Vaccines STILL contain Mercury
Health Freedom Idaho: In this article you will learn that mercury is STILL contained in vaccines and our children receive even MORE doses of it than ever before. You will also learn how to navigate NVIC’s Vaccine Ingredient Calculator. Once you have this information, you will be able to see for yourself what’s in the vaccines you are being told to have administered to your child.
Many people, including many physicians, believe and will tell you “There is no mercury in vaccines anymore. They took that out years ago!” This is not true. For a list of vaccines that still contain mercury above EPA safety levels click here.
Seven vaccines are reported to still contain thimerosal, which is 49.5% mercury.
At almost the exact same time they took a large percentage of mercury out of what was then the childhood schedule, the CDC and ACIP made a new recommendation. That’s right they ADDED MORE. The vaccine-pushers recommended every pregnant woman receive a flu shot during the second trimester. In addition, the recommendation was made that every child receive annual flu vaccines, beginning at six months of age.
Flu vaccines often contain high levels of thimerosal, which is 50% mercury. Those pregnant mothers and infants who are most likely to get the flu vaccines with mercury are those who are the least likely to have adequate health care. Physicians in private practices are more likely to use single-dose vials. It’s the multi-dose vials that contain the highest level of Thimerosal: 50 mcg. for the adult dose and 25 mcg. for the pediatric dose. That means when a pregnant woman gets a flu shot from her local health department, Walmart, CVS, University Health Center, etc… her tiny fetus is being injected with levels of toxic mercury that are hundreds of times above the “safe limit” (as defined by the EPA).
If the fetus survives and if he/she is vaccinated again at six months, 18 months and every year after that, and if those vaccines are administered from multi-dose vials, he or she is getting a whopping dose of mercury every year.
Myth dispelled. There is still mercury in the vaccines given to infants and children. They just changed the schedule and adjusted the dose so that now, infants are getting their doses of mercury at a much earlier stage of neurological development, and when their body weight is significantly lower, which makes the dose per pound much higher.
Use this handy tool to find out what your child has received in their vaccines.
NVIC’s VACCINE INGREDIENTS CALCULATOR Click on the link above. Then Click where it says Use the VIC Now.
Step 1: Enter first name, weight, and age. (For the purpose of this example I used “Terry,” 120 pounds, and age 16.) Click “Select Vaccines” – up pops the CDC’s Recommended Vaccination Schedule for children age 7-18. In the section for ages 13-18 (high school age), the recommended vaccines for a child on “the catch-up schedule” are: Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis (Tdap), Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), Meningococcal (MCV), Hepatitis B (HepB), Inactivated Polio Virus (IPV), Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) and Varicella. Yearly Flu Vaccine is also recommended for 16 year-olds. (Pneumococcal and Hepatitis A vaccines are recommended for certain “high risk groups,” which usually do not include 16 year-old girls living in the U.S.)
Click on these vaccines: Dtap, HPV, MCV, HepB, IPV, MMR, and Varicella. (all the green ones and the yellow one). Then click “I’m Finished.”
Step 2: Vaccine Selection:
- Tdap: Select either of the first two choices. The others do not contain the pertussis component, so it’s highly unlikely that these girls would have gotten them. For the purpose of this example, Terry is going to get Boostrix.
- HPV: Terry is getting Gardasil.
- Meningococcal (MCV): Hover over each of the choices on this one… You will see that they are quite different in their ingredients, depending on if the vaccine is a single-dose vs. a multi-dose vial. My fictitious 16 year-old Terry is going to get her shots at the health department so she will be getting the MCV from a mult-dose vial. I’m going to click Menomume multi-dose.
- Seasonal/H1N1: Again, since Terry is getting her shots at the health department she will be getting the multi-dose version of Fluzone from Sanofi-Pasteur. Multi-dose vials of the flu vaccine are generally used by health departments. They are also used at “Flu Clinics” and places like Walmart and CVS where lots of people are vaccinated for a low cost (or for free) because multi-dose vials cut down on costs to the vaccinators.
- Hepatitis B: On this one it really doesn’t matter which you choose because they contain the same amount of aluminum and they each contain the same amount of yeast protein. Click either one. Terry is getting the Recombivax HB – from Merck.
- Polio: Click IPOL. This is the only one that is licensed for 16 year-olds. You might want to hover your mouse over the other options, though. Especially if you have younger children. Check out the aluminum in those vaccines!
- MMR II: Again, this is the only option. Click it.
Now, click the “CALCULATE” button. Click “OK” in the black box that pops up.
Step 3: Vaccine Ingredients Chart: This tells you how much of each ingredient (other than the actual virus or bacteria the vaccine is supposed to protect against) your child, or in this case, our hypothetical 16 year-old “Terry” will receive from this recommended schedule.
- Aluminum: 865 micrograms (mcg)
- Bovine Protein: Unknown amount. This is a protected trade secret. You’re not allowed to know how much cow DNA is being injected into your kids.
- Egg Protein: Unknown amount. Another trade secret.
- Formaldehyde (you know… like in embalming fluid): 200+ mcg
- Genetically Engineered Human Albumin: 300 mcg
- Human Protein from Fetal Cell Line WI-38: Unkown amount. You guessed it… trade secret. And yes, this comes from an aborted human fetus.
- Human Protein from Fetal Cell Line Wistar RA 27/: Ditto to above.
- Mercury: 50 mcg. (Note the small green bar on the right. That’s the EPA “safe” limit for mercury.)
- Phenoxyethanol: Just slightly less than 6 milligrams or 600 micrograms
- Polysorbate 80: 500 mcg.
- Yeast Protein: Unknown amount. Trade secret.
That’s a lot of stuff. I could talk for days (I’m sure by now you believe me) on the synergistic effects of toxins. However, for the purpose of this post, we’re going to stick to aluminum. For now, anyway. Our hypothetical 16 year-old would have received 865 micrograms of aluminum PLUS 50 micrograms of thimerosal if she had received all of these recommended vaccines according to “The Schedule.”
Now that it’s official and we know that aluminum in vaccines causes autoimmune disease, my hope is that you will use the information in this article to become informed consumers of health care. My other hope is that you will begin to ask questions about why it has taken so long for us to ask if injecting known neurotoxins into the bodies of infants and children is safe?
And NO. That’s not moving the goalpost. It’s what should have been done in the first place. It should not be up to people “like me” to have to investigate and publish these things. Proving that vaccines are safe and that they are not more likely to make you sick than to provide you with protective benefit is something that should be done before the vaccines are released. It should most certainly be done before vaccines are “mandated” for attendance in public school.
Educate before you vaccinate. Afterwards, it may be too late.