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How to Remedy Nanotech Adverse Effects on Health

How to Remedy Nanotech Adverse Effects on Health

How to Remedy Nanotech Adverse Effects on Health

Many are still unaware of what lurking dangers to their health are falling from the sky, are in major food sources, as well as polluted water supplies globally. You’re likely one of the relative few who are aware of nanotechnology and how it has infiltrated the environment and our bodies. The nanotech adverse effects on health are serious and warrant looking into and remedying. Living Technologies is developing chemtrail and nanotech detox kits that will go a long way to reducing the adverse effects of nanotechnology in the body. We include in this post some facts about just how nanotech bugs are harming human health and how to get rid of them.

What are potential harmful effects of nanoparticles?

Nanoparticles can have the same dimensions as some biological molecules and can interact with these. In humans and in other living organisms, they may move inside the body, reach the blood and organs such as the liver or the heart, and may also cross cell membranesInsoluble nanoparticles are a greater health concern because they can persist in the body for long periods of time.

The parameters of nanoparticles that are relevant for health effects are nanoparticle size (smaller particles can be more dangerous), chemical composition and surface characteristics, and shape.

Inhaled nanoparticles can deposit in the lungs and then potentially move to other organs such as the brain, the liver, and the spleen, and possibly the foetus in pregnant women. Some materials could become toxic if they are inhaled in the form of nanoparticles. Inhaled nanoparticles may cause lung inflammation and heart problems.

The objective of nanoparticles used as drug carriers is to deliver more of the drug to the target cells, to reduce the harmful effects of the drug itself on other organs, or both. However, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish the toxicity of the drug from that of the nanoparticle.

With the exception of airborne particles reaching the lungs, information on the behaviour of nanoparticles in the body is still minimal. Assessment of the health implications of nanoparticles should take into account the fact that age, respiratory tract problems, and the presence of other pollutants can modify some of the health effects.

Information on the effects of nanoparticles on the environment is very scarce. However, it is likely that many conclusions drawn from human studies can be extrapolated to other species, but more research is needed.

How can exposure to nanotech particles be measured?

Detecting nanoparticles is difficult, both in gases and in liquids. Nanoparticles are so small that they can only be detected by electron microscopes. Instruments able to detect and analyse particles of a few nanometres were only developed recently.

Most people are routinely exposed to nanoparticles in  air, primarily from diesel fumes. Exposure to airborne nanoparticles is low in terms of mass but significant in terms of numbers of particles. It is the number of particles, their size, and their surface characteristics that are determinant for interactions with living systems.

There is no clear opinion on which measures are most appropriate for assessing exposure. Also, there are no adequate portable instruments for measuring nanoparticle exposure. New sampling techniques and strategies for assessing exposure at the workplace and in the environment should be elaborated.

Currently, inhalation is the main route of human exposure to nanoparticles, and motor vehicle emissions constitute the most significant source of nanoparticles in urban areas. Exposure to airborne nanoparticles may also occur at some workplaces but data is scarce. Very little is known about the other routes of exposure, namely exposure through the skin (which concerns mostly cosmetic or pharmaceutical skin preparations that use nanoparticles) and exposure through ingestion.

Are current risk assessment methodologies for nanoparticles adequate?

Chemicals in their nanoparticle form have properties that may be very different from their larger physical forms. Therefore they may distribute and interact differently in biological systems. As a result, it is necessary to assess the risks arising from nanoparticles that may come in contact with humans, other species, or the environment, even if the harmful effects of the chemicals that make up the nanoparticle are well known.

It is important for any risk assessment methodology to consider various aspects related to exposure and health effects, such as the different possible routes of exposures, the ability of nanoparticles to move inside the body, their potential for bioaccumulation, the possible problems associated with persistence in the environment, or people who might be particularly sensitive to the adverse effects of nanoparticles.

How does nanotech adverse effects on health affect living organisms?

Nanoparticles can have the same dimensions as biological molecules such as proteins.

In living systems, they may immediately adsorb onto their surface some of the large molecules they encounter as they enter the tissues and fluids of the body.

This ability of nanoparticles to have molecules “sticking” to their surface depends on the surface characteristics of the particles and can be relevant for drug delivery uses. Indeed, it is possible to deliver a drug directly to a specific cell in the body by designing the surface of a nanoparticle so that it adsorbs specifically onto the surface of the target cell.

But the interaction with living systems is also affected by the dimensions of the nanoparticles. For instance, nanoparticles no bigger than a few nanometres may reach well inside biomolecules, which is not possible for larger nanoparticles. Nanoparticles may cross cell membranes. It has been reported that inhaled nanoparticles can reach the blood and may reach other target sites such as the liver, heart or blood cells.

Key factors in the interaction with living structures include nanoparticle dose, the ability of nanoparticles to spread within the body, as well as their solubility. Some nanoparticles dissolve easily and their effects on living organisms are the same as the effects of the chemical they are made of. However, other nanoparticles do not degrade or dissolve readily. Instead, they may accumulate in biological systems and persist for a long time, which makes such nanoparticles of particular concern.

There remain many unknown details about the interaction of nanoparticles and biological systems and more information on the response of living organisms to the presence of nanoparticles of varying size, shape, chemical composition and surface characteristics is needed to understand and categorize the toxicity of nanoparticles.

How to Flush Nanoparticles From Your System

Identifying the fact that you have nanotech in your system is going to be relatively easy, since everyone who’s been breathing on the planet over the last 20 years or so has some amount of nanotech in their system. The only question is the amount and severity of your nanotech infection or infestation. Just assume you have some level of nanoparticle infestation and go from there. One definite earmark of nanotech infection is Morgellons Disease, which presents as skin rashes and chicken pox-like red spots — but just because you haven’t broken out in skin rashes doesn’t mean you don’t have nanotech inside your body.

Flushing nanotech particles from your system can be a bit of a chore, but will be worth it. Many of you may be asking questions like, “What good will temporarily ridding myself of nanotech be if I have to continue breathing?” “Will I need to wear a breathing mask from now on?” etc. With our chemtrail and nanotech detox kits (soon to be available in our online store) you won’t have to wear a gas mask or worry about how you’ll be able to continue breathing on Planet Earth.

Our nanotech detox kits will contain a potent combo of salts, minerals, and other organic substances which you can bathe in, use as a nasal douche, or take internally.

In the meantime, our Super Immune Activator kit is the next-best way to flush nanotech from your body, as the 60 probiotic strains and 40 beneficial yeast cultures are patently designed to neutralize and discard any pathogenic invaders that aren’t supposed to be in your body’s natural, biological systems. So, you’ll soon be able to rest your mind about the nanotech adverse effects on health and instead focus on a potent remedy for nanotech in your body!

 

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