Do Canadian vaccines contain aluminum?

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Do Canadian vaccines contain aluminum?

The short answer is Yes.

Aluminum is not just an element but also one of the most abundant metals on Earth. It can be found in the air, water, and many different foods we consume daily.

It can be found everywhere– even on your breakfast cereal!

Aluminum is the most abundant metal on Earth in addition to being the most recyclable metal on earth. ( 100% recyclable.)

Back to Canadian Vaccines.

Many vaccines contain aluminum, which is used as an adjuvant.

Adjuvants enhance the immune response so that fewer amounts of active ingredients and fewer doses are needed for patients to be protected against disease.

Vaccines containing  Aluminum have been safely used since the 1930s.

These days, we always need to be aware of potential dangers regarding vaccines. However, the amount of aluminum in them is so tiny that it will not pose any danger or risk to human health.

About 40 % of aluminum from vaccines is eliminated from the body in less than 24 hours and the rest within two weeks.

Infants are more likely to get aluminum from their diet in the first six months of life than from vaccines.

It’s true, babies do have a small amount of aluminum in their bloodstreams.

The aluminum content in vaccines is carefully monitored by Health Canada to ensure that it does not cause neurologic effects. The maximum amount allowed per dose has been set at 1.25 mg, which protects patients from any serious side effects such as headaches or dizziness caused by too much exposure to this metal.

Despite claims by some groups opposed to immunization, vaccines do not contain anti-freeze.

Hundreds of millions of people have been safely vaccinated with aluminum-containing vaccines.

While it may seem like aluminum is harmless, people with kidney problems or who receive large amounts for months will likely experience harmful side effects.


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