Do you suspect someone is poisoning you? Many people are seriously concerned about this these days.
I write about the toxic chemicals in our foods, drinks, and medications in my book Sweet Poison, and I can confidently say that some food manufacturers and Big Pharma are poisoning us. But, there are people who are actually being poisoning by someone wanting to do them harm.
I have been doing toxicology reports using the hair analysis for over 25 years, I have been contacted by people who suspect that they are being poisoned, but today that number is increasing. One out of three hair analyses that I perform today are from people who suspect that they are being poisoned. I find this increase quite disturbing.
So what’s going on?
Sources Of Poison
Before you can confirm that you are being poisoned, you need to identify the source of the poison first. Search for a container of arsenic in the garage or a jar with fertilizer in it found under the kitchen sink. The hair analysis will show arsenic and manganese, found in fertilizer, but accusations that someone is poisoning you mean little if you can’t capture the source from whence it comes.
It’s important for a toxicologist to know everything that you have been exposed to when tracking down the sources of toxic poisons. For example, do you live near a farm? What is your water source? What chemicals are used where you work?
There may be little doubt that you ARE being poisoned, but connecting the dots in order to prove it can be difficult.
Vaccines and Medications
When I do a hair analysis, I always ask if you have had the “vax” – there is little doubt that people are experiencing adverse side effects from the coof vaccine, especially if you have had multiple boosters. I consider this a root source of pharmaceutical poisoning.
THIS can make you feel like you have been poisoned.
Too many vaccines for ANYTHING can poison your immune system, especially if the inoculation is filled with adjuvant metals, fetal tissue, and preservatives.
Another question to consider is do you take medications and how long have you been taking them?
Originally, medications were not meant to be taken indefinitely. Antibiotics are a perfect example. The first antibiotics were only prescribed for 6-weeks at the most. If this didn’t resolve an infection, more exploration needed to be done to find the root cause of the infection. But today, antibiotics are overused, and they become toxic over time.
Research the side effects of all the medications that you are taking, prescribed or over-the-counter, and if you are experiencing any of these side-effects, consider searching for a replacement, and research detoxing and nutritional therapies.
If your energy, attitude, and immune system seem to be deteriorating, scrutinize how much exercise you are consistently getting every week, what you are eating, and how much time do you spend outside soaking up vitamin D from sunshine. Are you dropping into deep REM every night? You’ll know if you dream.
Zinc and Vitamin D
There is little doubt that taking zinc and vitamin D regularly can support your immune system. During the coof, many people who took both zinc and vitamin D daily didn’t catch a cold, the flu, or the dreaded COVID.
Vitamins and minerals are essential for your body to fight infection, wound healing, make your bones strong, and regulate your hormones. They can turn toxic over time if your body doesn’t need them, which is why I believe so much in having a hair analysis – you’ll know for sure which nutrients you need and which nutrients you do not need in an extra supplement.
If you feel like you’re being poisoned, there are many things to consider. I never doubt anyone when they think they are poisoned, but what I wonder these days … are we ALL being poisoned, especially those who have been vaccinated over and over again.
It’s something you must consider.
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