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Worried About Flu Season? Make Hydroxychloroquine HCQ At Home!

We had posted a video previously on this topic. We are shocked to find out that the video we share on our blog post is now banned from YouTube. It is amazing how quickly the tech platforms and MSM prevent such information from getting to the people. The real reason that the drug companies, tech platforms and MSM are furious about this extremely affordable cure is that it was supposed to kept secret... That's right!

But it's not so easy to stop this information becoming public. YES! You can make Quinine at home, minus big pharma's fillers and preservatives.
If you ever feel a chest cold coming on or just feel like crap... Make your own Quinine!

Even a full treatment regime of HCQ pills from the doctor will cost less than $100 for someone who does not have insurance. Quinine is one of the drugs that is currently treating the virus which is the alleged cause of the current worldwide pandemic. And HCQ is not only proven to eliminate the flu virus... but "others" as well. Behind the scene studies are now coming forth that show HCQ being effective on other diseases as well HIV and even on cancers.

What is Hydroxychloroquine Exactly?

It is nothing but quinine. Something that anyone can make at home. And something that is being manufactured each and every day in the form of something we have all seen at the grocery and liquor stores, and consumed ... Nothing other than tonic water.

Home Recipe for Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ)

Watch the same video now on Rumble!

The recipe and the method how to make this solution at home, is extremely simple. It is made out of the peelings of grapefruits and lemons, especially grapefruits.

  • Take the peelings of 2-3 lemons, and 2-3 grapefruits.

  • Place the peels into a pot.

  • Cover the peelings with water about 3 inches above the peels.

  • Cover your pot with the lid.

  • Bring the water to boiling.

  • Let it simmer for about 3 hours.

  • Do not take the lid off of the pot till it cools completely. Otherwise the quinine will escape in the steam.

  • Sweeten the tea with stevia or monk fruit sweetener since it will be bitter from quinine!

This HCQ tea will last few weeks in the fridge, or it can also be frozen. After freezing in form of ice cubes, place in zip lock bags in the freezer. Frozen HCQ tea cubes will last few months!

Note: Please share this post with your friends and allow them to learn how to make this simple health booster for the possible health benefits. This home version of Hydroxychloroquine is not same as drug.


Some experts recommend to take zinc and vitamin C with this recipe as the Quinine propels the zinc into the cells for faster healing. Some experts recommend taking this HCQ tea for preventative purposes, 1 tablespoon daily. With chest cold symptoms or if you feel like crap, take 1 tablespoon every couple of hours to bring up the phlegm from your lungs. They recommend to discontinue as soon as you get better if you are not planning on taking on a regular basis as a preventative.

In addition to this, doctors are also prescribing the antibiotic Azithromycin ( (Zithromax Z-Pak).

Quinine has many uses and applications. Here are some of the possible uses and applications of Quinine (do your own research; the creator of this video material is not advising anything). it is ...

  • analgesic,

  • anesthetic,

  • anti -arrhythmic,

  • antibacterial,

  • antimalarial,

  • antimicrobial,

  • antiparasitic,

  • antipyretic,

  • antiseptic,

  • antispasmodic,

  • antiviral,

  • astringent,

  • bactericide,

  • cytotoxic,

  • febrifuge,

  • fungicide,

  • insecticide,

  • nervine.

Disclaimer: We at Comfort Keto are not medical doctors. This information is offered based on our own research and is not peer reviewed medical advise. It is up to the individuals reading this information to do their own research, get medical advise from their health care providers and proceed accordingly.

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Also interesting - ketosis may improve outcomes for Covid patients.

03 jan. 2022
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Thank you very much for this link. Isn't that interesting that NIH has the scientific knowledge about such benefits of KETO and doesn't make such information easily accessible to the public, buried deep in their website?

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