What’s In Your Vaccine?

Many people believe that vaccines are harmless without realizing that the vaccine is far more than just a dead virus dissolved in water.

In a particular medicine you will find two main components: the active ingredient(s) and the inactive ingredient(s)…

The active ingredient is the product that is supposed to offer the therapeutic benefit. In the case of the vaccine, it’s the dead or partially-dead virus that is used to stimulate the immune system.

The inactive ingredients within vaccines are components that are present to maintain the integrity of the product until it is injected into the patient. Some compounds are also added to enhance the immune response to the vaccine.

Unfortunately, as you will see, many of the inactive ingredients hold great potential to cause harm. These are things such as formaldehyde (a neuro-toxin and potential carcinogen), aluminum (which has been linked to Alzheimer’s disease), mercury (linked to everything from neuro-toxicity to cancer), monkey-kidney tissue, and many other hard-to-pronounce compounds that have unknown effects within the body.

To view this list, download it directly from the Center for Disease Control website through the following link: Vaccine Excipients & Media Summary

I just thought that you might like to know that your doctor may be injecting mercury, aluminum and possibly even monkey kidney into your body…

As a side note, you can often times eliminate mercury from your vaccine by requesting a unit dose vial, rather than a multi-dose vial. Thimerasol, the mercury-containing preservative is added to multi-dose vaccines in an attempt to prevent organisms from growing as the needle is repeatedly inserted and removed from the bottle. Unit-dose vials eliminate the need for this preservative because it’s used once and then thrown away.

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