Should probably include Pennsylvania and W. Virginia in the tile and perhaps points further east. The government and medical organizations have nothing to suggest in terms of treatments for exposure to the high level of dioxins. However, they should be recommending and rushing to the scene tons of baking soda because bicarbonates neutralize heavy metals, dioxins, and furans in the body.
Simple old baking soda detoxifies and cleanses the body and the environment. There is nothing better for emergency medicine and in this case, dioxin exposure from the highly toxic dioxins released from the deliberate ignition of the Ohio train wreck. This does not mean bicarbonates will cure a person if their exposure is too high, but it does mean it will help the body detoxify and remain stable when exposed.
Dioxins are environmental pollutants present in pesticides, paints, varnishes, electrical equipment, and flame retardants, which seep into our water systems and soil and can end up in the food we eat. Dioxins are found in the highest quantities in fat-rich foods and can interfere with hormones and even trigger cancers but this disaster in Ohio threatens a level of contamination never experienced before. How widespread of a disaster this is going to be remains to be seen but some are calling it the Chornobyl of Ohio or the new 9-11.
Dioxins are a class of chemicals—over 150 chemicals—that are created from manufacturing processes: polyvinyl chloride (PVC) production, paper bleaching, manufacturing of pesticides, and chemicals with chlorine. “In doses as low as parts per trillion, dioxin has been found to damage development, reproduction, and the immune and endocrine systems. In fact, there hasn’t been a detected dose that doesn’t cause biological harm (Thornton 2002).”[i]
Dioxins are environmental pollutants. They belong to the so-called “dirty dozen” – a group of dangerous chemicals known as persistent organic pollutants (POPs). Dioxins are of concern because of their highly toxic potential.
Once dioxins enter the body, they last a long time because of their chemical stability and their ability to be absorbed by fat tissue, where they are then stored in the body. Their half-life in the body is estimated to be 7 to 11 years. In the environment, dioxins tend to accumulate in the food chain. The higher an animal is in the food chain, the higher the concentration of dioxins.
Thus, some are warning that the contamination from this chemical disaster will persist for a century or more, contaminating soils, water, and the food supply of an entire region. These dioxins, which include 2,3,7,8 TCDD, are so toxic that your lifetime maximum exposure is measured in less than trillionths of a gram.
Cancer rates are probably going to skyrocket and persist for at least two generations. Some are even insinuating that this represents a chemical weapons attack on U.S. soil, the biggest in the history of the nation. However, it is probably an accident due to gross negligence. However, the burning of the chemical was no accident at all! Many questions are being asked about eerie “coincidences” surrounding the crash, which the federal government has been very slow to respond to, with FEMA originally denying a request for federal assistance, until reversing that decision more than two weeks after the crash.
The spill and the release of chemicals into the air, soil, and water since the disaster occurred on February 3rd and exacerbated by an uncontrolled burn of the toxic material has already resulted in one class action lawsuit alleging “…residents may already be undergoing DNA mutations.”
Pathetically EPA administrator Michael Regan offered curious remarks concerning the magnitude of the danger residents of the area face with assurances that downplay the risks. The government is even suggesting that it is safe to drink the water in the local area. The catastrophe has been downplayed by the Biden administration and the media, and the Environmental Protection Agency has deemed the water “safe to drink” – despite the existing reports of wildlife and pets dying in the affected area.
In terms of the United States government, everything is safe. But we should all question if the government itself is safe for its people. Can we really trust them to be honest about the dangers?
Was this an accident? Some do not think so. One site reported that the CDC edited the toxicology profile for vinyl chloride, massively increasing the lethal exposure level and removing information about how the chemical affects children, just two weeks before the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio that spewed vast quantities of the chemical into the environment. Do you believe in coincidences or in synchronicity?
The CDC update changed the lethal exposure from 100PPM to 100,000PPM. The lethal exposure level had remained the same for 17 years before the CDC decided to update the number just prior to the derailment, where highly toxic chemicals spilled or were burned off, leaving a chemical stench in the air nearly two weeks later. Hint, if you can smell it run for the hills! That said, I was not able to confirm the assertion of the change in lethal exposure levels at the CDC.
The key to avoiding long-term harm is to help the body
deal with the chemical assault at the very moment
one notices foul smell, foul taste, or flu-like symptoms.
