Have you been vaccinated? If you have, don’t shut me out – learn how to make them work better for you.
Have you ever wondered why there are so many more vaccines today than decades ago, and why they give so many to newborn babies?
Don’t forget that detoxing will help your natural immune system when you get vaccinated, and using preventative medicine, eating healthy, exercising, and staying positive can help prevent negative reactions to many vaccines.
Why are there more mandated vaccines today?
Well, we are becoming overpopulated in bigger cities and more polluted in our rural areas, and this means that bacteria and viruses will continue to be a threat. As they are released into our food and water, they mutate.
The threat of bioterrorism grows everyday, too, and more chemically based laboratory food is being pushed on us.
Big Tech, Big Pharma, Big Government, and mainstream media believe that the solution to these growing concerns is to create more vaccines. And, their main targets seem to be the elderly and our children.
I don’t agree. I don’t like vaccines today, but that’s just me. Not everyone agrees, and that’s OK. Just honor my choices to make my own decisions about what I put inside of my body without judgement.
The best advice for anyone vaccinated between the years 2000 until today is to detox before and after vaccinations. Detoxing is typically safe for all ages, and it’s even safe for your pets, but everyone needs to consider anything special about their health condition to safely navigate around health issues when detoxing.
I have written extensively about detoxing over the years, and you can go to my website and download my 10-Steps To Detoxification ebook to learn about detoxing, and how to weave an easy detoxing protocol into your personal lifestyle.
Always remember when you are exposed to toxins in your environment, in your food, or in your medications, detox those toxins out of your body ASAP. And, detox for as long as it takes to completely remove them.
400 New Drugs
The growing number of medications and vaccines have been increasing for decades. In 2010, over 400 new medicines and vaccines were being prepared to fight future infectious diseases that didn’t even exist yet.
Scientists have been developing treatments for years for infectious diseases from herpes to rabies to meningitis, SARS and COVID – and today we’re being told that more are coming.
Interestingly, these new vaccines don’t seem to work like vaccines worked in years past, like the polio or measles vaccines in the 1960s.
At least 145 vaccines were being developed to prevent a variety of infections, including a number of “forms” of influenza. We didn’t expect COVID-19 to appear on the global market, and apparently today, everything we were told about COVID was not true.
Before COVID, 88 antibiotics and 96 antivirals were in development, but treatments for HIV infection were not included in these CDC reports. As of 2009, 97 medicines and vaccines were being tested for HIV/AIDS. Add these together.
If these drugs worked, the demand for so more drugs wouldn’t be needed, right?
Here we are years later, and not much has changed for the better.
Fast Track Meds
Fast track meds have always been around – we just never knew about them until COVID. “Fast track” medicines include those for hepatitis C, severe sepsis, and pneumonia.
Of the 395 medicines and vaccines that were developed over the past few years, 24 were on a “fast track”— a process designed to facilitate the development of new vaccines and ways to expedite the review of drugs.
So, COVID-19 vaccines were not an exception.
Man-Made Super Bugs
Super bugs are man-made creations. Today, more evidence is now coming out that COVID was a man-made phenomenon.
I’m not sure if we’ll ever determine why people do this to one another, but the more over-populated and polluted our environments become, and the more our foods become tainted with chemicals and genetic engineering, we can consider Superbugs as the causes of our many increasing diseases.
In the U.S. alone, two million drug-resistant infections are reported every year. Yet, we keep creating more drugs to make drug-resistance more common.
It’s time to admit that the solution to the spread of human disease is not solely medications and vaccines – especially not mandated medicine. Many solutions are much more natural, and you can control them. At the very least, begin with detoxing and removing the source(s).
- Clean up your environment and return to a more natural lifestyle to stop drug-resistant infections.
- Take LESS meds if you can to stop drug-resistant infections.
- Children should not start vaccinations until their brains have completely developed around 24 months of age (2 years old). It is very disturbing to scroll down the list of vaccines given in the 1940s compared to what we inject infants and toddlers with today.
It’s time to implement the right solutions to disease; detox regularly to prevent future illness.
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