Vitamin K Given at birth:
Vitamin K is not “just a vitamin.” There are two main brands given in US hospitals.

Brand #1 contains Benzyl Alcohol as its main preservative. Newborns are injected with 9 mg of benzyl alcohol. What does alcohol do to the system? Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant ???????? It causes feelings of drunkenness, sleepiness, lack of desire to eat, respiratory depression and decreased O2 sats, and decreased heart rate. So, as soon as a baby is born, we get them to where they are so drugged up that they are too sleepy to learn how to properly feed ????, and then stress theme exhausted mother out by making her try and try and try…to nurse the baby but cannot so she feels defeated and like a failure right away .

What else does alcohol do to us? It attacks the liver. So, newborns are given an injection of alcohol, that is toxic to the liver, and then we wonder why there are so many incidences of jaundice???

Brand # 2 contains 10 mg of polysorbate 80. Polysorbate 80 is documented in medical literature to cause premature ovarian failure and infertility. It also opens up the blood-brain-barrier (it is used in cancer treatments for this reason—to get the medicine into the brain).

In Jan 2016, the American College of Pediatrics spoke up about their concern about Gardasil because it contains 50 mcg of polysorbate 80, and they were concerned on its potential effects on children and teenagers fertility, as it was documented to cause premature ovarian failure.

Gardasil contains 50 mcg polysorbate 80
Vitamin K contains 10 mg polysorbate 80

Vitamin K has 200 times more polysorbate 80 than the Gardasil that the American College of Pediatrics was so concerned about.

HELLO!!! Why are we giving newborns 10 mg of a documented chemical known to destroy fertility and open the brain to potential assault??? Oh, now that the blood-brain-barrier is open, they follow with an injection of Hep B, which has 250 mg aluminum (another medically documented additive which causes neurological damage)!

We can do better for our babies!!!!

Nurses and doctors: Please please please read, and look at your medication vials, and read some more, and connect the dots, and quit blindly following orders. And then, give parents true informed consent.

Interesting points made about Vitamin K at birth by a brilliant pediatrician who remains anonymous:

“You know what “synthetic vitamin K” enthusiasts don’t understand? The thought that babies (and all animals for that matter) have lower levels of vitamin K at birth for a beneficial, protective, reason. I’m just going to throw these “common sense-based” thoughts out there but let’s consider them:

and BTW this goes for the Drops as well as the Shot

First, in order to absorb vitamin K we have to have a functioning biliary and pancreas system. Your infant’s digestive system isn’t fully developed at birth which is why we give babies breast milk (and delay solids) until they are at least 6-months-old, and why breast milk only contains a small amount of highly absorbable vitamin K. Too much vitamin K could tax the liver and cause brain damage (among other things). As baby ages and the digestive tract, mucosal lining, gut flora, and enzyme functions develop, baby can process more vitamin K. Low levels of vitamin K at birth just…makes…sense. ???

Secondly, cord blood contains stem cells, which protect a baby against bleeding and perform all sorts of needed repairs inside an infant’s body. Here’s the kicker, in order for a baby to get this protective boost of stem cells, cord-cutting needs to be delayed and the blood needs to remain thin so stem cells can easily travel and perform their functions. Imagine that, baby has his/her own protective mechanism to prevent bleeding and repair organs…that wasn’t discovered until after we started routinely giving infants vitamin K injections.

Third, a newborn might have low levels of vitamin K because it’s intestines are not yet colonized with bacteria needed to synthesize it and the “vitamin K cycle” isn’t fully functional in newborns. It makes sense then to bypass the gut and inject vitamin K right into the muscle right? Except baby’s kidneys aren’t fully functional either.

Fourth, babies are born with low levels of vitamin K compared to adults, but this level is still sufficient to prevent problems; vitamin K prophylaxis isn’t necessarily needed.

Finally, several clinical observations support the hypothesis that children have natural protective mechanisms that justify their low vitamin K levels at birth . I don’t know about you, but we should probably figure out why that is before we “inject now and worry about it later.”

Do you know why vitamin K is pushed on parents and their children? Because pharmaceutical companies don’t like to lose money, $$$ doctors don’t like to be questioned, the American Academy of Pediatrics dare not change its recommendations.”

“Since 1985, the medical profession has known that oral vitamin K raises blood levels 300 – 9,000 times higher. The injectable vitamin K, results in vitamin K levels 9,000 times thicker than adults blood.

Baby’s blood thickened with vitamin K, causes a situation where stem cells have to move through sludge, not nicely greased blood vessels full of blood which can allow stem cells easy acess to anywhere. Maybe one day it will dawn on the medical profession that not only are cord blood stem cells important and useful to the newborn baby, but that stem cells need to thin blood for a reason.”

“Any fetus which gets being wrung out like a wet towel while travelling down a narrow drain pipe, can incur damage in any part of the body, including in the brain, and needs an in-built fix-it. And stem cells cross the brain blood barrier. In fact, stem cells can go … anywhere!!! Amazing don’t you think. God’s design has solutions for situational problems. Three solutions, actually. The second is the fact that naturally, in the first few days, a baby’s blood clotting factors are lower than normal.

But … pediatricians consider this a … “defect” … so want to give vitamin K which results in blood nearly 100 times thicker than an adult’s. This vitamin K injection, so they say … (like they say immediate cord clamping is safe, and normal, and delayed cord clamping is an unproven intervention) … is because the baby wasn’t designed right, and if you don’t give a vitamin K injection, the baby “could bleed to death”.

It’s not for nothing that the vitamin K syringe, sits right alongside that cord clamp and the scissors!

But there is an unanswered question:

“Why are blood clotting factors in babies low in the first few days after birth? Why has a baby got much thinner blood as a result?”

Might a logical hypothesis be, that thinner blood allows freer and quicker access of cord blood stem cells to any part of the body damaged during birth? After all, why should stem cells have to fight through a baby’s blood which is now 100 times thicker than any adult’s, courtesy of another needle?”

This information is from a medical journal.

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