Toxic Phenol Ingredient in Vaccines

Toxic Phenol Ingredient in Vaccines

Phenol, chemically known as carbolic acid, is a white, volatile crystal solid. It is a mildly acidic, water-soluble chemical that requires safe handling due its ability to cause chemical burns. Phenol is produced both “naturally” as well as synthetically. In its natural form, phenol was initially found in coal tar. It is also present naturally in human and animal wastes as well as in some foods. Chemical companies manufacture phenol on a large scale from…

Formaldehyde Flooring Gets Higher Toxic Risk Rating from CDC

Formaldehyde Flooring Gets Higher Toxic Risk Rating from CDC

On Feb. 18, 2016, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a corrective report announcing that their previous guidelines pertaining to “safe” levels of formaldehyde off-gassing from laminate flooring made in China had been based on a miscalculation of ceiling height, which resulted in an incorrect mathematical risk analysis. Apparently, the error was a simple failure to convert feet to meter, in other words, human error.

The Puzzling Presence of Borax in Our Vaccines

The Puzzling Presence of Borax in Our Vaccines

Vaccine ingredients are an extremely important topic in the dialogue on vaccination, health and autonomy. After all, we all want to know and have the right to know what we are injected with. The Vaccine Reaction has published several articles about vaccine ingredients, including including aluminum, mercury, formaldehyde and polysorbate 80. This article introduces an…

Polysorbate 80: A Risky Vaccine Ingredient

The recent public conversation about the safety of vaccine ingredients has centered primarily around mercury (thimerosal), aluminum and formaldehyde. However, there are other concerning ingredients in vaccines that are not talked about as often, one of which is Polysorbate 80—also known as Tween 80 and polyoxyethylene-sorbitan-20 mono-oleate. Polysorbate 80 is a surfactant commonly used in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic and food industry. Surfactants are compounds that reduce the surface tension and increase the solubility between two liquids that would normally be unable to dissolve together, e.g. oil in water.

Formaldehyde: A Poison and Carcinogen

Warning of the dangers of formaldehyde in the workplace, the government’s own Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says, “health hazards of formaldehyde are primarily due to its toxic effects after inhalation, after direct contact with the skin or eyes by formaldehyde in liquid or vapor form, and after ingestion” adding that “Ingestion of as little as 30 ml of a 37% solution of formaldehyde (formalin) can result in death” and “Diverse damage to other organ systems including the liver, kidney, spleen, pancreas, brain, and central nervous systems can occur…

Mercury and the Synergistic Toxicity of Vaccines

Mercury and the Synergistic Toxicity of Vaccines

In an interview with Paul A. Offit, MD, chief of the division of infectious diseases at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, the interviewer asked Dr. Offit about the toxicity of mercury contained in some vaccines in the form of the organic compound known as Thimerosal. The context of the question had to do with the specific type of mercury called ethylmercury and whether…

Do You Know What’s In Your Vaccines?

Do You Know What’s In Your Vaccines?

Forget for a moment that government and physician recommended vaccines contain lab altered bacteria and attenuated viruses causing the infections you are trying to avoid contracting. It is important to learn more about the additives and other ingredients in vaccines, including animal DNA and chemicals and heavy metals. In the day and age when many children are suffering with severe food allergies and other kinds of chronic health problems…