HOME RECIPE FOR HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE (HCQ)

3. 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

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

14. HERE IS ALL YOU NEED TO DO TO MAKE YOUR VERY OWN QUININE…… TAKE THE RIND OF 2-3 LEMONS, 2-3 GRAPEFRUITS. TAKE THE PEEL ONLY AND COVER IT WITH WATER ABOUT 3 INCHES ABOVE THE PEELS.PUT A GLASS LID ON YOUR POT IF YOU HAVE ONE, A METAL ONE IS FINE IF YOU DON’T.

15. LET IT SIMMER FOR ABOUT 2 HOURS. DO NOT TAKE THE LID OFF OF THE POT TILL IT COOLS COMPLETELY AS THIS WILL ALLOW THE QUININE TO ESCAPE IN THE STEAM.

16. SWEETEN THE TEA WITH HONEY OR SUGAR SINCE IT WILL BE BITTER. TAKE 1 TABLESPOON EVERY COUPLE OF HOURS.

Via https://agrdailynews.com/2021/06/03/home-recipe-for-hydroxychloroquine-hcq/

103 thoughts on “HOME RECIPE FOR HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE (HCQ)

          • I just did the recipe, is cooling as i speak. I to have tonic water with quinine, good back up. My sister makes this and she puts the lemon and the grapefruit together. Guess it cant hurt, more potent maybe.

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            • Well yes, just the same as making soup you would not boil ingredients separately. Wash the fruit, peel and throw peels all in together. Remember to let it cool before straining into glass jars.

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                  • use canning jars and only fill half full of the liquid from the grapefruit rinds. [never boil] pressure cooker set on low ook works fo 1 hour then let set never rlease the stm from it as the quinine is in it. I hve an use sulfur as it chemiclly binds and allow the HCQ to form in the mixture. Here in daho I havehad classes here on how to prepare it. Alsp Ziinc monatrate

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      • Actually the gin and tonic began because soldiers were issued quinine tablets and told to dissolve them in water and drink the water. This was a preventative measure to keep them from getting malaria when they got mosquitos. Quinine is so bitter that soldiers decided to jazz up their drink so they could get it down and the G&T was born.

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  1. I will also try it. I have a glass lid for the pot but it has a hole in it to let steam out I guess. Will have to cover the hole. Many years ago, when I was about five, I remember the name of the medicine the Doctor gave me for ‘scarlet fever’ It was Quinine. Big pills. Before antibiotics were invented.

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    • This is probably more information than you will ever need but it should help you make a better product. I also have read the article and watched the video on making quinine from the Gf and L peals. It matters not if you have a hole in the lid or not, the steam will escape from under the lid if you tape up the hole. Use the glass lid and leave the hole open. The glass lid will let you see how your project is doing without lifting the lid, which would let a massive amount of steam and carry some of the vaporized quinine. Steam is created when the water gets above 212 degrees. The higher you turn the burner, the more steam you will produce, which may also burn your project, so keeping the temperature just high enough to see a little bubbling in the project and a little steam coming out the vent is what you are aiming for.
      The goal in this project is to get the nutrients out of the peals without having to ingest the peals, so, you cook it out. You need the water to cover the product with a temperature high enough to dislodge the nutrients and suspend them in the water. Meanwhile, you have all this water which thins out the syrup that you are trying to achieve. SO, by keeping the burner temp low, you do not overcook and/or scorch the product and since the product boiling temperature is higher than 212 deg., you can slowly boil off the water, the product stays in the bottom of the kettle and you end up with a quality product.

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  2. On the Dr.Quinn Medicine Woman program, she used quinine for many things. She panicked when she didn’t have enough supply. 😁

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  3. All very interesting and I will be making a batch of this. Do I need to refrigerate in glass jar or how is tge best way to store it?

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  4. Like many natural remedies, Wendy, I don’t believe the correct dosage is known at present. Most natural remedies are best taken on an empty stomach. Starting with a low dose and gradually increasing until you get unpleasant side effects.

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  5. Is there a certain length of time I should ingest this that will provide continued protection, or is it something I should incorporate into my lifestyle on a regular basis and indefinitely?

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    • I read another sites directions and it said to “Discontinue when you feel better.” Other sources said the same. Only take it when you feel under the weather.

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  6. Just made this and am waiting for it to cool to try it. I’m at the start of a regular old cold. Thanks for all the information.

