This is a summary of a video newsletter from an LLMD who I used to go to:
3 reasons for thinking twice about this type of vaccine:
1. If you have ever had a severe reaction to anything. Severe doesn't mean a few days of headache, or plugged up sinuses, etc. This means those who carry an epi pen with them all the time. This applies to all vaccines, not just the covid vaccine.
2. Some people have an autoimmune illness that can be proven with blood tests. Not all people with LD have autoimmune blood markers.
If they do, there is a slight chance they will have problems with a vaccine of any kind. So, they have to weigh their risks, the vaccine's possible negative outcome against risk of dying with covid-19.
3. If a person had a vaccine of any kind in the past, and it caused a serious relapse of lyme disease (not just a month or two of feeling worse).
This vaccine is so different from any before it, there is not yet much information about people with LD taking it. There's no information about long term effects.
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Britain put out a warning recently that anyone with allergic reactions probably better not do the vaccine.
There have been some horrendous outcomes, including illness, injuries and deaths from taking the vaccines.
I recommend protecting naturally. I didn't know how it was going to work out, but I've done really, really well! 4 negative tests so far!
Each of us is unique - here's my daily protection list: 1) up to 10gms of Vitamin C 2) 5000IU Vit D 3) couple capsules of turmeric, 1 in the am and pm 4) capsules of Host Defense, 2 in the am and pm, M-F. There's 17 dried mushrooms in each capsule. Mushrooms are anti-viral and we can also just eat mushrooms.
My doctor says he can stop covid symptoms in his Lyme patients in 48-72 hours with: 1) ViraClear 2) Safecell glutathione 3) upped Vitamin C 4) Noxylane - a shiitake mushroom enzyme extract
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