How Cigarette Smoke and Chemtrails Contribute to Worsened Health

Environmental Pollution

radiationThere has been some decline in cigarette smoking in the USA, but with all the known health issues associated with smoking cigarettes, it seemed there should be almost no new domestic smokers at all. But the power of advertising has prevailed, even more so in third world countries with less restrictions on cigarette advertising.

Is it the Tobacco Plant, or Something Else?

If you’re a non-smoker, consider the second hand smoke cautionary principle of non-smoking areas to be real and not just a silly rule against smokers. Avoid enclosed areas where people smoke.

Indigenous groups in remote areas and American Indians, prior to their displacement and genocide, used natural tobacco without 600 chemicals additives that create a virtual freebasing delivery of the addictive stimulant nicotine, ensuring consumers would be addicted to chain smoking while constantly increasing their bodies’ toxic loads.

The Department of Health and Human Services had approved 599 chemical additives to cigarettes by 1994. Among them are ammonia compounds to create a nicotine freebase effect. Then there are the toxic additives to the paper to make it burn evenly. Here’s a list.

In 2010, legislation was passed in 49 states to start putting fire safe cigarettes (FSC) on the market as all the current ones sell out. The FSC’s papers contain a toxic chemical used for rug glue to ensure that cigarettes go out when not being puffed.

Read: 7 Detrimental Effects of Smoking

Even before all this chemical craziness, tobacco was grown commercially with phosphate fertilizers, causing tobacco plants to absorb radioactive isotopes of polonium 210. Puff by puff, those isotopes accumulate in smokers’ lungs with increased radioactive residues that have long “half-lives.”

In addition to the 600 chemicals, 45 of which are carcinogens, recent research has discovered cadmium is in cigarette smoke. Cadmium is a heavy metal with a half-life of 10 to 30 years residence in human tissue, and it easily surpasses toxic levels.

What Do Chemtrials Have to Do with this Issue?

Few mention chemtrails or aerosol geoengineering exposure because most deny their existence. The heavy metal nanoparticles have been trapped in ground level water or air traps after heavy chemtrailing include, among others, barium, aluminum, and cadmium.

Taking in those heavy metals through breathing directly affects the sensitive lung tissues and bypasses a majority of the immune system’s protective organs. Retired neurosurgeon and author Dr. Russell Blaylock has voiced concerns over chemtrail aluminum nanoparticles that are breathed in and make their way into the central nervous system and brain. Cadmium breathed in through the lungs deposits 90% of its content into organ tissues.

Cadmium creates weak bones, kidney failure, liver damage, is associated with cataract growth, and irritates the bronchial passages and lungs toward emphysema and lung cancer. And it’s carcinogenic. Access a study on that here.

What You Can Do About These Hazards

The slang term “cancer sticks” for cigarettes is truly appropriate. To get off the smoking habit and/or repair lung damage, consider herbalist and naturopath Dr. Richard Shulze’s approach with lobelia from the “Shulze method.”

When it comes to chemtrails, the first rule is to come out of denial, actually investigate, and acknowledge their reality. Google chemtrails and/or aerosol geoengineering and research the photos and videos to see the difference between chemtrails and contrails. Then begin watching your sky objectively.

You can protect yourself from those toxic nanoparticles by detoxing heavy metals often. My favorites are lots of chlorella, fresh organic cilantro, and cliniptilolite zeolite powder (not capsules or liquids). Here are 6 foods for natural heavy metal chelation.

Volvic (brand name) unflavored, unsweetened mineral water that contains silicic acid, a soluble form of silica, is recommended for removing aluminum from the brain. It’s pricey, and only some health food stores carry it, but it’s available online. A five day detox with 1.5 liters daily is recommended.