Zelenko’s Trifecta Proven Effective – Zinc For The Win

A big day for Rudy Giuliani!

Forget the Fake News Fear-Porn on Magnesium – Zinc Is the True Winner in the Metal Wars

h/t Paul Schmehl on Twitter

Let’s dispatch magnesium first.

If you’ve been seeing FEAR-PORN on MAGNESIUM – you can safely ignore it. It’s FAKE NEWS that implies drugs to treat COVID-19 are threatened by BAD THINGS happening to an implied “strategic material”.

This is Democrat bullshit, just like their weak attempts to stir up perceptions (and minor fake realities) of a food crisis, using Socialist Virus Theater at unionized meat-packing plants, to build on REAL supply chain problems which are being EASILY fixed by POTUS.

In the new FAKE NEWS, there was an explosion at a magnesium metal plant (turned out to be a flammable solvent fire) in America, and another one at a plant in Mexico (a place which processes magnesium metal SCRAP). All of this was supposed to threaten a compound called magnesium stearate – which is basically SOAP SCUM – that is used as FILLER in pharmaceuticals.


First of all, magnesium is as common as DIRT, because DIRT contains a LOT. If you want to know exactly why dirt-cheap magnesium is dirt cheap, take a look at Wikipedia…..

Magnesium is a chemical element with the symbol Mg and atomic number 12. It is a shiny gray solid which bears a close physical resemblance to the other five elements in the second column (group 2, or alkaline earth metals) of the periodic table: all group 2 elements have the same electron configuration in the outer electron shell and a similar crystal structure.

Magnesium is the ninth most abundant element in the universe.[9][10] It is produced in large, aging stars from the sequential addition of three helium nuclei to a carbon nucleus. When such stars explode as supernovas, much of the magnesium is expelled into the interstellar medium where it may recycle into new star systems. Magnesium is the eighth most abundant element in the Earth’s crust[11] and the fourth most common element in the Earth (after iron, oxygen and silicon), making up 13% of the planet’s mass and a large fraction of the planet’s mantle. It is the third most abundant element dissolved in seawater, after sodium and chlorine.[12]

Magnesium occurs naturally only in combination with other elements, where it invariably has a +2 oxidation state. The free element (metal) can be produced artificially, and is highly reactive (though in the atmosphere, it is soon coated in a thin layer of oxide that partly inhibits reactivity – see passivation). The free metal burns with a characteristic brilliant-white light. The metal is now obtained mainly by electrolysis of magnesium salts obtained from brine, and is used primarily as a component in aluminium-magnesium alloys, sometimes called magnalium or magnelium. Magnesium is less dense than aluminium, and the alloy is prized for its combination of lightness and strength.

Magnesium is the eleventh most abundant element by mass in the human body and is essential to all cells and some 300 enzymes.[13] Magnesium ions interact with polyphosphate compounds such as ATP, DNA, and RNA. Hundreds of enzymes require magnesium ions to function. Magnesium compounds are used medicinally as common laxatives, antacids (e.g., milk of magnesia), and to stabilize abnormal nerve excitation or blood vessel spasm in such conditions as eclampsia.[13]


HEY – that is exactly why NATURE picked magnesium for CHLOROPHYLL – because you need a LOT of it (gazillions of megatons) for plants. Almost every kind of dirt and clay has TONS of it.

It’s just like IRON in hemoglobin. RARE metals will NOT DO!


The real story is ZINC.

(Which is also pretty common stuff, and why it’s used in pennies now.)

We are now seeing HARD scientific confirmation that ZINC significantly helps hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin in combination against COVID-19.

In other words, ZELENKO WAS RIGHT – his combination – the “trifecta” – is PROVEN.

Remember when the trifecta regimen to “cure” COVID-19 was a radical idea by some unknown family doctor?

And then Rudy Giuliani took up the cause?

Here is a thread by Paul Schmehl…..

Let’s look at those results again…..

LINK: https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.05.02.20080036v1.full.pdf

So there you have it. WE WERE RIGHT.



Many owe their life to this humble family doctor, who almost went into research, but instead chose to work with people, and was in the right place at the right time. Yes, Virginia, there is a G_d!

PS – the NEW YORK SLIMES Democrat Fake News article which attacked Zelenko and Trump is here:

LINK: https://bdnews24.com/world/2020/04/03/touting-virus-cure-simple-country-doctor-becomes-a-right-wing-star

120 thoughts on “Zelenko’s Trifecta Proven Effective – Zinc For The Win

  1. Ground report:

    All the usual places here where we’ve usually bought Zinc…are all sold out right now.
    And they have been sold out for a couple of weeks.

    So the people out there are hearing about it’s benefits and they are stocking up!

    Since we will be running out soon, we’ll probably order some online.
    Or get on the backorder lists.

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    1. I couldn’t find pure Zinc supplements at first, but I did find Calcium / Magnesium / Zinc / Vitamin D tabs for osteoporosis prevention, and took those. They worked nicely. I couldn’t figure why, though, if the virus was dead.

      Eventually I figured it out – or at least I’m pretty sure. It’s the magnesium. Magnesium is a pretty strong vasodilator, and if it’s in fact a pulmonary capillary vasodilator, then THAT should help my post-COVID condition.

