Covid-19: How to Not Get Sick...
and How to Cure Yourself in Your Home

The Course of Covid-19 and General Approach to Treatment
Table 1: Pharmacological Therapy for Covid-19 by stage of disease
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"The best way to end the pandemic and save patient lives in a hospital is to cure patient lives in their home." - Ellis Toussier.

Course of Covid-19 and General Approach to a Home Cure:
Do NOT take Tylenol (paracetamol, acetaminophen)!

Ivermectin has emerged as the “wonder drug” to treat COVID-19. Ivermectin inhibits viral replication and has potent anti-inflammatory properties. Emerging clinical data (including RCT’s) suggest that ivermectin may have an important clinical benefit across the spectrum of phases of the disease, i.e pre-exposure prophylaxis, postexposure prophylaxis, during the symptomatic phase and during the pulmonary phase. In the recommended dosages, Ivermectin is remarkably safe. Additional studies are urgently required to confirm the very impressive preliminary findings. - Dr. Paul Marik...

Four Stages of Covid-19:

Stage 1 Prophylaxis - BEFORE we are infected, until virus infects and incubates
Stage 2: Early Symptoms - HOME CARE (hopefully, "home cure").
Stage 3: Early Pulmonary Phase - IN THE HOSPITAL
Stage 4: Late Pulmonary Phase - IN THE HOSPITAL


The covid-19 virus kills for three reasons:
1) hyper-coagulation of blood in the circulatory system.
2) hyper-inflammation and
3) high cholesterol in the circulatory system which causes fat in the lungs, which allows the virus to grow in the lungs which causes hypo-exemia.

This protocol attempts to reverse the symptoms caused by hyper-coagulation, hyper-inflammation, and high cholesterol to interfere as much as possible with the growth of the virus. It does this only with inexpensive medicines, widely available around the world, and which cause little or no side effects in the six days in which they are taken.

And it is meant to substitute the empty advice of the Center for Disease Control with a protocol that has been shown to work if it is started at the first symptoms of covid-19 infection. Time is of the essence. You cannot relax at home and do nothing, as the C.D.C. recommends (see the C.D.C. protocol below) You might be among the 80% that will recover spontaneously at home.... but you might also be among the 20% that get worse and must be hospitalized.

The percentage that will recover at home with Aspirin or Ibuprophen, plus Ivermectin is nearly 100%. There are no more per cents than 100. With this protocol you will recover at home in 48 hours. (100% recovery if treatment with aspirin + ivermectin is begun in the first three days of symptoms, in the experience of many Australian, Latin American, Asian, and now, some American Doctors.)

And take vitamins, zinc, melatonin, etc. too, for good measure. But ASPIRIN + IVERMECTIN will cure 100% of patients with early symptoms, in 48 hours (in the experience of Dr. Vicente de la Torre, and many other South American doctors.)

Ivermectin is also an incredibly effective prophylactic. An excellent "vaccine" might be whatever the large pharmaceuticals are trying to develop, with 12 mgs. ivermectin in the injectable. "Show them the left hand, and do the trick with the right hand."

It is time for all American and European doctors to finally be given correct advice. Covid-19 is EASY TO PREVENT, and EASY TO CURE at home. This protocol gives correct advice ("according to Ellis") to PREVENT ever getting covid-19... or, in case you still get sick, correct advice to CURE YOURSELF AT HOME before you have to go to a hospital!

Dr. Vicente de la Torre wrote: "Ellis, Peru approved the use of ivermectin for the treatment and prophylaxis of Covid-19. You and I have always recommended it, and now we know we have been right."

PROPHYLAXIS ("Avoid a disease")

While there is only some limited data, the following “cocktail” may have a role in the prevention/mitigation of COVID-19 disease. This cocktail is cheap, safe, and widely available.

LOW DOSE ASPIRIN, 81 or 100 mgs, EVERY DAY (enteric coated or regular aspirin is suggested at this stage, unless it is contra-indicated.) **

Ivermectin, 12 mgs. once every three to eight weeks

• Vitamin C 500 mg twice per day.

