Did you know that vaccines have never been subjected to double blind, placebo tests? This test is touted as the ‘holy cow’ of the safety of medical drugs, but it isn’t being used in all medication, by any means. This article focuses on dealing with the consequences of vaccination.
More and more people are becoming concerned about the safety of vaccines and how to deal with the consequences. Thankfully, GPs and vets are also beginning to come on board, so it is becoming a hot topic of discussion. This is wonderful news. Once discussion opens up, there is a greater chance of transparency emerging. This is badly needed.
Vaccines are being pushed as being effective at halting the spread of disease. Whether or not this is true, is not the discussion here. The fact is they are not totally safe. The effects of vaccines vary with each individual, but the list is extensive. They range from mild, such as a swelling at the site and soreness, through medium, with fever and more troublesome symptoms, to extreme, when severe neurological damage can occur and even death.
The major problems occur in the very young, with multiple vaccines and with vaccines that are given in close succession. GPs are not taught to link a cause to an effect, so tend to dismiss parent’s concerns. But parents have always been able to see at what point their health or the health of their child, or animal, deteriorated.
If you have a child, a pet or are considering travel, what should you do?
Check both sides of the story before making up your mind. Don’t just accept the status quo. Change comes slowly in society, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t necessary. Don’t limit your research to government sites, as these must be in favour of vaccines. Make time to do the research. It is your, your child’s or your pet’s future at stake.
What can you do if you must have a vaccine?
1. First, check that it is compulsory. In Australia, childhood vaccines are not compulsory, but many health professionals tend to suggest that they are. Check government sites to get the exact details, if necessary.
2. You can take precautions against the affects of vaccines, although you never really know if they are 100% effective. Because vaccines can cause inflammation, by taking large amounts of omega 3 both prior and post vaccines can help. Perhaps the better alternative is to seek out the services of a homeopath. Homeopaths can prescribe medicines that will help with the adverse reactions and prevent the worst.
3. Make sure you only have a single vaccine at a time and leave it at least a month before getting another one.
4. You may be able to get a titre test (blood antibody count) done instead of the vaccine.
What should you do if you have already had a vaccine and there are problems?
The first thing is to see a homeopath. The homeopathic treatment can be highly effective in countering the side effects, even the severe ones. However, this may take time and effort, depending on how long ago the vaccine was and your level of health. It is my opinion that good homeopathic treatment offers you the best prognosis.
Are there any alternatives to vaccination?
Homeoprophylaxis, or HP, is the process of orally immunising yourself, your child or your pet. It has no side effects, is truly safe, and the research shows a great resistance to disease in times of epidemics.
If you choose not to vaccinate, are you putting others at risk?
If the vaccines were so effective, how could this happen? Vaccines are considered to be in the order of 89 – 95% effective. However, the recent whooping cough outbreak in Australia, and perhaps around the world, occurred mainly in vaccinated children, at a far higher rate.
If you choose not to vaccinate, you can expect to come up against some unpleasantness from some heath professionals. It is not uncommon for emotional blackmail to be used to ensure people do vaccinate. This is such an effective measure, especially with new and vulnerable mothers, it is now quite widespread. But ask yourself the question, if vaccines were so effective and desirable, would this be a necessary measure?
If you are being pressurised into doing something, back away and think about it clearly before taking any action. Unless you are in imminent danger, there is no rush. Another day or so won’t make any difference, except to your decision.
One of the reasons vaccinations are so common is that there is little mainstream medicine can do to treat a virus. You may have noticed this, when antibiotics are given for the secondary infection, leaving the primary virus untreated.
The fact is, the pathogen itself has nothing to do with disease. It is simply an opportunistic scavenger. It is your immune system that is at fault here. By boosting your immune system, the virus will go on its own.