      And yes – when I finally got and tried pure Zinc supplements, I didn’t get the same relief.

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      1. In addition to a multi that contains Zinc, I take a Calcium supplement too.
        And yeah…it contains Magnesium and D3…but no Zinc.

        Foods that are high in Zinc are another way to get it into your system.

        Beef, chicken, pork and seafood.
        Nuts, seeds and oatmeal.
        Dairy products.
        Beans, peas and lentils.
        Green vegetables such as Asparagus, Green Beans and Spinach.

        So we can get a lot of Zinc in the foods we eat.

        I didn’t know that Magnesium is a vasodilator!
        Thanks…good to know.

        Niacin or B3, is a vasodilator too…a powerful one.
        It can be used for high cholesterol, but it can cause uncomfortable skin flushes…so one should be careful with it and take a low dose.

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          1. Yes…it might.
            Just be careful with it.

            Might be good to have some Hawthorne handy, if it causes some heart fluttering.

            Start with a low dose version to try it.

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            1. No flush niacin is a de-activated form of niacin that does not lower cholesterol. It’s like taking Pez candies for your issue.

              If you’re flushing you have toxins that need to be flushed out. Once the toxins are gone you’ll quit flushing.

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              1. It causes me to have intolerable flushing. I haven’t heard that about the toxins before. I’ll have to do some research, thanks.

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              2. It did for me too, the first few times I took it. I took it specifically to get rid of the crap. When I quit having such a massive reaction I quit taking it.

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          2. when i was taking niacin supplements, my co workers were STUNNED by the flushing, I have very light skin–I would turn red as a lobster–you could actually watch it work it’s way up my neck and face–turning ti beet red…then gradually subside…

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          3. My doctor told me to take it at bedtime, with yogurt to control the skin flush, plus low-dose (81 mg) aspirin. (For bad cholesterol numbers, not WuFlu.)


        1. I’ve read that one reason we are often missing magnesium and zinc in our bodies is because our food has been raised on deficient soil that needs chemical fertilizer and pesticide to produce healthy looking but not always optimally healthy veggies.

          Another reason to garden the No Dig way of Charles Dowding. He adds about two inches of organic compost each year and never tills the soil. The soil becomes enriched with all those minerals that we need in our bodies, like zinc and magnesium.

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          1. Geroldsteiner has lots of magnesium. One can buy it at Trader Joe or at Whole Foods. It is bottled spring water from Germany. I buy a case at the time and drink one glass a day not cold. I do not like to drink cold or iced. Geroldsteiner has lots of minerals.

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      2. I’ve had a chronic deep cough for years and years…every possible test given without any answers.
        It’s such a part of my life, I’m hardly aware of it any more and it’s only when I’m with others that might comment…”That’s a nasty cough you have” that it reminds me.
        HOWEVER, since the Virus I’ve been taking both magnesium and zinc, separately, and I’ve noticed my coughing has decreased significantly…as well as the “intensity.” And, I’ve hardly used the inhaler at all in weeks. I used it primarily for relief to my sore lungs after a bout of deep coughing, especially at nights. .

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      3. Wolf, Kimi wanted me to ask you about expiration dates on Vitamins and supplements. She has some from when her mom passed away that have never been opened, her mom was a major vitamin and supplement buyer. She died 6 days shy of her 90th birthday two years ago come July.
        Kimi ask me if they would be ok to take since they never been opened and I didn’t know so she ask if I would ask you.
        By the way your thread on Zelinko’s Trifecta rocks…

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        1. Thanks! If the vitamins were stored out of the heat, they are probably still pretty good. I’m not finicky about “sell by” dates. Two years is nothing on dry goods and sealed goods with long sell-by dates, generally speaking.

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            1. Rodney,
              I agree with Wolfie. In most cases the ‘sell by’ is because the potency has reduced by (X) usually due to heat or the presence of oxygen or light.

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          1. Guys, speaking of “sell by” dates, I just opened a bucket of rice that I stored in 2011.

            Still good. 😁 And it spent years in sub-optimal storage conditions. Needless to say, I am very pleased.

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            1. Rice and pasta keep almost indefinitely, if kept cool and dry and in the dark. Honey will last forever, it seems. Here’s some info I gathered a while back:

              There are websites that cover how long food keeps, versus how it’s labelled. Some of the logic behind “use by” or “sell by” dates is to make sure products keep getting sold.

              The US Military also keeps a database of medical supplies/medications, and how long they’re safe, and under what conditions. A few minutes’ perusal of that is quite interesting. I was looking for how long Aspirin lasts (as I made a “Hamsterkauf” at Walmart the last time we visited the States), and was reassured that it lasted somewhat longer than what the label said, provided in was in a cool, dark, dry place.

              Foods may lose “taste” and texture, but things like rice and noodles last indefinitely, as does honey. Biggest problem is heat and moisture, followed by insects and rodents.

              We had a pastor who had been a missionary in Africa. When they first moved there, they were horrified at the critters that invaded (or attempted to invade) their rice, sugar, etc. After a while, they learned how to deal with that, and that these critters avoided bad or possibly poisonous food. A few years later, they wouldn’t go close to anything that wasn’t “under imminent attack”.

