Radiation Poisoning Remedies

| Modified on Jun 12, 2023
For all its promise, nuclear radiation is a relatively new and dangerous tool; and nuclear radiation exposure can cause radiation sickness from an acute exposure. Symptoms of radiation poisoning include nausea, hair loss, and vomiting. In the long run, radiation side effects can include the above but also various cancers.

If you are concerned that you have suffered or will suffer a radiation exposure, there are precautions you can take. Potassium iodide or KI pills (in a 130 mg dose) are the typical prophylactic treatment for radiation poisoning, if you know you are about to suffer a radiation exposure. You may more easily find or have heard of SSKI (a saturated solution of potassium iodide), two drops of which represent an effective treatment for adults (adolescents 3-18 years of age should receive a half-dose of any iodine treatment). If you live in the vicinity of a nuclear power plant, you can very likely get free KI pills to keep as First Aid for your family in the event of a radiation release.

KI only protects against a specific type of exposure, but it is proven very effective in preventing thyroid cancer. The iodine in the pill or solution prevents the body from taking up the radioactive iodine released in a nuclear accident. This threat is the most critical in a nuclear emergency, and so KI or SSKI treatment is highly recommended before and during exposure. The idea is that the KI fulfills the body's/thyroid's daily requirement for iodine, so that there is no space left to take up the poisonous radioiodine. This means you should take the recommended KI or SSKI dosage at least several hours before the predicted arrival of any radiation release and continue taking maintenance doses until the danger has passed.


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Posted by Amanda (Braham) on 07/10/2017

"Hot Face" boron is the antidote to radiation. When you feel the hot face it seems to be radiation. I scrub my face with it in the shower after any radiation exposure, and I do it daily until there's no heat reactions.

Replied by Dodi

Hello Amanda! I haven't taken borax internally yet, bc I am new to using it and a little nervous. However after seeing a post on telegram about doing a detox bath with epsom salt, baking soda, and borax, I did one. I experienced the red face immediately after. Can you pls explain more about that? What should I do when that happens? Thank you and I appreciate your help!

Replied by Fruitful Eden
4 posts

I have seen posts about this detox bath. what is the dosage of each item in the bath? I took a bath with a fourth of a cup of borax last night after experiencing a day of a pretty bad cold. Today I feel pretty good and I didn't have any bad reactions.

Border Crossing X-Ray Remedies

Posted by Darla (Nd) on 02/19/2014

X-ray crossing border gives my husband headaches and bad taste in mouth. Is there something he can take or wear or use to alleviate it and prevent it? It can't be good for him. He is a owner/operator of his own truck and goes across the Canadian/American border probably once a week. They scan the whole truck, including him.

Replied by Timh
2064 posts

Darla: Hot baths w/ 1/4 cup baking soda, 1/4 cup epsom salts. Vit-C w/ citrus bioflavonoids will help as will the herb sarsaparilla.

Replied by Mike62

Darla: The water in fruit is highly charged good energy that cancels the highly charged bad energy in x-rays. The fruit has to be organic because nutrients and 0 pesticides are required. Berries are best because they have the most nutrients. As the fruit ripens the plant increases the energies to attract herbivores to eat them so as to propagate the seeds. Live ferments also have this highly charged water. Kombucha would be good.

Replied by Macs

Hi ,if you would like to do some research on a product called DMSO, which is a natural product. In the information there is some explanations on how to use, or just go ahead and buy the book. I have a friend about to receive radiation to treat throat cancer as well as chemo. There is info about how the DMSO protects the body from radiation by spraying onto the skin, also taking it orally before radiation treatment. There is a lot of info on the net youtube and so forth

Replied by John
(Partlow Va)

I think you should see a GOOD attorney AND a doctor experienced with nuclear medicine.

I would expect that the amount of radiation used to SEE THROUGH THE TRUCK is WAY TOO MUCH to expose people to. I hope you can get them to stop this insanity at the border crossing.

He should insist of getting out for medical reasons, if he can.

CT Scan Side Effects

Posted by Sam (Miami) on 06/28/2015

I was reading kidney stones posts and noticed that everyone was having CT scans. Don't you know that ONE CT scan can cause cancer later in life and is equal to: 100-250 chest x-rays 1,400 dental x-rays 240 Five Hour flights 70,000 airport scans 19 years of smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. Age is a significant factor. A 3 year old female has a 1 in 500 chance of developing cancer from an abdominal CT.

