What About Using Homeopathy For Measles As Well As Vitamin A? Homeopathy Is An Alternative To Vaccination Or Immunization.
Medical Aid To Syria Includes Vitamin A
News on New Zealand television TV3 17 December 2012 at 8AM.
The Director General of Unicef, speaking from Wellington, has just been interviewed on TV3. He was talking about the aid-initiative in Syria, which is being led by Unicef. His concerns were for the children of Syria, and that a measles outbreak could occur. This, unless preventive measures are taken, would be devastating for the vulnerable children in Syria, who have been affected by the disruption there. Homelessness and poverty are real issues.
Great to hear that Vitamin A is being given to boost the immunity of these children who are susceptible to measles. The Director General said that an immunization programme is being carried out, and that Vitamin A is being supplemented.
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Vitamin A Can Work As A Prophylactic or Preventative. If illness develops, then Vitamin A can minimize the effects of the illness and make for a quick recovery:
At last. Vitamin A being used in an international attempt to help prevent or alleviate child-hood illnesses. Immunization should not be necessary at all, if adequate Vitamin A is provided, with Vitamin C, along with adequate nutrition. And if Unicef were to give out appropriate homeopathic medicine for the treatment of measles and other childhood infections, instead of immunizations or vaccinations, then things would be near perfect in my opinion.
Homeopathy Can Work As a Prophylactic and certainly can be used to alleviate the symptoms of illness if an infection has begun:
Many vaccinations or immunizations, are problematic to the health of the individual vaccinated. Adverse reactions can appear at the time, but the immune system can be damaged which can cause health problems later in life. Type 2 Diabetes is one condition which has been related to vaccinations. Obesity is another condition which may be related to vaccination. Then there is autism, depression, cancer, multiple sclerosis, parkinson’s, and arthritis, to name a few others. Other chemicals in our environment, such as toxic pesticides and herbicides, and harmful additives in food, also play a part in all these diseases, I am sure. But vaccinations are probably the very first assault on the immune system that a small child has to suffer.
So. It has taken a long time for Unicef to recognize that Vitamin A is effective against measles. Vitamin A will also help protect against other childhood illnesses, such as mumps, scarlet fever, whooping cough – you name it. Now Unicef is giving out Vitamin A, when orthodox medicine has for so long ignored this treatment. Let’s hope that they will not continue to exclude homeopathy from their range of treatments, but will begin to examine the use of homeopathy as an alternative to standard vaccinations and immunizations.
Note: Large doses of Vitamin C are also effective in resisting, combatting, or minimizing the effects of childhood illnesses such as measles, mumps, chicken pox, scarlet fever, and many others.
Homeopathy Considered Effective For Measles:
I think that there is a nosode which can be prescribed by a homeopathic physician to help prevent measles. But there are some common remedies which are also effective in helping prevent or to treat measles.
Dr James Stephenson, in ‘Helping Yourself With Homeopathic Remedies’, published in 1976 by Parker Publishing, New York, gives several remedies for measles. See the post after this one for details of how these remedies may be used.
Aconite, Antimon tart, Arsen alb, Bryonia, Chamomila, Rhus tox, Phosphorous, Pulsatilla and Sulphur, are some that Dr Stephenson recommends for measles. Each remedy has specific indications, and you would use the remedy which has the closest indications to those symptoms shown by the individual.