• Vitamin D3, 1000-4000 ui per day [14-20]

• Zinc 75-100 mg / day (acetate, gluconate o picolinate). After one month, reduce dose to 30-50 mgs per day. [1,6-9]

• Melatonin (slow release): start with 0.3 mg and increase to 2 mgs. toleration at night. [10-13]

• Optional: Omeprazol, Famotidine, or Cimetidine [21] [1,8-12]

• Optional: Fenofibrate, fat or obese persons can lower cholesterol for a better prognosis vs. covid-19.


*** NOTE: Ivermectin seems to inhibit covid-19 for several weeks. Many doctors in South America recommend ivermectin as a prophylactic every three to eight weeks. The risk of side effects are almost zero, so there is nothing to lose and much to gain.

The principal aim of the home protocol (hopefully "home cure") is to deal with the unique symptoms caused by the coronavirus, especially blood coagulation, general inflammation, and an increase of cholesterol and buildup of fat in the lungs.

We need to counter the symptoms to give the body time to clear the virus without going into respiratory failure, and to transform it into something far less serious: something like the common cold.  

80% of persons who catch the virus and develop symptoms will recover at home, even if they do not take any medication, even if they follow the Bad Advice ("do nothing... take Tylenol") being pushed by the C.D.C. and given by many doctors.

But 20% of them will get so sick by doing nothing that they will have to be hospitalized. And about 5% of those who are hospitalized will die.

But none of those who can be cured at home with the proper treatment, which I think is this protocol, will have to be hospitalized, so none of them will die!

I have reason to believe that this protocol reduces the probability of the disease progresssing to need hospitalization. But this also depends on your taking quick action. Do not waste time. Time is of the essence. Have the medicines and vitamins that these 7 doctors have found to be very effective at home near you.

Consult with a doctor and take aspirin, ibuprophen, and fenofibrate immediately, on the first day you have symptoms. Do not wait for the result of tests to prove that you are positive to start treatment. And Do NOT take paracetamol (Tylenol) Tylenol does nothing to combat hyper-inflammation nor hyper-coagulation. You must take aspirin, or ibuprophen. Get a prescription and take ivermectin which the F.D.A. says is "off label" as soon as you can. Off label, or on label, it blocks or reverses the growth of the virus in one or two days.


Aspirin 325 - 6000 mg / 6 days (non-enteric coated aspirin, for maximum absorption and quick onset... unless aspirin is contra-indicated) (aspirin is anti-agglomerate, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory) (Note: Tylenol (paracetamol, acetaminophen) is not the correct medicine for covid-19, because paracetamol is NOT anti-agglomerate, nor anti-inflammatory)

Ivermectin 2 x 6 mg for two days [22,23] (interferes with the virus's ability to replicate) see Dr. Johnny Tavarez Capellan, YouTube, in Spanish

• Ibuprofen 200 mg x 2 per day for 6 days (note: take 8 hours before or after aspirin)

• Fenofibrate, 160 - 200 mg for 6 days (lowers cholesterol and fat in the blood and in the lungs, thus interferes with covid-19 ability to reproduce.) [ see:]

• take any anti-flu, to avoid sneezing and coughing, which might spread the virus.

• Vitamin C 500 mg two times per day

• Vitamin D3, 4000 ui per day

• Zinc 75-100 mg / day

• Melatonin 6-12 mg at night (the optimum dose is unknown)

• Optional: Omeprazol, famotidine, or Cimetidine, because they are gastro-intestinal protective, and they might prevent cytokine storms. [21]

• In symptomatic patients, monitoring with home pulse oximetry is recommended. Ambulatory desaturation < 94% should prompt hospital admission. [29]

note: Dr. Vicente de la Torre (Guayaquil, Ecuador) gives his patients three 500 mgs aspirin for two days, and 2 pills of ivermectin for two days... Then he tells his patients who have recovered from covid-19 to continue to take aspirin for 20 more days, after they have recovered.

Dr. Vicente de la Torre's hypothesis is that low dose aspirin (81 or 100 mgs) acts almost as if it is a "vaccine" against covid-19 because it prevents blood clots and inflammation, thus avoiding that the virus should find fertile ground in our blood. There are currently studies to prove or disprove whether this hypothesis is correct.

