How to Naturally Detox From Vaccines

Vaccine injuries occur, and no one knows how frequently – just that it’s far more than one in a million, as the government claims. Many people have experienced new-onset health issues within days or weeks after vaccination. When this happens, the mainstream’s only suggestion is that it is a “coincidence” and to use pharmaceuticals to manage the symptoms.

Vaccines are a hot topic in our culture right now. On one side (the loudest side) are many doctors and politicians who say everyone needs to get every vaccine and booster available, with few exceptions. This side denies that vaccines have any real side effects beyond a sore arm or low-grade fever. When people experience side effects, they often downplay the severity. They say the vaccine didn’t cause it, but they're quick to blame an illness for every fatality, even if there was an underlying issue that truly caused said death. This is the side that happens to be a part of a trillion-dollar industry with a whole lot to lose. A perfect example is what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website states:

Any vaccine can cause side effects. For the most part these are minor (for example, a sore arm or low-grade fever) and go away within a few days (1).

On the opposite side are the people with nothing to lose, who are urging caution about vaccines. This side understands that vaccines (or any medical procedure) are not one-size-fits-all. This side genuinely believes the decision should be a personal choice based on peer-reviewed studies and examining one’s personal health history. And yet, this idea is controversial and oftentimes censored on social media platforms! It’s mind-boggling that forced vaccines are considered rational, but questions are not. So much for trusting the science, especially if you can't question it. Questioning science is how we've learned that cigarettes, alcohol, cocaine, heroin, and mercury are not safe to prescribe to patients as wonder drugs, and lobotomies and shock therapy are ineffective medical treatments.


As someone who has suffered two vaccine injuries and has an online presence on TikTok, surrounding these injuries, I felt detoxing vaccines was a topic worth addressing! Remember, I have nothing to gain but everything to lose by discussing such a controversial topic, but my goal is to hopefully save lives from the pain I and many others have endured at the hands of vaccines.


Toxic Ingredients In Vaccines

Signs of a Vaccine Injury

How to Report A Vaccine Injury

Can You Detox From Vaccines?

What Does Detoxing Do

What Toxins Are You Detoxing?

Herbs & Foods That Promote Heavy Metal Detoxification

Natural Detox Recommendations & Support

 

Toxic Ingredients In Vaccines

Have you ever read a vaccine insert? I'm not talking about the single print-out sheet they give you in the doctor's office, but the one that tells you all the toxic ingredients and adverse events, including death, and how to report an adverse event if necessary. If you read my article, The Truth About Vaccines, you may know some of these, but this ingredient list will focus on ingredients that can cause a vaccine injury instead of the animal and human DNA found in vaccines. A complete ingredient list from the CDC website can be found here.


Acetone

Acetone, sometimes called Dimethyl Ketone, 2-Propanone, Propanone, or Beta-Ketopropaneis, is a colorless solvent that can break down or dissolve other materials often found in paint thinner or nail polish (2). Breathing even moderate amounts of acetone for a short amount of time can irritate your nose, throat, lungs, and eyes. Acetone can also cause headaches, dizziness, confusion, a faster pulse, nausea, vomiting, effects on the blood, passing out and possible coma, and a shorter menstrual cycle in women (3). According to The Risk Assessment Information System (RAIS):

"Acute toxic effects following ingestion of 50 mL or more may include ataxia, sedation, and coma; respiratory depression; gastrointestinal disorders (vomiting and hematemesis); hyperglycemia and ketonemia; acidosis; and hepatic and renal lesions (Krasavage et al., 1982). Ingestion of 10-20 mL (7.9-15.8 g) generally is not toxic (HSDB, 1995), and consumption of 20 g/day for several days resulted in only slight drowsiness (Morgott, 1993). The minimum lethal dose for a 150-lb man is estimated to be 100 mL (79.1 g). No information is available on the subchronic or chronic oral toxicity to humans. In animal studies, subchronic oral exposures were associated with kidney damage and hematological changes (4)."

But the "experts" will claim it's safe to inject acetone into our bloodstream without any adverse events. That just doesn't make sense to me!


