Delta Wolf

After a lost week of human self-experimentation to survive multiply mutated Fauci-Baric China Virus, Wolf has obtained answers to a thousand questions. Here are just a few of those answers.

Over the last week, overcoming my SECOND case of the China virus, I have been able to learn quite a bit about the enemy’s weaponry – AND our own.

I was READY this time. PREPARATION paid off, and big-league.

I tried to help others prepare, and ended up helping myself, too.

Ivermectin – The Preparation

OK, people. It is time for THE WOLF to GET PATTON ON YOUR ASSES. As you may know, we now have many of our dear members actively fighting COVID-19, including one (gil00) in the hospital. Several have received Regeneron. Thus far, praise God, we have not lost anybody – and I intend to keep it …

I felt it was important to share what I have learned, and to answer people’s questions, but I wanted to have enough strength to actually do a post – not just a few quick answers lost in the middle of conversations.

I have answered a few questions already – I will try to link to some of those answers. Other answers I may copy here. But most of these questions are being answered here for the first time.


1. Which version of COVID-19 did I have?


singingsoul1(@singingsoul1) Online Wolverine  Reply to  Wolf Moon December 3, 2021 19:46

Wolf is that [omicron] the strain you and your wife caught? I am wondering since you did not respond as well to Ivermectin?

Where did you catch the first virus covid and where do you think you caught the second virus? You caught two different strains?

What I had this time was almost certainly Delta.

What I had the first time was almost certainly a minor variant of the original Wuhan strain (COVID-19).

Here is the current worldwide geographic distribution according to NextStrain.

Note that the colors are not fixed – the same data may be shown with different colors from one day to the next.

The turquoise color which covers 2/3 to 3/4 of almost every pie chart across the planet is the Delta variant. You can see that it has rapidly become the predominant version.

The various grayish versions (1/4 to 1/3 of each pie) are basically the original Wuhan strains PLUS the gazillion minor morphs of THAT which formed immediately. You remember the “European strain” and the “Washington strain”, and the “New York”, “Italian”, etc. – those were all still basically Wuhan, and those are the variants that are still effectively treated by all the original vaccines and antibodies.

If things had stayed there, the vaccinated would largely not be having breakthrough cases right now. Similarly, I would not have had a “breakthrough case” on my natural immunity.

The purplish and orange versions are other minor variants of concern, some of which were once much bigger concerns, until delta began to predominate. The vaccines still held up fairly well against those, as did, apparently, my natural immunity.

Omicron (red) is barely on the map right now.

It is EXTREMELY unlikely that I had omicron. It is VERY likely that I had standard issue delta variant.

2. How do I know that I had COVID-19?

Within a 24 hour period, I was positive to three tests – TWO antigen tests (BinaxNOW and QuickVue), plus a PCR test run by my primary care physician’s group.

The same tests showed my wife to be negative on Day Zero and Day One of my infection.

However, LATER, on Day 4 of my case, another run of QuickVue showed my wife to be weakly positive.

In my opinion, and with as much experience as I have now, running them, these antigen tests are highly reliable and trustworthy.

But that’s just the beginning.

My new case was, in so many ways, almost identical to the case that I had in January 2020. That case predated the availability of tests. Also, because it predated antibody test availability, I never got an antibody test until 6 months later – which by then was negative.

But now I’m CERTAIN. I had COVID the first time. Same damn disease. THE SAME.

And it all makes sense. DELTA BREAKTHROUGH IS possible for Wuhan natural immunity, IMO. Maybe not for everybody, but it was for me.

3. Did ivermectin work for me?

I strongly suspect that ivermectin helped me avoid serious problems and recover quickly.

I cannot be sure that ivermectin actually helped, but it certainly didn’t hurt. I would be very tempted to use ivermectin again, if I got COVID again.

My wife also used ivermectin, and it seemed to “flatten the curve” of viral load for her, too.

I would be bullshitting to say that I know ivermectin helped, or that my case “proves that it works.” But I can easily say that I strongly suspect that it helped.

4. Did I have any side effects from ivermectin?

Yes, but the side effects were extremely minor, for as massively high of a dose as I was taking.

I decided to roughly follow the FLCCC “triple-dose” (0.6 mg/kg) recommendation for an active infection, because I had two of the conditions that cause FLCCC to recommend the highest dose – (1) likelihood of delta strain, and (2) multiple comorbidities.

I decided that the same applied to my wife.

To mitigate side effects, I did NOT take the daily amount in a single dose, but rather spread it out in 12-mg pill-pops during the day. But even with the spreading of the doses, and taking them with meals, I felt the following symptoms.

  • desire to sleep after meals
  • “lazy eye focus” for a few hours
  • stomach “not quite right”

None of this was bad enough to quit the drug, or even to reduce the dose, but after 5 days of it, I was absolutely done. I had ZERO desire to take ivermectin any more. I wanted my stomach to return to normal, even if that entailed a greater risk. Given that most of my other symptoms were gone, I didn’t feel like it was much of a risk.

