(NaturalNews) As predicted, the mainstream scientific community's obsession with vaccines has reached a new pinnacle of absurdity as researchers from Chile are now claiming to have successfully developed a vaccine to treat alcoholism. According to reports, the vaccine allegedly works by triggering immediate hangover symptoms the moment alcohol enters the body, which of course is meant to deter drinkers from imbibing.
The concept is so ludicrous that reports of it almost seem like satire news stories. But this so-called alcohol vaccine is very real, and those who came up with it have already run it through preclinical trials in Chile. The next step is to test the vaccine on real human beings, and basically hope that it does not induce permanent harm in those who receive it. At this point, nobody really knows how actual humans will respond to the vaccine, but the study's authors agree that its effects are permanent.
"The vaccine, which would be effective for between six months and a year, works by sending a biochemical message to the liver telling it not to express genes that metabolize alcohol," explains a report in the Deccan Herald
about the jab. "If someone who's been vaccinated tries to drink alcohol, they will immediately experience severe nausea, accelerated heartbeat, and general discomfort. Once the vaccine has been administered it cannot be reversed."
As explained by the study's authors, who hail from the Institute for Cell Dynamics and Biotechnology at Universidad de Chile
, the vaccine
deliberately alters the liver's ability to produce a compound known as acetaldehyde, which is normally responsible for producing hangover symptoms after a certain amount of alcohol has been consumed. In those who have been vaccinated; however, such hangover symptoms will appear immediately, along with various other harmful side effects.
If you're dead, you're no longer addicted
Like most other vaccines currently available, this alcohol vaccine sounds as if it is potentially more dangerous than the disease it is intended to treat. Who is to say that the "severe nausea" and "accelerated heartbeat" produced by the vaccine will not endanger the lives of those who receive the shot? If an alcoholic is dead, he is technically no longer addicted to alcohol -- perhaps this will be the argument used by proponents of the vaccine to validate its efficacy.
In all seriousness, the fact that researchers are even coming up with vaccines
that supposedly cure conditions like alcoholism, depression, and even food poisoning just goes to show how seriously off-its-rocker the conventional medical system has become. The foundational "science" behind vaccines has long purported that the injections assist the immune system in warding off infectious disease by helping it to produce antibodies -- since when are headaches and a propensity for alcohol addiction
It just goes to show that mainstream vaccine dogma is based on nothing but pure junk science that continually and conveniently evolves to suit the purposes of the vaccine industry. Is obesity still a problem? We can make a vaccine for that. Oh, you are not particularly fond of vegetables? Time to make a vaccine for that. As silly as this all sounds, this is precisely the thought process that goes into the production of so-called vaccines for virtually every condition under the sun. Even the original premise behind how vaccines work is pure bunk.
"If we look at the science of the vaccination profess itself, it's becoming evident that ... (it) actually suppresses a lot of your immune system, particularly in young children," explained neurosurgeon Dr. Russell Blaylock in a 2012 interview with Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, about vaccines. "We found out that ... [vaccines cause] the immune system to switch to what we call TH2 type cytokine production, which inhibits immunity."Sources for this article include:http://www.deccanherald.comhttp://www.deathandtaxesmag.comhttp://www.naturalnews.com/035058_vaccines_salmonella_pathogens.htmlhttp://www.naturalnews.com
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