Mar 26

Dangers of Chlorine Bleach and Hand Sanitizers as a Anti Bacterical Disinfectants

Dangers of Chlorine Bleach as an Anti-Bacterial Anti Viral Disinfectant


Are Hand Sanitizers Killing Us?

There is an Alternative that is Safe for You, Your Family and the Environment.

Chlorine Beach in any form – whether household bleach or industrial disinfectant bleach – it is dangerous.  And might be so dangerous to your lungs and body that it makes you susceptible to the virus or pathogen – the corona – Wuhan – H1N1 – Swine – Bird Flu or viruses.

Bleach can be toxic to every living being and our environment.


As you may know (or even have experienced), the fumes from bleach are very strong. When it’s inhaled, it may cause a variety of health problems.


And it contributes to weakening the lungs, making the lungs more vulnerable to infection and pneumonia, and makes you more susceptible to diseases.


Bleach is very irritating and corrosive to the skin, lungs, and eyes.


Bleach is an irritant and is corrosive. It can cause skin burns, irritation of the eyes, lungs, nose and throat.


Bleach can also react with other household chemicals such as toilet bowl cleaners, detergent, vinegar, acids, ammonia containing products, or organic matter (e.g. urine, feces, etc.), to produce toxic gases.


Make the safe choice of Super Oxidized Water or Hypochlorous Acid Water – It is the same thing and is FDA, USDA, EPA and CDC approved.

And it the safest, cheapest hand sanitizer ever – Never be stuck without this protection for yourself or your family. 

You can contact me directly for more information about Super Oxidized Water or Hypochlorous Acid Water

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Dangers of Hand Sanitizers

The following is an article by Neil Wagner

Hand Sanitizer KILLING US

Hand Sanitizer May Impair Muscle Contraction


SEPTEMBER 11, 2012


IS OUR PURELL KILLING US? No. Interestingly, though, the common soap/deodorant/cleaner ingredient triclosan has been found to impair muscle function.


There is now one more reason for people to break their love affair with antibacterial soaps, hand sanitizers, and cleaning products. Triclosan, a common ingredient in antibacterial products, weakens isolated muscle cells in the laboratory, as well as muscles in living fish and mice, at doses similar to those people and animals may be exposed to in everyday life.


Previous research suggests that triclosan may also act as an endocrine disrupter


In 2010, the FDA concluded that, except for its use in toothpaste for treating gingivitis (gum disease), triclosan provides no known health benefits to people: “At this time, the agency does not have evidence that triclosan in antibacterial soaps and body washes provides any benefit over washing with regular soap and water.”

Yet triclosan continues to be found in products ranging from hand soaps, mouthwashes and deodorants to bedding, clothes, toys, carpeting and trash bags.


The study’s three main findings:

  • In isolated heart and skeletal muscle tissue, triclosan inhibited muscular contraction within 10-20 minutes of exposure.
  • In mice, injected triclosan, at a concentration of 12.5 mg/kg body weight, reduced heart function by up to 25% in anesthetized mice and reduced grip strength of conscious mice by 18% for up to 60 minutes.
  • Triclosan exposure for seven days, at a concentration of 0.52 micromolar, significantly inhibited the swimming ability of fathead minnow larvae. Fathead minnows are a small fish often used to study the effect of aquatic pollutants.

What surprised the researchers from the University of California, Davis and the University of Colorado most was triclosan’s ability to affect both heart and skeletal muscle in very different organisms.

A decrease of muscle activity comparable to that seen by the researchers might not be particularly noticeable in a healthy person.

It certainly would be in a person with heart failure, whose heart is constantly under stress to provide sufficient blood flow to the rest of the body. And to creatures in the wild that depend on their muscles to avoid predators or capture prey, a 10 or 20% reduction in muscle function could make a real difference in their survival.

Back in 1998, annual triclosan production in the U.S. was estimated at one million pounds. There’s no indication that this number has gone down.

Enough triclosan has built up that it’s now detectable in human milk, blood and urine and as a pollutant in many waterways.

Triclosan is chemically related to polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), pollutants that persist in the environment for a very long time without breaking down. The triclosan that you’re flushing down the drain may not be a very large amount, but imagine millions or billions of people doing the same and you’ve got one big pile of — potentially toxic waste.

It’s true that tests of chemicals showing harm to animals don’t always mean that these chemicals cause harm in humans. But with no known benefit, and a possibility of harm, it might be time to pay a little closer attention to the ingredient listings of soaps, cleaners and personal care products.

An article on the study was published online by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

This article originally appeared on The Doctor Will See You Now, an Atlantic partner site.


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Sep 03

Fibromyalgia, Trigger Points, Muscle Pain and Referred Pain are Created by Acidosis in the Body

Acidosis (or Tissue Acid Waste) in Muscle Tissues Causes Local and Referred Pain

Acidic Buffer Induced Muscle Pain Evokes Referred Pain and Mechanical Hyperalgesia in Humans

Overview  – Repeat studies have shown that acidosis (tissue acid waste in body) has multiple negative effects.  It is “well known that some diseased areas, such as cancer nests, inflammation loci (localized inflammation) and infarction areas (heart or other organs that have had the blood supply cut off) are acidified”.  Gene Expressions for Signal Transduction under Acidic Conditions, i  PMCID: PMC3899954

Additional research has also noted – “The existence and apparent redundancy of multiple pH surveillance systems attests to the concept that acid–base regulation is a vital issue for cell and tissue homeostasis.

Up-regulation and over activity of acid sensors appear to contribute to various forms of chronic pain. . . . “  Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology Volume 194, 2009, pp 283-332, 10 Jun 2009

Acidosis is taking center stage when it comes to many of the afflictions humans are suffering from.  As you will see in this peer- reviewed published paper, it can be the main cause for myofacial, trigger point, fibromyalgia and chronic pain.

This research provides substantial evidence that not only can centralized acidosis in muscle causes localized pain but also referred pain.

I have provided a shortened version of this PubMed paper so that you can get the initial details of the finding of this study.  I have also provided a link to the complete study online.

My Conclusion

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Authors Frey Law Laura A,1 Sluka Kathleen A,1 McMullen Tara,1 Lee Jennifer,1 Arendt-Nielsen Lars,2 and Graven-Nielsen Thomas2 

Keywords: Fibromyalgia, Myofascitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Hyperalgesia, Chronic Pain, Trigger Points, Myalgia

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Apr 13

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Jan 16

Protected: Fibromyalgia Pain Worse for the Over Weight

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