              Same thing here, in a way. If flies and other “guests” are avoiding your food, your human guests might well (want to ) avoid it too…..

              http://www.stilltasty.com (food shelf life)
              https://ask.usda.gov/s/article/How-long-can-you-keep-canned-goods (see excerpt below)

              Drug shelf life:
              https://www.pharmacytimes.com/news/some-medications-last-long-past-expiration-dateand the SLEP study

              Further evidence of the possibility of extending expiration dates of prescription medications is provided by the Shelf-Life Extension Program (SLEP), a collaboration between the FDA and the Department of Defense that aims to reduce medication costs for the military. It has found that 88% of 122 different drugs stored under ideal conditions should have their expiration dates extended more than 1 year, with an average extension of 66 months, and a maximum extension of 278 months. The SLEP is extremely cost-effective; each dollar spent on it saves $13 to $94 in medication costs.

              SLEP info paper:

              Some addition infos via the “wayback machine”, additional links therein:

              And a DOD paper on it: http://web.archive.org/web/20160303192906/https://slep.dmsbfda.army.mil/slep/slep_info_paper_JAN_2006.doc

              Interesting to note that the meds in that table in this paper were extended significantly, e.g. Doxycycline from 3 years to 13 years! (N.B. under controlled conditions)

              Canned foods, from USDA:

              (Jul 17, 2019) Store commercially canned foods and other shelf stable products in a cool, dry place. Never put them above the stove, under the sink, in a damp garage or basement, or any place exposed to high or low temperature extremes. High acid foods such as tomatoes and other fruit will keep their best quality up to 18 months; low acid foods such as meat and vegetables, 2 to 5 years. If cans are in good condition (no dents, swelling, or rust) and have been stored in a cool, clean, dry place they are safe indefinitely. While extremely rare, a toxin produced by Clostridium botulinum is the worst danger in canned goods.

              NEVER USE food from containers that show possible “botulism” warnings: leaking, bulging, or badly dented cans; cracked jars or jars with loose or bulging lids; canned food with a foul odor; or any container that spurts liquid when opening. Even a minuscule amount of botulinum toxin can be deadly. Can linings might discolor or corrode when metal reacts with high-acid foods such as tomatoes or pineapple. As long as the can is in good shape, the contents should be safe to eat, although the taste, texture and nutritional value of the food can diminish over time. Home-canned foods should be used within 1 year.

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    2. I have to take vitamins for my eye PressureVission from Bausch and Lomb and it has 40mg zinc in each capsule and I take 2 a day. They balance the zinc with cooper. I believe zinc takes cooper out of the body?
      Bausch+Lomb also has just and eye vitamin. I would look into that if one cannot find zinc.

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            1. I got my direction from the retina specialist who treads my eye. My Internist went wow when he read the amount. I take most of the time one because if I take more I begin not to feel good. Sometimes I take a break just listen to my body.

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  2. Glad to see this clip being tweeted out again.

    It’s something that help to red-pill the folks who are still clueless about what’s going on.

    Text of tweet:

    They already knew it worked.

    #Chloroquine #Hydroxychloroquine #Coronavirus .

    Description of the video:

    It’s a clip from a tv show 16 years ago, which shows the characters talking about a New Virus from China.
    The main character, a clairvoyant, sees in a vision that Chloroquine will cure people who catch the virus.
    The doctors believe him since he has been right about everything else.

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    1. OK, Wheatie. I researched this, and am shocked at the answer. LOGICAL THINKING for the win.

      Note that this is not my field of science, but I’m a fast learner, and I know how to disambiguate research in other fields quickly. Very interesting timelines here show me that this fits the pattern of money distorting drug development and clinical treatment. Essentially, all off-patent drugs become “virtual orphans”, and it actually affects TREATMENTS. A fascinating problem.

      This whole thing is NOT a problem of spooky clairvoyance. It’s a problem that even self-interested movie productions looking to make sensible plots, discover the answers that money-motivated big pharma and big government become BLIND TO.

      As a side note, a smart disinterested external viewpoint (Q Team, pencilneck, secret orgs) will see this where “society” does not.

      We did get played. Bottom line is that “they” knew, or more accurately “we knew”, but nobody will champion the working answers because they’re not the MONEY ANSWERS.

      Anthony Michael Hall is a known “geek” player, so Hollywood goes back to him TIME and TIME AGAIN, from his first really big appearance in “The Breakfast Club”. Note that he plays Bill Gates in 1999. That is before the chloroquine work on SARS was officially done. However, the interest in chloroquine AND hydroxychloroquine in understanding and possibly treating HIV and other viruses was ACTIVE in 1990, and maybe even earlier, so we don’t NEED to go to really deep conspiracies, although we CAN go to them – and we can do this with almost any person we choose, who knew but pooh-poohed working treatments. HOWEVER, it is more effective and convincing to say Fauci was BLIND rather than EVIL.

      I am starting to believe that Fauci is not so much evil as AGGRESSIVELY BLIND, AGGRESSIVELY SELF-INTERESTED, and both RUTHLESS and BORDERLINE IMMORAL in his approach to controlling the outlook of science. Fauci is thus useful to people who ARE seriously touched by evil, like Hillary Clinton.

