How to tell if there's graphene oxide in your blood

'Tests can be done, but I would not rest easy until at least half a year has passed. Because we know that these people think or plan to vaccinate every 5 to 6 months. And that means that it could take a year for the body to get rid of this nanomaterial in its entirety. So, before the body gets rid of the nanomaterial, these people give the doses so that there's always a level of it in the inoculants. So we know that it disappears over time. But as long as it is in the body, there is a risk even if you feel fine. It probably depends on where you are, where you live, and so on.'



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