What You Should Know About Vaccines, Viruses, and Retroviruses such as Measles and Polio and How to Treat Holistically

There’s a lot of hype and controversy around vaccines, but specifically around measles and polio. So let’s talk about vaccines for a minute before I go into how to treat these naturally. Viruses are essentially amoebas with programmable DNA and RNA with a delivery vector with a protein encapsulate that gets inserted into them that tell them what to do and how to behave. Most of our genetic code in our bodies is from viruses and every time you vaccinate you are putting genetic information into your body. Along with a dead or live virus, you have aborted fetal cells and a cocktail of other ingredients such as bovine serum and formaldehyde. You can see a list of the ingredients in vaccines on the CDC website Here.

Some theorize that most viruses today (especially the returning viruses such as polio and measles), if not all, are man-made using nanotechnology. Why synthesize viruses?? Well, you can’t make money on vaccines unless there’s a virus for it.

Here’s just a snip-it from an article on Wikipedia on Synthetic virology (yes there is such a thing):

“Synthetic virology is a branch of virology engaged specifically in the study and engineering of synthetic, man-made viruses. It is a multidisciplinary research field at the intersection of virology, synthetic biology, computational biology, and DNA nanotechnology, from which it borrows and integrates its concepts and methodologies. There is a wide range of applications for synthetic viral technology such as medical treatments, investigative tools, and reviving organisms.
The first man-made infectious viruses generated without any natural template were of the polio virus and the φX174 bacteriophage.

  • First synthetic polio virus (2002) – http://www.sciencemag.org/content/297/5583/1016
  • First synthetic bacteriophage, φX174 (2003) – http://www.pnas.org/content/100/26/15440.full
  • Codagenix – Synthetic virology technology to investigate novel vaccine strategies
  • SynVaccine – Synthetic virology technology to investigate novel vaccine strategies
  • West Nanorobotics – Metamorphic phage vector MV-28 (2019), Chimeric bacteriophage MV-3 (2018), extremophile chickenpox vector CPV-2 (2017), and multivalent viral vector MRHHS MV-5 (2016), synthetic virology technology to investigate anti-bacterial viruses and gene therapy vectors for cancer”

PubMed.gov notes an article stating, “Viruses are real, virus species are man-made, taxonomic constructions.” The full contents of this article can be found Here.

Here are some other interesting articles about man-made viruses you may also find interesting:
* RNA Viruses Are Being Exposed As Man-made And Vaccines Are The Carriers Spreading Disease Without Any Visible Signs
* The Origin of AIDS and HIV May Not Be What You Have Learned
* Manmade spread of parasites and diseases of bees
* Containing the Risks of Bioengineered Super Viruses

Now vaccines often carry a retrovirus with it. These retroviruses are different from viruses in that they sit in the human body and attach themselves to different tissues. These retroviruses are often from animals, but can be human in origin as well – see bovine leukemia and Borrelia (Lyme disease). The animal retroviruses have to be injected in order to get into humans. Retroviruses sit dormant until they are activated or expressed by stressors in our environment. Stressors could include anything from illness to too much toxicity in the body. Once activated, these retroviruses cause a plethora of chronic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases from Hashimoto’s disease, psychosis, to cancers. Dr. Judy A. Mikovitz has done a ton of research on this topic. I encourage you to study her work.

So now that you have some background on what a virus is and vaccines, you can see why I say that vaccines are NOT necessary, they just aren’t.

Most illnesses/diseases caused by viruses or retroviruses are a result of a vitamin deficiencies, toxicity in the body, heavy metals, and a poor microbiome (gut health) and are totally preventable if we maintain these vitamins in our bodies, live a life of detox and healthy organic nutrition, along with maintaining that good gut flora for digestion. Immunity starts in the gut after all. We have an amazing immune system and given the right tools, we can heal ourselves.


What does measles do to the immune system?

