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--- On Sun, 3/13/11, Catherine Abby Rich
From: Catherine Abby Rich
Subject: Thoughts on Radiation Exposure
Date: Sunday, March 13, 2011, 8:46 PM
As many of you know, I became a seaweed educator in the last years. Please read the following information about what we can do to protect ourselves from the possible RADIATION contamination that could be coming our way.
I am at this moment gathering the contact information of the several friends who have seaweed businesses in Northern California. They can quick ship the kelp to you. You can also shop at your local health food stores but they might be cleared out fast.
Basically the Brown Kelps, but most importantly Laminaria Digitata (Kombu), but also Fucus Vesiculosis ( Bladderwrack) and Alaria Marginata (Wakame) all have a substance Potassium Iodide which floods the system with enough organic iodine to prevent the uptake of Radioactive Iodine 131. Then the mucousy Sodium Alginate binds to RADIOACTIVE elements and chelates them, as well as heavy metals, chemicals, etc., removing the evil substances from human bodies through our urine. It is a double pronged approach, inhibiting absorption / preventing uptake and cleansing possible contamination.
www.wilddevocean.com Wild DevOcean 707-684-0759 Trish Gallagher
www.loveseaweed.com Rising Tide Sea Vegetables 707-964-5663 Larry Knowles
email@example.com Mama Ocean 707-223-4318 Tara Kelly
firstname.lastname@example.org Ocean Harvest 707-937-1923 Terry Nieves
ryandrum.com Ryan Drum
A MEDICINAL DOSE IS 5 OR 6 SIZE 0 CAPS OF GROUND SEAWEED/ DAILY.
If you are interested in my SEAWEED SAFARI , gathering coastal seaweed, learning their medicinal value and culinary tricks ...get in touch with me for dates, reservations and more info. You are welcome to call me at 415-924-5961 or e-mail me email@example.com for more information about seaweeds and other herbal ideas concerning this topic.
Our prayers are with our Japanese brethren and for the safety of our Earth and all its inhabitants.
Catherine Abby Rich, herbalist