13 Ingredients you’re Not Told Go Into Your Vaccinations

The freedom of information combined with the age of the internet has brought about a new era. It’s given those of us with any sense of censorship of what goes into our bodies the ability to find answers to the questions our governments and so called protective institutions don’t want you asking. Hygienic

There appears at a glance three very simple standpoints people take when talking about vaccinations, they either support them, rebuke them or don’t care enough to investigate.

People easily overlook vaccines forgetting they’re classed just like the so called properly dosed prescription medications that are responsible for 100,000 deaths a year. Since the 1980s the rates of autism in America alone were roughly 1 per 10,000 whereas today since the rise in schedule vaccinations the figures have risen to around 1 in 50.

For most people it seems too far out that our governing health associations would have such a nefarious agenda to overlook the autism epidemic. The sad truth is it’s becoming an emerging well known fact that the vaccination industry has just as many cons as it does cons and here’s 13 Scientific Studies Linking Vaccines To Autism.

The point of this post is not to support or denounce the use of vaccinations that’s your decision; our point is very simple… Do you even know what’s being injected into your bodies?

It should be made abundantly clear vaccinations are generally not vegan friendly, in fact only eight of the thirty-four most common vaccinations DO NOT contain some type of animal by-product

1. Gelatine

Gelatine has become a staple part of the average western diet and just like most things has its ingredients completely overlooked. Just as a simple Google search will indicate, gelatine is essentially made of all the parts of pigs and cows that the butcher can’t use including ligaments, tendons, hooves and horns. All these items are boiled down to form a gloopy textured ooze that’s used in a variety of ways like a thickening agent in the “food” manufacturing industry.

Just like the food industry the medical world use gelatine in a range of ways for a variety of medications, medicines and vaccinations. A lot of the vaccinations that use live strains of the virus typically contain gelatine; microbiologists over years have used it to stabilise the virus and protect it from temperatures. According to ReutersHealth many of the reported cases of reactions to vaccines are due to a reaction to the gelatine in the vaccination.

Gelatine features in 12 of the commonly available vaccinations including:

Acel-Immune DTaP - For Diphtheria, Tetanus & Pertussis.

Attenuvax - For Measles.

Biavax – For Rubella.

JE-VAX – For Japanese encephalitis.

MMR – Measles, Mumps & Rubella.

M-R-Vax – For Measles & Rubella.

Meruvax I – For Mumps.

ProQuad – For Measles, Mumps, Rubella & Varicella.

RabAvert – For Rabies.

Tripedia – For Diphtheria, Tetanus & Pertussis.

Varivax – For Chickenpox.

YF-VAX - For Yellow Fever.

2. Formaldehyde

When Formaldehyde is mentioned, typically, the first thing that springs to mind is its use in glue or its many uses in the manufacturing industry. This distinctive chemical compound is colourless and pungent in smell, extremely flammable and can exist in many forms at room temperature. According to the National Toxicology Program’s 11th report "(formaldehyde) reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen.” Further to that Formaldehyde has been shown to cause various cancers in multiple animals and according to the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).

So why is this cariogenic chemical compound being used to inoculate people? This same compound empirically linked to blindness, brain damage and seizures is used as a “pickling” agent to preserve the live virus in the vaccination.

Formaldehyde is an ingredient sparsely mentioned on the contents list and is considered a dirty secret of the microbiology industry.

Formaldehyde features in 8 of the commonly available vaccinations including:

Acel-Immune DTaP – For Diphtheria, Tetanus & Pertussis

BioThrax – For Anthrax Adsorbed

DPT – Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis

FluShield – For Flu Jabs

Havrix – For hepatitis A

IPOL

JE-VAX – For Japanese Encephalitis

Tripedia – For Diphtheria, Tetanus & Pertussis

3. Aluminium

The type of Aluminium that usually springs to mind is the malleable silvery metal used in a variety of ways from cans, kegs, utensils to framework. Aluminium’s interaction with the human body has been linked to dementia and Alzheimer's disease and so the question arises why is it found in our vaccinations.

