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Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines

Posted by blissy [4.1399] on October 27, 2005 at 21:19:15:

Hi all

Just wondering if any parents here have chosen the route of homeopathic immunizations vs the allopathic way, and what your experience is. It seems in the U.K that's the way they have been immunizing their children (homeopathic vaccines) for quite a while, don't know if that has changed now or not.

also, if anyone just wants to input some of their own ideas on it too, please do so?

TIA



Re: Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines

Posted by R. [577.2327] on October 27, 2005 at 22:22:38:

In Reply to: Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines posted by blissy [4.1399] on October 27, 2005 at 21:19:15:

May I bastardize your thread and ask you about results of your talk with the "vaccine center" people?

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Re: Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines

Posted by ANN [1003.516] on October 28, 2005 at 07:34:58:

In Reply to: Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines posted by blissy [4.1399] on October 27, 2005 at 21:19:15:

not up on this one- maybe Maz, Aston, and ukchris can tell us about that, but I wanted to share something else with you, since you're probably the way most of us have been with our first child.
From this month's Reader's Digest:
A mom says, with her first kid, if the kid even coughed, she wanted to call an ambulance. By the time her fifth child came and told her he had swallowed a coin, her reaction was- THAT'S COMING OUT OF YOUR ALLOWANCE"



Can't add but am interested if more folks post.

Posted by Michele [6.1774] on October 28, 2005 at 15:30:17:

In Reply to: Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines posted by blissy [4.1399] on October 27, 2005 at 21:19:15:

Great question. I didn't even know there were other types of vaccines.



Re: Can't add but am interested (It was WALT's idea from the Archives)

Posted by blissy [4.1399] on October 28, 2005 at 21:02:26:

In Reply to: Can't add but am interested if more folks post. posted by Michele [6.1774] on October 28, 2005 at 15:30:17:

Neither did I, till I started asking around,and doing some research. I first found out from researching in the archives, and then called a naturopath out here, who put me in touch with a health centre, that sells the homeopathic vaccine kit. It was invented by a man here in Australia, whose 2 children were badly injured by the standard, regular vaccines.

My goodness, if you read up on how autism has increased something like 634% from vaccines containing mercury, and other things, it's totally shocking.

I read on one of the websites how countries that didn't have mercury in their vaccines, had a MUCH lower percentage of autism, compared to those countries that do, and how autism has just soared because of it. Hopefully, I can find the site and post it here.

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Re: Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines

Posted by blissy [4.1399] on October 28, 2005 at 21:05:12:

In Reply to: Re: Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines posted by ANN [1003.516] on October 28, 2005 at 07:34:58:

lol!

I am very particular with my son, being my first. I want the best for him, and the best health for him.
I think its a harder road NOT vaccinating on the parents.

some daycare centres will not allow children even with the homeopathic vaccines, although here in schools its allowed. It's not law, so one does NOT have to vaccinate their child, but it's such a touchy subject with other parents who have vaccinated, and think that one's child that is not vaccinated may infect their child.
But if standard vaccinations are meant to totally protect their child, then what's the problem?!



Re: Can't add but am interested if more folks post.

Posted by blissy [4.1399] on October 28, 2005 at 21:12:54:

In Reply to: Can't add but am interested if more folks post. posted by Michele [6.1774] on October 28, 2005 at 15:30:17:

Found another link from mercola's site.

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Re: Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines

Posted by R. [577.2327] on October 28, 2005 at 22:00:28:

In Reply to: Re: Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines posted by blissy [4.1399] on October 28, 2005 at 21:05:12:

But if standard vaccinations are meant to totally protect their child, then what's the problem?!

Good question!

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Re: Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines

Posted by ANN [1003.516] on October 29, 2005 at 07:51:50:

In Reply to: Re: Homeopathic vaccines vs Allopathic Vaccines posted by blissy [4.1399] on October 28, 2005 at 21:05:12:

good question- the answer is called 'herd immunity'
also, kids who have received the live polio vaccine can be a danger to your child for up to 90 days after their shot and their feces are possibly contagious.
One odd thing here is, rabies vaccination for dogs used to be required at 2 months of age. The law has changed to 3 months of age- it is illegal to give rabies vaccine before 3 months of age. The rationale for this is that the puppies have been nursing, have immunity to rabies from their mother's milk, and that that immunity interferes with the effectiveness of the rabies shot.
This raises the question, in my mind, of why doctors vaccinate children who are breastfeeding (at the very least, mom should have a blood test to determine what immunities she has that are being passed to her child).

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