Phenol (carbolic acid): A deadly poison; a common disinfectant and dye.
Formaldehyde: A known cancer-causing agent commonly used to embalm corpses.
Thimerosal (a mercury derivative) A toxic heavy metal that is not easily eliminate from the body; used as a preservative in vaccines. Can result in brain injury and autoimmune disease. In one study, Thimerosal was shown to be 4 to 6 times more toxic for human cells than for the staphylococci germs.
Alum A preservative.
Aluminum phosphate Toxic.
Aluminum & oil adjuvants Cancer-producing in laboratory mice; also associated with Alzheimer’s disease and seizures. Research findings strongly suggest that aluminum is neurotoxic. The main side effects of oil adjuvants have been hypersensitivity reactions, cysts and adjuvant arthritis.
Acetone A solvent used in fingernail polish remover.
Glycerin A tri-atomic alcohol extracted from natural fats which are putrefied and decomposed. Some toxic effects of glycerin are kidney, liver, lung damage, diuresis, pronounced local tissue damage, gastrointestinal damage and death.
Ethylene glycol Antifreeze.
Neomycin & Streptomycin Antibiotics; have caused allergic reactions.
Note: When cancer causing elements are found in foods, they are either banned or an obvious warning label appears on the packages. After few accidents, consumer goods are recalled, redesigned, or required to display warning labels (with good reason). There seems to be a double standard for vaccines, however. They hold "privileged status" when it comes to consumer confidence.