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Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Is There A Simple “Tonic” That Can Cure Covid?
A Conspiracy Of Drugs

By Dorraine Fisher

Do you ever wonder or question why all drugs on the market today are no real cure for anything? Doesn’t it seem like most drugs and over-the-counter medications are specifically designed to control or suppress symptoms rather than actually curing anything? The word “cure” needs careful consideration for its usage these days.  We’re conditioned to believe that we need to keep taking something day after day for the rest of our lives in order to control the symptoms and possibly keep ourselves alive. Or, as with these new Covid vaccines, we’re told we need to get the shot, when there might be alternatives available out there that may work better without serious possible risks.

Okay, first of all, nothing I say here is said to prevent or cure any disease. And we’re certainly not advocating for diagnosing yourself with any disease. And we’re not offering a “cure.”  And you should always consult your doctor if you’re having any symptoms of Covid 19.

But there are things about this virus that need to be addressed. And we are not being told all the facts by mainstream media, The World Health Organization (WHO), or the Center For Disease Control (CDC) . Many of us already know this. But there are also many who aren’t listening. And here’s a possible reason why: fear.

When Covid 19 took it’s hold on the population of the world last year and fear took over worldwide, Donald Trump came forward and endorsed the drug hydroxychloroquine as a cure, especially in cases of early manifested symptoms. At that time, there had been no controversy surrounding this drug. It had been used often around the world to cure certain strains of malaria and had also been used to treat autoimmune diseases like lupus. But Trump haters became suspicious of this drug ONLY because Trump was endorsing it. If you hated Trump or were afraid of his policies, you now didn’t trust a drug that had been widely trusted before and used to treat diseases for many years and had shown much promise in treating early Covid symptoms. But many U.S. states quickly called for banning the drug, even though it was used successfully to treat those other diseases. And it was also banned in other parts of the world. Why? Perhaps because it wasn’t included in a greater agenda for gaining control of the world population???  Since authorities ignored the possibilities of this drug and went to work developing a vaccine instead. Did you smell a conspiracy then?

And the conspiracy runs deeper. If you do a simple internet search using uncompromised search engines like Duckduckgo.com and avoid Google altogether, you’ll find that Hydroxychloroquine has an interesting origin. Hydroxychloroquine is nothing more than quinine, sometimes called chloroquine, which is an extract of the cinchona evergreen tree native to the mountainous areas of Central and South America. And it is curiously a key ingredient in a known beverage many consume every day: tonic water. When I mentioned quinine to my family members recently, my father recalled being given quinine fairly often in pill form as a child to treat his cold and flu symptoms.

I consulted with a relative of mine that works in the drug industry and asked her about quinine. She said it had been banned in the U.S, due to overuse for symptoms of restless leg syndrome. Supposedly it had caused some serious side effects in patients from this overuse. It worked for RLS, but instead of regulating it and controlling its use, the government banned it. Why?

It is said that quinine can be made by anyone at home. So I did a Youtube search for how to make it. I found a young couple there who were doing a replacement video about how to make it because their first video about the subject had been removed from Youtube due to some “inappropriate content” that was never explained any further than that.  Although the couple had been very careful to not state that it was a cure or prevention for any disease, their video was still promptly removed. Why? Why is the use of quinine so suddenly controversial. Could it be because it very well could be an easy, cheap cure for this virus we’re facing and they don’t want us to know about it because it thwarts their ability to control it and control what we believe about this virus??? My conspiracy mind has to wonder.

Of course, we’re not advocating that you go out and buy tonic water to drink if you have Covid symptoms, but this is information we all need to be aware of. There are possible alternative cures that are being swept under the rug and rejected in favor of a vaccine that has not been tested long-term and could possibly be much more dangerous. If you frequent the holistic and natural cures community, you hear every day there about easy, cheap cures that are being suppressed by the government. And we all suspect it’s because they want to sell you their overpriced and potentially much more dangerous drug instead that doesn’t really cure anything.

Even though quinine is supposedly banned, I did another internet search and found you can buy it in capsule and pill form easily there. You can also buy cinchona bark and make it yourself through outlets like Amazon and Etsy. Although, again, we aren’t encouraging anyone to do that.

But the big question here is why is this subject being glossed over? Why is the use of hydroxycloroquine so controversial to this day? I think these are questions we all need to be asking about this drug as well as many others. 

You can find full scoop on quinine (chloroquine) here:  https://www.drugs.com/npp/quinine.html


This Post By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher. Dorraine is a Professional Writer, photographer, a nature, wildlife and Bigfoot enthusiast who has written for many magazines. Dorraine conducts research, special interviews and more for The Crypto Crew. Get Dorraine's book The Bigfoot Research Journal

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