      Fauci is highly controlling, and is only a team player if his team wins. He was not willing to allow the Mikovitz viewpoint to find ANY foothold in NIH. The lack of TREATMENTS is also a direct outgrowth of his viewpoint on science. Fauci is a “big pharma next solution only” thinker. He sees only NAILS, because he’s a HAMMER.
      Guys like Bright (hammer dudes) are likewise a direct outgrowth of Fauci’s viewpoint – they’re Fauci-bots.


      I really need to do a full post on this. It’s very important to understand.

      Short version:

      Fake science is so blind, even Hollywood finds the real answers faster. And there are many who already know this, and they like it that way, because they derive power from the secret.

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    2. It seems that for those with difficulties absorbing minerals you can actually get symptoms of too much of a mineral when you take a supplement … even when you are gravely deficient. Just something to keep in mind.

      Magnesium malate is a really great form of Mg to take. DiMg Malate seems to be even better. At the moment I’m taking Jarrow’s Mg Optimizer which also has B6. Surprisingly it does not have trace Boron which is quite important as Gail noted.

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  3. Factory fires and Chinese viruses aside, magnesium deficiency causes a number of chronic health problems. I encourage all to do some Googling and see if magnesium supplements might help (go with magnesium chelate if you buy any).

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  4. Just an extra note on magnesium: A little bitter salt mixed in water while watering and spraying your pepper plants will help your pepper harvest and grow SCORCHING HOT PEPPERS!🌶🌶🌶

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      1. Works for tomatoes too!

        Blossom drop is common with the extreme hot variants of pepper—capsicum chinense aka habanero and bhut jolokia. Magnesium has done wonder for me on getting the blossoms to fruit—combined with manual pollination using a tiny artist paintbrush.

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        1. There’s an organic concentrate called Medina. Mix w/ water and spray on plants, it’s like coating them with liquid vitamins. They love it! Brings back the dead, makes em grow like crazy. I sprayed on tomato blooms and EVERY last one of them set!! It’s MIRACULOUS!!!

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  5. The authors of this study are well-published researchers at NYU.

    However, it is a pre-publication – not yet gone through peer review scrutiny. I checked and this article is not yet published at NLM. But the pre-pub was only yesterday and today is Saturday.

    We have seen many reports that in clinical practice that this trifecta works rapidly and obviously for the benefit of the patients without serious side effects and is inexpensive.

    I posted two articles by the University of Florida last night on the CV thread. They were written with enough bias to make CNN blush.

    On Remdisivir – UFL was calling it the new ‘standard of care’ despite the UFL study being the only study to show obvious benefit. And did not report any side effects. – https://ufhealth.org/news/2020/uf-health-s-niaid-funded-study-helps-make-remdesivir-standard-care-covid-19-treatment

    On HCQ – UFL reported that with HCQ therapy, they did not find the heart problems feared would occur.
    However, they began to equivocate, hem-haw-hedge and did not report any benefit.

    I did find a large May 4, 2020 review article at NLM – concluding that HCQ regimen is not effective for prevention of COVID-19:
    Continuous hydroxychloroquine or colchicine therapy does not prevent infection with SARS-CoV-2: Insights from a large healthcare database analysis.
    Gendelman O1, Amital H2, Bragazzi NL3, Watad A1, Chodick G4.

    HOWEVER, as we know, stats can be stacked as desired, large numbers of patients ignored, discarded, etc. A review article is rife with opportunity for gaining the ‘desired’ results.

    Will Science, Politics and Religion ever be honest again?

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    1. Thanks.

      At this point, I only trust MY peer review. Peer review is a deadly game. When the people who control it are corrupted or biased and stack the deck, it cannot work. I saw that from the inside. I am no longer a believer in it.

      Throw it out to the wolves and let everybody judge. 😉

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      1. I hope your day is blessed, my break is over I have to get back to weed eating the back 40 lol. Wish I had a goat to help maintain our blackberries but unfortunately the bears here prefer goat to anything else.

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      2. Research Misconduct Identified by the US Food and Drug Administration
        Out of Sight, Out of Mind,


        Every year, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) inspects several hundred clinical sites performing biomedical research on human participants and occasionally finds evidence of substantial departures from good clinical practice and research misconduct. However, the FDA has no systematic method of communicating these findings to the scientific community, leaving open the possibility that research misconduct detected by a government agency goes unremarked in the peer-reviewed literature….

        To identify published clinical trials in which an FDA inspection found significant evidence of objectionable conditions or practices, to describe violations, and to determine whether the violations are mentioned in the peer-reviewed literature.

        Design and Setting
        Cross-sectional analysis of publicly available documents, dated from January 1, 1998, to September 30, 2013, describing FDA inspections of clinical trial sites in which significant evidence of objectionable conditions or practices was found.

        Results Fifty-seven published clinical trials were identified for which an FDA inspection of a trial site had found significant evidence of 1 or more of the following problems: falsification or submission of false information, 22 trials (39%); problems with adverse events reporting, 14 trials (25%); protocol violations, 42 trials (74%); inadequate or inaccurate recordkeeping, 35 trials (61%); failure to protect the safety of patients and/or issues with oversight or informed consent, 30 trials (53%); and violations not otherwise categorized, 20 trials (35%). Only 3 of the 78 publications (4%) that resulted from trials in which the FDA found significant violations mentioned the objectionable conditions or practices found during the inspection. No corrections, retractions, expressions of concern, or other comments acknowledging the key issues identified by the inspection were subsequently published.

