Dr. Paul Merik, MD has introduced a new bill in New Hampshire that would allow Ivermectin to be available to anyone across the counter.
He stated that Ivermectin is safer than Tylenol®, which has been shown in studies to be toxic to the liver.
Benefits of Ivermectin
Discovered in the late-1970s, Ivermectin was originally introduced as a veterinary drug because it kills a wide range of internal and external parasites in livestock and other animals. It was immediately evident that it treated two of the world’s most devastating and disfiguring diseases that had plagued many of the world’s poor countries.
In 2015, the Nobel Committee for Physiology or Medicine awarded the discovery of Ivermectin (IVM) for its successful treatment against some of the world’s most devastating tropical diseases.
Before COVID, it was given to people around the world free-of-charge as the #1 way to eliminate these diseases.
In opposition to what mainstream news will tell you, Ivermectin is proven to help with COVID. But, did you know that Ivermectin has also been proven in studies to inhibit cancer stem‑like cells?
Ivermectin And COVID
In March 2020, Ivermectin was first used against COVID-19. More than 20 randomized clinical trials tracked inpatient and outpatient COVID treatments. Six out of seven outcomes of the Ivermectin treatments in 2021 found notable reductions in COVID-19 fatalities, with a mean 31% risk of mortality vs the controls.
So, why is it so difficult for people to find it in America today? When this question is answered, there will be some serious explaining to do!
Here’s hoping that the New Hampshire legislator makes the right decision for the benefit of all – and Fido, too.
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