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Vaccine Infused Foods Edible Vaccines: What’s in your Banana?

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On 7/30/2015, 4:33:57, Lucy Barnable said:

http://images.sodahead.com/polls/003713443/1442312700_Mutant_Banana_by_funkfried333_answer_6_xlarge.jpeg

Yumm. :unsure: 
This is pure insanity! What's next?
Vaccines in shampoo that are absorbed through the skin.

While not specifically calling it a vaccine, many of the items in shampoo are toxic. Lots of the cosmetics including shampoo have meth in them, which if you were to make it yourself, it would not be legal. However when companies make it and put it in their products, its legal. Hows that for a double standard? They don't even tell you besides listing the stuff on the ingredient list sometimes. There is not even a label "non legal product".

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On 8/4/2015, 2:22:40, rbear said:

While not specifically calling it a vaccine, many of the items in shampoo are toxic. Lots of the cosmetics including shampoo have meth in them, which if you were to make it yourself, it would not be legal. However when companies make it and put it in their products, its legal. Hows that for a double standard? They don't even tell you besides listing the stuff on the ingredient list sometimes. There is not even a label "non legal product".

Meth? That's freaky! Most shampoos, lotions, sunblock and cosmetics are toxic.
I use baby shampoo, coconut or sesame oil for lotion and conditioner and I make my own make up now.

 

http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-5971/12-Toxic-Ingredients-to-AVOID-in-Cosmetics-Skin-Care-Products-Infographic.html

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On 8/4/2015, 9:42:28, Lucy Barnable said:

Meth? That's freaky! Most shampoos, lotions, sunblock and cosmetics are toxic.I use baby shampoo, coconut or sesame oil for lotion and conditioner and I make my own make up now.

 

http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-5971/12-Toxic-Ingredients-to-AVOID-in-Cosmetics-Skin-Care-Products-Infographic.html

I heard about stuff like this, but never really looked into it, I also heard something about that Hand Sanitizer stuff that people use, contains something in it, that absorbs through the skin, estrogen, or some chemical that has to do with sterilizing people or something.

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I heard about stuff like this, but never really looked into it, I also heard something about that Hand Sanitizer stuff that people use, contains something in it, that absorbs through the skin, estrogen, or some chemical that has to do with sterilizing people or something.

Yep. It makes men girly and other nasty things.

BPA and Hand Sanitizer: a Toxic Mix With Serious Health Risks?

Bisphenol-A (BPA) is a chemical that has been used in consumer goods since the 1950s. It’s found in plastic containers, food cans, DVDs, cell phones, eyeglass lenses, automobile parts, sports equipment, and in the thermal paper used for airline ticket, gas, ATM, cash register, and other types of receipts.
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Why is this a problem? We’ve known for decades that BPA can mimic the effects of estrogen. The best way to think of chemicals with estrogenic activity is as a counterfeit key fitting into a loose lock. When these chemicals activate the estrogen receptor, they produce an increase in circulating estrogen, which in turn can wreak havoc on both male and female reproductive and endocrine systems.

https://chriskresser.com/bpa-and-hand-sanitizer-a-toxic-mix-with-serious-health-risks/

 

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While not specifically calling it a vaccine, many of the items in shampoo are toxic. Lots of the cosmetics including shampoo have meth in them, which if you were to make it yourself, it would not be legal. However when companies make it and put it in their products, its legal. Hows that for a double standard? They don't even tell you besides listing the stuff on the ingredient list sometimes. There is not even a label "non legal product".

Hmm is that why they found meth in an abandoned taco bell the other day? lol Hope not!

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When I was a kid I read - methylisothiazolinone - on the shampoo bottle.

Then I saw Methylchloroisothiazolinone. I thought I was smart just to read it.

Then, I stopped taking a bath and became a Conspiracy Theorist!

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When I was a kid I read - methylisothiazolinone -http://www.naturalnews.com/005342.html#  on the shampoo bottle.

Then I saw Methylchloroisothiazolinone. I thought I was smart just to read it.

Then, I stopped taking a bath and became a Conspiracy Theorist!

Methylparaben http://www.livestrong.com/article/21581-dangers-methylparaben . 

Prob some more, I missed I'm sure. I looked one of the items up before (I don't remember which meth it was) and it said from the product methanphetamine. I think it was found in head and shoulders shampoo, and some other products. The article I seen said that only factories can make it and sell it, as if trying it yourself will probably get you arrested. It them stated why are factories allowed to make a non legal product and put it in shampoos and other items.

However we all know the government doesn't like competition. So it seems as long as its diluted to move about, its ok as seen below. By this I mean not just 9 bottles for a lot.

 Millions in meth concealed in shampoo

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11224376

 

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