Anti-COVID vaxxer and “pro-life” activist Abby Johnson is now selling debunked treatments for COVID on her website, “The Real Deal of Parenting.”
Johnson’s website claims Seven Cells products are an “early and preventative treatment of the COVID virus,” but quickly adds: “This is in no way medical advice.”
Johnson’s website goes on to tell how these products somehow helped Johnson and website co-founder Regan Long recover from COVID-19:
Ivermectin is a popular livestock dewormer that does not treat COVID, according to its manufacturer, Merck and the New England Journal of Medicine. Nitaoxanide is an anti-parasitic medication (like Ivermectin) that was advocated by the right wing Brazilian government, but debunked by medical professionals, noted Science.
Medscape reports that Methylprednisolone (corticosteroid) should only be used for some patients if dexamethasone (corticosteroid) is unavailable. However, these medications are only recommended by the NIH for “hospitalized patients with COVID-19 disease who are receiving either invasive mechanical ventilation or oxygen alone, but not among those receiving no respiratory support.”
Azithromycin is an antibiotic used for treating bacterial infections, while COVID is a virus. MedlinePlus (a government site) states: “Antibiotics such as azithromycin will not work for colds, flu, or other viral infections.”
Seven Cells sells these prescription medications online by charging customers a $35 consultation fee and a $35 pack consult fee.
(Sources: Merck, Science, The Real Deal of Parenting, Medscape, MedlinePlus, Seven Cells, Seven Cells, Vice)