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.
The cord blood is full of stem cells which need thin blood to get to the newborn. The stem cells protect the baby from bleeding disorders. Delayed cord clamping/cutting is very important so that the stem cells can travel to the baby to repair squeezing from birth (and it needs thin blood to do so) as well as breastfeeding to prevent hemolytic diseases as well as the mother staying away from antibiotics and other drugs during pregnancy.
Homeopathic Arnica montana is a remedy that stops internal bleeding and can be used in such rare bleeding disorders.
As well, the botanical medicine called Yarrow millifolium stops hemorrhaging. Herbal tea or tincture can be used for colds, fevers, anorexia, indigestion, gastric inflammations, and internal bleeding. These are safer alternatives.
There are also better prevention methods that can be used for VKBD, like staying away from other poisons from chemical medicine, like antibiotics and vaccines. Remember one intervention from the medical cult begets another.
“WARNING: This product contains aluminum that may be toxic. Aluminum may reach toxic levels with prolonged parenteral administration if kidney function is impaired. Premature neonates are particularly at risk because their kidneys are immature, and they required large amounts of calcium and phosphate solutions, which contain aluminum.