Chemical Sensitivity Saturday, May 22 2010 

Chemical sensitivity (chemical allergies) is not a mystery ailment. It is chemical intolerance caused by chemical damage of the whole body… tissue and organs. And it is not something new.
Human beings have suffered from chemical exposure and smoke inhalation since cavemen started playing with fire. Vikings had indoor cooking fires, and suffered from smoke inhalation. It caused heart and lung damage.
Today, wood smoke from wood stoves and fireplaces is still causing harm. Wood smoke is 40 times worse than cigarette smoke, and it causes heart disease and other diseases.

Severe inflammation damage can be caused by an overdose of strong chemicals or chronic low-level exposure.
Causes damage similar to mustard gas attack WWI. Gas victims had sensitive brain tissue and suffered severe headaches for the rest of their lives.

Indoor air pollution is like living in a gas chamber… you cant breathe. Burns your throat and lungs. And causes headaches.

Everyone is harmed by airborne chemicals… from cleaning products and disinfectants (gaseous fumes). Strong chemicals cause inflammation (chemical burn) and disease.
Fumes, gas and wood smoke burn the throat and lungs, enter the bloodstream and inflame all tissue and organs.
Causes inflamed and swollen organs. Can cause inflammation and swelling of the heart lungs and brain. And LOC loss of consciousness.

Because we live in a chemical world, everyone has some internal inflammation caused by chemicals.
On days when you don’t feel well, it could be caused by chemical exposure. Makes you feel sick, like the flu. Chemical flu… for 2 days.

ADR Adverse Drug Reactions are strong chemical reactions that occur within the body… in the blood and organs. Inflames tissue and organs. Can cause severe heart damage, liver and kidney damage.
Causes chemical damage (chemical burn), and causes sensitive organs and chemical intolerance. It can cause chemical allergies and chemical sensitivity.

After ADR (severe drug reactions), the whole body becomes chemical sensitive. All tissue and organs are chemical sensitive. More noticeable in the heart lungs and brain.
Inflammation and swelling of the brain. Chemical fumes, gas and smoke makes you feel sick. More easily overcome by fumes… causes headaches and nausea, and dizziness. And makes you feel drunk… like intoxicated.
Scented products, air freshners and perfumes also make you feel unwell.

Treatment: Treat the inflammation. And try to avoid airborne chemicals… and your health will improve.
Use alkaline foods (non-irritating)… like honey oatmeal ice-cream and tea.
Use foods herbs spices for the inflammation. And can use natural remedies… like slippery elm.
Use chocolate after meals and drinks… and before bed.
The last thing you ate determines how you feel.
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Anyone can become chemical sensitive. It can happen anytime… at any age.
More than 20% of the population is chemical sensitive. The exact numbers are not known perhaps because there are few records and the numbers are not made public.

Anyone with inflamed organs and a disease… is chemical sensitive (less able to tolerate chemicals). Those with heart and lung disease are chemical sensitive. Chemical fumes and wood smoke cause heart and lung pain. And patients with Alzheimers and Parkinsons disease are very chemical sensitive… they can be overcome by fumes and pass out. Can be found unconscious.

The sick and elderly need to avoid airborne chemicals. Harsh chemicals and wood smoke increase disease… and decrease longevity.

For health, everyone needs safe food air and water… with no chemicals.
Chlorine and fluoride in drinking water also contribute to disease.
Chemicals cause inflammation and disease, including heart disease and cancer.

Inflammation of the heart causes low blood pressure and dizziness.
Chronic chemical exposure causes heart and lung damage… and decreases longevity.
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For further information see the following posts:

Food-Drug Interactions… about ADR adverse drug reactions: a possible cause of chemical allergies and chemical sensitivity
Medicinal Uses of Seaweed Gelatin: agar and carrageenan
Ice-cream is good for cancer patients…
Medicinal Uses of Honey
Health Benefits of Oats
Medicinal Uses of Cocoa
Coffee and Cocoa
Living in a Chemical World 1-2

Living in a Chemical World 2 Monday, Apr 5 2010 

We live in a anti-bacterial world… promoted by the antibacterial industry…
the chemical industry.

Since the 1990s, antimicrobial agents have been added to plastic and paper products. Also added to rubber. The “new smell” is caused by antibacterial chemicals.
The chemical residue causes indoor air pollution.
Chemical-coated products make the air stuffy, and less breathable.
Airborne chemicals cause inflammation… inflame tissue and organs. Inflame the heart lungs brain etc… and can cause swelling of the lungs and brain.

Antibacterial chemicals decrease immune function… like antibiotics.
And antimicrobial chemicals contain artificial hormones (estrogen) and are carcinogen.
Cause cancer, and increase the growth of cancer… like growth hormones and steroids.
Cause female reproductive cancers, breast cancer and other cancers.

Antimicrobial chemicals cause inflammation (chemical burn)… decrease immune function, and increase hormones in the bloodstream.
Inflammation damage, low immune function, and a high-level of hormones in the body… is the recipe for cancer.

Products in the home that can contain antimicrobial chemicals… and it is not written on the label:
1. plastic bags – most sandwich bags. baggies. garbage bags. shopping bags and plastic wraps
2. paper bags – lunch bags. grocery bags. cardboard boxes… and labels on products
3. plastic containers – buckets. wastebaskets. storage containers. tool box
4. plastic bottles – vitamin bottles. Rx pill bottles. Pill packs. Inhaled and ingested.
5. fabric – new clothes. towels. bedding. blankets. curtains. Need to be washed before use.
6. Jewelry – pearls necklaces rings bracelets earrings… since 1980s. Now use stronger chemicals.
7. Hair brushes – ponytail elastics. barrettes. mirrors
8. Toys dolls and sticker books
9. mattress covers (plastic)
10. furniture. lamps. and carpets – new carpets can be cleaned to neutralize the chemicals.
11. Drycleaning chemicals
12. cleaning equipment – sponges. scrubpads. brooms and mops. window scrapers
13. paper products – notebooks. some Facial tissues
14. office supplies – pens. binders
15. Books published in China… plastic cover and pages. Newspapers, and some magazines.
16. Liquid hand soaps Hand sanitizers and Dish detergents contain antibacterial chemicals (triclosan).
17. Products made in China. Are misted or fumigated with strong antibacterial chemicals.
Glass porcelain pottery and metal ojects can be washed with soap or dish detergent to remove the chemical coating.
18. some soapdishes made in USA. poss no chemicals added to the plastic, or milder chemicals.
19. Bath acessories: bath puffs, back brushs.
20. eye glass cases, pencil cases, make-up bags, jewelry boxes, wallets and handbags, lunchbags, and some travel bags
21. paper and plastic packaging
22. Rubber parts on pens, cameras, binoculars and e- readers can have added chemicals… antimicrobial agents.

Biocides (poison) applied to most products, like pesticides on apples. Including objects
handled by children (leaves chemical residue on their hands) and they put things in their mouths. The chemicals are inhaled ingested and absorbed by skin. Airborne chemicals cause dry throat, and can inflame throat and lungs.

Antibacterial chemicals are not safe. It causes indoor air pollution,
and causes harm. Harms the health of adults children and pets. Harms the sick and elderly.
It harms everyone… all creatures great and small.

The marketplace has become inundated with antimicrobial chemicals.
It started with garbage bags in the late 1990s… Glad kitchen garbage bags… and it spread to almost everything.
Probably for marketing reasons… the chemical industry has no conscience.

Copyright: Prinac, 2010.