Aluminum

Aluminum is in many different vaccines under several other names, including amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate, aluminum phosphate, aluminum hydroxide, potassium aluminum sulfate, and more. Aluminum has been deemed a neurotoxin. The CDC claims the purpose of adjuvants like aluminum in vaccines is to help stimulate a stronger immune response, but why can't they use something like elderberry?


Many will argue that aluminum is only harmful in high doses, but let's do the math. The EPA and FDA have recommended a Secondary Maximum Contaminant Level (SMCL) of 0.05–0.2 mg/L for aluminum in drinking water (5). Children ages 5 to 8 are expected to drink 1 liter of water daily (6). According to the Vaccine Knowledge Project (VKP), vaccines have less than 2 milligrams of aluminum salts and less than a milligram of actual aluminum (6). So water can't have more than 0.2 mg/L of aluminum, but a vaccine that's being injected directly into the body can have 1 milligram in a 1 to 3-milliliter vile (7)?


So what do I mean when I say aluminum is a neurotoxin, and how does that affect the body? A neurotoxic substance alters the structure or function of the nervous system (8). In one study, the administration of aluminum to neonatal mice in vaccine-relevant amounts was associated with long-term neurological outcomes (9). Another article says aluminum in vaccines causes neurological disorders (10).


Aluminum overload and toxicity via aluminum-containing vaccines appeared to trigger a cascade of adverse immunological effects, leading to autoimmune conditions, including macrophagic myofasciitis (MMF) and chronic fatigue syndrome (11). Plus, the mechanisms of aluminum adjuvant toxicity and autoimmunity in pediatric populations have demonstrated concerns regarding the current vaccination practices, as children may be most at risk of vaccine-induced complications (12).


Additionally, alum adjuvant, a formulation of aluminum hydroxide and magnesium hydroxide, induces TH2 responses to coadministered antigens and potentially to unrelated environmental allergens, thus providing bystander (heterologous) responses that contribute to allergic disease (13). A 2004 study discovered an association between vaccination and the development of allergic disease (14). Mind you, in 2004; there were roughly 20+ vaccines on the childhood and adolescent immunization schedule (15) compared to the 70+ vaccines on the current vaccine schedule (16). This would explain why and how vaccines contribute to the allergy epidemic so heavily.


Dextrose

Dextrose is another name for sugar made from corn that is chemically identical to glucose or blood sugar. Medically speaking, dextrose is used to increase a person's blood sugar and should be avoided if you have any of the following (17):

  • If you have hyperglycemia or high blood sugar

  • If you have hypokalemia or low potassium levels in the blood

  • If you have peripheral edema or swelling in the arms, feet, or legs

  • If you have pulmonary edema, when fluids build up in the lungs

When dextrose is administered the intravenous route (via a vein), it may have side effects such as (18):

  • Bluish color

  • Blurred vision

  • Changes in skin color

  • Cough

  • Dizziness

  • Fast or slow heartbeat

  • Fever

  • Headache

  • Pain, redness, pale skin, or infection at the site of injection

  • Pains in the chest, groin, or legs, especially the calves of the legs

  • Rapid breathing

  • Severe headaches of sudden onset

  • Shortness of breath

  • Sudden loss of coordination

  • Sudden onset of slurred speech

  • Sudden vision changes

  • Swelling of the arms, feet, or lower legs

  • Weight gain

FD&C Yellow #6 Aluminum Lake Dye

Yellow 6 is also an artificial food coloring with reports of hypersensitivity reporting back to 1949 and can be found in gelatin, sausage, cereals, candy, and even pharmaceuticals. This artificial food coloring has been noted to cause allergic gastroenteritis, which in several cases, caused such severe abdominal cramps that the patient required hospitalization (19)


Yellow 6 has been linked to genetic damage, more specifically, chromosomal damage. Chromosomal damage is an increased number of micronucleated cells (20). Micronucleated cells are small nucleus that forms when there's a loss of a chromosome or damaged DNA (21). When this happens, it typically indicates a genotoxic event has occurred. The study suggested that extensive use of synthetic dyes should be forbidden due to genotoxic and cytotoxic impacts on living cells (22).


According to Eating Well, Yellow 6, amongst other food colorings, contain compounds such as benzidine and 4-aminobiphenyl, which have been linked to cancer (23). One study found that Red 3 causes animal cancer, and several other food colorings are carcinogenic. This same study also found that at least four other dyes (Blue 1, Red 40, Yellow 5, and Yellow 6) cause hypersensitivity, while many different food colorings were positive for genotoxicity, which suggests safety concerns are present (24).


