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The anthrax vaccine seems to put the immune system into overdrive, to the point where it turns on itself. Other vaccines can trigger problems as well. The smallpox vaccine is well-known for causing heart problems, for example.
When we've recommended various methods to strengthen the immune system, many vets have written back, "The last thing I need is a stronger immune system! What are you talking about?"
A better way of saying it is that we recommend giving your body a fighting chance, by clearing out the toxins you may have accumulated, and changing your eating and drinking habits. We also recommend searching out a homeopathic physician for further help as needed.
Consider the following: BioPort, the manufacturer of the anthrax vaccine, was cited numerous times for quality control issues, including lack of sterility, contaminated product, and switching the expiration labels on some lots of the vaccine. Whatever the cause - from bad manufacturing to the concept of the vaccine itself - most of the adverse reactions to the vaccine are tied in some way to the human immune system and to the neurological system.
Many troops and veterans have told us that taking nutritional supplements, herbs and vitamins are helping to alleviate their symptoms and fatigue. We offer the thought that your body needs to regain some of its former natural strength, so that it can deal with the problems it is currently facing.
Toward that end, vets who have "de-toxed" their bodies through juicing and other methods, report that while initial results are difficult to get through, once they start putting different foods and vitamins into their bodies, many of their symptoms gradually disappear and strength starts to return.
DISCLAIMER: We want to stress that the following information, gained from personal experiences with immune system illnesses and with various troops' reactions to the vaccine, in no way constitutes medical advice, nor do we recommend taking natural supplements without first consulting your physician. Certain supplements do interact with prescription medicines, and only your own physician can help you decide what might be best for you.
It is our understanding that the road back to health - and some are making it back - is difficult and long. But it is surely better than the alternatives of ill health and the incapacitation which so many of you are experiencing.
These seemingly simple instructions can be difficult to carry out. A lifetime of habits doesn't disappear overnight. You may want to try these "de-tox" techniques in incremental steps; but you may also want a fast, clean, new start, and if so, we do recommend that you work under professional supervision.
To combat fatigue, weakness, a propensity for colds and the flu, and arthritic symptoms, we found the following particularly helpful:
We recently saw an article in Newsweek written by a couple of physicians which recommended the following to help prevent and treat colds and the flu (seems to work):
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