One Of The Biggest Questions About Getting Vaccinated

Posted On March 11, 2021 at 12:44 pm by / No Comments

One Of The Biggest Questions About Getting Vaccinated

Many people have contacted us with questions about getting vaccinated.  One of the biggest questions was how to prepare their bodies for vaccines and how to minimize side effects. Here is what we suggest

 Postpone vaccination if you are ill or were ill in the previous two weeks

Preparation

  • YWB Immune Support OR Echinacea
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin C – pre-treat 5 days before
  • Vitamin A – pre-treat 3 days before
  • Immediately after vaccination – wipe with alcohol, apply mineral poultice
  • Few teaspoons of colloidal silver daily for a few weeks
  • High antioxidants etc. to protect your immune system from the vaccine possible side effects

On the day

  • YWB Immune Support OR Echinacea
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin A
  • Immediately after vaccination – wipe with alcohol, apply mineral poultice
  • Few teaspoons of colloidal silver

Ongoing

  • YWB Immune Support OR Echinacea
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin C
  • Few teaspoons of colloidal silver daily for a few weeks
  • High antioxidants etc. to protect your immune system from the vaccine possible side effects
  • Horsetail

When to Use Echinacea Root

Echinacea root contains the highest levels of the immune stimulating alkylamides so Echinacea root preparations should be used when strong immune modulating activity is required.

Such indications would include:

  • Prophylaxis and treatment of infectious conditions such as influenza, colds and septic processes, particularly those of a chronic or recurrent nature.
  • Treatment of allergies, mild septicaemia, skin disorders such as psoriasis.
  • To alleviate temporary weakness of the body’s defences; to reduce the immune depletion caused by chemotherapy.
  • States of weakened or suppressed immunity such as post-viral syndromes.
  • Autoimmune diseases

The three major groups of active constituents occurring in Echinacea are the caffeic acid derivatives, polysaccharides and the lipophilic components (mainly alkylamides and polyacetylenes).

The alkylamides cause a characteristic tingling in the mouth.

The level of certain active constituents can vary markedly (even being reduced to zero) depending upon the time of harvest and the quality of postharvest handling (especially drying).

The root contains:

  • alkylamides: present in E. angustifolia (0.3–1.2%) and E. purpurea (0.3–0.8%) and largely absent from E. pallida;
  • caffeic acid esters including echinacoside (0.4–1.0% in E. angustifolia, not present in E. purpurea), cichoric acid (significant quantities in E. purpurea only: 0.7–1.5%) and cynarin (in E. angustifolia only). The aerial parts contain alkylamides in smaller quantities than in the roots (0.01–0.03% in E. purpurea). The main caffeic acid ester present in E. purpurea flowering tops is cichoric acid (0.7–2.5%).

Immune Support
Specifically formulated to support your immune system
Available Now

YWB – Immune Support  Contains :

  • Astragalus membranaceous
  • l-lysine
  • ginseng
  • egcg
  • licorice
  • N-acetyl-cysteine

Horsetail herb :

Post vaccination, contains silica which helps excrete aluminium

dr-golding-350

Book Your Appointment Today
011 718 3004 / 011 483 1080

Visit Dr Golding’s Online Store

Read Next
Women experiencing uterine fibroids should consider the following recommendations: Restrict…