Dr Charles Robert Richet - Nobel Lecture - December 11, 1913
Type of Spiritual Experience
Now look up Wikipedia's List of vaccine ingredients
You should notice that the excipient contains a great number of proteins like egg, milk, gelatine .........
Now think about what happens when you have leaky gut or dysbiosis, IBS, etc
A description of the experience
from Dr Charles Robert Richet - Nobel Lecture - December 11, 1913
"....... by 1902 we were able to state three main factors which are the corner-stone of the history of anaphylaxis:
(1) a subject that had a previous injection is far more sensitive than a new subject;
(2) that the symptoms characteristic of the second injection, namely swift and total depression of the nervous system, do not in any way resemble the symptoms characterizing the first injection;
(3) a three or four week period must elapse before the anaphylactic state results. This is the period of incubation.
Once these first factors in anaphylaxis were well grounded, the field opened right up, thanks to the skilled and fruitful research of many investigators.
In 1903 Arthus, in Lausanne, showed that a first intravenous injection of serum on a rabbit causes anaphylaxis, i.e. three weeks after the first injection the rabbit is hypersensitive to the second injection. The phenomenon of anaphylaxis was becoming of general application. Instead of applying only to toxins and toxalbumins, it held good for all proteins, whether toxic at the first injection or not.
Two years later Rosenau and Anderson, two American physiologists, demonstrated in a noteworthy piece of work that the phenomenon of anaphylaxis occurs after every injection of serum, even when the injection is minute, for example of 0.00001 ml which is an infinitely small amount but nevertheless sufficient to anaphylactize an animal.
They quoted examples of anaphylaxis from all organic liquids: milk, serum, egg, muscle extract. They specified the reaction and clearly showed that of all the subjects, the guinea-pig appeared the most sensitive in anaphylactic terms."