        Conclusions and Relevance
        When the FDA finds significant departures from good clinical practice, those findings are seldom reflected in the peer-reviewed literature, even when there is evidence of data fabrication or other forms of research misconduct.

        Blogs are now performing the important tasks of scrutinizing papers and conclusions often finding gross mistakes.


        Editors In Chief of World’s Most Prestigious Medical Journals:
        “Much of the Scientific Literature, Perhaps HALF, May Simply Be Untrue” … “It Is Simply No Longer Possible To Believe Much of the Clinical Research That Is Published”
        Posted on June 1, 2015 by WashingtonsBlog
        Corruption Is Destroying Basic Science

        Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine are the two most prestigious medical journals in the world.

        It is therefore striking that their chief editors have both publicly written that corruption is undermining science.

        The editor in chief of Lancet, Richard Horton, wrote:

        Much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue. Afflicted by studies with small sample sizes, tiny effects, invalid exploratory analyses, and flagrant conflicts of interest,

        ogether with an obsession for pursuing fashionable trends of dubious importance, science has taken a turn towards darkness. As one participant put it, “poor methods get results”. The Academy of Medical Sciences, Medical Research Council, and Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council have now put their reputational weight behind an investigation into these questionable research practices. The apparent endemicity [i.e. pervasiveness within the scientific culture] of bad research behaviour is alarming. In their quest for telling a compelling story, scientists too often sculpt data to fit their preferred theory of the world. Or they retrofit hypotheses to fit their data. Journal editors deserve their fair share of criticism too. We aid and abet the worst behaviours. Our acquiescence to the impact factor fuels an unhealthy competition to win a place in a select few journals. Our love of “significance” pollutes the literature with many a statistical fairy-tale….

        Similarly, the editor in chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. Marcia Angell, wrote in 2009: *http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/2009/jan/15/drug-companies-doctorsa-story-of-corruption/

        It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine.

        In her must-read essay, Dr. Angell skewers drug companies, university medical departments, and medical groups which set the criteria for diagnosis and treatment as being rotten with corruption and conflicts of interest.

        And we’ve previously documented that the government sometimes uses raw power to cover up corruption in the medical and scientific fields.

        Postscript: Corruption is not limited to the medical or scientific fields. Instead, corruption has become systemic throughout every profession … and is so pervasive that it is destroying the very fabric of America.

        How Many Scientists Fabricate and Falsify Research? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Survey Data

        ….A pooled weighted average of 1.97% (N = 7, 95%CI: 0.86–4.45) of scientists admitted to have fabricated, falsified or modified data or results at least once –a serious form of misconduct by any standard– and up to 33.7% admitted other questionable research practices. In surveys asking about the behaviour of colleagues, admission rates were 14.12% (N = 12, 95% CI: 9.91–19.72) for falsification, and up to 72% for other questionable research practices. Meta-regression showed that self reports surveys, surveys using the words “falsification” or “fabrication”, and mailed surveys yielded lower percentages of misconduct. When these factors were controlled for, misconduct was reported more frequently by medical/pharmacological researchers than others.

        Considering that these surveys ask sensitive questions and have other limitations, it appears likely that this is a conservative estimate of the true prevalence of scientific misconduct.

        Why Most Published Research Findings Are False


        There is increasing concern that most current published research findings are false. The probability that a research claim is true may depend on study power and bias, the number of other studies on the same question, and, importantly, the ratio of true to no relationships among the relationships probed in each scientific field. In this framework, a research finding is less likely to be true when the studies conducted in a field are smaller; when effect sizes are smaller; when there is a greater number and lesser preselection of tested relationships; where there is greater flexibility in designs, definitions, outcomes, and analytical modes; when there is greater financial and other interest and prejudice; and when more teams are involved in a scientific field in chase of statistical significance. Simulations show that for most study designs and settings, it is more likely for a research claim to be false than true. Moreover, for many current scientific fields, claimed research findings may often be simply accurate measures of the prevailing bias…..

        NATURE International Weekly Journal of Science: Publishers withdraw more than 120 gibberish papers

        I could go on and on. Like the FDA does not bother to mention all the medical studies they find false or the clinical labs that didn’t even bother to do the studies. (Like North Carolina clinical research organization Cetero Research that faked data for five years or more.)

        The research is left as “good” in the medical journals and your doctor then uses that false information to make decisions affecting your health. (That is another ton of links)

        US scientists significantly more likely to publish fake research, study finds

        Source: BMJ-British Medical Journal
        US scientists are significantly more likely to publish fake research than scientists from elsewhere, finds a trawl of officially withdrawn (retracted) studies.

        Fraudsters are also more likely to be “repeat offenders,” the study shows.

        Publishers withdraw more than 120 gibberish papers

        Science Magazine “Peer review is sick and collapsing under its own weight,” — science publisher Vitek Tracz

        Even the scientific community is starting to realize trashing the good name of science is having repercussions. (That is why Utube is frantically trying to delete videos that do not support Big Pharma. The facade is finally crumbling.)

