- Aug 23, 2013
Most doctors wouldn't prescribe it, it doesn't have an effect, so people are probably going to be stupid and try to source it from somewhere else and probably get the vet version and then not realize there's a dosage difference.Most of the animal compounds are perfectly safe for human consumption, so I am not at all surprised to hear this. All that is required then is to adjust the dosages accordingly.
And most if not all doctors are licensed to compound medication or have a chemist, pharmacist, nurse they know who is licensed. Even the local Vet most probably has the required licence and knowledge.
Hence why all the noise about over dose risks is really not NEC, just applies to people who recklessly try self medication.
People are quite stupid.
Do note that there are trials ongoing for trying ivermectin, but pretty sure all of those will publish papers stating it's useless for Covid. And again, they won't outright say useless, they will say near no difference observed or something along those lines.