KIO3 Potassium Iodate – Anti Radiation Pills – Iodine Tablets for Radiation
Chuck Fenwick, Director of Medical Corps, had this to say: “The FDA has never expressed serious concerns about KIO3. They have never removed KIO3 from any shelves or stores. Our purity, safety etc is regulated by the FDA by law.
As a manufacturer of both KI and KI03, we are rightly considered experts in both kinds of thyroid blockers. The FDA inspects and assays not only the Potassium Iodate and Potassium Iodide powder, but all the ingredients that go into tablets. All of the tableting machines are registered with the DEA and FDA by law.
Kio3 Potassium Iodate vs KI Potassium Iodide
- Superior uptake
- Longer shelf-life
- Heat resistance
- Ki03 won’t absorb water like KI.
- Ki03 is not bitter
KI proponents will never publicly address the problems with KI:
- KI used in animal studies have shown it to be a carcinogen and tumorigenic.
- KI is exceedingly bitter and 6% of the population will vomit it back up.
- KI can’t be used around any heat because the Iodine will “cook out”.
- KI has a limited shelf-life.”
Potassium iodate uses and what is iodate used for?
Eating potassium iodate fills the thyroid with nonradioactive iodine and prevents radioactive iodine from going in. It lasts longer than potassium iodide.
Is Iodine the same thing as potassium iodide? Iodine and iodide are just different expression of the same element. Potassium iodate and potassium iodide have been issued as a treatment against radioiodine absorption in many countries.
March 12th – the day after Japan’s 9.0 Earthquake a scare of radiation exposure spread throughout the world. An immense fear immediately depleted everybody’s Kio3 Potassium Iodate supplies. We ended up with countless back-orders that fall behind for weeks.
We admonish all to let this disaster be a lesson of learning “to not wait” instead “be prepared”. Buy Kio3 – Ki03 before an emergency while the getting is good and the shelves are full.
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