effects of breakthrough COVID 19 disease. Nevertheless, it is important to provide information on the full range of options for dealing with COVID 19 – and this should include both prophylactic treatment as well as the pre-treatment options of “vaccines”.)