I used to think that vaccines were just a simple saline solution with some virus particles or something. No medical professional had ever told me the specific ingredients in any of the vaccines I received. After my Gardasil injury, I started wondering what was in the HPV vaccine that had made me so sick. And then I discovered the ingredients in the other vaccines on the CDC schedule. I was baffled at what I learned and shocked that my pediatrician never thought to tell me about these ingredients and their risks. I think every person has the right to full informed consent before getting any vaccine, and that includes knowing and understanding exactly what is being injected into your body. Below you can find the CDC Vaccine Excipient list as well as numerous studies examining the risks of these substances.
*A couple things to keep in mind as you read about vaccine ingredients:
Injection is a lot different than ingestion. Vaccines are injected into muscle tissue, where they form a slow-release reservoir intended to stimulate the production of antibodies for some time. The ingredients are not simply flushed out like they might be if taken in as food, and some ingredients can make their way to the brain and accumulate over time.
The CDC childhood vaccination schedule has never been tested for synergistic toxicity. In other words, the safety of the CDC’s childhood vaccination schedule was never affirmed because health authorities have no scientific data from synergistic toxicity studies on all combinations of vaccines that children are likely to receive.
Aluminum is put into vaccines as an adjuvant so that there is a stronger immune (antibody) reaction.
The aluminum content of the following vaccines per dose is:
Pneumococcus: 125 mcg
Hib: 225 mcg
Hepatitis A: 250 mcg
Hepatitis B: 250 mcg
HPV: 500 mcg per shot
DTaP: 625 mcg
Pediarix: 850 mcg
*A two-month-old infant may receive up to 1,225 micrograms of aluminum from the vaccines administered at a single well-baby visit and a cumulative 4,925 micrograms by 18 months of age. These are astronomical levels of aluminum!
Parenteral aluminum has been associated with autoimmune diseases, neurological damage, demyelinating disorders, and more as can be seen in the studies below.
Thimerosal is the preservative form of mercury. It is added to vaccines to prevent bacterial growth. While thimerosal was removed from most vaccines in 2004, it is still used in the vaccine development process and is then filtered out with only "trace amounts" remaining.
2 ppb of mercury is the mandated limit in drinking water
200 ppb mercury in liquid waste renders it a toxic hazard
2,000 ppb mercury in flu vaccines is considered a "trace" amount
50,000 ppb mercury in multi dose flue vaccines is given to infants, pregnant women, and everyone else
Thimerosal exposure in infants and neurodevelopmental disorders: an assessment of computerized medical records in the Vaccine Safety Datalink
Neurodevelopment of Amazonian Infants: Antenatal and Postnatal Exposure to Methyl- and Ethylmercury
Polysorbate 80 is a surfactant, which means it helps substances stay suspended in a solution so they can be evenly distributed. It is this same quality that enables substances to cross the blood-brain barrier. This means that every component of the vaccine has greater access to the brain if the vaccine contains polysorbate 80.
Formaldehyde is commonly used to embalm bodies as they await burial or cremation. It is added to vaccines as a preservative to prevent deterioration of the active ingredients in the vaccine.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer classifies formaldehyde as a human carcinogen.
In 2011 the National Toxicology Program named formaldehyde as a known human carcinogen.
It is estimated that up to 20% of the population is allergic to formaldehyde and any exposure is enough to trigger allergic symptoms.
Fetal Cell Tissue