Currently, there is no vaccine for covid-19... And if there ever will be a vaccine, it might not be 100% effective... and it will take several months for your body to build up anti-bodies... and you might need a booster after a few months... and it will take many years before enough vaccines are produced to end the pandemic all over the world.

So THE BEST vaccine at this time is the theme of this protocol: "Don't get sick... but IF you do get sick, cure yourself at home before you have to be hospitalized."

Three core pathologic processes lead to multi-organ failure and death in COVID-19:

1) Hyper-inflammation (“Cytokine storm”) – a dysregulated immune system whose cells infiltrate and damage multiple organs, namely the lungs, kidneys, and heart. It is now widely accepted that covid-19 causes aberrant T lymphocyte and macrophage activation resulting in a “cytokine storm.” [85,92,94,96,97,105,108,110-115]

2)Hyper-coagulability (increased clotting) – the dysregulated immune system damages the endothelium and activates blood clotting, causing the formation of micro and macro blood clots. Clotting activation may occur directly due to increased expression of Factor Xa as well as endothelial injury with the release of large aggregates of van Willebrand factor. These bloodclots impair blood flow. [38-47,118,119,138,139]

3)Severe Hypoxemia (low blood oxygen levels) – lung inflammation caused by the cytokine storm, together with microthrombosis in the pulmonary circulation severely impairs oxygen absorption resulting in oxygenation failure.

“We have had ZERO success intubating patients. Try to avoid intubation if at all possible to avoid mechanical lesions of the ventilator." - Dr. Paul Marik


The four ingredients: aspirin (reduces coagulation, reduces inflammation), ibuprofin (reduces coagulation, reduces inflammation), ivermectin (interferes with the virus' ability to reproduce which increases blood oxygen saturation), and fenofibrate (reduces cholesterol and triglicerides and fat in the lungs, thus it interferes with the virus's ability to cause a cytokin storm) have each demonstrated that they are very effective in the early treatment of home treatment of covid-19. They are inexpensive and sold over the counter without a prescription in most countries, (and if you need a prescription, get one from a doctor.)

Note: This protocol has not been proven by clinical trials. I cannot wait for clinical trials to suggest a protocol which I have reason to believe will save lives and is correct by observation. I do not take credit for the science behind the recommendations. I only gathered them and put them together in one protocol, following the insurance principles of "Risk Management": What does coronavirus do, and how can I lessen or eliminate the risk? In any case, if it doesn't work, it won't do harm. Bad advice (eg, "Tylenol") by doctors and mistaken protocols from the W.H.O. and the C.D.C. have surely caused that many patients who could have been cured in their homes, went on to hospitals, where some of them died.

"The systematic failure of critical care systems to adopt corticosteroid therapy resulted from the published recommendations against corticosteroids use by the World Health Organization (WHO) [151,152]. This recommendation was then perpetuated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American Thoracic Society (ATS), Infectious Diseases Association of America (IDSA) amongst others." - Dr. Paul Marik

"Home cure" is a quaint, informal term that I use to show optimism that this protocol will save lives.

But these are in fact only four promising "treatments" that I hope will cure the patient before he is hospitalized, thus it will reduce the fatality rate. It might not cure everybody, but I hope it will cure YOU and ME, if we catch covid-19. - Ellis Toussier

Why does this protocol work well?

Dr. Paul Marik says: "it is likely that there will not be a single “magic bullet” to treat COVID-19. Rather, we should be using multiple drugs/interventions that have synergistic and overlapping biological effects that are safe, cheap and “readily” available."

According to Dr. Vicente de la Torre, aspirin alone, can probably cure us of covid-19.
According to Dr. Maria Barrientos, ibuprophen alone, can probably cure us of covid-19.
According to Dr. Jhonny Tavarez Capellan, ivermectin alone, can probably cure us of covid-19.
According to Professor Yaacov Nahmias, fenofibrate alone, can probably cure us of covid-19.

