The Role of Ivermectin in Reducing Inflammation From Covid

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Executive Summary

  • Multiple studies show Ivermectin reduces inflammation in those with covid.
  • This study is of no interest to the medical establishment or establishment media.


Understanding the role chronic inflammation plays in cancer and how Ivermectin fights this issue is critical to understanding one of the powerful effects of Ivermectin.

What is Inflammation?

Inflammation is part of the immune response. So to be chronically inflamed is when the immune system is over-responding and, therefore, can be categorized the same way as an auto-immune disease. The way inflammation is part of immunity, and the immune response is explained in the following quotation.

Inflammation is your body’s way of defending itself against bacteria, viruses, or damaged cells, and it occurs naturally as part of the natural healing process. The inflammation, which can cause you a lot of pain and discomfort, is removing the harmful pathogens from your body. A rapid inflammation, in response to a broken bone, or a viral infection, can cause swelling for a few days and dissipate quickly. This inflammation is helping your body heal itself, and it’s not a bad thing. However, if you suffer from a chronic and ongoing inflammation, it’s a sign that your body isn’t healing itself, and you’ll struggle with chronic pain and stress. – Sound Sleep Medical

Getting poor sleep increases inflammation. Stress increases inflammation.

Why is this?

These two things are not a virus or other pathogens. The answer is that the immune system perceives poor sleep and stress as a type of attack on the body, and the immune system is alert through these two examples. Those with poor sleep and stress are at very high risk for chronic inflammation. Furthermore, these things are all interactive. So a person with chronic inflammation will have a problem sleeping. Moreover, it does not take chronic sleep deprivation to cause inflammation, and one night will cause inflammation to rise, as is explained in the following quotation.

A new article in the September 15th issue of Biological Psychiatry, by the UCLA Cousins Center research team, reports that losing sleep for even part of one night can trigger the key cellular pathway that produces tissue-damaging inflammation. The findings suggest a good night’s sleep can ease the risk of both heart disease and autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis. – Science Daily

Understanding Inflammation and Covid

A significant effect form covid is inflammation, and Antiinflammatories is part of the US covid treatment protocol. The medical establishment ignored the article published in 2020 titled Ivermectin may be a clinically useful antiinflammatory agent for late-stage COVID-19, as it tells a story of effectiveness against covid — which they don’t want to be told.

Ivermectin, on the WHO’s List of Essential Medications, has been in clinical use since 1981 as an orally and topically active agent for treating a range of parasitic infections in humans, including river blindness and lymphatic filariasis. It is also widely used in veterinary practice.

Anecdotally, the use of the standard clinical dose of ivermectin, 9 mg once, has been associated with some cases of rapid clinical resolution in severe hospitalised COVID-19; clinical studies evaluating its utility in this regard are underway.

There are two reports that ivermectin, administered either systemically or topically, exerts anti-inflammatory effects in murine models of allergic inflammation (asthma and atopic dermatitis). The systemic effect was achieved with a 2 mg/kg dose.

In 2008, Zhang et al studied the impact of ivermectin in mice challenged with intraperitoneal lipopolysaccharide (LPS).