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Home Recipe for Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ)

by bill - 2021-05-03 ( life / health / covid )

from needtoknow.news

"The following is for informational purposes ONLY.If you are sick, see your doctor. This is one person's opinion and is not suggested as a cure or treatment for anything."

It is just a point of information from the net. I don't know who provided this formula but if you click on the URL you will see they censored the link. In any event I was able to get it. One doctor said in a video he was using Hydroxychloroquine for his lupus patients and the pharmacist wouldn't fill it. Ohio had tried to ban it and the Governor intervened. It's been used for 65 years.

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DISCLAIMER: We are not medical professionals but can comprehend the various articles linked on this site. Think for yourself. Make up your own mind. Those of us with reading comprehension skills and healthy immune systems are much better off trusting our own body versus the profit-driven pharmaceutical industry.


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At 16:30 in this new video, Dr. Christiane Northrup explains how to make HCQ (hydroxychloroquine) at home though in a second reference, after the recipe, she refers to it as quercetin. It sounds totally simple. I have NO idea of the biochemistry of this, and I'm merely posting what she said: Take 3 organic grapefruit and 3 organic lemons, take the rind off them, put them in a pot with a glass top, then simmer for 3 hours. Then let it cool down, strain it, then you can freeze it or put it in the fridge. Take 2 tablespoons (30 ml) twice a day, and it'll be very helpful. See Dr. Christiane Northrup gives new details on covid vaccine shedding, transmission, especially among women - anonymous, 2021-05-21 07:36:51
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