Dr Peter Dingle posts:
Could not agree more!
Story from a mom who took her child to the emergency room with a cut:
Doctor: “We’re going to give her a tetanus vaccine.”
Mom: “Really? What brand and configuration did you have in mind?”
Doctor: “Just Tetanus.”
Mom: “You mean the DTaP?”
Doctor: “Well, yes.”
Mom: “So, you want to give my child a vaccine for 3 diseases when you’re only concerned about one?”
Doctor: “It’s the only way it comes.”
Mom: “So…how long will it take for the vaccine to help her create antibodies against tetanus?”
Doctor: “About 3 weeks.”
Mom: “If this wound contains tetanus spores in the correct environment, how long before the spores start producing toxins causing lockjaw then death?”
Mom: “So you want to give her a vaccine that she won’t mount an immune response with until about a week after she’s dead, then?”
We left without the shot or TiG…
Scares me that I have more information than a physician.
It should scare you, too. — Dee Resnick Forlano
Fun facts on tetanus that clearly most doctors don’t know (or lie about) since they give the DTaP vaccine for even sinus infections and any minor cut:
- Tetanus is an anaerobic bacteria meaning it can’t survive in oxygenated environments meaning if the wound bled, NO tetanus.
- Just because you get cut on metal (rusty or not), it doesn’t automatically mean tetanus bacteria is present. Tetanus is normally found in manure/dirt and not on a clean plumbing fixture.
- Even if there was a deep puncture wound that did not bleed, caused by an object that had tetanus bacteria on it, you literally can NOT “vaccinate” against a bacterial infection AFTER the exposure. The vaccine is not an instant tetanus killer; it would take weeks for your body to produce enough antibodies (provided the vaccine is even successful at all).
- If there were serious concerns about tetanus exposure (as previously explained) then the ONLY thing that could help (outside of allowing the wound to bleed, if possible, and cleaning the wound with soap, water, or hydrogen peroxide) would be the TiG shot (tetanus immunoglobulin), which is an anti-toxin and not a vaccine.
- There is no “tetanus vaccine” available, only the DTaP which is a 3-in-1 cocktail vaccine consisting of Diptheria, Tetanus & Pertussis (whooping cough).
- A tetanus shot would not help a current case of tetanus as a vaccine takes several weeks to create antibodies. If a current case of tetanus is truly a concern, the TiG shot is what should be given.
- According to the VAERS database, reactions to vaccines for tetanus and diptheria are not rare. As of August 2012, there were over 22,000 adverse reactions reported and 67 deaths.
- Lastly, the CDC states that efficacy of the tetanus toxoid has never been studied in a vaccine trial.
I was sent the above graphic and asked if I knew anything of it so I went looking and found some supporting data.
If you are unable to get Hydroxychloroquine (here in OZ it is an illegal treatment for COVID-19) keep this in mind. As per the working protocol, the zinc supplement and the antibiotic would need to be administered concurrently.
Obviously best done under medical supervision but better saving someone by using this without medical supervision than losing them.
Unfortunately I do not know how much quinine is in the result of this concoction and it would obviously not be standardised as it would vary from batch to batch.
Will add to this as more data comes to hand.
Here are the references I found.
Quinine is a natural white crystalline alkaloid. Quinine or Tonic water it is a good bitter and helps with digestion. It also helps to control bacteria, pain, fungus, inflammation, and stress. It also has a muscle relaxing agent and works well to treat leg cramps.
Quinine is naturally found in the cinchona tree in the forests of South America and has been used successfully to treat malaria malaria. It is also found in the rinds of citrus fruits like grapefruits and bitter lemons.
Quinine has many uses and applications.It is analgesic, anesthetic, antiarrhythmic, antibacterial, antimalarial, antimicrobial, antiparasitic, antipyretic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, astringent, bactericide, cytotoxic, febrifuge, fungicide, insecticide, nervine, stomachic, tonic.
To make quinine water from grapefruit rind:
Take the rind of 2-3 grapefruits. Take the peel only and cover it with water about 3 inches above the peels. Let it simmer for about 2 hours. Sweeten the tea with honey or sugar since it will be bitter. Take 1 tablespoon every couple of hours to bring up the phlegm from your lungs. Discontinue as soon as you get better.
The essential oils found in grap[efruit are produced and stored in the peel. The most predominant oil – limonene, or D-limonene – is often used to add flavor and fragrance to various foods. Limonene exhibits potent anti-inflammatory abilities, according to the July 2013 issue of Life Sciences.
Quercetin is a powerful immune booster and broad-spectrum antiviral. It also inhibits the release of pro-inflammatory cytokines, which may be beneficial since serious COVID-19 infection and subsequent death appears to be due to cytokine storm activity. A derivative of quercetin has been shown to provide broad-spectrum protection against a wide range of viruses, including SARS.
