By Angie Smith
Sleep disturbances, body aches, memory loss, and mysterious aches and pains. No, that’s not describing my 85-year-old grandmother’s medical chart. Those are just some of the symptoms Gulf War Syndrome, a real and treatable (we’ll get to that in a moment) disease.
Gulf War (and to an extent, more recent veterans) are battling a war they thought they left behind. There are thousands of men and women in their 30s and 40s — the primes of their lives — fighting a disease that the VA and the government say they probably don’t have.
So, the “official” verdict is still out on Gulf War Syndrome, a name coined to describe the mesh of symptoms from which ex-soldiers suffer. But tap into the countless blogs and veteran forums out there and one will likely come to the conclusion that most of our veterans are experiencing painful, life-altering changes that that began soon after they returned home.
While no one would argue that a soldier of war has the most traumatizing occupation on Earth, stress and anxiety alone don’t seem to explain away the disease and illness being reported among Gulf War Veterans.
The characteristic symptoms of Gulf War Syndrome include aching muscles, irritability, thick saliva, weight loss, skin rashes, and memory loss, along with chronic fevers, labored breathing, and headaches. Additionally, an excess of birth defects and stillbirths among children of soldiers have been recorded as well as cases of motor neuron disease and leukemia.
They Were Poisoned…
Veterans of the first Gulf War were exposed to environmental toxins (such as oil fires), chemical and biological weapons, low-level uranium, an immune reaction to a drug administered to protect against attacks of soman (a nerve gas), dust, and even the immunizations (specifically, the anthrax vaccine and polio booster) given to the troops prior to deployment.
As if the above factors aren’t a noxious enough cocktail in and of themselves, detections of sarin, a potentially fatal nerve gas; tabun, a neuroparalytic toxic agent; and sulfur mustard gas were reported in the air during the period of January 19-21, 1991.
The very likely solution is detoxification; i.e., removing the contamination. These troops’ bodies are literally walking toxic waste containers! Detoxing seems simple enough, but how?
Liquid zeolite has been proven to safely remove toxins and chemicals from the body.
It’s a unique mineral that’s formed when volcanic lava flows into ocean water. Zeolite has been used in homeopathic medicine for hundreds of years.
The zeolite structure, which is honeycomb-shaped, traps toxins and removes them safely from the body.
If the general public can benefit from detoxification with liquid zeolite, how much more could a Gulf War vet, who was exposed to toxin levels hundreds, or even thousands of times greater than that of a civilian?
Soldiers and their loved ones haven’t been getting the right answers, so it’s been left up to them to look for a solution. The armed forces and government both deny there’s an issue simply because Gulf War Syndrome doesn’t fit the medical establishment’s traditional definition of a “disease”.
Because of this rejection, veterans and their loved ones are looking into alternative treatments (which is usually a good thing anyhow!). Many out there have found relief through detoxification with liquid zeolite. Let me help you!
Angie Smith is a Freelance Journalist who lives in Kentucky and has a keen interest in keeping her family in good health. Angie can be contacted by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will be glad to personally answer any questions you may have about liquid zeolite.