Who do you think controls big Pharma?
Look it up. There have been 26 major trials and research into the use of this stuff against Covid. 23 of them, not all done by big pharma, concluded that no evidence existed that it was effective in preventing, easing or curin Covid.
The other 3 that said there was evidence were all debunked as falsifying data.
1. A chiropractor who issued a YouTube video with false data and was trying to make money out of selling it. I think I recall he'd made $45,000 before it was pulled.
2. A holistic doctor who wrote a thesis but offered no evidence except ifs ands and buts. She also made a lot of money from social media before that was also pulled.
3. An Egyptian doctor who, at first, astounded researchers with a 400 person trial that proved it was 90% effective. Until they looked at it closely and found that many of the phrases he used were plagiarised, of the 400 people he named in the trial, more than 50 had died before he even started the trial. The research was flawed in that no comparisons were made.
Social media also claims Uttar Pradesh in India stopped vaccinating and used this stuff and they've completely killed the virus. India actually banned its use for covid due to a number of deaths from it. Uttar Pradesh also has the highest number of covid vaccines given in the whole of India with 150,000,000 jabs completed by October this year. Less than half the regions in that state have shown a low case load.
Others on the fake sites also claim that Japan stopped using covid vaccines and used that stuff instead. Causing the Japanese Min of Health to debunk the story entirely stating it was false and they continue to do the vaccine rollout and that stuff is not authorised for any medical use in humans in Japan.
People who simply repeat crap from these sites and social media are being manipulated. Read the disinformation dozen story again to show your gullibility. Unless, of course, you are one of the disinformation dozen.
Thankfully YouTube is now pulling unsubstantiated videos. Other social media sites say they will monitor it closely but are obviously making too much money out of it to do anything about it.