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Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?

 
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Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
Does anyone have information about how hydra vulgaris responds to ivermectin?

How about how hydra vulgaris responds to:

gcmaf
suramin
hydroxychloroquine
Grapefruit Seed Extract
Fenbendazol
shikimik acid
alcohol
nicotine



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[link to www.monaconatureencyclopedia.com (secure)]

had to look it up... it lives in streams?
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[link to www.monaconatureencyclopedia.com (secure)]

had to look it up... it lives in streams?
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Yes, and it seems that it is not particularly harmful to humans. People get contaminations in their fish tanks, etc. It seems that it is not a parasite and almost never a human disease vector.

Not sure what it does when injected, but I am curious.
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
As it's not known as a parasite of humans, there are probably no studies.



It is a freshwater organism though.


Increase sodium intake -- it may crush the little buggers.


Somehow they may have engineered them to live in blood (salty).
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
I could not (with brief search on each) discover any link between Hydra v. or other Hydrozoa and the above list.
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
As it's not known as a parasite of humans, there are probably no studies.



It is a freshwater organism though.


Increase sodium intake -- it may crush the little buggers.


Somehow they may have engineered them to live in blood (salty).
 Quoting: Professor Tiger Blood


Engineered, probably.Are any of the Morgellons "creatures" hydra-like?
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
As it's not known as a parasite of humans, there are probably no studies.



It is a freshwater organism though.


Increase sodium intake -- it may crush the little buggers.


Somehow they may have engineered them to live in blood (salty).
 Quoting: Professor Tiger Blood


Engineered, probably.Are any of the Morgellons "creatures" hydra-like?
 Quoting: Anymous Cowboy


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I'm eating some salty chips right now.


But of course, I would never accept their jab.


I just like salt.
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I've heard demons don't like salt either.
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cheers
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You've got the teeth of the hydra upon you
You're dirty sweet and you're my girl


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cheers
 Quoting: Professor Tiger Blood


cheers
Don't forget to have your Liberals spayed or neutered....Stolen

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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
I've heard demons don't like salt either.
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I know this might sound ridiculous, but do you have a link to a story?
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I've heard demons don't like salt either.
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I know this might sound ridiculous, but do you have a link to a story?
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Just a moment.
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
Thread: A tentacled parasite that lives INSIDE other creatures' somatic cells: Polypodium Hydriforme
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
I am beeches and not leeches, but this is how I feel about these things:


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Thank you, great thread.


Polypodium hydriforme (mentioned by @Professor Tiger Blood) looks like a much better match to Carrie Madej's creature.

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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
Bump for same question, but for

Polypodium hydriforme


What kills it?


What does it do in the human?

What use is it to the anti-humans?
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Bump for same question, but for

Polypodium hydriforme


What kills it?


What does it do in the human?

What use is it to the anti-humans?
 Quoting: Anymous Cowboy


Possibly genetic modification of humans.


It can enter individual cells and manipulate them.
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
I came here specifically for this question as I was doing some research after hearing that hydra vulgaris was noted to be found in the vaccine.....I found a couple of papers. It as a tough read but what I could gather was that the hydra vulgaris is used to get the mRNA code inside of the cell. Apparently this was also being used in cancer research....this is quite alarming....they are carnivorous....we are seeing a lot of neurological problems in people who have taken the vaccine, I am a Nurse and just took care of a young lady who was seizing for hours the other night...."fully vaccinated." It leads me to believe that these things may be eating the brains of people....as bizarre as that may sound. There's lots of other organ meat for them to eat as well....absolute INSANITY!!!

[link to pubs.acs.org (secure)]


[link to pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]


WTF is going on HERE!!!???

I have seen information that says these things can live any where from 4 days to 14,000 years....

Let me know your thoughts....

Crystal

This is my first post..hope I am not breaking rules by posting links....
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
I came here specifically for this question as I was doing some research after hearing that hydra vulgaris was noted to be found in the vaccine.....I found a couple of papers. It as a tough read but what I could gather was that the hydra vulgaris is used to get the mRNA code inside of the cell. Apparently this was also being used in cancer research....this is quite alarming....they are carnivorous....we are seeing a lot of neurological problems in people who have taken the vaccine, I am a Nurse and just took care of a young lady who was seizing for hours the other night...."fully vaccinated." It leads me to believe that these things may be eating the brains of people....as bizarre as that may sound. There's lots of other organ meat for them to eat as well....absolute INSANITY!!!

