Supplements to Defend Against Chemtrails
I’ve spent a lot of time talking about the detrimental effects of chemtrails on the environment and the human body. Now it’s time to do what we can about flushing these toxins out of the body. Aluminum, which has been linked to Alzheimer’s Disease and autism, is one of the main ingredients used in high altitude aerosol spraying. The other elements coming up in rain samples across the country are barium and strontium. Aluminum is found in nature, but the quantities being dumped into the atmosphere right now far exceed what is healthy for us to inhale, drink, or eat.
On heavy spray days, I’m prone to headaches and extreme fatigue. I’ve learned that other people have experienced the same effect. To combat this, I take magnesium every morning in addition to an assortment of other vitamins, including antioxidants, minerals, and B vitamins. I will take an additional 250mg capsule
again in the afternoon, as necessary, depending on how heavily they are spraying. This is quite effective at preventing the headaches. Magnesium is similar to aluminum and its uptake in the body blocks the receptors which the aluminum in the air would otherwise bond with. On the most extreme days, I will still feel some discomfort, but I can function and go about my business. Of course I try to stay in on those days, and definitely do not jog or exercise outside. Nowadays, most people are deficient in magnesium, so we are more susceptible to poisoning from aluminum. This should be a part of everyone’s supplement regimen.
To combat the fatigue, I eat foods rich in potassium. I have not found a potassium supplement that contains more than 6% of the US recommended daily allowance of potassium. A banana contains about 13% of your daily allowance. Other excellent sources include coconut water and meat, potatoes, and blackstrap molasses, with a whopping 17% per tablespoon. The chemtrail “blahs” you feel on heavy spray days are a result of barium depleting the potassium from your body. Replenishing it is a great way to defeat this exhaustion, which often leaves people feeling unproductive, depressed, useless… well I’ll speak for myself! But anyway, you must add this nutrient back to the body in order to function in a world filled with heavy metals.
Chlorella and cilantro are herbs that can be used for chelation, which is the process of flushing heavy metals from the body. Chlorella is a single-cell fresh water algae which actually binds to mercury and removes it from the body. I take it as a supplement every morning, as it also acts as a general detoxifier against a variety of metals. I have incorporated large amounts of cilantro into my diet, because it chelates heavy metals out of the body rapidly, and they are expelled in the urine. It’s extremely cheap and plentiful, and is delicious. I put it on salads, burritos, and eggs. It can be made into pesto as well.
Last but not least, I take raw apricot kernels every day. These are not specifically designed to fight the effects of chemtrails, but they contain the vitamin B17, which was
discovered by Ernest Krebs, Jr. in the 1950s. B17 is theorized (and I would say proven)
to prevent cancer. The theory behind vitamin B17 is that cancer is a deficiency disease more so than one caused by something. This isn’t to say that environmental factors do not contribute to cancer. I’m concerned that we will see an increase in cancer due to chemtrail spraying, which is why I especially emphasize getting a good balance of essential vitamins and nutrients in the diet. Raw apricot kernels and the seeds of many other fruits, like apples, peaches, and plums, are an excellent source of this vitamin.
I hope this gets you started on the path to fighting the effects of chemtrails. It may be a long battle to get the spraying to stop. In the meantime, we do not have to be human repositories for these vast quantities of toxins being forced unto us day after day. Enjoy the feeling of good health, and the return of your vitality and energy! Stay healthy, my friends!
Originally published on Somewhere Under the Chembow, April 17, 2013