Health Canada Warns Canadians To Stay
Away From Natural Medicine To Fight H1N1
As flu activity picks up across Canada, federal authorities are
warning Canadians not to buy natural remedies and to strictly confide
in the anti-viral drugs and vaccines authorized by Health Canada.
The Competition Bureau and Health Canada issued
the statement on November 4th, saying that only three products
are authorized for use against the virus: the vaccine from GlaxoSmithKline
and the antiviral drugs Tamiflu
Health Canada says it will monitor the internet and take action
against websites selling unauthorized products for the treatment
or prevention of the H1N1 flu virus or any other health condition.
Canadians are slowly realizing the corrupt associations between
Health Canada and big pharma. "The statement issued last
week is a prime example of how Health Canada is forcefully shoving
dangerous drugs like Tamiflu down the throats of Canadians,"
said health freedom activist, John Barnett.
Numerous reports and studies have already linked Tamiflu to dozens
of deaths worldwide in apparently very health children. The WHO
stated on their own website that Tamiflu (also called oseltamivir)
and another antiviral Relenza (also called zanamivir) should not
be given to healthy people.
The UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)
alerted Physicians that Tamiflu can put some people at greater
risk of suffering a stroke, a condition that is often fatal or
far worse prognosis than any flu symptom.
Tamiflu and Relenza also lower body temperatures, and therefore
can also be expected to contribute to the spread of the pandemic.
Despite all the documented side effects of antivirals such as
Tamiflu, federal officials still stand by them. "Health Canada
and their entourage of drug and vaccine pushing criminals simply
ignore all the warnings about these drugs and vaccines so they
can continue their political agenda." Barnett emphasized
that it is highly irresponsibe for any government to promote drugs
while suppressing natural solutions which he asserted are far
more effective and less invasive.
Naturopathic Doctor and vaccine researcher, Dave Mihalovic says
that Canadian health officials have a very specific and destructive
set of goals for the health of every Canadian. "Codex
Alimentarius and Bill
C-6 are a good sign of what health officials have in store
for the people of Canada." Mihalovic equates Health Canada
officials to snake oil salesman "who have absolutely no interest
or motive in protecting people's health since they only serve
their big pharma masters."
Mihalovic elaborated on the actions of health officials by stating:
"Telling people that their government will take actions against
natural supplement companies is equivalent to telling people you
are effectively making their health decisions for them....it's
taking away their right and freedom of choice by disempowering
Public health expert, Dr. Horowitz explains that risk free, low-to-no-cost,
readily available, highly effective, natural cures for infectious
diseases, including the most advanced silver hydrosols, are criminally
neglected by vaccine advocates and health care reformers. These
would be stockpiled by governments, and proclaimed valuable to
people, if officials were operating responsibly.
Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) have
been steam rolled by critics who blasted the notice
of decision to use the Arepanrix vaccine without
any safety or efficacy testing on a single Canadian. Moreover,
the decision was made while clinical trials for the vaccine were
"You know something is seriously wrong when Health Canada
is telling people to stay away from natural medicine, including
the most basic remedies like vitamin C, vitamin D, garlic, and
zinc and demanding toxic vaccines as their replacement...it is
just insanity," concluded Mihalovic.
The Public Health Agency reported the number of deaths they consider
to be associated with H1N1 in Canada at 115 as of late last week.
Dr. Schabas, a chief medical officer of health for Hastings
and Prince Edward Counties in eastern Ontario, had adamantly insisted
the H1N1 outbreak is not a major public health event.
Schabas told the media last week that once the "dust has
settled on H1N1" between 200 and 300 people will have died
in Canada - far fewer than those who die from seasonal flu every
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