So that is FOUR "magic bullets" any ONE of which can probably cure us when we have the first symptoms of covid-19 . Blocking the virus' ability to function, is the key to home cure COVID-19.

(Note: Ideally, fasting blood glucose should be about 90 mg/dl)

** (note: Aspirin is anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, and anti-coagulation. When taken as a "prophylactic" even BEFORE and DURING the incubation stage of covid-19, it perhaps prevents tiny blood clots from forming in the blood, that would later travel to the lungs in the feared "cytokine storm."

Aspirin, however, can cause bleeding, for which reason it is contra-indicated in persons with gastritis, bleeding ulcer, or who are allergic to aspirin.

Consult with your doctor whether you can take low dose aspirin every day to prevent covid-19.

In patients less than 65 years of age, fatality rate of low dose aspirin is less than 0.5%, and in patients above the age of 75 it is about 1.5%. Therefore, the risk of dying from taking daily low dose aspirin, is less than the risk of not taking low dose aspirin and dying from coronavirus.

NOTE: TYLENOL (paracetamol, or acetaminophen) IS NOT WHAT DOCTORS SHOULD RECOMMEND TO PATIENTS WITH SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19. Tylenol is not actually a POISON, but it is the wrong medicine for a doctor to recommend, at the wrong time. It makes the patient think that he is getting better when in fact he is getting worse. It relieves the fever and the discomfort, while blood thickens and inflammation gets worse. The patient FEELS BETTER at a critical moment when time is of the essence to block the action of the virus. He should be taking aspirin, which combats blood aglomeration and inflammation. Tylenol disguises the symptoms of fever and pain, and so patient FEELS BETTER as the disease (blood coagulation and inflammation) advances in the patient's body. TYLENOL DOES NOT THIN THE BLOOD, NOR IS IT AN ANTI-INFLAMMATORY. And so, the disease advances!


This is the INCORRECT advice of the C.D.C. about what to do in case you have symptoms of covid-19 (accessed on Sept 13, 2020)
"Stay home except to get medical care. Most people with COVID-19 have mild illness and can recover at home without medical care. Do not leave your home, except to get medical care. Do not visit public areas. Separate yourself from other people.
Take care of yourself. Get rest and stay hydrated. Take over-the-counter medicines, such as acetaminophen ("Tylenol") to help you feel better. Stay in touch with your doctor. Call before you get medical care. Be sure to get care if you have trouble breathing, or have any other emergency warning signs, or if you think it is an emergency. Avoid public transportation, ride-sharing, or taxis."

In other words, the CDC teaches doctors to tell patients who have the first symptoms of covid-19 to wait and do nothing: "isolate, get rest and stay hydrated. Take Tylenol, to help you FEEL BETTER. If you get worse, then go to the hospital!!!"

This is the bad advice that DOCTORS have learned to tell their patients, until now.

So, some of them get very sick and end up in a hospital, where some of them might die.

This is TERRIBLE ADVICE from the C.D.C. It is null advice. In the words of Dr. John Campbell, "it amounts to negligence." Nothing that they recommend actually helps the patient to recover, and they lose valuable time to DO something to reverse inflammation and blood clots. "Acetaminophen" (Tylenol) is NOT what you should take at home. You should take ASPIRIN, or Ibuprophen, and ivermectin and fenofibrate!!! Ask your doctor to prescribe ivermectin.


Question: Is hydroxychloroquine plus zinc plus azithromycin better as a prophylactic for doctors and front line workers than Aspirin + Ivermectin + Fenofibrate + Ibuprophen ?

I asked this question to Dr. Vicente de la Torre. He answered as follows:

"In normal doses for malaria (2 tablets per day for six days) and much more in the dose for treatment of covid-19 (2 tablets per day for 10 days) hydroxychloroquine produces alterations in the QT complex of an Electrocardiogram. When the QT complex is altered, this means that the passage of blood has SLOWED DOWN. This can even result in a heart attack!

Every cardiologist knows that in doses for malaria, hydroxichloroquine CAN KILL... and in doses for COVID-19 IT KILLS MUCH MORE!

Your protocol is excellent as it is. Do not change anything."

