If you watch the news about COVID-19, you will have certainly heard about drugs such as Remdesivir and REGEN-CoV2, two drugs that were administered to President Trump when he got the disease.
But what about ZIVERDO? You probably never heard about it! And chances are that, if you don’t read this article, or pay attention to COVID-19 news on Twitter and some other social media, you would never hear about it.
A reason may simply be that it’s a very cheap therapy for COVID-19.
But who developed this therapy? Well, drawing from its composition, it appears that it can be attributed to none other than the esteemed Professor Thomas Borody, from Australia, whom we interviewed last September and who had even the audacity to claim that COVID-19 was “easier than treating the flu.”
The ZIVERDO therapy is made of 3 agents:
- Z stands for Zinc
- IVER stands for Ivermectin
- DO stands for Doxycycline
While Professor Borody never made the precise dosage of his therapy public, the producers of ZIVERDO opted for the following formulation.
“ZIVERDO Kit Contains Zinc Acetate 50 mg, Doxycycline 100 mg & Ivermectin 12 mg Dispersible Tablets.”
In addition, they also recommend Vitamin D3, to make it a “quadruple therapy.”
The therapy is offered as home kits and is presented as “first line treatment for COVID-19 positive patients.”
The ZIVERDO therapy is also very close to the i-MASK+ protocol developed by Professor Marik and his colleagues, where Ivermectin and Zinc play a key role.
In our recent webinar, Professor Marik mentioned Doxycycline can be added to the protocol for early treatment when needed.