Add Anaphylactic Shock & Death To The List Of Vaccine Risks

The great debate over vaccinations will likely never be settled among the masses and even though most of the more popular ones like flu vaccines and ones for HPV contain numerous chemical additives that do more harm than good, people still flock to them yearly. Also taking place yearly alongside of the vaccines being administered are the side effects that many are now aware of. When you consider that such ingredients as mercury and formaldehyde are used in their makeup, it shouldnt really be a surprise. Would you really be shocked if you had an adverse reaction from consuming either of those substances on their own were it not packaged in a syringe that you were told was good for you? Adding to the list of dangerous vaccine additives now is polysorbate 80, which has been determined by a German study to cause severe allergic reactions, sometimes culminating in death.

 

The team of researchers has isolated polysorbate 80 as the cause of severe immune system suppression, and in multiple cases was the direct cause of anaphylactic shock. For the record, it is also found in soaps, creams, and even foods like ice cream. Though no government agency will publicly admit the links between vaccines and disease rates, independent research continues to find skyrocketing rates of asthma, autism, and ADHD among children who have been vaccinated versus those who have not.

 

Polysorbate 80 has been known for well over a decade to cause infertility in mammals. Studies found that female rats injected with it had numerous problems including hormonal changes, accelerated maturation, and decreased size of reproductive organs. Because the previous mammal studies were so conclusive, there is currently a vaccine being developed as a contraceptive. Its main ingredient? Polysorbate 80. Its a wonder that since its actually being used for the purpose of infertility that its still allowed to be included in foods and hygiene products.

 

Sources:

PubMed.gov – Polysorbate 80 and anaphylactic shock

PubMed.gov – Effects on reproductive organs of rats

 

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