Vaccines DPT vaccines
''1937 Dr. Jungeblut demonstrates that ascorbate (Vit C) inactivated tetanus toxin.'' ~ Andrew W. Saul
[The vaccine is all about money as the Vitamin C cure proves.]
Citations (adverse reactions, Tetanus vaccine)
Adverse reactions (Tetanus vaccine)
Letters. Immunisation does not rule out tetanus BMJ 2000;320:383 ( 5 February )
[2010 Oct] Tetanus in Dog cured with Hypericum homeopathic remedy
[vid] Dr. Humphries on tetanus, immunity and epigenetics Dr. Suzanne Humphries speaks on tetanus, about the disease, how to treat the disease and how to protect from tetanus. She goes through cases of vaccinated groups, that still developed tetanus, which shows that tetanus vaccine is not a guarantee to protect from the disease. She also goes through the term herd immunity and how epigenetics function and could be affected by vaccination.
 The Golden Calf by Charles W. Forward
Vitamin C cure:
Dey PK, Efficiency of vitamin C in counteracting tetanus toxin toxicity, Naturwissenchaften, 1966; 53:310.
Vitamin C and Tetanus in Animal Studies: a Systematic Review
In 1935, Jungeblut showed that vitamin C inactivated diphtheria toxin. (Jungeblut
CW, Zwemer RL. Inactivation of diphtheria toxin in vivo and in vitro by
crystalline vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Proc Soc Exper Biol Med 1935;
By 1937, Jungeblut demonstrated that ascorbate inactivated tetanus toxin. (Jungeblut CW. Inactivation of tetanus toxin by crystalline vitamin C (l-ascorbic acid). J Immunol 1937;33:203-214.)
Dr. Levy cites literature that shows vitamin C can completely reverse and clinically cure advanced poisonings from agents such as tetanus toxin, mushroom toxin, barbiturates, snakebite venom, and heavy metals like lead, to name only a few. Because of this toxin-neutralizing ability, Dr. Levy further notes that the scientific evidence supports vitamin C as being an ideal agent for treating many of the infectious diseases that also produce very potent toxins, such as diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (whooping cough). ---- Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases, and Toxins: Curing the Incurable---Thomas E. Levy, M.D., J.D.
[1971 Klenner, F.] Observations of the dose and administration of ascorbic acid when employed beyond the range of a vitamin in human pathology. Journal of Applied Nutrition 23(3&4):6l-88 The use of ascorbic acid with Tolserol in the treatment of Tetanus should be accepted as universal treatment. Here again the dose must be proper. Our case as reported will serve as a guide in making these calculations. Ascorbic acid along with Para-Aminobenzoic acid is curative in Trichinosis. Both drugs are administered by mouth. It is estimated that at least 5 million cases of chronic Trichinosis exists in the United States. Just nine days of treatment would return these individuals to normal. In our cases 10 grams ascorbic acid was given daily and Para-Aminobenzoic acid was employed in high range. Four to six grams to start then three grams every 2 hours for eight times. For the remainder of the nine day schedule it was given 3 grams every two hours during the day and every three hours during the night.
Russell L. Blaylock, M.D.
Preparing Tetanus Toxoid at Connaught Laboratories, 1968