MSG in your H1N1 vaccine?

>> Sunday, December 6, 2009

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As perhaps further evidence, if it is needed, that pharmaceutical companies' primary interest is not in your optimal health but in your wallet and what they can extract from it, here is a small peek into one of the recent swine flu vaccines available to the public, revealing some of its unexpected and hopefully uncommon ingredients. has a headline at the top of their page as of this writing that reads:
MedImmune’s H1N1 vaccine contains monosodium glutamate, hydrolyzed protein gelatin, and various forms of phosphates. See section 11, page 13 of the package insert.
If you don't want to pull up the PDF at the end of that link, here's a screenshot of what you'd be looking for, with some fun highlights:

Now, to be fair, this is talking about the nasal version of the vaccine, but what place does a neurotoxin have in any medicine? AstraZeneca is adding ingredients such as MSG and sugar so that for the few seconds it might drip down the back of your throat so you can taste it, that you won't find its taste unpleasant. One would suppose the gelatin (also a form of glutamate) could possibly make the medicine less watery, so it might reduce the amount that actually makes it to your throat for tasting, but it all comes back to the fact that none of these things should be put in your body, much less a vaccine.

Note that while the author believes in avoiding vaccines, this article does not and is not intended to address whether or not vaccines should be taken at all. This is only to provide factual links to unusual and toxic ingredients in an existing, commercial vaccine. If you are interested in finding out more about natural ways to prevent flu infection, see more articles listed below. This post is part of Prevention Not Prescription Tuesdays at

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