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Potassium Iodate

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Using Potassium Iodate In the event of nuclear fallout, potassium iodate becomes essential. This is a superior form of Ki. Designed to block or shield the thyroid and prevent it from absorbing any dangerous radioactive elements, this product has a tremendous shelf life. It will last for decades because there’s an extra molecule of oxygen […]

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Potassium Iodate

What Is Potassium Iodate? Alright chemistry buffs, what is potassium iodate? Well, for starters it’s a chemical compound and an oxidizing agent. Sometimes used for iodination of table salt, KIO3 can be oxidized by oxygen molecules to iodine under wet conditions. Amazingly, it’s also an ingredient in baby formula milk. There are those in the […]

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Radioactive Iodine 131: Potassium Iodate

Facts: (NOTE: We recommend printing this page and storing it with your Potassium Iodate) Potassium Iodate (KiO3) is a superior form of Ki. Potassium Iodate will shield (or block) the Thyroid and prevent it from absorbing radioactive Iodine. – Each factory-sealed bottle contains 90 fresh tablets of Potassium Iodate 85 mg. – Because of the […]

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