Why the Dose Doesn’t Always Make the Poison.

Posted: July 3, 2012 in Uncategorized

In 1500, Paracelsus coined the phrase we know today as “the dose makes the poison.”

Vaccine zealots fervently chant the adage when confronted about the toxic ingredients contained in vaccines. The problem is, many pollutants, drugs and natural substances don’t always adhere to this logic.

Pete Myers, Ph.D explains why this thinking is not only antiquated but explains how low dose exposures to a substance can actually be *more* harmful.

Read Dr. Meyers explanation here: http://www.ourstolenfuture.org/newscience/lowdose/2007/2007-0525nmdrc.html

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