Also, ivermectin has a pretty long half-life, so after 5 days of super-high-dosing it, I’m probably STILL flushing it out of my system.

My wife experienced the same stomach issues. She was ready to give it up after 6 days.

5. What about the Zelenko / Raoult protocols?

Yes. I credit azithromycin every bit as much as ivermectin, and I have more direct evidence that it helped me.

This is where the reasoning gets very complicated.

In early 2020, I was immediately impressed by the work of Didier Raoult (hydroxychloroquine + azithromycin) and later by the clinical real-world proof of Zev Zelenko (added zinc and moved treatment to outpatient prophylaxis). I was absolutely convinced that early azithromycin was key to stopping the killer pulmonary symptoms of the disease, and basically turned it into “just another weak, influenza-like coronavirus”.

Although it turns out that azithromycin has its own powerful antiviral activities, the main thing it did, in my opinion then and now, was to prevent any type of pneumonia from setting in. This is critical if you want to stay out of the hospital.

Thus, as soon as I started detecting what I considered scary lung issues (burning lungs, basically), which was almost immediately (end of day zero, middle of day one), I decided to begin TWO ADDITIONAL PROTOCOLS.

The first was a modified Zelenko protocol. I increased my zinc to my maximum levels ever taken, plus quercetin as natural capers (clearly the bad influence of Aubergine). My wife and I also began using elderberry syrup as an additional zinc ionophore.

However, the real key was adding azithromycin – 2 days at 500 mg, and 2 days at 250 mg. The very first dose resulted in an immediate improvement in my lungs.

There is simply no arguing against the clinical record of success of the Zelenko protocol. I trusted it in my scientific reasoning in 2020, and I trusted it to treat myself.

I get far more mileage out of real-world clinical studies like Raoult’s and Zelenko’s, than out of Fauci’s little “double-blind” – whoops – I mean “double-chump” scam studies that can be manipulated against both doctor and patient by lying, phony, deceptive, agenda-filled, biased, compromised, fake-neutral parties.

The whole idea of double-blind studies falls apart when the researchers and patients are innocent DUPES and CHUMPS, and the people who are supposed to be honest referees in charge of neutrality are in fact dishonest manipulators like NIH, CDC, CEPI, Gates, WHO, and all the rest.

In contrast, studies like Zelenko’s and Raoult’s are pretty much open source. No Fauci-type con-man is in charge of fake neutrality. This being a neutrality I have little care for anyway, because I don’t care what exactly saved the people – simply that they were saved.

Yeah – I’m biased in favor of MEDICINE ITSELF.

The protocol works, end of story.

Fauci’s “studied ignorance” of clinical success is exactly why the man should have been fired DECADES AGO. He’s not a doctor – not a patient-treating one – and he should not be in charge of doctors.

HOWEVER – I do have to admit – azithromycin was even harder on my gut than ivermectin. Four days was all I could take. My stomach was always double-queasy if I took AZM with my IVM. There was NO WAY I was going to do a fifth day.

But YES – the stuff worked, and IMO kept my lungs “infection-free”, knock on wood.

Thank you, Doctors Raoult and Zelenko!!!

6. What about antihistamines?

Absolutely. The same well-proven clinical success that Zelenko had with azithromycin, was also evident in the results from the Spanish nursing homes. It would have been negligent not to take an antihistamine, in my opinion.

That, plus some additional reasoning I will explain below.

Based on the recommendations of people here, I chose Claritin (loratadine), and quickly found that I tolerated it easily at the recommended double doses.

I experienced a very, very slight dryness of the mouth, but that’s it. Just to be careful, I tended to keep the dosing closer to 1.5 instead of double, but in the absence of all the other drugs I was taking, I would have been more rigorous about the double dose, without consequence.

For those who need a refresher on the use of antihistamines against COVID…..

The Zyrtec Rebellion

Everybody underestimates Spain. The last letter in “PIGS” is far less of an insult than an error. Years ago, when I was at a conference, and Japanese industrial spies were getting me drunk (it was a great red wine), I decided that I had to give them SOMETHING for their time and effort, if only …

Now – here is some important new reasoning I had.

In the FLCCC protocols, and the Zelenko protocols, there is very little if any “over-the-counter” patient control in terms of things which could possibly pre-address and prevent the “cytokine storm” problem – particularly any drug that is available on an outpatient, OTC basis.

In the FLCCC protocols, aspirin is the main anti-clotting drug with something approaching that function. In the original Raoult and Zelenko protocols, HCQ’s antirheumatic functions combined with azithromycin’s actions seemed to suppress pulmonary capillary clotting, although neither did so as well as steroids.

The fact is, however, that the Spanish nursing home study had extremely good success preventing cytokine storms by simply using antihistamines on ALL patients, both as treatment and as prophylaxis. The entire emphasis of the approach was not so much to prevent disease, as to simply limit the disease.

