Agent Orange Exposure and Dioxin Poisoning

What is Agent Orange?
Agent Orange was one of the herbicides used by the US military during the Vietnam War from 1961 to 1971. As many as 3 million Vietnamese people have been affected by the use of Agent Orange, as have been American soldiers serving at the time. Health problems occurring in the Vietnamese population due to Agent Orange exposure include mental disabilities, birth defects, high rates of miscarriages, stillbirths, skin diseases, hernias and cleft palates. The link between Agent Orange and cancer is also thought to be strong.

Studies show that US veterans exposed to Agent Orange in Vietnam have increased rates of respiratory disorders, skin disorders, and cancer as well as nerve and digestive disorders. High rates of cancer include acute or chronic leukemia, throat cancer, Hodgkin's Lymphoma, prostate cancer, and lung cancer.

Below - among other contributions - you will find remedies to treat Agent Orange Disease and Dioxin Poisoning from our popular contributor, Ted from Bangkok.

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List of Remedies for Agent Orange Exposure