Wednesday, 14 October 2009
Beyond The Theory Of Vaccines - What's In Them And The Known Side-Effects.
Russell Blaylock is a former board certified neurosurgeon, author lecturer and health practitioner. I think the most important information he gives on this video is where he is talking about the normal immune response and what has to be added to vaccines to boost the system into action.
Dr Blaylock tells us that the problem is with the vaccine itself and trying to get the body to react to the agents that it is designed to immunise against. The normal routes of infection into the body are via the nasal passages and the gut. On exposure to an invading micro-organism, the body mounts a coordinated response. Vaccines by-pass this normal route by being injected into deep muscle and the result is an abnormal immune response. It is thus necessary to force the body to have a powerful immune response by including adjuvants in the vaccine material.
WHO USES ADJUVANTS AND WHAT DO THEY DO?
GlaxoSmithKline and Novartis use adjuvants in their swine flu, H1N1 vaccines. They are producing H1N1 vaccines with and without adjuvants, but most countries have accepted the vaccine with adjuvants, particularly European countries.
Squalene: an unsaturated terpene, which is an intermediate in cholesterol synthesis, and occurs normally at low levels in blood plasma and at elevated levels in viral influenza; used as a vehicle for pharmaceuticals. Squalene is the biochemical precursor to the whole family of steroids.
Squalene is used as an adjuvant in vaccines to boost immunogenicity and to reduce the amount of viral antigen needed. So, the supply of antigen goes further.
Your body will react naturally to squalene in olive oil, but when squalene enters the body through the abnormal route of being injected into deep muscle, it incites the immune system to attack all of the squalene in the body, including where it occurs naturally and is vital to the health of the nervous system. In returning military personnel, who were diagnosed with Gulf War Syndrome, 95% were found to have antibodies to squalene.
From the Gardasil information leaflet: view on the Gardasil web site.
1Human Papillomavirus = HPV
2L1 protein in the form of virus like particles produced in yeast cells (Saccharomyces cerevisiae
CANADE 3C-5 (Strain 1895)) by recombinant DNA technology.
3adsorbed on amorphous aluminium hydroxyphosphate sulphate adjuvant (225 micrograms Al).
The other ingredients in the vaccine suspension are:
Sodium chloride, L-histidine, polysorbate 80, sodium borate and water for injections.
Aluminium as an adjuvant accumulates all over the body and the brain with each successive vaccine which incorporates it. In vaccines it helps to stimulate the immune system.
"A metallic element that does not appear to be an essential part of the diet even though the body of a 70 kg person contains about 50 mg. Aluminium is toxic and can damage nerve cells. Excess dietary aluminium is normally eliminated in the faeces, but when intakes are very high some aluminium may be retained. Some researchers claim that this retention can contribute to the development of Alzheimer's disease (senile dementia). A study by the Medical Research Council showed that sufferers of the disease have unusual clusters of nerve cells in the brain saturated with aluminium. There is some evidence that vitamin C may help to reduce aluminium levels in the body."
Cervarix, the HPV vaccine being used in the UK also contains aluminium as an adjuvant.