To me it was a no-brainer to add an antihistamine to prevent inflammatory clotting – something that I knew already I was susceptible to, because of my first case of COVID, after which I lost lung function.

Loratadine turned out to be a VERY high-bang-for-buck fix for me, because it also dried nasal and sinus secretions, helped my breathing, reduced lung congestion, and generally decreased symptoms.

Thus, I found that adding an antihistamine had both clearly observable short-term benefits, and very likely long-term benefits.

I highly recommend adding this protocol during COVID treatment. It’s completely OTC as well – the Medical Mafia in Washington simply can’t stop it.

7. What about aspirin?


Absolutely. Aspirin is a “must”, IMO.

Multiple studies have showed that aspirin, even at low doses, is both protective against getting COVID-19 and also protective against hospitalization and death. The numbers are substantial, too.

This is, again, part of the FLCCC protocol, and pretty much a no-brainer.

I started off using half a regular aspirin, but quickly found that it was just one more drug beating on my stomach.

Switching to low-dose aspirin worked nicely to make any stomach symptoms go away. I also found that I did not need more than 1 or 2 low-dose baby aspirins to control fever. I was able to routinely drop my fever back to near-normal with either 81 mg or 162 mg of aspirin.

Now, my doctor’s practice recommended acetominophen in case I had a high fever, but I never came close to needing it. As it was, I did not want to risk my liver in ANY WAY with all the other high drug doses, so there was NO WAY I was going to add dangerous acetominophen to the mix.

According to the literature studies, even a single baby aspirin per day was enough to show the protective effect. Thus, I made sure to always take 81-325 mg aspirin per day, and will continue with at least 81 mg/day for some time to be determined.

8. What about HCQ?

Not this time, but I would not rule it out in the future – particularly in the absence of ivermectin.

When I got my ivermectin, I had the opportunity to get hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin as well. I chose the latter, but decided not to bother with HCQ I would likely not use.

I let ivermectin be my “drug of choice” for fighting COVID, for many reasons, including the greater safety profile and better understanding by doctors’ groups, including FLCCC. I am satisfied that I made the right choice in ivermectin, but quite frankly, it would have been a good thing to have some HCQ on hand as well.

Anything that kills viruses, is better than their “stupidity of spike identity” vaccine.

9. Did I gargle?

Yes. I used FLCCC-recommended and study-backed Listerine “with essential oils”, and the benefits were obvious.

Actually, ALL the Listerine variations use the same “essential oils” – pick any of them. Some of the time, I used one that also packs zinc chloride, to really screw with the virus.

At first, I went with warm saturated sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) gargle, which was the gargle used by the Spanish nursing homes.

Warm bicarb is actually a really good solution, in terms of soothing the throat and decreasing viral load (as experienced through reduction of key symptoms), but it doesn’t really do a lot in terms of opening up breathing passages.

In contrast, Listerine gargle was EXCELLENT for helping to clear breathing passages, AND to decrease viral load in the throat and mouth. The beneficial effects even extended to the lungs. I only needed to do it 2 or 3 times a day, and the effects lasted for hours afterwards.

The Listerine gargle was also excellent before sleeping, to have a peaceful night’s rest, with clear breathing.

In my opinion, the gargling protocol is really key to helping end things quickly.

NOW – there is some difference between what I experienced and what FLCCC recommends. FLCCC only recommends (at the moment) Listerine for prevention – they DROP IT for early treatment, and recommend ONLY the other types of antiseptics (cetylpyridinium, povidone-iodine, chlorhexidine) once you get the disease. Yet, honestly, I was totally satisfied with the performance of Listerine for TREATMENT, and would not hesitate to use it again.

This may be an individual thing. As they say, your mileage may vary.

10. What about povidone-iodine gargle?

I didn’t use it this time, but I may very well try it next time!

I was not aware that you can just buy this stuff OTC, but yeah – it’s a product. In the studies I read, povidone-iodine was THE BEST in lowering viral load in patients. It did better than Listerine – not by a whole lot, but enough that it might be worth it.

So if you can’t stand Listerine of any kind, or Scope, or whatever – consider trying this one.

11. Did I get the monoclonal antibodies?

Yes. In “better late than never” fashion, I got the mAb infusion after the treatment with ivermectin and azithromycin was already finished, and my fever was gone.

I was fever-free when I got the antibodies, and fever free when I left the infusion center. Shortly after that, I became exhausted and had a fever again. In another 24 hours, my strength was back and the fever was gone yet again.

Basically, I was treating Delta with more Wuhan antibodies like my own, which had already only provided some protection.

I cannot really be sure if the antibodies helped. I personally found that they knocked me out, increased my fever, and made me suffer a “day of exhaustion” that I had otherwise MISSED thanks to ivermectin.

Were they beneficial? Possibly, but I can’t be certain.

My wife got the antibodies somewhat earlier in the progress of the disease, because she got them at the same time I did, but her case was tracking mine LATE by roughly four days.

The antibodies didn’t completely finish her case, but she really only had one more day of disease after the “antibody down day”.