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  8. It appears just eating citrus peels may do the trick. Very interesting stuff here —

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11142088/

    Nutr Cancer – . 2000;37(2):161-8. – doi: 10.1207/S15327914NC372_7.
    Citrus peel use is associated with reduced risk of squamous cell carcinoma of the skin
    I A Hakim 1 , R B Harris, C Ritenbaugh
    Affiliations – PMID: 11142088 – DOI: 10.1207/S15327914NC372_7
    Abstract
    Limonene has demonstrated efficacy in preclinical models of breast and colon cancers. The principal sources of d-limonene are the oils of orange, grapefruit, and lemon. The present case-control study was designed to determine the usual citrus consumption patterns of an older Southwestern population and to then evaluate how this citrus consumption varied with history of squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of the skin. In this Arizona population, 64.3% and 74.5% of the respondents reported weekly consumption of citrus fruits and citrus juices, respectively. Orange juice (78.5%), orange (74.3%), and grapefruit (65.3%) were the predominant varieties of citrus consumed. Peel consumption was not uncommon, with 34.7% of all subjects reporting citrus peel use. We found no association between the overall consumption of citrus fruits [odds ratio (OR) = 0.99, 95% confidence interval (CI) = 0.73-1.32] or citrus juices (OR = 0.97, 95% CI = 0.71-1.31) and skin SCC. However, the most striking feature was the protection purported by citrus peel consumption (OR = 0.66, 95% CI = 0.45-0.95). Moreover, there was a dose-response relationship between higher citrus peel in the diet and degree of risk lowering. This is the first study to explore the relationship between citrus peel consumption and human cancers. Our results show that peel consumption, the major source of dietary d-limonene, is not uncommon and may have a potential protective effect in relation to skin SCC. Further studies with large sample sizes are needed to more completely evaluate the interrelationships between peel intake, bioavailability of d-limonene, and other lifestyle factors.

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  9. My husband is taking Eliquis and was told that he should avoid grapefruit because it prolongs the breakdown of the drug and could be dangerous. Could you make it with just lemons?

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  10. Great info. Making a batch now. At the very least this seems to be a good source of vitamin c. Surely can’t hurt to consume a little each day.

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  11. is the liquid supposed to be liguidity or syrupy like after boiling/simmering? after 3 hours mine is more liquid than syrupy after removing the peels and straining. courious as i’ve read some say more syrupy than liquidity.

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  12. Hi I made a batch 2 days ago, am taking 1 tablespoon a day. Can I increase it? Is it best taken with or without food? Also how long will in keep in the fridge. Thank you.

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  13. My naturopath recommends taking “natural” remedies on an empty stomach, Mel. She recommends increasing natural remedies very slowly until you get side effects. I suspect it will last as long as homemade orange juice as it has no preservatives.

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  15. My parents boiled the citrus peals up every time a cold or flu poked its head up. Guess what we all lived! nobody died! Sad to say until Now I forgot and did not know why. A million thanks for the info reminder. I will be passed on!

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  16. It tastes horrible! But I don’t care, been taking for 2 weeks now. Sinus infection gone, better night sleep when you can breath properly. Making another batch as I type. I take about 2 -3 oz at night before bed, going to continue for another 2 weeks then take a break for 2 weeks and see how I feel.

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  17. Curious…..They mention simmer so do you turn the heat up high at the start maybe for 15 min before boil then simmer for the remaining 2 hours?

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    • Anything manufactured by pharmaceutical companies is likely to have ingredients that are less than healthy. Many prescription meds have synthetic squalene, for example. I guess all vaccines now have neurotoxins like mercury, formaldehyde, and aluminum. So If I can get an ingredient in the food I eat, that’s what I do…

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  19. Molecule of HCQ………[C18H26ClN3O]
    Molecule of Quercetin [C15H10O7]
    Molecule of Quinine…..[C20H24N2O2]
    THEY ARE OBVIOUSLY NOT(!) THE SAME CHEMICALS!!!!
    You can get Quercetin from fruit skins (and many other plants) but…you do NOT get HCQ or Quinine!!!
    Quercetin is VERY good for you and can ameliorate many disease problems…including low oxygen levels!!
    Perhaps even better for dealing with the vaxx bio-weapon is SHIKIMIC ACID obtained [in the same way as making a tea from fruit skins] from pine needles!! You can also use an espresso machine to get all the “goodies” out of both!!!
    I like Arborvitae (it’s mild and easily identified)
    It’s easiest and safest to stay with White Pine, Cedar or Arborvitae (which is actually a cedar) because there are many “pine” trees that are toxic (such as Yew, Ponderosa Pine, etc.)

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  20. Thank you for this! Now, it can be difficult at times to get hold of organic lemons and grapefruit. Do you think, it’s OK to use the sprayed ones or do you use only organic ones?

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