Get Ivermectin Through

Many people have experienced delays lately trying to obtain COVID meds Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and Ivermectin (IVM) through the America’s Frontline Doctors service  Unfortunately they’ve been so swamped, and the pharmacy they used was so inundated with requests, that getting prescriptions filled and in patients’ hands has been very frustrating for everyone.  I personally experienced this recently in trying to get HCQ through them.

I have alternative sources for getting prescriptions for these meds listed in this post on my blog:

This blog post shows the Zelenko Protocols for dosage:


As of September 30, 2021 I have new information that may be helpful.

I went to the Push Health website to obtain Ivermectin:

They have a brief medical questionnaire to fill out which asks what you want.  I was able to specifically request Ivermectin as a prophylaxis (for preventive treatment).  Once I paid for a “doctor consult” I could choose my pharmacy.

I chose Honey Bee Health as a telemedicine provider which delivers via mail:


The same day, within a couple hours, I received an email from this pharmacy, which had already been sent the doctor prescription.  I paid for the meds and could choose how quickly I wanted to receive them, i.e. via mail in 7-10 days or through expedited delivery.  I chose the mail option as I didn’t need them immediately.


Here’s the BOTTOM LINE: Within 3-4 hours of beginning the process with Push Health, I already got the prescription filled by Honey Bee Health, and it will be sent per my timing request.  If you want to get a prescription for Ivermectin, I suggest you give this option a try.


Note: Ivermectin is outrageously priced in the United States.  What literally cost only pennies per pill in 3rd World Countries costs up to $6 per pill here.  Be advised that 20 ct. 3 mg pills cost about $120.

This is the dosage chart I found for Ivermectin based on body weight:

Dosage guidelines based on body weight:
15 to 24 kg: 3 mg orally one time
25 to 35 kg: 6 mg orally one time
36 to 50 kg: 9 mg orally one time
51 to 65 kg: 12 mg orally one time
66 to 79 kg: 15 mg orally one time
80 kg or more: 0.2 mg/kg orally one time

To determine Ivermectin dosage, here is a kilogram to pounds converter:

Example: If you weigh 150 lbs, based on this converter, you weigh 68 kg.  Thus your dosage would be 15 mg of Ivermectin orally one time.  For a 5-day course of treatment with 3 mg Ivermectin pills, you would require 5 pills per dosage with a total of 25 pills needed.  Based on the current price of $6 per pill that pharmacies are charging, this would cost you $150.  (Like I said, the cost here in the US is outrageous.)


DISCLAIMER: I am not a doctor and have no connection with any medical provider.  This information is for your research purposes only so that you can make your own medical decisions.

37 Responses to “Get Ivermectin Through”

      • Reply Rick hardin

        Like to get a prescription of ivermectin. I am 68 years old and in good health. I weight about 200 lbs. What is the next step

        • Reply Gary Ritter

          You’ll need to go to the Push health website link in the article and answer the several questions in order to have a doctor call you to get a prescription. Good luck!

          • Curt Moes

            I ordered from push Health at two different times for my wife and myself prescription for ivermectin for prevention. of Covid. We were given two different prescriptions for how to take it. We have 3 mg tablets. Do we need refills?

          • Gary Ritter

            Hi Curt,
            What I’ve seen is that the course of treatment with Ivermectin for COVID is about one week, so the number of pills should be supplied based on that timeframe and your body weight. Here are a couple of websites that may be of use:

            This tells how many 3 mg pills per day based on kg of body weight. I would personally use the chart for the disease noted as strongyloidiasis because it’s a parasite and COVID seems to have that characteristic:

            This has a conversion app for figuring your weight in pounds to kilograms (kg):

            Assuming you have enough pills for the course of one week’s treatment, then you may wish to get refills just to have on hand. You personally may not need it again, but you may run into someone who does and can help them out. Of course, with the way they’ve priced Ivermectin, it is expensive here, so that’s the downside of getting more.

            Hope this helps. Good luck and God bless!

      • Reply Cloe

        Hi! Thanks for the info! Are these tablets straight from manufacturer? Or were they compounded?

        • Reply Gary Ritter

          You’re welcome. With Push Health, you’re simply getting the prescription from the doctor. You can then direct it to be filled wherever you’d like. I had mine filled by Honeybee, which is an online pharmacy. The pills were made by Edenbridge Pharmaceuticals.

