4 Amazing Alternative Medical Sources for COVID Treatment Information

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Alternative Medical Sources

On a recent episode of the Steve Deace Show, Steve rattled off a number of Alternative Medical Sources that his listeners should consult if they can’t find any help elsewhere. In this episode of his show, as with many of his other shows since the beginning of the pandemic, Steve advised that we seek out these alternative medical sources because they are willing to provide the assistance that sadly, most of the doctors in this country will not. Since I know that not everybody is subscribed to the Steve Deace Show, I figured that it would be a good idea to gather all of the resources that he listed and share them with you.

FLCCC Alliance

The first of the Alternative Medical Sources you should look at is the FLCCC Alliance. I will note that on the show, Steve Deace referred to it as flccc.net. I will also note that this is actually a legitimate URL, but it redirects to what appears to be their official URL, https://covid19criticalcare.com/.

Mission Statement

According to their website, the following is this Alternative Medical Source’s mission statement, “Formed by leading critical care specialists in March 2020, at the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, the ‘Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance’ is now a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to developing highly effective treatment protocols to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 and to improve the outcomes for patients ill with the disease.”

Physicians

You can view the list of FLCCC Physicians by clicking here.

Protocols

The FLCCC Alliance’s website mentions a number of Protocols including I-MASK+, MATH+, I-RECOVER and a number of other items. You can learn more about their protocols by visiting their Protocols Page. They even put together what they call, “THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE CARE OF THE COVID-19 PATIENT“.

Screenshot of the FLCCC Alliance's Protocols

Ivermectin

The FLCCC Alliance also has a page that is all about the use of Ivermectin in the treatment of COVID-19. They also have a page that discusses how to get Ivermectin.

Final Thoughts

The FLCCC Alliance appears to be a very good addition to our list of Alternative Medical Sources of COVID Treatment Information.

Early Covid Treatment Report

One of the more interesting Alternative Medical Sources on this list is https://www.earlytreatmentreport.com/. I consider this one of the more interesting Alternative Medical Sources because according to their About page, this website was put together by a stay-at-home Mom from MA. She has gathered up a number of videos, podcasts and early treatment protocols that she can find and included them all on the website.

Early Treatment Packet

This Alternative Medical Source’s major contribution is the Early Treatment Packet that she has painstakingly compiled and kept updated. The latest update was from October 1, 2021. If you have not already reviewed this packet, you should do so. It is a quite comprehensive list of early treatment resources that you and I are apparently not supposed to know about.

Final Thoughts

I intended to include mostly doctors as Alternative Medical Sources, but judging by the state of the medical field in the era of COVID, I don’t know if that’s really necessary or even a good thing. Besides, clearly one does not need to be a doctor in order to gather information from doctors and compile it into a very useful PDF. Kudos to the Early Covid Treatment Report for earning a spot on this list of Alternative Medical Sources for COVID Treatment Information.

Interesting Side Note

One thing that I wanted to point out about the Early Treatment Report website is that if you search for: early treatment report, on Google you won’t find this website. However, if you search for it on DuckDuckGo, it is the VERY FIRST RESULT. Suspicious, no? This appears to be one of the Alternative Medical Sources, Google doesn’t want you to find. Test the search for yourself and see if your results vary. Click here to search Google. Click here to search Duck Duck Go. Are your results different from mine? If so, let me know in the comments.

My Free Doctor

The third of the Alternative Medical Sources we would like to share with you is MyFreeDoctor.com. If you visit the MyFreeDoctor website, you’ll notice that they don’t have a whole lot of information on the home page. Basically, it appears as though their main goal is to push you directly to the app they use to coordinate contact with their staff. The app is called “Medici” and it can be installed directly on your Android or iPhone.

Screenshot from MyFreeDoctor.com, one of the Alternative Medical Sources featured on Parallel Economies.
Home Page of MyFreeDoctor.com showing the prompt to download and install the Medici App on Android / iOS.

I actually went through the process of downloading and installing the app. If you’re worried about downloading strange apps off the internet, don’t be. It takes you directly to the App Store on iOS (or presumably the same on Android) where you can download the app securely.

