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Detox & Protection from Radiation & Nuclear Fallout

Learn how to detox naturally from radiation exposure using natural remedies such as iodine supplements, detox baths, and eating iodine rich foods.

Potassium Iodide Tablets

Potassium iodide supplements protect the thyroid gland from absorbing radioactive iodine. The thyroid becomes saturated with the iodine from the tablets, thus blocking absorption of radioactive iodine. Growing children are at the most risk for radioactive iodine exposure, so ensure that they take potassium iodide tablets if they are in danger of exposure. Radioactive iodine exposure has been linked to thyroid cancers.

Potassium iodide tablets only protect the thyroid gland and not other parts of the body. They should only be taken in a radiation emergency that involves the release of radioactive iodine, such as an accident at a nuclear power plant or an explosion of a nuclear bomb.

Dosage: Take 1 dose (130 mg adults, 65 mg children) every 24 hours after there has been an official announcement of risk of radioactive iodine exposure. Do not take potassium iodide tablets for longer than 10 days.

Radiation Detox Baths

Salt Baths

Salt Baths detox the body from general radiation exposure, such as from Cobalt-60 irradiated food, X-rays, or air flights where you are subject to high levels of ionizing radiation.

Dissolve 1 pound of sea salt or rock salt and 1 pound of baking soda in a hot bath — as hot as can be tolerated — and soak into the water until the bath becomes cool. This usually takes about 20-25 minutes. Afterwards, do not shower or rinse the salt off your body for 4-8 hours.

Baking Soda Baths

If you have been exposed to low-grade radioactive materials from the atmosphere, you can dissolve 2 pounds of baking soda in a tub of hot water, and follow the previous instructions by staying in the water until it cools.

With radioactive fallout, a specially prepared warm drink must be sipped during the bath. Drink an 8-ounce glass of warm water containing ¼-teaspoon natural sea salt and ¼-teaspoon baking soda. Each  glass is to be taken with 3 tablets of calcium lactate, which is a very easy to absorb form of calcium.

The baths should be taken at night and only one bath should be taken per day.


Spirulina, a type of algae, has been shown to be very effective in treating the damage caused by radiation poisoning, and especially has a protective effect on the kidneys. There have been a number of scientific studies verifying its protective effect from radiation.

Sea Vegetables

Scientific studies show that sea vegetables, such as kelp, contain sodium alginate, which has the ability to bind to radioactive strontium. Eating sea vegetables such as kelp will detox and protect from radiation.

Kombu, a member of the kelp family, is one of the most radioprotective sea vegetables because it is high in fucoidan, a potent radioactive detoxifier. Bladderwrack, another type of sea vegetable, is also rich in fucoidan and can protect and detox from radiation.

Sea vegetables are also rich in iodine, which has a protective effect on the thyroid in the event of a nuclear disaster (see information on potassium iodide tablets above). They also bind to and detox heavy metals.

The U.S. Atomic Energy Commission recommends that we consume two to three ounces (wet weight) of sea vegetables per week, or two tablespoons daily to protect from radiation toxicity. This should be increased fourfold during or after direct exposure to radiation.

Remember to consume sea vegetables that have been tested to be free of heavy metals.


Scientific studies have also shown that chlorella has a protective effect against radiation. Chlorella is rich in chlorophyll, and it has been shown in scientific experiments that animals on a chlorophyll rich diet have an increased survival rate from high doses of radiation.

Bentonite Clay Baths

Clay has a long history of being used successfully to remove and contain nuclear waste from the environment and from the human body. Clay absorbs and binds to radioactive toxins.

Use a a pure bentonite clay that has been tested to be low in aluminum. New Roots Bentonite Clay, for example, has been fully tested to be free of heavy metals.

Clay can be taken internally, but clay baths are preferable for radiation exposure.

Instructions on How to Take a Clay Bath

Homeopathic Remedies for Radiation

Examples of homeopathic remedies used by professional homeopaths to treat and detox radiation are radium bromatum, uranium nitricum, plutonium nitricum, x-ray and plumbum.

Click here to learn more about Homeopathic Remedies for Radiation

Constitutional homeopathic remedies for radiation exposure are very powerful and should be prescribed and progress should supervised by a professional homeopath. Contact the clinic or a local classical homeopath in your area.

References & Further Reading

Bodri, Bill. “How to Help Support the Body’s Healing after Intense Radioactive or Radiation Exposure: The Medical, Naturopathic, Nutritional, Herbal, Commonsense External and Internal Approaches” e-book

Food and Drug Administration Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) “Guidance: Potassium Iodide as a Thyroid Blocking Agent in Radiation Emergencies” December 2001.

Kumar S et al. Inhibition of radiation-induced DNA damage in plasmid pBR322 by chlorophyllin and possible mechanism(s) of action. Mutation Research. March 1999; 425(1):71-9.

Loseva L.P. and I.V. Dardynskaya “Spirulina- natural sorbent of radionucleides.” Sep 1993. Research Institute of Radiation Medicine, Minsk, Belarus. 6th Int’l Congress of Applied Algology, Czech Republic. Belarus.