        NY TIMES: A Sharp Rise in Retractions Prompts Calls for Reform

        So why are there so few conservative scientists (and a resulting rise in fake research?) DISCRIMINATION!!! OH THE HORROR!!! The Progressives DISCRIMINATE and they ADMIT IT!!!
        Survey shocker: Liberal profs admit they’d discriminate against conservatives in hiring, advancement. ‘Impossible lack of diversity’ reflects ideological intimidation on campus

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    2. If Zelenko takes the preventive dose himself, as he has stated on video, that’s all the evidence I need. He is in a very compromised state, lost a lung 2 years ago I believe.

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      1. Interesting – I did not know that. So he had a personal motivation to keep up with the science and behave pro-actively on this. SMART. That saved me, too, although I was motivated by AGE and not disease compromise. I started adding Vitamin C to my regimen. Saved my butt.

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        1. I was just taking your basic multi, some C and the glucosamine combo previously. Now aside from the Zelenko stuff, zinc daily, D, more C and we just got some quercetin online (which is also combined with C). I hope I’m not taking things at the wrong intervals – or that shouldn’t be taken close together. It feels like one big crap shoot. 🙄 Oh, I just happened to catch Dr. Z saying that about taking it himself. It wasn’t some big announcement, just something mid-sentence.

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  6. So glad to see this article Wolf.

    Some how, President trump and his Team, which I don’t consider FauXi and Brix on the Team, are able to push hard for HCQ, Zpak and zinc. Certainly as an out patient treatment. Both facilitates recovery and avoids ICU horrors.

    By extension, WHY have we not heard about HCQ as a preventive to CAV setting in? There were lots of use and studies announced. Have not heard results.

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  7. I woke up today starting to feel the familiar nasal congestion of a cold/flu coming on. No zinc beyond whats in my mvi and only could order some mixed as b complex with 24 mg zinc in it. Ive added in 500mg vit c on top.
    Hopefully its just a cold.

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    1. Get some nasal saline spray – use morning and night – all the time, not just when you feel a cold coming on. It keeps your sinuses moist – so they won’t over react which causes excessive production of mucus/congestion.

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      1. Yes. Its always a single side with a sharp tickle. I took my viramins with 2 ounces if tonic water and sat directly in the sun for 15 min. I felt better but gotta flush it out. May be a seasonal allergy too. Got hot and windy, with ac and fans it just stirs it up.

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    2. I know the studies are mixed on it…but supposedly chelated minerals are more readily absorbed by the body instead of being passed on through the urine. They cost a bit more….but could save you money in the long run by simply being more effective.

      Zinc citrate, zinc acetate and zinc picolinate are 3 popular forms of chelated zinc. Zinc oxide and zinc sulfate are cheaper non chelated forms.

      You can order chelated zinc at just about any bodybuilding supplement website…some may offer express delivery.

      I personally take chelated minerals because I do not want to see my money literally go down the toilet.


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      1. Yup. Those metal oxides are only converted to usable forms by the hydrochloric acid in the stomach – but that means better on an empty stomach – which most vitamins are definitely NOT better – although taken with orange juice or the like can help convert to the citrate before dumping to the intestines.

        Chelated is just more reliable.

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        1. Niiiice!

          Vitamins on an empty stomach are one of the few things that make my cast iron stomach nauseous. No problems with minerals.

          Magnesium citrate does not give me the laxative effect that magnesium oxide does<<<not good when you are lifting heavy iron. 😲

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      1. I compare them to Amazon, they’re either same or a little higher. They offer more cash back on Rakuten, so I buy there when they email me sitewide sales.

        First time buyers can get $10 off order.

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  8. Song going through my head…

    🎶The Hydroxyquinine bone connected to the Zinc bone,
    The zinc bone connected to the Copper bone,
    The copper bone connected to the Magnesium bone,
    The magnesium bone connected to the Calcium bone,
    The calcium bone connected to the C, D, E bone
    C, D, E bone connected to the…..

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      1. I am going to post the links for a bunch of videos so people have them all in one places.

        THE POLITICS of Covid-19

        Amazing Polly on the WHO, World Bank and NGO connections to Covid-19 and Fauci’s FOREKNOWLEDGE of the release of Covid-19.

        Dr Jason Fung explains the Financial Conflicts of Interests and the End of Evidence-based Medicine.

        Dr Judy on mouse RNA in vaccines, how FauXi suppressed the truth and ‘gain of function’ bio-weapon research. (I like this video the best because it has more info.)

        ==P L A N D E M I C Part 1 (Dr. Judy)==

        Thomas Paine podcast: (start at 17 minutes) This should be viewed after the first Dr Judy video so you can understand it better.

        “On January 13, Agnes Buzyn, still France’s Health Minister, classifies chloroquine as a “poisonous substance,”… it has been sold off the shelf in France for half a century…. Professor Perrone reveals on the 24/7 LCI news channel that the stock of chloroquine at the French central pharmacy has been stolen.”

        Didier Raoult ORDERED to cease trifecta trials or face jail. (In French)

        Dr. Francis Boyle, US Biowarfare Act Author — Studies Confirm Coronavirus Weaponized. He points to the fact that China funded all three ‘gain-of-function’ studies and Fauci funded two of the three.
        The actual studies are linked and there is a video.

        ‘gain-of-function’ = Bioweapon development.

