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Unverified Vaccine Detox Videos To ‘Undo’ Vaccine Effects Are Being Circulated

The debate between pro-inoculation and anti-vaxxers has been doing rounds since the early days of the pandemic. However, in the latest series of developments, videos for anti-vaxxers who are unwillingly choosing to get the vaccine shot, due to mandates are circulating which share ways on how to get rid of its ‘effect’ before it enters the body for too long.

One such viral video was made by Dr. Carrie Madej, using ingredients one can easily find in their household. Falsely claiming that it is ‘detox the vaxx’, for the unwilling takers of the dose.

She suggests ingredients to help prepare a bath, such as Baking soda and Epsom salts. Madej unfounded claims suggest that this will provide a ‘radiation detox’ as radiation is triggered by the vaccine. For a ‘major pull off the poison,’ she suggests Bentonite Clay, which will provide therapy to get rid of toxins.

To the potion, she adds one cup of borax, a banned food additive by FDA; she claims to “take nanotechnologies out of you.” Contrary to reality the addition of borax can make the bath harmful, as the cleaning agent is a skin and eye irritant which may trigger unwanted reactions.

Denying the authenticity of such ventures, a Virologist and Professor in Canada, Angela Rasmussen said, “Once you’re injected, the lifesaving vaccination process has already begun. You can’t unring a bell. It’s just not physically possible.”

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Another method of doing rounds is like that of preventing a snake bite’s poison from reaching and spreading in one’s body. The ‘cupping method’ where a razor cut is made onto the place where the vaccine was administered, and squeezing out the dosage out of it.

“Both methods are potentially dangerous and would not remove the vaccine once it is administered,” Rasmussen warned. “The transaction process for the mRNA vaccine is fairly quick. Basically, by the time you get out to your car, sorry, the magic has already started,” she said.

The video has been taken down, by TikTok.

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