Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he’s taking Joe Rogan’s advice and using Ivermectin to treat his Lyme disease. Rodgers was diagnosed with chronic tick-borne illness last year, which caused him to miss all of training camp in 2018. His current treatment plan is working wonders for the football player, but it has also left some serious side effects that are causing discomfort not just on game days but during off time as well. Experts say that while the decision should be up to each individual patient, they hope more athletes will follow suit by using these types of medication management plans including Prazosin (Minipress) or doxycycline (Doryx).
Aaron Rodgers, the Green Bay Packers’ quarterback, has been taking Joe Rogan’s advice on treating COVID. He is also using Ivermectin to help with his condition. Read more in detail here: is tom brady vaccinated.
(WCCO) MINNEAPOLIS — Aaron Rodgers, the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, spoke out on Friday about his recent COVID-19 diagnosis and allegations that he routinely broke NFL COVID-19 guidelines for unvaccinated athletes.
Rodgers maintained he did not lie about being “immunized” against COVID-19 during his original news conference during an appearance on the Pat McAfee Show.
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Rodgers “got a homeopathic treatment from his own doctor to increase his antibody levels,” according to NFL.com. According to ESPN, Rodgers requested that a “alternative therapy” he had be counted as being properly vaccinated, but the league declined his request.
He also said that he is allergic to Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, which is one of the reasons he did not get the immunization. He said he made a decision that is best for his body.
On the @PatMcAfeeShow, Aaron Rodgers said that he did not lie in his original news conference when he stated that he was inoculated. He said that he did not get the inoculation since he is allergic to the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
November 5, 2021 — Kayla Burton (@Kay Breezy22)
“Other people will appreciate it, and some people will despise it,” Rodgers added.
Following his positive COVID-19 test, Rodgers was said to be “furious” that his vaccination status had been revealed.
“I’m neither a vaccine skeptic or a flat-earther. I’m allergic to one of the ingredients in the mRNA vaccinations. To defend myself, I developed a long-term vaccination strategy, and I’m quite proud of the research that went into it.” #PatMcAfeeShowLIVE @AaronRodgers12 pic.twitter.com/FDMmI5rZmO
November 5, 2021 — Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow)
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Rodgers denied breaching COVID-19 regulations, claiming that he followed all of them except the one about wearing a mask on a platform in front of media, which he claims is not based on science.
“It makes no sense to me when everyone in the room is vaccinated and wearing a mask,” Rogers said.
Rodgers claims he’s treating the virus with ivermectin, a medicine that has no proof of being a safe or effective therapy for COVID-19, as advised by prominent podcaster Joe Rogan. In addition, he uses monoclonal antibodies, zinc, vitamins C and D, and “HCQ,” or hydroxychloroquine.
Because of a positive COVID-19 test, the experienced quarterback will miss Sunday’s game. Jordan Love, the backup quarterback, will start for the first time in his career on Sunday.
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Consider the following options for celebrating the royal wedding of King Ludwig I and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen in the City of Angels on and around this very German holiday, which began two centuries ago in Munich to appropriately commemorate the royal wedding of King Ludwig I and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen. Party like a Bavarian!
Alpine Village Oktoberfest 833 W Torrance Blvd, Torrance, CA 90502 (310) 327-4384 http://alpinevillagecenter.com/oktoberfest/ Date: From now till October 27, 2018 at 12 a.m. Alpine Village’s Oktoberfest matches those held over the water in the old country, and is billed as Southern California’s oldest Oktoberfest festival. Enjoy Bavarian traditions such as traditional cuisine, German beers created by Warsteiner, and all the wonderful taps of this delightful celebration. Do you know how to pronounce oom pah pah?
Oktoberfest DTLA (213) 847-4970 www.oktoberfestdtla.com Pershing Square 532 S. Olive Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 847-4970 Dates: Sunday, October 20th and Monday, October 21st, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. Music, food, and, of course, beer—including the finest from local brewers as well as Germany’s Paulaner, which is a huge thing at Oktoberfest. On a weekend when sampling is the ideal strategy, dine on everything hardy, up to and including classic bratwurst. The event is free to attend.
Oktoberfest Wurstküche 625 Lincoln Blvd., Venice, CA 90291 (213) 687-4444 Wurstküche Restaurant https://www.wurstkuche.com/#oktoberfest-section Occasions: October 2018 at 4 p.m., on several dates. There are vegetarian bratwursts, kielbasas, and Italian links on the menu, as well as sausages from artisanal butchers topped with sautéed sweet peppers, sauerkraut, or both. The Munich Boom-Steiners provide the entertainment, and the dress code requires you to wear in your finest Bavarian garb, with lederhosen and dirndl skirts at the top of the sartorial list. Oh, and hone your yodeling skills. In the spirit of the event, you could be asked to show off.