Mercola on VaccinesThere seems to be a pandemic lately of recommendations that one get vaccinated. Immediately.

I’m not a fan. In fact, I’m not a fan of taking medication at all — unless it’s needed for a specific reason at a specific time and there’s really no other way to treat whatever it is.

I could cite various studies and findings; however, I think a viewing of just a few television commercials for "wonderful" medicines would suffice — that is, the part towards the end, after they’ve presented you with the visuals of the wonderful life you’ll lead if you take this stuff. The part where they mention that, although their medicine can do great things for you, it’s also true that taking it can cause all kinds of bad effects — effects that sound to me quite a lot like the body is trying to rid itself of the medicine itself. Another bad effect sometimes mentioned is, well, death. "In rare cases", of course. Gotta love that truth in advertising … at least we’re being somewhat protected by the fact that pharmaceutical companies are being forced to warn us.

I have to say that I am a fan of going immune to illnesses. I haven’t actually been sick in a couple of decades. Sure, I’ve come into contact with various flus and colds, but they never quite "take" or sink in and make me ill, and a few days later, it’s all over. Gone. Kaput. No more.

At any rate, Dr. Mercola — a great one for consumer alerts — has published an interesting article, from which I’ll quote:

There are basic differences between naturally acquired immunity and temporary vaccine-induced antibody production. But few are willing to look at this issue – least of all conventional medicine, which in reality is ruled by pharmaceutical companies.

Read the full article Will Anyone in Their Right Mind Actually Buy Into These Three New Vaccines?

Many years ago, I asked a doctor why doctors don’t usually recommend real nutrition, or alternative methods of dealing with bodily issues. His answer: because we don’t study that.

I’d add that much of the new knowledge that comes to doctors may come from … pharmaceutical companies who, after all, have something to sell.

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2 Comments for "Dr. Mercola on Vaccines"

  1. George Vigil

    We were recently in contact with a Time Warner technician who was just coming down with the flu. He was definitely sick. That’s because we made him come to our home and install our internet as we had to have it as soon as possible. Diane made him come and “hook us up!” we knew we were taking a chance so to speak.

    While he was here we had him breath in Thieve’s Oil as it was being diffused into the room. He commented that he liked it and we gave him a bottle of it that had a few drops left to take home and rub on his arms or some such. We also cautioned him not to get it in his eyes because Cinnamon Bark oil can burn his eyes.

    It’s been over a week and we haven’t shown any signs or symptoms of the illness.

    When one gets a flu shot, it amounts to the person being injected with a small amount of the bug. What’s to stop that bug from multiplying and overwhelming the body. Coupled with mercury (used for preservation purposes), one is given the flu while being poisoned at the same time. A one-two punch. I’d rather get the bug naturally, in the air, etc., and battle it with Thieve’s Oil, good nutrition and sleep if needed.

  2. Diane Vigil

    I agree. I used get the flu when I was much, much younger, and lived to tell the tale. So what’s with all this yearly flu injections theory?

    I think growing your immunity naturally is a better way to go.

    I really have to find that quote from As Good As It Gets where Jack Nicholson’s character says something like, “No, and I’m not going to let you inject me with the plague, either!”

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