December 4, 2020 Showing our Readers The TRUTH

The Unspoken Dangers of the Corona Virus Outbreak

The Unspoken Dangers of the Corona Virus Outbreak:
It WILL affect you, whether you believe it or not.

Whether or not Covide19 (aka the Novel Corona Virus) breaks out in the United States or not, we are still headed for a major situation here in the United States. The doom most don’t realize is already here. Our dependence on outsourced manufacturing looks to be our downfall.

The US is wholly dependent on China for a wide selection of prescription drugs (including those shown to be effective in treating this disease). The nation of China has literally thousands of drug manufacturers with numerous small factories located throughout the nation. While China accounts for 70% of the production market, the remaining drug companies heavily rely on them to supply the necessary raw materials for production of their own medical products.

Does your drug contain acetaminophen? China is the world’s number one supplier. Do you take Vitamin C? China produces over 90% of it. Tetracycline? 90%.

In the early 2000s, China’s government subsidized drug production, undercutting American manufacturers. So these big US corporations simply laid off workers and shifted production to the East.

Johnson & Johnson cut close to 13k jobs, Pfizer laid off 2k researchers. GlaxoSmithKline has more than 2000 employees in China. All the big names are tied to China — Roche, Novartis, Merck, Eli Lily and many more. So even if a big American drug company produces your meds, chances are good disruptions in the supply chain are going to cause problems.

With thousands of deaths, entire cities under quarantine, and harsher inspection of materials being imported from China – there is no question that we are headed towards shortages and supply delays. In the coming months, possibly years millions of Americans could experience significant delays in getting their prescription drugs.

And it’s not just meds. China manufactures a number of drug related products like bottles, needles and pumps. And some of the drugs aren’t going to be manufactured elsewhere because China has exclusive manufacturing agreements. Sadly many of these agreements are binding for drugs that assist with anesthesia, cancer and even HIV/AIDS.

Even if you were to gear up factories in other countries less affected like India, Bangladesh, Pakistan or Vietnam, you still need a wide variety of raw materials to be supplied from China.

(A list of Chinese Produced Medications will be listed at the end of this article for your reference.)

Another item looming on the horizon due to the outbreak? A shortage of surgical masks. 

Now this may seem trivial but it’s anything but. Surgical masks are a staple for the medical community and a necessity for those in operating rooms across the country. Most people believe that masks in surgery are used to protect the patient from the hospital staff. It’s actually the opposite in most cases. Masks are used as protective devices to keep the staff safe from surgical contamination. Because of this hospitals use thousands of these masks per week, and where are they produced? You guessed it, only one factory for surgical masks lies within our borders. The rest, China.

So what happens if masks become unavailable? Then hospitals are forced to make a difficult decision; A) ask workers to operate without the safety and protection offered by a mask, opening themselves up to massive legal liability. Or B) Halt all non-life threatening surgery until more masks become available.

It’s a major issue that must be addressed by hospital staff moving forward. At the same time, it’s good for you to be aware of as well.  

I urge you, take a look at your current situation and honestly assess your preparedness and self-reliance. Do you have a medication that you absolutely need to survive? Can you afford get a 90 day or larger supply? Can you ask your doctor to increase your dosage and then take the original dosage to build a buffer? 

We are headed for difficult times. Be ready. Have the items and more importantly, the information that you need to overcome what could be the darkest moments of our generation. 

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Please, prepare now – and help others open their eyes to the danger as well. Feel free to share this post with friends and family to help them better understand the danger.

For your reference, here’s a list of medicines that are made in China. Others may also be affected, but our research shows these are the most likely to suffer from supply delays and shortages;

Aciclovir – (Zovirax) – antiviral drug

Advair – asthma medicine

Adrenaline Hcl – treatment for cardiac arrest

Albendazole – treatment for worms

Alfuzosin – (Uroxatral) treatment for enlarged prostate

Allopurinol – gout treatment

Alprazolam – (Xanax) – treatment for anxiety disorders

Amikacin sulfate – treatment for bacterial infections

Aminophylline -treatment for cerebral ischemia

Amiodarone Hydrochloride – treatment for irregular heartbeat

Amlodipine – treats high blood pressure & angina

Ampicillin – antibiotic

Amodiaquine – treatment of malaria

Amoxicillin – antibiotic

Aniracetam – (Draganon, Sarpul, Ampamet) a cognition enhancer

Artemether – treats drug resistant malaria

Artesunate – malaria treatment

Artemether – treats malaria

Atenolol – high blood pressure medicine

Atropine – antidote against nerve agents

Avandia – (Avandia) treatment of diabetes

Budesonide – (Entocort) treatment of allergy & asthma

Bupropion (Wellbutrin) antidepressant

Calcifediol – treats vitamin D deficiency

Candesartan – (Blopress, Atacand, Amias, Ratacand) treats hypertension

Captopril – (Capoten, Inhibace) treatment for hypertension & congestive heart failure

Carbamazepine – treatment of epilepsy, ADD & ADHD

Carnosine – treatment for autism

Cefixime – antibiotic

Cefotaxime – (Claforan) antibiotic

Cefsulodin – also, cephalosporin – antibiotic

Cephalexin – (Keflex, Keftab) – antibiotic

Chloramphenicol – antibiotic

Chlorpheniramine Maleate – (Chlor-Trimeton, Piriton) Antihistamine

Chlorpromazine Hydrochloride – Nervous and blood disorders

Chloroquine Phosphate – treatment of malaria

Cilexetil – (Atacand) treats high blood pressure

Cilostazole – (Pletal) treats peripheral vascular disease

Cimetidine – (Tagamet) – heartburn treatment

Ciprofloxacin – (Cipro) – antibiotic & one of two effective treatments for anthrax exposure