EC: Thanks, Sam.

We found an interesting article on the subject from Consumer Reports here.

Replied by Maryellen
(Loveland, Ohio Usa)
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Medical Radiation trapped in bones - will Bloodroot pull the radiation out of the vertebra and CNS tumor? If not, what therapy will? Can the immune system detox it naturally?

Replied by Timh
2064 posts

Probably the most effective method for rapid radiation removal would be a whole body hot bath w/ 1/4 cup Epsom Salt, 1/4 cup Baking Soda or Borax for 1 hr. 15 minutes into the bath take 2-4 caps of Sarsaparilla herb.

One bath should be sufficient but if not feeling any better maybe fallow with 1 or 2 more.

For a follow-up of the baths, you may also consider "Earthing" remedies found here on E.C. under that title.

Detoxing from Radiation Remedies

Posted by Jean (Alabama) on 03/01/2014

Having radiation treatment for lung cancer. Any suggestions on how to maintain the health I do have and head off any side effects? From what I hear, pain appears months later. I'd like get rid of the cancer and also avoid pain if possible. Thanks.

Replied by Prioris
(Fl, Usa)

My first recommendation would have been to avoid chemotherapy and radiation treatment if you want to improve your chances of recovering from cancer. This makes recovering from radiation a non problem. Survival rate for conventional treatment is between 3 to 5 percent.

Given that you had radiation therapy that is toxic to your immune system, this is somewhat spilled milk. What happens to many of such patients is that they seek out alternative methods after their systems have been too damaged by conventional therapy so their odds of successful treatment with alternative is probably cut in half. You really require someone with expertise to guide you in terms of what your options are at this point. I always give these links as starting points for people with cancer.



In answer to your question, check out https://www.earthclinic.com/cures/radiation.html


Posted by Tan Koon Peng (Singapore) on 06/23/2008

Radiation induced Hair Loss: Get some garlic, break it into half and rub it all over the head to encourage hair growth. Garlic is very useful for detoxing the body of toxins.

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Posted by rebeca (montebello, united states) on 11/30/2007

my daughter who is now 15 years old rec'd radiation treatment on her head for a brain tumor. can you tell me if there is anything that can be done to help her hair grow back. some hair has grown back, but very thin and there is stll a big area where no hair has grown back. is there something she can take to regrow her hair? If not, i am considering hair transplant for her. i would appreciate an answer from ted or anyone out there who has been in this same situation.

Replied by Angie
(sparta, mo)

This is to the lady who's 15 year old daughter needs something to help hair grow. there is a lady on ebay selling "sweet success hair grown oil" on ebay. I have never used it, but she has a lot of feedback from many people who have bought it from her. its all natural.

Replied by Coregon
(San Diego, Ca)

I know this is an old post I am responding to, but thought maybe someone else had the same issue, so posting this anyway.

Adele Davis, nutrition expert from the 1960's had a remedy for hair growth. I don't have the book handy, but I remember the cure was vodka, white iodine and cayenne mixture massaged into scalp. I think it was like 1/4 cup vodka, with 5 drops of decolorized (white) iodine (regular iodine will temporarily stain your scalp and hair! ) and 1/8 tsp cayenne pepper, done several times per week. I'm sorry I don't remember exact amounts, but it does make sense that iodine would help since radiation causes a deficiency of iodine. Look for a used copy of Adele's book "Let's Get Well" on Amazon for the recipe maybe? It's a very old book from the 1960's, but great info in it.. One of my favs still!

Another remedy to stimulate hair growth is one I do daily. I pour my sulfate free shampoo into my hand and mix 6 drops of essential rosemary oil with it, then vigorously scrub my scalp and leave it on scalp a few minutes while I finish shower, then rinse. Avoid eyes as it may temporarily burn!

Replied by Karen

Look into rosemary oil to massage scalp. Also look into borax for scalp and hair washing. I lost a lot of hair during covid and someone told me to try that. It worked two other friends who suffered the same symptoms of hair loss we're afraid to try it and may continue to have hair loss and I didn't. It's supposed to stimulate the hair source I'm not very technical I just know it works for me and many others.


I was told this back in the late 1970s. Apply Castor oil to the scalp nightly if you are going thru chemo/radiation and your hair will not fall out.


