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post #1 of 13
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as if anyone needs another reason to refuse this vaccine...

http://www.naturalnews.com/024872.html


sodium borate, an antifungal, banned in many countries, is an ingredient in this vaccine.
post #2 of 13
Hmm...borax... I remember reading about using it for dandruff and to kill roaches. And then I thought...if it kills roaches, why would I even consider putting it on my scalp?

What's sad is I have a stepdaughter in MS where there's apparently no exemption aside from medical. She's never shown an obvious reaction, so she'll have no choice but to be injected with this stuff. Her mother doesn't question vaccination anyway. I really really hope her body can handle it. I have a stepson as well. I hope it isn't forced on him too.
post #3 of 13
Just another dangerous noxius chemical to add to the list of vaccine ingredients
post #4 of 13
oh gawd. how disgusting. i am so glad i chose not to vax. i have a son, but i don't vax him. poor kids these days.
post #5 of 13
:Puke
post #6 of 13
And yet we're supposed to believe that vaccines are meant to improve people's health... :
post #7 of 13
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Another government website article states that exposure to sodium borate can cause convulsions and other ill health effects. Interestingly enough, young girls who receive the HPV vaccine have reported similar symptoms to those that appear in cases of sodium borate poisoning.
So sad & scary. Even more proof the vaccine industry has no interest in keeping people healthy....but we're the ones who are crazy for saying vaccines are a problem? :
post #8 of 13
I actually went to the website to look up the product insert because I was in disbelief.. sure enough, it's there and I'm still over it. But hey, everything in moderation right? Why not add it to our wonderful water supply ingredients
post #9 of 13
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Originally Posted by applejuice View Post
as if anyone needs another reason to refuse this vaccine...

http://www.naturalnews.com/024872.html
sodium borate, an antifungal, banned in many countries, is an ingredient in this vaccine.
As that article points out: it's also used in "buffer solutions in chemistry" ... that keeps the pH where it should be for the vaccine. Which buffer and pH adjuster is used in a vaccine or drug or food product varies because what works with "A" might not work well with "B".

It is banned as a food additive in Australia as it is in the USA, but is permitted in some foods in Europe.

It's a well-known ROACH poison, I've never heard of it used on rats. Makes a good roach poison, and is low-toxicity for mammals. Mammals get indigestion, but they don't die, if they eat the roach bait.
post #10 of 13
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Originally Posted by Lazy Gardens View Post
Mammals get indigestion, but they don't die, if they eat the roach bait.
This vaccine is not ingested, it is injected directly into the body, bypassing all of the normal, natural body filters.

If it were eaten, at least the digestive process could break it down, and then it would not be as toxic as you suggest.

You are not really suggesting that eating or injecting a well-known ROACH poison into female adolescents is a good idea, are you?
post #11 of 13
Agreed. There is a huge difference between swallowing something and having it pumped into your bloodstream.
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by applejuice View Post
This vaccine is not ingested, it is injected directly into the body, bypassing all of the normal, natural body filters.

If it were eaten, at least the digestive process could break it down, and then it would not be as toxic as you suggest.

You are not really suggesting that eating or injecting a well-known ROACH poison into female adolescents is a good idea, are you?
Boric acid kills roaches because it changes the pH of the roach's stomach, this destroys the roach's ability to digest food ... causing the roach to starve to death. It's not a direct-acting poison like cyanide.

It's a well-known ingredient in DIY eyewashes (http://www.health911.com/remedies/rem_conju.htm), used to deodorize laundry (20 Mule Team Borax http://www.wackyuses.com/20mule.html), etc.

http://www.tjclarkinc.com/minerals/boron.htm
http://www.lef.org/magazine/mag2003/...t_boron_02.htm
Boron is normally found in the human body - it mostly comes from the fruits and vegetables we eat, but may also be found in water in some areas. It's considered to be one of the essential "ultra-trace" elements.
post #13 of 13
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Well, then, I am glad it is in the vaccine. Obviously we cannot live with out it.

FTR, I took boron as a supplement during all four of my pregnancies. I am aware that it is a trace mineral that the body needs to build bones, with calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. I know all about 20 Mule Team Borax as I am old enough to have watched the television show that it sponsored in the early 1960s and use it in my old washing machine.

But just because a substance is a good trace mineral as ingested, eye wash, or laundry detergent does not mean it is a good idea to inject it also.

The human body strives to be healthy, and our bodies survive the many assaults we face on a daily basis in our polluted, modern world. That is why not every person who is injected with various substances keels over ill or dead. But some will. I am not sure the sodium borate would be the same thing used as laundry detergent, eye wash, or the boron I got at the hfs, or if it is the same stuff used in Roach Prufe.
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