    • Reply Gary Ritter

      The tests are notoriously inaccurate because of how they set what’s known as the cycle rate. Do you have any symptoms? Regardless, you should probably get Ivermectin ASAP because you want to begin treatment in the first 3-5 days if possible before any infection may truly set in. Try the source noted in this blog post.

      Of course, my caveat here has to be that I’m not a doctor and am simply relating what I have learned over the last 18 months.

      Good luck. Stay well.

    • Reply Pamela Wirtanen

      They say I need to be invited by a doctor in order to use the Push app.

      • Reply Gary Ritter

        Hi Pam,
        I don’t know what that’s all about. By using the website, they assign a doctor to you for consultation and the prescription. That’s the whole point – actually connecting with a doctor who will prescribe these meds.

  1. Reply Marina Jarocki

    Is it possible to just get a prescription through them, or do you know of another provider who would give prescriptions, if not?

    • Reply Gary Ritter

      As I indicated in this article, I recently used Push Health and had a good experience. They should be able to help you.

      Good luck!

  2. Reply doris howery

    I am trying to figure out how to order some invermectin. Please, please let me know how to get it

    Doris Howery 248 921 4720.

  3. Reply jack purchase

    Can I get hydroxicloriquine and deximicne from you also and any other meds to stop covid I get it?
    jack purchase

    • Reply Gary Ritter

      I have nothing to do with providing these meds. (I’m just a messenger.) If you go to the website you should be able to arrange to obtain them. Good luck!

  4. Reply Linda bronenkamp

    Thanks Gary you are a Godsent … thank you for this post and for your emails … stay well and Merry Christmas!!

  5. Reply Lynn Brouwer

    Hello Gary,

    Thanks for all your suggestions in your Blog.

    My Question: Is India the source of the Ivermectin medication?

    I have just learned how the US Gov’t is very likely working with the USPS to intercept any foreign shipments of Ivermection into the USA.

    Thanks for your response.


    • Reply Gary Ritter

      No, when I got my Ivermectin prescription from Push Health, I had the choice of pharmacies. I could have used a local one or any of the on-line pharmacies. I used Honeybee Health, which is independent from Push was one of the many online ones that are making these meds available now. FYI – This all happened through the Push website.

      RE the feds intercepting Ivermectin coming from other countries – what a crime they are committing against the American people.

      God bless. Hope this helps.

  6. Reply Kathy

    Our request is getting hung up on dosage and quantity desired. I’ve tried several options but it doesn’t want to process the request. What would you suggest I enter in the fields? Thank you!

    • Reply Kathy

      I figured it out! Don’t fill in the blank if you don’t know the answer to dosage or quantity. Then click submit, even though it suggests you edit your information. The request went right through!

  7. Reply Carol Redlawsk

    I would like to order Ivermectin

    We have used you before

    I live in Erie Pa

    My phone number is 814 xxx xxxx

  8. Reply Chriso

    I would like to purchase ivermectin for my wife who just tested positive. I can be reached at 661-xxx-xxxx

    Your help would be greatly appreciated!

  9. Reply Liam Callahan

    My 18 year old daughter was diagnosed with covid….is there a way I can get her hydroxychloraquun or ivermectin?

  10. Reply Janine

    Thank you so much for this info. I kept referring back to it to answer the PushHealth questionnaire. One thing I didn’t realize is that in my blue state the pharmacies I chose refused to fill the prescription, so then I used HoneyBee. It is being filled today and will be here within a week.

    • Reply Gary Ritter

      I appreciate your letting me know, Janine. Yes, very few traditional sources are available to us these days; sadly, even fewer will be in the days ahead.

      God bless!

  11. Reply Mary

    How much was the doctor’s consultation fee for Push Health? I could not find it on the website before I signed up.

  12. Reply Lou

    Has topped providing prescriptions for ivermectin? Tried numerous times and can’t get through.


    • Reply Gary Ritter

      I don’t have any personal connections with Push Health other than having previously having gotten a prescription for Ivermectin. I just logged in and they continue to have an option to request a prescription. I don’t know what may be the issue in your case, but someone else did tell me they had a problem until they carefully answered a particular question – or answered it in the way Push Health needed. You may want to check how you go through and answer the various questions to make sure everything lines up with what the electronic form requires. Here is what that one person said to make it work:

      “I figured it out! Don’t fill in the blank if you don’t know the answer to dosage or quantity. Then click submit, even though it suggests you edit your information. The request went right through!”

      Hope this helps!

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