Posted by Vidya (Toronto, Canada) on 03/16/2011

The homeopathic remedy 'X-ray' (made from X-ray radiation) is used to counteract the effects of radiation exposure (from diagnostic x-rays, radiation treatment for cancer, etc. ). The potency is not necessarily very important here; the 'standard' 30C is usually the easiest to find. Same goes for the dosage schedule -- a few drops mixed into water, taken as soon after exposure occurs, should be sufficient; some people prefer a single dose, others favour multiple doses, depending on the homeopathic philosophy to which they subscribe. This remedy should be available from most large homeopathic suppliers.

Replied by Knute
(Sacramento, Ca)

My chiropractor has found something very interesting using kinesiology: If one holds two containers of Xray herb tablets, one in each hand, for about 10 minutes, the effect of most "normal" types of radiation can be neutralized. "Normal" radiation means the cumulative effect of radiation from cell phones, wireless routers, microwave ovens, cell phone antennas, "smart meters" from utility companies, and so on. The containers of the Xray herb tablets should be held for 10 minutes at least 2 to 3 times per week. My chiropractor mentioned that it's particularly important for people with amalgam dental fillings to have the radiation neutralized.

Being on the west coast of the US, he has said that this method is also very likely to help regarding the radiation coming from Japan

Replied by Dee
(Newark, Ca)

Please let me know what is 'Xray herb tablet' and where it can be purchased? Thanks!


Posted by Jac (Baltimore, Maryland, U.s.) on 05/04/2011

I hate to be the one to shine the light on the gravity of what we're in, but it seems many of you dear people are dangerously unaware. If you'd care to educate yourselves with the enormity of our situation, here's the proof:




When did we stop questioning those who would place themselves in positions of authority? How strong is power of denial?

Replied by Rob
(New York, Ny)

I'm sorry, I just had to laugh at this... Suggesting that the Japan earthquake was a military strike.. I'll just file that one in my chem trail... Fake moon landing, 9-11 conspiracy folder. That said, I do heed the warnings of scientists such as Dr. Helen Caldicott... Who has been warning us of the dangers of the nuclear industry since the 70's... I suggest people look her up instead...

Replied by Francisca
(Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France)

Hi Rob, I don't mind if I risk you calling me silly but I am sure that many of the facts that we take for granted today are not at all true and will find it out in the future as we have found out about many other things. I prefer to keep an open mind which often helps me to keep track of the lies we are told. The time I thought all facts presented to us were true is long gone, unfortunately. I would prefer to live in a different world but there you go, there isn't any!

More and more I start to think about things that happened and realising that reality is probably not at all what we think. There is a real world and a world that is created in our minds and they are not at all similar just if we knew the whole truth we might start to rebel! Without wanting to go into politics, which is not the aim of this site but just to give you a little example, all this mess with Bin Laden will surprise many of us in the future, believe me! I have my theories.....

Replied by Lisa
(Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa)

Francisca, I have to agree w/ you! This world is not what it appears to be...Still we must live our best life and help raise the consciousness of our planet...Blessings to you!

Replied by Rob

Salut Francisca, tout d'abord, je voudrais dire, que je vous envie de vivre dans la plus belle région de France. No, "silly" judgement from here.. :) I like to keep an open mind as well, though believe that we are allowed to be skeptical of information coming our way... Some things are impossible to prove and so we must allow personal reason to make our conclusions. Jac presented 3 videos, the 2nd, with Helen Caldicott, I did find credible.. The other two I will need a lot more sound information than a person stating they are a "scientist"... For me to take it as fact. I did dismiss it based on my own logic & there was no reasons put forth as to the "why" or what advantage this would be to the aggressors. I realize the world isn't what it seems and can sight some absolute references of how the public is manipulated...

But on the whole I feel a good dose of positive skepticism is healthy. In pertaining to this site the use of the word "cure" can be tossed about quite irresponsibly where a little more caution would prove prudent. Still, I am open, & willing to update my opinion, just give me the info.. and in many cases the truth lies somewhere in the middle.

Replied by Francisca
(Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France)

Hi again Rob, by the way, I am not French, I happen to be Portuguese and just live here but my ancestors were French. True, Alsace is partly a beautiful region, the walks here on our doorstep are amazing but there is money around here because of Switzerland and Germany being next door and they are damaging the region's beauties really fast! We are moving out anyway, somewhere where there is still peace and quiet!

I haven't had the time to watch the video's yet but I read a lot and the more I read the more I am able to spot all the indoctrination going around. One has to have the eyes wide open..... And yes, sometimes I also get carried away by a "cure" only to find out that something worked temporarily and I don't always have the time to rectify things here but I should! Loads of good information here though.....

