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Thorner: Naturopath offers different perspective on COVID treatments




(Disclaimer: Illinois Review does not intend this information to be an endorsement or recommendation of suggested treatments. It is intended to simply provide additional information for our readers' decision-making about their health care.)

By Nancy Thorner - 

Recent developments in treating COVID-19, especially in terms of existing therapeutics, are validating what doctors like Colleen Huber knew all along: masks, distancing, ventilators, and vaccines couldn’t resolve the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Last year, Huber, a naturopathic medical doctor based in Arizona, published “The Defeat of COVID: 500+ Medical Studies Show What Works & What Doesn’t.”   About author Colleen Huber.

The book details research on COVID-19 treatments and strategies—everything from zinc and hydroxychloroquine to social distancing and masking. She shares studies that explore the effectiveness of the various treatments, preventative measures, and interventions.

The book pays homage to doctors who have tried to promote early treatment using existing medications, vitamins, and supplements—folks like Dr. Vladimir Zelenko and the America’s Frontline Doctors team.

Some of the treatments that many doctors recommended after reviewing the available research include ivermectin, zinc, Azithromycin (Z-Pak), vitamins D and C, as well as turmeric, quercetin, and melatonin.

Many doctors were met with aggressive responses when they endorsed such treatments—or even sought more research to explore their effectiveness on COVID-19. Some doctors had their careers threatened and the mainstream media accused many of them of spreading “misinformation.”

“Countless more scientists and physicians and journalists around the world have faced ostracism by their peers when attempting to objectively view and disseminate data regarding COVID-19 and its impacts,” Huber wrote in the book.

Huber's hands on approach

Huber did more than compile a book of research about all the treatments somehow under reported by government and media. She actually treated COVID-19 patients—in person—throughout the pandemic.

“None of the people who came to me with COVID were hospitalized or needed urgent care or died. Not even one person. All recovered uneventfully,” Huber told The Epoch Times.

In Arizona, where Huber is licensed, naturopaths are primary care physicians required to learn, and then licensed to practice, conventional medicine as well as clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, clinical psychology, minor surgery and more. While some states license naturopathic doctors and have strict requirements, others do not.

Even though her book is circulating, Huber said many people have not seen it. In general, people don’t know how easy it is to treat the SARS-CoV-2 virus and COVID-19.

“COVID is easily defeated, very easily defeated,” said Huber. “I knew that back in early 2020, but not everybody did.”

Huber's book appears to be a valuable source of information to have on hand.  For as with the flu, which makes its presence felt every year, a form of Covid 19 will likewise be around for many years to come.


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