Vaccines contain toxic chemicals such as formaldehyde, mercury, lead,
antifreeze, RNA/DNA from animal tissues and aborted fetal tissues and
other foreign proteins in the form of live, attenuated or dead viruses
and bacteria. In many cases the vaccine additives are far more toxic
than the viral component. Vaccine fillers and ingredients include:
• acetone (solvent used in fingernail polish remover) • aluminum hydroxide • aluminum phosphate (toxic) • ammonium sulfate • amphotericin B • animal tissues: pig blood, horse blood, rabbit brain, • dog kidney, monkey kidney • chick embryo, chicken egg, duck egg • calf (bovine) serum • betapropiolactone • fetal bovine serum • formaldehyde • formalin • gelatin • glycerol • human diploid cells (originating from human aborted fetal tissue) • hydrolized gelatin • monosodium glutamate (MSG) • neomycin (antibiotic) • neomycin sulfate • phenol red indicator • phenoxyethanol (antifreeze) • potassium diphosphate • potassium monophosphate • polymyxin B • polysorbate 20 • polysorbate 80 • porcine (pig) pancreatic hydrolysate of casein • residual MRC5 proteins • sorbitol • sucrose • streptomycin (antibiotic) • thimerosal (mercury) • tri(n)butylphosphate (neurotoxin) • VERO cells, a continuous line of monkey kidney cells • washed sheep red blood cells
Aluminum, a neurotoxin, is associated with Alzheimer’s disease and seizures.
Formaldehyde is a known cancer-causing agent commonly used to embalm corpses.
Glycerin, a tri-atomic alcohol extracted from natural fats which are
putrefied and decomposed, has known toxic effects including kidney,
liver and lung damage, dieresis, pronounced local tissue damage,
gastrointestinal damage, death.
Neomycin and streptomycin (antibiotics) are known to cause allergic reactions.
Phenol (carbolic acid) is a deadly poison; a common disinfectant and dye.
Phenyethanol is known to depress the central nervous system and may cause vomiting and diarrhea (FDA)
Thimerosal (a mercury derivative) is a toxic heavy metal that is not
easily eliminated from the body. Metal toxicity can result in brain
injury and autoimmune disease.
Oil adjuvants are known to cause hypersensitivity reactions, cysts and adjuvant arthritis.
In 2000, Congress strongly recommended that the pharmaceutical
companies take the thimerosal out of vaccines (it was not mandated;
simply recommended). The drug companies were not told to take the
existing lots off the market.
The recommendation only applies to
new product lines manufactured. An unknown amount of vaccine containing
thimerosal (mercury) may still be on the shelves (see KNOW Contents of
Consumer goods are recalled, redesigned or required to
display warning/danger labels when they contain toxic ingredients or
cause accidents. When cancer causing agents are found in foods, the
foods are often banned and/or a warning label must be displayed on the
packages. Vaccine ingredients have a different standard for safety. "