Qishen P, Guo B, Kolman A. Radioprotective effect of extract from Spirulina platensis in mouse bone marrow cells studied by using the micronucleus test. Toxicology Letters. August 1989; 48(2):165-9.

Paul, T. M., Stanley C. Skoryna, and Deirdre Waldron-Edward.

Rotkovska D, Vacek A, Bartonickova A. The radioprotective effects of aqueous extract from chlorococcal freshwater algae (Chlorella kessieri) in mice and rats. Strahlenther Onkologie. November 1989; 165(11):813-6.

Sarma L, Tiku A, Kesavan P, Ogaki M. Evaluation of radioprotective action of a mutant (E25) form of Chlorella vulgaris in mice. Journal of Radiation Research (Tokyo). December 1993; 34(4):277-84.

Singh S, Tiku A, Kesavan P. Post-exposure radioprotection by Chlorella vulgaris (E-25) in mice. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology. August 1995; 33(8):612-5.

Sutton A, et al. Medical Research Council, Haswell, England. Reduction in the absorption of dietary strontium in children by an alginate derivation, Intl Jor Rad Biology, 1971, 19: 79-85.

Unsworth EF, Pearce J, McMurray CH, Moss BW, Gordon FJ, Rice D.Investigations of the use of clay minerals and prussian blue in reducing the transfer of dietary radiocaesium to milk. Sci Total Environ. 1989 Sep;85:339-47.

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Detox & Protection from Radiation & Nuclear Fallout

26 thoughts on “Detox & Protection from Radiation & Nuclear Fallout

  1. Check out Mark Sircus’ work – he has written a lot about this and a few books too. In addition to the above he recommends, Magnesium Oil, Edible earth and a few others.

    Important info in times like these…

  2. I took a bath with Epsom Salts , following xray treatment.
    Epsom salts are magnesium phosphate, and I am curious that your ‘recipe’ was for seasalt -sodium chloride + baking soda – sodium bicarbonate.
    Did you mean epsom salts or not?

  3. When it found iodine-131 in drinking water samples from Boise Idaho and Richland Washington this weekend the EPA declared …. An infant would have to drink almost 7 000 liters of this water to receive a radiation dose equivalent to a days worth of the natural background radiation exposure we experience continuously from natural sources of radioactivity in our environment…..But not everyone accepts the governments reassurances.

  4. Thank you for this information.
    Do you have any resources for dosages/frequecies for the homeopathic remedies considering our ongoing exposure?
    I personally don’t believe any exposure is “safe”.
    We are lay homeopaths with 35 years experience. There is no constitutional homeopath in our area.
    I have read about people also using Sol in the UK after Chernobyl
    but I can’t find any info regarding potencies,etc.
    Any information would be much appreciated.

    1. I would like to write an article about this when I have some time. New and old remedies for radiation exposure. Some of the remedies I will talk about are not so unpleasant if one starts proving them. I have heard people say plutonium is the best simillimum but I’m not sure if I would want people to start proving that remedy.

  5. Are these treatments safe for our 18 month toddler? If not what should we consider? Thank you.

  6. For those of you out there who may be concerned about exposure to radiation i have a natural solution. This product removes heavy metals and things such as depleted uranium and plutonium. Safe, non-toxic, odor less, tasteless and no side effects.
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  7. Your at risk for radiation about as much as the Maritimes are at risk for radiation… Japan is 7000 miles away, even if anything reached Western North America, by the time it travelled here the risk of it containing radioactive materials is Null

  8. Que-est-ce-que c’est?

    The scientifically prescribed prophylactic at the top of the list? Fantastic.

    Thanks you Sonja.

    1. What the CBC says is not gospel to me! I think it is sensible to be cautious, but I don’t think it’s useful to panic. To be on the safe side, stock up on chlorella, spirulina and sea veggies. Most people have radiation exposure due to X-rays, etc., so it’s not a waste……

  9. Thanks, eating sea veggies as part of a high raw diet. Also just replenished my chlorella tablets so can take those. I usually take epsom salt baths, regularly as do all my kids. Spirulina is something that’s in a greens powder I have so will use that more also. I really appreciate your response!


  10. Thank you for the information. I’ve included a link to this in my blog. I was also wondering if you have any suggestions for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. I’ve got a seven and a half month old who is still exclusively breastfeeding and would like more information regarding this situation. Thanks!

    1. Hello Melinda
      Looks like chlorella is safe to take during pregnancy and breastfeeding:
      Sea vegetables are a regular food, full of nutrients, so they should be safe to eat, just make sure you get good quality ones that are not contaminated, they would be safe and also beneficial for breastfeeding and pregnant women.
      Spirulina is also safe:
      I would probably avoid detox baths during pregnancy, since pregnant women are told to avoid hot tubs/staying in hot water for too long.
      They say potassium iodide is safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women but I would think try to avoid it if possible because it is synthetic.
      Thanks for linking to my site 🙂

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