Do you want to hear a story that has a real happy ending? Do you believe the people who share their experiences of healing an incurable disease?
I healed an incurable disease. It never occurred to me until now that some people didn’t believe me. I think that when you really heal from a disease and you are told that there is no cure, some people actually doubt that you’re right.
Heck. You know that you healed because YOU are the one who is cured. For those watching by the sidelines, they tend to impose their beliefs and fears upon your experience.
Make sense? Well, it makes sense to me because I did cure an incurable disease. So, when I hear that someone healed from a fatal outcome, I believe them!
Have you heard about Rio Giardinieri? Well, click this link and hear him tell you himself how he healed from COVID 19, the Coronavirus. I am amazed at the people who doubt his story.
I am saddened by the doctors who hesitated to help him.
He certainly doesn’t doubt it. I don’t doubt it … been there – done that.
So, take a seat, chill a bit, and open your mind that good things can happen.
Be careful as you surf mainstream media to learn about this drug. For some odd reason, the mainstream isn’t supportive of what appears to be a wonderful solution to the Coronavirus.
Why play politics or be a Negative-Nellie if this helps resolve someone’s pain and suffering? Don’t be negative at a time when hope and success are great news.
Here’s the history of chloroquine:
- Chloroquine is prescribed for either the prevention of or treatment of malaria (from mosquitoes);
- Chloroquine (also known as chloroquine phosphate) is available in the United States by prescription only;
- It is sold under the brand name Aralen®, and it is also sold as a generic medicine;
- Chloroquine can be prescribed to adults and children of all ages based on the child’s weight;
- It can also be safely taken by pregnant and nursing mothers;
- The CDC keeps track of all the places in the world where malaria transmission occurs, and which malaria drugs are recommended in which location;
- The CDC has no limits on the use of chloroquine for the prevention of malaria;
- Hydroxychloroquine (Plaquenil®) is also an antimalarial drug.
About 1,500 cases of malaria are diagnosed in the United States every year.
Why don’t we hear about any deaths from these cases? I think that there aren’t any deaths because they use chloroquine (Aralen) under a doctor’s supervision.
Chloroquine is a relatively well-tolerated medicine, so why isn’t our entire country rallying behind the probability of curing Coronavirus using chloroquine?
This is not the time to be negative when hope and success are right in front of you.
All medicines have some side effects, so don’t panic if you use chloroquine under a doctor’s supervision, especially if you have contracted COVID 19.
I don’t think anyone has complained when using it for malaria.
The most common adverse reactions reported are:
- stomach pain
- people with psoriasis should not take chloroquine or any antimalarial drug because it can cause a flare-up
Please listen to the interview with Rio Giardinieri – having recovered from an incurable disease myself, I cannot stress his case history and happy ending more than now!
Everyone handles illness, and possible death, differently, but one thing is for sure – stay open-minded, don’t harshly judge, educate yourself, and beware of propaganda.
Be smart. Stay positive. Keep the faith.
Congratulations, Rio Giardinieri. I am thrilled for you!
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