posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 01:30 AM
reply to post by Sly1one
Your perception is right. I agree that this philosophy is not right, especially since many of my friends and relatives do get the flu shots. I don't
think killing good people is right.
I get violently sick as does my one daughter and her kids when we get a flu shot. People are always trying to tell us to take it and we will get
used to it. Almost all the major medical sites, like Mayo, say that if you have a reaction to the flu shot to definitely not get it. We already have
antibodies from our ancestors and our own immune system to fight the flu. The cyklotine storm from the shot can kill us when it is injected as our
bodies throw way too much at the dead virus in defense because of the way it entered the body. What we perceive as the flu is actually our bodies
immune response to the flu, not the flu itself. The flu makes you slowly sicker and sicker if you don't respond to it and can eventually trigger a
very bad response as the body is dying. People do not understand how the body actually works.
Even though I and my daughter and her kids have a very strong immune system, we can still get a new strand of flu that we can't sense to fight, I
understand that. The thing is that we can die from the flu shot, I have been told that by a doctor. Then you get the teachers and nurses who say
everyone should get the shot. They can't comprehend that some people have immune systems that can kill them if they get the shot. Their distorted
knowledge is causing harm to others. I won't interfere with others desires to get the shot and I would expect them to listen to my concerns about my
family. My grandchildren are sick a lot because they get an immune response when their body is in contact with someone who is sick. I am trying to
figure a diet to dampen this response while still keeping them strong to fight cancers and other microbe overloads. Controlling an overactive immune
system is not easy and killing the immune system is not an allowable option for my daughter and I. I'm trying to figure the best dampening technique
without causing side effects. Food and spices can work to a certain point, eating foods that build the immune system even stronger is not wise in our
cases. My daughter was listening to all the people before and now she is starting to listen to me. I have been living with this for fifty seven
years, someone without this kind of immune system cannot understand it. I have found some articles that help from others with this kind of system,
the doctors they deal with can't understand it because it is different than they are taught.
I test things on myself, that doesn't always go so good. I get run down doing this sometimes and have learned to fix a lot of conditions that I have
personally experienced. Having a liver like a scared rabbit that shuts down makes the bodies immune system chemicals stay in the body to kick some
ass against invaders. It also causes side effects which I try to analyze. Also the body holds onto good chemicals it creates and it seems to recycle
stuff better. Good points and bad points, I am trying to find the good in the bad and learn to adjust the diet to match. No doctor could do this,
they would have to live with a person for a year. I also have a type of skin that doesn't get rash easily but the hooks break down that hold the skin
to the flesh. I found this somewhere in a journal entry online. An allergy test or reactions don't effect my skin like most people. I didn't even
get a rash from swimmers itch or the poison Ivy but I got itchy and my skin got loose. I guess about twenty percent of people have this kind of skin,
somewhere in their history their ancestors had a bad disease where the skin was effected and the skin adapted. That is what the researchers that
wrote the article thought anyway.
edit on 23-2-2013 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)