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Vaccinations, Inoculations and Ascorbic Acid

C. Alan B. Clemetson, M.D.
Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, Vol. 14, No. 3, 1999

Discussed in the article:

  • Occurrences of rare severe reactions or deaths after infant vaccinations and the importance of prevention.
  • The link between vitamin C status, histamine levels, and resistance to toxins in animals and humans.
  • The increase in blood histamine levels after vaccines, and the role of vitamin C in reducing histamine levels and mortality post-vaccination

Recommendations include:

  • postponing vaccination of severely ill infants
  • vitamin C supplementation before vaccinations, especially for compromised infants
  • using vitamin C injections for post-vaccination reactions

“The writer does not dispute the need for these inoculations, but suggests that the inoculation of debilitated infants should either be postponed, or they should be given the benefit of a sizeable vitamin C boost (500 mg), at the same time, or some time before these inoculations, to protect them against these bacterial toxins.”

“Vitamin C should be given by injection for adverse events after vaccination.”

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