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(Commentary by G. Edward Griffin)
It was developed by Matt and Olesya Novik, who live in Southern California, to combat the symptoms of toxicity they were experiencing on those days when the sky is laden with gray haze from high-flying aircraft. Matt described their symptoms as: “Everything from Asthma, Neuropathy, Vertigo, fatigue, frequent illness, etc. It was to the point where both my wife and I had to rely on an inhaler to breathe properly.”
They were convinced that the increase in levels of toxic chemicals found in soil and rainwater following these “chemtrail” events had a lot to do with their deteriorating health. Instead of just complaining about it, they decided to take action. After determining what those chemicals were, they researched known methods for safely removing them from the body. They found there was plenty of information on these remedies but, because they come from nature and cannot be patented, they are ignored by the pharmaceutical industry and not used by mainstream medicine.
Matt and Olesya experimented with these substances one at a time, then in combinations, always checking for effectiveness and possible adverse reactions. After many months, they found a potent combination that gave them the relief they were seeking. The problem was that, with each component purchased separately, the cost was high ˗ several hundred dollars a month for their family. The logical solution, they thought, was to put them into a single product with all the components blended in the right proportion. That did reduce the dosage cost, but it requited an order for a minimum of a thousand bottles before a formulating lab would even talk to them.
By then, many of their friends had tried the formula, found that it also worked for them, and wanted a less expensive alternative, so Matt and Olesya decided to bite the bullet and place an order. EnvioShield was born.
I like this story for two reasons. First, the product is excellent in every way. It is long overdue, and I am thankful that now there is a convenient and modestly priced safeguard against all the deadly stuff being dumped into our environment. Second, this is an example of good-old free-market entrepreneurship where people see a need, find a solution, and are willing to take a risk to convert that solution into an enterprise. I wish Matt and Olesya great success in this venture.
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