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Home Recipe For Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ)

What is Hydroxychloroquine exactly? It is nothing but Quinine, something that anyone can make at home. 

 

QUININE HAS MANY USES AND APPLICATIONS. IT IS AN ANALGESIC, ANAESTHETIC, ANTI -ARRHYTHMIC, ANTIBACTERIAL, ANTIMALARIAL, ANTIMICROBIAL, ANTIPARASITIC, ANTIPYRETIC, ANTISEPTIC, ANTISPASMODIC, ANTIVIRAL, ASTRINGENT, BACTERICIDE, CYTOTOXIC, FEBRIFUGE, FUNGICIDE, INSECTICIDE, NERVINE!

TAKE ZINC WITH THIS RECIPE, THE ZINC PROPELS THE QUININE INTO CELLS FOR A MUCH FASTER HEALING.

Storage : it will last a few weeks in the fridge or can be frozen in ice cube trays then put in a zip lock bag in the freezer which can last a few months !

Quinine can be made out of the peelings of grapefruits and lemons, but especially grapefruits. The cover lid shouldn’t have any holes in it both to prevent steam water or quinine escaping. Do not take the lid off  the pot until it cools completely as this will allow the quinine to escape in the steam. Sweeten the tea with raw honey or stevia since it will be bitter from quinine !

For preventative, take 1 tablespoon daily or with symptoms every couple of hours .Discontinue as soon as you get better.

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Disclaimer: I am not a traditional medical doctor of any sort and only offer this from my own data research of DuckDuckGo.com and it is up to the individual reading this to do their own research with this information for what they want. 

It’s crucial to take Vitamin D especially during winter with Vitamin C and take a good quality Zinc supplement.

Here are two ways to store Quinine tonic for months in the fridge and a more powerful medicinal probiotic version!

What else can you get from Grapefruit and Lemon peels?

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