Frequently asked questions
How does VaxxGuard work?
The proprietary blend of nutraceuticals is designed to counteract the side-effects of the adjuvants in 3 ways.
- Binding aluminum safely and gently so that it will prevent its caustic effects while allowing for it to remain effective as an adjuvant
- Increasing glutathione in the brain and liver, enhancing the ability of the brain to resist the inflammatory reaction to the adjuvants, thereby decreasing the chance of neuroinflammation
- Enhancing the body’s own ability to detoxify from the adjuvants successful in eliminating unwanted toxins and be less reactive to the vaccines.
- Modifying allergic type reactions and
- Enhancement of the body’s inherent anti-oxidant systems.
When should I give VaxxGuard to my child?
VaxxGuard is taken beginning 1-2 weeks before vaccines are given and should be continued for at least 4-5 weeks after the vaccine is received. Parents are advised to continue with the VaxxGuard throughout the vaccinating period to further lessen the chance of vaccine related injury. It can also serve as a means of protecting their child from other toxins.
How is VaxxGuard administered?
VaxGuard comes in two forms: a powder that readily dissolves in liquids, such as mother’s milk or formula for infants and as a tasty chewable tablet for toddlers and older children. The dose is modifiable as the powder can be measured and the chewable form is dosed as 1-4 tablets, depending upon the child’s age and weight.
Is VaxxGuard safe for newborns?
VaxGuard is safe for all ages, from the newborn to the adult. Doses are easily adjusted according to weight.
What is the proper dosage for my child?
Are there any studies showing that VaxxGuard protects children from the side effects of vaccines?
What are the vaccine-related injuries that VaxxGuard is trying to prevent?
The aim is to prevent neurologic injury as is described in an article by Douglas L. Leslie et. al entitled Temporal Association of Certain Neuropsychiatric Disorders Following Vaccination of Children and Adolescents: A Pilot Case-Control Study, they conclude " These findings provide preliminary epidemiologic evidence that the onset of some pediatric-onset neuropsychiatric disorders, including AN (anorexia nervosa), OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder), anxiety disorders, and tic disorders, may be temporally related to prior vaccinations". In other words, vaccines have been linked, in some cases, to permanent brain injury resulting in behavior changes that can significantly impact their lives.
Do the benefits of VaxxGuard apply to adults as well as children?
Yes! VaxxGuard is for all ages.
Will VaxxGuard work AFTER getting the vaccine?
Yes, continue taking it for a full 6 weeks.