Ever Wonder What’s in A Flu Vaccine?

Posted: September 20, 2009 in health, physical therapy, Sports Medicine, Uncategorized
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What is in the Regular Flu Shot?

  • Egg proteins, including avian contaminant viruses

  • Gelatin, known to cause allergic reactions and anaphylaxis are usually associated with sensitivity to egg or gelatin

  • Polysorbate 80 (Tween80™), which can cause severe allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis

  • Formaldehyde: a known carcinogen

  • Triton X100: a strong detergent

  • Sucrose (table sugar)

  • Resin, known to cause allergic reactions

  • Gentamycin, an antibiotic

  • Thimerosal: mercury is still in multidose vials

From Dr Mercola’s website

Looks more like toxic soup!

Get Strong! Stay Strong!


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