The illogics in the response to the virus are mind-bogglingly insane. Many more are dying from the lockdown (suicides, deferred medical procedures etc.) than the virus yet we persist with the insane response!
I don’t really hope they disappear ‘cos you’d only have to make some new ones to then have a game again. The size of the game we choose to play governs the size we assume and the problems we choose to have. If you want to be bigger, decide what game you are going to play, what problems you would like, then start!
(Tom: I searched for but could not find the origianl source of the following text. Some places said it had been removed. As it contains data that is important and could be life-saving and is consistent with other data I have read I am forwarding it as received sans the references to the unavailable drawings. It also supports the condemnation of the deliberate attempts to discredit Hydroxychloroquine via murderous rigged trials: https://www.palmerfoundation.com.au/health-impact-news-dr-meryl-nass-discovers-hydroxychloroquine-experiments-were-designed-to-kill-covid-patients-how-many-were-murdered/)
Dr Maroun Hayek’s post:
“Dear friends and family:
As I see my posts being shared quite often, I will introduce my credentials. I am a practicing Medical Hematologist & Oncologist for 30 years. I am board certified by ABIM in Internal Medicine (1993, 2003 and 2013), Medical Oncology (1996, 2006 and 2016) and Hematology (1997, 2007 and 2017). I have served as Chief medical resident, Chief of medicine, Chief of staff, MEC and numerous committees. I embraced inpatient Covid care in February 2020 and have been and continue to be, firsthand involved in every single Covid admission to DRMC in Greenville, MS in Washington county, one of the most heavily affected areas in the state of MS.
I have come to realize that the cycles of the Covid-19 disease are unknown to most, hence the understandable confusion regarding Hydroxychloroquine. Here is a concise presentation.
As the virus invades the respiratory system, our immune system will eventually eradicate it. However, unlike other viral diseases, in some patients, this immune response will cause an inflammation that, given enough time, will independently disrupt oxygen transfer from the lung to blood capillaries even after the virus has been destroyed. Concomitantly, the capillaries are squeezed and intravascular clotting starts, causing rapid vascular closure. Consequently, as the disease progresses, blood oxygen levels will keep dropping until asphyxia occurs.
Starting Hydroxychloroquine at stages 1 or 2 will promptly destroy the virus and prevent the inflammatory reaction from occurring, hence an exceedingly high success rate. These two stages are seen outside the hospital. Few treated patients will progress to hospital admission and even less will die. At DRMC outpatient clinic, where Hydroxy is promptly started, only seven patients had to be admitted of whom only one remains intubated (NO DEATHS SO FAR AT THAT STAGE). These results have been duplicated across the world and are certainly not unique to my practice.
At early to mid-stage III, Hydroxychloroquine has been shown to reduce the risk of death by about 65% (Both in US and Italy). The immediate addition of anticoagulation and anti-inflammatory treatment will bring mortality well into the single digits (personal experience, to be published).
Late stage III and stage IV is when oxygen requirements are significant. By then, the virus has been cleared thanks to the immune system, but capillary clotting and inflammation of the green barrier are still rampant. As the virus has been cleared, you can see clearly why, at this stage, Hydroxy (or any other antiviral) will miserably fail at making an impact. This is the stage where all the negative studies of Hydroxychloroquine that you hear about have been publicized.
Hydroxychloroquine’s toxicity is another target of widespread misinformation. When used by expert physicians, in a total of more than 4000 patients that were properly screened for appropriateness of Hydroxychloroquine, there was (as in my practice) not a single cardiac-related death. The main side effect is nausea which occurs in 2 to 5% of people. However, in advanced stages, patients are so ill that treatment-related toxicities (including cardiac) will uniformly rise.
Undoubtedly, it would be ideal if we had US clinical trials to validate this approach once and for all. For your knowledge, this is one of the job descriptions of the National Institute of Health as posted on their website. If you want to lay any criticism as to why it is not yet available 8 months into the pandemic, please address it with the NIH, not by questioning the integrity of those who constantly, diligently, and unwaveringly, are putting both their own and their families’ physical wellbeing at risk to deliver the best possible care.
I therefore urge you all to promptly seek care if symptomatic. Reach out to your primary care physician early on for rapid intervention. If you are simply advised to receive Tylenol and a cough syrup, quickly find someone else. These treatments need a comprehensive medical evaluation, blood testing, and EKG to be delivered safely. They cannot be dispensed over the phone.
Best regards and God speed to all as we continue navigate these difficult times,”
Maroun Hayek, MD