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Borax Being Added to Vaccines

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Just another on a long list of potentially dangerous additives to vaccines. State-based Action Alerts!

Borax, also known as sodium borate (a salt of boric acid), has many uses. It’s found in many household cleaning products, detergents, and cosmetics. It’s probably best known as a roach pesticide.

The US National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health declare sodium borate to be a dangerous poison. Side effects include: vomiting, diarrhea, skin rash, blisters, collapse, coma, convulsions, drowsiness, fever, low blood pressure, decreased urine output, sloughing of the skin, and twitching of facial muscles, arms, hands, legs, and feet.

Sodium borate has also been banned in the US as a food additive.

It is also an ingredient in some childhood vaccines. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) list sodium borate as an ingredient in four vaccines: Hepatitis A (Vaqta), HIB/Hepatits B (Comvax), and in two HPV vaccines (Gardasil and Gardasil 9).

It’s astonishing that such a dangerous ingredient is added to vaccines. There are other toxic ingredients in vaccines as well—all “adjuvants”: aluminum, formaldehyde, and polysorbate 80, to name a few.

So, sodium borate is considered a dangerous poison and is too toxic to be used as a food additive—but it’s perfectly safe to inject our children with it?

What is unfortunate is that we cannot expect an honest conversation about safety when it comes to financially profitable vaccines. Recently we told you about a massive cover-up of safety concerns linked to the HPV vaccine, as well as concerns that Gardasil shots might cause premature ovarian failure. When confronted with evidence that contradicts the pro-vaccine agenda, proponents of forced vaccinations resort to cover-ups and obfuscation—the antithesis of the scientific method. Perhaps if they spent less time lecturing “anti-vaxxers” and more time examining ALL the facts, we could avoid the harm and heartache vaccines have caused countless families.

State-based Action Alerts! Check below if your state is considered legislation that would restrict your freedom to make healthcare choices for you or your family. Please send your message immediately.

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Other articles in this week’s Pulse of Natural Health:

Natural Thyroid Medications at Risk

Senate DARK Act Defeated!

 

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  • Jackie Fagan

    In the first place, I would not believe a damn thing that either of these organizations say. As a matter of fact 20 Mule Team Borax is the best remedy of all times for arthritis. Check out the article by: Walter Last. Don’t believe the lies the system tells you. They will try everything to scare you away from cures. I use it and it works.

    • Wendy Allen

      Boron hurt me…got a cyst from it. EDTA/DMPS IV chelation got rid of the cyst. Too much B may hurt babies etc.

  • Billy Bee

    What Jackie said!

    • Susie Richardson

      I’ve been using a miniscule amount of borax, daily, for over a year, with no ill affects.

  • cowgirl7

    I also ingested small amounts of Borax daily for about 6 months with no ill effects. It supposedly works for prostate issues as well.

  • eyesandears

    In response to the comments below, yes, the use of miniscule amounts of boron will bring relief to those with arthritis. However, in others whose boron electrolyte levels are appropriate and stable, it can be problematic, particularly in babies and children. The critical issue at stake is one’s ability to choose wisely based on individual assessment. The addition of peripheral compounds to vaccines for reasons unknown is quite frightening, considering the current zeal involved in pushing for mandatory vaccinations for all, at which point disclosure of ingredients will be viewed as unnecessary.

    • deenie1219

      Boron is an essential element but it is meant to be ingested through the GI tract.
      Squalene is an oil derived from olives and is okay to ingest. But injecting it as was done with anthrax vaccine has had very negative side-effects on the Gulf War vets. It seems that the testing for safety is insanely inadequate. Big Pharma just does not care, not even a little bit. The government too is totally in bed with Big Pharma. We are like fish in barrel, totally defenseless against the tyranny from both government and the medical mafia.

      • eyesandears

        Hey deenie – I recall the entire squalene debacle well. Therefore, you can imagine my reaction upon reading, about a year ago, that it had been added to one of the flu vaccines… raising the question, “Who in their right minds…?”

        FDA-delineated testing protocols have been ignored and/or changed over the years. Particularly concerning was the elimination of Phase IV testing trials, turning the populace into guinea pigs. So it’s not the testing which is insanely inadequate, merely the testing administrators who are more than adequately insane.

  • Robert Cruder

    This accusation requires the accuser to provide proof that borax is harmful at the levels used.

    Most areas of the country are deficient in boron which is a beneficial but non-essential element.

    I have been consuming 200 mg of borax per day for years to no ill effect.

    The ignorant will always panic when a pretend authority reveals a contrived threat from a fictional conspiracy.

    I would call this an insult to the audience but it is directed at vaccine deniers and those with total faith in “natural” products. Such a scam is appropriate to that audience.

    • Daniel SanMartin

      Boron in small amounts reduces the toxic prozac-Fluoride, along with Jimca, lecithin,iodine {in seaweed} The problem with vaccines is when they use ‘thimerisol’ a preservative containing MERCURY, which does cause autism. a lot of vaccines,no longer use Thimerisol, however if you get a shot {fiu shot or whatever} make sure it has NO Thimerisol. read the lable, first.

    • George Henry

      You are incredibly misinformed. Proof of harm is NOT the measurement we should use to determine if something is harmful or not… proof of SAFETY is the measurement. Unless and until borax by injection in vaccines is proven safe, it should NOT be included in them. Oral ingestion does NOT qualify as any sort of safety test. Vaccines are injected, not ingested. Big difference!

  • Theresa StCroix

    it affects people in different ways it might be good for some people but not so good for other people.

  • snk

    I usually enjoy the info in the ANH newsletters. However, the attempt to demonize borax is ridiculous. I urge the author to do more extensive research and post a retraction. This audience is intelligent and well informed and expect the same from the authors.

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  • Polly Hattemer

    The aluminum in the vaccines removes boron from the body. Is that the reason some boron is included?

  • Aurora

    Boric acid is not sodium tetraborate (borax), and to conflate them as you do in your link and this article is dishonest. Boric acid is different chemically, and significantly more toxic at low doses than borax. However that said, borax is probably the least thing you need to worry about in terms of the toxins in vaccines.