Anti-Radiation Remedies: Seaweed and Tulsi
Seaweed and Tulsi have anti-radiation effects. Eating seaweed and tulsi can help protect the body from harmful radiation.
Fears of health risks rose in the world after Japan radiation leaking:
14 Mar 2011, Japan PM urges people within 30 kilometers of Fukushima Dai-ichi to stay indoors after Radiation leaking from damaged nuclear power plant. The aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan and other US Navy ships were repositioned after the detection of radiation plume from the Fukushima nuclear plant located 100 miles away. Pharmacies in the US and Canada are reporting increased demand for potassium iodide pills from residents.
If you live near a nuclear power plant, or just return home from the radiation area in Japan, or undergo a series of X-ray exams, or take cancer radiation therapy, you may need to take some medicine or remedies to detoxify the effects of radiation and radioactive particles from your body.
There is potassium iodide KI or KIO3, which has effects to block radioactive uptake by the thyroid.
You may also use remedies – Seaweed and Tulsi which are clinically proven to have the anti-radiation effects.
A type of seaweed, kelp (海带) is a rich source of iodide. Seaweed can protect the body from harmful radiation. You can eat seaweed to bind radioactive particles and escort them out of the body. Seaweed is a popular food in East Asia where people eat seaweeds as salads and soups. Here are how to Make Seaweed Salad and Soup:
Tulsi (tulasi, or Holy Basil) is an aromatic plant which is widely known across South Asia as a medicinal plant and an herbal tea. Tulsi has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda for treating common colds, headaches, stomach disorders, inflammation, heart disease, various forms of poisoning, and malaria. Scientific study found that tulsi shows some promise for protection from radiation poisoning.
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