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Nano Technology Toxicity, Environmental impact
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Nano Technology Toxicity, Environmental impact

Hello everyone,

As we are aware, what is in our world, whether it is naturally produced or synthetically, will end up in the human body.
We will need to know how to detox our system from a upcoming toxin called Nanotechnology toxicity. The most threatening issue with Nanotechnology is it's ability to self replicate, and/or reproduce.

I believe Morgellons as we know it, is this environmental toxin and that it is now everywhere.

I happen to live close to Berkley CA, where much of the nanotechnology research is accomplished. I question how they are dealing with disposing of the aftermath of their research.

IMO, the type of Morgellons that many of us are dealing with is what is described in the articles below:

The good news is that we can beat Morgellons, but not without an aggressive regimen.
I overcame it once to the point where I was non-symptomatic. At that time I had M lesions all over my body, in my brain, eyes and ears.

It either came back about a year later or I got a new batch. I may never know. The point is that now with this new attack, I am almost completely symptom free again.

This shows us that we can overcome this challenging time in our world.

Surely there are others that have learned how to overcome this horrendous health threat.

I am finding that M hates Hydrogen Peroxide. I am using diluted food grade H.P. and confirm this with a microscope.
H.P. literally melts the silicon and I believe the silicon is stabilizing factor of the nanowires or fibers.
The more the HP melts the silicon the more I see the fibers breaking up.

Also, another important thing to keep in mind is that an effective form of far infrared treatment is necessary and I wouldn’t go a day without it especially when symptomatic.
I use my sauna daily for 1 hr. While I am in the sauna, I make sure that the panels don’t shut off and are directed in the head area.

I know how hopeless M. can make you feel since I have been there.
There is hope to get well.
The more we share our experiences the better we will all do.

Have a wonderful weekend,
P.S. Apparently salt is another thing that M. hates. More on that topic another time.




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