Are Florida beaches oil-free and safe? Let's ask Pensacola Beach resident Greg Hall

Greg Hall is a diver who said his blood was tested positive for volatile solvents. Contrary to what tourist bureaus claim, he says Gulf Coast beaches are unsafe.

Greg appeared on the radio show with Denise Rednour on July 29 to share his thoughts about the effect of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

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  1. Posted by Dr. Robin Falkov on RMN:

    Healing — The Gulf Oil Remedy
    Posted By: DrRobinFalkov
    Date: Tuesday, 12-Oct-2010

    Gulf Oil Remedy comes in a 2 ounce glass bottle, with a dropper for ease of use. Please do not pack in checked luggage when traveling by air. Ask for a hand check at security. The bottle is labeled: do not x-ray.

    Be sure to drink good quality water for you and your pets throughout the day to help with elimination of toxins. Carry a water bottle and bowl with you while traveling, hiking, at work, etc. Remember how important it is for you and your pets drink enough fluids to help eliminate toxic wastes.

    You are welcome to contact me with any questions you may have. I look forward to hearing your before and after experiences. This will be of great benefit to others experiencing health challenges from this disaster.

    HOW TO ORDER: Please contact me so I can give you the exact shipping and handling charges. You are welcome to pay by PayPal or mail a check or money order.

    Priority Mail for one or two bottles is $5.00. Please send your check or money order to:

    Dr. Robin Falkov
    P.O. Box 22008
    Albuquerque, NM 87154

    Send feedback regarding Gulf Oil Remedy

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