Learn more regarding The Truth About Food Coloring here.


Formaldehyde

Formaldehyde is a colorless, flammable chemical used to embalm dead bodies and is often used in household cleaners, glues, fungicides, germicides, disinfectants, preservatives, and of course, vaccines. According to the American Cancer Society:

“Formaldehyde is a strong-smelling, colorless gas used in making building materials and many household products. It is used in pressed-wood products, such as particleboard, plywood, and fiberboard; glues and adhesives; permanent-press fabrics; paper product coatings; and certain insulation materials. It is also used to make other chemicals (25).”

Still, formaldehyde cannot be added to our food as a preservative–why? Maybe it has to do with the short and long-term side effects. Short-term, formaldehyde can cause watery eyes, burning sensation in the eyes, nose, and throat, coughing, wheezing, skin irritation, and nausea. Long-term, they aren't too sure but believe it may cause an increased risk of cancer (26).


Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)

Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) is a ubiquitous yet quite toxic food additive usually used to enhance the flavor of foods. Monosodium Glutamate is table salt from the common amino acid glutamic acid is one of the main ingredients; hence sodium is in the name. Monosodium Glutamate is made by fermenting starch, sugar beets, sugar cane, and molasses, meaning it is filled with salt and sugar, both things we should be limiting (27).

"A study done on the effects of MSG in individuals with irritable bowel syndrome and chronic pain condition, fibromyalgia, found that the subjects experienced gastrointestinal pain, diarrhea, headaches, muscle pain, extreme fatigue, and cognitive dysfunction. When the subjects were put on a diet low in free glutamate, these symptoms improved. Another research proved a connection between higher consumption of MSG and the prevalence of overweight adults in China. Additionally, it was proven that injecting a newborn mouse with a large dose of MSG caused harmful neurological effects (28)."

Unfortunately, despite plenty of reports to the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) of adverse events following consuming MSG, the FDA still considers it safe despite the various forms of toxicity it has been linked to and thoroughly discussed in scientific journals (29).


Neomycin Sulfate

Neomycin sulfate is an antibiotic generally used to reduce the risk of infection during bowel surgery (30). According to the CDC, the purpose of antibiotics in vaccines is to prevent contamination by bacteria. But what about the chance of antibiotic resistance, especially with over 70 vaccines on the current schedule? Fun Fact:

"CDC estimates about 47 million antibiotic courses each year are prescribed for infections that don't need antibiotics in U.S. doctors' offices and emergency departments each year. That's about 30% of all antibiotics prescribed (31)."

Aside from their purpose in vaccines, antibiotics are widely used to treat infections and diseases caused by bacteria. While killing bad bacteria, antibiotics also kill good bacterial strains that we need. Even a single antibiotic dose can lead to detrimental shifts in the composition and diversity of the gut flora (32).


Antibiotics can also lead to long-term changes in the gut flora. After completing an antibiotic dose, most bacteria return after 1–4 weeks, but their numbers usually don't return to the prior levels (33). Another study discovered that a single dose of antibiotics diminished the diversity of Bacteroides, one of the most dominant bacterial strains, and boosted the number of resistant strains. These consequences remained for up to two years (34)!


Additionally, when taken orally, neomycin sulfate has side effects, including (35):

  • An increased amount of gas

  • Any loss of hearing

  • Clumsiness

  • Diarrhea

  • Difficulty in breathing

  • Dizziness

  • Drowsiness

  • Greatly decreased frequency of urination or amount of urine

  • Increased thirst

  • Irritation or soreness of the mouth or rectal area

  • Light-colored, frothy, fatty-appearing stools

  • Nausea or vomiting

  • Ringing or buzzing or a feeling of fullness in the ears

  • Skin rash

  • Unsteadiness

  • Weakness


Polysorbate 80

Polysorbate 80, in its original form, Polysorbate is harmless sorbitol, a sugar alcohol. However, Polysorbate 80 is treated with 80 parts of ethylene oxide. It becomes problematic when any ingredient treated with ethylene oxide (or ethoxylated) can become contaminated with 1,4-dioxane, a potentially dangerous by-product. 1,4-dioxane is a known animal carcinogen that penetrates readily into the skin. This ingredient has also been linked with skin allergies (36). There is so much concern about this contaminant that a class-action lawsuit was filed in New Jersey against manufacturers of children's bath and personal-care products, but let's put it in our bloodstream.

