Answering the Question of Ivermectin’s Safety

Executive Summary

  • Many questions exist about whether Ivermectin is safe for humans, and health authorities provide inaccurate information.
  • This article covers the real story of Ivermectin safety.


On the question of whether Ivermectin is safe for humans to keep people from taking Ivermectin, as it would have cannibalized the sales of far more expensive on-patent medications with far lower side effects, the health authorities, under the control of the pharmaceutical companies, they massively exaggerated the safety issues with Ivermectin. An excellent example is the FDA’s warning on Ivermectin, which you can read here. That article focuses on whether Ivermectin is safe for covid — however, this website covers the use of Ivermectin for many purposes. All of the health authorities want Ivermectin only limited for use against parasites. This article covers that Ivermectin is safe without pharmaceutical influence or political considerations.

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