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Troublemakers That Make Us Sick - Petrochemicals

Troublemakers That Make Us Sick - Petrochemicals

This group of troublemakers is extremely toxic to the central nervous system. Anybody with neurological sensitivities and symptoms will be especially sensitive to them.

It’s impossible to avoid all of these toxins, but we can understand what we are up against so we can minimize our exposure to these toxins when possible and take the steps to heal and cleanse our bodies of the rest. Knowing what we are up against is a critical step to being empowered to heal and support and bodies with what they need. If we turn a blind eye, we can cheat ourselves of the opportunity to heal and even prevent future sickness.

Petrochemicals include:

  • Carpet chemicals
  • Chemical solvents, solutions, and agents
  • Diesel
  • Dioxins
  • Engine oil and grease
  • Exhaust fumes
  • Gas grills, stoves, and ovens
  • Gasoline
  • Kerosene
  • Lacquer
  • Lighter fluid
  • Paint
  • Paint thinner
  • Plastics

Let's take a brief look at a few of these troublemakers. Read more about each of them in Liver Rescue.

Exhaust fumes: Exposure comes from walking down the street, grabbing a package at a delivery person’s truck while the truck is still running, getting stuck in traffic on your way to work, passing a lawn that’s being mowed or mowing your own, walking up to a restaurant for lunch just as someone fires up a car a few feet away, and so on. Although carbon monoxide is deadly if someone is poisoned by it when there isn’t enough ventilation for exhaust fumes, it’s not the poison in the liver. The petrochemical particles in the exhaust itself are what end up in the liver.

Dioxins: Imagine a world coated with a dust too fine to see that’s inhaled and eaten by every creature on the planet. That’s our world, and dioxins are the “dust.” These pollutants, a byproduct of over 100 years of chemical factory malfeasance, find their way into air, water, and food. Modern life is generalized dioxin exposure.

Carpet chemicals: These include the chemicals used to treat new carpets during manufacture, the chemicals released from old carpets when they’re cleaned, and the carpet cleaning chemicals themselves. We inhale carpet chemicals and also get them on our skin and clothes when we sit on carpets or walk on them in bare feet.

You can read more about the petrochemical troublemaker group in Liver Rescue, along with critical information on how to cleanse these toxins out of your body and heal from chronic illnesses, symptoms, and conditions in both Liver Rescue and Cleanse to Heal.

This item posted: 08-Feb-2021

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