[link to pubs.acs.org (secure)]


[link to pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]


WTF is going on HERE!!!???

I have seen information that says these things can live any where from 4 days to 14,000 years....

Let me know your thoughts....

Crystal

This is my first post..hope I am not breaking rules by posting links....
 Quoting: Crystal_RN

from the videos on stew, i can't remember which one, but it was said that these organisms are used to carry a payload into a cell. So your post, aligns with that, and it makes total sense. Question is, what payload is being delivered?
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
The payload being carried, what I think anyway, is the mRNA of the vaccine, inside the cell to create the spike proteins.

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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
Hydra are usually found in fresh water. So water sterilisation tablets (chlorinated water tabs) would most likely kill it. President Trumpe tried to mention chlorinated water- but was ridiculed by fake MSM
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Hydra are usually found in fresh water. So water sterilisation tablets (chlorinated water tabs) would most likely kill it. President Trumpe tried to mention chlorinated water- but was ridiculed by fake MSM
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Actually, what he was referring to is Chlorine Dioxide, which has been found to be extremely effective against Malaria parasites that infest the liver and blood.

CD is an anti-parasitic that can penetrate on a cellular level.

It has a very alkaline PH, and is a strong oxidizer. For instance, when you get a cut, your body at the point of injury actually creates/releases hydrogen peroxide which oxidizes (burns) bacteria and attracts T cells for healing.

Chlorine dioxide is very similar in action.
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
I've heard demons don't like salt either.
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Good point - garlic, salt, silver, and roses (less so with the last). There are threads on pol about parasitic drugs being praised in the Bible.
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Good point - garlic, salt, silver, and roses (less so with the last). There are threads on pol about parasitic drugs being praised in the Bible.
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* ANTI-parasitic. D'oh.
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
It seems that fenbendazole kills hydra, though this author says betel nut (from India) is better: [link to fishlab.com (secure)]
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
I came here specifically for this question as I was doing some research after hearing that hydra vulgaris was noted to be found in the vaccine.....I found a couple of papers. It as a tough read but what I could gather was that the hydra vulgaris is used to get the mRNA code inside of the cell. Apparently this was also being used in cancer research....this is quite alarming....they are carnivorous....we are seeing a lot of neurological problems in people who have taken the vaccine, I am a Nurse and just took care of a young lady who was seizing for hours the other night...."fully vaccinated." It leads me to believe that these things may be eating the brains of people....as bizarre as that may sound. There's lots of other organ meat for them to eat as well....absolute INSANITY!!!

[link to pubs.acs.org (secure)]


[link to pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]


WTF is going on HERE!!!???

I have seen information that says these things can live any where from 4 days to 14,000 years....

Let me know your thoughts....

Crystal

This is my first post..hope I am not breaking rules by posting links....
 Quoting: Crystal_RN


I think that you may have misread those papers you linked; they are describing techniques for the detection of mRNA inside of hydra vulgaris, not using the creature as a transport mechanism to get mRNA into cells.
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Re: Anyone know how hydra vulgaris responds to Ivermectin?
Does anyone have information about how hydra vulgaris responds to ivermectin?

How about how hydra vulgaris responds to:

gcmaf
suramin
hydroxychloroquine
Grapefruit Seed Extract
Fenbendazol
shikimik acid
alcohol
nicotine



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 Quoting: Anymous Cowboy



Formalin and a dewormer called paraguard are touted by people with freshwater aquariums to eradicate infestations of hydra. Notably fluke worm killers work well. That said Im pretty confident that the mode of action used to kill worms with ivermectin via the nervous system paralyzing the worms would work on the hydra V. Only two ways to kill a hydra and that is with high or extremely low temperatures and starvation. Paralyzed hydra cannot feed, so if taken for a long enough time period it should work to kill the hydra sans any untold features this CRISPR creature may be endowed with via jekyl and hyde.

Formalin i don't believe is a viable option in the human body.

Ivermectin is the king of killing helminths of all sorts and then some.





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