Wednesday, September 23, 2009

What's in a Regular Flu Vaccine?

Here is picture of the package that the regular flu vaccine comes in. In case the above picture is difficult to read here is the text:
"See full prescribing information for additional details. Prepared from influenza viruses propagated in embryonated chicken eggs and inactivated with formaldehyde. A nonionic surfactant (Triton X-100) is added during manufacture. Each dose contains the preservative thimerosal (mercury derivative); (25mcg mercury/dose)
Triton X-100 Registered trademark of Union Carbide, Co. USA"

The Regular Flu Vaccine contains:

Embryonated Chicken Eggs
Triton X-100
Thimerosal (which is mercury)

The Breakdown:

Triton X-100-
"Commonly used detergent in biochemistry laboratories." and "It is used in almost every type of liquid, paste, and powdered cleaning compound, ranging from heavy-duty industrial products to gentle detergents."


"Formaldehyde is a common building block for the synthesis of more complex compounds and materials. In approximate order of decreasing consumption, products generated from formaldehyde include urea formaldehyde resin, melamine resin, phenol formaldehyde resin, polyoxymethylene plastics, 1,4-butanediol, and methylene diphenyl diisocyanate.[3]"

"Formaldehyde can be toxic, allergenic, and carcinogenic"

"Formaldehyde is classified as a probable human carcinogen by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has determined that there is "sufficient evidence" that occupational exposure to formaldehyde causes nasopharyngeal cancer in humans"

"Formaldehyde-based solutions are also used in embalming to disinfect and temporarily preserve human and animal remains. It is the ability of formaldehyde to fix the tissue that produces the tell-tale firmness of flesh in an embalmed body."

Thimerosal (mercury)-

"Thiomersal (INN) (C9H9HgNaO2S), or sodium ethylmercurithiosalicylate, commonly known in the United States as thimerosal, is an organomercury compound (approximately 49% mercury by weight) used as an antiseptic and antifungal agent."

"Thiomersal is very toxic by inhalation, ingestion, and in contact with skin (EC hazard symbol T+), with a danger of cumulative effects. It is also very toxic to aquatic organisms and may cause long-term adverse effects in aquatic environments (EC hazard symbol N)."

"Few studies of the toxicity of thiomersal in humans have been performed. Animal experiments suggest that thiomersal rapidly dissociates to release ethylmercury after injection; that the disposition patterns of mercury are similar to those after exposure to equivalent doses of ethylmercury chloride; and that the central nervous system and the kidneys are targets, with lack of motor coordination being a common sign. Similar signs and symptoms have been observed in accidental human poisonings. The mechanisms of toxic action are unknown"

"Blood levels of mercury should not exceed 3.6 mcg/dl, while urine levels should not exceed 15 mcg/dl. Symptoms of mercury poisoning may appear when mercury levels exceed 20 mcg/dl in blood and 60 mcg/dl in urine"
(Please note the packaging insert and box of the Regular Flu shot states that each 0.5ml dose contains 25mcg mercury/dose)..If you currently take a yearly flu shot imagine how much mercury is building up inside your body..or imagine the mega dose of mercury you are receiving when you take the regular flu shot, and the two shots required to complete the Swine Flu Vaccine...

Embroynated Chicken Eggs-

Besides the disgusting thought of being injected with aborted baby's an interesting fact/guideline on it's use:

"Any investigator intending to use embryos before day 16 (or less) of incubation need not have IACUC approval provided that the following criteria are met:

  1. P.I. must submit a letter of intent to the IACUC briefly stating what procedures will be done on the embryonated eggs.
  2. The letter must state that the embryonated eggs will be used by day 16 (or less).
  3. The letter must state what steps will be taken (veterinary staff intervention, euthanasia, etc.) in the event that any egg inadvertently hatches.


Although pre-18 day chicken embryos cannot survive ex ovo, regulatory agency concern stems from the possibility that, if not closely monitored, the eggs could progress to hatching prior to their use. This would result in live animals, which are regulated under both PHS policy and our AAALAC, Int. accreditation."

Before you make the decision to receive the Regular Flu Vaccine or Swine Flu Vaccine, ask yourself:

What am I putting into my body?

Would I allow my child or grandmother to receive these sorts of shots?

Did I make a decision to do this or am I being pressured into this by my Doctor, Job/Workplace, or the Mass Media?

Do I really need to take a shot full of poisonous chemicals to prevent a virus that I do not have?

Mercury links:

Embroynated Chicken Eggs:

P.S.- The first pic is a scan of the insert packaged with the Regular Flu vaccine..note the yellow highlighted area which marks it as having mercury in it and then the blue highlighted area noting that the vaccine has H1N1 virus in it!!!

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