Betreff: EHS and radioactivity

Von: Dorothee Krien

Datum: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 14:39:49 +0100



When I sent the earlier Dr Mercola item on fluoride I forgot to mention electro-hypersensitivity (EHS). Traces of uranium are found in the fluoride mixture that is put into water supplies in Ireland, some cities in Great Britain and large parts of the US and Canada.

From my own experience I know that there is a connection of low level ionising radiation to EHS.
The fluoride mixture is a waste product (!) from fertiliser production. It contains lead, arsenic, beryllium and uranium. Often aluminium is added to prevent water looking dull. Fluoride reacts with aluminium, producing a compound that promotes Alzheimer's (see the mercury items).

In an article in UMG on Chernobyl victims I found that they tend to be very sensitive to electromagnetic fields. Of course the dose of ionising radiation I received when getting drenched in the rain that carried the fallout from Chernobyl was only a fraction of what Ukrainians got (May 1, 1986), but at that time I had severe deficiency in minerals.

The high rates of EHS in Sweden, Norway and Finland may have been caused by the fallout that was higher than in western and southern Europe.

Ionising radiation is  most likely also linked to depression. France has the highest number of prescription of anti-depressants in Europe and it also has the highest number of nuclear power plants in Europe (59 altogether). My homeopath has noticed many of his patients coming back from a holiday in France, suffering a severe depression.

America has a huge number of nuclear power plants, nuclear waste dumps nuclear weapons factories and  weapons test sites. Depleted Uranium (DU) has been used since the war in Kosovo and Bosnia. DU in fact a device the nuclear industry found to dispose of their waste - very much like in the case of the aluminium and fertiliser industries getting rid of  toxic fluoride-containg waste. (See Chris Bryson, The Fluoride Deception)

Both ionising and non-ionising low-level radiation cause the production of free radicals (see oxidative and nitrosative stress, research by Dr Bodo Kuklinski and Ulrich Warnke ).

I'm forwarding a reply I got from Prof. Olle Johansson in 2005



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Olle Johansson <>
Date: Apr 25, 2005 7:20 AM
Subject: Re: EHS and radioactivity
To: Dorothee Krien <>

Dear Dorothee,

Thank you so much for this very interesting letter. The connection to
radioactive fall-out has been discussed, but I have never seen any
conclusive scientific evidence for it.

However, the cellular alterations seen in EHS persons are highly, highly
similar to damages seen after radioactivity, X-rays, etc. See e.g. our

Gangi S, Johansson O, "Skin changes in "screen dermatitis" versus classical
UV- and ionizing irradiation-related damage--similarities and differences.
Two neuroscientists' speculative review", Exp Dermatol 1997; 6: 283-291

Gangi S, Johansson O, "A theoretical model based upon mast cells and
histamine to explain the recently proclaimed sensitivity to electric and/or
magnetic fields in humans", Med Hypotheses 2000; 54: 663-671

Best regards
Olle J.

(Olle Johansson, assoc. prof.
The Experimental Dermatology Unit
Department of Neuroscience
Karolinska Institute
171 77 Stockholm

>Dear Prof. Johansson,
>I'm very sorry I couldn't make it to your Dublin talk - I live in
>Cork, in south-west Ireland.
>As I have been suffering from electrohypersensitivity (EHS) since I
>got into the rain that brought fallout from Chernobyl (to Muenster in
>Germany),  I'd like to know whether there has been any research into
>this link. There are hundreds of homeopaths and alternative
>practioners who treat patients with EHS and depression and in many
>cases find a loading with radioactivity.
>Even since moving to Ireland I noticed a sudden increase in EHS - and
>in all cases I had eaten food either from France or Great Britain.
>France has about 60 nuclear power plants, Great Britain more than 30.
>On one website on EHS I found the information that the phenomenon of
>EHS has been known for about 20 years and that in Scandinavia far more
>people claim to be suffering from EHS than in Spain or Italy. The
>desaster of Chernobyl happened 20 years ago and Scandinavia had far
>higher levels of radioactivity than southern Europe.
>I could send you a two-page report if you're interested, it includes a
>small list of homeopathic remedies I found very helpful in relieving
>symptoms of EHS.
>Only some days ago I found an Irish homeopathic company that produces
>one remedy against EHS and it contains a dilution of radium bromatum.
>Kind regards
>Dorothee Krien