In Vaccine-nation, Dr. Moritz’s central thesis is that vaccines can precipitate toxic overloads, inflammation and other unintended side effects which can be more dangerous than the disease to be prevented. Vaccines are said to contain dangerous ingredients like formaldehyde, anti-freeze agents and antibodies. In addition, vaccines can cause genetic switches to go on or off, according to the author.
These findings beg for the need to consider replacing vaccine additives which are inorganically based with ones that derive from natural substances which are organically based. The author doesn’t provide too many details on this aspect and he should.
Dr. Moritz points out that vaccinated children have more asthma,allergies, ear infections, apnea, tonsillitis and hyperactivity. Interestingly, aboriginals cut their skin and expose it to dirt to acquire a natural immunity against dangerous toxins.
And so, what does a parent do if a child isn’t vaccinated? The author doesn’t make this clear. In my own experience, check with a practitioner of Alternative or Complementary Medicine. There is a National Center for Complementary or Alternative Medicine of the National Institutes of Health. Due to the plethora of non-conventional medicinal protocols, the NIH has created a National Center for Complementary or Alternative Medicine to advise patients.
In this reviewer’s experience, there are important health tonics which benefit children like acidophilus which promotes good bacteria, Vitamin C, Quercitin
and other antioxidants. These are potential alternatives to vaccination if parents listen to the author and don’t vaccinate their children due to the inorganic additives.
The author provides advice on what to take after utilizing antibiotic drugs. “If you do choose to employ antibiotic drugs, bear in mind that they interfere with
normal digestion by killing off beneficial colon bacteria. These are the very bacteria that make vitamin K, the B-vitamins cobalamin and biotin, help us digest many plant and dairy foods, strengthen the immune system, and repress the overgrowth of pathogenic microorganisms.
After antibiotic therapy, all persons should take yogurt and an acidophillus supplement for a month or two to help restore a normal, healthy bowel environment. I have found shamefully few doctors who tell this to their patients,” said the author. (1)
A child born with virtually no immune system receives vaccines loaded with toxins and the result can trigger disease processes that are far worse than the illness to be prevented by the vaccine, according to the author.
The author points out that there are lower infection rates due to improved sanitation, nutrition and living conditions- not vaccinations per se.
Another problem, according to the author, is that vaccine potency can be increased via adjuvants. These adjuvants increase potency tremendously so that a much smaller amount of the vaccine can have the same or similar effect.
“Once this toxic sludge is injected directly into the blood, it will inevitably make its way into the brain, spleen, kidneys, liver, joint fluids, blood vessel walls,
lymph vessels and connective tissues of intestines, lungs, breasts and other parts “, according to the author.
The author explains how large scale vaccinations in poorer countries have had the unintended effect of increased infertility. On the other hand, snake venom has been known to induce immunity against future rattlesnake bites. The immunity is caused by the body generating anti-serum to neutralize the toxic effects of the snake venum. The achieved cellular immunity protects the body against future exposure to the same toxin.
This is true unless the degree of exposure greatly exceeds the bodily detoxification and compensation ability. So, a carefully constructed vaccine can have a beneficial outcome as demonstrated by the snake venum application provided by the author. The reader should understand that vaccine protocols aren’t universally bad.
Overall, the book mentions important implications for current and future vaccination programs. There is a need to search for alternatives to vaccines loaded with toxins and inorganic chemical combinations which could confound natural bodily processes. The author doesn’t provide too much detail on viable vaccination alternatives for parents.
The author also suggests a possible alteration of DNA switching sequences. The presentation raises enough questions to revisit the scientific control group design which proves or disproves the efficacy of individual vaccination programs devoid of harmful side effects or unintended health consequences.
Patients should discuss the efficacy of individual vaccines and alternatives with their personal physicians or health practitioner(s) in the experience of the reviewer. Always ask the health practitioner for a list of ingredients or additives for the vaccine you are considering. This information should be readily available to all patients. Discuss practical alternatives and contraindications for any vaccine considered by you.
Dr. Andreas Moritz (born January 27, 1954) is an author,
lecturer and a practitioner of Ayurvedic Medicine. Ayurvedic medicine (also called Ayurveda) is one of the world’s oldest medical systems. It originated in India and has evolved there over thousands of years. In the United States, Ayurvedic medicine is considered a CAM whole medical system.
This complete system of theory and practice has evolved over time in different cultures and apart from conventional medicine. Examples of whole medical
systems include traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, homeopathy, and naturopathy. Many therapies used in Ayurvedic medicine are also used on their own as CAM-for example, herbs, massage, and specialized diets. (2)
The book has a very extensive resource and reference section including citations from the following:
o pediatrics applications
o National Institutes of Health
o Dr. Jonas Salk Hearings
o Natural News
o Soil and Health.org and many others
2) National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine of the National Institutes of Health http://nccam.nih.gov/health/ayurveda/