Benzethonium Chloride in Vaccines: A Toxic Anti-microbial and Preservativehttp://www.associatedcontent.com/article/901833/benzethonium_chloride_in_vaccines_a.html?cat=70
Fortunately, Benzethonium Chloride is not used in most mainstream vaccines. Benzethonium Chloride is an anti-microbial agent used as a disinfectant, antiseptic, antibacterial, detergent and preservative. It is used in the food and cosmetic industries as well as in vaccine use. It has
recently been found to be one of the most effective chemical compounds against MRSA, a Staph bacteria that has become more of a threat than just hospital environments.
MSDS for Benzethonium Chloride under section 11, Toxicological Information reveals this to be a toxic chemical by ingestion or inhalation, (this data does not cover it's dangers or hazards of injection). It has acute oral toxicity and damages the mucus membranes. It is hazardous to humans for skin contact, inhalation, and ingestion.
Also based on animal testing it may be a mutagenic, (cause mutations in genetic information), as well as carcinogenic. Ingestion may cause adverse reactions in the following area's, CNS depression, convulsions, seizures, coma, respiratory depression, blood, urinary system and metabolism. I really hate the thought of some of these ingredients being injected into the body, if it isn't safe to breath, eat, or touch, how can it possibly be beneficial to inject?
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