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Many people get vaccines without understanding the potential damage they may cause until later in life. For example, parents sometimes vaccinate their children, only to find out later that vaccinated children have higher rates of infections, allergies, brain cancer, and immune deficiency disorders. (1)

Fear-driven medical language has driven many people to get the HPV vaccine without understanding its fertility risks. One study found there was a lowered probability of pregnancy in women aged 25-29 who had received the HPV vaccine. (2)

Millions of people opt for flu shots every fall and winter (even though this year’s flu shot is predicted to be only 20% “effective”).

The question arises, what can you do to support your body if you’ve received vaccines in the past? How can you equip your body with the tools and support it needs to detoxify? Is there such a thing as a vaccine detox? The short answer is yes!

Why Do You Need a Vaccine Detox?

A vaccine detox is important for people who have gotten vaccines because of the inherent toxicity of vaccines along with the volatility of heavy metals and other inorganic compounds. Some of us might have a stronger reaction to a vaccine than others depending on allergies, inflammation levels, and individual toxic load. One person may have a totally different reaction than another, but it can be from the same trigger: the vaccine. Many people are even allergic to components of vaccines, such as eggs and metals. This causes even further trauma to the body.

Everyone’s body should be detoxifying all the time, but some of us have a harder time based on our toxic load or inflammation. Toxins build up when the body’s detoxification mechanisms can’t keep up with the cellular wastes or the absorption of toxins from the intestines. Simply put, this means garbage is coming in faster than your body can process it and safely remove it from the body. Vaccines include toxins that don’t belong in the body. These toxins can build up in the liver and other organs, further impeding the body’s natural function and detox process.

What Are Some of Those Toxins?

Specific toxins vary depending on the vaccine, so you should be sure to read the insert. The following ingredients are present in many vaccines and can be found on the CDC website. (3)

  • Aluminum
  • Egg protein
  • Formaldehyde
  • Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
  • Thimerosal

Vaccine Detox: 6 Things You Need to Know

Testing is Necessary to Protect the Body

To guide an individual’s detox at The Wellness Way, we would start with testing to see what their body needs and how their body is functioning. If someone is having a reaction, we need to find out where the inflammation is coming from. The only way to know is to test. Detoxing too soon can cause existing problems to intensify. That’s why we do the testing to find out where an individual’s body is at and how to prepare it for a detox. Once they are ready, we would then do what we can to support the detoxification process and liver pathways.

Remove Toxic Foods and Other Chemical Toxins

The human body can’t heal if it’s being bombarded with other toxins. We encourage our patients to remove chemicals from their everyday lives by swapping personal products, cookware, household cleaners, laundry detergent, and other commonly used items for cleaner versions. We also recommend a practitioner-guided 30-day detox to put dietary focus on healing, removing inflammatory foods, and reducing toxic load even further.

Add Healthy Fats

Because heavy metals are attracted to fat, it is important to add healthy fat, like fish oil, to help transport them out of the body. Adding healthy fats to the diet is a way to assist in the removal of toxins from fat cells and organs like the brain.

Supplements to Support Detoxification

Based on a patient’s individual testing and allergies, we also recommend supplements that support that patient’s individual body. We would use supplements to help support the detoxification process, build glutathione, and others customized to the patient that are going to maximize their detoxification pathways. There are also supplements and foods that bind to metals in the body. Activated charcoal, chlorella, cilantro, garlic, and other binders will help grab those heavy metals and sweep them out of the body.

Get Chiropractic Adjustments

Chiropractic care is a very helpful addition to a detox, as it supports optimal function of the nervous system. The nervous system is the body’s signaling system that instructs the body what to do. That includes instructing organs in the detoxification process. An adjustment is another way to decrease inflammation that can inhibit the detox process.

Massage, Sauna, Light Exercise, and Detox Baths

During a vaccine detox, it is important to keep blood moving. Techniques like massage, sauna, light exercise, and detox baths can assist the body during the detox. Massage helps move toxins out of muscles and tissues into the lymphatic system, where they can be properly drained. Light exercise (like walking and stretching) gets the body moving driving stress or inflammation. Epsom salt baths and saunas help pull toxins out of the body through increasing heart rate and sweat production.

A Vaccine Detox is Important

Everyone who has had a vaccine needs a vaccine detox to support the body and its best function. It takes time to undo years of toxic build-up. Every individual is different, so that is why we always recommend consulting a proficient practitioner who will test to find out how your body is functioning.



Dr. Patrick talks with the Wild Doc about vaccines in this video.


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Disclaimer: This content is for educational purposes only. It’s not intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your Wellness Way clinic or personal physician, especially if currently taking prescription or over-the-counter medications. Pregnant women, in particular, should seek the advice of a physician before trying any herb or supplement listed on this website. Always speak with your individual clinic before adding any medication, herb, or nutritional supplement to your health protocol. Information and statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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