I would say that antibody infusion was far more likely to have helped HER than it was to have helped ME.

If I had to choose between antibodies, aspirin, loratadine, azithromycin, and ivermectin, I’m not actually sure which one I would toss. I consider EACH of them, just one more tool to make sure the disease stays contained. Use as many as you can get.

12. So what happened to my “natural immunity”?

Try some “AND” logic.

It’s still there – waiting patiently for a disease that no longer exists.

This blurry snapshot from NextStrain is from a “play mode” view of the data, where you can watch the genetic data being added in accelerated time. I have focused the active band on early 2020. The “19” and “20” strains are pre-delta – they were well within the window of my natural immunity, which was probably generated by a strain within what they are now calling 19A.

Follow the evolution forward in time, and you can see the massive shift to delta versions, shown in turquoise and indigo below.

SO – what I have now is DOUBLE natural immunity to TWO HUGE CHUNKS of older/existing COVID-19/20/21/22, the now-rare “gray” stuff and the very common “blue-green” stuff.

You can see, though, where OMICRON in RED is now forming. Whether I have any, some, or no immunity to omicron is an open question. HOWEVER, I would much rather have combined natural immunity to TWO groups of COVID variants, than three, four, or even five vaccines.

We have to start being very scientific about immunity, including in particular natural immunity, which is IMO the BEST response to highly mutating diseases, just as it has ALWAYS been.

Fauci is gaslighting us. Ignore him.

Until the poisonous dwarf is removed from power, do your own science.

Start HERE:

This link in particular, to keep checking up on SARS-CoV-2 – an EVOLVING GROUP OF VIRUSES.


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Excellent run down. Glad you had an arsenal of therapeutics as well as NI.


“I’m just so proud of our little collective!”


Like a Baby-Borg… 😂🤣😂

Valerie Curren

Unplugged, independent, AND cooperative (when we want to be)! Wolf Pack Rules!!!


I’m proud of us, too. We are the best collective source of Covid information I have seen online, outside of the Frontline Doctors. AND we cover the natural remedies, and healthy habits which can prevent people from getting as sick in the first place.




It is of great help! So much wisdom here and everyone wants to learn and be better.


I do as well. Although I didn’t weather half of what you did. So glad you’re out of danger. 👍🏻😊


“Switching to low-dose aspirin worked nicely to make any stomach symptoms go away. I also found that I did not need more than 1 or 2 low-dose baby aspirins to control fever. ”

“According to the literature studies, even a single baby aspirin per day was enough to show the protective effect. Thus, I made sure to always take 81-325 mg aspirin per day, and will continue with at least 81 mg/day for some time to be determined.”


You mean this stuff?

I haven’t seen any in years, but I liked it when I was a kid 😁


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Yep, I loved the chalky orange flavor 😂


Slightly off topic, but as this is a “medicinal” article it may be appropriate.
Thinking it might have been useful to pass on to a friend who had took the jab I watched this video, Dr. talking about remedy for the jab.
She advises amongst a list of other stuff, 5000 mg of vit D ; mg? that seems a massive amount, I wonder if it was meant to be 5000 iu’s.
By my reckoning 5000 mg vit D = 200000 iu which seems a lot.


Won’t be passing that vid on, totally lost faith in it, what else did they get wrong.


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1. A playful leap or hop.
2. A frivolous escapade or prank.
3. Slang An illegal plot or enterprise, especially one involving theft.
intr.v. ca·pered, ca·per·ing, ca·persTo leap or frisk about; frolic.

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1. A usually spiny Mediterranean shrub (Capparis spinosa) having white to pale lilac flowers and dehiscent fruits with reddish pulp.
2. A pickled flower bud of this plant, used as a pungent condiment in sauces, relishes, and various other dishes.

So did you eat them, dance around or steal stuff?

Happy to be a bad influence! Natural is good! And you used elderberry, too.

Interesting that you had vision issues with the Ivermectin. I had been wondering, because as I have taken it once a week, I noticed it, too.

If I am careful to really EAT within a half hour or so after taking the Iver, I don’t get much by way of stomach symptoms. By eat, I mean a good meal with a sizeable amount of protein.

Thank you for sharing all your observations. Very helpful!


I do love elderberry syrup. It has been a staple in my house for years. It is effective in reducing the symptoms of the common cold, too. Do elderberries grow where you live? We can gather them in the wild here, and I do. I have small ones in my garden, but they seem to like the “wild” life better!


Check out aronia berries, too. AKA chokeberries (not chokecherries).

They have some of the same benefits, and are really easy to grow. They are a superfood antioxidant powerhouse.


Just be absolutely sure of what you are picking if you are wildcrafting! Eating the wrong thing can be dangerous.


Ooooh. Some mushrooms will kill you.


Interesting! The DH is a longtime mushroom hunter. He really knows what he’s doing. I do not!


Nice! Another good styptic if you are ever bleeding “in the wild” is yarrow leaves. Just chew up some, and apply to the wound. If it’s a deep cut, put a layer of fabric between the poultice and the wound.

