Health Ranger awarded U.S. patent for
breakthrough anti-radiation formula that eliminates Cesium-137
from your body
In yet another science breakthrough for humanity, the U.S.
patent office has just awarded patent # US 9526751 B2 for a unique
formula called “Cesium Eliminator” which eliminates radioactive
cesium isotopes from the human digestive tract where contaminated
food and water may have been ingested.
I developed this lifesaving invention, which is also described at
CesiumEliminator.com, to save lives in the aftermath of a nuclear
accident, nuclear terrorism or nuclear war.
The formula is based on a unique combination of zeolites and
dehydrated seaweeds which my laboratory (CWClabs.com) has
confirmed to be extremely effective at binding with and
eliminating cesium-137 from the human digestive tract.
I’m publicly announcing, right now, that I will donate
manufacturing and licensing rights for this invention to any state
or national government, anywhere in the world, that wishes to use
this technology to protect its citizens from nuclear fallout from
any cause. I have also stockpiled 10,000 kg of raw materials for
this formula in a warehouse in Texas, and I plan to manufacture
and donate this product for free to any victims of nuclear
incidents that might take place in the continental United States
or in the State of Texas.
Lifesaving invention could help save millions of lives following a
nuclear disaster, act of terrorism or act of war
As described on CesiumEliminator.com:
Cesium-137 is radioactive isotope produced from nuclear
catastrophes like Chernobyl and Fukushima. It’s also a deadly
radioisotope created in the aftermath of nuclear bombs.
Cesium-137 has a half-life of 30 years and it mimics potassium in
soils and plants. It contaminates soils for 200 – 300 years,
making the land unusable for agriculture. Cesium-137 contamination
is the reason why no one lives near Chernobyl to this very day.
Once you eat cesium-137, you are irradiating your body from the
This invention eliminates over 95% of cesium-137 from the
As the laboratory results chart shows below, this invention
eliminates over 95% of cesium elements from the digestive tract,
making it extremely effective at protecting the body from
absorbing radioactive cesium.
Why is this important? When people drink radioactive water or eat
radioactive food, Cesium Eliminator can capture up to 95% of the
radioactive cesium elements in food and water before it gets
absorbed into the blood stream and gets deposited in soft tissues
throughout the body:
Exposure to Cesium-137 causes cancer from high-energy gamma
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control:
Exposure to Cs-137 can increase the risk for cancer because of
exposure to high-energy gamma radiation. Internal exposure to
Cs-137, through ingestion or inhalation, allows the radioactive
material to be distributed in the soft tissues, especially muscle
tissue, exposing these tissues to the beta particles and gamma
radiation and increasing cancer risk.
Even the New York Times, which is often reluctant to report any
legitimate scientific truth on topics like vaccine ingredients,
acknowledges the harm caused by radioactive cesium-137:
Over the long term, the big threat to human health is cesium-137,
which has a half-life of 30 years. The radiation from cesium-137
can throw cellular machinery out of order, including the
chromosomes, leading to an increased risk of cancer.
Iodine does not block radioactive cesium
Many people are purchasing iodine products such as potassium
iodide or nascent iodine as a defense against radiation. But few
people know the truth about iodine: It does NOT block radioactive
Iodine protects primarily just one organ: your thyroid. And it
protects your thyroid from just one radioactive isotope:
Iodine-131, which has a half-life of around 7 days.
Iodine does nothing to protect you from radioactive cesium.
Iodine, in fact, has no ability whatsoever to block, capture or
bind with cesium isotopes. (Iodine binds well with calcium and
Unfortunately, the over-marketing of iodine for radiation
protection has misled many people into thinking they are
“bulletproof” against radiation if they take iodine. This is
The best protection comes from covering all routes of exposure to
ionizing radiation: air, food, water and direct exposure to
radioactive sources (such as fuel rods).
Accordingly, all those preparing against nuclear catastrophe
should protect themselves from all radioactive isotopes, including
iodine-131 and cesium-137.
Cesium Eliminator is NOT currently for sale to the public, but we
can manufacture it in quantity for state and national governments
Importantly, Cesium Eliminator, the dietary supplement formula
based on my U.S. patent, is not currently for sale to the public.
Because the primary ingredient of the formula — Zeolites — always
contains high levels of aluminum, we are withholding direct sales
to the public. This is because we do not want people taking the
product as a “vitamin” or a routine supplement. It isn’t a vitamin
at all. It’s an emergency use dietary elimination technology that
binds with and helps your body eliminate radioactive elements, and
it’s only appropriate to be consumed in a dire emergency involving
the release of radioactive elements.
