Recent Posts

Friday, 22 April 2011

U.S. Government Blocking Americans From Obtaining Potassium Iodide?

U.S. health authorities could be blocking Americans from obtaining the radiation-fighting drug potassium iodide, even as the threat of a radioactive cloud from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant affecting the United States prompts panic buying, which has led to stocks of the drug running out across the country. So purchase your potassium iodide now.

High strength potassium iodide is a once-daily pill that protects the thyroid from radiation and cancer caused by radioactive iodine. There are also weaker forms of drug liquid offer less protection, but supplies of these are also being depleted.

A caller to The Alex Jones Show today told how he tried to obtain potassium iodide through prescription from your doctor by failing to buy over the counter because of the actions that have been completely exhausted.

"Yesterday afternoon (approximately 1400PST) Urgent Care in Ventura, California, denied a prescription for me (KI) KI: one on the counter salt," writes Michael (name withheld). "The reason to refuse a prescription based on medical conversation, both the CDC and representatives DHSC, who was discouraged. After asking if she was taking orders from the government, replied: "No, but they have their recommendations."

"As the KI is not available in Ventura at the moment and I could not get a prescription, the pharmacy is required, I am still without a supply of KI," adds Michael.

The U.S. government has so far refused to supply the drug store even though the threat of nuclear catastrophe about the scale of Chernobyl.

"The federal government has not acquired sufficient to meet this standard," reports CNN. "Currently, only enough medication available for people living within 10 miles of nuclear reactors in the United States, according to U.S. officials."

We are also receiving other unconfirmed reports that some chemists and health stores that have small amounts of drugs are refusing to sell to customers, citing the excuse that could be used to manufacture methamphetamine


Post a Comment