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2 years ago



#1 @nona - 100 SMOKE
#2 @mve - 50 SMOKE
#3 @loso - 25 SMOKE

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Whatta a surprise! Thank you so much. You just made one sick woman happy. Literally, I am sick with some chronic illness and I am disabled but platforms like this makes me limitless. Thank you so much!!! I was actually looking for ways to power up my account but then I have very limited resources, this prize will definitely help me do it. Wow, this is a great day starter. I wish you all the best, @nathansternx. Keep making people surprised and happy. Smoke up! ^_^


Hello Nona, I hope this reply finds you in good spirits.
It took me 10 years to figure out what was causing my illness.
I will do many posts in the future on EMF and EMS.

Electro-hypersensitivity (EHS) is a syndrome that may include some or all of the following: excessive fatigue, headache, tinnitus, insomnia, photophobia, a feeling of cognitive dysfunction and impaired memory, irritability, pain at various sites and often cardiovascular abnormalities (1). However, these are all relatively common complaints. All of us have on occasion suffered from headaches and insomnia. Because the symptoms are relatively non-specific, and because the adverse health effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) is a contentious issue, and also because primary care physicians have no objective diagnostic algorithms by which to diagnose EHS, patients suffering from EHS are often referred to a psychiatrist. There is, however, a body of evidence, both old and more recent, that indicates that these symptoms are triggered by exposure to EMFs in sensitive individuals. This is the case for exposure to both the extra low electromagnetic fields (ELF) coming from electricity and the radiofrequency (RF) EMFs coming from radar, communication devices, WiFi, smart meters and many other forms of wireless devices.

electromagnetic hypersensitivity (or “EHS” – sensitivity to radio waves from Wi-Fi routers, cell phones and similar products) is an “allergy” that has recently gotten more mainstream media attention and is also “characterized by a range of non-specific symptoms.” The Access Board, which is the federal agency responsible for promulgating accessibility guidelines under the Americans with Disabilities Act, has recognized that “electromagnetic sensitivities may be considered disabilities under the ADA .

data strongly suggest that EHS and MCS can be objectively characterized and routinely diagnosed by commercially available simple tests. Both disorders appear to involve inflammation-related hyper-histaminemia, oxidative stress, autoimmune response, capsulothalamic hypoperfusion and BBB opening, and a deficit in melatonin metabolic availability; suggesting a risk of chronic neurodegenerative disease. Finally the common co-occurrence of EHS and MCS strongly suggests a common pathological mechanism.


Thank you! 🙏🏻 And, congrats to @nona & @loso.

Power to the SMOKErs. ✊🏻

Congratulations to the winners!

Please when is the next competition

Okay, @nathansternx this is one really interesting contest even if i was not opportuned to take part in it i think it's a great thing you're doing here and i hope to be a part of the next one, congrats to all the winners.

awa missed that contest.

next time! darn! followed !

Dude, hello.
I've never seen this contest. I am sorry for this!
maybe I can join the next contest! :)