Researchers are now finding that the active ingredient in [tag]antimicrobial soaps[/tag] and personal care products causes nerve damage. This really isn’t surprising: I’ve been warning readers about this for years. The ingredient is called [tag]MIT[/tag] ([tag]methylisothiazolinone[/tag]), and it is found in antimicrobial soaps, hand soaps, dish soaps and a surprising number of personal care products. People buy these personal care products thinking they’re protecting themselves from infectious microbes. They think it makes them immune to viruses and bacteria that might be found in their bathrooms or kitchens, and thus they believe in the mythology of using antimicrobial soaps to create a sterile environment in their own homes.
This mythology has been promoted by the manufacturers of these products who, through clever advertising, propagate the distortion that bacteria on the kitchen counter and in the bathroom are responsible for making people sick. But the reality is that we don’t live in a sterile environment anyway: the only thing that prevents you from getting sick is a healthy immune system. We are exposed to bacteria and viruses literally hundreds of thousands of times each day. It is our immune system that takes care of these threats and keeps us safe, not antimicrobial soap……
……..It turns out that this active ingredient is chemically similar to [tag]Agent Orange[/tag]. That’s right, this was the Weapon of Mass Destruction used in Vietnam. And while it’s not accurate to say that there’s Agent Orange in your antimicrobial soap, there is indeed a chemical compound that’s similar in its function, purpose, and molecular structure. Is this something that you want to be coating your dishes with? How insane is that?
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