        As usual remove * from in front of the URLs and past into a different window or tab.

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  9. Been taking a C/Zinc citrate supplement with my mv that I could tell quickly was helpful and was not expensive. Am adding a Calcium/D supplement now on an every other days basis. Next up will be the Super B from Young Living. I try to rotate so that the effects are more balanced and less dependent on the empty/full stomach issue. Will see how it goes.

    PDT told the world Hydroxy/Z-pac/zinc and the leftists/globalists screamed. When they screamed and jabbered I smiled because we all know PDT is right. So, pass on vaccines and any other therapeutic of the day recommended by them. I ride with PDT.

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  10. Stuff:
    The chemo people took all my supplements from my arsenal prior to starting chemo and immunotherapy except for my 10 k D3.

    I insisted that I’d never go potty again in this lifetime if I couldn’t continue my Mg. 400 mg. so they conceded me that. It is not the best Mg., it is the one I an easily get. It is Mg. oxide. I take that daily.

    They don’t know that I reestablished taking my zinc 50 mg. in the form of Zinc gluconate, oxide, aspartate (probably not the best form but have taken it for years) about 6 weeks ago. Tough cookies.

    Since I cannot have my precious Cs, I use at least 1/2 of a lemon each day in my water glass.

    Garlinaise was taken away from my arsenal also, so Onions and garlic….liberal use for my foods. p.s. onions are Italian roses and garlic, Italian rosettes per my father 65 yeas ago. 🙂

    How else can I protect myself with food please?

    Does anyone know if there is a connection between CoQ and chloroquine?

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    1. Here’s a link showing what foods contain CoQ10. The article itself is not terribly pro CoQ10, but it does have an extensive list of foods. Foods that contain more CoQ10 appear to be various hearts.


      I do have a suggestion. My daughter started doing this after experimenting with beef heart. Beef heart is available for about 1.75/ lb at Winco. She ground it, knowing her DH wouldn’t touch it with a ten foot pole. Of course it’s extremely lean and is not good for making a hamburger. It’s okay to make something you would brown the hamburger for, but will need to add some oil to brown it in. Anyway, she bought some 70/30 hamburger and mixed it 1/2 and 1/2 with ground heart and it makes a very tasty hamburger patty.

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        1. I used to buy tongue once in a while and then it got pretty spendy, and now when I do see it, it’s all cut up.

          I found a Persian recipe for it when DH and I were first married, and I always fix it that way. It’s fork tender, and kind of like a tomato-ey pot roast. It does need a long cook time.

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          1. I do 2 tongs in my instant pot in less than an hour…fork tender. Pull off skin. Cut it up into smallish cubes, freeze it, brown what I want to eat with cilantro, cheese, maybe sour cream, and a nacho.

            Lots and lots of garlic in cooking liquid, salt and pepper.
            My mom used to make tongue with pickling spices and garlic. Pull off skin and slice like lunch meat. Pretty darn good with mustard.

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    2. Jane:
      From coosmama and others:
      EGCG is in bitter green tea. An article says S.Korea is treating with zinc and green tea, this inhibits cytokine storms. The EGCG works as an ionophore like quinine (tonic water) & HCQ to help transport zinc into the cells.

      Quercetin is a Zinc Chelator and Ionophore and requires no prescription.

      Red meat (beef) is high in zinc as is cheese.


      In the upper right corner of that website you can enter a vitamin or mineral in the search box to find the foods that are high in the nutrients you want.



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  11. I knew there was something more to these factory fires than “Democrat bullshit,” so I did some digging and it took a whole five minutes to find this whopper.

    The Mexican fire was at Mitras Industrial Park in Nuevo Leon Mexico. Guess what else was in the Mitras Industrial Park…


    Yes, the suspicious Mexican fire was at the same location of a joint DEA/Mexican fentanyl lab raid in 2019. Perhaps the “suspicious fire” was really a lab demolition crew or white hats sending some kind of signal. So that’s probably why there’s a lack of details about these fires; it’s probably a national security matter.



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  12. And as for the Illinois fire, well that factory is owned is Magnesium Elektron. Magnesium Elektron is owned by a British company called Luxfer. Maybe it’s just me, but that looks and sounds an awful lot like “Lucifer” if you use a Chinese “sh” sound for “x” Oh, and whaddaya know, there’s a Chinese dragon on their home page.


    That’s as far as I got before I decided that I’m just tired of this shit. At least it appears the white hats may have got one on the cabal.

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    1. Okay, I had to laugh at this one.

      “Luxfer MEL Technologies’ magnesium alloys are used in a broad range of applications and industries. In healthcare, our award-winning SynerMag bio-resorbable alloy is a new product that is used to help patients requiring short-term implantable devices.”

      So “LUXFER” might make a material used for the Mark of the Beast microchips. You can’t make this shit up.

      I’m done now.

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        1. The quantum dot tattoo?
          A new bond film, perhaps: Quantum of Malice? Billy-Ghoul Gates: all that’s missing is the white cat…

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    1. Good stuff! And very smart – he FIRED his health minister – very likely a WHO-BOT (and thus a CHINA-BOT) and possibly also a DILMA-BOT (former commie president), and that would have been a smart move.

