The U.S. government has awarded a patent to a breakthrough invention from Health Ranger Mike Adams and his ISO-17025-certified CWC Labs.
Designed to remove radioactive cesium isotopes including cesium-137 from the human digestive tract, the unique “Cesium Eliminator” formula received U.S. patent No. 9526751B2. Cesium-137 is said to be the most dangerous radioactive isotope that emerges after a nuclear catastrophe, whether unintentional or malicious in the form of nuclear terrorism/aggression.
The Health Ranger’s groundbreaking formulation binds with radioactive elements and removes them from the body using the natural process of digestive elimination. In this way, it can prevent deadly cesium isotopes from being absorbed through the intestinal wall and then lodging in the internal organs.
“If you drink cesium and it’s lodged in your tissues, it’s going to kill you from the inside out,” Natural News founder Mike Adams warns on his “Health Ranger Report” podcast.
In October 2014, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published this statement about the cesium-137 danger.
External exposure to large amounts of Cs-137 can cause burns, acute radiation sickness, and even death. Exposure to Cs-137 can increase the risk for cancer because of exposure to high-energy gamma radiation. Internal exposure to Cs-137, through ingestion or inhalation, allows the radioactive material to be distributed in the soft tissues, especially muscle tissue, exposing these tissues to the beta particles and gamma radiation and increasing cancer risk.
Along with certain superfoods, zeolites and a specific strain of dehydrated seaweed are the key ingredients of Cesium Eliminator.
“When you combine these two… you’re able to mop up essentially cesium-137, but at the same time, you’re also able to mop up the excess aluminum that is often released from zeolites,” Adams explains.
Mike has pledged to manufacture Cesium Eliminator in quantity for any interested government around the world in his FDA approved, certified organic production facility. Moreover, he also offered to donate the manufacturing rights free of charge to any government for humanitarian purposes to allow those governments to make it themselves.
Available in powder or pill form, Cesium Eliminator is not currently available for sale direct to the public. Given the high aluminum content of the prime ingredient, zeolites, the formula it is not meant to be consumed as a daily dietary supplement. Aluminum has been linked to dementia, as well as other health issues. For this reason, it is intended for emergency-use only, as a dietary intervention.
In his Texas warehouse, Adams has stockpiled about 10,000 kg of the raw materials, however, to quickly manufacture the product in the event of a nuclear catastrophe and make it available to the impacted areas of the country or the world. (RELATED: Read more about the nuclear threat at Radiationscience.com).
According to laboratory results, Cesium Eliminator gets rid of about 95 percent of cesium-137, thereby making it extremely effective in protecting the human body from absorbing radioactive cesium, and in so doing, capturing it before it can be absorbed into the bloodstream and deposited in the body’s soft tissues.
Adams has noted that going forward, he plans to tweak the formula with an additional ingredient to filter the excess aluminum in Cesium Eliminator from the blood stream.
Primarily targeting the thyroid, iodine products only provide very limited protection against radiation, contrary to conventional wisdom, Mike Adams noted, making the potentially life-saving invention critically important in covering all routes of exposure.
Further, in an area affected by nuclear fallout, the population may have no alternative but to ingest contaminated food or water, but his formula is designed to limit the body’s absorption in that scenario.
“As your stomach is churning the food and breaking it apart physically and chemically using the gastric acid that’s in your food, this invention binds with the radioactive cesium elements, cesium-137 in particular, then holds on to that so that it passes out of your body as a regular bowel movement,” Mike Adams explains about Cesium Eliminator.
Any interested parties should contact Adams via the Natural News feedback form or the CWC Labs contact form.