Ivermectin Dosage

Background on Ivermectin

In 2015, Ivermectin was awarded the Nobel Prize for its amazing effects in the fight against one of the world’s most dreaded diseases, River Blindness. This disease is caused by parasitic worms which are transmitted through the bite of blackflies, an insect that lives near fast-moving water.

William Campbell, one of the discoverers of Ivermectin

The drug Ivermectin (originally sold under the name Stromectol) has been used safely for decades in humans to treat parasites and more recently has shown to have a beneficial effect against some forms of cancer, and of course, coronaviruses too.

The large number of doctors from all around the world praising Ivermectin therapy for it’s strong effect helping to mitigate the symptoms of covid-19, has seen a massive rise in demand for this wonder-drug. Despite a smear campaign being run against the medicine, funded and pushed by some of the world’s most profitable companies and their connections in politics and the media, the fact that Ivermectin is on the WHO’s List of Most Essential Medicines, says something in itself.

Prior to 2021, the FDA were also strong supporters of the use of this medicine, however lobbyists connected to the food and drug administration have since pushed to have the drug demonized, in an effort to stop it’s widespread usage for treatment instead of their far less safe or effective injections.

With decades of safe use in millions of people under it’s belt, it’s clear that the benefits of using this medication far outweigh the risks. Many first-time users have even noticed other benefits with health conditions that they did not expect, due to the anti-parasitic properties of the drug, and them hosting parasites unknowingly until they took it.

Post 2020 we’re seeing an increase in the number of people looking to buy Ivermectin almost daily.

Ivermectin Dose

The specific dose of Ivermectin required for treatment depends on what specific ailment it is being used to treat. Most commonly doctor’s who prescribe the drug will suggest a daily oral administration of 0.2-0.4mg per kilogram of bodyweight, per day. Any single dose of Ivermectin should be take on an empty stomach.


For specific protocols relating to coronavirus treatment, please see the FLCCC website and read up on whichever protocol is most relevant to your current situation. This is a commonly recommended dosage for adults and children over 30kgs. For younger children it is best to speak with your trusted doctor before taking a course of medicine.

If you are taking Ivermectin therapy for a parasitical infection, it is highly likely you have consulted with a doctor previously, and they would have given you a recommendation on how much to take per single dose and for how long to take the treatment. Multiple studies show that oral administration Ivermectin treatment works better when combined with a zinc supplement, so we always recommend users consume these together for optimal results from treatment.

Most people believe that oral Ivermectin treatment is as simple as buying it online and ingesting the medication, but there are many other factors to consider. For example, it may be risky if you take this medicine while pregnant or breastfeeding without first consulting with your doctor.

That said, Ivermectin has zero known interactions with other drugs, and the side effects some people get from taking it usually relate to a fast die-off of parasites within the body, and the shock to the system caused by the toxin they excrete as the body tries to flush out the waste they produced.

Clinical Trials

Since mid-2020 clinical trials have been underway to determine the efficacy of Ivermectin against covid-19. Previously it was well known from other clinical studies that Stromectol had a powerful effect against other coronaviruses, so it shouldn’t really surprise anyone that it shows similar effects in combating SARS-COV-2.

covid-ivermectinAs time goes on, more and more controlled clinical trials show Ivermectin to be a powerful tool in the fight against covid, and more and more doctor’s have been using – and seeing first hand – the powerful effect this medicine has had in saving peoples’ lives. Now we know it works, so researchers are focusing on determining out the optimal dosing regimen.

All clinical trials so far have shown great promise with Ivermectin being the star molecule to treat this virus but working best when combined with other treatments such as Zinc supplements, Vitamin C Infusions, Vitamin D etc. all taken in combination as a single dose on an empty stomach.

Ivermectin has multiple benefits when it comes to treating coronavirus-related illness. The drug itself is non-toxic to humans and animals alike, which makes it an obvious choice for treatment when compared to others medicines within its class. There are literally thousands of clinical studies proving – with no adverse drug interactions – its efficacy at combating parasitic infections in mammals.

Multiple clinical trials have shown that administering this medication alongside other treatments increases the chances of a successful recovery by up to 20 percent more than if just using one particular medicine.

Drug Interactions

side-effect-nauseaIn general, Ivermectin has been known to have zero drug interactions when being taken by healthy patients. However, in a sick patient who is suffering from a multitude of conditions, there may be a risk of adverse effects if taken in the wrong dosage. If you are already on multiple medications it is best to consult your doctor before beginning any course of treatment.

Zinc Supplementation

Zinc supplementation alongside regular doses of Ivermectin at the correct dosages reduces side effects such as headaches and nausea that some users experience while taking this medication. This is another good reason to ensure you take your zinc supplementation alongside your course of treatment, especially if you are taking other medications.

Drug Administration

When taking a course of Ivermectin it is important to keep the dosage regular. To ensure the best chance of success make sure you do not miss a single dose as this may reduce the efficacy against your condition.

ivermectin-doseStudies have shown that patients who miss doses experience a lower level of parasitic eradication from their system, and those who take too much but then stop treatment before they complete their prescription will have parasites re-emerging within just days or weeks of stopping medication. Taking more that the recommended dosage can also increase the risk of suffering from adverse effects.

If you are taking Ivermectin for coronavirus treatment, the amount of medicine you take and length of your course will depend on your specific situation.

For use as a prophylactic (preventative treatment) a single does once a week (for significant exposure), fortnight, or even per month might be enough. Please get in contact with one of our trained medical experts for more information if you are unsure on how to take your medication or how much you should be taking.

Clinical Adverse Reactions

Many people who take Ivermectin have reported mild common side effects such as nausea, headache, and skin rash. However some people report more severe adverse reactions which can often be confused with an allergic reaction.

If you experience any kind of adverse effects when taking Ivermectin consult your doctor or provincial poison control center immediately so they can rule out such conditions such as Drug Rash with Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms (DRESS) syndrome, Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TENS), Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and Acute Generalized Exanthematous Pustulosis (AGEP).

Should you suffer an intense adverse reaction to oral Ivermectin, get in contact with your nearest hospital or local poison control center as soon as possible.

Due to the non-toxic nature of Ivermectin, it is highly unlikely you will suffer any adverse effects when taking the drug. Contradictions are very rarely reported. Many doctors with decades of experience treating patients with Stromectol claims that almost all adverse reactions to the medicine are due to parasites in the body dying causing a toxic shock to the system as they are removed.

While this may cause some discomfort in the short-term, in the long-run the patient will be much better off, having more energy, better immunity, and more vitality without parasites leeching off them.