Clomiphene Citrate – (Clomid, Serophene, Milophene) infertility treatment

Clopidogrel Bisulfate – (Plavix) treats coronary artery disease

Co-trimoxazole – (Septrin, Bactrim) antibiotic

Cloxacillin – antibiotic

Coreg – (Coreg) beta blocker that treats congestive heart failure

Cromoglicate – treats allergies and asthma

Cyclosporine – immunosuppressive drug

Cytisine – (Tabex) smoking cessation drug

Dexamethasone Acetate – anti-inflammatory steroid

Diclofenac Sodium – (Flector patch/Voltaren) – anti-inflammatory painkiller used to treat arthritis, acute injury and menstrual pain

Diosmin – hemorrhoid treatment

Diphenhydramine hydrochloride – (Benadryl) antihistamine

Doxycycline Hcl – (Vibramycin) – antibiotic

Enalapril – (Renitec, Vasotec) treatment of hypertension, chronic heart failure

Enoxacin – (Enroxil, Penetrex) antibiotic

Erythromycin – antibiotic

Famotidine – (Pepcid) antacid

Ferrous Sulfate – treatment for iron-deficiency anemia

Flucloxacillin – (Flopen, Floxapen) antibiotic

Fluconazole – (Diflucan, Trican) antifungal drug

Furosemide – (Lasix) diuretic for treating congestive heart failure

Frusemide – diuretic used to treat heart failure & edema

Flucloxacillin sodium – antibiotic

Gentamycin – antibiotic

Glibenclamide (Diabeta, Flynas, Micronase) anti-diabetic drug

Gliclazide – diabetes treatment

Griseofulvin – antifungal drug

Glyceryl Trinitrate – treatment of angina & heart disease

Hydrochlorothiazide – (Aquazide H, Dichlotride, Microzide, Oretic) diuretic

Human growth hormone – treatment of growth failure in children

Ibuprofen – anti-inflammatory painkiller

Imitrex – (Imatrex) migraine medicine

Indomethacin – anti-inflammatory painkiller

Ketoconazole – (Nizoral) antifungal drug

Lincomycin – antibiotic

Lamictal – treatment for epilepsy & bipolar disorder

Letrozole – treatment of breast cancerLipitor – (Lipitor) lowers cholesterol

Loratadine (Claritin, Lomilan, Clarinase, Alavert, AllergyX) antihistamine

Lovastatin- lowers cholesterol

Lumefantrine – treatment of malaria

Mebendazole – (Ovex, Vermox, Antiox, Pripsen) treatment for worms

Mefenamic Acid – (Ponstel, Ponstan) non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory painkiller

Meloxicam – (Mobic) non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory painkiller

Metamizole sodium (Analgin, Dipyrone, Novalgin) painkiller, fever-reducer

Methyldopa – (Aldomet, Dopamet, Novomedopa) antihypertensive drug

Metoclopramide – (Maxolon, Reglan, Degan, Maxeran, Primeran) anti-nausea drug

Metronidazole – treats infections

Moexipril – (Univasc) treatment of high blood pressure

Mycophenolate Mofetil – Immunosuppressive drug

Niclosamide – treats tapeworms

Nifedipine (Adalat, Nifedical, Procardia) treats hypertension, premature labor

Nitroglycerin – (Nitrospan, Nitrostat, Tridil) heart medication

Norfloxacin – antibiotic

Ofloxacin – (Floxin) antibiotic

Ondansetron – (Zofran) – nausea prevention for chemo patients

Orlistat – (Xenical) – obesity treatment

Oxandrolone – Synthetic anabolic steroid

Oxybutynin – treatment for incontinence

Oxymetholone – Synthetic anabolic steroid

Oxytetracycline – antibiotic

Paclitaxel – also taxol – cancer treatment

Paracetamol – also, acetaminophen – painkiller

Penicillin – antibiotic

Phenacetin – painkiller

Phenformin Hydrochloride – diabetes treatment

Prednisone – steroid

Promethazine Hydrochloride – (Phenergan, Romergan, Fargan, Avomine) antihistamine

Propranolol – (Inderal, Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici, InnoPran XL) hypertension treatment

Pyrimethamine – (Daraprim) antimalarial drug

Propecia – (Propecia) for prostate enlargement and hair loss

Quinine – malaria treatment

Ramipril – used to treat hypertension and congestive heart failure

Ranitidine Hydrochloride – (Zantac) antacid

Ribavirin – (Copegus, Rebetol, Ribashere, Vilona, Virazole) antiviral drug

Rifampicin+Isoniazid – malaria treatment

Ribavirin – (Copegus, Rebetol, Ribashere) antiviral drug

Rifampicin – antibiotic

Salbutamol – asthma, copd

Sibutramine – (Meridia) obesity treatment

Spironolactone – (Aldactone, Novo-Spiroton, Verospiron, Berlactone) diuretic

Streptomycin – antibiotic

Sucralfate – (Carafate) – treats ulcers & acid reflux disease

Sulfadiazine – antibiotic

Sulfamethoxazole – antibiotic

Sulfadoxine Pyrimethamine – treatment for malaria

Sulpiride – (Meresa, Sulpirid Ratiopharm) treatment of schizophrenia

Tamoxifen – breast cancer treatment

Tinidazole – (Tindamax, Fasigyn) anti-parasitic drug

Trandolapril – treatment of high blood pressure

Trimethoprim – antibiotic

Valaciclovir – (Valtrex) antiviral drug

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