Ivermectin is a highly effective medication that prevents and treats COVID-19 infections. We have had great results using Ivermectin with our guests. That is why we are recommending it in addition to our Immune Pak.
Strengthening our guests’ immune system has been the primary goal of our treatment program at the Hotze Health & Wellness Center since 1989. To achieve this, we recommend a whole-food eating plan, hormone replenishment with natural bioidentical hormones, allergy treatment, an exercise program and vitamin and mineral supplementation (Dr. Hotze’s Immune Pak contains vitamins A 10,000 IU, B Complex, C 6,000 mg, D3 10,000 IU, zinc 30 mg and a probiotic).
This comprehensive program is why so few of our thousands of guests have contracted the coronavirus, and why those who have recovered quickly.
Dr. Donald Ellsworth has done significant research on the use of Ivermectin in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19. It is because of Dr. Ellsworth’s research of Ivermectin and his clinical experience in using this medication that we have decided to recommend it to our guests for use as a preventative measure against COVID-19.
What Is Ivermectin?
Ivermectin is an FDA-approved anti-parasite medication, discovered in 1978 by biologist, William C. Campbell. In 2015, Dr. Campbell was awarded a Nobel Prize in medicine based on the worldwide impact Ivermectin had made in reducing parasitic diseases.
Studies in numerous countries throughout the world have demonstrated that Ivermectin also inhibits the coronavirus causing COVID-19 by 99.8% within the first 24 hours, as well as inhibiting the flu virus. These studies have demonstrated that patients with COVID-19, who are treated with Ivermectin, experience significantly milder symptoms, and a shorter duration of illness. Ivermectin has dramatically decreased the fatality rate in the infirm and elderly who have contracted this disease. The earlier Ivermectin is given in the course of an illness, the better the outcome.
Unfortunately, unlike the 1980s, when Ivermectin was mass produced and widely distributed to cure parasitic diseases, it has largely gone unrecognized in the United States as an effective medication to prevent and treat COVID-19. This is unfortunate, because our research and the use of Ivermectin at our Center has proven it to be a safe, well tolerated, and effective way to prevent COVID-19.
Even if you consider yourself healthy and are not worried about COVID-19, it seems to make sense to take Ivermectin to prevent contracting it. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
We recommend regular dosing of Ivermectin, for one day every other week, for prevention and increased dosing if you exhibit symptoms consistent with a COVID-19 infection. These symptoms are that of the common flu and include fever, fatigue, muscle aches, headaches, loss of smell and taste, nasal and sinus congestion, cough, and bronchitis.
Ivermectin is particularly important for infirm, elderly people with pre-existing health conditions, who have the highest risk of developing severe cases of COVID-19 or influenza.
Paul E. Marik M.D., famous for his intravenous vitamin C sepsis treatment, which dramatically reduces the risk of dying from sepsis, has put together a program for addressing COVID-19 based on the emerging science at (Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance). You can view the December 4th FLCCC Alliance press conference from Houston, Texas on YouTube. Dr. Ellsworth had the opportunity to meet and visit with Dr. Marik following the conference.
How to Get Ivermectin
Active guests of Hotze Health & Wellness Center can request Ivermectin by sending us a message through the patient portal/Healow app or through our secure texting system. Go to patient.klara.com and log in with your cell phone number (no username or password needed). Include this information: 1) your most recent weight, 2) whether you are taking Warfarin (Coumadin), and 3) if you have had any vaccinations aside from flu in the last month.
Alternatively, you can also call our office at 281.579.3600 to obtain a prescription for prevention. If you think you have COVID-19, then let us know your symptoms, and when they began. Our providers can determine the proper course of therapy. If indicated, a prescription for Ivermectin can be called in to our pharmacy.
We do not recommend being tested for COVID-19. As you are probably well aware, there are many false positives. Once you are tested, your name may be placed on a government list for contact tracing.