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01/16/2020 / By Ethan Huff
A simple, safe and easily accessible mineral solution made from one chlorine atom and two oxygen atoms is saving lives all across the world, which is why Big Pharma and fake news outlets like NBC News are ramping up their propaganda against it.
Known as chlorine dioxide, this solution has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in food manufacturing as well as a disinfectant for water. Both the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have also endorsed it for water purification.
But ClO2, as it’s called, can also be taken orally as a remedy for autism, according to many experts. They also explain it treats a number of other health conditions including Asperger’s, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and associated autoimmune diseases. ClO2 is also said to combat a whole slew of other chronic illnesses that the medical establishment says has no cure.
Because ClO2 can be purchased on the cheap, it’s a major competitor to Big Pharma’s drugs and vaccines – and is thus being smeared left and right by the likes of NBC News writer Brandy Zadrozny, who recently published a hit piece designed to scare people away from using it.
Even though ClO2 has never harmed or killed anyone – and it’s not bleach, by the way, which some fake news media outlets are claiming (bleach is made from sodium hypochlorite) – the fix is in to steer the public away from it and back into the Big Pharma fold.
The way it works is simple: ClO2 utilizes the power of oxygen to kill pathogens wherever it’s applied. Whether added to food or ingested inside the body, ClO2’s natural molecules are an antibacterial powerhouse.
It’s a certifiable miracle, this ClO2, which of course is why the government doesn’t want you to have access to it. You’ll hear these lying talking heads claiming that ClO2 is the same as “industrial bleach,” which is a flat-out lie. Chlorine dioxide, for starters, doesn’t even contain sodium as is found in bleach. It’s an entirely different molecule made from different elements. You’ll also hear claims that ClO2 doesn’t actually support health and well-being, which is also a lie.
The chlorine dioxide protocol, as it’s widely called, was developed by a woman named Kerri Rivera, who’s credited as being a pioneer in the utilization of ClO2 for autism recovery.
Rivera completed “Defeat Autism Now,” or DAN, training back in 2009, and also holds a degree in homeopathy. Rivera has also been trained in the proper use of hyperbaric therapy, and has helped 557 people recover from autism and related conditions using ClO2.
As it turns out, ClO2 is highly beneficial for individuals with compromised immune systems that aren’t functioning as they should. This is typically demarcated by a pathogenic overgrowth, whether it be candida, harmful bacteria, parasites, viruses, heavy metal toxicity or systemic inflammation – all of which respond positively to ClO2.
What Rivera has discovered and gone on to teach others is that ClO2 is a safe and highly effective way to overcome these root causes of illness, which are caused by things like exposure to chemicals in food, chemicals in vaccines, chemicals in water, and chemicals in the air.
Poor diet, consumption of pharmaceuticals, and lack of exercise also contribute to the damaged internal environments in people’s bodies that necessitate a ClO2 intervention in order to overcome.
“A wonderful thing about this protocol is that it has shown itself to be effective for basically every illness including autism, because at the root of all illness you are going to have very similar things like inflammation, pathogens, heavy metals, and so on,” Rivera is quoted as saying.
“The CD (chlorine dioxide) protocol is not just for autism anymore,” she goes on to explain, noting that the protocol itself involves more than just ClO2.
“You can use all of it together or use pieces of it alone … The CD protocol can be used with MS (multiple sclerosis), chronic fatigue, Crohn’s, Lyme, fibromyalgia – basically any chronic illness.”
To learn more about the protocol be sure to check out this article published by Health Impact News.
Suffice it to say that ClO2 is one of the best kept secrets that the medical establishment is desperately trying to keep the public from learning about, hence the coordinated media campaign to destroy its reputation before it even has the chance to catch on as a viable remedy for the things that ail millions of Americans.
It’s hardly surprising that NBC News is among the fake news media outlets that are trying to destroy ClO2, seeing as how it was NBC News that spread lies about the Covington Catholic High School boys by painting them as the aggressors rather than the victims.
Thankfully, NBC News‘ ratings are now tanking as more Americans wake up to the fake news shenanigans being broadcast there. But we’re certain that increasingly more fake news outlets are going to take up the task of denigrating ClO2 as the solution continues to gain popularity, which is why we wanted to give you a heads up about it.
“[Because of glyphosate], we should all be taking maintenance doses of CD, especially if you are living in North America,” says Dr. Stephanie Seneff, another proponent of ClO2. “Glyphosate is basically on everything we are consuming.”
To learn more about the deadly effects of glyphosate exposure, be sure to check out Glyphosate.news.
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