June 10, 2017 by Barbara H. Peterson
Monsanto Toxicologist Donna Farmer recently made the following statement regarding the toxicity of Glyphosate:
“I’ll give you an example of one of the studies,” she said during the debate, which was aired as part of The Doctors, an award-winning TV show. “They actually injected the Round-Up formulation into the abdomen of the animals and they did have an effect. But that’s not a relevant route of exposure for somebody who is going to be spraying that herbicide. So that’s what we look at and the regulatory agencies look at and, like the other bodies at the World Health Organization. IARC only looks and says, “If I inject it there’s a hazard.” So there’s different ways we look at the data.” (March Against Monsanto)
This is a very interesting statement. Let’s read it again: “IARC only looks and says, “If I inject it there’s a hazard.””
“If I inject it there’s a hazard.” Let that sink in. Then, let’s ask the question: Why does Glyphosate Patent US7771736 include injection as an acceptable means of administration?
Glyphosate Patent US7771736
Compositions of the present invention can be administered by any means that produces contact of the active agent with the agent’s site of action in the body, for example, suitable means including, but not limited to, oral, parenteral (e.g., intravenous, intraarterial, subcutaneous, rectal, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intraorbital, intracapsular, intraspinal, intraperitoneal, or intrasternal), topical (nasal, transdermal, intraocular), intravesical, intrathecal, enteral, pulmonary, intralymphatic, intracavital, vaginal, transurethral, intradermal, aural, intramammary, buccal, orthotopic, intratracheal, intralesional, percutaneous, endoscopical, transmucosal, sublingual and intestinal administration. They can be administered by any conventional means available for use in conjunction with pharmaceuticals, either as individual therapeutic agents or in a combination of therapeutics. Preferably, composition of the present invention is administered as a pharmaceutical formulation comprising at least one compound of the present invention, as defined above, together with one or more pharmaceutically acceptable carriers. It can be co-administered in the form of a tablet or capsule, as an agglomerated powder, or in a liquid form, or as a liposome. (Farm Wars)
But an argument could be made that it is the herbicidal formulation that is hazardous if injected, and this must be a different Glyphosate formula. Uh huh. So, what about all of the vaccines that are contaminated with the herbicidal formulation?
Interestingly enough, Glyphosate is a known vaccine contaminant in vaccines deemed “acceptable” by the FDA.
This list of vaccine ingredients indicates the culture media used in the production of common vaccines and the excipients they contain. Most vaccines listed are produced on cultures containing either egg, which are allowed to contain 0.05 mg/Kg glyphosate residues, or Bovine serum albumin, which are from cows allowed to eat fodder that contain 500 mg/Kg glyphosate residues. Also listed are substances used in the manufacturing process.
|Adenovirus vaccine||Dulbecco’s Modified Eagle Medium, human diploid fibroblast cell culture (WI-38)||Acetone, alcohol, anhydrous lactose, castor oil, cellulose acetate phthalate, dextrose, D-fructose, D-mannose, FD&C Yellow #6 aluminum lake dye, fetal bovine serum, human serum albumin, magnesium stearate, micro crystalline cellulose, plasdone C, Polacrilin potassium, potassium phosphate, sodium bicarbonate, sucrose|
|Anthrax vaccine (Biothrax)||Puziss-Wright medium 1095, synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum hydroxide, amino acids, benzethonium chloride, formaldehyde, inorganic salts and sugars, vitamins|