Doctor Vicente de la Torre - Guayaquil, Ecuador

Dr. Paul Marik says "Not recommended: Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ). The use of HCQ is extremely controversial. [33] The best scientific evidence to date suggest that HCQ has no proven benefit for post exposure prophylaxis, for the early symptomatic phase and in hospitalized patients. [34-39] It should be noted that these studies did not include Zinc, and it is possible that the efficacy of HCQ requires the co-administration of Zinc. [40,41] However, considering the unique pharmacokinetics of HCQ, it is unlikely that HCQ is of benefit (takes about 10 days to achieve adequate plasma and lung concentrations).[42-44] The benefit derived from the co-administration of Zinc may be due to the effects of zinc alone. "

YouTube - Dr. John Campbell: "Hydroxichloroquine Studies"

YouTube - "Cardiac risks of hydroxichloroquine to treat Covid-19 "


Download a Microsoft Word .doc document suitable for printing of essential Prophilaxis and Home Cure :

============== FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ==============

What is better to use, Aspirin, or Ibuprophen? Or should I take both ?

Aspirin and Ibuprophen are very similar in what they do to combat the virus. They both reverse aglomeration of blood and they both fight inflammation. (and like Tylenol, they both also lower fever, and fight pain... but this is not important to fight the virus) But they probably are a bit different, and perhaps one is better for you than the other... So I recommend, take them both, but take them with at least three hours separation.

Why don't you recommend an antibioltic?
I don't recommend an antibiotic because you will not need an antibiotic if you are cured in the first 6 days after having the first symptoms of covid-19. You only need an antibiotic (consult with a doctor) if you get an upper respiratory tract infection after contracting covid-19... and that should not happen if you are cured with aspirin + ivermectin very soon.

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interview with Drs. Jean-Jacques and Juliana Rajter about Ivermectin:

interview with Dr. Thomas Borody about Ivermectin: Ivermectin Treatment Dr. Thomas Borody

Dr. Paul Marik: Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine; Eastern Virginia Medical School EVMS Critical Care Covid-19 Protocol.pdf

Dr. Vicente de la Torre: surgeon, neumologist, epidemiologist; Guayaquil, Ecuador
(1) YouTube (in Spanish) . . (2) YouTube (in Spanish)

Dr. Jhonny Tavarez Capellan: neumologist; Dominican Republic YouTube (in Spanish)

Dr. Gustavo Zubieta: Director of High Altitude Pulmonary and Pathology Institute; La Paz, Bolivia YouTube (in Spanish)

Dra. Maria Barrientos: microbiology, pharmacology, biochemistry; El Salvador YouTube (in Spanish

Dr. John Campbell: Accident and Emergency Nurse Teacher; England YouTube (in English)

Prof. Yaacov Nahamias, Hebrew University of Jerusalem see:]

Ellis Toussier, Insurance Agent in Mexico, wrote this protocol using principles of Risk Management.

Ivermectin Videos:
Ivermectin to Treat Hospitalized Patients with COVID-19:
IVERCAR (Ivermectin and Carrageenan Prophylaxis):
Ivermectin Inhibits RNA Dependent RNA Polymerase
Ivermectin Post-Exposure Prophylaxis:
Ivermectin Prophylaxis For COVID-19:
Ivermectin and Doxycycline To Treat Mild to Moderate COVID-19:
Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, and Azithromycin for Hospitalized COVID-19 patients:
Ivermectin and new mechanism; halting thrombi through inhibition of CD147:
ICON Trial:
Clinical Trial on Ivermectin (data may be falsified):
In Vitro on Ivermectin for COVID-19, 99.99% Decrease in Viral Load:
Ivermectin+Doxycyline Compared to Hydroxychloroquine+Azithromycin for COVID-19:

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About me: My name is Ellis Toussier, I am an insurance agent in Mexico. I put together this protocol using the principles of "Risk Management". I studied what happens with coronavirus, then I studied how to lower or eliminate the risk. I am not a doctor. However, I learn medicine from many good doctors on the internet, and then I teach what I learned to other good doctors. Here I give you what I have learned from 7 great doctors in the hope that it might help to save lives. I hope you find it useful.

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