Replied by Francisca
(Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France)

Blessings to you too Lisa.... very true words......

Replied by Diamond
(Salisbury, Ma.usa)

Rob-from NY; Every thing in one's life is fact or fantacy. The only way I learned most things in life was trial & error, correct? As a meaning of a cure, the items we try are harmless and well worth trying, but let me remind you; it only works mostly on believers. What works on one person may not work on another being that we all live different lives, we eat different foods, we think differently etc. I am a great believer in all that has taken place in this forum so therefore every thing I have tried has worked 100% for me and my pets.

Should you mistrust or debate this forum maybe this isn't the place you want to be(?)

But if you do! Your welcome and good luck with what ever you choose.

Replied by Rob
(New York, Ny)

I'll take from these few responses a need to be more specific in future posts. It may have seemed insensitve in my choosing to laugh at the stated Fact that the Japan earthquake was a military strike... But in defense of laughter, I would argue that it is a healthy choice. Before someone wants me to accept yet another dark truth about humanity where it could possibly cause more harm to my health, they will need to back up their hunches and notions with solid evidence... A good healthy laugh doesn't mean one is forever close to the facts. What does anger me is that these people are stating as fact without facts & what should be theory.

With my reference to cures... For instance... Bill Munro from Michigan writes: "I am convinced that my hydrogen peroxide inhalation remedy will cure HIV and AIDS."...

...based on what is he convinced? a hunch, a notion, did he have a scientific trial, perhaps because it has helped with other viruses he draws this conlusion, but does he know of anyone who has been cured of hiv with this?... This is after someone with HIV stated that he tried it and his T-cell count fell dramatically.... But according to some he probably didn't believe enough... And now I should leave this board for questioning such a response... Rubbish.. Would you say to the person going blind after chosing placebo over penicillin for Syphillis they just didn't believe enough... or someone who died of cancer after trying Essiac tea, just didn't believe enough...?????!

To be in accord, I agree that there is much to gain from this site. The act of stating I tried a remedy and this or that was the result is valuable. There is nothing wrong with a questioning approach. One should take into account the placebo effect as well the decline effect... Many posts are usually within a day or two after trying the remedy with no follow up... Would this person still report the same effect a week or month later?... On the whole I find this site fascinating and valuable and undoubtly has helped many people as it has myself.

Replied by Jac
(Baltimore, Maryland, U.s.)

You can't say you weren't warned.

Replied by Robin
(Midwest U.s.)

I watched several of her vids. She does know what she is talking about, she was trained in radiation/molecular research and bases her data on facts for scientific things and what she finds out about people by personal knowledge by interaction or their statments and contracts w/businesses. Evidently her past training and experiences have put her in the circle of most of these people whether she wanted to know them or not, and she uses this information to connect the dots. I was totally appalled by what I heard on everything, but the radiation levels the most. So they are planetwide affecting all of us now. Even the owner of this site admits to high radiation in areas around his homeland.

Replied by Nonukes
(Hyogo, Japan)

Responding to the posting by Jac: There are several hypotheses explaining what caused the disaster at Fukushima, some of them from scientists: an earthquake, HAARP energy, an underwater military weapon, a weapon planted inside one of the Fukushima reactors, the Stuxnet virus, and recently this one from a physicist at the University of Rhode Island:


It is not yet known what caused the tsunami or the explosions at Fukushima. That it was an earthquake is difficult to correlate with the video footage of the tsunami waves arriving to Fukushima buildings and vehicles that were still standing and undamaged. An M9 earthquake (many times stronger than the 1995 Kobe earthquake) would have leveled the Tohoku area (the prefecture Fukushima is in) and caused significant damage all the way to Tokyo. It is odd that few even of the alternative journalists have mentioned this anomaly. In one of her presentations or interviews Leuren Moret mentions that the M9 magnitude earthquake, announced officially by the Japanese, was at variance with the USGS estimate of M6.7. She assumes that an M9 earthquake would have been required to cause the tsunami, so the USGS estimate of M6.7 was incorrect. But it seems more plausible that the USGS M6.7 estimate was correct, and the U. S. gradually adjusted the number upwards to accommodate the Japanese official version.

Leuren Moret is a brilliant and well-informed geoscientist. Presenting hypotheses and drawing tentative conclusions from available data are part of the scientific method, and often there is disagreement about the conclusions. I think Moret could be more useful in her very noble attempts to inform the public if she sometimes were more cautious in forming conclusions and if she showed us more clearly how she arrived at them.

