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Ancient vaccine?

 
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Hi Gals and guys.

Well, i didn't know where to put this. So here it is. Medecine, not herbs, but medecine nonetheless.

Well, i know the Egyptians were aware of vaccination. Scarifying the skin and spitting snot on it. I am ready to try, to boost my imune system. I'm bored of coughing the same shit every winter. It's like the doc hasn't done anything to me. Xept feeding me cortisone. (don't try to turn me to herbs or homeopaty, i've tried tons of stuff)

So i was wondering if anybody has seen "sound" guidelines on the net, for doing this? Not hippy'ish new age stuff please. A scientific aproach would be wonderfull. And also, if anybody knows a good site for identifying funal infections. That would be cool. I would realy like to be sure if it's not fungal that shit in my lungs.

Thanks a lot.

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I have not seen anything regarding this method of "vaccination." Vaccination is a crap shoot anyway. There are so many viruses out there that to protect yourself from even a small percentage would be a life long endeavor.

Regarding herbs. I have had GREAT success with treating myself and many others. If you were trying to "vaccinate" yourself with herbs, that is why you were unsuccessful. If you do not administer the herbs correctly they will not work either.
 
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Steven Feil wrote:I have not seen anything regarding this method of "vaccination." Vaccination is a crap shoot anyway. There are so many viruses out there that to protect yourself from even a small percentage would be a life long endeavor.

Regarding herbs. I have had GREAT success with treating myself and many others. If you were trying to "vaccinate" yourself with herbs, that is why you were unsuccessful. If you do not administer the herbs correctly they will not work either.



What are talking about.

The thing about vaccine, the way the egyptians were doing it is clever, because you're do it when you're already ill. It's not preventive, but rather a boost to the imune system, which "feels" like it's attacked on several fronts, so reacts harder.
 
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I'm with you on the homeopathy trip here in france . I got asked to leave my local pharmacy when I told them that I did not want homeopathic medicine as sugar was cheaper at the Biocoop .
As for the idea of the vaccine very interesting . I know Jenner took into account the egyption connection when he tried his first experiments . I am also aware that it was /is practiced by South African shamen but fell into disrepute as it was claimed to help spread aids . Not sure if that it true or not ( that it spreads aids ) but its a better story to tell the wife no doubt .

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Vitamin d has been shown to have an impact on many body systems, including immune system, that it was previously thought not to have anything to do with. At the same time it is estimated that 75 to 90% of the population are vitamin d deficient. Might be worth investigating.
 
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I looked into the claims that 70% of people were lacking vitaimine D many years ago many of theseclaims I found came from the sellers of vitamine pills
Pass me a carrot

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Hi guys, thanks for the replies.

Vitamin D i have no prob with. I'm always in the sun. Too much actualy. Working as a roofer in the spring, summer and autumn, and for a chairlift company in the winter. In southern france, high up in the mountains, so i get plenty of exposure to the sun.

I have a kind of imunodeficiency, due to a gut problem. Twenty years with it, and they haven't found what this is. And since i'm fragile lungwise, i catch all the "shit" tourists bring over with them.

David, blody homeopathy! I know how to cure some of my probs with herbs. Mostly thisle root juice for the liver.
 
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