2.14.2020

5G will cause blood clots and peripheral neuropathy and may heal ulcers

Changing the sensitivity of bacteria to antibiotics by MMW irradiation can be important for the understanding of antibiotic resistance in the environment. In this respect, it is interesting that bacteria [that] survived near telecommunication-based stations like Bacillus and Clostridium spp. have been found to be multidrug resistant (Adebayo et al. 2014).”  (Soghomonyan et al., 2016)

https://www.saferemr.com/2017/08/5g-wireless-technology-millimeter-wave.html

5G will actually help some people apparently:

"The millimeter waves (MMW) region of the electromagnetic spectrum, extending from 30 to 300 GHz in terms of frequency (corresponding to wavelengths from 10 mm to 1 mm), is officially used in non-invasive complementary medicine in many Eastern European countries against a variety of diseases such gastro duodenal ulcers, cardiovascular disorders, traumatism and tumor."

So what is going on here?  5G is an antibiotic.  It kills ecoli, apparently H Pylori (since it helps ulcers) and probably strep and staph bacteria since those are what cause the majority of cardiovascular disorders and tumors.

However in the first quote above it also selects for clostridium and bacilis.  This means you will feel pin pricks like pins and needles all over your body and skin as the clostridium overgrows, likely clostridium perferingins.  Also if bacilis overgrows you will experience pain in fingers and feet and hands and arms which are blood clots.  To kill bacillis take garlic and to kill clostridium adaptogens are needed.

So the 5G effects seem to be related to magnetic fields in general.  This means 5G might also help people with hemochromatosis.

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