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Dec 26, 2022·edited Dec 26, 2022Liked by GeoffPainPhD

Quite an in depth overview on Tris and its dangers; thanks a lot for all your researches!

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Jan 2, 2023Liked by GeoffPainPhD

So grateful to be able to read the long form version of the research which underpins your excellent Gettr observations. Keep going.

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Jan 11Liked by GeoffPainPhD

Kind of sounds like they wanted to include fifty ways to kill injectees, with back ups in case the main mechanisms failed. In the U.S, obstetricians urged pregnant women to get these shots, as you know, yet ingredients you cite that are known to be harmful to fetuses were included. They were not even unknowns. Not that injecting unknowns would have been any more reasonable.

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Mar 17Liked by GeoffPainPhD

When does the Geoff Pain Compendium of Harms textbook come out?

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Very nice thorough review. Thank you. Most interested in the allergic reaction. I wonder how common that is since the prevailing theory is that the PEG is the most allergenic moiety of the jabs. Hmmm.

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Wow!!! Just wow... 😩🤬

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Mar 6, 2023·edited Mar 6, 2023Liked by GeoffPainPhD

Fascinating and sinister.

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Very well researched and put together. I will share on twitter, hopefully you will be re-instated there soon.

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Thanks very much. What is your Twitter handle?

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"Tromethamine (Tham) is a buffer with a long serum half-life used as an i.v. formulation to treat metabolic acidosis."

https://insight.jci.org/articles/view/87535

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Dec 27, 2022·edited Dec 27, 2022Author

Tromethamine was withdrawn from use for acidosis in USA in 2016. At the time there had not been any clinical trials to compare it with Bicarbonate. There is more to that story to find out because Pfizer was a producer with purity problems at the time. Pfizer sources Tromethamine from its subsidiary Hospira.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hospira

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Dec 27, 2022Liked by GeoffPainPhD

Yep, the whole experiment is craziness: scaring people so as to inject them with experiments is psychokiller level.

You reckon that the RNA injections actually generate a 'spike' glycoprotein, or just trigger some generalized cross-reacting antibody responses?

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Oct 2, 2023Liked by GeoffPainPhD

I saw TRIS used one time, as last resort for acidosis, when the upper dose limits of sodium bicarbonate had been exceeded, and Na+ levels were insanely high.

(I would see no sense in comparing it head to head with sodium bicarb, considering the limitation of its use, which had been so rare that none of the people in ICU had ever heard of it besides me and the cardiologist who requested it. In other words, it was much more "last resort" than any chemotherapy, and we all know how toxic that class of drugs is.)

Toxicity of everything is dose dependent, and this includes food such as (unsprayed) chard, spinach, chickpeas, mushrooms, various spices, licorice, etc... So I am very curious about the concentrations eliciting the various toxicities of of tromethamine vs. the quantities remaining in the various drugs we receive, and the physiological tromethamine concentrations produced by said drugs.

(My overall impression is that residual tromethamine is not the major problem associated with some of the garbage that the FDA is approving these days. My criteria for drug considerations are simple minded. Does it hurt more than it helps? Does the patient understand and consent to risks? Will it affect the future of the species? )

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Tromethamine is phosphorylated in your body to make a more toxic product. Its inhibition of enzymes is remarkable.

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An awful lot of drugs which inhibit enzyme activity are on the market. (How about ACE inhibitors?) And I have an affinity for the naturally occurring hyaluronidase inhibitors (which had spawned the disparaging moniker "snake oil"). Likewise, innumerable drugs which are converted to toxic metabolites within the body are on the market, and this following example is sold in vast quantities over the counter. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3576299/

The important criterion for evaluating the utility of drugs is the difference between the therapeutic dose (or the excipient dose in the usual case of tromethamine), and the toxic or the lethal dose. When the risk outweighs benefit, it's time to get excited.

So what are those parameters with respect to tromethamine excipients used in each of their myriad settings?

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Tromethamine in the jabs was shown to cause Anaphylaxis in some victims.

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I do not want pecans banned, although they cause such type1 allergic response in my progeny. They are legitimate nourishment for most others. Other family members have the issue with peanuts, which serve as inexpensive food.

I do want them listed as ingredients to help the allergic people avoid them.

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