(In a pinch, for anyone who wants to take advantage of this
discovery in a real emergency, you can simply consume zeolites,
knowing that you’ll also be consuming large quantities of aluminum
at the same time. But in the race of aluminum vs. cesium-137, it’s
far more important to eliminate the cesium.)
A dietary supplement comprising powdered ingredients: zeolite
powder: 70%-5%, dehydrated seaweed: 5%-25%, seawater extract:
5%-10% Chlorella: 5%-10% and Spirulina: 5%-10%, methods of making
and using the composition.
FIELD OF THE INVENTION
 A dietary supplement having affinity for cesium-137 and
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
 Cesium Eliminator (CE-137) is a dietary supplement
comprising zeolite powder plus four natural ingredients generally
recognized as safe (“GRAS”) by the FDA. In combination, they have
the property of demonstrating strong affinity for cesium-137 and
 CE-137 is a dietary supplement made of natural ingredients
and assembled for the purpose of allowing people to consume the
capsules alongside herbs, foods or beverages which they believe
may contain radioactive cesium isotopes. Radioactive cesium mimics
potassium in plant biology and is the primary long-term pollutant
found in areas impacted by nuclear accidents such as Chernobyl and
Fukushima. The half-life of cesium-137 is approximately 30 years.
The isotope persists in an agricultural environment for 200-300
years with sufficient strength to make all foods grown in such
soils too dangerous for consumption by humans or animals.
 CE-137 is intended to be take orally during a meal in which
components of the meal are suspected of containing concerning
concentrations of cesium-134 or cesium-137. CE-137 selectively
binds with the radioactive cesium isotopes, capturing them and
removing them from the body through normal bowel movements that
eliminate fecal matter. The primary benefit is that CE-137
prevents the radioisotopes from being absorbed through intestinal
walls and into the bloodstream, thereby limiting the time the
radioisotopes exist in the body.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
 An object of the invention is to provide a dietary
supplement composition, comprising: powdered ingredients:
a) Zeolite powder: 70%-95 wt. %
b) Dehydrated seaweed: 5%-25 wt. %
c) Seawater extract: 5%-10 wt. %
d) Chlorella: 5%-10 wt. %
e) Spirulina: 5%-10 wt. %
particle sizes for all particles can be from #40 mesh to #100
 Another object of the invention is to provide a method of
producing a dietary supplement composition, comprising combining
powdered ingredients as follows,
a) Zeolite powder: 70%-95 wt. %
b) Dehydrated seaweed: 5%-25 wt. %
c) Seawater extract: 5%-10 wt. %
d) Chlorella: 5%-10 wt. %
e) Spirulina: 5%-10 wt. %
particle sizes for all particles can be from #40 mesh to #100
 Another object is to provide a method of causing cesium-137
and cesium-134 to be excreted from an animal, comprising feeding
to an animal in need of fecal excretion of cesium-137 or
cesium-134 a dietary supplement containing an effective amount of
zeolite powder, wherein about 99% of particles in said zeolite
powder are larger than 5 microns, plus effective amounts of
dehydrated seaweed, seawater extract, Chlorella, and Spirulina to
remove ionic aluminum or lead introduced by the zeolite.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
 CE-137 is based on five key ingredients: zeolite powder,
dehydrated seaweed, seawater extract, chlorella, spirulina. CE-137
is laboratory validated to bind with 96% of cesium atoms during
digestion. The zeolite powder is the key element in this formula,
as it binds with and captures cesium atoms.
 However, zeolite powders normally release very high levels
of aluminum, and somewhat high levels of lead. The other
ingredients in the present invention are designed to bind with and
capture the excess aluminum and lead that is introduced by the
zeolites, allowing zeolites to be safely used to bind cesium.
 Zeolites are, in general, microporous, aluminosilicate
minerals of type Clinoptilolite. All zeolite materials contain a
high concentration of aluminum in its structure. All zeolites also
contain lead. Typically, zeolites which are digested in gastric
acid release significant concentrations of aluminum, and much
lower concentrations of lead. This invention makes use of
chemistry discoveries and methods which minimize these releases of
aluminum and lead, resulting in them being measured at near-zero
 It is believed that CE-137 works on a combination of
physical adsorption as well as ion exchange. Without being bound
by theory, it is thought that the zeolite physically adsorbs
cesium atoms due to its unique physical structure. This adsorption
process works in the same way that carbon (charcoal) adsorbs
mercury. That is, it is a physical binding process, not
necessarily a chemical ion exchange.
 The aluminum and lead given off by zeolites are bound and
captured by the other ingredients in the formula. It is thought
that the Al and Pb are bound using ion exchange processes.
 The finished CE-137 product is provided as an encapsulated
powder. The powder is generally grayish white in color.
