How to “Make” “Hydroxychloroquine” at Home (Quinine from citrus peels)
But… understand that the Hydroxycholorquine protocol requires zinc because the Hydroxycholoquine is a zinc ionophore, meaning that it drives zinc into cells thereby alkalizing them and helping prevent viral infected cell replication.
Quinine and Quercetin are the natural nutrients that help drive zinc into cells. Quinine is in citrus peels as well as the cinchona bark
“Dr Zelenko Protocol: Dr Zelenko statistics – 699 cases / 0 deaths = 0% death rate patients treated with three drug regimen 1- hydroxychloroquine 200mg twice a day for 5 days 2- azithromycin 500mg once a day for five days 3- zinc sulfate 220mg once a day for five days CONCLUSION – TREAT AS EARLY AND AS AGGRESSIVELY AS POSSIBLE IN THE OUTPATIENT SETTING Respectfully, Dr. Vladimir (Zev) Zelenko “
Zinc has copper and boron as co- factors. Vitamin A intake is synergistic with zinc plus vitamin A is also said to help stop viral replication. See more about zinc here at the Linus Pauling institute.
So you are not “making hydroxycholorquine” you are extracting quinine and maybe quercetin from the peels as well. This is from a ShariRaye video. Not meant to be health advice. Stated for educational purposes. Seek the guidance of a knowledgeable health care professional for diagnosis and treatment. This protocol below is like making tea. i have had many teas over the years that had citrus peels in them, you probably have experienced that too.