Replied by Robin

Yes, Leuren Moret is a radiation scientist with scientific contacts all over the world, she does know her stuff as she was trained under a very good scientist. She only goes on scientific fact, period. No woo-woo with her. She is giving out information to let humanity know what the heck is going on as we have the human right to know what is being done to us/around us. It's pretty bad folks.

Replied by Timh
2064 posts

The real danger is public perception. Youth are able to gobble down most anything and trot right on, so nothing seems amiss. But by mid-life, all the yrs of chronic bad food catches up and you find yourself having to take off work and getting very little help from drs. And then there's the problem of insurance and co-pays and a cabinet full of prescription meds to take on a daily basis. Couple yrs passes and not getting any better and beginning to get worse despite all the professional intervention.

All those yrs indulging entertainment and discarding education have taken the toll.

Irradiated Supplements

Posted by C.r. (Ny) on 08/06/2011

I heard about some gem dealers compalining their gems changed colors in the US postal mail and that usually happens when the mail is irradiated. Iodine is in a lot of supplements. If that gets raidated then that would work more against the thyroid. Is there any simple way to test for radioactivity in supplements like iodine? I try to buy my supplements from a store where it is more likely shipped by a truck but that isn't possible with all supplements. Coconut oil generally comes from the Philipines. Is this how codex alimentarius is being used? I was told the government was just irradiating federal mail but when the gem dealers were sending gems through the USPS and suspecting irradiation because of the gem changes (e. G. Pearl gets gray), it made me suspicious. Is a geiger meter what I need to test my supplement bottles?

Replied by Robin

I have been told to just expect all US mail by the post office to be x-rayed. Period. The UPS delivery lady at work told me 2 yrs ago that as of then (at her location) they weren't x-raying. Now, who knows. So I always ask how people are sending stuff. Food vendors are not required to tell us about any food that is pre-irradiated either anymore. At first they marked it, then there was a public outcry. Then a law was made where they didn't have to mark it. However, I have noticed in the last 10 yrs that food just doesn't "stay" in the fridge anymore like it used to.


Posted by Tan Koon Peng (Singapore) on 06/22/2008

Miso is effective for detoxing your body of radition. During World War 2, 2 hospital that were located side by side were hit with atomic radition, hospital A people consumed Miso and all of them survived while the other hospital people that did not take miso, many died. Miso is rich in vitamin B therefore it is suitable for vegetarian who are in shortage of vitamin B. For best results do not cook miso.

Replied by Anth
(Windsor, Ont)

Would not use today at all---since it attacks the thyroid as a result of the goitregenic effect --this would be the last thing you would use --since again the Soy that is fermented today is in Aluminum not Lime like the chinese used and as well having sprayed on it Drano as well yesterday was another day and there methods were potentially cleaner then to day ---what they did then and what we need to do today is a wee bit difffernt---T

Replied by Mary
(Seattle, Wa)

Way to be optimistic. There is nothing wrong with the suggestion that Miso may work. Your arrogant response, makes you seem, "holier than though" Think about how you treat people and value them. With your attitude, you will be first to go when sh###%%%##tt hits the fan. Think about that.

Replied by Danae
(Munich, Bavaria)

Dear Tan Koon - I totally agree with you MISO is a major part and I use organic miso which is wonderful and much better than any other type of soup. Thinking about vitamin B is interesting as again it supports the liver and this might be major factor in dealing with radioactivity. Thanks for your insights!

Replied by Julia
(Bryson City, NC)

I'm wondering about the soy as it would be bad for estrogen receptive breast cancer survivor and this MISO is a soy based product.

Replied by Maria
(Gippsland, Australia)

Julia, Japanese women have vey low rates of breast cancer and they have miso. BUT the miso is properly fermented and via their diet they consume on average 12-13.5mg iodine daily. Sorry this does not answer your exact ?.

Multiple Remedies

Posted by Waylit (Motown, Ca/ Usa) on 10/25/2012

Thought to include a few things about protecting ones' family from Fukushema meltdown, as this is an ongoing concern, especially for those of us on the West Coast. Iodine was put into salt in the fifties, because the gubmt was then doing nuclear testing in the South Seas and in Nevada. It is protective of the thyroid, if it is present in the body at the time of exposure, which is why it is used daily.

