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20 Jun 2013 @ 05:04AM

i would have her carry a few kinds of antibiotics for emergency. forget the vaccines. i would boil or cook everything.

for malaria, look into this ...



19 Jun 2013 @ 10:56AM

I wouldn't bother. I contracted Hep A (infectious) in Mexico from either dirty water or (most probably) dirty hands handling my restaurant salads. If she's 'going bush', she's got more of a chance of staying healthy. I cured my Hep A (inadvertently at first) by avoiding all dairy, meat, alcohol and synthetics (including medication, non plant-based supplements).. anything that made the liver work hard. She should take a vegetable wash, or strong vinegar, if she's worried about who touches her uncooked food. And make sure she washes her own hands.

There are always holistic methods to help anyone who becomes sick; but becoming sick from vaccines has a far more devastating effect on the body, in my opinion. She should simply be of the mind that she will be perfectly all right and stay well; that is a powerful 'vaccine' of itself.



18 Jun 2013 @ 23:48PM

Hi, I have a 17 year old daughter who is going to travel to Madagascar for a 3 week trip which will involve trekking in remote areas. I am really worried about the vaccines recommended as I remember how poorly she was for several months after receiving 6 vaccinations at once when she first started school. I have gone through those recommended and decided that Hep B is probably not necessary given how it is transmitted, that leaves Hep A and Typhoid which can be given combined. I cannot find any information about how likely it is contract these diseases so am torn but feel that I should get the vaccine done due to the seriousness of the illnesses. Does anyone have any advice on this.

Many thanks

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