      Bet that former health minister was “touched” by “Event 201”, if not an attendee.

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      1. I knew the first time I heard/saw Ø that he was evil. I just didn’t realize how evil or how many would enable and assist his evil deeds.

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    1. They’ll have him in irons before long, having galvanized their opinions of him…
      (To paraphrase one of my son’s favourite shows, “Steele Crooked After All Of These Years”…).

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  13. I tracked down the TV show that mentioned Coronavirus and Chloroquine:

    It was Dead Zone 2003 -*https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/gdmuad/dead_zone_tv_show_from_2003_mentions_corona_virus/

    Here is the YouTube video – *https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jY6-HvE5YdU

    2003 was right in the middle of the first SARS outbreak in China from November 2002-2004.

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    1. I’m tearing Scummer a new one on that thread.





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  14. Interesting link over at chiefio (H/T A C Osborn) to an article on WUWT (wattsupwiththat) about all the skulduggery and Faux-Xi, et. al. incompetence or malfeasance.
    [chiefio: https://chiefio.wordpress.com/2020/05/10/yet-another-government-corruption-or-medical-fringe/#comment-129525 }
    [WUWT: https://wattsupwiththat.com/2020/05/02/pseudo-science-behind-the-assault-on-hydroxychloroquine ]

    Here’s a bit from the intro:

    Pseudo-Science behind the Assault on Hydroxychloroquine
    Leo Goldstein / 1 week ago May 2, 2020
    This is a research article published as information for health care professionals and public officials, and for an open peer review. It is not medical advice.

    I reviewed the scientific literature on hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), azithromycin (AZ), and their use for COVID-19. My conclusions:

    • HCQ-based treatments are effective in treating COVID-19, unless started too late.
    • Studies, cited in opposition, have been misinterpreted, invalid, or worse.
    • HCQ and AZ are some of the most tested and safest prescription drugs.
    •Severe COVID-19 frequently causes cardiac effects, including heart arrhythmia. QTc prolonging drugs might amplify this tendency. Millions of people regularly take drugs having strong QTc prolongation effect, and neither FDA nor CDC bother to warn them. HCQ+AZ combination, probably has a mild QTc prolongation effect. Concerns over its negative effects, however minor, can be addressed by respecting contra-indications.
    • Effectiveness of HCQ-based treatment for COVID-19 is hampered by conditions that are presented as precautions, delaying the onset of treatment. For examples, some states require that COVID-19 patients be treated with HCQ exclusively in hospital settings.
    • The COVID-19 Treatment Panel of NIH evaded disclosure of the massive financial links of its members to Gilead Sciences, the manufacturer of a competing drug remdesivir. Among those who failed to disclose such links are 2 out of 3 of its co-chairs.
    • Despite all the attempts by certain authorities to prevent COVID-19 treatment with HCQ and HCQ+AZ, both components are approved by FDA, and doctors can prescribe them for COVID-19.

    Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) was accepted as a COVID-19 treatment by the medical community in the US and worldwide by early April. 67% of the US physicians said they would prescribe HCQ or chloroquine CQ for COVID-19 to a family member (Town Hall, 2020-04-08). An international poll of doctors rated HCQ the most effective coronavirus treatment (NY Post, 2020-04-02). On April 6, Peter Navarro told CNN that “Virtually Every COVID-19 Patient In New York Is Given Hydroxychloroquine.” This might explain decrease in COVID-19 deaths in the New York state after April 15. The time lag is because COVID-19 deaths happen on average 14 days after showing symptoms.

    But on April 21, several perfectly coordinated events took place, attacking HCQ’s use for COVID-19 patients.

    1. The COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines Panel of the National Institute of Health issued recommendations with negative-ambivalent stance regarding the use of HCQ as a COVID-19 treatment. This surprising stance was taken contrary to the ample evidence of the efficacy and safety of HCQ and despite absence evidence of its harm. The panel also strongly recommended against the use of hydroxychloroquine with azithromycin (AZ), the combination of choice among practitioners.

    2. On the same day, a paper (Magagnoli, 2020) was posted on a pre-print server medRxiv, insinuating that HCQ is not only ineffective, but even harmful. This not-yet peer reviewed paper, by unqualified authors with conflicts of interest, received wall-to-wall media coverage, as it if were a cancer cure. It used data from Veterans Administration hospitals, spicing its effects. The paper has shown to be somewhere between junk science and fraud.

    3. Rick Bright, a government official who was probably more responsible for the low level of preparedness to the epidemic than most others, and had been re-assigned to a lower position earlier, emerged as a “whistleblower.” He claimed he had been demoted for opposing hydroxychloroquine, the claim to be soon debunked by documents bearing his signature. The media also gave him a wall-to-wall coverage.

    On April 24, the FDA struck its own blow, issuing a stern warning against use of HCQ for COVID-19 treatment.

    While these warnings are not binding to doctors, they do produce a chilling effect. Consequently, either patients do not receive necessary treatment, or they receive it with a delay, sharper decreasing its effect. This allows detractors to question HCQ efficacy even more aggressively. Below, I review problems in the NIH COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines and other sources, used to wage anti-HCQ propaganda.
    [End Excerpt]

    There is a great deal of research, well-written and informative. There are also a ton of links. Looks to be worth more digging.

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