What to do if you think you are poisoned

  • Clean your space well. Every cable every corner, every piece of furniture, around and behind.
  • Check your refrigerator’s back. Check also the back of all your kitchen furniture.
  • Clean well inside and outside your car.
  • Mop often.
  • Observe the environment around you when you feel extra targeted by poisons. Maybe there is some nerve agent on a door, a door handle, etc.
  • If you own a house, check out around the house, if there are any cracks in the wall where poison can enter underneath your house to affect you from the bottom up.
  • Take a shower and dress in new clean clothes. Also clean your shoes and purse well. You might carry it with you.
  • If you find the poison abundantly anywhere, before you clean it, maybe you can take a sample, with a little spoon in a little container. Maybe you can find someone to analyze it.
  • If you have pets, you might think that the poison is cat or dog pee. It’s important not to get fooled by it. Your dog or cat might also be affected, like coughing,  fur problems, constant itching, digestion problems, diarrhea, vomiting, etc.
  • Even if there might be some poisons that don’t smell much, some do, and so you should trust your instincts.

Pictures below are of real poisons behind kitchen furniture in TI home. The last picture shows poisons on the kitchen floor. It is difficult to see but it’s yellow and looks very much like urine and has a smell similar to it.

The effects of this poison are:

  • Digestion problems.
  • Sticking sensations in shoulders.
  • A buzz in the head.
  • Pain the spine and the spinal cord.
  • Anger and angry thoughts.
  • Triggering of the nervous system. Restlessness.
  • A general sense of confusion.
  • General discomfort.
  • Bone pains.
  • Large red areas on the skin (especially legs), similar to burning by hot water.

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