The Covid Vaccine Mandate Battle Continues
The recent Covid Vaccine Mandate Battle Continues across the United States. The federal government has been attempting to force parents to vaccinate their children with the HPV vaccine Gardasil since September, while states are fighting to protect their constituents from having to enforce the mandate through legislation. So far, there has been very little movement between the two sides. While some states are trying to soften their stance on the mandate, other states are vowing to continue fighting against it. In the end, this may come down to a choice between the will of the people or the will of the states.
It’s interesting that in the midst of all the controversy and political brouhaha, that there has been relatively little coverage of the vaccine itself
In fact, I have yet to see any type of media report on the ongoing Gardasil trial. I suppose that’s because those who would normally be the first to react to new studies and new products would rather do nothing than read about it. This is part of the general distrust and lack of trust in most reporting on matters related to medicine, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, etc. Yet, this vaccine is important. Many thousands of women around the world have gotten vaccinated, so it should be news to no one that the manufacturer is trying to increase its sales by having a marketing campaign touting its safety and effectiveness.
If you’re like me, then you probably haven’t followed the news very closely. Maybe your first reactions were to compare the reactions of uncooked eggs and those of the Gardasil vaccine. If you had children, you likely saw their reaction to this news. You may have also shared stories of childhood vaccine injuries that you heard of, but never believed until you learned that those stories were probably not true. While all this is important, why is this important? What does this have to do with the current controversy regarding the HPV vaccine Gardasil?
One of the reasons the HPV vaccine trial is so significant is that it provides a venue for parents to get together and express their concerns and fears about Gardasil. It’s just one more voice they hear that says “this vaccine could be bad for your kids.” It’s one more voice that says “my kid should not be at risk.” And while there’s still no clear evidence that Gardasil causes any harm, too few parents are willing to let these fears go. And if the trial results show that Gardasil has potential for causing serious problems, parents will stand up for themselves and for their children.
The HPV vaccination trial was originally started as a way to test two drugs, CVCV and HPV4
Both of these are vaccines against HPV, the most common sexually transmitted disease. But unlike traditional vaccines, the Gardasil vaccine only prevents infection, not cures it. The Gardasil vaccine is supposed to help prevent infection in girls, but only affects girls who have never had sex. So in theory, a vaccinated person could have sex with multiple partners, and still develop no symptoms. That makes this a problem for public health officials who don’t know how to monitor such a large group of people without running the risks of exposing the rest of the population to the disease.
For parents, one way to protect their children is to join the millions who’d rather use homeopathic remedies. Many public health officials would prefer to see everyone get vaccinated, but that doesn’t mean every single person is going to be a good candidate. And even if vaccines are more effective at preventing the transmission of the virus, we’re simply not that sure about the long term effects on the immune system, especially when it comes to cancer.
That’s one of the things that makes homeopathy so attractive
It looks at the cause of the problem, not at the symptoms. When I was pregnant, my son developed abdominal pain that I thought was colic. But after looking at the medical records, I learned it was a symptom of a kidney infection that was so serious, it was killing him before he was born.
Homeopathy treats the entire body, not just one part. That’s why there’s no danger in trying out a few different remedies before deciding on something that works best for you. In the case of the HPV vaccine, the antiviral ingredients in it can cover a wide range of diseases, not just HPV. And that’s the real value of homeopathy.