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Detox Formula, Food On Places, Nitrates In Honey Set off Alarms

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[2013]

[Attendee]

I went to Glen Ivy and I took your detoxification formula before I did.

[Aajonus]

The vegetable juice?

[Attendee]

No, the lime juice and the coconut cream.

[Attendee #2]

Penicillin formula?

[Aajonus]

No, that's not, it pulls out industrial chemicals.

[Attendee #2]

That's the mango kiwi formula?

[Aajonus]

Well, it depends upon the person.

[Attendee #2]

Oh. So, what was his detoxing formula?

[Aajonus]

Lime juice and coconut cream.

[Attendee #2]

That's it?

[Attendee]

No, that was the main.

But what I wanted to continue was the only thing, the problem that I had, it seemed like it affected my lungs that was the only discomfort that I had was that it was.

[Aajonus]

Then you were throwing off metals through your lungs and the industrial chemicals outta your lungs. Other people, affects their livers or wherever they have the metals collecting and loose is where you'll feel it. So, yours are in the lungs.

[Attendee #3]

If you get palpitation, is that what's going on?

[Aajonus]

Metals in your heart.

[Kathy]

Is that a Glen Ivy thing now?

Don't they check your bags that you can't bring any glasswear anywhere?

[Attendee]

That's true. What I did was I brought plastic, and some ice water and that they let me take in, it was a plastic container of ice water.

[Aajonus]

That's bad cuz ice and plastic causes the phthalates to discharge.

[Kathy]

So, what could you do with that if there's new regulations?

[Aajonus]

Well, I take my doctor's letter and I say I have to take my food in, unless you can provide that food.

[Kathy]

Well, we need to get a another $100 for the letter.?

[Aajonus]

No, you've got one for flying, use the same thing.

[Kathy]

But it's only good for four months?

[Aajonus]

Good for four months, yeah.

At Glen Ivy, they may take it once a year, but for flying, sometimes they'll say, "Oh, you gotta have one fresh four months".

[Attendee]

Yeah, I actually had it worked once in Denver. When I was coming back to Denver, they actually accepted the letter. The first one when I went out in Burbank, for whatever reason that Whole Foods, for the celery, I guess the woman was wearing something or something, they swab and if it's positive in the swab and it was positive in the they went nuts. My luggage went through the x-ray, they double checked. They tore up my.

[Aajonus]

I've had them do it to me too.

[Attendee #2]

What did they find that it went off?

[Attendee]

They swabbed the-

[Aajonus]

Nitroglycerin, nitrates.

[Kathy]

What's nitrates?

[Aajonus]

Nitrates means that there may be nitroglycerin.

[Kathy]

Well, what is in a nitrate? In milk?

[Aajonus]

No. Usually it'll be in honey or in manure. So, if you've gone to a farm, that's why when you get those things at the airport that says, have you've been on a farm? If you come in contact with animals, they want to know if you're gonna set the alarms off of the nitrates cuz of the nitrogen that's in there. And they use the nitrates and nitrogen to tell whether you've got nitrate, you've been exposed to nitroglycerin, and if you've been exposed to nitroglycerin, unless you have a heart condition.

They'll usually ask if you have a heart condition, but I said, "No your machines are allergic to honey. There's lots of nitrogen in it".

So, I clean, anytime I go on a plane with honey, the jar and the lids completely clean, spotless, and then I put the lid on tightly.

[Attendee #2]
⁠And the machine doesn't pick it up?

[Aajonus]

Boy, if there's honey on the outside, can pick up the nitrates in it, they'll send the machine crazy. Then they'll tear everything apart, absolutely everything. They'll go through every compartment of my bag, they'll pull everything out. They'll go through absolutely.

[Attendee]

The funny thing was the thing that really seem to upset him was my shaver, an electrical shaver. The electric shaver had high nitrate level, which it didn't seem to make any sense.

[Aajonus]

Well, do you eat honey at all?

[Attendee]

Lots of it.

[Aajonus]

Okay. It's in your hair and as you cut the hair with your shaver, the nitrates are gonna be pulling in a lot. If you didn't eat honey, it wouldn't do that. Unless you were spreading manure on your beard then it would show up. I know people would do that *laughs*.

[Attendee #2]

Does coconut cream have nitrates?

[Aajonus]

No. Not enough to detect anything.

[Fred]

Was was that remedy in the book? You said the coconut cream and lime juice?

[Aajonus]

Well, it's in one of the newsletters for, oh, it's one of the newsletters.

If you have the PDFs in a file and then search there.

[Fred]

Under what? Industrial chemical?

[Aajonus]

Yeah, or lime juice and see every time lime juice pops up.

That way you'll learn what lime juice does in all of its context.

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