Ivermectin, a medication of little use to you in its readily-available form (unless you weigh 1,400 pounds and suffer from intestinal parasites), is sold out everywhere. You can't even buy the famously delicious apple-flavor horse paste anymore. No shipments until October!
And so something sold at about $100 a pound in bulk and $10 a course with a (human) prescription will soon be $100 a pill, as usual. The usual advice for reporting gouging stands, but what use it is when even a U.S. Senator is hyping the drug?