I love nature!

Valerie Curren

I think there is literally a “morel season” here in Michigan. People travel to acquire them in this outdoors adventurer’s “paradise”!


We have a “morel season” here, too! And wherever there has been a forest fire is where to find them. It’s a big deal.

Valerie Curren



Wolf Moon
So glad to hear that you’re on the mend!
Methinks the “everything and the kitchen sink except vaccination protocol” is a good idea.
It appears that there are a couple of items that should be in my personal “arsenal”, which will be taken care of at the earliest opportunity.


Excelent description of your Delta journey. Thank you very much and I am happy you feel better and so does your wife. Thanks be to God for this good outcome.


I am also and am sure everyone here on this forum 🙂
God is Good 🙂


Appreciate the info. wolf. Prompted me to add a few more things to my war chest. Somehow I had missed the 81 mg. of aspirin. So glad you are recovering! 💕


I’m so glad you’re feeling better… careful not to overdo it!


Glad you are better, Wolf. Terrific info.

For us it is confirmation on most points. I will be getting some elderberry syrup though. Have used Z-pacs for years for sinus issues, so that is in our files at the doc. Have used Listerine for decades and added baby aspirin to the respiratory illness arsenal a couple years back to go with vitamins and supplements. With the Young Living NINGXLA drink we have the natural remedies pretty well covered.

About a week ago a friend demanded the monoclonal when he got the Delta here in east TN. The doc’s office had to call around to area hospitals and finally found two that had it. Our friend was forceful and stated he would not leave their office until he received it. About 4 hours later he had his infusion and was on his way. He is recovering well now.

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For Wolf and our more studied members – what do you think about the representations in the link below?


Thank you, my friend. Wanted to make sure I read it correctly. Agree completely – they are sold out on their mission to murder as many people on the planet as possible.

Evil does not seem like a descriptive enough term for what all of that means.


Glad to hear you and Momma Bear are feeling better.
Great News!
Great Planning !
Great News!!


God bless you Wolfm00n 🐺 .. very glad you and your wife are getting better and sorry to hear you had to fight the Chinese flu a second time. The information you have posted is invaluable to everyone here, it’s battle tested.

Please take care of yourself and your wife.

Thank you.


Apparently Brandon is on the Ivermectin for a cold.

“Shortly after his remarks on Friday, Biden’s White House physician released negative test results for Covid-19. The doctor did say that the president is taking ivermectin cold medicine.”


Would have never guessed IVM for a cold.


Wolf, I am SOOOO glad to hear that you’ve gotten through this and are much better. That’s an answer to many prayers.

I’m still puzzled though about getting COVID twice, even though it’s obviously a different variant. I remember reading that those who had SARS (the first COVID they probably released) were immune to COVID-19. You would think there would be a much greater variance between SARS and COVID then there is between the original Wuhan release and the Delta variant.

I’ve been thinking that if my mom and brother get this, I could easily be their nurse since I would be immune to it. Now I’ll have to rethink that, or at least plan to be taking ivermectin while I do. This just gets more and more complicated.

Thank you so much for going into such great detail about what you did and how each component worked for you. That’s really helpful.


There it is – this is what I hoped you would do. A sound hypothesis with your knowledge and understanding that we can follow to see if what we suspect is correct. Some of us have thoughts along this line without the scientific knowledge to support our thinking.



Thank you, Wolf. That makes a lot of sense.


I think the most important point — that comes through again and again in this post — is that we are better off not going along with the Government-approved plan. We should not crawl off in a hole and get sicker until we are hospitalized; we should begin to fight back before we are infected (by amassing a war chest), as we are exposed, as soon as we catch it, and until we stomp the bug. We are not helpless.

Furthermore, we are not idiots. We are fed information and misinformation from all sides, and it is up to us to hear, understand, and pick from all these sources. Changing one’s mind occasionally as new connections form, facts become known, or theories are reformulated is Science. Clinging to a group dogma no matter what….is religion.


At an environmental forum, Julian Simon once asked: “How many people here believe that the earth is increasingly polluted and that our natural resources are being exhausted?”
After a roomful of hands shot up, Simon then asked: “Is there any evidence that could dissuade you?” Encountering silence, he followed up: “Is there any evidence I could give you—anything at all—that would lead you to reconsider these assumptions?”

After more silence, Simon answered: “Well, excuse me. I’m not dressed for church.”


Very well stated, ethulhu. Agree completely.


Thank you, very helpful! It is a disconcerting that you got it again but THIS time you were much more prepared and your post provides a great compilation of options. When everyone has information instead of propaganda and fear porn, they can be more confident that they’ll be able to manage the virus even with comorbidities. Knowledge via successful protocols enables smart self management and if hospitalization is required, many suggestions have been made here at the Tree to prepare for that too. I would take a purse full of the “forbiddens” with me!

