Vaccine Ingredients

– While health officials recommend an ever increasing number of vaccines for babies and young children, they are less than forthcoming about vaccine ingredients and their potential to injure in the short- or long-term. The very fact these substances are injected rather than judiciously processed through the digestive system reduces their ‘safe’ limit. We all know that mercury is a poison, yet for decades it has been, and to some extent still is, a component of vaccines recommended for injection into you and your children. Even the less toxic ingredients increase risk due to the additive effect. It’s also known there can be synergistic effects between chemicals as well as additive effects of all the toxic substances and radiation our bodies receive. A prime example is the synergy between fluorides and heavy metals which is exacerbated by the ease with which they form complexes. To our knowledge, the only vaccines that contain fluoride are those with gelatin contaminated with fluoride and aluminum. But there are many external sources: water fluoridation, chemical fertilizers, coal burning emissions, dental products, etc. Aluminum is not only in vaccine gelatin but also included in many vaccines as an adjuvant. When aluminum and fluoride combine, the anti-thyroid effects (‘Fluorides and the Impact on Human Health’ VRANewsletter; August 1999; pg 17) of the fluoride are greatly potentiated.

Articles listing ingredients for many of the taxpayer-funded Canadian vaccines can be found in our ‘Specific Vaccines’ section. Product monographs listing vaccine ingredients can be found in the CPS (Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties) index obtainable through any pharmacy in Canada. Some vaccine monographs can also be accessed on line at the manufacturers’ websites. Unfortunately, even the monographs don’t list every ingredient or all the details about the manufacturing process (which may, as is the case with mercury, leave small but still-significant amounts of harmful substances in the finished product). A fourth source of information is Type and Contents of Vaccines Currently Approved for Use in Canada .