Monday, October 26, 2009

Why a "Special' H1N1 Vaccine for some?

The German government has reported that their troops and their government people will get a special H1N1 vaccine, while the general populace will get the regular vaccine. I want to know why that is? Is one better/safer? And if one is better/safer, why isn't everyone getting the best one?

The general polulation will be offered the GlaxoSmithKline vaccine called
Pandemrix, which contains a new booster element, or adjunct, as well as a preservative containing mercury.

Chancellor Angela Merkel, her cabinet members and ministry civil servants as well as those working for other agencies will get
Celvapan, produced by US firm Baxter, which does not have the adjuvant or the mercury preservative, according to Der Spiegel.


  1. Why indeed! If one's leaders are not willing to take the vaccine with the adjuvants and mercury, why should anyone else? Mensch!

    You may find Dr. Rath's "Facts and Fiction About the 2009 Swine Flu Pandemic" interesting. Here is the link:

    In the meantime, make sure you have tumeric stocked in the house. Tumeric is a great anti-inflammatory spice. Lab studies have confirmed its ability to inhibit cytokines. Take a pinch of black pepper with your tumeric to make it more digestible/bio-available.


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