+I feel 100% better now. It took about 2 days of symptoms (severe headache and body aches), then 3 days of bed (Regeneron on the 5th day and by then I had severe pulmonary hypertension!) and 4 days of intense rest. A total of 16 days to return to pre-COVID normalcy. I used the same protocol you did except I additionally added the hydrogen peroxide nebulizer (Dr. Thomas Levy, Dr. Brownstein, and Dr. Mercola have all written about it curing viruses). I had lung issues on the 5th day which is why I decided to get Regeneron but fortunately that cleared. Also had a stomach ache early on (IVM related?) and pretty bad diarrhea for 4 days after the Regeneron. I loaded up on my Probiotics with DDS-1 which cleared it up within a week.

We are very lucky to have this place to share our experiences. It certainly was one of the main reasons I was prepared and for that I may be able to say I owe my life to you all here at the Q Tree!

Valerie Curren

This is a great report. So glad to hear you are doing better!!! God Bless


Thanks Valerie!

Valerie Curren

YW <3


Great info AND incredibly happy you and DW doing well.

Side effects very helpful to learn. Granted, everyone will be different. Stringing out the IVM throughout the day seems smart. IIRC, a video of one of our smart docs (Likely Kory) was asked about IVM or whatever med, take at once, OR throughout the day. The doc said doesn’t matter. Take all at once or spread out.

  • Assuming I get Covid, I’ll be pacing the high dose meds throughout the day. Seems prudent to minimalize side effects.

Question. You did NOT take IVM and ZPak at the same time.? Finish the IVM course then move onto ZPak?

Question. If one gets Covid, do you advise against IVM and HCQ at the same time?

Question. How many days in were you, when you got the monoclodal antibodies (MCA). IV, injection…? IIRC, MCA has to be received within ten days of symptoms. Guessing, do you think it would have been beneficial, sooner?

Question. Was there any thought of pursuing Regeneron? Or you figured, you were holding your own and winning the Covid battle. Did not need Regeneron.

  • Perhaps Regeneron may require getting locked up in a hospital which is the last damn thing I am initerested in.

Smugly proud of QTREE folks. Each and every one of us.

  • We HAVE Confirmation that we WERE ON TRACK EARLY 2020.
  • We KNEW HCQ, ZPak and Zinc were a winning trio. IVM in place of HCQ these days. Does not detract from HCQ a winner. IVM less side effects.
  • We have added so many more to our arsenal. 81mg aspirin, antihistamines, mouthwash, Quecertin…more.

My uninformed guess is, we NEED the entire arsenal to DECISIVELY beat Covid.

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Perfect. Thanks.


Kalbo, I seem to remember in Dr. Zev’s protocol that he said you can take both at the same time (HCQ and IV) or start on one and add the other if you’re not better in a few days.


Thanks Linda. I almost cited DR Z. I think you are correct.

Sadie Slays

Thank you for sharing all of this useful insight. Glad you recovered relatively quickly and easily.

Gail Combs

FWIW, I think I encountered the Delta Variant this spring. Maybe May?

Anyway at the first sign of a throat tickle I took 50 mg of Zinc and then sucked on ZiCam Lozenges through out the day between cups of green tea. I also added Black Elderberry chewies with MORE zinc (3.76) and C (45 mg)

I was already taking:
26 mg zinc
450 mg Magnesium
1,200 mg Calcium
5 mg boron
12.5 mg Iodine
220 mcg Selenium
8,600 IU of D3 (D3 seems to be added to everything I take)
1060 mg of C
10 mg Melatonin
100 mg Co Q 10
9.3 mg hemp extract ( 5 mg Cannabidiol CBD) 

Cannabinoids as novel anti-inflammatory drugs


Cannabinoids are a group of compounds that mediate their effects through cannabinoid receptors. The discovery of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) as the major psychoactive principle in marijuana, as well as the identification of cannabinoid receptors and their endogenous ligands, has led to a significant growth in research aimed at understanding the physiological functions of cannabinoids. Cannabinoid receptors include CB1, which is predominantly expressed in the brain, and CB2, which is primarily found on the cells of the immune system. The fact that both CB1 and CB2 receptors have been found on immune cells suggests that cannabinoids play an important role in the regulation of the immune system. Recent studies demonstrated that administration of THC into mice triggered marked apoptosis in T cells and dendritic cells, resulting in immunosuppression. In addition, several studies showed that cannabinoids downregulate cytokine and chemokine production and, in some models, upregulate T-regulatory cells (Tregs) as a mechanism to suppress inflammatory responses. The endocannabinoid system is also involved in immunoregulation. For example, administration of endocannabinoids or use of inhibitors of enzymes that break down the endocannabinoids, led to immunosuppression and recovery from immune-mediated injury to organs such as the liver. Manipulation of endocannabinoids and/or use of exogenous cannabinoids in vivo can constitute a potent treatment modality against inflammatory disorders. This review will focus on the potential use of cannabinoids as a new class of anti-inflammatory agents against a number of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases that are primarily triggered by activated T cells or other cellular immune components.

