BP Oil disaster-remedies for exposure to toxinsHello,
I recently heard on a late night talk show that there are homeopathic remedies one can take if exposed to the chemicals that have resulted from the so called 'clean-up' of the Gulf of Mexico.
Does anyone here know what they might be? One mentioned was Homeopathic Charcoal but there were three that were more specific to the chemicals being used there that people are being exposed to in the air they breathe and possibly in their bathing and drinking water.
Your answers should help millions of Americans as weather patterns move this poisenous air and water to other parts of the United States.
Of course BP is using the highly toxic Corexant 9500 one of their own products and I think as a result of the overhead spraying of this
chemical (over land as well which is really scarey) the Benzene and Hydrocloric Sulfide levels (I think this is the chemical I'm trying to think of..and there may be others) in the air are thousands of times above safe levels.I know the BEnzene levels are of grave concern and are at deadly levels.
There have been reports of toxic rains and locals have taken pictures of crops, grass and trees with spots that look like burn spots all over them.Farmers talk about having to throw out entire crops in YouTube videos I've seen.
The pollution has made hundreds if not thousands of Floridians sick. The complaints start out with flu like symptoms that only get worse. Initial exposure includes dizziness and respiratory problems. Later people can experience upset stomach, vomiting, diarrhea. Longer term people can experience central nervous system problems and sustain damage to blood, kidneys and liver according to Centers for Disease Control.
The ingredients in Corexit are as follows. First shown is the ingredient and second shown is what the ingredient is most often used in:
Skin cream, body shampoo, emulsifier in juice
Sorbitan, mono-(9Z)-9-octadecenoate, poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl) derivs.
Baby bath, mouth wash, face lotion, emulsifier in food
Sorbitan, tri-(9Z)-9-octadecenoate, poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl) derivs
Body/Face lotion, tanning lotions
* Butanedioic acid, 2-sulfo-, 1,4-bis(2-ethylhexyl) ester, sodium salt (1:1)
Wetting agent in cosmetic products, gelatin, beverages
Household cleaning products
Distillates (petroleum), hydrotreated light
Air freshener, cleaner
** Ethanol, 2-butoxy
Would homeopathic charcoal be sifficient or would other remedies also be needed and what would the dosages be?
Curious2 on 2010-07-17
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