Here again is Vit. C to the rescue, as it nullifies a certain amount of radiation, up to a point. I mean, full bore radiation will get you, ya' know?

Red Panax Ginseng nullifies radiation also. Those little ampules with a straw available at health food stores. And it is smoky and delicious... I take it with some local bee pollen and the two are great together, as the ginseng is based in honey from another country.

I'm sure there are many other helpful things, like chlorella, or zeolite, for resolving the other toxins, strontium 90, etc. Any other suggestions? --T.

Replied by Art
(Tustin, Ca. Usa)

Waylit, melatonin is a multifaceted radioprotectant that has many studies to confirm it as such while having an excellent safety profile. Art

Replied by Timh
(Louisville, Ky)
2064 posts

The bioflavonoid Rutin and the herb Sarsaparilla Root are indicated for radiation sickness. Leonard Harowitz recommends (for acute exposure) large amounts of Sodium Bicarbonate, especially as a whole body bath additive to "neutralize" radiation. Strontium can now be purchased as a mineral supplement, which would theoretically be, more efficient at driving out Strontium 90 than Calcium.

Replied by Citygirl27
(Richardson, Tx, Usa)

Iodine is very good for that, this is why there is virtually no cancer in Japan despite being near nuclear stations and any related incidents. If you can't get iodine tablets, try Lugol's. Here is an article on iodine for radiation


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Earth Clinic (USA) on 03/18/2011

For those who haven't signed up to receive our newsletter, here is a link to our March 16th, 2011 newsletter on Radiation Remedies: http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs020/1101631005260/archive/1104854092037.html

Here is a link to our follow-up email, correcting an error in the Potassium Iodide (SSKI) dosage mentioned in the newsletter: http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs020/1101631005260/archive/1104879055209.html

Replied by Allan
(South Africa)

Hi, thanks for this great info. I am familiar with the words sodium and potassium. May I ask you if you can help me get the following products:

potassium ascorbate and sodium ascorbate

and also

dimethyl sulfoxide

The above is for detoxicating diabetes pancreas and to help a friend who has cancer to change his cells to positive millevolts.

can you help me in South Africa? These above are not availble here.

thanks in anticipation, allan

Replied by Robert

Our company has approximately 300 packs of 14 KI 130 mg available at $15 per pack plus shipping. Brand name is IOSAT.

EC: Hi Everyone,

Since many USA companies have sold out of KI, we are allowing companies and brand names in this thread. A few people have emailed us (such as Robert) in response to our newsletter with information and additional remedies.

Replied by Robert
(Wawaka, Indiana)

Chlorella clearly removes radiation by restructuring cells DNA RNA.

Replied by Jayna
(Orange County, California)

Thank you! When the deadly Phosgene attacks took place on 1-1-11 We began drinking a drink composed of green powders (i. E. Hemp, Green Tea, Wheatgrass, Chlorella, and Spirulena) in not more than a cup of water. (stir well) Very reasonable and quick delivery at www.nutsonline.com.

It is good to take an Alpha Lipoic Acid capsule with this drink to make it more helpful to the body. (Their mushroom popcorn is really great, too! )Taking these help to fight off Phosgene and it seems radiation. If (or when) it comes here to Orange County, CA we will also take charcoal capsules (cheap at www.swansonvitamins.com to rid our bodies of the radiation.)

Blessings in Yahshua ~ Jayna

Replied by Amy

Video on remedies for Radiation Exposure from Dr. Alejandro Junger here:


Also, tulsi leaves and tea are good for radiation exposure.

Replied by Tony

I see the posts and no one is even mentioning Baking soda and Chlorine baths for the removal of radiation---it amazes me how there is such a false bravado going on here and one person mentioned 130mgs---way over the top more like 80 mgs and consuming baking soda to reduce kidney damage from excreting the toxic rads out of the body---Vitamin A-Betacarotene-Vitamin C --Selenium--Sulfur are all needed as well--to rid and repair the system of any damage occuring.

http://augmentinforce.50webs.com and go to the script of the show for March 2011 inside you will see the script for March 18 --feel free to download---and share the health.


Replied by Devon
(Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

Good Evening, Deirdre.

Thank you for making this correction. I am Vice-President of the Business and Professional Women's Club, Montreal, part of a World-wide organization that lobbies for women's rights, anything to do with protecting women from violence, with their health and well-being, and whatever relates to their children, etc. , in the United Nations General Assembly ever year, and in US Congress, Canadian Parliament, and legislatures of governments around the World. On our national TV news station, we have just been informed that traces of radiation have been detected in California today.

