Ivermectin – How Safe is It Really?

Should you take it? Or run away?

Ivermectin Toxic or Not?

Here is some great info that you may not see too many places. Do some research and then you make the decision for yourself. Chris Maretenson has a great series of videos on Covid-19 (going back to early 2020). Below is his expert analysis of studies that evaluate the safety of Ivermectin:

How Does it Work

Dr. Mobeen Syed has done a series of videos on how Ivermectin works. Here is a straightforward description of how Ivermectin can help protect you against and help your body fight COVID-19.

Does It Really Work?

With all the negative media coverage, it is reasonable to ask “does it really work” or is it just for deworming horses. Dr. Pierre Kory was called to testify before a Senate committee. Click below to hear what he had to say.

How to Get a Prescription for Ivermectin

If you think you want to take Ivermectin as preventative or a treatment, then check out the FLCC Alliance They can guide you to a doctor in your state. This doctor can set up a teleconference with you to help you determine if Ivermectin is an appropriate preventative or treatment.


Exercise Your Judgement

I’m a big believer in people. I think that you should do the research and decide for yourself. You have good judgement. Go use it. Don’t let me or some mob on Twitter or the media tell you how to think. You can decide for yourself. It may not be easy or you may be criticized but your health is important.

Read Family Camping Book for Free

2020 has been a crazy year. Despite the Covid-19 stuff, Connie and I have still managed to safely go camping and 4wheeling. If you want to find out more about how to go camping (and take your family) then you can read my first book on camping for free at https://montie.com/book/. Many of the topics in the book also apply to overlanding and glamping.

If you just want something to remind you of better days to come, then maybe a free book about fun stuff will be just the ticket. If you want a Kindle or paperback version, then please visit here.

When we go camping, we take measures to be socially distant and avoid exposure to the Covid-19 virus. If you want ideas on how to do that, then visit an earlier blog post.

Should You Wear a Mask – The Science Behind Why You Should

There is so much misunderstanding and misinformation about this subject. So I break down my understanding of why you should wear a mask. It is longer than I intended, but hopefully it is simply stated and makes a good argument for why masks should be worn.

If you physically cant wear a mask (small percentage of the population), that is ok, we just need to get everyone else wearing a mask so we can beat this virus and go one with our lives, liberty and prosperity.

You can listen to the podcast or on Youtube (below).

Staying safe from Covid-19 While Camping

Thinking about going camping soon? The video below shows how we tried to stay safe last weekend and avoid the Covid virus while we were camping at Grandfather Campground in Banner Elk, NC.

The goal was to not enter the shower or bathhouse. Instead we used our pop up shower tent and portable, propane hot water heater to shower at our campsite. We used our portable poop bucket for those needs.

Stay safe out there!

Corona Virus – Minimizing the Impact to Your Business and Family

Here are my thoughts on

  • how NC and Wake county are misleading us and not being consistent with CDC guidelines
  • why the Corona virus is a threat to your employees, you and your bottom line
  • why you should send your employees home sooner, rather than later, to protect your business and bottom line – especially employees that can work from home
  • reducing the chance of infection by reducing the potential R0 in your business
  • remember as the commentator on PeakProsperity.com says the pattern of the virus is case, case, cluster, cluster, boom

Our local disinformation from the state / county / public schools is so bad that PeakProsperity.com was pointing out the inaccuracy of info provided by Wake County public schools and the Wake county health department in conjunction with NC DHHS.

I’m not a medical professional, but I’ve been following the virus very closely. I hope this helps you make proactive decisions that could save lives.