Clear All Radiation Spray – Esoteric Tools for Light Workers
OmBeOne’s Clear All Radiation homeopathic spray is designed to help clear the body of various forms of radiation that we are exposed to in our modern society. It combines homeopathic research compiled from those working with populations exposed at Fukushima, Japan and other exposure sites around the globe with remedies for everyday potential contaminates such as metal cookware, pet dishes, irradiated, and cold pasteurized foods.
We are not radiation specialists so we will leave you to come to your own conclusions. We have included a few interesting articles below should you wish to investigate this further.
Clear All Radiation Spray is made from the Fire of Rain Water and is ruled by the Sun. The spray includes Arnica Essence, Tincture of Frankincense, Oil of Antimony and Salt of Grape.
Some forms of radiation targeted in the formula include: Cell Phones, Smart Phones, 5G, Color TV, Flat Screen TV, HGTV, 4K TV, Microwave, WiFi, X-Rays, Computers, Tablet Computers, Laptop Computers, Satellites, MRI, Radar, Chemo Therapy, Radio waves, Nuclear Energy Plants, Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Waste.
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Attainable Sustainable by Kris Bordessa, Certified Master Food Preserver talks about how to identify irradiated foods in the grocery store.
This is a list of foods approved for irradiation put out by the CDC
Food Irradiation: Everything you Need to Know by the Food Untold
Cold Pasteurization – Gamma Irradiation by Science Direct
Petco Recalls Radiation-Tainted Pet Food Bowls Article by Veterinary Practice News