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*Continue reading below for detailed information on each ingredient.
2-Phenoxyethanol: Used as a stabilizer.
3-O-desacyl-4: Used as an adjuvant.
A-tocopheryl hydrogen succinate:
Aluminum: Used as an adjuvant. Known factor in brain damage, Alzheimer's, dementia, seizures and coma. http://vaccinepapers.org/vaccine-aluminum-travels-to-the-brain/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23932735 http://www.realfarmacy.com/mineral-waters-remove-aluminum-from-brain/
Amino acids: Medium nutrient.
Ammonium sulfate: Protein purifier.
Amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate:
B - propiolactone: Used to inactivate the virus.
Bacterial and viral protein:
Baculovirus & cellular DNA:
Baculovirus & host cell proteins:
Beta-propiolactone: Used to inactivate the virus.
Bovine albumin: A stabilizer.
Bovine extract/serum: Blood harvested from slaughtered cattle. The age of the animal ranges from fetus- 3 years old.
Bovine muscle tissue:
Bovine serum albumin: Used as a stabilizer.
Calcium carbonate: Buffer
Calcium chloride: Medium nutrient.
Calf serum: Obtained from the heart of a bovine fetus after the mother has been slaughtered and the fetus aborted.
Carbohydrates: Medium nutrient
Casamino acid medium:
Cetyltrimethylammonium bromide: Medium nutrient.
Chick embryo cell: Used to grow the viruses.
CMRL 1969 medium:
Complex fermentation medium:
Dextrose: Medium nutrient.
Dibasic sodium phosphate:
Dimethyl-1 Beta-cyclodextrin: Medium nutrient.
Dulbecco's modified eagle medium:
Eagle MEM modified medium:
EDTA: A preservative.
Egg protein: Harvested from chick embryos.
Embryonic guinea pig cell cultures:
Fenton medium: Contains bovine extract..
Formaldehyde: Used to inactivate the virus. Linked to leukemia, colon, lymphatic and brain cancers. Know poison of the liver and intestines, as well as to the immune, reproductive, nervous and respiratory systems.
Franz complete medium:
Gelatin: Used as a stabilizer.
Gentamicin sulfate: Used as an antimicrobial.
Glutaraldehyde: Used to inactivate the virus.
Hydrocortisone: Medium nutrient.
Hydrolyzed porcine gelatin:
L - histidine: Growth medium for the virus.
Lactalbumin hydrolysate: Whey protein, linked to allergies.
Lactose: Used as a stabilizer.
MDCK cell protein & DNA:
Mineral salts: Used to adjust the tonicity.
Minimum essential medium:
Modified Latham medium:
Modified Mueller & Miller medium:
Modified Stainer-Scholte liquid medium:
Monkey kidney cells: Known to have previously contaminated vaccines due to improper screening of these tissues.
Monobasic potassium phosphate:
Monobasic sodium phosphate:
Monosodium glutamate: Used as a stabilizer.
MRC - 5 cells: Human lung tissue acquired from an aborted 13-week female fetus.
Mueller Hinton agar:
Mueller Hinton casein agar:
Neomycin sulfate: A form of antibiotic.
Nicotiamide adenine dinucleotide:
Nonylphenol ethoxylate: Used as a surfactant.
Peptone: Virus growth medium.
Phenol: Used as a preservative.
Polymyxin: A form of antibiotic.
Polymyxin B: A form of antibiotic. Known to cause allergic reactions ranging from mild to life threatening.
Polymyxin B sulfate: A form of antibiotic.
Polysorbate-80: Allows passage of agents through the blood brain barrier. Known to cause cancer in animals. Known to cause adverse reproductive reactions in animals. Can cause anaphylactic shock.
Potassium aluminum sulfate: Used as an adjuvant to create an inflammatory response.
Potassium chloride: Used as a medium nutrient and/or buffer.
Recombinant human albumin: Used as a diluent and/or stabilizer.
Sodium bicarbonate: Used as a buffer.
Sodium borate: Used as a buffer and/or stabilizer.
Sodium citrate: Used to adjust the pH.
Sodium deoxycholate: Used as a surfactant.
Sodium dihydrogen phosphate dehydrate:
Sodium hydroxide: Unknown
Sorbitol: A solvent and/or stabilizer.
Soy peptone: Growth medium for the virus.
Sodium taurodeoxycholate: Used as a protein purifier.
Stainer-Scholte medium: Includes casein and soy, linked to allergies.
Streptomycin: A form of antibiotic.
Sucrose: Used as a stabilizer.
Thimerosal: Used as a preservative. Contains mercury.
Tris - HC1:
Triton X-100: Used as a surfactant.
Vero cells: Used to grow the virus. Kidney cells from African Green Monkeys.
Watson Scherp media:
WI-38 human diploid lung fibroblasts:
Xanthan: Thickening agent.
Yeast protein: Linked to autoimmune disease.