Cannabinoids and Viral Infections


Exogenous cannabinoids or receptor antagonists may influence many cellular and systemic host responses. The anti-inflammatory activity of cannabinoids may compromise host inflammatory responses to acute viral infections, but may be beneficial in persistent infections. In neurons, where innate antiviral/pro-resolution responses include the activation of NOS-1, inhibition of Ca2+ activity by cannabinoids, increased viral replication and disease. This review examines the effect(s) of cannabinoids and their antagonists in viral infections.

So CBD oil is a mixed bag. but those papers lead to a NEW discovery, at least for me — CALCIUM!!! Of course this maybe more of the Cabal’s slight of hand where they are using the properties of THC and applying that to Hemp oil which DOES NOT contain much if any THC.

Story: Calcium ions protect from the common cold to COVID-19

…..Dr. Evron Helland, a Buena Vista chiropractor and nutritionist with a background in cellular biology, recommends calcium to his patients.

The element is best known in nutrition for its role in building strong bones. But in its ionic form, calcium plays an important role in fortifying the cell membrane against unwanted intruders like viruses.

“This is even the first line of defense, even before antibody production,” Helland said….

Where does calcium come in to all of this? Right at the beginning.

“The cell maintains a concentration gradient of calcium ions (Ca+2) of 10,000 to 1 across its membrane,” Helland said. “This gradient causes a strong (in the microscopic world) electromagnetic force around the cell. When this concentration gradient is maintained, it is very difficult for the virus to break into the cell. If anything disrupts this crucial balance, viruses can break in easily.”

If the virus has a difficult time breaking into a cell, it can’t replicate as easily, and the body has more time to develop antibodies against the virus before its numbers become overwhelming.

Conflicts over calcium and the treatment of COVID-19


Several recent studies have provided evidence that use of calcium channel blockers (CCBs), especially amlodipine and nifedipine, can reduce mortality from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Moreover, hypocalcemia (a reduced level of serum ionized calcium) has been shown to be strongly positively associated with COVID-19 severity. Both effectiveness of CCBs as antiviral therapy, and positive associations of hypocalcemia with mortality, have been demonstrated for many other viruses as well. We evaluate these findings in the contexts of virus-host evolutionary conflicts over calcium metabolism, and hypocalcemia as either pathology, viral manipulation or host defence against pathogens. Considerable evidence supports the hypothesis that hypocalcemia represents a host defence. Indeed, hypocalcemia may exert antiviral effects in a similar manner as do CCBs, through interference with calcium metabolism in virus-infected cells. Prospective clinical studies that address the efficacy of CCBs and hypocalcemia should provide novel insights into the pathogenicity and treatment of COVID-19 and other viruses.

Another paper:
The effect of low serum calcium level on the severity and mortality of Covid patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis


Introduction: Imbalances of various electrolytes, including calcium, are associated with the prognosis of Covid disease. This study investigated the relationship between serum calcium and clinical outcomes in patients with COVID-19.

Method: This study is a systematic review and meta-analysis by searching PubMed, Scopus, web of sciences until August 2021 using the keywords COVID-19, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), COVID, coronavirus disease, SARS-COV-infection. 2, SARS-COV-2, COVID19, calcium, calcium isotopes, calcium radioisotopes, hypercalcemia, and hypocalcemia were performed. Heterogeneity of studies was investigated using I2 index, data were analyzed using meta-analysis (random effects model) with Comprehensive Meta-Analysis Software software.

Results: Finally, 25 articles were included in the study. Clinical data from 12 articles showed that 59% (95% confidence interval [CI]: 0.49-0.68) of people with COVID-19 have hypocalcemia. The results of meta-analysis showed that hypocalcemia was significantly associated with severity of the disease (p = .002), mortality in patients with COVID-19 (odds ratio [OR] = 6.99, 95% CI: 2.71-17.99), number of hospitalization days (p < .001) and admission to the intensive care unit (OR = 5.09, 95% CI: 2.14-12.10). The results also showed that there is a direct relationship between low serum calcium levels with increasing D-dimer levels (p = .02) and decreasing lymphocyte counts (p = .007).

Conclusion: Based on the results of meta-analysis in people with lower calcium, mortality and complications are higher, therefore, serum calcium is a prognostic factor in determining the severity of the disease. Consequently, it is suggested that serum calcium levels should be considered in initial assessments.

Gail Combs


Vitamin D and Intestinal Calcium Absorption


The principal function of vitamin D in calcium homeostasis is to increase calcium absorption from the intestine. Calcium is absorbed by both an active transcellular pathway, which is energy dependent, and by a passive paracellular pathway through tight junctions. 1,25Dihydroxyvitamin D3 (1,25(OH)2D3) the hormonally active form of vitamin D, through its genomic actions, is the major stimulator of active intestinal calcium absorption which involves calcium influx, translocation of calcium through the interior of the enterocyte and basolateral extrusion of calcium by the intestinal plasma membrane pump. This article reviews recent studies that have challenged the traditional model of vitamin D mediated transcellular calcium absorption and the crucial role of specific calcium transport proteins in intestinal calcium absorption. There is also increasing evidence that 1,25(OH)2D3 can enhance paracellular calcium diffusion. The influence of estrogen, prolactin, glucocorticoids and aging on intestinal calcium absorption and the role of the distal intestine in vitamin D mediated intestinal calcium absorption are also discussed.



