Vaccinations via subdermal injection have been used for the past century, with the theory being that vaccinations boost your immune system and allow your body to resist deadly viruses. While it may seem like a legitimate reason to vaccinate, unfortunately these vaccines are oftentimes more damaging and harmful than they are helpful. Recently, a report from the Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology found that aluminum hydroxide, the main metal-based adjuvant present in vaccines, as well as a supplemental aid, may be causing an aluminum overdose at the point of vaccine injection.
In the report, a 45 year old woman had vaccine-inducted subcutaneous pseudo lymphoma, a nasty skin lesion comprised of lymphocytes, macrophages, and dendrite cells in the skin at the cellular level. The biopsy of the skin at the site of the injection revealed a cluster of aluminum deposits in the macrophages. The skin sample compared to a control group had as much as 150 times the amount of aluminum deposits, a very alarming amount of the skin detriment.