You can choose to treat yourself with natural remedies if you wish and, indeed, some of them may work. Cannabis seems to have efficacy for some people as does St John’s Wort. Vaccination has been tested to the utmost and the evidence is very clear that that the long established vaccination treatments work. MMR is a case in point. I am not saying that in a very small percentage of cases that there may be some negative side effects but in the case of MMR no research has been able to replicate Wakefield’s findings.
In the case of anti-biotics it is certainly the case that there is growing resistance towards them by bugs. That doesn’t mean that they have not been efficatious and saved very many lives but it does mean that research must go on to find new anti-biotics.
It may be that if you have children you have chosen not to vaccinate them but in making that choice you are contributing to the reduction in the so-called “herd immunity” effect and i would much rather that you did not increase the level of risk for my and other peoples’s families.