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iOSAT
The tiny pill that could save your life

iOSAT: It's an important pill most people don't know about.
Did you know the government is stockpiling iOSAT? This teensy
tiny pill of potassium iodide could save your life after a nuclear
accident or dirty bomb if you're lucky enough to get a packet. It
protects your thyroid following a nuclear catastrophe, so you
won't get thyroid cancer.

The best time to take this life-saving pill within 2-3 hours after a
nuclear accident. The government can't get to you that fast and
since Amazon doesn't ship that fast either, you'd better stock up
now for you and your family.

iOSAT tablets could save your life.
Thankfully the government is stockpiling iOSAT, but unfortunately
for some, the government is stockpiling only enough for the
people who live within a 10-mile radius of a nuclear facility.
Those who live just outside the 10-mile radius, won't be getting
this special life-saving pill even though they need it.

Want to know the real clincher? The people within the 10-mile
radius also have to ask for it! Can you imagine...

"Please, sir, may I have a pill?"
That is what the masses of initial survivors will be saying
following a nuclear accident to the government people authorized
to distribute them. They will decide who lives and who dies!

Those who are among the lucky few will get a packet of iOSAT
tablets ~ the Anbex brand of potassium iodide that's government
approved. In fact, it's the only brand recognized by the U.S.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission to protect the thyroid gland.

Would you even know where to go after a nuclear emergency to
get your pills? Following a nuclear accident, the U.S. Nuclear
Regulatory Commission supposedly will distribute iOSAT and in
the chaos you might be lucky to get a package for everyone in
your family. Don't hold your breath.

Do you really think you'll have government men and women
knocking on your door to deliver this life-saving medicine? Of
course, not. You're a prepper and you know that you should take
matters into your own hands. There is no reason to wait, because
you don't need a prescription to get iOSAT.

iOSAT Offers Peace of Mind for Preppers
In recognition of potential danger following a nuclear accident,
the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission awarded a contract to
Anbex to supply iOSAT to all individuals who request the tablets
who live within ten miles of US nuclear facilities. This pill can
offer peace of mind to preppers.

There's no prescription required. You can order
iOSAT Nuke Pills
and have them handy for friends and family members. They come
in 14-day packets, conveniently wrapped with instructions. You'll
need at least one packet per person. It doesn't hurt to store more
than you need as each packet is good for 14 days and you may
need to take the pills for more than two weeks.

Prepare now and get at least one packet for every member of
your family. If you live within 10 miles of a nuclear power plant
contact your local Office of Emergency Management and get extra
pills from them.

How to take IOSAT
To prevent thyroid cancer when exposed to radioactive iodine
following a nuclear reactor accident or detonation of a nuclear
weapon, you'll take one pill daily, until the package is complete
or until authorities tell you it's okay to stop taking the medication.

You will take the tablet and crush it for children or the elderly.
Take the pills once every 24 hours after an incident has occurred.

Why do you need to protect the thyroid?
Radioactive iodine can travel hundreds of miles downwind, such
as it did after the Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters.
Radioactive materials may get into your body. Radioactive iodine
could be released into the air and you may breathe this toxic air
into your lungs or through food and water that's contaminated.

The thyroid is the only part of the body that absorbs and stores
iodine. By taking FDA approved potassium iodide before exposure
of radioactive iodine, your thyroid will become saturated with
safe, stable iodine. This will prevent your thyroid's absorption of
any additional iodine (radioactive or not) long enough for the
radioactive iodine inhaled or ingested to be safely dispersed
through the kidneys.

What happens if you don't take iOSAT after a
radiation emergency?
People who don't fully saturate their thyroid with Potassium
Iodide following a nuclear event will almost certainly get cancer
after such a catastrophic event. The only way to saturate the
thyroid is with the specially formulated Potassium Iodide, as the
brand from Anbex, iOSAT "nuke pills."

