Vaccine Education


Vaccine Education


Vaccines literally contain nothing beneficial to humans, only trace amounts of disease and chemical additives which appear to serve as excipient-based delivery methods.  More concerning, not nearly enough of the compounds in vaccines have been thoroughly, objectively tested to determine their long-term safety, or any immediate and/or subsequently delayed health complications.

Here’s an overview on some of the various chemical ingredients found in vaccines routinely given to infants, children and teenagers.  The list is not complete.


Shown in numerous studies to possess strong carcinogenic properties, as well as the potential for fetal damage during pregnancy.


A commonly used and potent chemical emulsifier that has been frequently linked to increased risk of heart attacks, strokes and infertility.


Exposure to ethanol has been frequently linked to headaches, nausea, vomiting, loss of energy and other undesirable conditions.


A harsh industrial chemical used commonly found in paint thinner and nail polish removers, as well as in many manufacturing applications and packaging materials.


This known neurotoxin, which is frequently referred to as Ethyl-mercury, is among the most toxic substances on the planet, comprised of nearly 50% pure mercury content.

Benzethonium chloride

Research has shown that this extremely dangerous chemical may result in fetal mutations, in addition to being a known carcinogen.


Used commonly in commercial settings for disinfection and preservative purposes, Glutaraldehyde has been shown to compromise respiratory function.

Aluminum Phosphate, Sulfate

These corrosive acid compounds are known carcinogens, and contain chemicals that include aluminum salt, aluminum phosphate, sulfuric acid and other neurotoxins.

Human serum albumin

The body can't utilize this protein when it's been injected, which has led many researchers to site it as a cause for certain disorders of the immune system.

Animal DNA

Advanced testing has clearly identified the presence of both cow and monkey DNA in common vaccines, both of which may transmit bacterial and viral components.

Phenol-carbolic acid

Phenol-carbolic acid is so potentially bad, that even the Centers for Disease Control has it categorized as a hazardous material.  Contact can cause everything from dizziness and upset stomach to death.

For more information on how the body responds to chemicals such as those listed, as well as others, please reference our section on Vaccination and Disease.