Prof. Teruo Higa. Born in Okinawa Prefecture in 1941. The developer of EM™. Professor Emeritus of The University of the Ryukyus. Professor of Meio University and head of the International EM Research Center. President of Asia-Pacific Natural Agriculture Network (APNAN)....
EM has gradually become known to more people, especially after the Fukushima disaster. EM helps eliminate radioactive substances from the body. However when Ms. Noro started to apply EM to Chernobyl children in 1990, she was faced with lots of opposition and criticism. At that time EM was only known to improve the immune system of farm animals. It wasn't meant to make any profit, but she knew well that Chernobyl children needed a miracle cure. Because of her persistence and belief in EM and Prof. Higa's study, EM has been helping lots of Chernobyl children and has become known to help boost the immune system in the body and repair DNA damage caused by exposure to ionizing radiation. EM is also effective at reducing the emission of ionizing radiation in radioactively contaminated soil. It's still at the experimental stage with regard to applying to vast areas like the area that has been contaminated by the fallout of the Fukushima disaster, but I would like to place EM as a hope for the future in Japan. With ionizing radiation emissions of 10 million Bq leaking into the air every hour of from the crippled plant , and the residents forced to live in highly a contaminated area, they really need some miracle to decontaminate their environment.
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From this standpoint, the general serving size indicated on the EM・X Gold? label is sufficient for treating internal radiation damage. It is appropriate to consider 1/2 of the serving size for children and 1/3 to 1/4 of the serving size for infants. Needless to say, EM・X Gold? is a beverage, so taking more than the suggested amount will not negatively affect anybody, but if you notice a change then it is necessary to consider reducing the intake to less than 50%. It is also possible to sufficiently treat external radiation damage if you increase the amount of intake.
As a final note, I would like to once again express my gratitude to the head of "Kakehashi to Chernobyl", Ms. Mika Noro, for her long-term support. Because of her, the information from this research in Belarus can be accessed in some shape or form to help the current nuclear crisis in Japan.