PESTS THAT MAKE US SICK - PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
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This group of pests is extremely toxic to the central nervous system. Anyone with neurological sensitivities or similar symptoms is especially sensitive to them. There are too many petroleum products and it is practically impossible to avoid absolutely all of them. We can try to understand exactly which ones we encounter most often, to minimize our exposure when possible and take steps to heal and cleanse our bodies of the rest. Knowing what we are up against is an important step in being able to heal and support our body with what it needs. If we turn a blind eye to the pests we encounter, we deny ourselves the opportunity to heal ourselves and even prevent future illnesses.
Petroleum products include:
- Carpet chemicals
- Chemical solvents, solutions and agents
- Diesel fuel
- Machine oil and grease
- Exhaust gases
- Gas grills, stoves and ovens
- Lighter fluid
- Paint thinner
Let's take a brief look at some of these pests. Read more about each of these in Anthony William's book Help for the Liver .
Exhaust gas is the most common pest you encounter. Exposure to them occurs when you walk down the street, pick up a package from the courier's van while it is still running, get stuck in traffic on the way to work, pass a mowed lawn or mow your own, go to a restaurant for lunch, just when someone starts a car a few meters away from you, etc. Although carbon monoxide is deadly if someone is poisoned by it when there is insufficient ventilation for the exhaust gases, it is not the poison that enters the liver. It is the petrochemical particles in the exhaust itself that end up in the liver.
Imagine a world covered in dust too fine to see, inhaled and consumed by every creature on the planet. This is our world, and dioxins are this "dust". These pollutants, a byproduct of over 100 years of chemical plant abuse, end up in the air, water and food. Modern life is an embodiment of dioxin exposure.
Carpet chemicals include the chemicals used to treat new carpets during their manufacture, the chemicals released from old carpets when they are cleaned, and the carpet cleaning chemicals themselves. We breathe in carpet chemicals and they also get on our skin and clothes when we sit on carpets or walk on them with bare feet.You can read more about the group of petroleum products in Anthony William's book Help for the Liver . Information on how to clear these toxins from your body and heal yourself from chronic diseases, symptoms and conditions can be found in both Helping the Liver and Cleansing for Health .
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