Dosage Questions

Questions of Dosage

Nearly all the questions we receive are related to dosage, times per day to us the drugs, drug interactions, etc.. These questions are almost always answered at Brightwork Research Treatment Database.

See their article index for all the information that they cover.

No matter how many times we explain where the dosage resides (with Brightwork) we keep getting the same questions from people who pretend they have not read our explanation which is listed on each order page, and which has this article in the menu of the site titled Dosage Questions.

Brightwrok has a cancer dosage calculator based on many cancer studies and many articles explaining everything you need to know. This link will take you to the dosage calculators they offer. They have also researched dosage calculation and incorporated this research into their dosage calculators, which are customized to the individual. You can read about this in their this article (that is open to all) at The Problem With Dosage Calculators in Medicine.

We highly recommend subscribing to them, as they have other essential information about Ivermectin. They have the most information on Ivermectin overall and Ivermectin versus cancer. They explain its effect, the studies, etc — and they have an excellent cancer protocol. They also cover the effectiveness of all the conventional cancer treatments, and they have a recommended list of items to do that also help against cancer.

Understanding Our Different Roles in Your Health Improvement

We offer various drugs, but Brightwork has all the information on how to use Ivermectin, Fenbendazole, and Mebendazole versus cancer. For example, they tested the Ivermectin we carry for bioequivalence.

Why You Should Go to the Source

It’s not a good idea to have us answer questions for you that are answered in a much more comprehensive fashion on their website. Many people think that they don’t have to read articles or use calculators and they need information like dosage; however, in reality, several questions follow this, and there are many other important areas to understand. Brightwork has some of the most comprehensive coverage of any drug’s primary and related topics. It’s a great resource and a bad idea to try to save some money by not accessing their content. Do not look to us to fill in the gap if you decide not to subscribe.

Who Else is Offering You Dosage Information For Ivermectin, Fenbendazole, or Mebendazole?

No one who sells these items offers this information for free. We have prospective customers who say they want something but don’t appear to compare what is actually available in the market. The vast majority of those who sell these items don’t have any idea about using them for anything but antiparasitic medications.

What if You Don’t Want to Pay for a Subscription?

If you are asking us questions because you are not subscribing to Brightwork’s site because you don’t want to pay their subscription fee —but you still want the information— then you will have to do without their information.

A Comparison of Costs to Everyday Items

A Denny’s breakfast bill is $25 for one person, and it seems that $35 per month (we assume you eat out more than once a month) for all the information is much better than a meal or 1.3x a meal at Denny’s. We have been told that they will continue to eat out multiple times per week, but they will spend many hours searching the internet trying to circumvent subscribing to Brightwork’s site. That same person would never go into Denny’s and demand a free meal.

The Problem With Circumventing the Subscription

Tthere is no possible way for us to answer emails and cover the topics at their site. We can not properly represent all of the information on the website, and we only know a handful of the articles ourselves.