Official Statement of VaxxGuard’s
Approach to Vaccines
The controversy over vaccines has impacted us on all levels, any place where people gather - schools, work, places of worship, shopping - you name it, there are concerns. To address those concerns, one must first take a broad view of the issues.
Vaccines are mandated by state governments and despite the reassurance of physicians and governmental bodies, including the CDC, many parents remain skeptical and are afraid that their child could be injured by a vaccine.
As we all know, vaccines work. They have all but eliminated the usual childhood diseases. The debate is not about whether they work or not, it is about safety. The medical world claims that in 18 studies, vaccines have been found to be safe and that there is no association with autism or any other chronic disease.
However, we do know that VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System), with the statement of the Supreme Court of the US stated that “…vaccines are unavoidably unsafe.” Further support comes from the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP) which has paid out almost $5 billion as compensation to vaccine injured children and their families. The NVICP claims that only 1% of injuries are addressed. (The NVICP was created after the Supreme Court of the US forbade civil penalties to be claimed for any vaccine-related injury, making the pharmaceutical industry free from oversight and accountability.)
Parents are noting that there are increasing reports of adverse reactions to the vaccines, including permanent brain damage and death. These anecdotes, coupled with increasing numbers of vaccines (currently the US has the highest vaccination requirements in the world with 72 required vaccines in early childhood), has many parents concerned and some even refusing to vaccinate their children.
Simply put, many parents are scared and confused.
In response to the growing resistance of many parents to vaccinate their children, and the pressing need to protect the populace, many state governments are now requiring all children to have all vaccines to attend school. In the meantime, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) is authorizing increasing numbers of vaccines and recommending all citizens to get more vaccines and boosters. This will be further emphasized with the latest outbreak of the Corona Virus.
Physicians are being challenged daily by parents as they try to reassure their patients that the vaccines are safe, but patients remain skeptical, and even many physicians are beginning to question the safety of vaccines.
As a consequence of this debate our communities are divided over the issue of vaccine safety with both sides unreasonably digging in their heels causing schisms in schools, communities and even families.
Regardless of which side of the debate you are on, the reality is that many parents are concerned about the safety of vaccines for their children. Pediatricians deal with parents’ fears on a daily basis and the only tools they have to allay their fears are to create more fear (i.e. the threat of impending disaster from the resurgence of childhood diseases; warning them how sick their child can get, etc.), to threaten to reject the child from their practice or to emphasize the consequences of social isolation. In the meantime, documentaries, websites, groups, and chatrooms are creating more doubt and concern over the safety of vaccines.
As a rule, it seems that most of the obvious vaccine injuries begin within a month of getting the vaccine. A study published in Frontiers in Psychiatry in 2017 entitled Temporal Association of Certain Neuropsychiatric Disorders Following Vaccination of Children and Adolescents: A Pilot Case-Control Study noted that injuries from the flu shot can take up to 3 months to surface and include OCD, anxiety disorders, chronic tic disorders, ADHD, depression, and bipolar disorder.  The ability to provide protection during that critical time would decrease the injury rate, comfort the parents and provide the physician with a tool to assuage the fears of the parents.
To create safety, we first had to answer the question: What are possible causes of the adverse reactions with vaccines? The consensus of many (but not all) researchers is that some of the adverse events stem from the additives, most notably the adjuvants. Adjuvants are added to many vaccines to heighten the immune system’s response to the viral or bacterial part of the vaccine. The most commonly used adjuvant is aluminum. Injected aluminum has been shown to be a neurotoxin (i.e. it directly harms the brain). This means increased susceptibility to neurologic issues such as neurodevelopment disorders, ADHD, behavior problems, decreased cognition, and learning disabilities. The heightened immune response from the adjuvants was felt to be responsible for autoimmune diseases such as arthritis, type1 diabetes, asthma, and lupus, to name a few.
Another possibility is the inflammatory response to vaccines. It is well accepted that some children will get sick for a few days after getting vaccinated. Many of the reactions can be traced to a type of white blood cell response, the mast cells, that releases histamine and other factors. If you can think of how antihistamines help us when we have an allergic reaction, you can understand how histamine will make you feel. The flu-like symptoms that can occur after a vaccine is in part due to the histamine release from mast cells.
Based on the above, we realized that a product is needed that is safe and well-tolerated. It must be suitable for newborns as well as adults. It must be convenient to take and affordable. It must provide protection to both the nervous system and the immune system without decreasing the effectiveness of vaccines.
VaxxGuard is designed to limit the direct irritation to the nervous and immune systems without decreasing the effectiveness of the vaccines. It is also designed to protect the brain and liver from the adjuvants and to help the body’s own detoxification system be more efficient in ridding the body of the unwanted elements. In addition, VaxxGuard quells the inflammatory reactions that can be so caustic and annoying to the body.
Additional benefits of VaxxGuard includes modifying allergic-type reactions and enhancement of the body’s inherent antioxidant systems.
How does it work?
Our blend of nutraceuticals is designed to counteract the side-effects of the adjuvants in 4 ways:
1. Binding aluminum safely so that it will prevent its caustic effects while allowing for it to remain effective as an adjuvant
2. Increasing glutathione in the brain and liver, enhancing the ability of the brain to resist the inflammatory reaction to the adjuvants
3. Enhancing the body’s own ability to detoxify from the adjuvants successfully eliminating unwanted toxins and become less reactive to the vaccines.
4. Stabilizing the body’s immune response to decrease over-reacting to the vaccine
VaxxGuard is safe for all ages, from the newborn to the adult. Doses are easily adjusted to weight and age.
VaxxGuard comes in a powder that readily dissolves in liquids, such as mother’s milk, infant formula, juices or water 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.
VaxxGuard is taken beginning 1-2 weeks before vaccines are given and continued for at least 4-5 weeks after the vaccine is received. The 6-week course is less than $50 to the consumer. In addition, parents are advised to continue with 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.
VaxxGuard is the only product of its kind, scientifically designed to enable the safe administration of vaccines and provide for better health for all.
Please note: we are not pro-vaccine or anti-vaccine. We are sensitive to the laws that benefit individuals as well as society while respecting individual human rights.
 Temporal Association of Certain Neuropsychiatric Disorders Following Vaccination of Children and Adolescents: A Pilot Case–Control Study, Front. Psychiatry, 19 January 2017