Create an Account

Once you download the app, you’ll have to create an account. You have to input some basic personal information and then in order to ensure that you are connected to the right people, you use their invite code “FREEDOCTOR”. After this registration process is complete, you will be able to view the My Free Doctor profile page on the Medici app and contact them. However, they are apparently VERY busy helping people so you must be patient.

Only Message Once Every 48 Hours

They are really trying to drive home the fact that you should not be contacting them multiple times within a 48 hour window. This is likely because every time you contact them, it is just one more message they have to sort through and will likely only cause them to spend even more time on admin tasks and less time helping people like yourself. So please, only contact them once per 48 hours.

Pharmacy List

The MyFreeDoctor.com website actually maintains a rather comprehensive list of pharmacies that you can view on their Pharmacy List web page, or by downloading the Master List of Pharmacies by State PDF. They don’t actually mention why you might want to use these specific pharmacies that they have listed, however one might be so bold as to make the assumption that these are pharmacies that are willing to prescribe you whatever medications their doctors are willing to write prescriptions for.

Final Thoughts

The MyFreeDoctor.com website appears to be specifically geared toward getting you straight through to someone who can help you. They do have other information on their site, but the focus is on providing contact with a doctor ASAP. From the screenshots on their Medici app, it does appear that they are woefully overworked, but it appears that they are doing their best so if you are in need of help, it can’t hurt to try to reach out to them.

IvermectinCan.com – the James Clinic

The final entry in our list of Alternative Medical Sources for COVID treatment information is IvermectinCan.com, otherwise known as the James Clinic. I first heard from Dr. James when she joined Daniel Horowitz on Episode 956 of the Conservative Review Podcast. In the episode, Dr. Mollie James discussed why she had to leave her position as a critical care doctor in NYC’s ICUs last March. After leaving, she built her own telehealth website for COVID patients at IvermectinCan.com.

About Dr. James

You can visit her About Page for a more comprehensive biography, but in short, Dr. James was at the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York treating many patients and even becoming ill with coronavirus herself. She claims to have seen too many people die due to a lack of emphasis on early treatment of COVID and IvermectinCan.com is her response.

Consultations for a Price

Nothing in this life is free, and sadly this treatment option is not free either. This is one of the reasons that I left this until the last of our Alternative Medical Sources for COVID treatment information. However, according to Dr. James’ homepage there is “1-day scheduling for acutely ill COVID patients via Virtual Appointments”. Now, to me, that is worth spending a few hundred bucks, so I am in no way complaining that Dr. James is actually trying to make a living or cover some expenses here.

Pricing

Urgent Consultation

On her COVID 19 page, Dr. James offers a virtual consultation within 24 hours of notification for the price of $490. This includes close follow up, strategies to avoid hospitalization, advice signs you should go to a hospital, personalized treatment plan and discounts on supplements.

COVID Prevention Consultation

Also on her COVID 19 page, Dr. James offers a virtual medical consultation during which you can prepare yourself ahead of time to either prevent or mitigate COVID symptoms. Also, she will help you prepare to have the right medications and supplements on hand before COVID strikes. This preventative consultation is listed at a price $290.

Long-Haul and Post-Shot Syndromes

Finally, Dr. James offers a more long-term service for individuals who are experiencing long-term complications from the virus. According to her COVID 19 page, this consultation service provides up to 3 months of treatment as well as prescription medications, supplements and testing. The price is $990.

Final Thoughts

While I wish that Dr. James was providing these services for free, any sane person knows that medical consultations actually cost money. Additionally, finding an option to receive a consult within 24 hours could be the difference between life and death depending upon your symptoms. If you have the money and are acutely ill right now, I think this is a great option.

Additionally, on her Appointment Booking Page, Dr. James does mention that a portion of her consultations will be done at discounted or pro bono rates for those in need. However, if you can afford to pay, you should do so because there aren’t that many doctors out there that are willing to buck the system and actually treat you before you get hospitalized, which is just depressing. So you should support the ones that are out there like Dr. James.

Conclusion

Hopefully this list of Alternative Medical Sources for COVID Treatment Information have been helpful to you somehow. If you appreciate the work we have done in compiling this information, please feel free to support our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sanctuarycounties. Additionally, if you have any additional Alternative Medical Sources of COVID Treatment Information that you think we should include, please add them in the comments below.

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