Effect of Aging

In aging, intestinal calcium absorption declines resulting in increased PTH which correlates to an age-related increase in bone turnover (Bullamore et al., 1970Ledger et al., 1995). It has been proposed that the defect in intestinal calcium absorption is related both to low circulating levels of 1,25(OH)2D3 and to intestinal resistance to the action of 1,25(OH)2D3 (Wood et al., 1998). Either no change or a small decrease in intestinal VDR number has been reported with aging..

Calcium absorption, vitamin D and the distal intestine

In the calcium absorptive process the duodenum has been the major focus of research due to its highly active transport system. However, it is the distal intestine where 70- 80 % of the ingested calcium is absorbed (mostly in the ileum) (Wasserman 2005). Thus, it is important to understand the process by which the distal segment transports calcium. The vitamin D dependence of calcium absorption in the ileum and the colon has been shown….


HAAAAaaaavard on Vitamin D

laboratory studies show that vitamin D can reduce cancer cell growth, help control infections and reduce inflammation. Many of the body’s organs and tissues have receptors for vitamin D, which suggest important roles beyond bone health, and scientists are actively investigating other possible functions….

Mayo Clinic:

Vitamin D is important because it helps your body sustain normal levels of calcium and phosphorus. Because it works as a key that allows your body to absorb calcium, vitamin D plays a critical role in forming and maintaining healthy bones. It also helps keep your muscles, nerves and immune system healthy.

Research suggests that consistently getting enough vitamin D can significantly lower the risk for the bone-thinning disease osteoporosis. Low vitamin D also is associated with falls, multiple sclerosisrheumatoid arthritis, chronic pain, diabeteshigh blood pressurecardiovascular disease and some cancers. However, an association does not mean low vitamin D causes these conditions, or that taking a vitamin D supplement will adequately prevent or treat them….


I took azithromycin BEFORE I went into the hospital, within the week. Also, it was antihistamines that I threw up the day I went i in while I was out of it. I was taking my vitamin cocktail but the quecertin was not delivered yet. I want to say that I was symptomatic by Nov 2, mr gil was on oct 28, and I was having serious difficulty with bloody sputum and fevers by the 8th or 9th. I did take ivm paste for 2 days. I wouldnt take it again, just pills. So, definitely be aware and prepared as much as you can.
Both mr gil and I had covid the 1st time it hit.
Remember when they evacuated people from China and brought them to CA? That was socal. We had covid in dec/jan and it lingered about a month. Then we weren’t sick until the delta.
Mr gil went back to work today.
Im still using 02 to sleep. Im tired in the afternoon like HAVE TO rest for a cat nap. Lungs feel tired in the evening.
Recovery takes a while.


Once you recover, if there’s lingering fatigue and tiredness during the day, it would be helpful to get a sleep study done – to be sure sleep apnea isn’t occurring at night.


Mr Gil is awake most of the night and i wake up at least 2x to pee. I dont think its an issue, but its on the list.


Ah. The antihistamine was nighttime tussin dm max. Dextromethorphan hbr 30 mg and doxylamine sucvinate 12.5 mg.
It has always been my go when im sick only.




I took the paste i think, 9, 10, 11. And leaving it in the tube, 1.5 turns to try for the dose somewhere around between thec125-200lb range.


I slept again without O2 last night. Did ok. I already took my 30 min cat nap too.


Gotta do well on those O2 tests. 🤞👍👍

Valerie Curren

Thank you Wolf for Yet Another Epic entry into your Covid-Killing Collection. This is a well-reasoned, detailed, yet accessible dive into so many aspects of effective treatment strategies. I hope this gets shared widely as a tool leading the curious, red-pilled, AND uninitiated into taking back ownership & personal responsibility for Our Own Health!!!

Valerie Curren

Taking my own advice 😉 I shared your post on Gab here:


Each one of us has likely aided at least one other person, if not more, in learning about COVID, and how to self-treat before a crisis presents itself. I’ve answered questions about where to get some supplies, along with lots of teaching about Vitamin D levels – which is considered key to a healthy immune system. Found this out personally several years ago once I got my level in the 40’s (recommend at least 50) from a subnormal reading of 16 – my sinus infections disappeared.

Had a mild flu symptoms in Sept. Got tested by my good primary care MD. I didn’t think I had COVID, but figured what the heck – let them have some data. She tested for several flu strains, and it was negative for COVID. I used Quercetin and Zinc, along with Vitamin C and my usual heavy Vitamin D dosing (to maintain adequate levels) and within 12 hr. whatever flu strain I had was broken, and low fever ended.


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