There is a semi-permeable membrane that prevents toxic substances released in the blood from entering the brain. When an infant is about six weeks old, this blood brain barrier becomes intact, but isn’t fully developed until much later – up to age 6 or 7.
Without a fully developed barrier, the brain is susceptible to toxins, viruses or bacteria circulating in the bloodstream. Vaccines cause the greatest risk because they contain detergents such as Polysorbate-80, Triton X-100, Polysorbate 20, and sodium deoxycholate.
These detergents are able to permeate the blood brain barrier, depositing poisons directly into the brain. In fact, Polysorbate-80 is added to certain drugs, including vaccines, to get them through the barrier. Other toxic vaccine ingredients like viruses, bacteria, and heavy metals also pass through. These can permanently alter brain function.
Injected Polysorbate-80 has been shown to increase incidents of blood clots, stroke, heart attacks, heart failure, infertility, severe anaphylactoid reactions, and even death. Many of the Polysorbates are also considered to be carcinogens.
Children who follow the established vaccine schedule currently receive 49 doses of 14 vaccines before the age of six, while the barrier is developing. By the age of 18, a child has received at least 69 doses of 16 vaccines.
Seniors are also severely affected because aging causes the barrier to become more permeable. It is also weakened by conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, brain tumors, strokes, and head injuries.
We need to rethink the number of vaccines and drugs we give our children while their blood brain barrier is still developing. The amount of drugs and vaccines we give seniors should be considered as well. It is also important to keep the body as healthy as possible.