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Updated: Nov 20, 2020

Here is a great list of supplements to use during the corona virus outbreak. It is from Andy himself. Posted here with the permission of Joann Loos. Thank you Joann!

During the 2003 SARS scare, Andy (Andrew Hall Cutler) gave a list of supplements to help control viruses. These supplements should work for the corona virus as well as general colds and flus. (These are adult doses. To convert to children’s doses, divide by 140 and multiply by the child’s weight.)


· Echinacea: 200-400 mg, 5 days per month

· Astragalus: 300-500 mg, a different 5 days per month than echinacea

· Vitamin A:

o If you are a fertile woman who is not sterilized: 10,000 IU per day

o All others: 25,000-50,000 IU per day

· Vitamin C (buffered): 1 gram 4 times a day

· Zinc: 50 mg per day

If you are exposed or sick:

· Echinacea and astragalus: 200-400 mg for 5 days

· Vitamin C (buffered): 1 gram every hour or two for duration

· Vitamin A: for sterile women, and other people (do not take if pregnant)

o Day 1: 1,000,000 IU

o Day 2-7: 250,000 IU

o Day 8- onward: back to regular dose

· Zinc: 50 mg 4 times a day for 2 weeks

· Olive Leaf Extract: 500 mg 2 time per day (may interact with blood pressure medications)

· St. John’s Wort: 300 mg, 3 times a day

· Inositol: 10 grams per day for 2-3 days, then 5 grams per day thereafter

· Elderberry extract: 1-2 tablespoons liquid, 3 to 4 times a day. You can take more if you wish


o Males: 300-400 mg with meals

o Females: as much as you can stand up to above dosage without excessive libido, feeling

icky, or getting chin hairs or oily skin. 7-keto DHEA does not cause these problems

· Licorice extract: 450 mg, 3 times a day

· Lots of water

© 2020 Joann Loos

As with all supplements try them out first to see if you tolerate them.

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Rebecca Lee
Rebecca Lee
Mar 19, 2020

Somebody already asked me this. If this was a typo. This document was put together by Andy’s girlfriend Joann. She found the info on if it is a typo it is one Andy made himself. Joann stands by the one millions iu figure. She says that is what he said and it is only for one day. That said, you have to go by what your own body tells you is right for you.


Pedro J Leal
Pedro J Leal
Mar 19, 2020

Hello Rebecca,

  1. Thank you very much for your advice.

  2. I only wanted to tell you that I think it is possible the maximum dose of vitamin A stablished in the article in 1.000.000 IU could be 100.000 IU instead, as I've seen in AI Book.

  3. Will you please confirm it?

  4. Thank you again.

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