year we get bombarded with posters and slogans to get flue vaccines. We
are witnessing a powerful psychological attack under the title “the
Vaccine is the best protection against the flu!”. You can’t help but
come to a conclusion that a common flue is the most dangerous thing in
the world and thus, there is nothing else left for you to do except to
get this shot. But wait! You have to know that flu vaccines have been
proved to be not only ineffective but also toxic for humans and animals.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
“The following substances are found in flu vaccines: aluminum,
antibiotics, egg protein, formaldehyde, human aborted fetal apparatus
(dead human tissue), monosodium glutamate (MSG), and thimerosol
(mercury).” Flu vaccines are directly linked to long-term health
consequences. A 2005, report published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ online) by Peter Doshi, PhD,
blew the lid off the CDC’s claim that 36,000 died from the flu
annually. After careful analysis Doshi revealed, “Between 1979 and 2001,
[CDC] data show an average of 1348 [flu] deaths per year (range 257 to
not that there’s a ‘flu season’ per se; it’s more like a lot of people
with weakened immune systems. Here are a few things you can take to
strengthen your immune system naturally.
all the superfoods out there, I would definitely put this on top of the
list. People don’t realize how good cod liver oil is for them. It’s
incredibly full of fat-soluble vitamins that support the immune system
and fatty acids like EPA and DHA that reduce inflammation. EPA is the
precursor of important prostaglandins (localized tissue hormones that
help the body deal with inflammation). Cod liver oil has more vitamin A
and more vitamin D per unit weight than any other food. A single
teaspoon of high-vitamin oil contains nearly 2000 IU. There are
virtually no infectious diseases that do not respond well to treatment
which consists of cod liver oil.
amazing antiviral, bactericidal, fungicidal, antibiotic, and antiseptic
properties which makes it a great natural additive during cold and flu
season. Not only is thyme is known for killing microbes, but it also
helps the body to eliminate toxins. In addition, it benefits the immune
system by encouraging the formation of white blood cells, increasing
immune response to invading organisms.
Add turmeric to
your meals or to ginger tea. Turmeric’s anti-bacterial agents may help
our body fight against colds, cough and flu. Turmeric’s key ingredient
Curcumin is known for its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory
properties which can help in healing cuts and wounds.
Honey and Cinnamon
one tablespoon of lukewarm honey with 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon powder
daily for 3 days will help prevent and cure most chronic cough, cold and
clear the sinuses. Consistent use of honey helps fight bacteria and
viral diseases by strengthening the white blood corpuscles.