Measles virus is spread from person to person through the air in coughed-out aerosolized droplets that are inhaled. The virus typically first comes in contact with host lung tissue, where it infects immune cells called macrophages and dendritic cells, which serve as an early defense and warning system. From there, the infected cells migrate to the lymph nodes where they transfer the virus to B and T cells. A surface protein on these white blood cells, known as CD150, serves as the virus’s point of entry during this critical step. The infected B and T cells then migrate throughout the body releasing virus particles into the blood. The spleen, lymph nodes, liver, thymus, skin, and lungs are eventual destinations for the virus. In rare instances (about one in 1000 cases), the virus can cross the blood-brain barrier and cause dangerous swelling of the brain; infection of lung cells causes a hacking cough that keeps the virus circulating in the population.” – Sciencemag.org

“Signs and Symptoms

Measles is associated with the following signs and symptoms:

  • Moderate-to-high fever
  • Conjunctivitis (red, irritated eyes)
  • Cough
  • Sore throat, hoarseness
  • Runny nose
  • Red spots with bluish-white centers (called Koplik spots) on the inside of the mouth
  • Red, blotchy, itchy rash, which begins on the face and then spreads
  • Enlarged lymph nodes
  • Rarely (1 in 1,000 cases), extreme drowsiness, seizure, or coma, suggesting the involvement of the central nervous system
  • Gastrointestinal symptoms, including diarrhea, vomiting, and abdominal pain (these symptoms are less common)” – Owensborohealth

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends administration of an oral dose of 200,000 IU (or 100,000 IU in infants) of vitamin A per day for two days to children with measles. This has shown to be an effective treatment according to a study done by PubMed.org.


The following are some herbal recommendations for measles from Owensborohealth:


Herbs may help strengthen and tone the body’s systems. As with any therapy, you should work with your health care provider before starting treatment. Most herbs are not suitable for pregnant or nursing women unless prescribed by a specialist. You may use herbs as dried extracts (capsules, powders, or teas), glycerites (glycerine extracts), or tinctures (alcohol extracts). Unless otherwise indicated, make teas with 1 tsp. herb per cup of hot water. Steep covered 5 to 10 minutes for leaf or flowers, and 10 to 20 minutes for roots. Drink 2 to 4 cups per day. You may use tinctures alone or in combination as noted. The herbs listed below are to help support immunity while providing antibacterial and antiviral support. DO NOT give herbs to children unless prescribed by their physician. (For children and infants, I recommend a mixture of thyme and catnip: 1/4 tsp of each per quart jar. Let steep with a covered lid till cool. Do not give more than this a day.)

  • Green tea (Camellia sinensis) standardized extract, 250 to 500 mg daily, for antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune effects. Use caffeine-free products. You may also prepare teas from the leaf of this herb. Green tea may worsen anemia and potentially glaucoma.
  • Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum). High doses of Reishi can have blood pressure-lowering and blood-thinning effects, and may dangerously increase the effect of blood-thinning medications, such as warfarin (Coumadin) and aspirin. Reishi is only suitable for short-term use. DO NOT take reishi for more than one month at a time. If you have any form of liver disease, check with your physician before taking reishi.
  • Cat’s claw (Uncaria tomentosa), for inflammation and antiviral activity. Cat’s claw can interfere with a variety of medications. Speak with your doctor. Cat’s claw can have deleterious effects in patients with Leukemia and autoimmune disease.
  • Phyllanthus (Phyllanthus amarus) standardized extract, 200 mg, 2 to 4 times daily for antiviral effects. Phyllanthus can interact with lithium and diabetes medications. Phyllanthus may slow blood clotting and therefore can interact with blood-thinning medications, such as warfarin (Coumadin) and aspirin, among others. It may also lower blood sugar so check with your doctor if you have blood sugar abnormalities.

To reduce itching from the rash, use witch hazel (Hamamelis virginia) topically or add oatmeal to a bath.