"Polysorbate 80 has been associated with a number of adverse events. In food, small concentrations of undigested polysorbate 80 may enhance bacterial translocation across intestinal epithelia, a potential explanation for an observed increase in the incidence of Crohn’s disease. In drug formulations, polysorbate 80 has been implicated in a number of systemic reactions (e.g., hypersensitivity, nonallergic anaphylaxis, rash) and injection- and infusion-site adverse events (ISAEs; e.g., pain, erythema, thrombophlebitis). Polysorbate 80 has also been implicated in cases of renal and liver toxicity (37).

Potassium Phosphate

Potassium phosphate is an inorganic compound used as a laxative, dietary supplement, and electrolyte-replacement purposes (38). Potassium phosphate is generally used to treat or prevent hypophosphatemia (low phosphorus in the blood) (39).


Potassium phosphate shouldn't be used by those with (40):

  • high levels of potassium in your blood (hyperkalemia)

  • low levels of calcium in your blood (hypocalcemia)

  • high levels of phosphorus in your blood (hyperphosphatemia)

It's warned to tell your doctor if you've ever had (40):

  • Heart disease

  • Kidney disease

  • Addison's disease (an adrenal gland disorder)

Additionally, they warn not to give potassium phosphate to a child younger than 4 years old without a doctor's advice, but I can almost guarantee doctors don't know this ingredient is in vaccines.


Side effects of potassium phosphate include (41):

  • Nausea

  • Vomiting

  • Diarrhea

  • Dizziness

  • Headache

  • Bone/joint aches

  • Muscle cramps

  • Stomach pain

  • Confusion

  • Fast/irregular heartbeat

  • Unusual weakness

  • Tingling/numbness of the hands/feet

  • Signs of kidney problems (such as changes in the amount of urine)

Signs of Vaccine Injury

Contrary to popular belief, vaccine injury is not one in a million. The idea behind this statement is for every one million doses given in the U.S.; one person is compensated for injury in vaccine court. Studies have shown that not even 1% of adverse vaccine events are reported (42). As of September 2022, there have been 1,636,560 adverse events reported to VAERS.


Some signs of vaccine injury include (43):

  • Headaches (new/worse)

  • Facial asymmetry (left side drooping)

  • Fatigue (new/worse)

  • Muscle weakness

  • Loss of motor control

  • Behavior issues (new/worse)

  • Mood swings

  • Acne/breakouts (new/worse)

  • Skin rashes

  • High fever

  • Back arching

  • High-pitched screaming

  • Food allergies (new)

  • Diarrhea (new/chronic)

  • Seizures

  • Tics

  • Sensory issues

  • Eczema

  • Trouble sleeping

  • Autoimmune issues

  • Chronic ear infections

These are not always from vaccines, but they can be. None are “normal,” and detox may help improve health! If you’re looking for covid vaccine detox information, The Shedding Tool Guide is a great place to start.


How to Report A Vaccine Injury

The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is a website surveilled by the CDC. VAERS was established in 1990 as a national early warning system to detect possible safety problems in U.S.-licensed vaccines. The primary objectives of VAERS are to:

  • Detect new, unusual, or rare vaccine adverse events

  • Monitor increases in known adverse events

  • Identify potential patient risk factors for particular types of adverse events;

  • Assess the safety of newly licensed vaccines

  • Determine and address possible reporting clusters (e.g., suspected localized [temporally or geographically] or product-/batch-/lot-specific adverse event reporting)

  • Recognize persistent safe-use problems and administration errors

  • Provide a national safety monitoring system that extends to the general population to respond to public health emergencies, such as a large-scale pandemic influenza vaccination program (44).

