Most homeowners have heard, at least once, about lead-based paint warnings, when considering buying a home built before 1978, especially when young children or babies are (or will be) part of the equation. In fact, law requires sellers to disclose the presence of known lead-based paint hazards in the residence, and there are federally-approved forms, disclosures and pamphlets discussing preventing this type of poisoning. Failure to provide the correct form is subject to penalties set at $11,000 for each repeated, deliberate violation. Buyers and sellers beware, right?
For starters, lead exposure can have serious health consequences, especially for kids. Lead exposure can attack the brain and central nervous system, leading to convulsions, coma, and even death. Surviving lead poisoning can leave the victim with permanent intellectual disabilities and behavioral disorders.
Acute arsenic poisoning leads to vomiting, abdominal pain, and diarrhea, often followed by numbness and tingling of extremities, muscle cramping, and eventually, in extreme cases, death.
Aluminum overdose causes oxidative stress in the brain, liver, and kidneys. Accumulation of aluminum in the brain can lead to dementia-related diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Aluminum can be found in many vaccines, antacids, and unfiltered tap water. Many heavy metal toxins are prominent in foods imported from China, the most industrially-polluted nation on Earth.
Mercury can cause permanent brain damage when injected, and permanent lung damage when inhaled. Mercury in dental fillings, also known as dental "amalgam" or "silver filling," is usually a mixture of mercury, silver, copper, tin and zinc. Classified as a neurotoxin, mercury accumulates in the body and brain, and can lead to severe migraines, weight loss, nausea, vomiting, aggressiveness, anger, anxiety, confusion, depression, mood swings, and memory loss.
Doctors and nurses always say the same thing when asked about the dangers of injecting mercury (listed as thimerosal) and other vaccine contaminants or neurotoxic "adjuvants," emulsifiers, and preservatives: "There's only a miniscule amount," or "There's not enough in there to worry about," or "Allergic reactions to these are very rare."
Mercury is the most poisonous, non-radioactive substance on our planet, and there is NO safe level of mercury because just one atom of it inside your body is doing some harm. Yet, it's still in multi-dose flu vaccines as an "excipient" that functions as a preservative. In fact, there is up to 25,000 times the amount of mercury in these flu shots than the EPA says is dangerous in fish and tap water. Imagine that.
Worse even yet, aluminum in vaccines allows the mercury to cross over the blood-brain barrier, but nary a medical doctor on planet earth warns their patients about that. Why not? If sellers of homes have to legally present documents to buyers about lead-based paint in old homes, because babies might inhale fumes or eat paint chips, why aren't pregnant women warned about injecting mercury directly into their blood?
Here is a short list of vaccines and their ingredients, straight from the CDC's website, that contain either aluminum or mercury (listed as thimerosal, which is 50 percent mercury):
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