  • Aconitum, for symptoms that come on suddenly including fever, conjunctivitis, dry cough, and restlessness. It is best used very early in the course of the disease.
  • Apis mellifica, for individuals with swollen lips and eyes and a rash that is not fully developed. Warmth increases itchiness as well as swelling.
  • Belladonna, can be used either during the early stages of measles or after the rash has erupted. It is useful for those who have difficulty sleeping and symptoms that include fever, headache, and drowsiness.
  • Bryonia, for individuals with a delayed rash who have a dry, painful cough, headaches, and muscle pain that worsens with movement and warmth. This remedy is most appropriate for people with a rash primarily on the chest, a dry mouth, and a desire for cold drinks.
  • Euphrasia, for nasal discharge, red eyes, and tears associated with measles. This remedy is most appropriate for people who have a strong sensitivity to light.
  • Gelsemium, for the early stages of measles, when there is a slow onset of fever and chilliness, cough, headache, weakness, and watery nasal discharge that burns the upper lip. This remedy is most appropriate for people who are apathetic and have little or no thirst.
  • Pulsatilla, can be used at any stage of the measles but often used after the fever has resolved. This remedy is most appropriate for people who may have thick, yellow nasal discharge, dry cough at night, productive cough in the daytime, and mild ear pain. Symptoms are frequently mild.
  • Sulphur, for measles in which the skin has a purplish appearance. The individual for whom this remedy is appropriate may have red mucous membranes with a cough and diarrhea that is worse in the mornings.


“Poliomyelitis is a viral disease. There are three types of poliovirus and many strains of each type. The virus enters through the mouth and multiplies in the throat and gastrointestinal tract then moves into the bloodstream and is carried to the central nervous system where it replicates and destroys the motor neuron cells. Motor neurons control the muscles for swallowing, circulation, respiration, and the trunk, arms, and legs.

Human nerve cells have a protruding protein structure on their surface whose precise function is unknown. When poliovirus encounters the nerve cells, the protruding receptors attach to the virus particle, and the infection begins. Once inside the cell, the virus hijacks the cell’s assembly process and makes thousands of copies of itself in hours. The virus kills the cell and then spreads to infect other cells.” – amhistory.si.edu


Although polio can cause paralysis and death, the majority of people who are infected with the virus don’t get sick and aren’t aware they’ve been infected.

Nonparalytic polio

Some people who develop symptoms from the poliovirus contract a type of polio that doesn’t lead to paralysis (abortive polio). This usually causes the same mild, flu-like signs and symptoms typical of other viral illnesses.

Signs and symptoms, which can last up to 10 days, include:

  • Fever
  • Sore throat
  • Headache
  • Vomiting
  • Fatigue
  • Back pain or stiffness
  • Neck pain or stiffness
  • Pain or stiffness in the arms or legs
  • Muscle weakness or tenderness

Paralytic polio

This most serious form of the disease is rare. Initial signs and symptoms of paralytic polio, such as fever and headache, often mimic those of nonparalytic polio. Within a week, however, other signs and symptoms appear, including:

  • Loss of reflexes
  • Severe muscle aches or weakness
  • Loose and floppy limbs (flaccid paralysis)” – mayoclinic.org


  • Vitamin C in massive doses – given every two to four hours. The initial dose should be 1000 to 2000 mg., depending on age. No temperature response after the second hour should be taken to indicate the second 1000 or 2000 mg. If there is a drop in fever after two hours, two more hours should be allowed before the second dose. This schedule should be followed for 24 hours. After this time the fever should be consistently down, so Vitamin C can be given 1000 to 2000 mg every six hours for the next 48 hours.
  • If there is a relapse the Vitamin C should be continued for at least 48 hours longer—1000 to 2000 mg. every eight to 12 hours. Check out this PubMed article on Vitamin C deficiency and polio and as well as this study done by Fred R. Klenner, M.D.
  • Take 800 IU Vitamin D daily – this will prevent the virus from entering the central nervous system.
  • Thiamine is B1- It is thought that polio is a result of a lack of this vitamin. Do not administer vitamin B-complex because there is insufficient thiamine to be helpful.  Dr. Weil recommends 1.5 mg thiamine for children. Here are the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) for Thiamin according to NIH:
Birth to 6 months*0.2 mg0.2 mg  
7–12 months*0.3 mg0.3 mg  
1–3 years0.5 mg0.5 mg  
4–8 years0.6 mg0.6 mg  
9–13 years0.9 mg0.9 mg  
14–18 years1.2 mg1.0 mg1.4 mg1.4 mg
19-50 years1.2 mg1.1 mg1.4 mg1.4 mg
51+ years1.2 mg1.1 mg 
  • Vitamin B-12 – This vitamin plays a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system and in the formation of red blood cells. Infants up to 6 months old need 0.4 mg per day, and those between 7 and 12 months old need 0.5 mg per day of vitamin B-12. The RDA for children between the ages of 1 and 3 is 0.9 mg per day, and for children from 4 to 8 the requirement is 1.2 mg per day. Children aged 9 to 13 need 1.8 mg per day and everyone aged 14 and older need 2.4 mg per day.
  • Herbal remedies listed below.
  • Intensive Ayurvedic massaging.
  • Massage alleviates the on-going pain and any paralysis that may have occurred. In this instance, intensive massages repair the dead and wasted muscle. Massaging also allows the affected area or joint to receive nutrients which can expel toxins.
  • Drink 6 to 8 glasses of filtered water daily.
  • Get plenty of rest.

The herbal remedies can eradicate internal disorder and strengthen the immune system.

  • Ginger – Eat small portions of raw ginger several times daily.
  • Licorice Root – Licorice root is a known herbal remedy for poliomyelitis. Take licorice root extract capsules twice daily.
  • Fennel
  • Cat’s Claw – Take cat’s claw extract capsules 2-3 times daily.
  • Astragalus – Astragalus is an antiviral herb used in Chinese medicine that can help treat poliomyelitis. Take astragalus extract capsules twice daily.
  • Black Pepper
  • Coriander
  • For children and infants, I recommend catnip instead of the astragalus and cat’s claw, but the other herbs mentioned here are okay for children and infants: 1/4 tsp per quart jar. You can even make this with a 1/4 tsp of fennel seeds and coriander. Let steep with a covered lid till cool. Do not give more than this a day.
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So there you have it! Two proven treatments for polio and measles backed by science. All my references will be listed below as well so please feel free to browse and read more. Now although these are treatable, they are really preventable as well. You can see these viruses result from a lack of vitamin deficiency so eating healthy is of up-most importance and that means eating raw, whole, organic, grass-fed non-GMO foods as much as possible and incorporating those daily whole food plant based multi-vitamins and minerals we all need.


To prevent getting sick in the first place, I recommend the following practices:

  • Get plenty of fresh air and sunshine
  • Practice grounding yourself daily
  • Start moving – exercise for at least 20 minutes a day
  • Practice daily meditation
  • Incorporate an organic, non-GMO, grass-fed diet – fresh fruits and veggies along with acidic foods such as fermented vegetables and apple cider vinegar, kombucha, etc. Alkaline foods actually make your body more acidic. Acidic foods make your body more alkaline.
  • Incorporate organic plant-based multi-vitamins and minerals daily
  • Incorporate a combination of probiotics and prebiotics
  • Take powerful detoxifying anti-viral, anti-bacterial herbs such as astragalus, lomatium, olive leaf, and mimosa pudica seed.
  • Take powerful immunity-boosting mushrooms such as reishi, chaga, lion’s mane, cordyceps, shiitake, etc.

Before you start taking lomatium, I recommend watching the following video from Dr. Jane Barlow as she describes the herb in great detail and it’s healing properties to rid the body of viral and retroviral strains.

Stay healthy my friends and if you are looking for the herbs, vitamins, and mushrooms listed above and where to buy, I recommend the following sources:


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