Tricolsan: Poison in Anti-bacterial Cleaners

Overuse of anti-bacterial cleansers in hospitals and homes, and overuse of anti-biotic drugs and steroids, has led to the development of anti-biotic resistant super-bacteria.

Now we find that the antibacterial drugs themselves have their own very dangerous side affects.

Triclosan is so prevalent that a survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found the chemical present in the urine of 75 percent of Americans over the age of 5.

Several studies have shown that triclosan may alter hormone regulation in laboratory animals or cause antibiotic resistance.

Another issue are the perfumes added to these things. Synthetic perfumes are petroleum by-products, and are also carcinogenic and alter hormone function.


My favorite brand. I use this product in my clinic. Kills staph and strep and all the major bacteria the chemical boys do.

I use this one for mopping and counters. Really cuts grease. Save on use of plastic. Buy this, instead of the spray bottle, and use with a sponge or scubber. Dilute in water in a bucket or bowl. Use clean rags instead of paper towels

Grapefruit seed extract is a potent anti-fungal, antibacterial.
Add to natural spray cleanser to for fungii. Apply directly to kitchen mold, scrub undiluted, let sit.

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