(Natural News) The vast majority of us have probably heard of chemtrails but don’t know very much about them. Others know exactly what they are but insist they are nothing but fodder for conspiracy theorists. And then there are those who adamantly insist that they are real and pose a serious risk to our health.
Those who believe that chemtrails are dangerous are adamant that they are actually clouds of chemicals that governmental and other agencies dispel in to the air to control the weather or dim the sun to combat “global warming.” It is believed that these toxic, man-made clouds contain high levels of hazardous heavy metals, including aluminum, arsenic and mercury. They are also referred to as “geoengineering” activities and are widely discussed in the scientific literature.
While we may not know what the purpose of chemtrails are, we can certainly protect ourselves against their effects by detoxifying our bodies from harmful chemicals.
So, what exactly are chemtrails?
For those of us who don’t know what they are, chemtrails – or chemical trails, as they are properly known – are the white trails we see remaining in the sky after planes fly overhead. Chemtrails are not to be confused with contrails, which are simply trails of condensed water seen as white streaks in the sky behind aircraft. Chemtrails are easy to identify because while contrails dissipate quickly, chemtrails linger in the sky, spreading out and making it look cloudy even when there are no real clouds in the sky.
Government officials will generally refuse to comment on chemtrails, but back in 2016 a NASA scientist admitted that the agency has been putting lithium in rocket exhaust so that it can be dispersed into the atmosphere since the 1970s, although he insisted that the lithium “is not dangerous.”
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Five ways to detoxify from chemtrail poisons
As reported by Waking Times, there are at least five natural weapons that can be used to detoxify the body from the chemical poisons released into the atmosphere by chemtrails.
This trace mineral is vital to the optimal functioning of the body, and has excellent antioxidant properties which protect against the damaging effects of exposure to pesticides and heavy metals. Waking Times reported:
Scientists have found that selenium can specifically bind to mercury and pull it from your tissues so it can be excreted.
This single-cell microalga binds to heavy metals in the digestive tract, purifying the body from toxins absorbed through breathing contaminated air — including air contaminated by chemtrails — and from drinking impure water.
This ancient life form detoxifies the digestive system in a similar way to chlorella, but goes a step further by alkalizing the body, protecting against acidic environmental toxins that cause disease.
This powerful plant contains the compound silybin which supports the functioning of the liver, the organ responsible for detoxification. Waking Times reported:
Supporting healthy liver function is absolutely essential when you’re exposed to such a large amount of harmful substances on a daily basis. Otherwise, the liver can get overwhelmed and sluggish. If this happens when you’re exposed to a toxin, it’s more likely to freely roam your body and cause a tremendous amount of damage.
Foods that detoxify:
Superfoods that help flush the body of toxic chemicals and heavy metals include cilantro, probiotic foods, ginger, citrus fruits, garlic and foods rich in alpha lipoic acids, like peas, Brussels sprouts and broccoli.
In conclusion, even if you don’t believe in chemtrails, there can be no doubt that all of us are exposed to toxic chemicals on a daily basis and that detoxifying with these natural remedies can only be of benefit to each one of us.
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