Through Earth´s unpredictable quake, a gigantic Tsunami-wave is rolling over the land, renewing our fear of the invisible threat of radioactivity. This all happened in spring of 2011, during the reactor-catastrophe of Fukushima, Japan. Although, newest media photographs of this event by now have all disappeared, we are well aware that the durable radioactivity is still with us.
Siliceous earth is also a seismic product of Earth´s activities. The natural volcanic mineral is, in my opinion, a present of the planet, allowing us of protection ourselves from damages caused by radioactivity, for alleviating polluting radiation of our environment (e.g. agriculture) or even their elimination.
Research performed by nuclear medicine confirms that cesium 137 and strontium 90 – both radioactive isotopes, especially common during fall-out – are responsible for a visible increase of diseases such as testicular cancer (C 137) and bone cancer (Strontium 90).
Micronized siliceous earth demonstrably binds and excretes both substances. Thus, the ˝Queen of Minerals˝ is excellently suited as therapy of radioactive diseases, possible occurring during reactor accidents.
Cesium 137 has the characteristics of displacing potassium out of the metabolism, whereas strontium 90 is doing the same with calcium. Severe changes in bone are the consequence. Therefore, Clinoptilolite – siliceous earth´s exchange of ions works miraculously and effectively against it, providing the organism with additional health-promoting minerals.
Russia´s usage of siliceous earth is by far more known and researched as in Central Europe, thus, it is understandable that it was used after the ˝Super-Gau˝ of Chernobyl. Its wide application ranged from the decontamination of soil, water and nutrients, as well as to the detoxification of humans and animals.
(Stone of life – dr. Ilse Triebnig & Ingomar W. Schweiz)
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