Reporting a vaccine adverse event is as simple as going onto the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) website, surveilled by the CDC. You should always inform your healthcare provider if you're experiencing an adverse event. They are required by law to report the following:

  • Any adverse event listed in the VAERS Table of Reportable Events Following Vaccination that occurs within the specified period after vaccinations

  • An adverse event recorded by the vaccine manufacturer as a contraindication to further doses of the vaccine

They're only strongly encouraged to report:

  • Any adverse event that occurs after the administration of a vaccine licensed in the United States, whether it is or is not clear that a vaccine caused the adverse event

  • Vaccine administration errors

If you suspect a vaccine injury has occurred, I highly suggest reporting vaccine adverse events yourself instead of depending on your healthcare provider. You can write your or a family member's adverse event in one of two ways.

  1. Submit a VAERS report online here.

  2. Download a writable PDF Form from a computer here.


Can You Detox From Vaccines?

The mainstream will tell you detoxing isn’t possible. For instance, The Guardian states:

“There’s no such thing as ‘detoxing’. In medical terms, it’s a nonsense. Diet and exercise is the only way to get healthy.

Notice how they didn’t mention vaccines? They go on to say how all detoxes are fads and state:

“Detoxing – the idea that you can flush your system of impurities and leave your organs squeaky clean and raring to go – is a scam (45).”

That’s a bit of an exaggeration of the purpose of detoxification. Nonetheless, why do you think the patient is expected to cleanse their colon with excessive use of Miralax before a colonoscopy? It’s a form of detoxification, just using toxin-filled products.


The mainstream acknowledges that enhancing and rejuvenating the body’s natural detoxification system is possible. But wouldn’t improving your detoxification system, in turn, result in detoxing the body?


If your detoxification pathways are clogged or not being supported properly, they can’t detox. Some of these so-called “fads” are enhancing and rejuvenating what your body is naturally supposed to be doing. The thing is, these bodily functions may be hindered due to everyday toxin exposure.


I'm not suggesting taking Miralax, but we want to provide a regimen intended to remove toxins and impurities from the body–just as the actual definition means (46).

Although many mainstream sources will say detoxing isn’t possible, thankfully, the science states otherwise.


What Does Detoxing Do

Before you start a detox, let’s further understand what a detox is.


A “detox” helps, first, to open overburdened detox pathways – liver, kidneys, lymphatic, and bowel. These pathways are in our bodies to help us detox from all the junk in the world around us. But if we are exposed to many toxins at once, they can become sluggish and overworked. The first step is to help them get working normally again!


The second part of a detox is removing toxins from body parts where they have been stored – fat, muscles, lymphatic fluid, blood, or even the brain. It can be dangerous to knock these toxins loose if the detox organs aren’t open and working correctly because then the body can’t eliminate the toxins, which can circulate and cause further damage. Many “detox plans” don’t emphasize this enough.


While detoxing, you should be:

  • Supporting your liver

  • Supporting your kidneys

  • Supporting your lymphatic system

  • Supporting your gut

  • Supporting your immune system

  • Supporting your adrenals

  • Supporting your entire body

What Toxins Are You Detoxing?

Heavy metals are naturally occurring elements with a high atomic weight and density at least five times greater than water. Their toxicity depends on several factors, including the dose, route of exposure, chemical species, and the age, gender, genetics, and nutritional status of exposed individuals. Nonetheless, humans are exposed to heavy metals daily, from food and water contamination to vaccinations and amalgam (silver) fillings. Heavy metals that rank highest in toxicity include:

  • Arsenic

  • Cadmium

  • Chromium

  • Lead

  • Mercury (47)

Aside from the five ranked highest in toxicity, there are 30 other metals that are of concern for us because of residential or occupational exposure, out of which 18 are heavy metals, including (48):

  • Antimony

  • Arsenic

  • Bismuth

  • Cerium

  • Cobalt

  • Copper

  • Gallium

  • Gold

  • Iron

  • Manganese

  • Nickel

  • Platinum

  • Silver

  • Tellurium

  • Thallium

  • Tin

  • Uranium

  • Vanadium

  • Zinc

If you follow the definition, heavy metal is a metallic element with a relatively high density compared to water and is usually toxic at low concentrations. There are many other heavy metals when you follow the definition, such as aluminum (49). For a longer list of heavy metals by definition, click here.


Some signs of heavy metal toxicity include (50):

  • Abdominal pain

  • Chills or a low body temperature

  • Dehydration