|BCG (Bacillus Calmette-Guérin) (TICE BCG)||Synthetic or semisynthetic||Asparagine, citric acid, lactose, glycerin, iron ammonium citrate, magnesium sulfate, potassium phosphate|
|DTaP (DAPTACEL)||Cohen-Wheeler or Stainer-Scholte media, synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum phosphate, formaldehyde, Glutaraldehyde, 2-phenoxyethanol|
|DTaP (Infanrix)||Cohen-Wheeler or Stainer-Scholte media, Lathan medium derived from bovine casein, Linggoud-Fenton medium derived from bovine extract, synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum hydroxide, bovine extract, formaldehyde, glutaraldhyde, polysorbate 80|
|DTaP (Tripedia)||Cohen-Wheeler or Stainer-Scholte media, synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum potassium sulfate, ammonium sulfate, bovine extract, formaldehyde, gelatin, peptone, polysorbate 80, sodium phosphate, thimerosal|
|DTaP/Hib (TriHIBit)||Synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum potassium sulfate, ammonium sulfate, bovine extract, formaldehyde or formalin, gelatin, polysorbate 80, sucrose, thimerosal|
|DTaP-IPV (KINRIX)||Vero (monkey kidney) cell culture, synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum hydroxide, calf serum, formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, lactalbumin hydrolysate, neomycin sulfate, polymyxin B, polysorbate 80|
|DTaP-HepB-IPV (Pediarix)||Bovine protein, Lathan medium derived from bovine casein, Linggoud-Fenton medium derived from bovine extract, Vero (monkey kidney) cell culture, synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum hydroxide, aluminum phosphate, calf serum, lactalbumin hydrolysate, formaldehyde, glutaraldhyde, neomycin sulfate, polymyxin B, polysorbate 80, yeast protein|
|DtaP-IPV/Hib (Pentacel)||Synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum phosphate, bovine serum albumin, formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, MRC-5 cellular protein, neomycin, polymyxin B sulfate, polysorbate 80, 2-phenoxyethanol|
|DT (diphtheria vaccine plus tetanus vaccine) (Sanofi)||Synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum potassium sulfate, bovine extract, formaldehyde, thimerosal|
|DT (Massachusetts)||Synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum hydroxide, formaldehyde or formalin|
|Hib vaccine (ActHIB)||Synthetic or semisynthetic||Ammonium sulfate, formaldehyde, sucrose|
|Hib (PedvaxHib)||Synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate|
|Hib (Hiberix)||Semisynthetic||Formaldehyde, lactose|
|Hib/Hep B (Comvax)||Synthetic or semisynthetic, yeast or yeast extract||Amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate, amino acids, dextrose, formaldehyde, hemin chloride, mineral salts, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, potassium aluminum sulfate, sodium borate, soy peptone, yeast protein|
|Hepatitis A vaccine (Havrix)||Human diploid tissue culture (MRC-5)||Aluminum hydroxide, amino acid supplement, formalin, MRC-5 cellular protein, neomycin sulfate, phosphate buffers, polysorbate 20|
|Hepatitis A vaccine (VAQTA)||Human diploid tissue culture (MRC-5)||Amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate, bovine albumin or serum, formaldehyde, MRC-5 cellular protein, sodium borate|
|Hepatitis B vaccine (Engerix-B)||Yeast or yeast extract||Aluminum hydroxide, phosphate buffers, yeast protein|
|Hepatitis B vaccine (Recombivax HB)||Yeast or yeast extract||Amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate, amino acids, dextrose, formaldehyde, mineral salts, potassium aluminum sulfate, soy peptone, yeast protein|
|HepA/HepB vaccine (Twinrix)||Human diploid tissue culture (MRC-5), yeast or yeast extract||Aluminum hydroxide, aluminum phosphate, amino acids, formalin, MRC-5 cells, neomycin sulfate, phosphate buffers, polysorbate 20, yeast protein|
