Clay-eating, the practice known as geophagy or geophagia, has long been a puzzle to Western medical practitioners. Until recently, eating chalk, soil and other earth-related materials was an abnormal behavior, one which deprived the diet of valuable nutrients.
We want to know about all sorts of substances useful in the management of radiation detoxification, so we now come to the topic of edible clays.
For many, this is probably the first time you’ve heard of iodine as anything other than part of a first aid kit. When it comes to mainstream medicine, this is certainly not a commonly prescribed or even suggested remedy despite its vital role in the human body.
The increased use of uranium compounds in industry, and more recently in warfare in the form of depleted uranium, causes concern and a necessary look at internal contamination with uranium and its toxicological consequences, both as a heavy metal and as a radiological hazard.
Contrary to popular belief that Parkinson's is genetic and an 'old age' disease, the American Medical Association declared that the culprits for these devastating tremors are pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, and various chemicals. (AMA Pub. 27 January 99).