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The Public Health Agency of Canada recently issued a notice regarding a surge in cases of measles in many parts of the country. At the time of the notice, 30 cases had already been reported, five times as many as in the previous year. Why is a disease that was so well controlled for many years slowly making this insidious comeback? The answer may lie with Health Canada and its consistent decisions to allow and even add “nosodes” — homeopathic vaccines — to its list of products approved for sale.
Unlike the flu annual shot, shown during the 2009 vaccine program, homeopathic vaccines have never been proven safe and effective through independent inquiry. JEFF MCINTOSH / THE CANADIAN PRESS
Nosodes offer no protection against disease. They are not effective in preventing, treating or curing any of the maladies for which they are marketed. There is no sound, peer-reviewed evidence that they help stop the spread or progression of disease. This is so well known that the British Homeopathic Association has said the following: “There is no evidence to suggest homeopathic vaccinations can protect against contagious diseases. We recommend people seek out the conventional treatments.”
With that grim fact out of the way, what is Health Canada doing approving ineffective vaccines for sale.
On its website when talking about natural products, it declares: “To be licensed in Canada, natural health products must be safe, effective, of high quality and carry detailed label information to let people make safe and informed choices.” .
reply to post by Witness2008
Which is what they are trying to take away from us.
I wish I could give you twenty stars
reply to post by Pardon?
I have since studied homeopathy at length, given how I saw it work . I know exactly how it works .
You know, fight poison with poison, none of which are mercury or aluminum in homeopathy , as they are in vaccinations.
Doses are minute at best, which if you had actually read it in depth, you would know.
Also, the formulas are switched up until improvement is seen, and then its discontinued.
Same with Chinese herbs.
Herbs and homeopathy are never ever meant to be given indefinitely, as they are in western medicine.
In the western model you take drugs daily til you die. In homeopathy and Chinese medicine you take a daily course, that are about a week long, and then the doctor rechecks, and sees if there's improvement, worsening, or no change.
The patient is them reassessed.
Not," keep taking it it's OK if you feel nauseous and dizzy, that's what it does"
Which seems to be what an MD says.
I'm sure a few doses of vioxx wouldn't have killed anyone, but taking it months on end, apparently, DOES.
lol yet againedit on 10/9/13 by PtolemyII because: (no reason given)
reply to post by Pardon?
And I'm a licensed herbalist. I have my Doctorate in Chinese medicine. I also have a license in a western allied health field, that's why I think vaccinations are CRAP.
Seen western meds kill one too many person, including my mother.
Homeopathy worked for my very severely ill cat, where western medicine just killed his kidneys, and he was non compliant to Chinese medicine.
Homeopathy cured him....
I studied homeopathy as an aside after becoming interested, and many of them remedies are also Chinese meds, just in very different doses.
Your objection is duly noted.edit on 10/10/13 by PtolemyII because: (no reason given)
reply to post by Grimpachi
People need to take real medicine and get their shots. That's all there is to it.