|Human papillomavirus (HPV) (Cervarix)||Trichoplusia ni cells||Aluminum hydroxide, amino acids, lipids, mineral salts, sodium dihydrogen phosphate dehydrate, type 16 viral protein L1, type 18 viral protein L1, vitamins|
|Human papillomavirus (HPV) (Gardasil)||Yeast or yeast extract||Amino acids, amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate, carbohydrates, L-histidine, mineral salts, polysorbate 80, sodium borate, vitamins, yeast protein|
|Influenza vaccine (Afluria)||Chicken embryo||Beta-propiolactone, calcium chloride, dibasic sodium phosphate, egg protein, monobasic potassium phosphate, monobasic sodium phosphate, neomycin sulfate, polymyxin B, potassium chloride, sodium taurodeoxychoalate, thimerosal (multi-dose vials only)|
|Influenza vaccine (Agriflu)||Chicken embryo||Egg proteins, formaldehyde, polysorbate 80, cetyltrimethylammonium bromide, neomycin sulfate, kanamycin|
|Influenza vaccine (Fluarix)||Chicken embryo||Formaldehyde, octoxynol-10 (Triton X-100), α-tocopheryl hydrogen succinate, polysorbate 80 (Tween 80), hydrocortisone, gentamicin sulfate, ovalbumin, sodium deoxycholate, sucrose, phosphate buffer|
|Influenza vaccine (Flublok)||insect cell line (expresSF+®)||Monobasic sodium phosphate, dibasic sodium phosphate, polysorbate 20, baculovirus and host cell proteins, baculovirus and cellular DNA, Triton X-100, lipids, vitamins, amino acids, mineral salts|
|Influenza vaccine (Flucelvax)||Madin Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cell protein||Madin Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cell protein, MDCK cell DNA, polysorbate 80, cetyltrimethlyammonium bromide, β-propiolactone, phosphate buffer|
|Influenza vaccine (Flulaval)||Chicken embryo||Formaldehyde, á-tocopheryl hydrogen succinate, polysorbate 80, sodium deoxycholate, thimerosal, ovalbumin|
|Influenza vaccine (Fluvirin)||Chicken embryo||Beta-propiolactone, egg protein, neomycin, nonylphenol ethoxylate, polymyxin, thimerosal (multi-dose containers), thimerosal (single-dose syringes)|
|Influenza vaccine (Fluzone)||Chicken embryo||Egg protein, formaldehyde, gelatin (standard formulation only), octylphenol ethoxylate (Triton X-100), sodium phosphate, thimerosal (multi-dose containers only)|
|Influenza vaccine (FluMist)||Chicken kidney cells, chicken embryo||Arginine, dibasic potassium phosphate, egg protein, ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, gentamicin sulfate, hydrolyzed porcine gelatin, monobasic potassium phosphate, monosodium glutamate, sucrose|
|Japanese encephalitis vaccine (JE-Vax)||Mouse brain culture||Formaldehyde or formalin, gelatin, mouse serum protein, polysorbate 80, thimerosal|
|Japanese encephalitis vaccine (Ixiaro)||Vero (monkey kidney) cell culture||Aluminum hydroxide, bovine serum albumin, formaldehyde, protamine sulfate, sodium metabisulphite|
|Meningococcal vaccine (Menactra)||Modified Mueller-Miller medium, Mueller Hinton agar, Watson Scherp medium||Formaldehyde (Each 0.5 mL dose may contain residual amounts of formaldehyde of less than 2.66 µg (0.000532%), by calculation), phosphate buffers|
|Meningococcal vaccine (Menomune)||Watson Scherp media, Mueller Hinton agar||Lactose, thimerosal (multi-dose vial only)|
|Meningococcal vaccine (Menveo)||Franz complete medium||Amino acids, formaldehyde, yeast extract|
|MMR vaccine (MMR-II)||Human diploid tissue culture (WI-38), Medium 199||Amino acids, fetal bovine serum, glutamate, hydrolyzed gelatin, neomycin, recombinant human serum albumin, sodium phosphate, sorbitol, sucrose, vitamins|
|MMRV vaccine (ProQuad)||Human diploid tissue cultures (MRC-5, WI-38), Medium 199||Bovine calf serum, dibasic potassium phosphate, dibasic sodium phosphate, human albumin, human serum albumin, hydrolyzed gelatin, monobasic potassium phosphate, monosodium L-glutamate, MRC-5 cellular protein, neomycin, sodium bicarbonate, sorbitol, sucrose, potassium chloride|