Aluminium appears in vaccinations as salts such as aluminium hydroxide and aluminium phosphate are used as an adjuvant which is a substance to enhance the immune systems response to the vaccination. When evaluating a vaccine for safety and efficacy, FDA considers adjuvants as a component of the vaccine; they are not licensed separately.

Aluminium features in 5 of the commonly available vaccinations including:

5-in-1 vaccines – For Pediacel and Infanrix IPV+ Hib

PCV (pneumococcal conjugate vaccine) – For Prevenar 13

MenC – For Meningitec, Bexsero, Menjugagte and NeisVac C

Gardasil - For HPV

HepB vaccine: HBVaxPro

4. Mercury

Thiomersal is a mercury compound used to prevent the growth of dangerous bacteria and fungus. It is not found in any of the vaccines given to adults or children as part of the UK routine vaccination schedule. However it is still widely used outside of Europe and the USA in cheaper multi-dose vaccines, because it is an important preservative.

Many vaccines still contain thimerosal (49.6% ethylmercury by weight.) While mercury is a highly toxic element second only to radioactive plutonium, when combined with other ingredients, specifically aluminum and formaldehyde, the synergistic effects increase 10,000-fold. Individuals who suffer from chronic mercury exposure will have a unique expression of symptoms.

5. MRC-5 cells including DNA and Proteins

The MRC-5 cell line was developed in September 1966 from lung tissue taken from a 14 week fetus aborted for psychiatric reason from a 27 year old physically healthy woman. The cell morphology is fibroblast-like. The karyotype is 46,XY; normal diploid male. Cumulative population doublings to senescence is 42-48. G6PD isoenzyme is type B.

MRC-5 cells feature in 10 of the commonly available vaccinations including:

Adenovirus
DTaP-IPV/Hib (Pentacel)
Hep A (Havrix)
Hep B (Engerix-B)
Hep A/Hep B (Twinrix)
MMR (MMR-II)
MMRV (ProQuad)
Rabies (Imovax)
Varicella (Varivax)
Zoster – For Shingles

6. Chick Embryo

Rabies purified chick embryo cell vaccine is used to prevent rabies in people who have been bitten by an animal (post-exposure) or otherwise may be exposed to the rabies virus (pre-exposure).

Rabies vaccine purified chick embryo cell (Rabavert) is made from human plasma (part of the blood) which may contain viruses and other infectious agents. Donated plasma is tested and treated to reduce the risk of it containing infectious agents, but there is still a small possibility it could transmit disease. Talk with your doctor about the risks and benefits of receiving this vaccine.

Chick embryo features in 7 of the commonly available vaccinations including:

Attenuvax –For Measles

Fluvirin – For Flu

FluShield – For Flu

MMR – For Measles, Mumps and Rubella

M-R-Vax – For Measles and Rubella

ProQuad – For Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella

YF-VAX – For Yellow Fever

7. Albumin from Human Blood

Human serum albumin is the most common protein found in human blood. It is currently used in very small quantities as a stabiliser in one of the chickenpox vaccines used in the UK (Varilrix). It comes from blood donors who are screened, and the manufacturing process takes away any risk of passing on viruses from the serum. No viral diseases have ever been linked to the use of human serum albumin.

One of the MMR vaccines used in the UK, MMRVaxPro, contains a very small amount of recombinant human serum albumin (0.3 mg per dose). Recombinant albumin does not contain any human or animal products. The albumin is produced by cells (such as yeast cells) that have had the gene for human albumin inserted into them. The cells are then able to generate large quantities of human serum albumin without any need to extract it from human blood

Human serum albumin features in 4 of the commonly available vaccinations including:

Imovax

ProQuad – For Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella

RabAvert - For rabies

Varivax – For Chickenpox

8. Bovine Fetal Serum

One of the more grotesque methods involved in vaccine manufacturing is the collection of fetal bovine serum. The purpose for serum is providing a nutrient broth for viruses to grow in cells.

