Polio Virus Ten Year Cycle And Vitamin C Versus Vaccination

Polio Virus’ Ten Year Cycle Spreads To Cairo From Pakistan, 2013.

Vaccinations Do Not Necessarily Work:

Statistics can be manipulated.  In convincing the public on the efficacy of a vaccination programme, all that researchers who promote vaccinations need to do is to make sure the vaccine was introduced during the peak of a disease’s cycle, then, later,  measure the rates for that disease during the natural low period of its cycle.  Statistics will then tell you that the vaccination or immunization programme is working.

Better nutrition and living conditions are the reason for most infectious diseases more or less disappearing in civilized countries.  Tapped clean water, allowing for better hygiene, sewage systems, and the availability of good food are the best ways to combat the diseases of the poor.  These things are far more important than giving the poor vaccinations or immunizations.

Polio, as with most diseases, is best kept at bay during its natural peaks with better hygiene, clean drinking water, and better nutrition.

Vitamin A and C therapy, along with good diet, would be much more beneficial as Polio prevention than using vaccinations.

Much research has been done on the subject of Vitamin C for Polio and other infectious diseases.  Thomas E. Levy, M.D.,J.D., writes in his book ‘Curing The Incurable With Vitamin C’, 2002, that Polio is  both curable and preventable with Vitamin C therapy.  He refers to the work of Klenner, who summarized his work using Vitamin C for Polio in 1949.

Here is a quote from Klenner, via Galloway and Seifert’s written account in ‘The Journal Of The American Medical Association’, from page 54 of Levy’s book ‘Curing The Incurable With Vitamin C’:

‘It might be interesting to learn how poliomyelitis was treated in Reidsville, N.C., during the 1948 epidemic.  In the past seven years, virus infections have been treated and cured in a period of seventy-two hours by the employment of massive frequent injections of ascorbic acid, or vitamin C.  I believe that if Vitamin C in these massive doses – 6,000 to 20,000 mg in a twenty-four hour period – is given to these patients with poliomyelitis none will  be paralyzed and there will be no further maiming or epidemics of poliomyelitis.’

Why Consider Natural Alternatives To Vaccinations?

Vaccinations are given for specific diseases, which means you have to have quite a variety to prevent all the different viruses going around.

Multiple vaccinations are a very risky thing to human health, and we can never know exactly the damage that combined vaccinations do to the immune system.

Vaccinations do nothing to raise the health levels of a person – they just, hopefully, prevent it.

Leslie Roberts wrote on the 24th January 2013 that the polio virus has moved to Cairo from Pakistan.  The same strain of the virus was last observed in Pakistan, in September 2012.

‘A vaccination programme to treat children is being carried out in many countries to try and eradicate the disease.  But people do not seem to be aware, firstly, that the polio virus can be transmitted from a vaccinated person, and, secondly, that the virus has a 9 to 10 year cycle.’

The natural cycles of a disease, with its peak periods, and lulls, can mislead researchers into believing that their vaccines and immunization techniques are the reason the disease has been declining.  Such could be the case with Polio, because of its natural 10 year cycle.  If you count the polio cases during a lull period, then you could be satisfied because of the reduced numbers of people affected, that the vaccinations, which were given during the peak of the disease, have been effective.

Klenner, Levy, Dr Brighthope in Australia, and many other researchers, believe Polio can be treated and prevented with Vitamin C.  Polio can also be treated, like other childhood illnesses, with Vitamin A.

Natural Remedies

Culpeper says of Sage that it ’causes the hair to become black’.

Garden sage has many therapeutic uses.

In the garden, its flowers provide medicine and nectar for the bees, as well as a herbal tonic to the neighbouring plants.

It is well-known as an aid to oral hygiene.  It has strong antiseptic qualities and is supposed to whiten tooth enamel.

Sage is still used today in some tooth-pastes.  It is reputedly one effective remedy for bleeding gums,  and improving gum health:  The crushed fresh leaves are massaged several times a day onto the gums and teeth.

The tea is gargled to relieve sore throats, colds and flu,  and ulcers in the mouth.

It can be effective to reduce fevers, and has been used in the past for thyphoid fever. (see ‘Herbal Remedies  and Homeopathy’ published by Geddes and Grosset.)

It is a valuable nerve medicine, and is a useful stomach remedy for improving a weak appetite.

Natural Herbal Hair Dye and Tonic:  Sage can help restore healthy hair and improve the colour.

Strong sage tea encourages hair growth and darkens the hair, if it is used on a regular basis. Many herbalists describe it in their writings:  see John Heinerman’s ‘Encyclopedia of Fruits Vegetables and Herbs’.

Rosemary is another wonderful herb which can help hair growth, but it does not have such a darkening effect on the hair, as sage does.

Recipe For Sage Hair Dye:  Here is a simple, natural hair dye and tonic which you can try.  It is perfectly safe to use, as it does not contain any harmful additives such as you might find in commercial dyes for darkening the hair.

Take two cups of fresh sage leaves and put into a stainless steel saucepan.

Add one cup of dry black tea leaves

Add half a cup of cider vinegar and eight cups of water.

Simmer very gently, with no lid, for one hour on a very low heat.  You should have around half the original quantity of liquid left at the end of an hour.  If you need to add a little more water, make sure you do so well before you finish simmering the brew.  If you add more water at the end of the simmering, then your mixture will not keep so well.

Take off the heat after an hour of simmering.  Set aside to cool.

Once your sage mixture has cooled properly, strain it off.

To the liquid remaining add the same amount of vodka.

Put into a bottle with a screw-top lid and store in a cool place.

Massage around a tablespoonful of the sage infusion into the hair each day.  Use more or less, depending on how much hair you need to cover.

Massage the sage tonic well into the roots of the hair as well, so that it feeds the scalp and hair follicles.  Massaging the scalp with the sage tonic will help the hair to grow again.

The oils in the sage leaves will put a natural shine to the hair.

Once the hair is sufficiently darkened, which may take several weeks, you can reduce the amount of applications each week.  Once or twice a week may be enough to maintain the darker colour.

Sage is really very good for the hair in so many ways.

Alternative Sage Tonic Without Alcohol:  You could make up your sage tea without the alcohol if you wish.  Only, remember that your mixture will not keep for longer than a week, and it must be kept in the fridge.  You could make up a lesser amount, enough to last a week, and then make up a fresh brew of tea for the following week.

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