- Many vaccines contain Polysorbate 80. Polysorbate 80 acts as an emulsifier to disperse all the other ingredients evenly within the liquid and is also used in some foods and cosmetics.
- Polysorbate 80 may cause cancer based on animal test data.
- Polysorbate 80 is used in pharmacology to assist in the delivery of certain drugs or chemotherapeutic agents across the blood-brain-barrier. The blood-brain-barrier separates the brain from the circulatory system and protects the central nervous system from harmful chemicals and other toxins. The blood brain barrier is particularly weak and more easily penetrated during infancy and in old age.
- Once injected into the body, polysorbate 80 can rapidly break down into sorbitol and ethylene oxide. Sorbitol has the ability to increase the risk of diabetes, cell death, mitochondrial failure and DNA fragmentation.
- The use of Polysorbate 80 in vaccines is that it may permit the entry of other toxic ingredients, such as heavy metals, into the brain.
- According to the Material Safety and Data Sheet on ScienceLab.com, Polysorbate 80 was tested for inhalation and ingestion and demonstrated to be slightly hazardous in case of skin contact. The MSDS does not address the effects of polysorbate through injection.
- The same toxicology section under special remarks on chronic and toxic effects on human, it states that Polysorbate 80:
May cause adverse reproductive effects based on animal test data. No human data found. May cause cancer based on animal test data. No human data found. May affect genetic material (mutagenic). Ingestion of very large doses may cause abdominal spasms and diarrhea. Animal studies have shown it to cause cardiac changes, changes in behavior (altered sleep time) and weight loss (upon repeated or prolonged ingestion). However, no similar human data has been reported.