According to the Humane Research Australia website: “After slaughter and bleeding of the cow at an abattoir, the mother’s uterus containing the calf fetus is removed during the evisceration process (removal of the mother’s internal organs) and transferred to the blood collection room. A needle is then inserted between the fetus’s ribs directly into its heart and the blood is vacuumed into a sterile collection bag. This process is aimed at minimizing the risk of contamination of the serum with micro-organisms from the fetus and its environment. Only fetuses over the age of three months are used otherwise the heart is considered too small to puncture.

Once collected, the blood is allowed to clot at room temperature and the serum separated through a process known as refrigerated centrifugal.

Bovine Fetal Serum features in 4 of the commonly available vaccinations including:

RotaShield – For Rotavirus

ProQuad – For Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella

RabAvert – For Rabies

Tripedia – For Diphtheria, Tetanus , Pertussis

9. Human Diploid Cells from Aborted Fetal Tissue

Some childhood vaccines, including the one against rubella -- which is part of the MMR vaccine given to millions of children worldwide for measles, mumps and rubella -- is cultured in "WI-38 human diploid lung fibroblasts," according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's fact sheet on the vaccine's ingredients.

Merck, the vaccine's manufacturer, acknowledged that those cells were originally obtained from an electively aborted fetus. They were used to start a cell line, which is a cell multiplied over and over again to produce cells that are of a consistent genetic makeup. The WI-38 cell line is used as a culture to grow live viruses that are used in vaccines.

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10. Vesicle Fluid from Calf Skins

This has been the hardest common ingredient to find any kind of solid information on. From what we could find it does tend to state that the vaccines this ingredient does feature in are unlicensed and should not be offered as an option by any clinic or hospital.

There is one vaccination that’s reported to still contain vesicle fluid from calf skins called Orimune used to orally vaccinate against polio.

Vesicle Fluid features in 2 of the commonly available vaccinations including:

Dryvax – For Smallpox

NYVAC –For Smallpox

It would be of your best interest to really interrogate yor doctor or healthcare services about what  other ingredients appear in your vaccinations 

11. Rhesus Monkey Foetal Diploid Cells

Monkey kidney tissue is used to support the growth of certain viruses used in vaccine production. There remains a huge controversy over using these cells and their role contaminating the polio vaccine in the 1950s.

The story is best told in the Congressional papers of a courageous scientist, Bernice Eddy. The Executive Reorganization and Government Research of the Committee on Government Operations United States Senate, Ninety-Second Congress, Second Session [1972] states on page 500:

“The next and only serious vaccine crisis that has occurred since the polio episode was the realization in mid-1961 that a monkey virus later shown to cause tumours in hamsters was contaminating both polio and adenovirus vaccines. The virus, known as SV40, was entering the vaccines and, just as in the polio case were surviving the formalin treatment.

There were several states by which the full extent of the SV40 problem became known. First was the discovery in 1959-1960 by a DBS scientist, once again Bernice Eddy, that an unknown agent in the monkey kidney cells used to produce polio and adenovirus vaccines would cause tumours when the cells were injected into hamsters.” Posted Here.

Monkey Cells features in 4 of the commonly available vaccinations including:

IPOL

Orimune – For Oral Polio

Rabies Vaccine Adsorbed

RotaShield – For Oral Tetravalent Rotavirus

12. Dog Kidney Cells

On November 20, 2012, the FDA approved the seasonal influenza vaccine, Flucelvax, manufactured by Novartis.

This vaccine is mass-produced using the continuous cell line Madin Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) as vaccine cell substrate. Posted HERE

13. Human Fetal Lung Fibroblast Cells (MRC-5 Line)

The MRC-5 cell line is commonly utilized in vaccine development, as a transfection host in virology research, and for in vitro cytotoxicity testing. Initiated in September 1966 by J. P. Jacobs, the cell line was derived from the human lung tissue of a 14-week-old male fetus aborted from a 27-year-old woman.

MRC-5 features in 8 of the commonly available vaccinations including:

Biavax – For Rubella

Havrix – For Hepatitis A

Imovax – For

MMR – For Measles, Mumps & Rubella

M-R-Vax - Measles & Rubella

ProQuad – For Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella.

RabAvert – For Rabies

Variva – For Chickenpox