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Gardasil's Dangerous Metal

Tuesday, 17 May 2011 11:07 AM

Question: What is the best protocol for ridding the body of the metals that come from the Gardasil vaccine?

Dr. Blaylock's Answer:

Not only is the value of the Gardasil vaccine in preventing cervical cancer unproven, but the vaccination is very dangerous. So far, 92 young girls have died and thousands have been injured by it.

The most dangerous metal in the vaccine is aluminum, of which it has very high doses. Aluminum is not chelated (bound chemically) by the usual agents. But magnesium has been shown to neutralize the toxicity of aluminum and to remove it from the brain.

New studies have shown that curcumin also neutralizes aluminum toxicity and may even remove it from the body. Curcumin is best absorbed if mixed with extra-virgin olive oil. The usual dose for someone older than 12 years is 500 mg mixed with a tablespoon of the oil and ingested with food. This dose can be taken three times a day. You can mix the curcumin and oil with your food.

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