World Ivermectin Day 2023: Shining A Spotlight on a Life-Saving Treatment

Ivermectin, a drug derived from a soil microbe discovered decades ago on a Japanese golf course, has found itself at the center of a heated global debate in recent years. Advocates argue it could be a potential game-changer in the fight against COVID-19, while skeptics continue to question its efficacy and safety, despite hundreds of studies, 164 of which are peer-reviewed, and 98 of which compare treatment and control groups.

Ivermectin is a broad-spectrum drug that began being used in the 1980s, mainly as an anti-parasitic to treat conditions such as river blindness and scabies. It is considered a safe and effective treatment for these ailments, with a well-established track record.

World Ivermectin Day emerged in 2021 as a day to raise awareness about the benefits of ivermectin, share information, present data, and advocate for its use in COVID-19 treatment protocols.

Learn more about this incredible medicine:

What is Ivermectin?

Discover the truth about Ivermectin in this enlightening documentary. Director Adrian Ursu travels back in time to share the facts about its natural origins and how it earned the name, “The Wonder Drug.”

Ivermectin: The Truth

From filmmaker Mikki Willis, Ivermectin: The Truth examines all that is true and untrue about the repurposed drug included in FLCCC protocols. The video is to “correct the narrative and to reveal the motive behind the smear campaign against one of the safest and most effective medicines of this era.”

The Untold Story of a Miracle Drug

Why Didn’t We Use Repurposed Drugs? The Unsolved Mystery of the Pandemic

Off-patent, affordable and backed by years of research to support safety and efficacy, why Would Big Pharma reject repurposed drugs?

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