|Pneumococcal vaccine (Pneumovax)||Bovine protein||Phenol|
|Pneumococcal vaccine (Prevnar)||Soy peptone broth||Aluminum phosphate, ammonium sulfate, casamino acid, polysorbate 80, succinate buffer, yeast|
|Polio vaccine (IPV – IPOL)||Vero (monkey kidney) cell culture, Medium 199||Calf serum protein, formaldehyde, neomycin, 2-phenoxyethanol, polymyxin B, streptomycin|
|Polio vaccine (IPV – Poliovax)||Human diploid tissue culture (MRC-5)||sodium chloride|
|Rabies vaccine (Imovax)||Human diploid tissue culture (MRC-5)||Albumin, MRC-5 cells, neomycin sulfate, phenol|
|Rabies vaccine (RabAvert)||Rhesus fetal lung tissue culture, chicken embryo||Amphotericin B, beta-propiolactone, chicken protein, chlortetracycline, human serum albumin, neomycin, ovalbumin, polygeline (processed bovine 14 gelatin), potassium glutamate|
|Rotavirus vaccine (RotaTeq)||Vero (monkey kidney) cell culture||fetal bovine serum, sodium citrate, sodium phosphate monobasic monohydrate, sodium hydroxide, sucrose, polysorbate 80|
|Rotavirus vaccine (ROTARIX)||Dulbecco’s Modified Eagle Medium (DMEM)||Amino acids, calcium carbonate, dextran, sorbitol, sucrose, vitamins, xanthan|
|Td vaccine (Decavac)||Mueller & Miller medium, synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum potassium sulfate, bovine muscle tissue, formaldehyde, peptone, thimerosal|
|Td vaccine (Mass)||Modified Mueller’s media, synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum phosphate, ammonium phosphate, bovine extracts, formaldehyde, thimerosal (some multi-dose vials)|
|Tdap vaccine (Adacel)||Mueller’s growth medium, Mueller-Miller casamino acidmedium(without beef heart infusion), synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum phosphate, ammonium sulfate, formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, 2-phenoxyethanol|
|Tdap vaccine (Boostrix)||Fenton media with bovine casein, Lathan medium derived from bovine casein, Linggoud-Fenton medium derived from bovine extract, Stainer-Scholte liquid medium, synthetic or semisynthetic||Aluminum hydroxide, bovine extract, formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, polysorbate 80|
|Typhoid vaccine (inactivated – TYPHIM Vi)||Synthetic or semisynthetic||Disodium phosphate, monosodium phosphate, phenol, polydimethylsiloxane, hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide|
|Typhoid vaccine (oral – Ty21a/Vivotif)||Amino acids, ascorbic acid, casein, dextrose, galactose,lactose, sucrose, yeast extract|
|Vaccinia (ACAM2000)||Vero (monkey kidney) cell culture||Glycerin, human serum albumin, mannitol, neomycin, phenol, polymyxin B|
|Varicella vaccine (Varivax)||Human diploid tissue cultures (MRC-5 and WI-38)||Dibasic sodium phosphate, ethylenediamine tetra acetic acid[ sodium (EDTA), fetal bovine serum, gelatin, glutamate, monobasic potassium phosphate, monobasic sodium phosphate, monosodium L-glutamate, MRC-5 DNA and cellular protein, neomycin, phosphate, potassium chloride, sucrose|
|Yellow fever vaccine (YF-Vax)||Chicken embryo||Egg protein, gelatin, sorbitol|
|Zoster vaccine (Zostavax)||Human diploid tissue cultures (MRC-5 and WI-38)||Bovine calf serum, dibasic sodium phosphate, hydrolyzed porcine gelatin, monosodium L-glutamate, MRC-5 DNA and cellular protein, monobasic potassium phosphate, neomycin, potassium chloride, sucrose|
Here is the Codex list of allowable amounts of Glyphosate contamination for food and feed, which is fed to the animals which are used to make the vaccines. No, the Glyphosate does not magically disappear once animals or humans eat it. It remains in the ingredients derived from these animals, which in turn, is injected into your body every time you take a contaminated vaccine.
