The scary public relations campaigns pushing Americans to get seasonal flu shots have reached a hysterical fever pitch. Flu and flu-like illnesses include these symptoms lasting up to two weeks: fever with chills, severe body aches, sore throat, deep hacking cough, runny nose, and severe fatigue.
Should you run out and get a flu shot "just in case?" Or is there a perfect combo of natural flu remedies and preventatives waiting just for you?
If you are afraid of the latest flu death stats, we've got some tempered news for you – and some ways you can protect yourself and your family from sickness this year.
Fear is a powerful force that drives people in droves to let strangers who don't actually care, inject thimerosal (a form of mercury) into their blood. Not to mention, the aluminum, egg, human cells, animal DNA and preservatives like MSG and spermicides like Octoxynol 10 (Triton X-100).
If you don't like the idea of lining up for a jab with ingredients like that getting past your blood-brain barrier, then be on extra guard during the propaganda barrage. Some Big Pharma brain-washing tactics include lying about death stats, lying about real flu cases versus flu-like illnesses, repetition, emotional trolling and language manipulation…
I'm not mitigating the severity of the flu, but I believe there are better ways to give your immune system a better chance.
And here's why it's okay to be a little "OCD" about hygiene in today's world…
Have you noticed that people simply don't take much care to be hygienic these days? Do you ever go into a public restroom and think…" what the heck kind of bioweapons bomb went off in here??"
What happened? Are people ruder now? Were they not taught manners? Are they more apathetic?
The vaccine Pharma onslaught has conditioned sheeple to abdicate all their health responsibility. Oh well, I got my vaccine…I'll just leave a mess behind on the toilet seat and not wash my hands. I'll sneeze on everyone in the airplane. I'll cough with my mouth agape while I walk down this grocery aisle even though I should be at home.