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15/03/2019 2:09 pm  

One of the secrets to life-long health - AVOID air fresheners, scents and perfumes!

 

Just had another experience that was the reminder for me to write it down here.

One of so many direct personal experiences with material things getting compromised by chemicals that people voluntarily put into the air they breathe and inhale, often for years and decades.

And then wonder why they have cancer - or what have you...

And it's actually a chemical lesson too. About diffusion, the transfer of chemicals from a highly saturated solution to the lower concentration.

Like water traveling through a diaphragm, leaving the salt behind...

I often buy used electronic gear, sometimes on purpose to get older functions or units that can do more than current devices.

Or when price and condition meet for a perfect deal. My play drive then also jumps in to buy shit out of curiosity.

That aside, I also noticed how wrecked appliances can be that were used in bad quality air. Nicotine, Tar, Alcohol and NOW: Oily scent fluids that are sold to "freshen up" the air, aka mask stinky rooms.

These oils compromise (like paint thinner thins the paint)  the integrity of plastics and gave us technicians a 30 year long job fixing VHS video recorders that had broken nylon parts inside.

While identical machines from clean homes often worked like new. LOL, my 1997 Panasonic NV-HS 1000 works like "out of the box"...

You could see that rubber mats in remote controls were often oily and waxy on the rubber that the buttons are made from. Yep, the stinky scent oils go into the rubber and take the plasticizers with them... To the outside.

Last smell encounter I had was:

I bought a Garmin Oregon 450t Outdoor GPS, used in good condition and it came, a little bit smelly - like the typical German chemical warfare apartment...

I cleaned it perfectly and the shipping box took an immediate flight into to garden corner.

The original box lost it's smell in about 2 days in the fresh air in the hallway.

But the unit... At first, after cleaning, it was neutral... Now 1 to 2 days later... Like it now feels the clean air around it, starts to stink in a way I can smell it from up to 2 meters away.

Not just the perfume, but all the stuff the seller probably doesn't want me to know: Sweat and improper hygiene, covered up by perfume.

(The oils in the perfume absorb the bad smell in the room - that's how they work - and then take them into the plastic...)

It is an outdoor unit, it should smell like fuel, dirt or forest - but it spent time in a perfumed apartment unused (Good for me) and now after removing it from that gas chamber it evaporates the stored chemicals in my place and brings them to my nose.

But it took a day of freedom for it to realize that. The time for the "inner contaminations" of the plastic to travel to the outside.

The stinkshit is absorbed in the synthetic rubber parts of the case. Normally no water can get inside it but the oil fumes in the air will.

I now wiped it off with ethanol, earning a brown spot on the kitchen towel. In spite of having it cleaned "medically" 2 days ago - like I clean everything I buy as a used item.

Same I had with other things. But rubber coatings die very quickly in such smelly air.

I once bought a Garmin Nüvi 965 with that nasty rubber coating on the case... And it was sticky like the back of a bumper sticker. Maybe that's why they gave it away for cheap.

A few days on the central heating and the case was healed but still looked shitty. (Surplus spare parts came my way and I got a new case)

That's the aftermath from the car air fresheners that you can smell from across a big parking lot.

Other units I bought (I need them as a GPS track recorder) weren't that messed up.

Now, years later, serving in my backpack and being stored in my place, there is absolutely no change to the way they feel and look. So it's not Garmin's fault when the case turns liquid.

Now, the stinky 450t has to go though the detoxification of it's weatherproof case.

Losing stink by the hour, seated on the central heating.

 

Now comes the conclusion:

By using any of these products, you expose your body excessively to chemicals that have the ability to destroy plastic cases, break and disintegrate plastic machine parts, penetrate paints and coatings...

...AND these "claimed to be harmless" chemicals have not been REALLY researched yet. The industry makes Billions with these useless products and does everything in their power to keep the lid on the knowledge about the dangers these "make your life easier" products pose.

Your lungs have an effective absorbing area of 50 to 200 square meters, the area of an average apartment.

Stuff that you breathe in gets absorbed like brooming your place and inhaling the dust in the shovel.

These chemicals stop at nothing. They soak into your entire body. Your nerve system is fat and oil based like the case of an innocent Garmin unit.

These chemicals nest in your Central Nerve System and can virtually drive you crazy without you realizing the real cause of what the doctor "reduces" to the "effects of stress" for instance...

