Swine Flu Vaccine: How To Protect Your Immune System from the Dangers of Vaccines
Swine flu vaccines may be the next assault on your immune system. Watch these informative and thorough videos, which help clearly separate fact from fiction.
Find out what you need to know not only about swine flu, but also about swine flu vaccines — much of which the mainstream media are not telling us. (Four swine flu vaccines were approved by the FDA on Tuesday, September 15, according to the Baltimore Sun.)
This is not conspiracy theory, but rather researched information from virologists, epidemiologists, medical experts, and even the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and other governmental agencies.
Special thanks to Dr. Mercola for his insightful interview and to Dr. Russell Blaylock for his thorough analysis and interpretation of available information about the H1N1 flu and the H1N1 vaccine.
The Following was composed by Dr. Russell Blaylock as a method to reduce autoimmune reactions to the flu vaccines only. Do not use this if you have the flu itself. These are just general observations and not medical advice. You should work with your doctor for a specific program.
Treatment for Toxic Vaccine Exposure
Place a cold compress on the site of the injection immediately after the injection and continue this as often as possible for at least two days. If symptoms of fever, irritability, fatigue or flu-like symptoms reoccur -- continue the cold compresses until they abate. A cold shower or bath will also help. [NHS editor's comment: This one simple and free tip actually helps not only the local symptoms of immune reaction, but also prevents the systemic activation of the brain's immune cells. This helps protect the brain from damage.]
Take fish oils -- I recommend the Norwegian fish oil made by Carlson Labs -- it has the correct balance of EPA and DHA to reduce the cytokine storm. The dose is one tablespoon a day -- if severe symptoms develop -- two tablespoons a day until well and then switch to one tablespoon a day. Children -- one teaspoon a day.
Curcumin, quercetin, ferulic acid and ellagic acid as a mixture -- the first two must be mixed with extravirgin olive in one teaspoon. Take the mix three times a day (500 mg of each)
Vitamin E (natural form) 400 IU a day (high in gamma-E)
Vitamin C 1000 mg four times a day. [NHS editor's comment: The best form of Vitimin C that we have found is sodium asorbate powder. It's cheap and easy on the stomach.]
Astaxanthin 4 mg a day
Zinc 20 mg a day for one week then 5 mg a day
Avoid all immune stimulating supplements (mushroom extracts, whey protein) except beta-glucan -- it has been shown to reduce inflammation, microglial activation and has a reduced risk of aggravating autoimmunity, while increasing antiviral cellular immunity.
Take a multivitamin/mineral daily (one without iron -- Extend Core)
Magnesium citrate/malate 500 mg of elemental magnesium two capsules three times a day
Vitamin D3 [NHS editor's comment: Get plenty of sunshine daily. It's free. You may still need to take vitamin D3 supplements but it's fun to get sun!]
All Children -- 5000 IU a day for two weeks after vaccine then 2000 IU a day thereafter
Adults -- 20,000 IU a day after vaccine for two weeks then 10,000 IU a day thereafter
Take 500 mg to 1000 mg of calcium citrate a day for adults and 250 mg a day for children under age 12 years.