March 17, 2011
UPDATE: The other online store has crashed; please use THIS LINK.
With all eyes on the disaster unfolding in Japan and the supplies of potassium iodide (KI) exhausted nationwide, Infowars has taken action and secured some of the only remaining dose-ready potassium iodide (KI) in the country.
It is produced by a laboratory in Texas that we’ve known for over 12 years. They’ve had such incredible response in the last week that they’ve now suspended retail sales. We first contacted them to buy potassium iodide (KI) for the office and our families.
Their supplies are nearing exhaustion and we purchased most of their remaining stock. Infowars.com is committed to shipping this out as quickly as possible. We are working 18 hour days to ensure this is shipped out quickly via 2-3 day USPS priority mail.
For populations living close to nuclear reactors, this is an essential product for every medicine cabinet.
At $40 per container, this is less than 20 cents per dose for adults. Each container holds 200 adult doses, enough for more than 20 adults. This is the least expensive per dose delivery system out there.
While visiting our online shopping cart, please read the entire potassium iodide insert and remember to consult your doctor or health care professional before taking it during a radiological disaster. Again, get full details at this link as well as a product safety sheet. Remember supplies are extremely limited.
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This article was posted: Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 6:44 pm