2024-04-24

Tylenol breaks reduced graphene oxide circuit

*THIS ARTICLE IS POSTED FOR RESEARCH PURPOSED ONLY. WHILE TYLENOL WILL BREAK THE rGO CIRCUIT, THE LIVER WILL NOT BE ABLE TO COPE WITH THE rGO DETOX. PERSONALLY, I DO NOT LIKE TYLENOL, I BELIEVE IT IS TOXIC*

One of the keys to breaking the circuit, is breaking the reduced Graphene Oxide circuit.

Reduced Graphene Oxide: The Real Problem Behind 5G

Since NWO controlled opponent Dr Grouf is back, let’s see what he is saying. And he says no to Tylenol?

https://twitter.com/DGrouf/status/1616648017146413057

If mangy mutt is turning us away from it, Tylenol must bind to carbon nanotubules!

Let’s see…

Tylenol protects against hydroxyl radical species.

https://scholar.google.com/scholar_lookup?journal=React+Oxyg+Species+(Apex)&title=Acetaminophen,+the+active+ingredient+of+Tylenol,+protects+against+peroxynitrite-induced+DNA+damage:+a+chemiluminometric+and+electron+paramagnetic+resonance+spectrometric+study&author=X+Dou&author=J+Li&author=I+Danelisen&author=MA+Trush&author=HP+Misra&volume=3&issue=8&publication_year=2017&pages=127-34&

GO is used to trap antibiotics and Acetaminophen (Tylenol) in waste water, so we know Tylenol will bind to GO. Specifically to the OH- site itself.

GO vs rGO both have OH- groups so yes, Tylenol will bind to both GO and rGO. This WILL break the circuit!

At therapeutic doses, 90 percent of acetaminophen is metabolized in the liver to sulfate and glucuronide conjugates that are then excreted in the urine. One-half of the remaining acetaminophen is excreted unchanged in the urine and one-half is metabolized via the hepatic cytochrome P450 (CYP2E1, CYP1A2, CYP3A4 subfamilies) mixed function oxidase pathway to N-acetyl-p-benzoquinoneimine (NAPQI), which is hepatotoxic. With normal doses (blue arrows), NAPQI is rapidly conjugated to hepatic glutathione, forming nontoxic cysteine and mercaptate compounds that are excreted in the urine. With toxic doses (red arrow), the sulfate and glucuronide pathways become saturated, resulting in an increased fraction of acetaminophen being metabolized by cytochrome P450 enzymes. Once glutathione stores are depleted, NAPQI begins to accumulate and hepatic injury ensues.

We produce GTH! We produce Glutathione!! The MASTER ANTIOXIDANT!!!

In the process of Tylenol metabolism HALF of what it may have bound to gets excreted. So BOTH GO and rGO will leave the body via urination.

The other half goes through a biochemical pathway that helps in the production of GTH!

There are some toxins but we release a lot of GO and rGO this way!

It will definitely help control the inflammation.

https://www.uptodate.com/contents/image?imageKey=PEDS%2F68213

It may not entirely break the circuit because you still have the 5G signals. If you could eliminate those signals, then yes, the circuit is done and you can eliminate GO and rGO.

You can achieve elimination of 5G signals with Pink Noise, although we are looking at something more comprehensive.

Pink Noise: Deactivating the Clathrin Nanobot

Shortages of Tylenol now seem suspect. Several pharmacists in my area told me straight up that Tylenol was not being produced because they were in negotiations with our government to have only English language listed, a negotiation tactic.

But they were negotiating with children’s pain relief? Also suspect.

https://twitter.com/PierrePoilievre/status/1617289908133191681

Now they are starting to limit the adults.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/london/adult-tylenol-is-next-up-in-the-list-of-supply-chain-issues-for-london-pharmacies-1.6703439

They’ve been limiting supplies since the beginning, all the while promoting HCQ, IVM and other front line “remedies”.

https://www.fiercepharma.com/manufacturing/johnson-johnson-reports-temporary-tylenol-shortage-amid-heightened-demand

Warp Speed Neuralink, Front Line Doctors with the Assist

NOTE: The body has already been under sustained states of inflammation and the body’s “Master Antioxidant”, Glutathione (GTH) has been depleted through prolonged supplementation and inflammation that resulted in the conversion of GO to rGO causing even more inflammation. In such states the extremely low GTH levels cause cause toxicity to occur when combined with Tylenol. A liver detox protocol, preferable one that does NOT involve “Milk Thistle” as it too converts GO to rGO further inflaming your liver, would be essential.

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