by The Vigilant Fox
August 17, 2023
from VigilantNews Website


"Of all the harmful misinformation spread over the past couple of years, one of the most disturbing false narratives was targeted at the Nobel-Prize-winning, human medicine ivermectin," expressed filmmaker Mikki Willis in his ground-breaking documentary titled, The Truth About Ivermectin.

Ivermectin is,

"one of the safest and most effective medicines of this era. A medicine that, according to the numerous top scientists I've interviewed... could have ended the pandemic before it began."

But Ivermectin is "horse dewormer," the media said.

"It could put you in a coma"...


"It can kill you," pundits warned...

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But is this actually true?


Popular podcaster Greg Hunter, aka USA Watchdog, asked Dr. Pierre Kory, one of the world's leading experts on Ivermectin, straight-up,

"Can I OD (overdose) on Ivermectin if I get two or three times the [standard] dose.


Can I kill myself?"




Dr. Kory's answer blew Greg Hunter's mind

"Let me answer scientifically.


So there is a world-famous toxicologist named Jacques Descotes, and he's French. And two years ago, he was commissioned to do a scoping review of the entire data on the safety of Ivermectin in its history.


And his conclusion after doing this comprehensive review is that he does not believe that there has been one single case of anyone dying from an Ivermectin overdose."


Prof. Jacques Descotes


"Oh, Lord," reacted Greg Hunter.


"How many pills have been given worldwide? I heard 4 billion, but it must be more than that."


"Over 4 billion," Dr. Kory confirmed.


"Now, people have died where the deaths were reported as caused by Ivermectin. But when he [Prof. Jacques Descotes] reviewed those cases, he didn't think those arguments [were] credible."

Let's dive deeper into Prof. Descotes' analysis:






But first, a quick look at his impressive credentials.

"Pr. Jacques Descotes, MD, PharmD, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Claude Bernard University of Lyon (France), [is] a world-known toxicologist with a 40-year track [record] as an independent consultant for the pharmaceutical industry as well as an advisor to regulatory bodies worldwide," BusinessWire wrote.

In March 2021, he conducted a review of Ivermectin's safety profile based on over 350 articles - plus accessible web sources.


Here are his conclusions:

"Ivermectin has been administered orally to hundreds of millions of people throughout the world in the past three decades.


The assessment of reported adverse events temporally associated with Ivermectin exposure shows that Ivermectin-induced adverse effects have so far been infrequent and usually mild to moderate.


"It is noteworthy that no deaths have seemingly ever been reported after an accidental or suicidal overdose of Ivermectin.


No greater toxicity of Ivermectin has been substantiated in elderly people despite repeated assertions that an ageing blood-brain barrier might lead to increased Ivermectin toxicity level.


The positive clinical experience accumulated with Ivermectin administration led many medical experts to break away from early adamant contra-indications in pregnant women.


Finally, several national pharmacovigilance networks around the world released information and opinions to ascertain Ivermectin safety in human subjects.


So far, there are no critical safety limitations to Ivermectin prescription in current indications.


I also want to point out that no severe adverse event has been reported in dozens of completed or ongoing studies involving thousands of participants worldwide to evaluate the efficacy of Ivermectin against COVID-19."




Astonishing. So what would it take to overdose on Ivermectin?

"In order to overdose from Ivermectin, you have to take either a hundred or a thousand times the standard dose," declared Dr. Kory.



"And there have been accidental poisonings where people have taken large amounts.


But you know what happens every time?


When they take these massive amounts of Ivermectin, it tends to affect them neurologically. They'll get confused. They might be stumbling - uncoordinated.


They go to the hospital, and there's no treatment required. But within days, the patients return to normal.


So, there's been no life-ending injuries. No deaths reported with Ivermectin. So, that shows you why it's one of the safest drugs in history, even at massive overdoses.

Greg Hunter's full interview with Dr. Pierre Kory is available to watch in the video below: