Your Alternatives to the Gardasil – HPV Vaccine

Hpv Cervical Cancer
Information for Your Healthcare.

Nothing is more precious than our children. Yet the pharmaceutical and mainstream medical society want to use them for experimentation. There are no statistics on what the longterm medical effects of the HPV vaccine will produce. Do you want to take the chance of possibly causing the cervical cancer that your child gets because you did not educate yourself enough to make an informed decision?

One of the main researchers of Gardasil has stated that to promote this vaccination for girls as young as 9 years old is ludicrous. Yet, the commercials you see everyday are telling you to do exactly that “in order to protect them”. Whose interest do they have at heart? Diane M. Harper, director of Dartmouth Medical School’s Gynecologic Cancer Prevention Research Group at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center in New Hampshire, has spent 20 years researching HPVs and was one of the main developers of Gardasil for certain types of HPV. She stated that vaccinating girls under 15 years of age “is a great big health experiment”.

No one knows how this drug will interact with other vaccinations or for how long it is effective in preventing the HPVs it is intended to prevent. HPV is spread by skin-to-skin contact and does not need sexual activity to be contracted. According to reports on the FDA’s own website, HPVs do not cause cancer and your body will naturally eliminate the virus on it’s own in the course of one to two years.

A safer alternative for your child to prevent HPV from attaching itself to human cells is to use a lubricant with a seaweed extract from red algae. “Carrageenan” is the name of that extract and researchers from the National Cancer Institute have found that it has the strength to prevent HPV from attaching to human cells, therefore, preventing it from entering and infecting the cells.

Carrageenan is already being used in sexual lubricants as a thickener but researchers are hoping to develop an inexpensive gel that would curb the spread of HPV. This extract is also used in baby formula as a thickener so the efficacy of its safety has already been established. The lubricants can be purchased at most retail stores as well as your local drugstore.



Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.