How To Make Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) at Home (Quinine version)
25 Dec 2021
This is a Home Recipe for Hydroxychloroquine. (This is the Quinine home version of HCQ) not the same as the drug.
NOTE: You must do your own research as some people it may not be recommended such as people with certain ailments and restrictions with grapefruit and citrus etc.
QUININE HAS MANY USES AND APPLICATIONS. IT IS ANALGESIC, ANESTHETIC, ANTI -ARRHYTHMIC, ANTIBACTERIAL, ANTIMALARIAL, ANTIMICROBIAL, ANTIPARASITIC, ANTIPYRETIC, ANTISEPTIC, ANTISPASMODIC, ANTIVIRAL, ASTRINGENT, BACTERICIDE, CYTOTOXIC, FEBRIFUGE, FUNGICIDE, INSECTICIDE, NERVINE! As some Experts say.
HOW TO STORE QUININE HOME VERSION:
Will last few weeks in the fridge or can be frozen into ice cubes, placed into a zip lock bag which can last few months.
Quinine can be made out of the peelings of grapefruits and lemons, but especially grapefruits. Do not take the lid off of the pot till it cools completely as this will allow the quinine to escape in the steam.
HOW SOME PEOPLE RECOMEND TAKING IT:
Some say for preventative, Take 1 tablespoon daily or with symptoms every couple of hours. Discontinue as soon as you get better if you are not planning on taking on a regular basis as a preventative.
Disclaimer: I am not a traditional medical doctor of any sorts and only offer this from my own data research of DuckDuckGo.com and Google and it is up to the individual reading this to do their own research with this information what they want.
How To Make Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) At Home