Ivermectin… what’s good for the horse is good for the handler

You might have heard that the NIH rescinded its ban on ivermectin as a treatment for corona a few weeks ago.

This was accomplished in large part by the impassioned testimony of Dr. Kory on December 8th, 2020. If you haven’t watch it yet, it is must see TV. The NIH timing is also interesting, isn’t it, because the FDA can’t issue Emergency Authorization for a “vaccine” if viable treatments are already available. But now that that’s done, boom, cheap and effective drug no longer banned. If you have any lingering doubts about the safety and efficacy of ivermectin, you need to listen to Dr. Kory:


If the video won’t play, click here: https://vimeo.com/490351508

By the way, they’ve known as far back as June 2020 that ivermectin is highly effective, safe, and FAST. Goes to work immediately, and wipes out the corona in 48 hours.


I am now hearing first hand reports of doctors refusing to prescribe ivermectin, even though the ban was lifted, and even when specifically requested by the patient/caregiver. If this happens to you, here is the direct link to the NIH statement… click and then print this off in case you need it:


If that still doesn’t work, you’ve always got the option of horse paste. Yes, really. Not tasty, but quite effective.

The best news is, it works as a prophylactic too.

This is what it looks like out of the box. If you were treating a horse, you’d take the cap off, stick the white part into the tooth gap (horses have a gap between their front and back teeth… where the bit goes), and PLUNGE! Mr. Ed is now safe from bugs of all sorts for three months.

Now, if you don’t have a 2500 animal you are using this on, that’s okay. You can divide it into smaller doses by sliding that white ring down the plunger and locking it back in at the weight you want. So now the plunger will only go partway down, until it hits the ring and stops. No need for any math to determine proper dosage.

The dosage administered here is for healthy individuals, as a prophylactic. It’s half as strong as the full dosage. I took two doses, ten days apart. That was three weeks ago, zero side effects. I highly suggest finding some sort of food to wrap up your paste, to make it easier to go down. Mixing it into a glass of juice could also work. Just don’t try it straight, as the aftertaste will make you cry.

I just noticed, horse paste is now “Amazon’s Choice for ivermectin for humans:” Yup.

I have been a city boy all my life, but I did spend one summer on a ranch in Colorado around 5th Grade. I had a horse. His name was Spunky.

18 thoughts on “Ivermectin… what’s good for the horse is good for the handler”

  1. Used the same brand, same tube. Four doses, taken every 72 hours, knocked it right out with zero side effects. And it’s cheap enough to stock up for the next several “variant” outbreaks.

  2. Oops. Why is that NIH statement included? I was very excited hearing Dr Kory speak but the statement still recommends against it. I sent to friends. They will think I was a fool.

  3. I ordered the horse paste and some zinc with an additive which folks say acts like hydroxychloroquine. Thanks for the pep talk, Mark.

    What’s the oppression score like in Arizona? Now in Utah visiting the kids. Bars are open!

  4. Ivomec has been used by humans worldwide for 40 years for river blindness and dengue fever along with parasite control in 3rd world countries. It is labeled for animal use in the USA because if , take a guess? It’s cheap and effective, no money to be made. Safer than an aspirin, lots of good research just go looking using a search engine outside of e google and yahoo which keep redirecting you to opposing views.

  5. You don’t need a prescription. Just go to a farm supply store. A dose for a 1250 lb horse (or 5 250 lb men) costs $3.99 plus tax.

  6. Spunky huh?

    Years ago I became “addicted” to riding and all of the “accoutrements” related to the addiction….unusual for a former “Brooklynite.”

    Had an acquaintance with a farm in Chester County, PA…she would “hack”, provide “trail rides”,offer summer camps to the physically disabled giving them an opportunity to actually go horseback riding and then show at Devon.

    The “Devon crowd” shunned her 🙂 Hacking does not cut it with the Devon crowd.

    Sometimes she’d have upwards of 120 horses…many of them saved from the “dog food factory.”

    Thoroughbreds, racing, quarter horses, Kentucky walkers…great opportunity to learn to ride all types.

    ….no Spunky’s in the herd.

    But then again Chester County PA is not Colorado 😉

  7. Thanks to you and Ann B.! I just took dose # 1 -following up in ten days. Mixed it with an apple and peanut butter. Blended well.

  8. Different type animals use different per pound ammounts of drugs such as terramyacin and perhaps Ivermectin – humans usually are dosed the same as pigs based on body weight – horses may recieve a dose as much as 4 times higher per body weight, of some drugs – check with a vet or doctor to determine the ideal dose for humans or pigs – an oxy antibiotic? and zinc with Ivermectin is the hospital researched formula {2 countries and 7 hospitals tested – fast remission and release of patients, 100% reported.

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