Radiation from Fukushima: Quick Two-Point Action Plan

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How to Suck Radioactive Isotopes Out of Your Body, Your Food and Your Water


Quick 2 Point Action Plan


Only 2 action are deemed essential. Then there are other actions to support those first two, if you choose.


Governments may not be able to help us very much. Not because they don’t want to, but it may be just too much for them.


That leaves it up to us to take individual action.


The good news is:


There are things we can do to protect ourselves


Daniel Vitalis http://www.danielvitalis.com/ has 2 actions he recommends.


1)      Take regular saunas. Saunas have the power to detoxify us from radioactive isotopes and also heavy metals and other toxins.

2)      Geophagy, which is a fancy word for eating clay.


Specific clays recommended are bentonite, French Green Clay and Zeolite. All have similar qualities that cause them to bind with radioactive isotopes in the body. I take the first two and find them cost-effective.


Overview: Mix one tablespoon of the chosen clay in a glass of water. Drink it. Good on an empty stomach. Both available in health food stores.


Details here in a 16 minute video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CRVG5liHAk


Other uses: Zeolite in the form of “Sweet PDZ” from a tack shop can be spread in the garden to pull radioactive isotopes out of your garden vegetables.


He also uses Zeolite on a toothbrush.


Pectin, Chaparral, Chlorella AND Stay Away from Sugar and Sodas


Jon Barron http://www.jonbarron.org/ recommends apple pectin. He says the herb chaparral protects against damage that radiation can do to the DNA. He also recommends chlorella. I suggest staying away from cilantro for reasons outlined in a previous blog…i.e. it is said to open up the blood brain barrier, which is not a good idea if there are heavy metals in the body. As far as iodine is concerned, it only protects against radioactive iodine entering the thyroid and then only for 48 hours.


Stay away from sugar and especially sodas. The sodas contain phosphoric acid which is the worst thing you could consume.




Foods, Herbs and Mushrooms That Can Protect


Ken Peters https://nutristart.com/radiation-iodine/  recommends a number of supplements as well as foods.



“Radioprotective Herbs and Mushrooms




Green tea: specifically protects against side effects from gamma radiation, and is a powerful antioxidant, protecting against general free radical damage. Drink frequently.


Radioprotective Mushrooms: Reishi mushroom has been shown to prolong the life of cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy;  Cordyceps increases glutathione in the liver. Other mushrooms of value include: Maitake; Shitake; Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor); Zhu Ling (Polyporus umbellatus)


Radioprotective Minerals


Sulfur: Sulfur prevents sulfur-35 from up-taking in the body. While not commonly available in supplement form we can use MSM (methylsulfonyl methane; 2 to 3 grams daily) which is a natural sulfur compound available in powder or pill form (it does taste quite bitter if you use the powder form). MSM is a good anti-inflammatory with additional benefits for tendons, ligaments, hair, skin and preventing allergies. Another supplemental form of sulfur is N-Acetyl-Cysteine (500mg to 1,000mg) also good for removing mucous from the body. NAC is one of the best boosters of glutathione, the internally produced antioxidant that is perhaps the most effective one for protecting against radiation. Do not take more than 1,500mg daily due to its ability to also be a pro-radical in excess.


Clay and Baking Soda


Bentonite clay and other food grade clays, especially French green clay, can attract and pull radiation from the body, when used both internally and externally. This works well because clay has a negative charge and radioactive material has a positive ionic charge. One usually takes a teaspoon of clay, mix it into water, let it settle out and drink the cloudy water while leaving the sediment behind. One can work up to a teaspoon three times per day for more intense purposes. Ingesting clay should be done on an empty stomach (half hour before or an hour after eating). Clays have also proved helpful for removing heavy metals, purifying the intestinal tract and alkalizing the body.


Externally clay can be added to a bath (1 cup) for decontamination purposes. Another decontamination bath is comprised of sea salt (1 lb or 1 cup) and baking soda (1 lb or 1 cup) in a warm bath, soak for at least 20 minutes and rinse off with cool water. When used alone for bathing the amount of baking soda used varies from 1 to 3 pounds per bath, depending on severity of exposure.


