Today, I wanted to show you some of the scary effects that people post about on the CD Autism page. This is one of the more terrifying aspects of this protocol because these people aren’t doctors, yet they advise each other that all of these awful sounding indicents are just normal detoxing issues and no real cause for concern. However, it could be of huge concern and given that these are autistic children, many wouldn’t even be able to communicate how they really feel.
On the more mild end of things, we have examples like this one:
I imagine a great many of these kids have rectal irritation. They are given chlorine dioxide enemas, sometimes more that once a day and probably with some kind of force. What really creeps me out with this one is the phrase “magic water”. There is nothing magical about this and lying to your kids to justify your dangerous need for normalcy is disgusting.
For those of you in the US, this child’s fever is about 102.2 F, yet this woman is wondering if she should continue giving him the industrial bleach. Sadly, according to the book, she should.
(Healing the Symptoms Known As Autism p.336)
This next one at least had the brains to stop dosing after her daughter displayed several side effects, but unfortunately, has plans to start again.
After a bunch of comments about why her child might be trying to gouge her own eyes out (because the answer couldn’t possibly be that she should stop giving her the bleach) the OP responded with the following:
She did get two things right, this is a guessing game and it is crazy.
Things take a turn into the more disturbing with the following post, where the OP stated her child is having genital pain:
Of course, Kerri Rivera’s advice was to give him an enema, because that is the answer to everything, but as you can see, nobody suggested a doctor.
There is a lot of secrecy involved when you choose this protocol because most consider it abusive. For that reason, providing proper care for your child and communicating their needs to those that help care for them gets tricky.
The responses were more of the same, including the nauseating phrase “dose on”, even when the OP wonders if she should “dial back” the bleach.
And still, no mention of a doctor. Some parents even remark that their kids get worse on the protocol, but they too are instructed to just dose on.
So dose on is what they do, regardless of the damage they see. Including, but not limited to:
Less ability to breathe
Vomiting, fever, fatigue, decreased appetite
More genital pain
Black menstrual blood
And so much more…
So, Internet, you tell me – does this sound like something with “no side effects”? It doesn’t to me. I will leave you with this final post from the CD Autism Facebook group:
She describes how awful she felt after her first day on this protocol, but even after all of those negative effects, she will still “dose on”. I told you it was terrible.
Until next time,
PS – If you would like to read more on this, check out the following: