/ February 11, 2018/ Autism Spectrum, Cancer, Iatrogenic Disease, Vaccination/ 0 comments

First published at steemit.com here.

You’ll find this carcinogen in food, cosmetics & baby wipes.  You’ll also find it in vaccines, doing something scary.

Polysorbate 80’s irresponsible use in injectables like vaccines is what stuns me.  It causes a breach in the blood-brain barrier that the medical profession cannot deny knowledge of as they use it to enable chemotherapy drugs access to the brain for brain tumour treatments.

Polysorbate 80 is a kind of detergent & it’s used in injectables as a stabilizing agent.    It is found in your vaccines alongside toxic metal adjuvants like ALUMINIUM, which are used to suppress the immune system so that injected disease particles are not cleared rapidly [is it any wonder this causes long-term immune suppression?]    Polysorbate 80 opens the door for aluminum to enter the brain from the blood after vaccination, leading to brain metal toxicity linked to Alzheimer’s for one.

Frequently, as a homeopath treating children with autism, I see that aluminum toxicity is a causative factor in vaccine-induced regression and its removal through homeopathic detox therapy can lead to some wonderful recoveries.  How many children worldwide are not recovered from vaccine-induced autism and how many dollars are paid out in therapies per year?  I cannot begin to calculate the human costs.

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Photo by Gabriel Gurrola on Unsplash

Whilst I was looking at its use alongside chemo I came across a study that talks about the carcinogenic nature of polysorbate 80.  yet it is still used in many applications and directly injected into your child.

Please, people, wake up and stop trusting.  If your great-grandmother didn’t use it it’s probably time to dump it out [and dump out a few obvious things she used as medicine too!]

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About Sally Lloyd

Sally Lloyd is a classical homeopath working internationally, with special interests in autism, anxiety, children's behaviour disorders, and adrenal fatigue/hypothyroidism. She's the mother of 4 daughters from age 30 to age 10, 2 of whom she still home educates. She's happily married and lives on a small holding in Staffordshire in the UK.

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