This is an excerpt from “The Truth about Children’s Health”
“A vaccine is made by first acquiring the disease germ (bacterium or live virus) and then processing in various ways to make it suitable for the intended use. Some of the processes include adding drugs, antibiotics,, and toxic substances (e.g., formaldehyde, aluminum hydrochloride, streptomycin, neomycin, thimerosal [ a mercury derivative]. The toxic effects of aluminum formaldehyde and mercury are well documented, and even micropic doses of them can lead to cancer, neurological damage, and death. They can all be found in childhood vaccines. Remember, a vaccine is made of live viruses or bacteria, toxic substances, and diseased animal matter. Then, it’s injected into children. Vaccines containing the carcinogenic toxins formaldehyde and thimerosal are being injected into infants as young as two months old whose immunities systems are not fully developed.” (Robert Bernardini, 2003)page 251.
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Look at the following symptoms of toxicity (below) from mercury and note how many of these toxic symptoms are treated with drugs, “oops..excuse me…I meant medications” especially DEPRESSION.
Now, what substances have mercury in them? The two most frequently used being High Fructose Corn Syrup, which is in most everything processed, Vaccinations et.al.
MERCURY TOXICITY FREQUENCY OF SYMPTOMS
Percentage of 1320 respondents indicating presence of symptom.
1. Unexplained irritability 73.3%
2. Constant or very frequent periods of depression 72.0%
3. Numbness and tingling in extremities 67.3%
4. Frequent urination during the night 64.5%
5. Unexplained chronic fatigue 63.1%
6. Cold hands and feet, even in moderate/warm weather 62.6%
7. Bloated feeling most of the time 60.6%
8. Difficulty remembering or use of memory 58.0%
9. Sudden, unexplained or unsolicited anger 55.5%
10. Constipation on a regular basis 54.6%
11. Difficulty in making even simple decisions 54.2%
12. Tremors or shakes of hands, feet, head, etc. 52.3%
13. Twitching of face and other muscles 52.3%
14. Experience frequent leg cramps 49.1%
15. Constant or frequent ringing or noise in ears 47.8%
16. Get out of breath easily 43.1%
17. Frequent or recurring heartburn 42.5%
18. Excessive itching 40.8%
19. Unexplained rashes, skin irritation 40.4%
20. Constant or frequent metallic taste in mouth 38.7%
21. Jumpy, Jittery, Nervous 38.1%
22. Constant death wish or suicidal intent 37.3%
23. Frequent insomnia 36.4%
24. Unexplained chest pains 35.6%
25. Constant or frequent pain in joints 35.5%
26. Tachycardia 32.4%
27. Unexplained fluid retention 28.2%
28. Burning sensation on the tongue 20.8%
29. Get headaches just after eating 20.1%
30. Frequent diarrhoea 14.9%
Data for this table is on file with Toxic Element Research Foundation, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Patient database was composed of 1320 patients who had completed the most current questionnaire format used by the Huggins Diagnostic Center for patients in treatment or consultation for heavy metal toxicity. All percentages have been rounded to nearest 1/10th percent.
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Exposing Toxic Ingredients in Body Care Products
Q: What are the two most menacing toxins found in bath and body care products?
A: Petroleum-based preservatives & petrochemical surfactants Petroleum-based preservatives, most commonly manufactured in the form of parabens, can be found in a wide range of products from cosmetics to detergents to your everyday bar soap. In fact, parabens in their many forms (methylparaben, propylparaben and butylparaben) exist in most organic and non-organic personal-care products today. Parabens, which are used as preservatives to inhibit bacteria, yeast and mold growth, have been known to cause harm to the liver, the very organ we rely on to detoxify our body. Studies have also shown correlation’s between parabens and breast cancer. Petrochemical surfactants, or petrochemicals, are chemicals that are derived from petroleum or natural gas. Three popular petrochemicals used by most natural and organic body-care manufacturers are: Cocamidopropyl Betaine (aka Coco Betaine), Sodium Lauryl Sulfate andPropylene Glycol.
Q: Why do manufacturers use petrochemical surfactants?
A: Petrochemicals are used as foaming or wetting agents to create lather. Although many natural and organic products state that the Cocamidopropyl Betaine they use is derived from coconut oil, which it is, they fail to delineate that the process used to create Coco Betaine from coconut oil requires the use of petrochemicals. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), commonly used as a degreasing agent in industrial cleaning products, such as, floor cleaners and engine degreasers, is widely known to cause eye impairment, intestinal damage, breathing problems, skin spots and cysts! According to the Journal of the American College of Toxicology, SLS, which is often used in shampoos, is known to damage hair follicles and cause hair loss. Dr. Joseph Sigland from the Medical College of Ohio determined that chronic exposure to de-greasing agents, such as SLS, can cause low energy, irritability, mood changes, chronic headaches and even memory loss. The Journal of Pharmacological Science claims that SLS can remain in the body for up to seven days after exposure. What this means for you and your customers is that if you are using products containing Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, it is likely that your bodies are storing it mainly in fatty places like the breasts!Propylene Glycol is the petrochemical not only found in products such as natural and organic shower gels or body lotions, but also found in anti-freeze and de-icing solutions, and often times is used as a solvent in paints, plastics, lacquers and adhesives. “It has been shown, stated the American Academy of Dermatologists, that propylene glycol has severe adverse health effects and has been found to cause contact dermatitis, kidney damage, and liver abnormalities .inhibits skin growth damages cell membranes causing skin rashes, dry skin, and surface damage (January 1991).
Q: What can be done?
A: Petrochemicals, such as those mentioned above, have remained in supply for more than half a century. The only thing that will break the petrochemical supply and demand chain is for the demand to drop. Personal-care products can be made without the use of such chemicals; however, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) currently has no set of standards or guidelines for personal-care products or cosmetics. Therefore, it is up to consumers and store buyers alike to be more proactive about the products they choose to support. If we, as a whole, continue to purchase products that contain toxic chemicals, we are not only putting our personal health in jeopardy, but we are also jeopardizing the health and sustainability of our planet and generations yet to come. You can join us in signing a petition at: www.safecosmetics.org.
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