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Are Vaccine Ingredients Safe?



Vaccine research is something that has become near and dear to me over the past few years, it is something that I will probably never stop researching.  Having 5 children, I never gave vaccines a second thought, other than to make sure my children were scheduled for their necessary appointments.  Shots were something that everyone does, for the greater good, and protection of their children because we are supposed to.  Is that true?  Are vaccines as they are a good thing?


No one really researches things unless they have to.  Most often, that is because something bad has happened or you have been burned by a product or two.  Most people are generally conformists and do what they are told, especially if there is some sort of moral obligation.  I mean, we are told to vaccinate our children to protect those who can't be vaccinated......  who wouldn't want to help people who don't have protection?


My husband and I had issues with our last 2 children, which can be traced back to development around the time a vaccine was given.  I myself can see things that have changed in me since previous vaccinations.  I want to make it clear, I don't have a problem with the concept of vaccination.  I am 100% for it, which is why I do homeoprophylaxis with my family.  Somehow, somewhere along the way, the concept of vaccination was lost and replaced with what we have now.  I am not ok with it.


I am in nursing school and had to write a paper for class on any subject I wanted, the only catch was it needed to be argumentative.  This is my paper......  my professor loved it so much she is keeping it to share with future classes and friends.  I got an A.


None of the sources here are from mommy blogs, they are all 100% legitimate, scientific and most came from the college library (there may be some links that don't work because they are from the college library which is a paid library).    This information needs to be seen, please share.


Conscientious objectors to vaccination should stand alone if need be, against the whole world, in defense of their conviction – Mahatma Gandhi



In the information age, easy access to truthful and complete vaccination literature is severely lacking. Moreover, restricted information shared in the limited time spent with a medical professional is not enough to make informed decisions. John F. Kennedy, the thirty-fifth president of the United States argued, “The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie, deliberate, contrived and dishonest, but the myth, persistent, persuasive and unrealistic.” He felt people have their own interpretation of what they have been told, not what is true. When over $4 billion has been paid by the Vaccine Court since 1989 (Data and Statistics), the persuasiveness of vaccines being safe is unrealistic; therefore, changes need to be made.  Excipients in vaccines are dangerous and need to be removed because they are causing serious issues.



History shows early evidence doctors were trying to prevent and reduce the spread of disease, especially plagues and smallpox. As preventative measures, ships and immigrants were quarantined before being allowed into the United States.  Citizens were told to remain house bound while staying away from cities and congested areas when there was a disease outbreak.  Sometimes these “quarantines” could last days or even weeks.  Doctors’ Edward Jenner, Louis Pasteur, Jonas Salk, and Albert Sabin were all instrumental in reducing the spread of disease through variolation, inoculation, or vaccination. It was understood that by contracting a weaker version of a disease, the body could fight it easier creating a better chance of survival.



Historically, the Chinese were possibly the first to use a form of variolation as early as 1000 B.C.  Crushed or powdered scabs of a disease, usually smallpox, were inserted or rubbed on an open wound, or blown into the nose of a person, hoping to produce a weaker version the immune system could successfully fight.  The person would then develop sores identical to smallpox; however, it was a milder version lasting only a week or two. Variolation spread to the Middle E