If you are getting a tattoo know the risks is it unsafe or deadly dangerous?
Here is why I think tattoos pose a danger and have risks. A family member is an oncologist
apparently if you get sick and the doctor suspects cancer in your lymph nodes ( located under your arms) for cancer, instead of just checking them like usual. If the person has tattoo's they now have to remove the lymph nodes because the nodes have turned black from the tattoo ink that has migrated into that area, the nodes are surgically removed and sent directly to the lab just to get checked for cancer.
You will now be without those lymph nodes! Lymph Nodes are a very important part of the immune system. The lymph nodes are so important it helps the body fight disease!
Since no one knows what the future holds. .What are the odds that you need this procedure in the future? Today, statistically 1 out of 2 males get cancer and 1 out of every 3 females get cancer.
Not to mention that tattoo ink are have heavy metals, and other toxins . Look up the effects of heavy metal on the body it is pretty shocking.
Know the risks before you act.
Weighing the risks is crucial, many times whatyou accept today, you would not accept five or ten years down the road.
The lymph nodes have a very important job they are there to filters along with the lymphatic system. Their job is to filter out and trap bacteria, viruses, cancer cells, and other unwanted substances, and to make sure they are safely eliminated from the body. What if the filter is compromised then how well do they function?
For heavy metal removal chelation is used, but prior that a test is administered to determine how much heavy metal is present see an expert. Chelation is a long terms commitment which involve a cost, time, and energy . None of it is fun and easy it is a long process that is costly.
This makes me wonder if the tattoo ink may cause rise in cancer, since the ink is in the lymph nodes, this must weaken it's ability to do its job.
If tattoo ink has migrated to the lymph nodes,
Then can we say that the body views ink as an invader and is trying to eliminate it the best it can. Is that the body using it's divine intelligence to do it's best to keep you well?
A tattoo artist is not going to know this information they are not doctor's
I realize some tattoos are for remembrance of a lost loved ones. Perhaps wearing a bracelet with there name on it, or maybe having something sentimental from them in a locket with a picture .
Henna is another way to get a temporary tattoo without the commitment and without high risks
The bottom line is what value do you put on your health? Know the risks, before you act.
Wishing All Good Health