21st January 2023
Many adults and children have been subjected to aluminium poisoning. While this can happen from environmental sources inadvertently, millions have been injected with vaccines laced with aluminium under the euphemism ‘adjuvant’.
In this video, I will explain why doctors are not taught about chronic aluminium toxicity and expose the cover stories that are used to justify injecting the biological toxin into the population.
However, it is not all bad news! It is never too late to use a secret and simple way to flush the aluminium from your system…
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Very good info ofcorse thanks
Well done, Sam, this is a great vid. Do you know if biosil can be as effective as mineral water? Thanks.
Hi Sam – great vid thanks. A question – will taking a high quality silica supplement (I get it from my naturopath) and drinking good water (I drink Pure Dew) have the same flushing out of aluminium effect as drinking water with a high silica content?
How about Mountain Valley Spring water from Arkansas?
Thanks! This is very helpful on an important matter.
“Water in a box” brand I get from a 4 Square has 93.4 mg/L
Silica, although it comes in an aluminum-nised plastic bladder.
Thank you, Sam. I’m not a chemist but….! What about all those clays that purport to detox, e.g. zeolite clinoptilolite which is an alumino-silicate? And others, like Bentonite, Illite, Kaolinite etc which all have varying amounts of silica and aluminium and differ from one another mainly in the major presenting mineral? I don’t understand how the combination of silica with aluminium outside of the body then becomes beneficial when ingested. And I must add that I’m a fan of clays and have used a French green illite for years! I’m currently experimenting with the aforementioned zeolite.
And then there’s Diatomaceous Earth (DE) which is silicon dioxide and again purportedly a good detoxer (whether of aluminium I don’t know, but supposedly of ‘heavy metals’). I have used this periodically for years to keep worms at bay in my dog and again is part of an ongoing experiment with myself… for general detox. I wonder if this is different from the effects of silica in spring water (or beer!). I have some work to do but need advice from someone who understands chemical reactions! (Incidentally I haven’t had a vaccine since 1990 when I needed a Typhoid injection to travel…. still got typhoid though!!)
All the best.
Dear Dr. Sam,
Like you mention in the video about Aluminum toxicity and the ability to detoxify using silica/mineral water, I decided to see what sort of silica water is available in the US. I found plenty of them, like FIJI water for example. I learned silica water is commonly found having being filtered through volcanic rock on its way to the spring from which it wells-up.
The other thing I learned is that many of these silica waters contain high levels of arsenic, nearly all of them that I found.
You might have mentioned this in the video. I hate to exchange one toxin for another. According to Dawn Lester, David Parker and Rachel Carson, arsenic is pretty nasty stuff…perhaps even more so than aluminum.
Now what? I would provide you with a link about arsenic in silica water, but the information is readily available on the internet.
Las Cruces, NM