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The Effect of Aluminum in Vaccines on Humans | Chris Shaw, PhD

Recently, we’ve been looking at aluminum, which is common to many vaccines. It’s used as an adjuvant. That means helper. Without the aluminum, the vaccine basically does not provide any long-term protection. And so my research has looked at injectable aluminum and how it might impact the nervous system. The difference between injectable aluminum versus dietary aluminum is that aluminum that you eat is excreted fairly rapidly. Injectable aluminum, however, is meant to stick around, and that’s precisely why it’s there in the first place. That’s what an adjuvant does. So we simply did the really simple experiment of taking the same stuff out of the vaccines—the aluminum hydroxide—and injecting it into mice, into the muscles to see what happened if we tried to mimic the vaccine schedule.

17 Responses to The Effect of Aluminum in Vaccines on Humans | Chris Shaw, PhD

  1. Tamar Clarke Reply

    August 24, 2016 at 6:50 am

    You may enjoy reading my website: http://www.nutritionalmedicine.info

    The more all of us know about the dangers of vaccinations, the more we can help protect our children (and our pets, too).

  2. Jan DeGrandchamp Reply

    August 24, 2016 at 8:06 am

    It may have been the aluminum in the Tetanus shot that gave me GBS in 2000. During my recovery, I was given a B12 shot to regenerate the nerves and my hands curled again for about a month. They were finally beginning to unfold when I was given the B12 shot. The nurse said that aluminum was the only other listed ingredient besides the vitamin. That is why I think aluminum may have been my trigger.

    You may be on the right track, but each individual could react differently to any of the additives.

    • Jason Reply

      August 27, 2016 at 7:43 pm

      The tetanus shot generally contains thimerosal which is 50% ethyl-mercury by weight. Studies have found that ethyl-mercury demethylates into toxic inorganic mercury in the brain. Mercury is one of the top five most toxic substances on earth and a potent nuerotoxin.

  3. Lisa Reply

    August 24, 2016 at 10:28 am

    As an RN, I am told to tell patients receiving injections that when/if they feel sick after receiving vaccine, they are experiencing symptoms of an illness that they must have contracted BEFORE vaccination. I have told people time and again that what they are really experiencing is metal poisoning.


      August 27, 2016 at 7:03 pm

      Yep, poisoning for sure.

  4. Colorado Reply

    August 24, 2016 at 10:51 am

    Such a simple study. Each individual doctor who opposes mandatory vaccination should simply mirror this study, confirm and publish the results, and eventually there will be enough voices saying the same thing. Then the issue could no longer be ignored. Question; How do they make or manufacture the liquid aluminum in the shots? Do they melt pop cans or what? Seriously though, what is liquid aluminum? Is there a safe supplement which can expel injectable aluminum?

    • Aja Reply

      August 24, 2016 at 6:48 pm

      Yes, silica will help one excrete it. Search for Chris Exley’s (UK) seminars etc on aluminium adjuvants. I will put in a link, just copy and paste. This is from a few years ago, there are more recent ones.

    • Aja Reply

      August 24, 2016 at 6:50 pm

      Sorry I missed the mark & didn’t include the link at the same time.


  5. Aleksandar Dimceski Reply

    August 24, 2016 at 4:38 pm

    How about your country, do you have a law that commits you to put vacines in your child, we have to do this because later we can be finned with very big tax, also our kids will not be able yo go to kindrgaden or school, not mentioning that the quality of the vacines are on the lowest level.

    • Lisa l Reply

      August 27, 2016 at 10:51 am

      In California they will tax you if you don’t vaccinate your kids?

    • B Reply

      August 28, 2016 at 4:17 pm


  6. hanna Reply

    August 24, 2016 at 4:49 pm

    Oh! so they admitt mercury being “unsafe” as an adjunct/preservative and replaced it with Aluminium?

  7. Zuto Reply

    August 24, 2016 at 5:11 pm


    It’s good to see your question. I’ve been reading stuff here and people seem to not know the difference between humoral and cellular immunity, and they write “knowingly” about antibodies and the scientists who want to discredit “anti-vaxers” are taking aim at that ignorance.

    The “liquid” aluminum is an ionic form of aluminum. Elemental aluminum is the metal. If the atoms of aluminum find themselves in a suitable environment, they lose electrons to some other atom or molecule that would like to have those electrons. The losing or gaining of electrons gives an element an electronic charge, which makes the atoms “unbalanced” in a way that makes them compatible with water. If you think of metal aluminum as a mesh of aluminum atoms, it is stable and happy hanging out with brother and sister aluminum atoms. They are a solid group. When the group starts getting rid of electrons, the mesh degrades and the solid group starts feeling repulsed by unstable brother and sister atoms. Water likes that charged atmosphere and can surround the unstable charged atoms (technically they are called ions) and buffer them from other unstable charged atoms, which is how aluminum dissolves in water and becomes liquid (not…it’s just atomic aluminum surrounded by water molecules)

    That’s about as simple as I can make it. Aluminum hydroxide does not contain elemental (that silvery solid) aluminum. It’s the unstable charged aluminum atoms paired off with unstable charged hydroxide groups. In a dry environment they look look and act somewhat like table salt. In water, they dissolve.

    It’s chemistry, and most people don’t want to think too much about it. But I am really glad that you wanted to find an answer to a good question. Keep asking any and all questions that you wonder about!


    August 27, 2016 at 7:05 pm

    So aluminum is a helper and without it the vaccine does not give long term protection. Well, now how does that work? Even with the aluminum, vaccines don’t give long term protection. What a stupid statement. What a farce!


    August 28, 2016 at 10:39 am

    Now, we can possibly understand what is happening to the older folks who have been injected with the Flu vaccine for the past 40 years

  10. Mary Reply

    August 29, 2016 at 10:01 am

    I think it’s always good to be curious as to the “why” of things. If mercury or aluminum are affecting our brains, why are only some affected? I still think a worldwide, comprehensive study on autism would help bleat this up.

  11. Kris Basel Reply

    October 12, 2016 at 4:57 pm

    how do you get aluminum and mercury out of your system? was given “tetanus booster” at hospital emergency room but in truth was a Dtap vaccination 2011 – probably made by Sinofa but not sure. (Diptheria, tetanus, a-cellular pertussis). I only found out from the hospital money statement. It’s all about the money? Any help here?

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