Cyanobacteria looks like Morgellons

The incidence of cyanobacterial blooms (BMAA) has increased worldwide and may grow even more widespread with the climate disturbances. This environmental toxin can cross the blood brain barrier and causes ALS symptoms. Species low on the food chain, including pink shrimp and blue crab, both of which are eaten by humans can contain this toxicity. Some agricultural fields are irrigated from water bodies covered in cyanobacterial blooms, raising the potential that BMAA could get into milk, meat, or vegetables. There seems to be a link for individuals exposed to BMAA that succumb to neurodegenerative diseases.

 

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