Dr. Martín Monteverde reported for OMV (World Organization for Life) that although there isn’t yet a known way to remove the injected microcircuitry from the body, removal of the graphene oxide causes it to stop working.
Dr. Monteverde is one of the researchers who performed the first analysis of vials in Argentina.
Martín Monteverde: Graphene is a material that our body could biodegrade in six months to a year. Neutrophils can do it through the enzyme myeloperoxidase, and together with the work of macrophages. But it takes them from six months to a year.
To improve this process we can use substances that are used to purify metals, such as zeolite, which is a volcanic rock. I don’t know if you know it.
Jacqueline Probst: Yes, I do. Yes, I have read about it. But about those structures that you mention…
Dr. Martín Monteverde: Yes, Well…
Jacqueline Probst: Could it be that the body also gets rid of those microprocessor-type structures that you guys are talking about?
Dr. Martín Monteverde: The microcircuits… Exactly. It’s going to be harder to remove those microcircuits from the body. But they’re not going to be able to work if there’s no graphene. And, moreover… Yes?
Francisco Mejia: They don’t get amplified. They wouldn’t get the…
Dr. Martín Monteverde: Exactly. They wouldn’t get the signal. If there’s no graphene in the body, those microcircuits aren’t going to work.
Jacqueline Probst: And is there anything we can take for that? To neutralize the effect?
Dr. Martín Monteverde: And to neutralize the effect… To remove from the body, zeolite. And to neutralize the damage from the graphene, vitamin D, zinc, and vitamin C. All antioxidants. Usually…
Jacqueline Probst: The ones that had been recommended before, of course.
Dr. Martín Monteverde: They usually come in a single tablet. Zinc, vitamin D, and vitamin C. And you take one tablet once a day.