They say say chloroquine has an effect on co-vid 19 but I tried to
research whether quinine bisulfate would work.
Whatever way I phrase it every answer only mentions chloroquine and
nothing on quinine bisulfate as if it does not exist
IIRC quinine is the natural stuff, made from the bark of the cinchona
tree. I think that it can have unpleasant side effects, and that
chloroquine has fewer so is preferred. More here, but I've not read it
See "Actions and Spectrum". There is no mention of a
similar mechanism that Chloroquine achieves.
The way COVID-19 hijacks a vacuole is shown in this article.
( https://arstechnica.com/science/2020/03/covid-19-the-biology-of-an-effective-therapy/ )
Perhaps try following up the Refs in Table 1, for the
ones you're interested in.
From a dosage perspective, quinine isn't very safe.
Chloroquine hangs around in the body for 30 days. If
you had symptoms of COVID-19 and tests verified it,
it's like a single tablet would be your whole course of
treatment. The idiots hoarding these things, could be
taking them in prophylactic style (one a month, forever).
Long term use of Chloroquine degrades eyesight.
In the NIH article, even chloroquine is fading from view,
as malaria become resistant to the various drugs. The drugs
are used in combinations now, one drug being fast acting
(and taking out many of the pests), the second drug working
over the longer term to suppress the survivors.
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