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The death last week of Chicago's freedom-fighter, Veronica Wolski, has inspired me to prepare just in case I, or anyone I know, were to contract COVID. Whether vaccinated or unvaccinated, there are still those who are testing positive for the virus. A positive reading only means we have come in contact with it so, in and of itself, it is not necessarily alarming. Most people's immune systems will fight off disease and they will progressively recover.
But, if there are ever any symptoms, the key to rapid healing is early treatment. So, I want to pass along a link where I was able to pay $59 for a virtual doctor's appointment and, consequently, was prescribed a healing 5-day dose of the drug, Ivermectin, to keep in the medicine cabinet, just in case it were ever to become necessary for use. After watching a 5-minute post of a young adult's video documentation of her Ivermectin treatment when she encounter the virus, there is a brief ad, and then a form to fill out for a virtual MD consultation. The drug itself is $99 and is shipped mail order.
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Preparation Is Key!
Just as most of us untrained chef's would not attempt to throw together a meal at the last second and expect a stunning success, waiting to prepare until we were to experience symptoms of COVID is not a wise decision. In our current COVID-treatment climate, where it is not based on science/medicine but, instead, has become extremely politicized (I suppose because Big Pharma wants to push/sell its vaccines, rather than widely inform the public there are several safe treatments,) going to the hospital with the disease usually is the beginning of the end for most patients, as we learned recently from Veronica's tragic outcome.
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It is far better to plan ahead of time, advocating for our own health or for the health of our friends & loved ones, by having a doctor-prescribed, emergency supply on hand. He explained to me how to store it and use it, in the event I were to ever need it. Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine are regularly reported by the media as dangerous but, actually, they have been used for many years in humans, safely and effectively, when prescribed in the proper doses by licensed physicians.
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Naturally, there are things we can do to strengthen our natural immunity.
Eat less packaged foods/more fresh-from-the-farm fruits, veggies, grains, nuts, dairy, meats, etc.
20 minutes of daily exercise (even just moderate walking the dog or around the block)
Stress-reducing techniques: Meditation, Devotions (Scriptures,) Prayer, short power naps, laughter, soothing music/art, anything that relaxes & enlightens.
Gratitude: Fine-tune our awareness of daily gifts and blessings for which to be grateful
Look for opportunities to help/serve others. These always facilitate feelings of accomplishment, satisfaction, self-esteem, and overall well-being.
Get 8 hours of sleep nightly!
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Preparation brings safety and confidence.
7 "Be thou prepared, and prepare for thyself, thou, and all thy company that are assembled unto thee, and be thou a guard unto them." 8 After many days thou shalt be visited: in the latter years thou shalt come into the land that is brought back from the sword ...and they shall dwell safely all of them.
23 Thus will I magnify myself, and sanctify myself; and I will be known in the eyes of many nations, and they shall know that I am the Lord." Ezekiel 38: 7-8, 23
Preparing ourselves for emergencies of all kinds brings us safety, comfort, and confidence that we are following God's instructions, so He will provide for us. We do not need to live in fear. God reminds us that fear is the opposite of faith, so let's prepare ourselves and confidently live in faith!
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All The Best!
I wish you all the strength and wisdom as you navigate these treacherous times in which we live. We got this! I am grateful for you and your support and I'm so happy we have each other to travel our roads together of hope, healing, and happiness.