Is iOSAT safe for kids to take?
Kids in particular need IOSAT to protect their thyroid gland
following a nuclear emergency since they are most susceptible to
the dangers of radioactive iodine released into the air. Young kids
have the highest risk following a nuclear accident, and they
should have IOSAT right away at the portion recommended by
their pediatrician for their age and weight.

We know that young kids are most at risk because of what we
learned from children in Russia exposed to the radioiodine
following the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident and the
cancers that emerged afterwards.

iOSAT is safe, though some people will have side effects. Parents
can cut or crush the pill to make lower doses for children and
babies who can't take pills. They should monitor babies closely
after dosing.

  • Warning about iodine: Please heed the warning that all
    iodine products can be toxic (even deadly) if taken in
    excessive amounts. Follow directions precisely on packaging
    and keep out of reach of children.

Are there side effects of taking Potassium Iodide?
Most people fare well, but taking iOSAT Potassium Iodide is not
without risks. Some people will get a rash or stomach upset,
however, taking the pill will protect you from radioactive iodine
and this benefit greatly outweighs any associated risks in an
emergency.

What's the shelf life of iOSAT?
Shelf life of iOSAT Potassium Iodide is 5-7 years. According to
Anbex, the manufacturer of IOSAT brand of potassium iodide, the
unit dose packaging is designed for maximum shelf-life and
allows for individual tablet distribution without fear of loss of
packaging integrity.

So iOSAT radioactive iodine?
No. iOSAT Potassium Iodine is not the same as radioactive
iodine. Radioactive iodine is the dangerous material that can
travel hundreds of miles downwind, such as it did after the
Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters. iOSAT Potassium Iodide has
been FDA approved since 1982 and is widely purchased by nuclear
utilities to help protect against the effects of radioactive iodine.

Stockpiling of potassium iodide (KI) is highly recommended by
health officials worldwide to prevent thyroid cancer of those
exposed to radioactive iodine following a nuclear reactor accident
or detonation of a nuclear weapon.

The thyroid is the only part of the body that absorbs and stores
iodine. By taking FDA approved potassium iodide prior to
exposure of radioactive iodine, your thyroid will become saturated
with safe, stable iodine. This will prevent your thyroid's
absorption of any additional iodine (radioactive or not) long
enough for the radioactive iodine inhaled or ingested to be safely
dispersed through the kidneys.

Won't the iodine water purification tabs work?
No. You can't use water purification tablets for the purpose of
protecting the thyroid, as the ingredients are entirely different.
For example, Potable Aqua Water Purification germicidal tablets,
right, are made with the active ingredient tetraglycine
Hydroperiodide. Each tablet contains Titratable iodi
ne, which is
not the same Potassium Iodi
de (KI) found on iOSAT.

Use Potassium Iodide for radiation exposure.
For starters, it's important to know the difference between iodine
and iodide when it comes to
dealing with radiation emergencies.
Use only Potassium Iodide, like IOSAT Nuke pills, upper right
hand corner, in a radiation emergency. You take these pills only
after exposure from radioactive iodine. These pills won't protect
you from other kinds of radioactive material.

Use Potassium Iodide only.
For radiation emergencies the Centers for Disease Control warn
NOT to use dietary supplements that contain iodine in the place
of potassium iodide. They also warn NOT to use iodized salt in
the place of potassium iodide, as they can be harmful and non-
efficacious. Only potassium iodide protects the thyroid from
radioactive iodine.

Potassium Iodide protects your thyroid gland only.
Another important thing about IOSAT Potassium Iodide, is that it
works to protect your thyroid gland only and not other parts of
your body.

Why should you purchase only iOSAT?
iOSAT (potassium iodide) was the first product of its kind and is
the only product authorized for purchase by local, state and
federal governments. That says it all about iOSAT.

iOSAT is the brand of potassium iodide to own because, it's the
only brand recognized by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Wouldn't you feel better to have control of your survival by
stockpiling the necessary medicine now, well before you need it?
You can! There is no prescription required.
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