• One should consider not vaccinating the child indiscriminately. The necessity of each vaccine should be discussed in every case.
We consider the possible harm that may be caused by the vaccines vs. its benefit.
Every case should be considered individually.
• For most children we recommend to avoid vaccination during the first year of life. We recommend seeing the child again at the age of one year and then deciding upon which vaccines to give. It depends on the general health of the child his hereditary state, environmental conditions etc.
Parents should be able to observe their infant more then only a few months in order to experience their natural health status.
• Some Vaccines should be delayed until an older age and may even not be necessary (every case – individually) like e.g. Hepatitis-B.
• Vaccination should only be carried out when the child is in healthy stable state. The child should be healthy for preferably three months prior to any vaccination.
• Vaccination should not be carried out close to the time of weaning, or learning to walk or leaving the home for the first time (nursery or kindergarten), dentition etc.
• We advice breast-feeding as an important protective factor for the health and well being of the child.
• The child should not receive several vaccines at a time (they should be split up as much as possible).
• The number of repetition of vaccinations should be considered for every child individually.
• The interval between every vaccination should be at least a few months.
• If there is a reason to suspect that the child suffered from vaccine damage in the past, or reacted strongly to a vaccine – the next scheduled vaccine should be postponed to an older age. Many cases of vaccine damage could have been prevented if the vaccine had been avoided after a bad reaction to the previous one. In many severe cases we could detect a bad reaction of the previous vaccine.
• Especially in children with neurological suspected damage (hypotonia, hypertonia, slow development etc), after traumatic birth, postponing vaccination is important. The possibility of forgoing them completely should also be considered.
• When one child in the family has suffered some vaccine damage, greater care must be taken with the other children. It should be seriously discussed with the therapist, what would be the best approach.
• If the child seems to be suffering from vaccine damage, proffesional help should be sought immediately such as Homeopathy Naturopathy, or other.
• In any case of disease developing during the first year of life, the possibility of vaccine damage should be checked carefully.
• If a child gets a disease for which vaccination is available, the parents should contact their therapist.
• The undeliberate use of antipyretics, antibiotics and other
Suppressing drugs, should be avoided in order not to harm
the immune system. Fever should be respected as natural
Dr. Nicole Aiassa – Switzerland Mr. Claude Bernard – France
Mr. Francoise Joet – France D r. Daniele Joulin – France
Mr. Rene Barber – Holland Mr. Nelleke Bruch – Holland
Dr. Tinus Smits – Holland Dr. Kris Gaublomme – Belgium
Dr. Jean Pilette – Belgium Mr. Stephen Gordon – England
Mrs. Lesley King – England Mrs. Colette Leick-Welter – Germany Dr. Juan Manuel Marin Olmos – Spain Dr. Xavier Uriarte – Spain Dr.
Dr. Chaim Rosenthal – Israel Mr. Giorgio Tremante - Italy
For more information please contact:
“Drop of Nature” – A natural and Homeopathic “Tipat Halav”.
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