Below are suggestions, depending on what stage you are in. These suggestions cover prevention, symptomatic treatment, late stage (advocating for a loved one in the hospital) and long haulers syndrome. All of these suggestions are from doctors working on the frontlines or from COVID survivors. None of the information on this page is a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please see our full medical disclaimer before proceeding.

If you are a physician or a survivor and have additional suggestions to add, please contact us.

If you have questions about the protocol information on the website, schedule a private 1×1 session with a Covid Protocol Coach.

UPDATE: The most recent study by Oxford University (randomized control trial) showed a 90% reduction in hospitalization for people with COVID.

Stage 1 –Protection/Prevention Measures

  1. Below are suggested over-the-counter therapies that doctors recommend and/or patients report have aided in protection and prevention, especially if you you have been exposed. If you are interested in getting all of these items in ONE box as a convenience, go here now! It includes all of the below in ONE box delivered to you.
    • Budesonide nasal spray (such as Rhinocort) – available at any drugstore, Target, Walmart, grocery stories and Amazon.
      – Follow instructions on package
    • Mouthwash– any mouthwash that either that says “kills 99.9% germs” like Listerine or a whitening mouthwash with hydrogen peroxide
      – Gargle twice daily
    • Hydroshot drink (molecular hydrogen enriched water) – available at This drink has many medical benefits.
      – Drink 1 can in AM on empty stomach per day
    • Zinc Sulfate or Zinc Picolinate – 30-50 mg once daily OR
    • Silver Bullet drink (hydrogen infused green tea with zinc) – available at Do NOT take both the zinc supplement and the Silver Bullet drink. We recommend the drink over the supplement as this physician-inspired formula helps you to more easily absorb zinc which protects you against all viruses.
      – Drink 1 can in PM with food per day
    • Vitamin D3 – 5,000-10,000 IUs a day
    • Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) – 800-1,000 mg a day
    • Quercetin – 500 mg a day
    • Pulse oximeter to monitor your oxygen levels
  2. Move as much as you can to enable deep breathing. Walking is good, dancing is great.
  3. Sing – singing is also good at helping you breathe.

Stage 2 – Symptomatic or Positive Test

  1. Review all items listed above in Protection/Prevention. Note that the Hydroshot drink helps to alleviate the symptoms of diarrhea and nausea. The Silver Bullet drink helps you more easily absorb zinc which is known to fight all viruses. Patients who took both of these drinks have reported a much quicker recovery.
  2. Contact your doctor to prescribe the needed protocol so you can recover from home. If they are skeptical, send them to this website and review the studies under the Validation tab and to review doctor and patient testimonials under the Stories tab.
  3. If you don’t have a doctor who will help you, try a telemedicine provider in our network or try the other options listed on that page if you cannot find one in your area.
  4. Recover from your home.
  5. Have on hand to aid in your recovery and any telemedicine visits (available at any drugstore or online at Amazon):

Stage 3 – Late Stage – in Hospital

The following are suggestions for you or for advocating for a loved one who is in the hospital and cannot advocate for themselves.

  1. Try to do the mouthwash listed above twice a day while in hospital, even if on oxygen.
  2. Try to move as much as you can. Get up, walk around if you can.
  3. Insist that you (or your loved one) be given the budesonide protocol (even if on ventilator). Some doctors or hospitals are refusing to treat based on a couple of reasons. See below.
  4. If the doctor is refusing to treat based on “budesonide is not FDA-approved for Covid,” we suggest the following arguments:
    • Nothing is approved for Covid. Doctors are freely prescribing Zinc and Vitamin D. They are not FDA-approved for Covid.
    • Doctors are freely prescribing many other drugs (like antibiotics and Tylenol) that are not FDA-approved for Covid. They are prescribing Tylenol for the SYMPTOM of headache and fever. Doctors can prescribe inhaled budesonide for the SYMPTOM of not being able to breathe, for patients saying “I can’t breathe” as it is FDA-approved for breathing symptoms and lung inflammation.
    • Remind the doctor that budesonide is so safe that it is OTC in nasal sprays such as Rhinocort.
    • Doctors prescribe for symptoms all the time. It is time for doctors to be doctors, to step up, be brave and save lives!
    • Oxford University study proved 90% reduction in hospitalizations with inhaled budesonide.
    • Also, you may want to use the Right to Try legislation.
  5. If the hospital staff refuses to treat with budesonide based on the excuse that the virus is aerosolized with a nebulizer and will be spread throughout the hospital, a suggested response is below:
    • Request that the nebulized treatment be administered in a negative pressure room. Every hospital has one.
    • Tell them you have a right to ask for a treatment that works. Patients have a right to choose the therapy they want.
    • If they still refuse, our hospital insider (nurse/attorney/hospital administrator) suggests that you say the following: “I request an ethics consultation with the hospital ethics committee with a complaint of failure of communication.” This creates a legal record in case you need further legal recourse or action. Remember doctors have taken an oath to “do no harm.”
  6. Share the following studies with doctors and hospital:
    1. Common asthma treatment reduces need for hospitalisation in COVID-19 patients, study suggests (University of Oxford)
    2. Budesonide facilitates weaning from mechanical ventilation in difficult-to-wean very severe COPD patients
    3. Effect of nebulized budesonide on respiratory mechanics and oxygenation in acute lung injury/acute respiratory distress syndrome
  7. For more information on how to advocate for a loved one, go here.
Long Haulers

Stage 4 – Long Haulers (Lingering or Long-term Issues)

We have been contacted by many folks who had COVID and are suffering from long-term issues such as brain fog as well as breathing, heart, intestinal and joint issues. We have noticed that most of those folks were not properly treated early with budesonide so the cytokine storm happened throughout the body and perhaps did some damage. If you are one of those people, you may try some of the following suggestions:

  1. Try some of preventive measures in stage 1 above to see if they help. Most especially the nasal budesonide and both of the hydrogen drinks (Hydroshot and Silver Bullet).
  2. Do an internal cleanse such as the harmful organism cleanse. This cleanse helps detoxify your system and supports your immune system and has helped many people get completely well.
  3. Explore some of Dr. Mobeen Syed’s medical lectures on Long Haulers:

***Medical disclaimer: This website was created for informational purposes only and has no ties to any drug company or physician. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website. In addition, no one involved in this website has financial ties to any of the suggested therapies. We are merely patient advocates, trying to save lives and fight medical censorship.***