hey, warthog, long time, good to see you back on board!
I would like an update on your child, 4 years already. Medication, I recall he was put on synthyroid?
I am sad to hear about your miscarriage. I had three myself, long before I took iodine; I believe it was related to a borderline hypo T condition I had back then.
To protect oneself from nuclear radiation, Iodine
my first choice. Then comes boron.
protocol is IMO a basic protection, also for radiation, if you add the boron.
"boron and selenium..
those two minerals are of
the utmost importance for
After boron I would place strontium, as we dont know what happens a decade or two after the radiation. The strontium 90 may have a destroying effect on bone structure, as radioactive Iodine
has on the thyroid. Osteoporosis are sky high among the elderly in Norway, who knows, maybe the Tsjernobyl contributed.
"Aside from the much recognized supplement potassium iodine as a protection against radioactive iodine, there are a number of ways we can help. We have remembered our friend, elemental boron and the position it plays on the earth. Boron is the only mineral capable of accepting and ionizing radiation that never changes the innards or the nucleus of the cell. Spoken simply, boron can take radiation and release it without upsetting its own very delicate balance.
WTF? Accepting ionizing radiation that never changes the innards or the nucleus of the cell?
Boron is used extensively in the nuclear industry. Sodium borate is regularly used for standby liquid control systems, in case of emergencies. It was used in Cheronbyl in 1986 mixed with sand to prevent further radiation leakage. It was also used in 1999 in Tokaimura, Japan, to absorb the massive amounts of radiation after an accident at a plant. Currently it is being dumped on fuel rods and in surrounding waters of the Fukushima plant. Boron is widely recognized as extremely safe and can be used to capture radioactivity on our soils, gardens, orchards, etc. It also can be safely ingested by humans and animals. Boron will accept radiation and ionize it within our bodies, after which our bodies will safely excrement the boron and radioactivity.
We have begun feeding our cows and goats sodium borate at milking times, as well as adding it to free choice kelp and water troughs. In the past years we have monitored boron and other minerals in the soil and have added as necessary to bring levels up to recognized healthy levels. As a safety measure we are planning to implement a boron dosage to all of our pastures, as well as neighboring pastures. For humans, boron can safely ingested at a dosage of 4-10 mg per day. Borax, 11% boron, can be used as a tea and sprayed on your gardens, or land surrounding your home, at a rate of 10# of Borax per acre, 1#, if using elemental boron. Borax can also be ingested at 1/8 tsp to 1 litre water for women, � tsp to 1 litre water for men. Fortunately, red wine and coffee are significant sources of boron, as well as non-citrus fruits, red grapes, plums, pears, apples, avocados, legumes and nuts! Boron is known to be non-carcinogenic, non-mutagenic and has been used internally to protect the astronauts in space as they leave the earthâ€™s protective magnetic field."