(NaturalNews) Even in the midst of global shortages of potassium iodide, the "radiation pills" that protect the thyroid gland from radiation poisoning, we have just managed to acquire a new supply of pharmaceutical-grade potassium iodide supplements. They are manufactured in the USA (in California) in a high-end GMP facility. They are being packaged this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and will be available for shipment Monday, March 21.
Next-day shipping is available so that you can receive the potassium iodide capsules as early as Tuesday or Wednesday, depending on how early you are in the order queue. This new supply will sell out quickly due the extremely high demand. Check our current availability status at:
This is a 10-day supply for one person. It is 40 capsules of potassium iodide, containing 30mg each. The ingredients are NOT vegan. They include gelatin capsules. This is emergency medicine for emergency use only -- NOT nutritional supplements! (see below)
Next-day shipping is available for $14 in the continental United States (up to 3 bottles), and $20 for Alaska and Hawaii (up to 3 bottles). We can ship to Canada, but this is at your own risk of possible seizure by your Canadian customs agents who may confiscate potassium iodide pills (for reasons you can only imagine).
NOTE: Potassium Iodide is NOT to be taken like vitamins! This is for emergency use only, preceding an imminent radiation exposure event. Do NOT take this in North America if a meltdown event has not occurred (you'd be wasting it). HOLD ON to these pills for emergencies only. Save 'em until you need 'em, folks!
Potassium Iodide has possible side effects. If you just start slamming these pills (especially when you don't need them), that is not a proper use of this emergency medicine. People who are allergic to shellfish should not take these pills. Those on thyroid medications or who suffer from thyroid problems should check with their physicians. Don't be foolish! Potassium iodide is a concentrated, isolated nutrient combination that should only be used in serious emergencies and never for casual use.
I would never take potassium iodide unless radiation exposure were imminent. I own some potassium iodide but have never taken it personally, and I hope I never have to.
Potassium iodide is sold out virtually everywhere
This potassium iodide is at a good price, but not a great price. It's a whole lot cheaper over at Life Extension -- but they're sold out until April. It's the same story everywhere else. What look like good prices are 100% sold out.
There are no more discounts to be had anywhere on potassium iodide, so this is probably as good a price as you will find anywhere on potassium iodide that's actually in stock. Huge price gouging is going on right now (http://www.naturalnews.com/031716_potassium_...). Beware of eBay and Amazon sellers who are price gouging and trying to sell this stuff for $500 or more per bottle (insane!).
The potassium iodide we have available on Monday is made in the USA (California) and is being manufactured with pharmaceutical-grade raw materials sourced from Germany. These are gelatin capsules, not veggie caps.
This supply will run out very quickly. Order right now if you really want some. This is very likely the last supply you will see available in North America for quite some time. Here's the order page:
We are working very hard here to keep covering the honest news on this situation while helping people get squared away with iodine and emergency preparedness. Stay tuned to NaturalNews for more breaking news as this situation unfolds.
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