Last Updated 6-04-23
This article is Chapter 4 of the book: “The Copper Revolution: Quick Start Guide and Companion Journal” https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BHL2XDBT
This is the list of what my wife and I are taking, and when. A short list of Why we are taking everything is here: https://revealingfraud.com/2019/04/health/why-i-take-all-the-minerals/
This can be considered an “end stage” of our protocol that requires slowly tapering up on copper, boron, and iodine to get past the difficulties of fluoride detox, and detoxing many other detoxes. Start with the Protocol, 2023, and move to the stages guide, as follows:
Note, this is NOT a recommendation for others. Everyone is different. Start any new program slowly.
In the morning cup of coffee (we drink 2 large cups, so the amounts are doubled for the day):
—Copper Sulfate 12-15 drops for 12-15 mg
—Potassium Iodide: 2 drops ~ 100 mg iodine
–Selenium: 200 mcg, as directed.
—Boron: 50 mg, 1/8 teaspoon of Borax (Usually only in the first cup)
–Potassium Chloride, 1/8th teaspoon, for 377 mg potassium.
–MSM Sulfur: 1 teaspoon.
–we add milk to the coffee. Milk is our calcium source.
–We add sugar and cinnamon for flavor. Milk hides the iodine and copper flavors of bitterness and acidity. Cinnamon really hides the boron flavor.
–After breakfast/shower: we apply the copper sulfate 1 mg per drop solution all over the skin, about 50-80 mg, about 4-5 times a week.
–Jennifer has begun attempting to scale up to take 162 mg of copper, primarily taking extra in the form of copper(1) iodide. She is currently taking about 60 mg of copper, and feels better than ever: more energy, better mental clarity, etc. Read more on why, here: https://revealingfraud.com/2023/05/health/copper-for-fat-loss/
–Vitamin C (ascorbic acid form): 2000-3000 mg daily
–Zinc, 25 mg, as needed, if sneezing or runny nose, or any low zinc symptoms, or if we forgot to take it the night before.
–B Vitamins. We are aiming to take these every other day: B1-100 mg, B2-400 mg, B3-500mg, B5-500mg, B7-8mg, B12-5000mcg. We are avoiding B6, which can be a nerve toxin. We are also confidently avoiding folate (B9), as it is also a nerve toxin at even lower levels, at 1 mg! And most people get 500 mcg in the food supply!
-Molybdenum: 1000 mcg (1 mg) About every other day. (molybdenum deficiency can cause racing heart, and this seemed to help. Copper could, in theory, cause low molybdenum)
–Creatine Phosphate: 2 gm, or 1/5th of a scoop of powder, as directed. Phosphate is a part of Adenosine Tri Phosphate, or ATP for energy. Creatine is good for the muscles. Phosphate is also good for the bones.
–We are adding 1/8th teaspoon potassium chloride during the day to our drinks. Not every drink.
After Dinner: Occasionally, milk, with more iodine and copper. Or juice with copper.
–Colloidal gold. We are taking 1 teaspoon of Meso Gold (not the tablespoon recommended). It is the most costly supplement we take. It gives us a brain boost, and boost of productivity.
—Zinc: 50-75 mg
–Magnesium. Jennifer is taking 100 mg, about three times a week. Jason is taking 100 mg, once a week.
–Vitex (herb). Jennifer is taking 2 capsuls, 1000 mg. For natural progesterone production.
–Tribulus (herb). For testosterone and other hormone production. Jennifer has just started. Jason is taking it 4-5 times a week.
–Saw Palmetto. Jennifer likes it for skin. Jason just stopped Saw Palmetto, as it can cause allergies.
–Vitamins K & E, once a week. We do not take a lot of Vitamin K, because it’s in green smoothies. We do not take a lot of Vitamin E, because too much is reported to cause bleeding, and I have a type II bleeding disorder, and because Jennifer has also had trouble in the past with heavy bleeding.
–Colloidal silver: a few drops, occasionally, if needed, for infections/colds, which we nearly never get. Less than one a year.
–Diatomaceous Earth (Silica): 1 teaspoon, occasionally. We started drinking Fiji water, for more effective silica intake.
–Chromium: 200-400 mcg, occasionally, 1-2/month
–Potassium Chloride: We had been taking: 377 mg, 1/8 teaspoon of “NuSalt”. https://www.nusalt.com/nutritionfacts_packets.html 1 teaspoon is 5.7 grams/8 grams (for 1/8th teaspoon)= .71 grams x 530 mg potassium/g = 377 mg.
Potassium is part of an “adrenal cocktail”, and part of “the snake diet” mineral replacement for when fasting. It is used to help increase blood volume, which can be a problem of excess magnesium. Info here: https://www.hormonesmatter.com/should-you-supplement-potassium/ A positive review of potassium chloride: https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/salud/salud_potassium.htm
—-What we have stopped taking:—–
Abram Hoffer, niacin expert, shares his supplement list. No iodine. No sulfur. No copper. No boron. No silica. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PpQLkfDonNM&feature=share
Thanks, now for the female counterpart to this. Hmmm, I will have to stalk that down!
My wife and I take substantially similar supplements. Most of these are simply minerals. We all need minerals. My wife prefers to take potassium more. I prefer to take chromium more. I prefer to take more copper, but my body size is bigger, and I tend to lift weights more, and I sweat more, and so I tend to get depleted more. That’s about all the differences I notice between us.
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