If you want to learn how to make hydroxychloroquine at home using only natural ingredients, follow the hydroxychloroquine recipe in this article and make your own hydroxychloroquine.
Hydroxychloroquine is one of the oldest treatments used for malaria. Similar to ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine fights parasites, has amazing antiviral, and even anti-cancer properties, and has been also used as early treatment and prevention against cold and flu in many parts of the world.
Natural Hydroxychloroquine Recipe
In March 2020 I researched natural alternatives for hydroxychloroquine, and thus I found the precursor of hydroxychloroquine, which is chloroquine, a medication primarily used to prevent and treat malaria.
My research had led me to discover that the precursor of hydroxychloroquine is chloroquine, which was first extracted from the bark of Cinchona trees from South America.
Quinine is a natural extract, used by natives of South America for centuries to treat fever, malaria, and other viral infections. This natural extract is what we’re going to use to make hydroxychloroquine at home.
How to Make Hydroxychloroquine at Home
To make hydroxychloroquine at home, the key ingredient you need is quinine, which is naturally extracted from cinchona bark. In addition to quinine extract, wormwood (Artemisia annua/absinthium/vulgaris) has a similar action to both hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin due to its high content of artemisinin.
Organic citrus fruit peel contains a terpene called limonene, which has similar antiparasitic and antiplasmodial properties similar to quinine, with the potential to limit the severity and progression of the disease due to its immunomodulatory, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral properties. Here is how to make hydroxychloroquine at home.
Hydroxychloroquine Recipe Ingredients
- 3 cups of water
- ¼ cup of lemon juice
- 1 tsp quinine extract (1 dropperful)
- 2-3 twigs of wormwood (1-2 tsp)
- the peel from 3 limes cubed
- the peel from 3 lemons cubed
- the peel from 2 oranges cubed
- 3 cardamom pods
Combine the ingredients together in a jar. Seal and give it a good shake. Store the jar in the fridge for the next 72 hours, and shake daily. Strain and sweeten with dates or maple syrup, raw honey, or coconut sugar to taste because quinine can be quite bitter. Or use a good stevia extract instead. Drink this homemade hydroxychloroquine tonic water throughout the day.
If possible, use only organic citrus fruits, because pesticides gather in the peel conventionally farmed citrus fruits.
Why Make Hydroxychloroquine at Home?
Because nature offers the best healing and protection. This medicinal tonic water recipe makes a natural antimalarial and antiviral with ingredients from nature, that cause no harm when used within the recommended dosages. Quinine is safe to use, but please follow the recommended dosages on the label or the recommendations of your health professional.
Read Also: 7 Natural Alternatives to Hydroxychloroquine
The 100% natural hydroxychloroquine recipe is an amazing and simple way to prevent viral infections, but also as a natural treatment when used at the first symptoms. Now that you know how to make hydroxychloroquine at home, share this article so you can help more people with this empowering information. Stay healthy, naturally!
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