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Get that radioactive free, deep clean feeling again. Know you are free!

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"On average, Americans

"On average, Americans receive a radiation dose of about 0.62 rem (620 millirem) each year. Half of this dose comes from natural background radiation. Most of this background exposure comes from radon in the air, with smaller amounts from cosmic rays and the Earth itself. (The chart to the right shows these radiation doses in perspective.) The other half (0.31 rem or 310 mrem) comes from man-made sources of radiation, including medical, commercial, and industrial sources. In general, a yearly dose of 620 millirem from all radiation sources has not been shown to cause humans any harm."

http://www.nrc.gov/about-nrc/radiation/around-us/doses-daily...

"Internal Radiation
All people have internal radiation, mainly from radioactive potassium-40 and carbon-14 inside their bodies from birth and, therefore, are sources of exposure to others. The variation in dose from one person to another is not as great as that associated with cosmic and terrestrial sources."

http://www.nrc.gov/about-nrc/radiation/around-us/sources/nat...

I was just researching

spirulina yesterday and in addition to it's nutritional benefits, it helps to remove radiation. Now I just need to find a good, safe way of growing this blue green algae at home. Quality control (nutritional content and safety) is a concern for me.

Thanks Mark Twain~

Garan's picture

Purification Run-down

If you are open to using methods from strange sources,
get the book "Clear Body, Clear Mind".
The book claims to (effectively) rinse-away radiation among other things (pollution, residual LSD particles ..or other really small particles).

There is a lot of alternative information out there.

Niacin (part of the purification program) is supposed to weaken the cell walls; allowing particles and radiation to pass-through. Spirulina has high niacin levels as well.

There is no denying that Scientology is a contentious topic (I am not a practitioner), yet fascinating and maybe even has some generally useful bits, like their body purification program.

I've incorporated parts of it into my purification routine.
All I can say is, seeing is believing.
After taking moderately high doses of niacin, I've seen old tan-lines (sun radiation) appear and/or release from my legs.
So, I think they are correct about being able to remove radiation from the body.

Amazing to think that your sunburns and other radiation accumulate over time.
Good to know you don't have to die with it.

Just be cautious. Extreme changes in physiology can induce a spiritual experience, or even land you in the psyc ward. ..and that's the problem with Scientology. They are able to induce the spiritual experience and direct people (aka brainwash) toward their beliefs. Some sweat lodges might be able to do this as well. So, be careful who you surround yourself with, especially if you start to open-up spiritually.

Thanks Garan~

While I'm not into the Scientology part of it (being a Christian), I've heard that their detoxification process was pretty effective for first responders. Thanks for sharing your experience.

Here is some info I watched on Dr. Yu's detoxification protocol. I think he uses niacin and saunas. It's been a while since I looked at his info so I don't remember all of it.

http://www.dailypaul.com/226732/alternative-cancer-therapies...