On February 3rd, a train carrying several car loads of Vinyl Chloride Monomer (Dioxin) derailed causing a massive leak of highly toxic chemicals to spill in the town of East Palestine, Ohio. What ensued was a haphazard response in which Norfolk Southern began its own efforts to dispel the leak, separate from the coordinated response ordered by government officials. In the end, the decision was made by railroad officials to burn the hazardous materials, releasing a massive plume of dioxin into the environment.
Amidst stories about UFO crafts being shot down, the airwaves went silent regarding the Ohio travesty, now widely regarded as one of the worst toxic dumps in history.
The severity of this disaster has been met with what experts are increasingly calling negligent and careless. Many of the clean up crews worked without proper protective equipment. Meanwhile, dioxins have a notorious history of adverse affects. Eric Francis Coppolino, an American investigative reporter who specializes in corporate fraud and toxic torts litigation, labels the response to this spill “criminal.” Del Bigree reported that sadly, many of the residents were not evacuated. Many protocols for handling the clean up were not taken, as Coppolino shares in his interview with Dr. Sam Bailey, where he describes the extent dioxin toxicity, outlines steps on how to move forward, calls for immediate and long-term testing that needs to be demanded by citizens, and describes the potential aftermath in regards to health as well as ecological concerns.
The Outlook Isn’t Pretty
Dioxins are PBTs: Persistent, Bioaccumulative, Toxic. According to Natural News, “This means they don’t go away, they accumulate up the food chain to achieve higher and higher concentrations…” Reproductive health and fertility are some of the biggest stakes in dioxin exposure. Coppolino indicates that because dioxin is a hormonal toxin, women are particularly vulnerable (dioxin specifically affects mitochrondrial DNA in women). This is of specific concern to women in the childbearing years since dioxin has been known to cause sterility and problems to fetuses. Children and pregnant women are especially vulnerable, and Coppolino recommends they especially should have been evacuated. In an interview on Health Ranger this week, Coppolino minces no words in stating: “Children and pregnant women have to be evacuated immediately. Any woman or girl who wants to have children needs to be evacuated immediately. Based on the fact that there has been no dioxin testing whatsoever, the entire town needs to be evacuated and relocated.”
The region in Ohio where this event affects is comprised of over 75,000 farms in the Ohio. This is literally the breadbasket of the US, as produce, meat and eggs are raised here that are transported to much of the country. Caution around consuming products impacted by this spill is highly recommended, and the Health Ranger has offered testing soils in the area that may be at risk. This testing ought to be required and carried out by the EPA and other organizations, along with longitudinal studies on soil and air samples, however, Coppolino suggests that such measures are often convoluted and bypassed. In the meantime, it is wise to err in with caution when consuming products from Ohio.
For more details on the effects of the derailment, who is vulnerable, what steps should be taken to decontaminate and protect, please review Coppolino’s interview and resources, linked below. He has amounted a lifetime of research and documentation on this toxin. Other resources can be found below as well.
How can we protect ourselves?
There are many doctors who have come forward with advice on detoxing from dioxin exposure. Due to the mishandling of the derailment site in Ohio, air and waterway seepage is likely for many miles around the area–the extent is yet to be known. Many have proposed that this is much wider reaching than experts project and that steps to protect and detox are essential. Therefore, we have collected a list of supplemental recommendations. This list is not exhaustive, and we recommend that you consult with your healthcare team on safe detox options for you and your family so that your bases are appropriately and safely covered. Small children, pregnant women and babies may not be able to take the supplements listed below, use them at your own discretion. Our team has identified a homeopathic remedy we’re calling Dio-Aid that helps the body clear certain industrial toxins and plastic chemicals. Below you will find the descriptions on the supplement recommendations we’ve found, a link for accessing our free Dioxin Detox Download, (a summary of the supplements recommended for detoxing), and our directions on creating your own homeopathic remedy of air and water in your area.
Suggestions from Dr. Ben Lynch: Early on, Dr. Ben Lynch shared his research on supplements for assisting in detoxing dioxin. His recommendations include Glutathione, PQQ, NAC, daily use of sauna, electrolytes, and a few suggestions that can be found on his website and Youtube channel. Dr. Lynch has also offered a sale on these products, which he sells through Seeking Health.
Suggestions from The Health Ranger: Brocoli Sprouts: According to The Health Ranger, Indole–3–carbinol and Sulforaphane found in broccoli sprouts helps the body defend itself from dioxins. You can visit their site for a full list of foods that help block dioxins and ideas for sprouting these at home.
Suggestions from Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: Dr. Tenpenny made a powerful connection between the potential effects of dioxin exposure and projected effects of the current popular shot that has been pushed for the past few years. She shared what she recommends for detoxing dioxin which includes Zeolite, activated charcoal, NAC, milk thistle, iodine and CoQ10.
Homeopathy Suggestions: Here at Real Immunity, we have identified a remedy that will be useful in regards to dioxin. We’re working with our pharmacy to have that available to you soon. In the meantime, you can create a homeopathic remedy of your own by collecting a sample of what is in the air and/or water in your region. Click the link above to learn how to do this.
Please use these supplements above at your own discretion. Do your own research and inquire with the individuals offering this information how to administer the correct recommended doses to yourself and children and animals. We’re not all the same, so move forward with caution and remember to ease into these protocols slowly and back off if you are having any overwhelming detox effects. We cannot advise on these recommendations, which is why we offer links to the individuals who are advising them. We’re offering this information in order to get these recommendations in your hands as soon as possible.
Resources and Links for Further Reference:
Coppolino’s interview — Impacts of dioxin, proper response methods, recommended steps moving forward
Natural News article– Explanation of dioxin toxin and breath and depth of the history of dioxin with, and a call for a full evacuation with Eric Coppolino
Highwire episode — Reports from ground zero and interview with OSHA specialists.
Dr. Lynch’s Recommendations
Health Ranger Recommendations
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny’s Recommendations
Directions for making a homeopathic remedy from your air or water.
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