If it isn’t one toxic ingredient, it’s another. While mercury-containing thimerosal may not be widely used in vaccines these days, that doesn’t make Big Pharma’s inoculations any safer. Aluminum is a common vaccine ingredient — and it’s typically used as an adjuvant in order to purposely agitate the immune system. Unsurprisingly, there is a substantial body of evidence which indicates that aluminum is a potential health hazard.
In spite of the obvious, aluminum remains at the top of the vaccine ingredient food chain. The pharmaceutical industry even has federal agencies like the CDC going on pro-aluminum propaganda campaigns to convince the masses that it is safe.
Assurances about the safety of vaccines and vaccine ingredients is essentially meaningless, however, given that most of the industry-led vaccine “science” is fake. However, not all research on vaccines is bad. There is still some reputable evidence to be had, even if Big Pharma tries their best to bury it.
While aluminum may be abundant, that does not mean it is safe for injection. Writing for Waking Times, John Rappoport points to Children’s Health Defense and their science library as one of the best resources for individuals looking for real science on vaccine ingredients and safety.
Rappoport points to three separate studies from 2016, all of which point to the various harms aluminum adjuvants in vaccines can cause. As Rapoport reports, in a paper for the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, Neil Z. Miller writes:
“Infants and young children throughout the world receive high quantities of aluminum from multiple inoculations. Incremental changes to the vaccination schedule during the past several years significantly increased the quantity of aluminum in childhood shots. Numerous studies provide compelling evidence that injected aluminum can be detrimental to health. Aluminum is capable of remaining in cells long after vaccination and may cause neurologic and autoimmune disorders. During early development, the child’s brain is more susceptible to toxins and the kidneys are less able to eliminate them. Thus, children have a greater risk than adults of adverse reactions to aluminum in vaccines. Millions of children every year are injected with vaccines containing mercury and aluminum despite well-established experimental evidence of the potential for additive or synergistic toxicity when an organism is exposed to two or more toxic metals.”
Across the board, independent researchers seem to agree that aluminum has a great potential to cause harm. Specifically, scientists say that aluminum exposure can lead to neurological and autoimmune disorders. Infants and young children are at the most risk, due to the high number of vaccines they receive in such a short span of time.
Aluminum is used for many things, but few people know that as a metal, aluminum is neurotoxic. Earlier this year, scientific research confirmed that aluminum accumulation in the brain can cause autism.
This is big news because vaccines contain lots of aluminum — and past evidence has shown that aluminum has a real tendency to accumulate in the brain and central nervous system. The accumulation of metals in the brain is also believed to cause Alzheimer’s disease later in life.
Research from 2016 also shows that some infants may be at an increased risk of being exposed to an unsafe amount of aluminum via vaccines. This puts babies at an even higher risk of being maimed by way of inoculation — and these days, Big Pharma is pushing to vaccinate kids more often and at much younger ages.
Even the federal government has admitted that aluminum is harmful to humans and that the most susceptible target for aluminum in the human body is the central nervous system. In addition to autism, aluminum exposure has been linked to other neurological deficits, autoimmune conditions, respiratory problems and more. Clearly, aluminum is not “safe” by any means.
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