posted on Oct, 24 2009 @ 11:54 PM
I couldnt agree more as well...this si why, i have gone as natural as possible! I learned about whats in shampoos, shave creams, toothpaste,
mouthwash, soap of all things! I learned from www.cosmeticdatabase.com
you type in a prodcut, and it breaks downt he ingriedients, and a toxn level, and a list of wether or not cancer/tumors werre found in lab rat
tests. I was shocked! finding out about shampoo..sodium laurel sulfate, sodium laureth sulfater, olein, PEG's, cocoa EDTA, it goes on and on. Those
sodiums turns out, are engine degreesers! Thier used as foaming agents. Propelyne Glycol, common in deodorant..its a derivitve of engine coolant! and
the foresakin almininum used in anti persperent, it is easily and readily in fat, absord through the skin, as well as fluoride.
I do some of my shopping now, at www.mothernature.com becaue they accept money orders, speedy service!
I was talking with a freind at work last week. Years ago, he used to work as a temp plumber, worked in the sewers here. He told me, only like 60%
of watewater is actually fitlered and cleaned up. The rest, is simply flushed out a huge main pipe that goes into our local beach. This would explain
why in agust and september, yuo can see brown fluffy stuff flaoting where the water meets the sand: (
I got a nasty skin infection once, when i wa 12, swimming in that water. Never swimmed in it again. Another fgriend, his uncle used to work for
our city, in the 70's. Human solid waste, was seperated form water, collected, and sent for incinceration. They stoeed and now, we are the first
cuty! to try a new technolgy..turning human solid waste, its methane content, into electricity* We used to incincerate our garbage, north of here, but
a few years ago, our mayor singed a contract with some company in Ohio, where it all goes to a landfill. Great, more palstic and paper that probably
wont decompose, and if it does, will inf act, leak chemcials and palwstics into ground water, thierfore finding its way eventually to everyone else.
This made me re think using thsoe green corn bags..maybe its better, sad to say, to use full plastic bags instead of trash bags that decompose.
Their was an old landfill 2 weeks ago in our news, north here in city, a wooded residential area. Apparetnly 2 or 3 naty chemicals wee dtected
in the water. The ladnfill was used form 1930's to 1970's. all this time was leaking chemicals into local water supply!
The sad thing is, overall, the chemical they use in common shampoos, cleaners that we use on us, is what keeps the cost low, and so they can gain
profit.,.which i dont understand. Something perfectly natural, has minaml ingriedients..chemcial stuff has LOTS , TONS even of varietys of
ingreidients..yuode lthink the less ingriedeints would cost less!