Thursday, October 29, 2009

TOXIC INGREDIENTS in the H1N1 Vaccine you should know about!!!

These are the toxic ingredients in the H1N1 Vaccine that are having some doctors and scientists worried. Remember I am not telling you not to get it, but to help you make a educated decision if you are on the fence on getting the vaccine. Remember the clinical trials are still happening that’s why there are no reports out about the vaccine yet. But please note there are NO study validating the long term effects of the toxins in the vaccine. The vaccine was just rushed due to the H1N1 outbreak. Hope this helps you...

The Vaccine consists of 2 components.

1. The H1N1 antigen (stimulates the production of antibodies, the actual vaccine)

2. The AS03 adjuvant (is an oil-in-water emulsion. An adjuvent helps the effect of the H1N1antigen to be successful). The virus is inactivated followed by formaldehyde treatment and disrupted with sodium deoxycholate.

Contents used to Assist Vaccine: The virus is then inactivated (killed) followed by formaldehyde treatment and disrupted with sodium deoxycholate.

Perservative Content: (used to preserve vaccine)
5 micrograms of Thimerosal USP per 0.5mL dose
2.5 micrograms organic mercury (Hg) per 0.5mL dose

The AS03 adjuvant system is composed of : (to aid in helping the vaccine)
DL-α-tocopherol: 11.86 milligrams/0.5mL dose
Squalene: 10.69 milligrams/0.5mL dose
Polysorbate 80: 4.86 milligrams/0.5mL dose

Effects of Ingredients:


Less than 20% can react to the effects immediately. So nurses got to look for the effects. In the Body…formaldehyde can cause proteins to irreversibly bind to DNA. Laboratory animals exposed to doses of inhaled formaldehyde over their lifetimes have developed more cancers of the nose and throat than are usual, as have workers in particle-board sawmills… Formaldehyde is classifed as a probable human carcinogen (an agent that causes cancer) by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and as a known human carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.

Sodium Deoxycholate:

Sodium Deoxycholate is a water soluble ionic detergent/bile salt which causes cell death and symptoms such as burning, redness, and swelling. It has been shown to weaken the blood-brain-barrier (BBB) and subsequently activate seizures. It has demonstrated synergistic toxicity with antifungal drugs.

Detergents and emulsifiers are known to promote tumors and cause cells to leak or explode by weakening their walls, with no mechanism for regulating destructive activity. These chemicals are not completely purified out of the final vaccine product, so they enter the body at the time of injection.

Detergents are used extensively in cell research precisely because of their ability to break cells open for further analysis.

Sodium Deoxycholate is completely foreign AGAIN completely foreign.. to the relationships that define and make up the delicate balance of the immune system. So its effects are unknown….its a big risk!!!!


Thimerosal has powerful and damaging effects on cells of the nervous and immune systems in mammals including humans. Its effect may vary depending on the dose, the genetics of the individual, and the timing of exposure. The Mercury dose from thimerosal produces acute and often deadly ethylmercury blood levels.

After only 2 hour exposures, thimerosal at micromolar concentrations causes neuronal membrane damage and alterations leading to cell death in immune T-cells.

Thimerosal alters the functioning of critical neurotransmitters necessary for proper brain functioning. Thimerosal causes DNA fragmentation of neuronal cells and disrupts neuronal growth factor signaling at micromolar and even nanomolar concentrations. It also causes DNA methylation and attentional pathways at nanomolar concentrations, leading to alterations in brain function.

Squalene in AS03 adjuvant:

Too dangerous for human use, Squalene is not officially licensed for use in the United States or Canada. Oil adjuvants like squalene have been ordinarily used to inflict diseases in animals – for experimentation and study. According to anthrax vaccine expert Gary Matsumoto and other reliable sources, the US military used an unlicensed, experimental anthrax vaccination laced with squalene, with disastrous consequences, including Gulf War Sydrome.

There are now data in more than two dozen peer-reviewed scientific papers, from ten different laboratories in the US, Europe, Asia and Australia, documenting that squalene-based adjuvants can induce autoimmune diseases in animals, observed in mice, rats, guinea pigs and rabbits

Oil-based vaccination adjuvants like squalene have been proved to generate concentrated, unremitting immune responses over long periods of time according to a 2000 article in The American Journal of Pathology. The study demonstrated that a single injection of the adjuvant squalene into rats triggered a chronic, immune-mediated joint-specific inflammation, also known as rheumatoid arthritis.

Polysorbate 80:

Polysorbate 80 is similar to Sodium Deoxycholate in its ability to increase cell permeability, damage, and bursting. After injection it can rapidly metabolize into sorbitol and ethylene oxide which is much more toxic than the original chemical. When Polysorbate 80 breaks down there are 20 moles of ethylene oxide for every mole of sorbitol. These polysorbates have been shown to cause dangerous, sometimes fatal effects, when given through a needle. Changes in heart function can occur immediately. The blood-brain-barrier (BBB) can be weakened and penetrated, followed by seizures and even death. Polysorbates demonstrate synergistic toxicity with a wide range of chemicals.

According to the World Intellectual Property Organization, which is part of the United Nations, scientists from the organization are developing vaccines specifically to damage fertility as a method of contraception. A suggested ingredient for the vaccine is Polysorbate 80 (also known as tween 80). As it is a preferred ingredient, scientists are obviously aware of its ability to cause infertility.

Dosage Info: Dosage recommendations of 0.5ml are based on very limited clinical evidence of safety and immunogenicity data available from two 3-week studies. NEITHER study has validated the long-term immunogencity, safety, toxicity, or pharmacodynamics of the vaccine based on any dosage. Clinically, the shortest acceptable period to study the side effects of any vaccine is 6-8 weeks. The accepted studies noted by GSK and Health Canada are HALF this period.