Potassium Iodide protects the thyroid only. We must do more than protect just our thyroids from radiation. This is information I have just sent out around the World today, a propos the escalating situation in Japan and elsewhere:

Re: Japan's nuclear disaster, and the effects of radiation on our bodies, especially on those of our vulnerable children. My former physician, Dr. Carolyn Dean, now practicing in Hawai'i, tells us that the survivors of nuclear fallout in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, during WWII nuclear bombings, were the seaweed-eaters. Seaweed absorbs radiation, thus protecting our whole body when eaten. I add dulse to soup daily, and there are other types of seaweed just as powerful. Dr. Dean's website: see her March 17 issue for more protection tips: http://drcarolyndean.com/tips?e=0157-1&p=3214

Also, Foods such as apples, buckwheat and sunflower seeds cleanse us of radiation. Apples and sunflower seeds contain pectin which binds with and removes radioactive residues from the body. Buckwheat contains glucosides which protect us from the effects of radiation. Cereal grasses and other green foods like and chlorella and blue-green algae are also useful in cleansing our bodies of radiation. (1) Essential fatty acids such as flax seed oil renew cells which have been burned by radiation. Soaking in a bath with sea salt and baking soda draws toxins including radiation from the body.

Also, magnetic clay in your bath or even foot bath, draws out heavy metal toxins as well as radiation. Taking Potassium Iodide can unbalance one's body, although it may help inititially. Your newsletter is so influential. Please check this information out thoroughly, and tell people the above. It may not only save their lives, but also their future health.

Please stay cleansed, and healthy, yourself.
Devon Rice
VP, BPW Montreal, Quebec, Canada


Posted by Timh (KY, US) on 01/26/2015 2064 posts

For people that have health issues like digestive, hormonal, and immune, that do not respond to numerous treatment recommendations and remedies both conventional and alternative alike, there is that silent, invisible threat of Radiation. Mineral deficiencies and the absence of fruit Pectin in the diet allow for a buildup, in the body, of toxic radioactive isotopes which are present in our soil, food, air, and water this world over.

Aside from radioactive isotopes as a result of nuclear bombs, and fallout from failed energy production, there is a natural source of radiation that has been infused in the earth soil & rock millions of yrs ago.

The USA's EPA has designated January as Radon Awareness month.

Here is a link for further info http://www.radonawareness.org/


Posted by Daisy (Irvine, Ca) on 07/27/2011

I'm not sure if you can post the name of a support here but I have been reading through a lot of the Radiation Remedies and no one has mentioned Ioguard which I think is the most powerful support out there. Also, Modifilan was used successfully after Chernobyl and I have tried both. I have done a lot of research after Fukashima and to my mind and with the studies that have been done, Ioguard is the one I trust. They say they developed for day to day exposure from cellphones, wi-fi, x-rays, etc. But it is the only product with DNA reductase which was proven to be the most powerful protectant and repair substance in a study with cancer patients receiving radiation therapy. I am not affiliated with these people in any way and the two products are not affiliated but wanted to share my research because I think it's important and it's only getting worse. Most people don't realize that radiation is still spewing from Fukashima daily and just because there is a news blackout doesn't mean it has ended. Also, our culture has become obsessed with radiation driven devices, forasking safety and health for convenience.

Sea Salt, Baking Soda

Posted by A (Ny) on 09/02/2011

"If you are having any kind of radiation treatments, macrobiotic is the cure. Macrobiotics is very effective in curing radiation sickness and cancer. " "... brown rice, miso* and tamari soy sauce soup, wakame and other sea vegetables, Hokkaido pumpkin, and sea salt and prohibited the consumption of sugar and sweets." "In case you missed it the secret to surviving all forms of radiation exposure is sea salt. If you are concerned about the radiation fallout from the Japan nuclear plants disaster or if you had an X-ray (from hospitals and airport screening) or radiation treatments for cancer, soak your body in sea salt (not iodized table salt) baths to help pull out the radiation from your body. " ".. To pull the radiation poison out of the body, try bathing in half a cup of sea salt and half a cup of baking soda. Soak for at least 20-30 minutes, every day for three weeks or every other day for six weeks" "A tiny pinch of good quality sea salt in several glasses of distilled water each day will provide one with all the minerals and trace elements you need to rid your body of the radiation and stay healthy."


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