If we are to follow the recommendation of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), people 60 years of age and older should be injected with Zostavax (or Zoster), a (carcinogenic) shingles vaccine.
According to “experts,” Zoster is supposed to reduce the risk of developing shingles, as well as the pain incurred by some elderly people. ACIP also advises people who’ve already had shingles to still get the vaccine to “prevent future occurrences.”
Now, firstly, if you’ve had shingles, the odds of having it again are slim. Secondly, Zostavax contains monosodium glutamate (MSG), a known neurotoxin which, when injected, can cause central nervous system disorders and brain damage. Thirdly, the shingles vaccine contains gelatin derived from the collagen inside pig skin and bones, which, when injected, poses the risk of infection from synthetic growth hormones. Fourthly, senior citizens are more likely to already have compromised immunity, thanks to other vaccines, flu shots, pharmaceuticals and food that’s lacking in nutrition (especially for those with unhealthy lifestyles).
Given that ACIP specifically advises people 60 years of age or older to have this injection, it really makes you wonder — what’s so magical about ages 50 through 59 that makes people of this age supposedly safe from shingles? Well, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Protection (CDC) website, “protection beyond 5 years is uncertain; therefore, adults receiving the vaccine before age 60 years might not be protected when their risks for shingles and its complications are greatest.” In other words, the vaccine is only good for a few years, then you’d have to get another one, and another, and another…you get the drift.
While the CDC warns people with weakened immune systems not to get the shingles vaccine, millions of Americans are regularly prescribed antibiotics which destroy healthy gut flora and severely compromise immunity. Moreover, the CDC also warns pregnant women not to get the shingles vaccine. Okay, how many 60-year-old pregnant women have you seen again?
Now, let’s take a look at the list of ingredients in Zoster, as published in the CDC website:
“Shingles Vaccine Ingredients: Sucrose, hydrolyzed (means reduced with chemicals) porcine (pig) gelatin, monosodium L-glutamate, sodium phosphate dibasic, potassium phosphate monobasic, neomycin, potassium chloride, residual components of MRC-5 cells including DNA and protein, and of course, bovine calf serum.”
For your information, bovine calf serum, which is extracted from cow skin, causes connective tissue disorders, arthritis, lupus, shortness of breath, chest pain and, of course, skin reactions when injected to humans. Doesn’t shingles cause painful skin rashes in the first place? Where’s the logic here?
The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), a non-profit vaccine safety group, recently conducted a review of the contents of childhood vaccines and found that many of them are manufactured with disturbing ingredients, such as aborted human fetal proteins, altered DNA material, and even genetically-modified (GM) human albumin.
The study was done because of a steady rise in autism cases, including neurological damage and brain damage, among vaccinated children. These childhood vaccines contain many of the same ingredients as the shingles vaccine. Now, rewind 20 years to when researchers extracted lung tissue from a 14-week aborted baby and developed a cell line known as MRC-5, as used for “Varivax” vaccine for chicken pox, MMR, “Pro-Quad,” Hepatitis A, D-Tap and Polio. A similar cell line, RA 27/3, was derived from another aborted human baby in 1964, and that’s still used today in Pro-Quad and MMR II.
Vaccines containing genetically engineered human protein, or recombinant human albumin, usually go unnoticed by most Americans, who have no clue that Western medicine has been injecting them with human blood. Yet, they all wonder why they have allergies, asthma, irritable bowels, autism, and many other escalating and chronic health conditions. The package insert on the vaccine, which nobody reads, does NOT contain any information about where the human blood is sourced. However, right there in the published warnings, the CDC tells its victims that shingles can also lead to “pneumonia and brain inflammation” — but then, so do vaccines!
Instead of relying on harmful chemicals and questionable antibiotics to relieve your shingles, make sure you get enough doses of vitamin D, B12 and C, all of which inhibit viral replication and boost immunity, safely and naturally!
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