Radiation Protection: What you can do

Posted on March 14, 2011


Download a pdf of information on what foods, supplements, herbs, homeopathic and other things you can do to protect yourself and family from radiation.http://radiationdetox.com

I’ve copied most of the information from the above link here in this post.

The food and supplement info. list starts on page 31 and goes to about 90. There is a wealth of information on that pdf. Also more here: http://wp.me/peZcu-Fq

Here’s a list I compiled from their pdf. Please read the complete pdf off the link http://radiationdetox.com if it works.

Supplies: Radios and Potassium Iodine and other things


About Potassium Iodine (from http://radiationdetox.com)
When fallout is first anticipated, but has not yet arrived, anyone not already sheltered should begin using their N95 particulate respirator masks and hooded rain ponchos. Begin taking Potassium Iodide (KI) or Potassium Iodate (KIO3) TABLETS for thyroid protection against cancer causing radioactive iodine, a major product of nuclear weapons explosions. If no tablets available, you can topically (on the skin) apply an iodine solution, like tincture of iodine or Betadine, for a similar protective effect. (WARNING: synthetic Iodine solutions (such as Lugol’s are NEVER to be ingested or swallowed—http://healthwyze.org/index.php/ingesting-iodine.html. Ingest only solutions that specifically say they can be taken orally).

External Application: For adults, paint 8 ml of a 2 percent tincture of Iodine on the abdomen or forearm each day, ideally at least 2 hours prior to possible exposure. For children 3 to 18, but under 150 pounds, only half that amount painted on daily, or 4 ml. For children under 3 but older than a month, half again, or 2 ml. For newborns to 1 month old, half it again, or just 1 ml. (One measuring teaspoon is about 5 ml, if you don’t have a medicine dropper graduated in ml.) If your iodine is stronger than 2%, reduce the dosage accordingly. Absorption through the skin is not as reliable a dosing method as using the tablets, but tests show that it will still be very effective for most. Do not use if allergic to iodine. If at all possible, inquire of your doctor NOW if there is any reason why anybody in your household should not use KI or KIO3 tablets, or iodine solutions on their skin, in a future nuclear emergency, just to be sure.  FROM —http://www.ki4u.com/guide.htm

Difference between KI and KI03/health risks
According to chemical manufacturers of the base chemicals of Potassium Iodate tablets (KI03) and Potassium Iodide tablets (KI): KIO3 has a health risk of “1” (slight) KI has a health risk of “2” (moderate) (Either of these are preferred over Radioactive Iodine from Nuclear Fallout.) KIO3 is not bitter, which means that children can take KIO3 with less difficulty than KI. This is extremely important: If children are the most susceptible to the harmful effects of Radioactive Iodine, then the possibility of children not able to take the pills or tablets or keep them down is dangerous. For this reason, we ask those of you who have children to purchase KIO3 instead of KI. FROM —http://www.campingsurvival.com/nucprot.html

Also there are some conflicting reports as to WHEN TO START TAKING IT. This http://www.prisonplanet.com/dont-take-potassium-iodide-unless-you-are-exposed-to-radiation.html site says,
“But taking potassium iodide when there is no radiation can actually damage the thyroid gland … at least in some individuals. A doctor told me that potassium iodide is given to people with hyperthyroid disease in order to partially kill the thyroid – i.e. to lower thyroid function. You can’t take potassium iodide for months on end. “Ideally, buy potassium iodide now, and monitor radiation levels by looking at real-time monitoring networks such as this and this.  PLEASE DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH AND DECIDE FOR YOURSELF.

Tell your doctor or dentist that you are taking this medication before having surgery or taking other medicines.


sea vegetables
2-3 ounces of sea vegetables per week, 2 tablespoons daily

Spirulina, Chlorella,

N-4 Radiation Anitox (made by Apex Energetics)

Homeopathic Scuessler Cell Salts/Hyland’s Bioplasma
Calcarea Phosphorica (Phosphate of Lime), abbreviated as Calc. Phos
Kali Phosphoricum (Phosphate of Potash or Potassium) or Kali. Phos
http://www.RadiationDetox.com — 67 http://www.RadiationDetox.com
Magnesia Phosphorica (Magnesium Phosphate) or Mag. Phos.
Natrum Phosphoricum (Phosphate of Soda) or Nat. Phos.
Ferrum Phosphoricum (Phosphate of Iron) or Fer. Phos.
Natrum Sulphuricum (Sulphate of Soda) or Nat. Sulph.
Kali Sulphuricum (Sulphate of Potash) or Kali. Sulph.
Calcarea Sulphurica (Sulphate of Lime) or Calc. Sulph.
Kali Muriaticum (Chloride of Potash) or Kali. Mur.
Natrum Muriaticum (Sodium Chloride) or Nat. Mur.
Calcium Fluorica (Fluoride of Lime) or Calc. Fluor.
Silicea (Silica)

Sea Salt (Chico-san brand) + baking soda
-Cream of  Tartar

Calcium lactate

All in all, if you are just interested in a general radiation detox — for instance because of X-ray exposure, high altitude living or extensive airplane flights — I would use the Apex Energetics Radiation Antitiox formula along with the Epson salt baths.
Naturally, I would be adding chlorella and spirulina to my diet anyone because of all the health advantages they bring.
spirulina (blue-green algae), chlorella (a green algae), brewer’s yeast, lentils, most beans, oysters as well as animal liver, sardines, anchovies and mackerel.
The juicing of fruits and vegetables

Miso Soup – several times a week
Black and green tea remove radioisotopes and protect against cancer
Rooibis tea (low in tannins) contains luteolin

Foods high in calcium and potassium
Vitamen D
Foods rich in beta carotene, lycopene (tomato sauce)
Cabbage family
Vitamin C
Onions, garlic, beans (rich in sulfur)
Red clover
Red Beets + Carrots
Alkyglycerols, (shark oil)
Reishi Mushroom
Cat’s Claw
Thymus Extract
Aloe Vera Extract
Burdock root
Red Clover
Autumn Primrose

ProGreen, Emerald Greens, Living Fuel RX