The bottom line is, whether or not Glyphosate is purposely put into a vaccine or whether the ingredients used to make the vaccine contain Glyphosate, it is in the vaccines.
So, Donna, which is it? Is Glyphosate an acceptable ingredient in vaccines, or if injected is it a hazard?
According to those in charge of food, feed and vaccine safety, as well as a Monsanto patent, it is acceptable. Consider the following facts:
The FAO says Glyphosate contamination in food and feed is acceptable, and products made from animals that eat the feed are contaminated with Glyphosate.
The Glyphosate residues that end up in vaccines from using ingredients contaminated with Glyphosate are approved, and therefore acceptable.
A Glyphosate patent says it is acceptable for injection.
Yet, Monsanto’s own Toxicologist says: “If I inject it there’s a hazard.”
Yes, Donna, there is a hazard. And there is no safe level of Glyphosate in the human body, whether ingested or injected.
Anthony Samsel gave evidence to the California Environmental Protection Agency on 07/06/2017 to advise them on the safe levels of glyphosate. He wrote:
“There are no safe levels of glyphosate. Glyphosate is a synthetic amino acid and analogue of our canonical amino acid glycine and participates in plant and animal biology. One microgram of glyphosate technical acid ( N-phosphonylmethyl glycine) contains 3.561 trillion molecules each capable of integrating with a protein altering shape, folding and function. I am a US scientist and hazardous chemicals materials consultant and expert on the subject of Glyphosate. I am one of few people to have received all of the Monsanto’s trade secret sealed studies on glyphosate from the US EPA. The federal agency supplied these documents in excess of 100,000 pages to me under the FOIA with special consideration for my research into this chemical. I now have six peer-reviewed papers on the subject of glyphosate and several more papers on the glyphosate in progress, a short list to some of these studies links are appended. The full series of peer-reviewed glyphosate papers may be found at ResearchGate in the author file under Anthony Samsel.
I call on the California Environmental Protection Agency to immediately ban the chemical glyphosate based on the latest scientific research conducted here in the USA. Glyphosate has recently been found to integrate with structural proteins as well as animal i.e. human enzymes that include digestive enzymes pepsin, trypsin and lipase as well as lysozyme.”
After some technical details he finishes the document:
“The fact that glyphosate integrates with human enzymes should be reason enough to ban this chemical completely. There should be no glyphosate or glufosinate in the food supply nor in drinking water, air or soil. Glyphosate is a synthetic amino acid that should have no place in biology. We are but one biosphere, what affects one affects all.“
Research Scientist / Consultant SEAPHS Samsel Environmental and Public Health Services
P.O. Box 131 Deerfield, NH 03037 email@example.com 603-463-3762
(Source: Rosemary Mason Glyphosate Renewal EU)
I repeat: Yes, Donna, there is a hazard. There is a hazard of you breathe it, eat it, drink it, inject it, or in any way use it. And you, along with the company you work for and represent, are subjecting the people of the world to this hazardous substance without conscience, remorse, or accountability to government agencies supposedly put in place to protect the rest of us from people like you. Or maybe you simply meant that it is hazardous only if YOU inject it. The rest of us must be, well, to put it mildly, somehow inhuman and not subject to the laws of nature.
So, let’s get this straight. According Donna Farmer, we should just ignore all those pesky studies that disagree with Monsanto’s bottom line and listen to what she says. And what she says is straight from the PR department at Monsanto. The message she is conveying is:
Trust me, I’m a mom and I say it’s safe. P.S., just don’t inject it, silly!
Brilliant strategy. Too bad it’s so transparent. At least to those who do a bit of research outside of the Monsanto domain.
©2017 Barbara H. Peterson