(NaturalNews) Living in a toxic world isn't easy, but we can protect ourselves with a bit of knowledge and awareness. Vaccination is a prime example. Concoctions of poison, vaccines are linked with autism, seizures and death. Astoundingly, the CDC is the biggest cheerleader of these harmful jabs even when they have been shown to be ineffective. And now, more are being pushed onto the public due to the recent outbreak of whooping cough (pertussis) that is raging across the U.S. A solution for this insanity can be found with homeopathy -- an exceptionally safe and successful remedy for infectious disease.
Dangerous vaccines peddled by the CDC to the detriment of health
Believe it or not, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) does not hold health and well being as a top priority. It is yet another governmental agency with special interests, bowing down to big pharma and the mighty dollar. The CDC actively advocates vaccination, regardless of effectiveness or health risks. This is seen with the recent resurgence of whooping cough in the U.S. The CDC recommends an increase in pertussis vaccinations even though a majority of those who contract the disease have already been vaccinated. Not only is the vaccine a failure, but it is also extremely unsafe, carrying "one of the highest risks of dangerous side effect of any childhood shot," as stated in Vaccinations: The Rest of the Story.
Homeopathy - A safe alternative
Instead of risky vaccines, homeopathy offers a nontoxic and highly potent alternative for the prevention and treatment of whooping cough.
In the book, Homeopathy in Epidemic Diseases, Dr. Dorothy Shepherd demonstrates the effectiveness of homeopathy. For years, Dr. Shepherd worked closely with an immunization clinic and witnessed first hand how unsuccessful vaccines were in preventing infectious disease. She also observed the dangers associated with vaccination. In an attempt to find a better solution, she purchased a copy of Dr. Clarke's monograph about the nosode of whooping cough (Pertussin). Shepherd's "...eyes were opened to the possibilities of cutting short an epidemic of this dread disease."
Dr. Shepherd found that homeopathy was successful in preventing pertussis and mitigating the severity of an attack. In one example, four children contracted whooping cough and were treated with allopathic medicine. It took the children almost six months to recover and were "a mere shadow of their of former selves," according to Shepherd. Interestingly, other children living close by also contracted the disease, but were given small pills of Pertussin instead. Every child fully recovered within two weeks.
In another instance, "364 cases were given daily doses of Pertussin for two weeks after contact. Many of these cases were seen in the day nurseries under my care -- not one of these children [including newborns] developed the disease," notes Shepherd.
A five-year-old girl in a private school was also treated successfully with Pertussin. Dr. Shepherd reports, "Of the twenty-one children in her class, eighteen were infected with a severe type of whooping cough. Only three escaped -- two had whooping cough a year before, and the third was my little friend."
Thankfully, homeopathy offers a safe and effective alternative to toxic vaccines and harmful infectious disease like pertussis. Further information about how to protect yourself from whooping cough with homeopathy can be found here.
"Whooping Cough Outbreaks in Vaccinated Children Become More and More Frequent" Heidi Stevenson, Gaia Health, June 27, 2011. Retrieved on November 19, 2012 from: http://www.gaia-health.com
"Whooping Cough: Worst Year For Pertussis in 5 Decades, CDC Says" Mike Stobbe, July 19, 2012. Retrieved on November 19, 2012 from: http://www.huffingtonpost.com
About the author: Carolanne believes if we want to see change in the world, we need to be the change. As a nutritionist, natural foods chef and wellness coach, she has encouraged others to embrace a healthy lifestyle of green living for over 13 years. Through her website www.Thrive-Living.net she looks forward to connecting with other like-minded people who share a similar vision.