Peanut butter is delicious. I love it and it doesn’t cause harm to me or my kids. That doesn’t mean for some it doesn’t kill people. It keeps people from being hungry for us, so it’s safe. It is effective at keeping people from being hungry. So let’s mandate peanut butter so that everyone gets a delicious creamy satisfying snack. For most people, who cares. I love peanut butter! Yay!
For Others, peanut butter causes anaphylaxis. This is defined as a “severe life threatening allergic reaction. Symptoms include:
- Skin reactions, including hives along with itching, and flushed or pale skin (almost always present with anaphylaxis)
- A feeling of warmth
- The sensation of a lump in your throat
- Constriction of the airways and a swollen tongue or throat, which can cause wheezing and trouble breathing
- A weak and rapid pulse
- Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
- Dizziness or fainting
The doctor will administer epinephrine in an epipen injector that would potentially save their life.
So the question is, Do Peanuts cause allergies? For some people, yes they do. Do I get the choice on whether to eat it based on whether it causes harm to my family or not? Yes.
When I parent is told that vaccines are mandated, some may see no harm and others see severe allergic reactions. Do you see why vaccines cannot be mandated? Do you get it?
Do you happen to know why your child has that peanut allergy in the first place?
Vaccines contain aluminum and peanut oil. When these are injected at the same time, the aluminum causes the body to have that reaction to whatever he is exposed at the same time. When doctors test medications in mice and want to create a peanut allergy, they inject both peanut oil and aluminum at once. These are vaccine ingredients.
Do you see why this meme is ridiculous?