Fukushima: Why is Japan not Doing this but You Can


Run for cover Bentonite Clay

Run for cover Bentonite Clay

Clay is a negatively charged ion, whereas radioactive material carries a positive ionic charge. Bentonite Clay adsorbs and absorbs, by capturing positively charged ions, which you eliminate by washing them off or passing them through your body. Clay has many healing abilities due to its alkaline pH and high negative ionic charge. Calcium Bentonite Clay is one of the safest, easiest, and least expensive detoxing substances available. Clay is a noninvasive treatment, and when properly used, causes no harm. Rapid healing often results, such as a noticeable reduction in pain, irritation, and inflammation.

Historical Accounts:

The former Soviets have been using clay to remove radiation from the Russian population for the past sixty years. When the Soviet nuclear power plant in Chernobyl melted down in 1986, the (then) Soviet government put French Green Clay in chocolate bars. They dispensed them to the masses so any radiation they were exposed to would be immediately removed from their bodies. Most of the clean-up at Chernobyl was accomplished with Bentonite Clay. The use of clay in absorbing and removing toxins and radiation from the environment is common knowledge to an Environmental Engineer because they use clays to remove toxins from the soil and groundwater. As they did at Chernobyl, one of the best things the Japanese government could do is “raise” their nuclear power plants damaged by the earthquake under a layer of natural clay to absorb the radiation. Start burying the cores by the truckload.

About Clay

Here’s a man who walked from Pismo Beach to San Francisco reporting on the tide pools, trees and wildlife along, the West Coast.  He walked alone to tell the truth only to be hated because no one else was.

kevin blanch

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