 CE-137 is a dietary supplement comprising zeolites of size
from #50 mesh to #100 mesh, plus natural ingredients assembled for
the purpose of allowing people to consume the capsules alongside
herbs, foods or beverages which they believe may contain cesium
isotopes. CE-137 binds to cesium ions and prevents them from being
absorbed through intestinal walls during digestion. Most dietary
substances show little or no selective affinity for cesium when
subjected to an identical testing process.
 During digestion the gastric acid found in human stomachs
interacts with CE-137 ingredients, causing them to attain a high
state of affinity for ionic heavy metals such as lead and
aluminum, Heavy metals tend to carry positive charges such as
Aluminum (+3), Lead (+2), etc. CE-137 carries a strong negative
ionic charge, once activated, causing it to bind with lead and
 The formula of the invention bind with and carries cesium
isotopes plus the heavy metals introduced with the zeolites
through the entire digestive tract, ultimately transporting the
heavy metals out of the body and preventing them from being
reabsorbed through intestinal walls.
Radiation Defense Ingredients Preparation
 The following section describes the harvesting and
preparation of each ingredient in the formula:
 Zeolite powder (Clinoptilolite powder) is obtained by
mining zeolite material from zeolite-rich mines which are located
in North America and other nations such as Turkey. Raw zeolite
material is scooped out of the ground using excavation equipment
such as a Caterpillar 20-ton excavator. The material is loaded
into large trucks which transport it to a washing station to
remove dust and soil debris. Once washed, the material is dried
and then milled to the desired mesh size.
 Dehydrated seaweed: Seaweed specimens are collected by
swimmers from shallow coastal waters and stacked in a large
washing container. They are washed to remove debris and salt
water. After washing they are dried using a large commercial air
dryer with a slow mixing/agitation wheel in order to allow the
seaweed sufficient exposure to air. Once fully dried, the seaweed
specimens are ground to a power of approximately a #100 mesh size,
producing a gray-white powder. This powder is packaged for use in
 Seawater extract: A saturated salt (brine) area of seawater
is identified, usually at very low depth. The water is extracted
by means of a long pump, then mixed with dolomitic limestone
(CaMg(Co3)2) to precipitate solids. The mixture is heated to high
temperature, driving off the carbon dioxide and leaving “calcined
dolime,” a seawater extract. This solid material is ground to
approximately #100 mesh particle size.
 Chlorella: Strains of the single-celled algae known as
Chlorella vulgaris are grown in large vats of water and fed
sufficient nutrients to support their growth to maturity. Once
fully grown, chlorella is harvested out of the water by means of
large filters which separate the chlorella alga from the water in
which they were grown. This green mass is rinsed with fresh water,
flash dried on a conveyor belt, then agitated by powerful sonic
blasts in order to disrupt their cell walls and provide improved
bioavailability. Finally, this green mass is powdered to a
relatively large mesh size of around #40 mesh.
 Spirulina: Spirulina pacifica is a strain of edible
blue-green algae which can be grown in large outdoor pools which
combine fresh water with deep ocean water that enriches the
spirulina with minerals. Once fully grown, the spirulina is
harvested from the water by means of large filters giving a green
mass which is rinsed with fresh water, flash dried on a conveyor
belt, then ground to a relatively large mesh size of around #40
 Particle sizes of the above ingredient are specifically
chosen to avoid passing through intestinal walls (99% of particles
are >5 microns in diameter).
 Carriers and processing aids may be used to obtain
satisfactory flow and packaging characteristics. These excipients
can include antitacking agents such as talc, stearic acid,
magnesium stearate and colloidal silicon dioxide and the like,
surfactants such as polysorbates and potassium lauryl sulphate,
fillers such as precipitated calcium carbonate, polishing agents
such as beeswax and the like. All these excipients can be used at
levels well known to the persons skilled in the art
 In general the product is manufactured in an environment
free of airborne metals in order to preserve the ion exchange
“potential” of the raw materials.
 In another embodiment, zeolite powder can be consumed
separately, along with dehydrated seaweed: 5%-25%, Seawater
extract: 5%-10%, Chlorella: 5%-10%, Spirulina: 5%-10%, with the
Zeolite powder again constituting 70%-95%.
Laboratory Protocol for Validation of CE-137
 CE-137 is specifically designed to minimize the release of
aluminum and lead which are both typically released by zeolites. A
typical off-the-shelf zeolite, when 3 grams are combined with 20
ml of synthetic gastric acid, will release approximately 8 mg of
aluminum and 40 micrograms of lead. CE-137 reduces the release of
these metals to approximately 20 micrograms of aluminum (or almost
1/500th the typical release) and near-zero micrograms of lead.
