Toxic mask microplastics found in our lungs, air, food, and water

Face masks were supposed to ‘protect us’ from CVD.

The global government and health ‘experts’ told us they prevent the spread and keep us safe…

But, scientists in the UK have found microplastics in the lung tissue samples of 11 out of 13 patients who were to undergo surgery.

And these are the same toxic materials used to manufacture face masks.

The Hull York Medical School study found 39 kinds of microplastics, polypropylene (23%), polyethylene terephthalate (18%) and resin (15%).


And, while these microplastics are present all around us, we’ve never before in history had billions of people wearing face masks, every day, usually for several hours at a time.

Epidemiologist Boris Borovoy, and researchers Colleen Huber, Q Makeeta, were among the first to warn of the dangers of inhaling microplastics and nano-plastics from wearing disposable surgical masks.

In fact, right from the moment we remove masks from their package, “there can arise the risk of a dangerous level of foreign material entering lung tissue.”

The longer the mask is in use, the more these fibers fly off.

In their peer-reviewed study, published in 2020, the researchers concluded:

“If widespread masking continues, then the potential for inhaling mask fibers and environmental and biological debris continues on a daily basis for hundreds of millions of people. This should be alarming for physicians and epidemiologists knowledgeable in occupational hazards.”


But that’s not the only way that masks harm us.

A November 2021 study revealed that 193 countries have generated over 8 million tons of CVD-related waste, including billions of discarded face masks.

Sadly, there have been many reports of marine life being affected by them – ingestion, entanglement, entrapment – sometimes even leading to death.


And, if we consume the fish that ingested those microplastics, we ingest them as well.

But, that’s not all…

As discarded masks break down, they get fragmented into microscopic pieces, which are then carried by the wind.

These invisible microplastics are light enough to stay in the air, and we can easily inhale them, without ever realizing it.


Worse yet, it was all for nothing.

For many, masks interfered with their optimal oxygen intake.

And, they offer no protection from the virus.

Surgical masks are designed to prevent the particles from the surgeon’s nose and mouth from getting into their patient during surgery. They’re not designed to keep out something as small as the CVD virus.

That’s like trying to keep out mosquitoes using a chain link fence!

Another mandate, supposedly for our own good, is causing more harm than the virus it was supposed to protect us from.

I wish I could say I was surprised.

Yours in health,

Jonathan Otto