UPDATE: The most recent study by Oxford University (randomized control trial) showed a 90% reduction in hospitalization for people with COVID.
No FDA COVID Treatment
There is no medication that is FDA-approved to treat or cure COVID-19.
But there are therapies to help you BREATHE better, in all stages of the disease.
To help with breathing issues, many doctors around the world are using a therapy that includes an inhaled corticosteroid called budesonide, used with a nebulizer.
Budesonide is an FDA-approved medication that decreases inflammation in the lungs.
Inhaled budesonide is a safe, generic, inexpensive prescription medication.
It is used by millions of people who suffer from asthma every day.
It can be prescribed by any doctor or nurse practitioner for respiratory symptoms.
Budesonide is so safe that it is in some over-the-counter nasal sprays such as Rhinocort. Some patients have reported that they found relief using the nasal spray in early stages.
Stops the Spread
Inhaled budesonide used with a nebulizer blocks the inflammatory chemicals released by the virus and stops them from spreading.
Inhaled budesonide targets the lungs and does not affect your immune system or your body’s ability to heal like systemic steroids do.
Expert physicians have suggested a full therapeutic protocol that includes not only inhaled budesonide using a nebulizer, but also zinc to help fight viruses and an antibiotic such as clarithromycin for secondary bacterial infections such as pneumonia.
Keep in mind that your doctor will know how best to treat you.
How to Get Protocol
If you are having breathing symptoms, contact your doctor and ask if they will treat your symptoms.
If you do not have a doctor or a doctor or provider has refused to treat you with this very safe, effective protocol, please call a telemedicine provider on the provider tab, get the protocol called into your pharmacy, and heal safely from home. No need to go to a hospital or clinic.
Have These Handy
We suggest having the following handy to help in your recovery from your home and to aid in any telemedicine visits:
1) Thermometer to monitor your fever,
2) Pulse oximeter to monitor your oxygen levels, and
3) Nebulizer for administering budesonide.
4) Nasal spray – OTC nasal spray such as Rhinocort has budesonide and may help with early symptoms.
5) Mouthwash – another helpful suggestion is using a mouthwash with hydrogen peroxide 2-3 times a day.
You can pick these up at any drugstore or order online and have them delivered to your home.
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