 The following protocol is used for laboratory validation of
the CE-137 formula:
 First, all laboratory protocols for handling radioactive
substances must be followed, including operating air exchange
filters, wearing protective lead vests, wearing protective
lead-based goggles and wearing respirators with filters that can
capture and remove airborne radioactive dust.
 In addition, radiological samples must be acquired through
legal processes requiring registration and licensing with the
Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). All safety protocols and
laboratory procedures customarily used for handling radioactive
materials must be strictly followed.
 One gram of CE-137 formula is placed in a polypropylene
vial (vial #1). A second vial is set aside for control testing
(vial #2), with no CE-137 placed in it (zero grams).
 To each vial, 20 ml of synthetic gastric acid is added.
This acid has a pH of around 1.0 and is made of deionized water
(DI), hydrochloric acid (HCl), sodium chloride and potassium
chloride, all in ratios that mimic typical human gastric acid.
 A 2 ml liquid “spike” of radioisotope Cs-137 is then added
to both vials using precise volumetric liquid handling via
pipette. This spike contains a known concentration of Cs-137,
typically in the range of 5 ppm-15 ppm. The strength of the
radiation given off by the Cs-137 is not relevant, only the
concentration of cesium atoms.
 Both vials are then subjected to simulated digestion for a
period of 8 hours. This digestion consists of human body
temperature and agitation designed to mimic digestion in the human
 After digestion, both vials are filtered through a 2-micron
filter to remove any solid particles which would be too large to
pass through intestinal walls. 5 ml of the remaining liquid is
extracted from each vial and placed in a fresh, new vial in
preparation for acid digestion. 5 ml of nitric acid (HNO3) is
added to each vial. Both vials are digested via HotBlock
digestion, at a temperature of 100° C. for a period of two hours.
The vials are then removed from the HotBlock and allowed to cool.
 Both vials are then normalized to 50 ml total volume using
a blank acid normalization liquid made of DI water, 2% HNO3 and
0.5% HCl. These vials are placed in an autosampler connected to an
ICP-MS atomic spectroscopy instrument which has been calibrated by
the manufacturer and validated by field technicians.
 The instrument runs a multi-element custom calibration
process followed by a mid-range calibration check. Calibration
blanks are also run before and after the samples in order to
further confirm the accuracy of the instrument. External
calibration solutions are prepared and nm at 0 ppb, 1 ppb, 10 ppb,
100 ppb and 1000 ppb concentrations. And internal standard is
mixed with the sample intake liquid for analysis accuracy.
 Unknown samples are then run and concentrations of analytes
are calculated from the calibration runs, as it customary in all
ICP-MS laboratory operations. Specifically, analytes tested in
this protocol must include Cs, Al and Pb. The cesium concentration
found in vial #2 provide the “baseline concentration” of cesium
atoms in the total 22 ml of synthetic gastric acid. Cesium
concentrations found in vial #1 are then compared to the baseline.
The difference in the two concentrations is the reduction of
cesium-137 concentration caused by the CE-137 formula.
 In addition, Al and Pb concentrations found in vial #1 are
compared to zero, which is the level of Al and Pb in the gastric
acid. All Al and Pb found in vial #1 are known to have been
released by the CE-137 formula, which is specifically designed to
substantially minimize these releases.
 In this laboratory testing. CE-137 was shown to accomplish
approximately a 96% reduction in Cesium-137. In addition, the
introduction of aluminum and lead, both typically released by
zeolite materials, are minimized essentially to zero due to the
ion exchange effects of the accompanying materials in the CE-137
formula; resulting in Al below 1 ppm, and resulting in Pb below 50
 Most dietary substances, when subjected to an identical
testing process show little or no selective affinity for
 The CE-137 powder is encapsulated and packaged using
traditional powder encapsulation methods which are customarily
used in dietary supplements manufacturing. Specifically, raw
materials are weighed, apportioned and blended using a large
commercial blender. The resulting blended power is deposited into
the encapsulation machine. Empty vegetarian capsules are also
deposited into the machine. The machine opens each capsule and
fills each capsule with approximately 400 mg of power, then firmly
closes each capsule.
 Capsules are then counted by machine and dropped into
supplement bottles. Desiccants are dropped into the bottles to
absorb moisture. A capper affixes a cap with a special seal
containing both a sealant and a thin metallic element which is
sensitive to induction. An induction machine exposes the lid of
the bottle to a brief electric current sufficient to create heat
to seal the top of the bottle, under the lid. A shrink bander
machine affixes a shrink band around the neck of the bottle. A
heat tunnel shrinks the shrink band, creating a tight seal. A
labeler affixes the product label. The bottle is then boxed into
cases for distribution.
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