I know, I had my encounter with oily pesticides which were also first thought of as "harmless" and later banned worldwide. And these wood preservative fumes also ate into plastics and made them look shitty.

The stuff settles all over the human body and by not using it, you give your body the chance to fight real viruses and illnesses and not waste energy on managing a chronic low-level poisoning.

 

If someone living in a (self-or- woman-made) gas chamber touches my food - even with clean hands - I later taste that spot without knowing it is there. (Just had a pretzel like this, I could taste that someone took it out and put it back...)

After prolonged exposure - using and deodorant or scent for more than once - every cell of your body will smell like the air freshener or toxic after shave you have put on.

It will penetrate deep into the cells and mess with the mitochondria and energy transfer mechanisms in ways no one knows yet.

The magnitude of destruction and interference to your hormone system, like getting fat or tired for no reason - is just off the charts.

This is one more way in which "walking away" from the insanity of society will be our survival.

And our individual advantage, I always saw it as a leading edge to not be a slave of the advertising industry and buy everything that is "hip" and because everybody else is doing it.

I am sure you could cut down 80 per cent of all illness cases if all scents and smells, toxic micro-plastic containing "repair" shampoos and hormone disrupting shower gels were abolished at once.

But things that enter though the lungs are 1000 times more toxic than they are when absorbed through any other path.

What comes in through the lungs reaches the brain without the liver acting as a filter in between.

Stuff in the air is the real danger no one talks about. Society gets hung up on ppm's of dioxins found in eggs but ignores houses built with tons of (smelly) toxic materials.

"Smelly" materials, only if you are lucky and get the warning.

 

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15/03/2019 4:10 pm  

Great and timely article Gargamel.  More and more people are developing late stage allergies because of constant contact to multiple discrete chemicals that ultimately induce a bodily reaction.

Guess it's time to say bye bye to those Rearview Mirror staples in life:

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Maybe it is time to upgrade to the 70's and find a pair of fuzzy dice to replace the air freshner!

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15/03/2019 9:41 pm  

Not to mention the aluminum and other metals as well.  None of these products have been tested long enough to see the effects they have on our health.

Great post Gargamel!

 

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15/03/2019 9:54 pm  

I think people become addicted on a psychological level to the various toxic scents that they surround themselves with and are uncomfortable smelling normal smells. That, and their sense of smell becomes so dulled they don't realize that they stink like they have taken a bath in insecticide before their shopping excursion.

A small incense stick will also work as a car "air freshener" which I sometimes use. Incenses are often made of more natural products than the infamous review mirror ornaments.


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15/03/2019 10:02 pm  

Check OB  Not only are the manufacturing processing changing, the actual materials continue to evolve / deevolve on an ever increasing pace

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21/03/2019 4:19 am  

This is a rarely spoken truth. Most of the illnesses and even cancers are from these chemicals that supposedly better our lives. For the sake of masking someone's uncleanliness, they add an increasingly dangerous environment for all involved. Fresh air is now something of a challenge to find. I find myself happily void of nearly all of these things. I now find many of these smells that others like to be a stench.

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21/03/2019 7:24 am  
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This is a rarely spoken truth. Most of the illnesses and even cancers are from these chemicals that supposedly better our lives. For the sake of masking someone's uncleanliness, they add an increasingly dangerous environment for all involved. Fresh air is now something of a challenge to find. I find myself happily void of nearly all of these things. I now find many of these smells that others like to be a stench.

These substances are very hard to decay and get rid of.

They hardly evaporate and stick in the air for a very long time. Not even ventilating a room with fresh air will make them go away without leaving a considerable amount of the substance behind.

The same behavior can be observed on the (now) illegal "semi-volatile" or "persistent" pesticides that had their main damaging effect due to their persistence and failure to evaporate quickly.

These chemicals stay where you left them for years and decades. And they continue to evaporate slowly, giving you a chronic exposure.

Then your body "learns" to cope, and puts it away, adding fat tissue to be able to store it away.

That's when you get fat without a visible cause and no training and the most athletically demanding job can bring it down.

 

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21/03/2019 8:33 am  

Second big thing is one that no one talks about, maybe once the poisoning hits you, you can study the papers and expertise essays on the German Wood Preservative scandal trial of the 80's and 90's (The trial went on for 12 years).

... In search of answers....

Many chemical reactions, especially those involving high temperatures lead to dioxin by-products in the end-product.

