Natural Flu Fighters versus Vaccine

     Many are concerned about the flu this year and for good reason. The virus could lead to fever, achy joints, cold chills, nausea and possibly much more severe symptoms for the elderly and those with weakened immune systems. I recommend eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, as well as taking some supplements that increase immune system function, in addition chiroprctic adjustments increase immune function by removing nerve stress. Supplements include Goldenseal and Echinacea, herbs that have immune-building and virus-fighting properties, and vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C and several others. However, you should also know that the flu shot is not all that it is said to be. What is generally known to the public as 'a flu' is an influenza-like syndrome, with symptoms like fever, chills, muscle or joint pains, a headache, a runny nose, and general malaise. This disease, however, has nothing to do with the real influenza, neither can it in any way be prevented by an influenza vaccination.The lack of efficacy of the vaccine is well illustrated in a Dutch article about a home for elderly people, where in spite of vaccination of two thirds of the population, a severe flu struck 49% of them, with strong morbidity (bacterial infections, pneumonia) and high mortality (10%). An important observation was that in the vaccinated population, 50% got the disease, compared to 48% of non-vaccinated. Questions about the safety of influenza vaccines are not new. As early as 1973, it was written in the Journal of American Medical Association that between 1966 and 1970 almost all USA-made influenza vaccines were toxic. Studies have also shown that it can cause nerve damage. (call for more info.)


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