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Disinfectant Chemicals

By LeeAnn Anita

If you’re concerned in any way about 'injecting disinfectant', you may want to consider skipping those vaccines for your kiddos. Why?

Let’s talk about Glutaraldehyde:

It’s a registered pesticide for use in the US. It is used as an algaecide, bacteriocide, and fungicide. (Source: CDC

It’s used in production of the following vaccines:

  • DtaP (Pentacel, Infanrix)

  • DTaP-IPV (Kinrix,Quadracel)

  • DTaP-HebB-IPV (Pediarix)

  • DTaP-IPV/Hib (Pentacel)

  • TDaP (Adacel)

OSHA says exposure to this will cause asthma and other respiratory distress. (Source: OSHA

National Institute of Health has an actual database of household products containing glutaraldehyde:

*update* the NIH merged their info with a new site and redirects here:

Spoiler, they include:

  • Fabuloso floor cleaner

  • Sunlight liquid dish soap (lemon scent)

  • Snuggle Ultra Blue Sparkle Fabric Softener

  • Clorox Fraganzia Multi-Purpose Cleaner (Lavender Eucalyptus, Morning Sky, and Forest Dew)

  • And more!


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