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Peanut Allergies



Peanut allergies were not very common when I was young.  Now you see children with peanut allergies everywhere that there is a group of kids.  It’s practically epidemic.  Why is it that everywhere that you go now you see rules about peanuts and signs about peanut allergies?  Something must be different now.

In the 1940’s penicillin became popular.  Initially it was found that when penicillin was injected into people that is was quickly removed by the body.  It would only last about 2 hours.  To prolong the effects of the antibiotic, additives called excipients became necessary.  Refined oils worked best, acting as sort of a time release formula  to make the penicillin stay in the body longer so that it was more effective.  Peanut oil worked well, was readily available and was inexpensive and quickly became the favorite.  Allergy to peanuts coincidentally started appearing in the community.  Considering the upside -- life threatening bacterial infections being handled, it was still a good deal, a worthwhile risk.  Only after antibiotics began being handed out like candy for every little illness (whether or not it was actually called for) in the 1950’s did peanut allergies start to be considered more problematic.  

In the mid 1960’s the use of peanut oil as an excipeint was carried over to vaccines.  It was again used as a time release formula to enhance the vaccine strength.  By 1980 it was the preferred excipient in vaccines even though the dangers of allergic response were well documented at the time.  Predictably peanut allergies became fairly common in the 1980’s.  In the 1990’s there was a sudden surge of children reacting to peanuts.  The mandated schedule of vaccines for children doubled from 20 mandated vaccines in the 80’s to 40 mandated vaccines in the 90’s.  In 2011 there were 68 mandated vaccines.  Peanut allergies rose in direct relation to the amount of vaccination.

Incidentaly, the word allergy came into common use after it was coined by a scientist who researched “serum sickness” in the late 1800’s named Dr. Clemens Von Piroquet.  The entire field of modern allergy evolved from the early study of serum sickness, reactions that happened in association with serums or vaccines.  Von Piroquet recognized that vaccines had two primary effects 1) immunization and 2) hypersensitivity.  He said that they were inseparable.  It was a matter of the good outweighing the bad.  The price for mass immunity was mass hypersensitivity.  Medicine has decided that this double effect should not be publicized.  In 1977 the first study of peanut allergies was undertaken.  It was a study of peanut excipients in vaccines.  Soon afterwards and as a result of the attention from the study manufacturers were no longer required to disclose what was in the adjuvants (excipents and additives) in vaccines.

       If injections of peanut oil can cause peanut allergies, what about the other things that are in the vaccinations.  Might they cause allergies too?
The most common allergies are milk and eggs followed by nuts including peanuts, then soy and fish.  Casein, which is milk protein, is in the Hepatitis B shot that is often given to children before they leave the hospital.  Chick embryos are part of several vaccinations including the MMR vaccine and flue shots. Chick embryos are eggs.  Soy peptones are in the Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine which is given at approximately two months of age, about a month before soy allergies start showing up in children.  Other additives include calf serum, pork gelatin, neomycin, yeast and monosodium glutamate.

        It comes back to, does the good outweigh the bad?  Is it worse to suffer from an illness that is uncomfortable for a short period of time, that has a low mortality rate and leaves the person stronger with a natural permanent immunity or is it worse to suffer from a condition that will affect a person for their entire life that can possible have severe anaphylactic life threatening reactions?

It’s up to each person to choose.  I think that each person has a right to know what they are choosing however.  Regardless, the individuals that are in the most danger from the diseases that are vaccinated against are the ones that are weak and nutritionally deficient.  Cause and Effect Muscle Testing remedies this to make you stronger against diseases of all types.
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Dr Dave Murdock DC
Sources
      Heather Frasier, The Peanut Allergy Epidemic, Skyhorse 2011 
      Tim O’Shea, Vaccination is not immunization, thedoctorwithin 2013
      Barbara Feick Gregory, Vaccines are the Major Cause of Food Allergies, InsidersHealth.com 2710

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