Till today, in the case of the infamous PentaChloroPhenol (PCP) wood preservative it is still unclear if the heath damages were caused by chemical itself or the dioxin contaminations that came with it. 

Some cans - depending on the lot of manufacture - had a low percentage or less toxic derivatives in them and made people less sick than the cans produced on another day.

Some people died faster than others in their wonderful 1970's "all wood" mansion. (It was fashionable at the time and this time it hit the middle class and rich (and not the poor), hence the expensive trial against Bayer went through and...)

And all of the expertise knowledge is a thorn in the eyes of the industry.

None of the products we voluntarily buy, put on our skin, breathe in daily has really been tested for this most important thing.

The industry says "99.99 percent pure"... Which can mean .01 percent of the most deadly poison is still in it.

Considering that most dioxins, especially the "TCDD" (1976 Seveso accident) variant, are 1000's of times more toxic than anything else, 0.01 percent is still a risk too high to take. 

Dioxins penetrate easily through skin and tissue, not even saying how well they pass the lungs...

So if you put 1 pound of "stink cream moisturizer" on your skin in one year, you most likely have absorbed all of the (non-declared) dioxins and furans of that pound of stuff. Leaving an unhealthy dose of this bio-accumulative toxin inside your body. Getting dissolved into (growing) fat tissue (if you are lucky) and kill you if you lose that weight for some other reason. 

"Bio-Accumulative" is another word that most people never heard about but SHOULD know about.

... That's when you get sick for no reason and have so many different symptoms... And no doctor can help you, they call it "psycho" or "burnout" when in fact they should admit that the treatments and remedies of poisonings are not taught in medical school and they have no clue about your "imagined illness"...

In my case, I had a whole shop inventory and plenty of new and expensive items to show the damage the chemicals inside of my business rooms did to them during my months of absence, that's when nobody came daily to give them fresh air.

The insurance people who saw this wondered why I still live.

I sweat these chemical out as best as I could. And those skin portions where my body sweats the most, became numb months later. That was the nerve damage the poisons (7 of them) had left on their way out... In 2018, the feeling returned in most areas.

In 2015, coins I carried in my pockets had become heavily oxidized in just one or 2 days, especially after extensive forest walks, flushing the body with mineral water. (The Euro coins lost their silver colored plating...)

In 2017, I repackaged a bag of these collected coins (evidence) and the smell knocked me out. I had to seek the bed and rest for a few hours.

That is final proof of the "circle of action" poisons do inside your body and how I found a way to get them out. And survive.

The entire leather interior of my cars is wrecked and it showed me that what wrecks the leather no longer wrecks me.

This year will be the next mountain to climb. After 2017, my body was "quiet"... (Another book to explain why) but I just killed (Dissolved and torn up) a brand name leather belt that is normally indestructible... So, there is another flood of shit wanting to get out.

Hope we have a nice long hot summer and I never forget the waxy sweat I had in 2015, after I ascended like 30 meters of elevation in under a few 100 meters on some dead and dormant footpath I found on a 1970's map. 

As a result of the gained knowledge, I then chose such short ascends to "pulse trigger" detoxification. My sweat felt like synthetic motor oil, I could rub it between my fingers for a long time and it would not dry up.

And I often felt better instantly after such a sweat outburst.

The black jeans I bought in 2014 and often wore during that time are now full of holes and gray in color.

I can write another huge essay on why holes in clothes feel good. They let the shit evaporate before the body reabsorbs it.

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23/03/2019 3:51 am  

This just came in some minutes ago. A video by Hammer Hand in which he speaks the same things I would want to add here.

Stop being a slave to society and industry...

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23/03/2019 11:19 am  

"Gentlemen, I'm about to piss on your constitutional cornflakes"... what an intro!

Great video Gargamel, I am watching the video now and I find him very inspirational.  He says it all.  We are the most free slaves in the world.

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23/03/2019 12:27 pm  
Posted by: Gargamel
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This is a rarely spoken truth. Most of the illnesses and even cancers are from these chemicals that supposedly better our lives. For the sake of masking someone's uncleanliness, they add an increasingly dangerous environment for all involved. Fresh air is now something of a challenge to find. I find myself happily void of nearly all of these things. I now find many of these smells that others like to be a stench.

These substances are very hard to decay and get rid of.

They hardly evaporate and stick in the air for a very long time. Not even ventilating a room with fresh air will make them go away without leaving a considerable amount of the substance behind.