Yet it does seem the CDC is minimizing the effects of the chemicals involved in the crash, one of them being vinyl chloride, a gas used to produce a plastic known as polyvinyl chloride (PVC). According to the National Cancer Institute, vinyl chloride is a carcinogen that has links to different kinds of cancers, including liver, brain, and lung cancers, as well as lymphoma and leukemia.
However, if this report is true the question must be asked, did the CDC know in advance meaning was this a preplanned disaster? Some people would reflexively think so because there is so much malicious destruction going on in America and other places around the world.
There is evidence suggesting that dioxins are associated
with increased chances of endometriosis.[ii]
Bicarbonate of Soda (aka sodium bicarbonate, NaHCO3, baking soda) is a simple low-cost substance that is a useful remedy for a variety of ailments and chronic diseases. Discovered in 1840, baking soda (not to be confused with baking powder) is a proven treatment for flus and colds, and recently this amazing substance has been in the “spotlight” as some doctors use it to treat cancer patients.
Sodium bicarbonate is added to contaminated soils, sediments, or sludge matrices containing hazardous chlorinated organics including polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) and polychlorinated dioxins and furans.
So useful and strong is sodium bicarbonate that at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, researcher Don York has used baking soda to clean soil contaminated with uranium. Sodium bicarbonate binds with uranium, separating it from the dirt. York was able to remove as much as 92 percent of the uranium from contaminated soil samples.
Military manuals suggest doses or infusions of sodium bicarbonate to help alkalinize the urine if uranium contaminates the kidneys. This makes the uranyl ion less kidney-toxic and promotes the excretion of the nontoxic uranium-carbonate complex. The oral administration of sodium bicarbonate diminishes the severity of the changes produced by uranium in the kidneys.[iii]
Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) lives up to the image on the Arm & Hammer’s box; it is the ultimate heavyweight workhorse medicine that every healthcare professional and parent should use to diminish toxic poisoning from the Ohio disaster.
Sodium bicarbonate can safely remove paint, grease, oil, and smoke residue, decreasing workers’ exposure to harsh chemicals and eliminating much of the hazardous waste associated with other cleaners. “Sodium bicarbonate is able to clean in areas where other substances pose fire hazards because baking soda is a natural fire extinguisher,” says Kenneth Colbert, a general manager for Arm & Hammer. This is the reason it’s used by oncology centers to control chemo agent spills, and it’s used intravenously to protect patients from the hazardous toxicity of chemotherapy.
Sodium bicarbonate is effective in treating poisonings or overdoses from many chemicals and pharmaceutical drugs by negating their cardiotoxic and neurotoxic effects.
Bicarbonate deficiencies spell big trouble for human physiology when the vascular system begins to deteriorate as less oxygen is delivered to the cells. Bicarbonate deficiency is synonymous with carbon dioxide deficiencies, which occur in everyone who does not exercise and breaths too fast like most people do these days. Bicarbonate is the wonderful medicine it is because it turns into carbon dioxide in the stomach, which drives bicarbonates into the blood.
In 1925 the Arm & Hammer Company published a book A Friend in Need, which said that “In the last few years Bicarbonate Soda has been coming into its own and today it occupies a prominent place in every Physician’s Armamentarium. It will not put the doctors out of business, but it will provide the means of helping thousands to prevent, and get relief from, certain ills by this harmless but helpful remedy.”
One can nebulize bicarbonate with glutathione because together they will help the body through the trauma of chemical exposure.
Why Cleansing Dioxins with Ghee Works
Dr. John Douillard says that “POPs, dioxins and other environmental toxins, such as pesticides, preservatives, heavy metals and industrial toxicants, are all fat-soluble or “lipophilic” (lipo = fat, philic = like). Studies on Ayurvedic detoxification with ghee suggest that these fat-soluble toxins can be removed from the fat cells using a “lipophilic-mediated” detoxification procedure. This is where a healthy fat, like ghee, is used to pull out unhealthy fats and/or toxins.”
[ii] DeVito, M. J., & Schecter, A. (2002). Exposure assessment to dioxins from the use of tampons and diapers. Environmental health perspectives, 110(1), 23-8. doi: 10.1289/ehp.0211023
[iii] A study of the acidosis, blood urea, and plasma chlorides in uranium nephritis in the dog, and the protective action of sodium bicarbonate. The Journal of Experimental Medicine, Vol 25, 693-719, Copyright, 1917, by The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research New York