The flu season starts around October and peaks around February. At this time all of the pharmacies are starting to push flu shots on consumers without fully explaining the risks that come with their toxic ingredients.
Carcinogens, neurotoxins, and seizure-causing chemicals in the Flu Vaccine (full breakdown of ingredients)
One such consumer re-wrote and posted on Facebook the following conversation between her and the pharmacist at Ride-Aid in a post that’s going viral on social media:
Consumer: “May I please have the package insert for the flu vaccine?”
Rite-Aid Pharmacist: “Why?”
C: “So I can read it.”
P: “Which one?”
C: “The one advertised with the little banners on every aisle.”
P: “I will print you the information sheet.”
C: “No, that’s not the same thing.”
P: “What do you want to know? I can tell you.”
C: “I would just like to read the whole thing before I consider getting one…side effects, contraindications, effectiveness, ingredients like mercury.”
P: “I don’t think I have any. Let me check. [checks] Sorry, I can’t give you one until the box is empty, because it has to stay in the box. And there isn’t any thimerisol in the single dose flu shot any more. I can print you the information sheet.”
Pharmacy co-worker with big smile at me: “Hi, I found one.” (hands insert to P, hands to me).
This type of conversation is becoming increasingly common as pharmacists adjust to the demands of curious customers. Unfortunately, many people are not lucky enough to find someone who will hand them an actual insert.
The hand out that most people receive, believe it or not, does not include the most vital vaccine safety information when it comes to risks.
For example, this is the information sheet people receive about Fluzone® High-Dose (a flu shot that shows 105 controversial senior citizens deaths right after the clinical trials of the vaccine among other adverse effects): view the information sheet here.
And this is the insert that shows all the adverse effects that happened during and after clinical studies; severe reactions reported after the vaccine arrived on the market, and other risks: view the insert here.
Source: Facebook. Photo by Sandra Ganey
The patient sheet is only
one single-column normal-font page long and the worst side effect it mentions is headache. On the other hand, the insert is four double-column small-font pages, and the side effects include a few dozen that are severe or life-threatening, including the potential of causing death.
The shocking information found in the actual insert that doctors (and on a rare occasion, patients) receive exists for every vaccination available.
Besides the side effects, from the insert we learn about the actual vaccine ingredients. They vary by manufacturer, and some are more toxic than the other, but all have at least one controversial and unhealthy ingredient.
What Exactly is in Flu Vaccines?