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Updated on December 16, 2016

Their Ingredients, health effects and natural alternatives

A number of years ago I had my mercury amalgam fillings removed and replaced with composites because I had become sick from the mercury exposure. Soon I became aware that vaccines contained many unhealthy ingredients, too. People from my generation had many of the childhood diseases, so we developed natural immunity for life against all these diseases. Vaccines are more of a modern invention. Ayurvedic, Chinese and other forms of traditional medicine (Native American, European Pagan, etc.) have existed for centuries and are more time tested than allopathic (modern) medicine. Homeopathic medicine is another form of medicine which promotes the use of natural substances which are diluted down to small amounts and used to improve health.

A number of individuals are allergic to many of the ingredients found in vaccines. Some people react violently and actually die from exposure to these vaccines. As a chemically sensitive woman, I react violently to the ingredients in these vaccines. Reactions vary, but many do react to them and it compromises their health.

So what are the common ingredients in these vaccines? It might surprise you that besides thirmerosal (which is a preservative containing 50% mercury) many of these shots have aluminum in them. Aluminum can be very toxic when directly injected into the bloodstream. All vaccines exceed maximum allowable aluminum per day for babies, toddlers and children. Twenty five mcgs is the maximum allowable amount. Many vaccines contain 100 to 225 mcgs of aluminum.

Many vaccines contain amino acids and proteins, including albumin or eggs. These amino acids and proteins are connected with auto-immune disorders, such as Addison's disease, celiac-disease-sprue (gluten intolerance), dermatomyositis, Grave's disease, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, multiple sclerosis, pernicious anemia, reactive arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren's syndrome, lupus and type II diabetes.

Formaldehyde or formalin is another common ingredient. It is toxic and known to cause cancer. Yeast extract and MSG are two other common ingredients in vaccines. Yeast allergies are very common. MSG is part of the yeast extract. It is another very common allergen. MSG has numerous side effects, such as migraine headaches, sleep disorders, irritable bowel syndrome, asthma, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, Lou Gehrig's disease, attention deficit disorder, seizures, stroke and anaphylactic reaction.

Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide (CTMB) is hazardous if inhaled or swallowed. It can also cause respiratory symptoms. It should kept away from food and water sources. Yet it's part of the ingredients in vaccines.

Another common ingredient is 2-Phenoxyethanol which is used as an antibacterial agent. It is an eye and skin irritant. It can also cause reproductive defects and chromosomal and genetic mutations.

Polysoborate 80 lowers surface tension between two liquids or a liquid and a solid. It is a dispersant, which means it delivers compounds. It allows vaccine ingredients to enter the brain. It breaches the blood/brain barrier.

There are alternatives to using vaccines. For cold/flu viruses I use Vitamin D-3, Tulsie tea, ginger tea and a Brazilian herb called Pau d'arco. I have not had the flue in 20 years. Washing your hands is also an important preventive measure. Getting enough sleep is also helpful. Drinking enough liquids, such as herbal tea, water, Perrier water, coconut water, coconut milk, almond milk, juice (free of corn fructose), soymilk or cashew milk is also helpful. Avoid soda pop. It has 10 health effects. Coops and Whole Foods have seltzer and mineral waters with fruit in them. Drink those instead of pop. Eat a diet full of fruits, vegetables and whole grains.

There are natural vaccines, such as HP, which do not contain harmful ingredients. They are homeopathic and have been used in many Third World countries. They are less expensive to develop and have been used for a very long time. HP stands for homeoprophylaxis. You can get them from homeopathic doctors and practitioners. They are often European or Canadian Medical Doctors who are trained as naturopaths and/or homeopaths. For more information on alternatives to vaccines, goggle the Minnesota Natural Health Coalition, Dental Amalgam Mercury Solutions (DAMS) or the Weston A. Price Foundation. Some chiropractors can refer you to practitioners which can provide alternatives to vaccines. Alternatives exist and you can obtain excellent results.




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