Peanut allergies and vaccinations

Posted on: Mon, 10/19/2009 - 11:58pm
StinaC raig's picture
Joined: 07/13/2009 - 07:33

Hey everyone, I have been doing a little research and am wondering your opinion. Some of the research I have read is linking peanut allergies to childhood vaccinations. What do you guys think?
I am taking my daughter to the pediatrician today to discuss her allergy as well as vaccinations. Any comments you have would be greatly appreciated!

Posted on: Sun, 11/01/2009 - 5:39am
barbfeick's picture
Joined: 04/18/2009 - 05:48

I suggest you check out my blog on this website. Peanut oil is used as a diluent in vaccines and does not have to appear as an ingredient on the package insert. I also have a website devoted to that subject.

Posted on: Sun, 11/01/2009 - 6:28am
StinaC raig's picture
Joined: 07/13/2009 - 07:33

Thanks for the info. Do you have any theories or evidence specific to this H1N1 vaccine? I have stopped all my DD vaxs at this point an am researching further before I make any decidions as to what to do next. However, we've now been hit with this big H1N1 scare and there are many people pushing me to have my DD vaccinated. I don't believe we need the vax for this flu. I think our immune systems are wonderful things and when encouraged to do so, are quite capable of fighting flus and other virus'. Any specific info would really help me get my point accross.
Thanks for all you do!

Posted on: Sun, 11/01/2009 - 7:13am
barbfeick's picture
Joined: 04/18/2009 - 05:48

Dr. Mercola on his website says avoid the H1N1 vaccine.
CBS came out with a report. When the CDC quit gathering data CBS went to the places where the CDC used to get the data on H1N1.
CBS reported:
"The results reveal a pattern that surprised a number of health care professionals we consulted. The vast majority of cases were negative for H1N1 as well as seasonal flu, despite the fact that many states were specifically testing patients deemed to be most likely to have H1N1 flu, based on symptoms and risk factors, such as travel to Mexico."
"According to the CBS News study, when you come down with chills, fever, cough, runny nose, malaise and all those other "flu-like" symptoms, the illness is likely caused by influenza at most 17 percent of the time and as little as 3 percent! The other 83 to 97 percent of the time it's caused by other viruses or bacteria."
"No manufacturer of the swine flu vaccine recommends the use of the vaccine in pregnant women or breastfeeding mothers."
I read one of the package inserts - you can read them online. All the "studies" for the swine flu vaccine were not for the swine flu vaccine. It assumes that the vaccine will have the same side effects as flu vaccines.
"The package insert for the Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent Vaccine manufactured by Novartis has been leaked on the Internet. According to that package insert, the vaccine (based on an earlier vaccine product known as Fluvirin) is known to cause a whole host of very nasty side effects such as guillain-barre syndrome, vasculitis, anaphylactic shock and even death.
"The following is a list of some of the very nasty side effects that the vaccine package insert admits to.....
"*Local injection site reactions (including pain, pain limiting limb movement, redness, swelling, warmth, ecchymosis, induration)
*Hot flashes/flushes
*Facial edema.
*Immune system disorders
*Hypersensitivity reactions (including throat and/or mouth edema)
*In rare cases, hypersensitivity reactions have lead to anaphylactic shock and death
*Cardiovascular disorders
*Vasculitis (in rare cases with transient renal involvement)
*Syncope shortly after vaccination
*Digestive disorders
*Abdominal pain.
*Blood and lymphatic disorders
*Local lymphadenopathy
*Transient thrombocytopenia.
*Metabolic and nutritional disorders
*Loss of appetite.
*Nervous system disorders
*Febrile convulsions
*Guillain-Barré Syndrome
*Myelitis (including encephalomyelitis and transverse myelitis)
*Neuropathy (including neuritis)
*Paralysis (including Bell’s Palsy)
*Respiratory disorders
*Chest pain
*Stevens-Johnson syndrome
*Rash (including non-specific, maculopapular, and vesiculobulbous).
The argument is that the above problems are very rare.... but there are no longterm studies on the H1N1 vaccine. None exist.
All vaccines cause mini-strokes.
And the effect is cumulative. Dr. Andrew Moulden has videos on his website that prove this. He will be coming out with a book soon.
He says that vaccines are causing autism, shaken baby syndrome, SIDS, Alzheimers, learning disabilities....
The H1N1 scare is about $$$ not health. It was planned in advance. The patents for the vaccines were applied for before anyone got sick.
Patent applied for in 2007:!#7_0_18L
60/966,724 Method for producing viral vaccines
Visit Mercola's website. He has suggestions on keeping yourself healthy without vaccines.

Posted on: Sun, 11/01/2009 - 12:48pm
StinaC raig's picture
Joined: 07/13/2009 - 07:33

Thanks again for the info! There's some info here I will certainly be looking into and pointing to when questioned about my decision to avoid the h1n1 vaccine. I have been following the Dr. Mercola website carefully as well. It's a great resource.
Thanks again for all you do!

Posted on: Thu, 04/08/2010 - 1:13am
barbfeick's picture
Joined: 04/18/2009 - 05:48

I have posted stuff by Dr. Andrew Moulden. I like his youtube videos but there has been stuff on the web saying that he is a con artist. He is a good one if he is. But the stuff he says about the increase of childhood chronic illnesses is all true and it all increased with the vaccination craze.

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