What to Know When Vaccinating

Know When Vaccinating, there are some Helpful Actions

There are some important tips and considerations to know when vaccinating your child. In lieu of a friend sharing a video of my comment and concern at the Q & A with Del Bigtree. We were at the Wise Traditions Conference and had just viewed the controversial movie, Vaxxed. Now it’s my time for courage as I delve a little deeper.
I want peace in the world. But if I remain silent, then you may have to experience a life you don’t want. And even if you choose to continue your path as planned, at least you move forward an educated parent and know when vaccinating there are choices.
Know When Vaccinating

 It Has Changed

When I was a girl, I got less than 15 vaccines 1  and I’m not noticeably compromised. My first child got more than 36 vaccines and there were adverse reactions. Potentially my compromised son with MTHFR and a physically under-developed body at birth, could not handle injections of these trace amounts of diseases.
These are important considerations to know when vaccinating a child and we need to have peaceful discussions. My son became autistic at 3 years old after a delayed MMR vaccine shot. Children change a family, but autism and other complications completely stop a family from participating in most events.
As I recovered my son with an amazing medical team and a major diet change,* our family began to foster children without parents or functional parents. In these children, we found that every child we took in had a chronic illness; cancer, ADD, gum disease (requiring surgery at 18 months), severe allergies, autism, etc… As a perpetual student in nutrition and medical interests, I learned some tricks and cautions by conversing with practitioners in the field that incorporate careful techniques to minimize and negate adverse reactions.

Manipulate the Draw

Today most vaccines are administered through single-dose vials. Some manufacturers deliver vaccines in the form of syringes. There are also multi-dose vials, and the vial states its content (e.g., 10-dose vial). Vaccines are a significant part of the well-baby check-up for the first few years of life. The attending nurse is responsible to check expiration, maintain correct temperature, and to shake the vial before drawing the dosage for each child. Afterwards, it is important to restore the vials to the cooler to maintain the required temperature or throw it out if compromised. 2
If you have a single-dose vial, the risk is that the last part of the draw has trace metals. This is what is discussed behind closed doors as possibly holding more of the harmful ingredients. Consider asking to not include this last bit in the draw and throw it out. This is good information to know when vaccinating.

For The Children

Whether your pediatric office gives out multi-vial doses or single-dose vials, we all need to work together to address a real issue with epidemic diseases in our children. It is our children. Metals settle. So it is possible to allow the metals to settle and administer the vaccine. Every mindful physician has shared concern over the last bit of the vial.  It’s possibly what happened to many of our kids with autism (or other) indications from vaccines. If the last bit that is settled is not included in the administration, it could be beneficial. But the last bit of a vial will have the higher concentrates of aluminum and mercury. These trace amounts are dangerous. Talk to your doctor; I’m a mom who has witnessed a lot of compromised kids negatively affected. This protocol seems to help a bit and yet still allows compliance with the vaccine schedule.
Talk to your doctor; I’m a mom who has witnessed a lot of compromised kids negatively affected. This protocol seems to help a bit and yet still allows compliance with the vaccine schedule.
Unfortunately, there is only one study that I am aware of  3, regarding this topic and it’s anonymous… but it is a discussion in some medical practices that I have been privy to be a part.


Having a child injured and change within 24 hours of receiving the MMR vaccine, my quest began. I didn’t question or have the knowledge. But when we began to foster children, we didn’t have a choice, so I had to learn quickly how to find and partner with mindful physicians.
Remember, somebody will get the last draw and you just pray to God that your kid doesn’t get the last dose in a multi-dose vial. Or you hope that the nurse was perfect and consistent to shake before pulling the dose out of each vial every single time (average of 10 draws) in the multi-dose so the additives and metals are evenly distributed.  That way all the kids share in a lesser trace amount of metals. Honestly, it’s an awful scenario. No one wants their child to be harmed.
It has taken 10 years to recover my son so that he could participate in events with other kids. A lot of expenses, wanderings, missed events, and awkward moments happened in those years.

Prevention is Easier than Recovery

On the positive side, there is a valid consideration. It is possible you can ask the administrator to NOT shake the vial, or if at the end of the multi-dose vial, just pull from the top and throw out the last bit out.

Remember we are each the responsible parent and we need to address concerns with our practitioner. It’s our baby and I would ask every question possible and try every avenue to ensure my child gets the best immunization plan for my child’s bio-individuality. Additionally, I would never go to a doctor that didn’t value my concerns.

This is information that I have had for several years, but didn’t want to get into the controversial arena of vaccines. I prefer creative measures that are peaceful and healthful to the children in which I have accountability.

Divine Appointments

On November, 11, I sit by a friend and strong woman Kelly the Kitchen Kop. I begin to quiver and feel pushed to share some facts after a showing of Vaxxed at the Wise Traditions Conference. Sharing how we have lived out vaccines through so many foster children is hard because I choose to live on the positive side and this is tough stuff.
Here is the video that Kelly took as I muddled through sharing our experience for the first time publicly. It was an emotional moment.

Civil Discussion

Realistically, we should all be coming together as partners to figure out solutions to move forward. We have epidemic illnesses in our children today.  Something is happening and the increased amounts of vaccines is certainly a part of this. These unprecedented amounts of childhood diseases are related to the glyphosates in our food.
It is important that we work peacefully together. A committee with; pharmaceutical companies, parents, pediatric and primary practitioners, and CDC researchers is paramount. This is a real issue that needs to be openly and widely discussed in the medical community.
Please know when vaccinating your children or elderly, there are some considerations to help mitigate adverse reactions that can be discussed with your practitioner.
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  1. […] Do you guys remember Mandy?  She’s the Mom who wrote this heart-wrenching guest post here a while back:  Healing Kids with Real Food: Our Story of Fostering Children, Cancer, and Adoption.  And here’s her post from today:  What to know when vaccinating! […]

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