Is vaccination the great boon we have been led to believe ?

Is it effective?          

1.         Hygiene & nutrition have contributed as much to disease control as vaccinations. Many epidemics with low levels of vacc up- take have been attributed to those low levels & presented as reinforcing the need for vacc.

In fact many cases occur in populations with poor hygiene & nutrition

2.         Some studies of efficacy has led to much under-reporting of disease eg. in spite of presenting symptoms, it may be assumed that if the patient has been vaccinated, therefore it cannot be that disease, hence it’s not reported,  e.g kennel cough, cat flu.

3.         Evidence has shown a poor correlation between levels of antibodies and actual immunity.

4.         Parvo, cat flu (snuffles) and kennel cough can recur. In an experiment in Boarding Kennels English Veterinarian Christopher Day compared effectiveness of orthodox vacc and homeopathic vacc for kennel cough – orthodox vacc actually increased susceptibility to the disease!

5.         Evidence to suggest vacc do not actually protect populations from disease – they seem to have changed the individual’s expression of the disease. Acute forms become long term chronic diseases with a range of symptoms that are given new names as being ‘distinct diseases”. – they are actually the expression of the acute old disease modified by vaccination.

Is it safe ?

  1. “Headline’ side effects are indeed small –the basis of risk/benefit ratio –  BUT this is the tip of the iceberg.  Side effects when seen in context of chronic ill health change the picture dramatically  when considering the “never been well since’…scenario.
  • Purdue University studied proteins introduced into puppies that were part of the adjuvants. They found that every vaccinated puppy developed autoimmune reactions and some included rbcs,  thyroid, DNA and connective tissue proteins (cruciates?). Every booster produced more auto-antibodies.
  • Recommended before the maturity of the pet’s immune system (6mths of age). The introduction of foreign proteins early in life confuses the immune system so later in life has difficulty discerning between its own body proteins and foreign proteins. Repeated vaccs lead to incorporation of the virus in the genetic material of the cell, constituting a constant antigenic challenge and the only way this can be met is for the antibodies to turn against the cell itself and destroy it – auto-immune disease

Is its use justified ?

1.         Vaccinations are a powerful weapon but should be used with discretion – genuine life-threatening diseases, not for relatively minor conditions that can be dealt with in other ways

The Immune system  – what effects does systemic vaccination have?

1.         Timing – maternal antibodies are present to

            a) protect against death from appropriate disease

b) protect the immature immune sx from having to cope with the severe challenge before its able.

Vacc around hormonal activity increases the chances of adverse reaction.

2.         Route of vaccination

Natural infection mostly via body orifices thus stimulating local parts of the immune sx alerting the body to give a measured response. Even bites stimulate local reaction.

Vaccination my injection short circuits this process and exposes the system to an assault its not ready to meet.

Polyvalent vaccinations ( ie the  administration of many diseases at a
time). The body can only deal with one similar disease at a time.

3.         Unnecessary repeated vaccinations.

Ron Shulz, PhD Professor & Chair of Pathobiological sciences at Wisconsin University says  “a practice that was started many years ago and lacks scientific validity or verification, is annual vaccinations. Almost without exception, there is no immunological requirement for annual vaccination.

Routine administration of boosters without regard to the need. Antibody titre measurement in dogs is showing that adequate immune levels persist for several years after vaccs.

4.         The results of vaccinations on the immune system?
What are the effects
Overstressing of immune sx… hypersensitivity, atopy, thyroiditis, auto immune disease.

Possible triggering of hereditary conditions

Suppression of normal development – effects on endocrine/thyroid function

Becomes an ‘obstacle to cure’

Vaccination induces an excessive response because it is essentially an abnormal response leading to suppression of the normal function of a vital system, producing pathology within that system.

  • What other choices do we have :
    Strong immune systems

  • Nosodes – the homeopathic action for

    Prevention of disease
    Protection against vaccination (the ill effects)
    Treatment of the problem caused by over vaccination
    Treatment of the disease process itself.

Believed to act on cell level. Their use is not accompanied by antibody production hence it’s protection, not vaccination that is being aimed at.

IMPORTANT TO STRESS that it’s not just me stating all of this info, this
comes from Veterinarians themselves – .those who have observed the effects of
vaccinations. These vets are leading UK and USA vets with an
international reputation. Our clinic has also seen the bad effects observed
by these vets.

Kennels & Catteries, Day Care Centres – not insured unless vaccinated –
still come home with kennel cough but ‘couldn’t have got it from the
kennels’ because we are all ‘vaccinated’?

Some diseases not responsive to vaccine  –eg dogs can still get parvo & 
kennel cough. Cats can still get cat flu.

The White Tui Range offers a Canine and a Feline Nosode Program with administration information.  These Nosodes are in an atomiser for easy of administration, economy of use and to prevent cross-contamination.