The same behavior can be observed on the (now) illegal "semi-volatile" or "persistent" pesticides that had their main damaging effect due to their persistence and failure to evaporate quickly.

These chemicals stay where you left them for years and decades. And they continue to evaporate slowly, giving you a chronic exposure.

Then your body "learns" to cope, and puts it away, adding fat tissue to be able to store it away.

That's when you get fat without a visible cause and no training and the most athletically demanding job can´t bring it down.

 

Excellent OP and thread. The highlighted portion from the post above is a common example and crucial to understand, why it is very important to have all physiological detoxification measures running at optimal performance -and regularly. There are various techniques and ways to trigger, support and/or train these systems (mostly of the liver, kidneys, skin (!) and spleen). These systems can be empowered or pimped to specifically clean the tissue from particles and substances, they would normally not touch.

Removing toxins that otherwise would chronically hinder and sabotage the establishment of health is indeed a jolly good thing to do!

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23/03/2019 3:36 pm  

It's also important to recognize when you are pushing too hard on the detoxification route. As Gargamel experience shows, the body can store a lot of toxins, too much to deal with in a short period of time. When I lost 40lbs, I was becoming so ill from what I assume were the toxins coming out of "storage" that I was visibly ill, to the point of alarming coworkers. So I had to "take a break" to allow my system to deal with was already in circulation. Don't believe the lies and denial of mainstream medicine. "Psychosomatic Symptoms" is a phrase they use to avoid having to recognize the existence of a toxic environment.


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23/03/2019 7:06 pm  

Hey Garg, what about the new electronic cigarettes with all that chimical liquid that people smoke?

Somehow I think they think it hurts them less than tobacco, and I think they may be quite wrong.

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23/03/2019 7:55 pm  

Considering the brew of organic compounds produced by pyrolysis, finding something less harmful is setting the bar rather low, I think. Huffing formaldehyde and diacetyl is not a good idea. Even the mainstream medical industry suggests that vaping should be done as a last resort for those who can't quit smoking otherwise, a suggestion I actually agree with.

https://www.webmd.com/smoking-cessation/features/vape-debate-electronic-cigarettes#2

 


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24/03/2019 2:33 am  

Check, a great topic regarding an issue that has affected humans since the industrial age; industrial and recreational chemical use.  Not that I'm a tree hugger, but it is very difficult to exist without encountering harmful chemical and processes.  Then again, I have absolutely no desire to live off the land and live a lesser quality of life.  Shat doesn't make you stronger ....

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25/03/2019 3:57 pm  

Hey, BSC! You’re - of course - darn right on the money, brother!

First of all it is a REtoxification, when you REactivate these ‘sleeping treasures/beauties’ out of their fat-depots. You can do more harm than good with that, easily, that is, given the wrong circumstances.

To create the right circumstances is an art and a science of its own.

 

 

...did I already told you, how this thread integrated right is just pure gold?! You may be new to this topic and be a little confused as to how something of such elephant dimensions and effectiveness could ‘go unnoticed’ in our much praised ‘disinformation age’-

oops, a Freudian slip, but, well, it keeps me banter short.

 

 

 

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26/03/2019 10:05 pm  

Chemicals uses for any kind of ingestion should be critically viewed. Too many assume the risks are worth the benefits, only to find they are dying of a painful cancer down the road. Doesn't seem worth it when they are suffering, I bet. 

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27/03/2019 7:41 pm  

I do hear ever more often the stories from people suffering a lot from `perfume allergy´. Which is an alarming signal, because their `condition´ (aka the way and the result of the severe intoxication in question) does not even get taught at medical schools. Only a few doctors know and understand this, because they, themselves, were curious and cunning - and went the extra mile to find out. The insurance companies do not publish the amount of people which need medical services, because of this disease. The government does not want to wake up sleeping dogs, either, as the consequence probably would be very effectful.

As long as they can, they are afraid of giving it a name and content with letting the affected people fish in the dark and suffer, `because they didn´t know better´.

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28/03/2019 12:24 am  

I heard long ago that perfume/cologne can cause someone to develop allergies. Have'nt looked into it further than that, but I have only been using natural underarm deodorant for about twenty years now, no cologne or anything with shit ingredients.


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28/03/2019 1:20 am  

Check THX. Any chemical in abundance will eventually cause a negative reaction and enough negative reactions will result in an allergy.  The worst allergy possible is of course death.  

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