Aluminium Can Hurt You (It’s in Vaccines, Deodorant etc.)
Aluminium is one of the ingredients found in a number of vaccines in different formats and combinations, these vaccines include Anthrax, DT, DTaP-IPV, Hib, Hep A, Heb B, Human Papillomavirus, Japanese Encephalitis, Meningococcal, Td and Tdap.
Aluminium, the 13 element in the periodic table, is a silvery-white metal. Aluminium got its name from aluminium sulphates which in Latin were called alumen. It is said to be the third most common chemical element on our planet after oxygen and silicon.
Aluminium easily binds with other elements, as such, pure aluminium does not occur in nature. The most common form of aluminium found in nature is aluminium sulphates. Aluminium sulphates are used today to clean water, for cooking, in pharmaceutical, in cosmetology, in the chemical industry and in other sectors.
It is a soft metal readily absorbed into food, especially acid fruits. This is considered mildly toxic which is problematic since salts of aluminium are excreted from the body with difficulty. It is believed to be one of the causes of Alzheimer’s disease. The element tends to dry up tissues of the body, the end result of which can be formation of fibrous tissue. There is growing concern that it is associated with hyperactivity in children. So far fish and plant life have been unable to adapt to the increase in aluminium levels in the environment.
Most toxic metals are excreted by the kidneys, which organs should receive support by demulcents and diuretics where aluminium poisoning is suspected. Toxic effects of aluminium may arise from use of baking powders, antacids, deodorants and foodstuffs.
Symptoms of aluminium poisoning include memory loss, dementia, anorexia, irritative skin rash, constipation, colic.
Almost all antiperspirants sold over the counter are made from aluminium salts which have been implicated in skin granulomas. Deodorants that bear labels describing contents as dangerous to the eyes, nose and mouth should be rejected.
Herbs to Excrete Aluminium
Cilantro – according to various studies that heavy metal chelation using cilantro and chlorella can naturally remove an average of 87% of lead, 91% of mercury, and 74% of aluminum from the body within 45 days.
Silica herbs – silica has been found to reduce aluminium levels drastically in the body. Cucumbers, bananas, bentonite clay, and horsetail herb also contain high amounts of silica. Dr. Exley found that water high in silicic acid (oxygenated silica) had a positive effect on autistic children. Aluminium levels were found to be lower in the children by 50 to 70 percent who drank this kind of water. He then did the same study with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) patients. After 13 weeks of drinking high-silica water, the same results were achieved. In the AD patients, eight out of fifteen no longer showed neurological deterioration and three showed “substantial cognitive increase.”
Infrared Sauna – in research studies, high infrared saunas have been shown to not only trim body fat but also detox xenobiotics, i.e. foreign chemicals. These include heavy metals.
Avoid the following items:
- Aluminium foil and aluminum cookware
- Commercial baking powder
- Commercial deodorant
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