Protection from Fukushima Radiation

There are two things that come to mind for both global health and protection from radiation from Fukushima.  First, start taking “nascent iodine,” three drops in a full glass of water on an empty stomach twice daily.  This should protect your thyroid and offer many benefits from increasing your basal metabolism to supercharging your immune system.  This will help prevent cancers, including thyroid cancer and breast cancer.  Also, it will help with weight loss.

Second, start taking potassium chloride in doses from 10 MEQ (milli-equivalents) up to 20 MEQ daily.  It is my guess this may keep your body from absorbing radioactive Cesium which is the most common radiation from Fukushima.

I take both of these and it is my hope that by taking them I may be giving my body good nutrients that will assist my body in avoiding absorbing radioactive poisons.  If anybody has any ideas about how to protect from the slow radiation contaminating of the northern hemisphere from Fukushima, please comment.  Feel free to post links.

In my honest opinion,

the Fukushima meltdown and associated events may lead to the evacuation of the northern hemisphere.  Before you jump to conclusions and think I have gone off the deep end, keep in mind the Bible describes an exodus so large from the north that the exodus out of Egypt will never be mentioned again.



1 thought on “Protection from Fukushima Radiation

  1. admin Post author

    From a friend on FB:

    (NaturalNews) Marijuana offers strong protective qualities against radiation exposure. Since fewer and fewer people have the financial resources to continually purchase all the helpful things they will need perhaps growing weed in our backyard will offer the public one of the best anti-radiation solutions in the long run. Instead of it being just relaxing it might become very necessary to intake marijuana to increase ones defenses against radiation exposure.


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