Since the laws regarding my license do not give me prescriptive authority (I cannot tell them yes or no by law). I respond with, "Well, do you want the flu?".
Puzzled, they look at me. So I explain, there are several questions that each person should be asking their MD before getting any vaccine. My list goes something like this:
- What is in the shot besides the virus? Most have additives that I wouldn't touch, much less let someone inject into me. Check out some of the ingredients here. Pay attention to Thimerosol (Mercury) which is know to cause brain (neural) damage and is linked to Autism.
- What is the risk to me if I don't get the vaccine? Are you an otherwise strong individual who is not likely to die from the flu? Uncomfortable for a few days? Yes. Death, not so much.
- Who should not get the vaccine? People with certain allergies, history of reactions to vaccines, people with a compromised immune system.
- How effective is it really? Polio was already on the decline according to government statistics prior to the introduction of the vaccine by Jonas Saulk.
- What are the potential side effects? This is a standard risk to benefit question that should be very straight forward and easy to answer.
- Last is one of my favorites, "Doctor, have you had this vaccine?" Obviously, many won't even answer the question. That alone should be a huge red flag.
- If you don't mind some confrontation- these 4 words are the most powerful that can be spoken to any doctor: "I DO NOT CONSENT." Bam! Procedures halt in the throws of it all.
- If you don't like confrontation- simply ask the question, "Doctor, are you willing to personally take full responsibility for any and all adverse reactions?" If the answer is no, well, you get the idea.
- Proper diet (no sugar, remove allergens, lots of veggies)
- Regular exercise (daily not annually)
- Take a daily Multivitamin/Mineral (Usana)
- Get enough rest
- Get adjusted
- Use natural immune boosters