My Pillow CEO Says He Takes Daily Coronavirus Cure; despite no FDA approval


ROCHESTER. Minn. (KTTC) – A Minnesota man known for his pillow company, and more recently being a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump, says the cure for the coronavirus already exists.

Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, says he takes a supplement that protects him from the virus.

“It’s an absolute miracle. I take it every day. I don’t catch the virus. I have at least 50 to 100 of my friends and family. Some have had it, and in two days they are fine, ”he told me.

The claimed remedy is called Oleandrin.

It comes from the Nerium Oleander plant, which is highly poisonous and can be fatal.

Last week Lindell became a member of the board of directors of Phoenix Biotechnology, the company that makes Oleandrin. For the past 20 years, the company says it has been studying the health benefits of oleander extract.

“You can’t get it once you take it. It’s just an oil that you put under your tongue. It’s a snippet, ”Lindell said.

Lindell said more than a hundred people have tested it in unpublished studies.

However, the FDA has not approved it as a treatment.

“All we wanted was an IND (Investigational New Drug Application) to show that we can take it to hospitals to test it. If they want to test it, because it worked and it’s a test done, ”he said.

He said he spoke with President Trump and his Oleandrin team.
The president was asked about it Monday in Washington.

“It’s just something that people talk about very loudly. We will examine it. We will examine it. We are looking at a lot of different things. I will say the FDA has been great. They are very close. . We are very close to a vaccine. Very close to therapeutic treatment. I heard that name mentioned. We will find out. President Trump said.

Lindell hopes more people can benefit from Oleandrin and is confident that the extract will be the pandemic breakthrough.

“There are lives that must be saved. We have to save lives and I know it works, ”he said.

Lindell says that with some form of liquid extract, it will also be turned into a vitamin.

Lindell also owns a financial interest with Phoenix Biotechnology and would receive a profit from Oleandrin.

WARNING: This supplement has not been approved or recommended by the FDA by medical professionals.


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