Ivermectin (Brand names: Soolantra, Sklice, Stromectol) is an anti-parasite medication prescribed for the treatment of infections caused by roundworms, threadworms, and other parasites. Ivermectin works by killing certain parasites in your body that cause infection.
Ivermectin is being studied and tested as a possible treatment of COVID-19, but its efficacy has not been proven. The generic and brand version are available in the U.S. and at accredited international online pharmacies. People can easily save money on ivermectin 3 mg by comparing ivermectin prices at Canadian and international online pharmacies with discount prices available at U.S. pharmacies. Ivermectin sold in the U.S. is manufactured in Ireland and Canada.
Ivermectin is an anti-parasite drug that is used to treat a roundworm infection called threadworm. It is also sometimes used to treat head lice, scabies and other parasite infections. A recent online report in the Antiviral Research Journal indicates that ivermectin quickly prevented SARS-CoV-2 from replicating. The study is still considered “pre-proof,” meaning it is not finalized for publication yet. However, researchers have suggested ivermectin may kill the COVID-19 virus within 48 hours in a petri dish. This data from the lab, although hopeful, would still need to be proven in human studies. It is important to note that the safety and efficacy of ivermectin to treat coronavirus has not been declared by the FDA at this time.
The total price includes shipping fees which typically cover an entire order, making it more economical to purchase multiple medications in the same order.
U.S. government officials have stated that individuals who order non-controlled prescription drugs from Canada or other foreign sources (up to a three-month supply) for their own use are not being pursued or prosecuted - although it is technically not legal for individuals to import most prescription drugs. The U.S FDA regulates the safety and efficacy of medications sold in U.S. pharmacies. Medications dispensed from outside the U.S. are regulated for safety and efficacy by pharmaceutical/pharmacy regulatory authorities in other countries. Read how regulations may differ by country.