Are there home remedies for Whooping Cough? Whooping Cough is in the news right now and it seems like parents (at least around me) have been worried about it for months. I have a friend who isolated her newborn baby back in August because whooping cough was circulating. It is still circulating today and not getting any better. If I had a newborn baby right now I would definitely be limiting social gatherings and events. Of course, babies have pretty good immune systems when fed properly. There are great home remedies for whooping cough that are supportive and helpful.
This newer evolving strain of whooping cough seems to be more virulent that the “older strain” (the one included in the vaccine). Vaccine Manufacturers are not focusing on this minor detail (my sarcasm- it is a HUGE deal in my opinion!). Instead they are provoking fear and worry, which of course increases vaccination rates and big profits. Win/Win for the vaccine company, and a BIG lose/ lose for you and your family. You are getting a vaccine that will not protect you against this strain, you send your kids to school, and they catch whooping cough. You are like “What the HECK?!?!” Whatever happened to vaccine scientists following through on promises or guarantees? Like the supposed guarantee that if you vaccinate then you will be healthier! Looks like whooping cough vaccine is loosing its reputation (or whatever you want to call it) and I am here to help spread the word. There are no guarantees when it comes to health. There are no promises when it comes to preventative care either. Do your own research and follow your instincts.
Check out this article over a Natural News to learn more about the new Whooping Cough Strain and why the vaccine isn’t working.
Ways to beat Whooping Cough Naturally:
Healthy diet is the FIRST and most important.
Limit Sugar/ Soda/ Treats/ Processed Foods
Rest, Sleep, Vitamin C
In health and happiness,
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