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Tattoos cause Brain Damage and Cancer

This video, Tattoos cause Brain Damage and Cancer, was filmed at Panorama Pabangbon, Bogor Regency, Indonesia.

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When getting a tattoo, the ink is injected into the dermis, the layer of skin below the epidermis. But the dermis also contains blood vessels and nerves. The result is nerve damage, and the ink getting into the bloodstream, and being transported around the body, often being stored in the lymph nodes.

Apart from x-rays on living people showing deposits, dead people with tattoos have been examined, and they find inflamed and pigmented lymph nodes, proving that this is the case.

Tattoo inks contain a variety of metals to produce the various colors, including iron, nickel, chromium, manganese, zinc, titanium, barium, lead, cobalt, copper, cadmium, and the deadliest of all, mercury. These metals are deposited and accumulate in all the organs responsible for elimination, including the kidney, liver. In fact, if you test the liver enzymes of a tattooed person, you will find abnormalities.

Apart from the metals, tattoo ink also contains a huge range of dangerous nanoparticles. Bacteria is another concern, with strains like staphylococci, streptococco, and psuedomona consistently being found in tattoo ink, even when preservatives are used. And if preservatives are used, that’s another toxic substance that gets into the bloodstream.

On top of that, black inks use carbon black and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. This is basically a soot, coming from the burning of wood, petrol, coal and oil, and is a pollutant known to cause cancer, alter DNA, and have a range of other toxic effects. In fact, they react when exposed to sunlight, producing cytotoxic reactive oxygen species, which result in cell death.

In fact, the presence of ultraviolet light, black ink reduces the activity of the mitochondria, causing dysfunction which leads to chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, diabetes, heart disease, mental disorders, autoimmune disease, migraines, brain disorders, and cancer.

Black ink also contains HCBD, a byproduct from manufacturing chlorinated solvents, and is used as a fumigant and pesticide. Some have hexamethylenetetramine, a rubber, resin, and cosmetic preservative, which will release formaldehyde, the substance used to embalm corpses, into the body. Its presence causes systematic autoimmune disease in the body.

Many people have immediate serious allergic reactions when getting a tattoo, while others have severe skin problems which although not life threatening, can last many years, and require ongoing treatment with anti-inflammatory steroid drugs. The studied toxic effects of tattoos include brain damage, nerve damage, and cancer. Tattoo ink cancer is particularly well studied, with almost 100 scientific studies being published on the topic.

So if you don’t get sick from tattoos immediately, you will in the long term, and without this information, you would never know it was caused by your tattoos. The human body was not designed to have toxic tattoo ink injected into the skin.

And all for what? Some stupid looking design on your skin, that you get sick of after a few years. They might look cool when you are young, but have you seen how stupid an old man with tattoos looks like? If you go and talk to a hundred tattooed people, and they were honest, you would find great numbers of them regretting getting them done. But if you talk to 100 people without tattoos, you would not find 1 single person who regrets never getting a tattoo. The choice is simple. Never do it, and you’ll never regret it. Don’t get tattoos. You are placing your health at a great risk.

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