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Clues for removing GRAPHENE OXIDE and other dangerous COVID “vaccine” ingredients from your body
Ethan Huff

There has been a lot of talk lately about the hidden graphene oxide component of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccines" and how it interacts with, and is even activated by, electromagnetic frequencies (EMF) such as 5G – but do not panic: there are ways to rid your body of the stuff naturally.

Even if you never took even a single Fauci Flu shot, the fact remains that graphene oxide and its derivatives taint the water supply, the air we breathe through geoengineering and "chemtrails," and the food supply. There is also the speculated risk of vaccine "shedding" whereby an unvaccinated person can become "infected" with the poison simply by being in close proximity to someone who was recently jabbed.

Interestingly, the symptoms associated with graphene oxide poisoning and EMF radiation exposure are pretty much the same as those described as "COVID." This is why from the very beginning of the "pandemic," many have wondered if there really even is a circulating "virus" at all because it could be that "COVID" is just graphene oxide poisoning and EMF pollution – heck, "COVID" could even just be extreme 5G exposure under another name.

We do know that the COVID injections are loaded with graphene oxide, which would explain why the bulk of serious illnesses and deaths attributed to "COVID" occurred almost entirely in the fully vaccinated. And now the fully vaccinated are shedding the jab contents onto the unvaccinated population.

(Related: The latest generation of COVID injection is not a booster, but an entirely new [untested] "vaccine" injection.)

All of this is frightening, but there are ways you can help cleanse your body of any potential graphene oxide poisoning, one of them being glutathione, also known as the "master" antioxidant. Glutathione, which is comprised of the amino acids glycine, cysteine and glutamic acid, is produced naturally by the liver and is used by the body to rebuild tissue while strengthening the immune system.

In the event the body becomes overloaded with graphene oxide, glutathione levels can decrease – and especially so if you are older than 65. People with pre-existing health conditions also tend to be low in glutathione, which is why it is important to supplement with it, as well as with n-acetyl cysteine, or NAC.

Clinical trials involving hundreds of ICU patients on respiration and nearing death have found that the spread of graphene oxide combined with 5G exposure is what creates the lung plaques commonly associated with COVID. Treating them with glutathione via direct intravenous injections or orally, as well as with 600 milligrams or higher of NAC, can help these types of patients to begin recovering within just a few hours, according to Ricardo Delgado from La Quinta Columna.

"Graphene oxide when oxidised or activated by specific EMF frequencies overruns the body's ability to create enough glutathione, which destroys the immune system and causes the illness," explains The Exposé. "In events of illness (such as Covid symptoms and all the 'variants') it is necessary to raise glutathione levels in the body in order to cope with the toxin (graphene oxide) that has been introduced or electrically activated."

Since NAC is a precursor to glutathione, it is a preferable way to rebuild your glutathione stores as opposed to taking glutathione directly. And NAC is especially beneficial when taken with zinc, which is believed to degrade graphene oxide. Other helpful supplements that may help rid the body of graphene oxide (and warranty further study) include:

    • Astaxanthin
    • Melatonin
    • Milk thistle
    • Quercetin
    • Vitamin C
    • Vitamin D3

More related stories about how you can rid your body of past vaccine injections and other poisons can be found at

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Ethan Huff is a freelance writer and health enthusiast who loves exploring the vast world of natural foods and health, digging deep to get to the truth. He runs an online health publication of his own at He is also a staff writer for and a writer for Align  

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