Frontline Care Doctor Shares How To End Covid
Dr. Paul Marik, a critical care doctor at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital in East Virginia, is renowned for his work in creating the “Marik Cocktail,” which significantly reduces death rates from sepsis using inexpensive, safe, generic medications.1 In the video above, he speaks with Dr. Mobeen Syed about trends in the management of COVID-19, including what he believes could have wiped out the virus early on.2
According to Marik, the treatment of COVID-19 patients in the early stages of the disease was botched in the U.S. and worldwide, and the continued recommendation that people stay home and isolate while doing nothing until they’re cyanotic, or basically turning blue from a lack of oxygen, is a disgrace, because early treatment options are available.
“There is a scientific vacuum and this starts back to March of last year,” Marik said. “There’s been a complete failure of the major medical institutions across the world. Every major society has failed to provide honest useful scientific information.”3
While the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health have stated there’s no treatment for COVID-19, only supportive care to treat the fever or provide fluids, Marik describes this as an outrage:4
“While we may not have the best answers, we do have some answers and to tell people to stay at home and isolate so they go blue is an absurdity that’s actually causing lots of damage because we are now waiting for the virus to, in some people, cause the cytokine storm. And when they arrive with that state it is very difficult to reverse it and stop it and bring them back.”
FLCC’s COVID-19 Treatment Protocol
Marik and four other critical care physicians formed the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Working Group (FLCCC) early on in the pandemic. Not content to offer COVID-19 patients “supportive care,” Marik recruited some of the most knowledgeable pulmonary critical care specialists to solve the COVID-19 treatment puzzle, honing in on stopping the hyper-immune response — including multi-organ inflammation and clotting — which is what typically drives death in fatal COVID-19 cases.5
Marik told Mountain Home magazine, “As pulmonary critical care doctors we know how to treat inflammation and clotting, with corticosteroids and anticoagulants. It’s first-grade science.”6 Yet, when the pandemic began, press briefings neglected to include clinicians who were actually treating COVID-19 patients to state “these are the symptoms and this is what you have to do.”7
FLCCC released their MATH protocol for hospitalized COVID-19 patients in March 2020. It gets its name from:
High-dose intravenous Ascorbic acid (vitamin C)
Plus optional treatments Thiamine, zinc and vitamin D
Full dose low molecular weight Heparin
Step-by-Step Guide to COVID Prevention and Early TreatmentThe MATH protocol led to high survival rates. Out of more than 100 hospitalized COVID-19 patients treated with the MATH protocol as of mid-April 2020, only two died. Both were in their 80s and had advanced chronic medical conditions.8 FLCCC also created I-MASK , which is their mass distribution protocol for prevention and outpatient treatment of COVID-19.
FLCCC’s I-MASK protocol can be downloaded in full,9 giving you step-by-step instructions on how to prevent and treat the early symptoms of COVID-19. The prevention protocol is for those who are at high risk of COVID-19 or know they’ve been exposed, and includes:
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D3
The early outpatient protocol, for those with early symptoms, includes all of the above, plus aspirin and nasopharyngeal sanitation, such as steamed essential oil inhalation three times a day along with chlorhexidine mouthwash gargles and betadine nasal spray. Fluvoxamine is also recommended in certain cases and monitoring of oxygen saturation levels with a pulse oximeter is recommended.
FLCCC also has protocols for at-home prevention and early treatment, called I-MASS, which involves ivermectin, vitamin D3, a multivitamin and a digital thermometer to watch your body temperature in the prevention phase and ivermectin, melatonin, aspirin and antiseptic mouthwash for early at-home treatment. Household or close contacts of COVID-19 patients may take ivermectin (18 milligrams, then repeat the dose in 48 hours) for post-exposure prevention.10
Marik’s original COVID Protocol, released in March 2020, recommended hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), a zinc ionophore, to decrease the duration of viral shedding, particularly in elderly patients with comorbidities.11 However, their latest I-MASK protocol, updated June 30, 2021,12 recommends quercetin instead. Quercetin, also a zinc ionophore, is an over-the-counter alternative to HCQ and works much like HCQ does. According to Marik:13
“Experimental and early clinical data (published in high impact journals) suggests that this compound has broad antiviral properties (including against coronavirus) and acting at various steps in the viral life cycle. It also appears to be a potent inhibitor of heat shock proteins (HSP 40 and 70) which are required for viral assembly.”
Censorship Is Keeping This Information Quiet
If you’re surprised to hear that an established protocol for COVID-19 prevention and treatment exists, it’s likely because you’ve heard nothing about it on mainstream media. This is intentional and exemplifies the censorship that has been
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