Baking soda can also be used internally and is recommended by the army for those exposed to radiation. Baking soda taken orally can reduce the damage that uranium causes to the kidneys. About 1/8th to ½ a teaspoon of baking soda in water three times daily.”


More: https://nutristart.com/radiation-iodine/



Commentators are saying to reduce the consumption of foods high up on the food chain, i.e. meat and dairy products. But here may be a way to have your meat and eat it too.


Reduce Radiation in Your Produce


Calcium Bentonite Clay has a uniquely strong negative ionic charge. When activated with water it works like a strong magnet, adsorbing and absorbing anything with a positive ionic charge (i.e., toxins, pesticides, radiation). The clay captures these substances and removes them as the clay is eliminated or washed off.

To remove radiation from your produce, Perry A. Arledge, author of ‘Living Clay, Nature’s Own Miracle Cure,’ recommends starting with liquid clay. This is Calcium Bentonite Clay mixed with water at a ratio of 1 part clay to 8 parts water. In a large non-metallic bowl, mix 1/4 cup of liquid clay with 1 quart of water. Toss your fruits or vegetables in this clay water making sure they’re completely covered and let them sit for about 10 minutes. Rinse and dry them, and store them as you normally would.

You can add Calcium Bentonite Clay to your milk and drinking water if you’re concerned about the possibility of contamination there as well. Add approximately 1 ounce of liquid Calcium Bentonite Clay to a gallon of organic raw milk or water. Some people prefer to let the clay settle to the bottom of the liquid and discard that portion, while others prefer to shake it up and drink them together. Either is fine. Once a contaminant is ‘caught’ by the clay it will not be released, and the clay cannot be digested by your body. All contaminants adsorbed by the clay will be removed upon elimination. And it’s always a good practice to take one to two ounces of liquid Calcium Bentonite Clay twice a day, to keep your body detoxed.” http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/radiation-poisoning/minerals-that-remove-radiation-from-your-bodyzeolite-bentonite–french-green-clay.html




Filtering Our Water


International Medical Veritas Association http://imva.info/ recommends reverse osmosis for getting radioactive isotopes out of your drinking water:


“US Government Approved


It is rare indeed when I agree with the American government on anything. Reverse-osmosis water filtration systems will remove fallout contamination, according to the United States government. Dr. Roy Speiser also agrees with the government saying, “To protect your drinking water from radioactive contaminants the best filtration equipment solution is reverse osmosis. It should be noted that many water supplies in the United States are already contaminated by naturally-occurring radioactivity including: uranium, strontium, radium 226, 228, alpha and beta particles. The levels of these radioactive contaminants are usually below the maximum concentration level (MCL) allowed by the government, but long-term ingestion… even at low levels… may not be safe.”


According to the EPA, the following treatment method(s) have proven to be effective in removing radionuclides at levels below their MCLs:


Beta Particle and Photon Radiation: ion exchange and reverse osmosis;

(Gross) Alpha Emitters: reverse osmosis;

Radium 226 and Radium 228 (combined): ion exchange, reverse osmosis, lime softening;

Uranium: Ion exchange, reverse osmosis, lime softening, coagulation/filtration.


This more complete system below costs 249 dollars. This same company offers a wide variety of reverse osmosis systems that take one all the way up to over 500 dollars if one is looking for super state-of-the-art systems for professional use.”

http://crystalquest.com/ IMVA says the $249 one is all one needs.




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There you have it. Lots of material. Best not to get overwhelmed.


Overwhelm is an emotion closely linked to fear.


Remember again, action is the antidote to fear.


If all you do is the first two actions, saunas and clays, you will in all likelihood be ahead of 90% of the population if not 99%.


Love, Leaps and Laughter.


Matti Anttila


P.S. Just in case we need a little more motivation for taking action:


Radiation-induced depression looms on the horizon



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