|Posted on Tuesday, November 20, 2001 - 11:27 am: |
We have had hair analysis done and turned out to be very high in uranium, especially our six year old daughter.
We're having the house and water tested and our doctor has us on NAC and Chlorella to start the chelation process. Any other suggestions?
|Posted on Wednesday, November 21, 2001 - 02:27 pm: |
Interesting timing since I have been procrastinating about posting a protocol for detoxing radioactivity from the body.
The main strategy used by most people is seaweeds, lots. Bathing with half a cup of sea salt and half a cup of baking soda also helps. One needs to do this regularly, 21 days straight, and to stay in the tub for 20-30 minutes.
Some of the adaptogens help also: Siberian ginseng, garlic, and so forth. Nudge me to create an entire protocol for this. The theory behind the efficacy is that by offering the body a choice of minerals, it will select the ones it needs and move the others out of the system. Based on reports from cancer patients who have been irradiated, it would appear to work, even many years after the treatment. Eventually, it is even possible to restore elasticity of the tissues.
|Posted on Sunday, December 26, 2004 - 12:03 pm: |
I read an article 25 years ago that said radiation or Strontium could be chelated with MISO. That during WWII in Japan the doctors who went over to clean up the H-bomb mess were told to take it and did and never had any effects from the radiation in the area. Ever heard of that?
|Posted on Sunday, January 02, 2005 - 01:02 pm: |
Yes. Trace minerals, including those found in sea vegetables as well as other natural sources, allow the body to replace radioactive elements with similar elements that are natural. Miso may contribute to assimilation. This is an important issue and worthy of a deep approach.