Controversy over Hay Fever vaccine
As we head towards spring, more and more people will succumb to sleep deprivation and worsening asthma as a result of hay fever.
Hay fever is one of the most common allergic conditions and tends to hit sufferers towards the end of spring, through summer, and into early autumn, lasting approximately from March to October.
Also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis, hay fever affects one in four people in the UK and is mainly caused by grass pollen. According to a recent World Health Organisation key fact, there are 180,000 deaths per year around the globe, due to Bronchial asthma condition.
The charity Allergy UK estimates that nearly 18 million people suffer from hay fever in the UK. The most vulnerable range of the population is children and teenagers, although anyone can be at risk.
Joint Medical Director Dr James Marsh has strongly advised people who suffer from asthma to remain vigilant and refer to their GP if needed, as hay fever can worsen symptoms.
Dr Marsh is a Consultant Nephrologist and Joint Medical Director at Epsom and St Helier Hospital in UK. He studied at Oxford University before completing his clinical training at Guy’s Hospital (where he also completed a PhD investigating mechanisms of transplant rejection.)
The most common symptoms of hay fever are sneezing, blocked nose, and itchy or red eyes.
Urgent measures to tackle the condition
Keep an eye on the weather and pollen forecasts, stay indoors, and keep your doors and windows shut in case of a high pollen count. Avoid freshly cut grass.
Everything is not lost if you catch hay fever despite the precautions you have taken: you can always visit your GP or pharmacist for alleviation of symptoms.
Ranges of treatment are available from pharmacists, such as tablets, nasal sprays and eyes drop, to list a few.
Hay Fever medicine and jab may cause more harm than good shocking facts reveal
In 2015 a media dementia scare over hay fever made the UK headlines when The Guardian, as well as the tabloids, cited a well-designed US study which suggested that those taking the highest levels of anticholinergic-prescribed medicines were at a higher risk of developing dementia compared with those not taking any.
A choice between two unknowns –who to trust?
Since 1930, a strong core group of doctors have declared their opposition to vaccinations. But the vaccination law continues to prevail.
According to those doctors, pharmaceutical corporations would fail to make money if we all began to take control of our own health.
Dr. Gerhard Buchwald (15 February 1920 – 19 July 2009), a German medical doctor and vaccination critic from Eisenberg, Thuringia, Germany, said in 1988: “Vaccination is not necessary, not useful, does not protect. There are twice as many casualties from vaccination as from AIDS”.
Dr Buchwald was a specialist of internal diseases and participant in about 150 trials of vaccination victims.
The sick are a source of income for the pharmaceutical industries, and making people artificially sick through chemical means can prove highly profitable, since treatments and medical ‘cures’ are then required. It is believed that hundreds and thousands of perjuries have been committed via scientifically false reports. And this can be proven.
As we are all aware of how challenging hay fever is, we should be taking it very seriously by taking precautions to shy away the allergy.
When it comes to vaccines, the right to choose should be recognised as a fundamental human right
Like any medicine, there is no vaccination with zero side effects. There have been so many vaccination trials around the world with people being victims of vaccination side effects that the right to say ‘no’ has now been established.
Vaccination (alternately referred to as immunisation and inoculation) is different from conventional medicine in that it intervenes unnaturally and puts viruses into a person’s body so that they build antibodies against certain diseases on their own. We are all metabolically different, so for that reason, no one can ensure 100 per cent positive results from vaccination.
Many incidents led to a major revision of the Preventive Vaccination Law in 1994, with lawmakers deciding to categorize vaccination from being mandatory to one that is routine and optional.