With reports of traces of radiation in Nebraska following the nuclear disaster in Japan, the levels are being closely monitored. Many people are nervous, even though the levels are low, as to how this radiation will affect our health. Dr. Cass Ingram is a nutritional physician and he has treated severe cases of radiation and he says even low levels could possibly be harmful.
“Those are toxic man-made ions and they are destructive to human tissue no matter what anyone tries to say. I treated two cases from Chernobyl, they lived about 80 miles from Chernobyl and they were head to toe all messed up with mutated fungus, really weird things just like in the movies with organ disorders.”
Dr. Ingram says these people turned to nature to the cure. He says he was able to help them by studying radiation victims in Turkey.
“The reason I got a hint on this was the Turks. When I went to Turkey they showed me pictures of Chernobyl victims with huge thyroid cancers. They didn’t know anything about potassium iodine, they were mountain villagers. They just gave them juice of oregano and oil of oregano.”
Dr. Ingram says there are several other natural cures if one has radiation sickness.
“What about Brazil nuts. They are rich in selenium. Selenium fights radiation. And people get nauseous and sick in their guts, what about ginger. Slice up some ginger root, take it in tea.”
Dr. Ingram says the thyroid is the first internal organ to be damaged by radiation exposure and the best thing one can do is to bombard the thyroid with as much natural iodine as possible. He says wild kelp blocks the absorption of radioactive iodine