Nuclear fallout coming to the USA and Canada and a thing called Liquid Zeolite

Posted: March 17, 2011 in Asia, Mother Nature, USA
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Well written article by Shelley Penney of Canada on her experiences with zeolite.

Radiation Protection and Zeolite


Can a little known porous crystal help you in a nuclear crisis?


A unique crystalline substance, pretty much unknown outside of scientific circles, and niche interest
groups, could see a gain in popularity as nuclear fall out or radiation sickness becomes a concern. This
substance, known as zeolite, has some unique properties that make it a viable aid in ridding the body of
radiation once exposed.

Zeolites are naturally formed volcanic minerals with some very unique characteristics. They have a
honeycomb-like framework of cavities and channels (often referred to as cages). The zeolite is one of
the few negatively charged minerals in nature. These molecules behave like magnets, drawing heavy
metals and radioactive particles to them, capturing them inside a molecular cage.

There are around 45 naturally occurring zeolites and over 100 man-made zeolites. There are three
different classes of zeolites with varying molecular chemical structures:

• Chain‐like structures whose minerals form acicular, or needle‐like, prismatic crystals ‐ as found
in asbestos.
• Framework structures where the crystals are more equal in dimensions ‐ as found in chabazite.
• Sheet‐like structures where the crystals are flattened ‐ as found in clinoptilolite.

Zeolites have been used in practice in many industrial applications in the past, and more recently as a
dietary supplement to to it’s extraordinary ability for trapping, heavy metals and toxins.
The actual Clinoptilolite Zeolite molecule is shaped like a honey-comb and carries a natural negative
(-) charge. When this type of Zeolite is ingested into the body all of the positively charged (+) heavy
metals, toxins, and harmful chemicals bond with the zeolite and are flushed out through the urine
within 6-8 hours.

How does this translate into something practicle when faced with a potential nuclear fallout?
The zeolite molecules, acting like a magnet with a negative charge, grab on to the radioactive particles
which have a positive charge. This means that if you have ingested or absorbed radioactive particles,
the zeolite can be ingested and potentially find and grab on to those particles and remove them safely
through excretion.

Has zeolite been used effectively? Absolutely, zeolite has been scattered on radioactive spills to aid in
clean up, and zeolite has been given to people orally to help internally. In fact, during the aftermath of
the most famous nuclear disaster of all time at Chernobyl, zeolite was given to children and adults who
had been exposed to radioactive particulate.

There are a number of zeolite products for ingestion available on the market in powder, capsule and
suspension form. Although I have my preference, and have the knowledge and resources to have
planned ahead, that may not be the case in crisis.

If you are reading this and you have time to plan, then do your research on liquid zeolite to make sure
you are getting the best product available. If you do not have any time, then scour natural food or
health stores, or head online to order any and as much zeolite dietary supplement as you can. Using
zeolite along with iodine could very well mean the difference between sickness and relative health, for
people who survive a nuclear accident.

Shelley Penney is a retired Registered Nurse who has spent the last several years researching natural modalities for health and healing. She has written several ebooks including The Liquid Zeolite Book and Cancer Can Be Beaten. Visit Shelley on the web

  1. shawn l neal says:

    cannot get product

  2. shawn l neal says:

    i do not have a websight zeolite info please. no mlm, just a very good man, thanks much!

  3. Deborah A Arnold says:

    I had to redo my computer and lost all the information that I previously had, can I get the info again? Thank you, Deb Arnold

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  6. Jack says:

    I’m trying to get my head around how Zeolite works. When it bonds with a radioactive particle in the body:
    it is still radioactive, is that correct?
    It the flushes out in the next 4 to 6 hours. Is there a reason why the radioactive particle would not be flushed out in this time anyway?
    Hope some-one can help.

    • Jack from what I understand is that zeolite is a detoxing cage like structure. It means it has the opposite magnetic effect than whatever it bumps into like mercury or lead that is in the body. It sucks the material in small quantities into the cage and is flushed out during your daily bathroom break. What I can do is get the author to answer on here for a full in depth explanation.

      thanks and please subscribe

  7. Hi Jack Thanks for your question. The problem with most heavy metals, including radioactive ones is that they can grab on to nerve endings, hormone receptors and other tissues, and stick around to cause issues for years. That’s why chelation drugs like EDTA have been developed to flush out mercury and other metals. (zeolite is not a drug) Zeolite grabs the metals, attracts it deep into its structure and then exits the body.

    More information about how zeolite works is available at The Liquid Zeolite book website in a free download.

  8. Jack says:

    Thanks guys, that helps.
    Still got a few more questions but I’ll check out the Liquid Zeolite book before I bother you with them.
    Also I own an organic shop in Melbourne Australia. Although I understand that we’re possibly in the least danger from radiation issues there is still alot of interest in “anti radiation” products. We sell ZeoActive8 (
    Not sure if anyone has an opinion on this product but as with anything we like to sell whatever is most effective. Any opinions would be appreciated.

    • Jack I hadn’t heard of that product before, being that I live in Canada, however it looks like a great product. I just reviewed the literature. Stick with what is working. The liquid zeolite that I recommend can only be brought in for each individual for personal use into Australia, and it can not be sold from your shop anyway. It has something to do with your pharmaceutical regulations regarding imported supplements. You would likely know more about that than I. 🙂

      Let us know if we can answer any further questions.

      • Jack says:

        Shelley thanks heaps. You’ve helped confirm what a few knowledgeable friends have told me about this product.
        And yes the TGA can be pretty annoying, but I’ve found that there’s a way around most things!

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