We have been told to fear HPV because it can cause cervical cancer. This is why the medical community have gone on to create a life saving shot called Gardasil… or have they?
First, let’s understand a bit more about HPV.
There are 12-15 strains that are associated (NOT causative) with cervical cancer. 98% of people who contract HPV will no longer have the virus after 2 years, as the immune system works to remove it from the body. There are also natural remedies you can use to support your body during this process, which I will touch on later.
Of those 2% that do not rid the virus, 1% of those 2%, will progress from a CIN1 diagnosis on to a CIN2 diagnosis.
From CIN2, 5% of those people will develop to CIN3 and finally, of those, 12% will develop into cancer. This takes an average of 8-12 years. This is not the sort of cancer that appears over night and since the introduction of pap smears, the rates of cervical cancer have reduced significantly.
You can hear more about this in an interview on ‘The Highwire’ with Del Bigtree and Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, found here; https://twitter.com/highwiretalk/status/1220421141593907200?lang=en
HPV is a very prevalent infection, around 8 in 10 will get the infection at some point in their lives according to 2019 UK data. However, it is considered to be a “very harmless infection in most people”; Dr. Suzanne Humphries. If it wasn’t, the rates of cancer would be through the roof, given that 8 out of 10 people get this infection. There were 852 deaths from cervical cancer between 2016 and 2018 in the UK, compared to 11,547 for breast cancer in the same time period. Remember, this is with 80% of people getting HPV at some point in their lives, which the medical community claim is the cause of cervical cancer in over 99% of cases.
What can you do to prevent getting HPV? The most important thing you can do is practise safe sex. Unfortunately there is no easy way men can be tested for the infection and therefore will go on to pass this infection between partners, without knowing. The increase in casual sex may have affected how many people now get this infection, along with the use of the contraceptive pill and thus less need for the use of condoms. But the fact is, we are all probably going to have unprotected sex at some point; whether that’s with our long term partner, when we’re ready for children, etc. so in that sense, we are all vulnerable.
With that said, we do not need to fear this infection. It has been around for a long time, in multiple countries and it is a miniscule amount of women who will be unfortunate enough, to go on to develop cervical cancer. That’s in no way undermining the devastation and heartache that these women will face, but it’s not as common as the Gardasil manufacturers will have you believe. It is also NOT the shot that has reduced these statistics, but the use of pap smears, as you will see below.
What to do if you get HPV? The good news is, there’s lots you can do! Which is why we must really weigh up the pros and cons of taking Gardasil, when the risk of cancer is low AND there are natural protocols we can do to remove the infection – not to mention 98% of people will remove this naturally anyway! If you also go for regular pap smears, there is also treatment that can be done to remove any suspicious cells.
Let me touch on the problems with the Gardasil shot… One of the BIGGEST issues, is that during the safety trials, they ONLY studied HPV developing to CIN1. Now, let’s not forget that the body will remove HPV naturally in 98% of these cases anyway. So what SHOULD be studied, is whether or not the shot stops the development of cancer… but this wasn’t studied at all.
As per the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, the state; “it is uncertain whether the HPV shot prevents cervical cancer as trials were not designed to detect this outcome, which takes decades to develop.” Was this made clear to all the women (and now men) who went on to get this shot? because I don’t think it was, which means none of these people were able to give true informed consent.
According to the World Health Organisation website, there have also been 100,000+ adverse reactions caused by the Gardasil shot.
There are so many people that have been effected by this shot in fact, that multiple films and books have been made on this very subject. A few examples;
The Vaccinated Girls – Sick and Betrayed; https://www.bitchute.com/video/2vf11D9KroSn/
VAXXED II; https://www.vaxxed2.com/
Here is an exert from the film, which aims to shares real life stories from the victims. In the film, Dr. Suzanne Humphries declares that this shot is “the MOST dangerous of all the shots on the schedule today”. Here is Colton’s story;
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The other worrying problem with the shot, is that if you have HPV already and then get the shot, this INCREASES your risk of cervical cancer by 44.6% as per Mercke’s own clinic studies – screenshot below. Yet there is NO testing to see if HPV is present prior to administering this shot or asking the patient whether they are aware of a diagnosis.
With this shot being touted as a cancer preventative, pap smear attendance has plummeted, as women are being given a false sense of security. This shot is NOT proven to prevent cancer (as shown above) and the shot ONLY targets a handful of strains anyway, not all of them. We cannot inject toxins, heavy metals and carcinogens into our bloodstream and aim to create health in the body – this is not how it works.
Anecdotally, many have also gone on to receive a positive HPV diagnosis, despite the shot. I have 3 friends personally who this has happened too, plus followers on Instagram who have messaged me. Here are some examples;
Now, let’s discuss what we can do for a HPV diagnosis. Remember, this isn’t anything to fear. It’s always important that we are proactive with our health and support our immune system, because we are always vulnerable to pathogens of all kinds. That is nature. Fortunately, there are lots of natural remedies we can consider for HPV;
Firstly, AHCC is clinically proven to treat and prevent HPV. AHCC stands for Active Hexose Correlated Compound, which are effectively a mixed mushroom formula from Shiitake, Reishi, Maitake, Royal Sun and Chaga mushrooms. This is the product I personally recommend and the clinical recommendation is to supplement with this for 6 months. You can use thewellnessprogramme15 for 15% discount too!
Curcumin, found in turmeric, has been found to limit and stop the activity of HPV. I use this liquid turmeric in my morning cocktail, as it’s also anti-inflammatory and a great liver support;
Other herbs which have shown to be beneficial in the treatment of HPV; green tea, echinacea, astralagus, wild oregano oil, folate for cervical health, vitamin C and DIM, which can prevent the development of cervical lesions and supports immune function.
I would also recommend joining us on a 6 week parasite cleanse as this has helped clients remove their HPV diagnosis. We work to reduce all harmful organisms in the body, which will include HPV.
We run these programmes at various times throughout the year and you can sign up here; https://thewellnessprogramme.com/6-week-parasite-cleanse/
To detox from the heavy metals in the shot, I also recommend TRS, which is a form of highly stable zeolite. This Facebook group share their results and provide a link (with discount) for US clients; https://www.facebook.com/groups/TRSaSafeHeavyMetalsDetox
For UK and European customers, I use this site; https://trs-uk.com/
If you found this blog helpful, please consider sharing it with someone who could also benefit. Too many people are being misguided and mis-sold a product that doesn’t work, for an infection that doesn’t need to be feared. Let’s help get the truth out there, especially mothers who want to do the right thing for their child, but do not have access to this information.
To health and happiness,