原创 Anjani 蜂鸟健康TheHummingBird 2021-12-01 07:36
过去，纸币闻起来是纸币的味道，然而今天至少在美国，美金纸币的味道已被杀菌剂取代。没有人了解这一点，因为没有人谈论它。如果你注意到提款机取出的现金闻起来有异味，一般人只会认为银行开始给钱喷上香水，实际上香味是杀菌剂的味道，如果注意的话，可能还会有点刺鼻。如果味道特别强烈时，甚至可以让人感觉胸口发紧。 化学公司正在以某种方式向各大机构和公司灌输杀菌剂的使用，甚至说服政府在纸币上使用杀菌剂。服装是一个巨大的产业，大量使用杀菌剂。今天几乎所有的衣服都有杀菌剂，然而却没有人知道。你不会知道你闻到的味道是杀菌剂，你不会知道新衣服会让我们暴露在杀菌剂的影响之下，你不会知道这如何影响我们的健康。你仅仅会以为新衣服有某种味道而已。 杀菌剂具种类似香水的气味。如果使用香水、古龙水或香体喷雾；如果穿用传统洗衣产品（带着香味）洗过的衣服；如果家中、汽车或工作场所中有空气清新剂；或者活在化学气味包围中，一个人未必会注意到杀菌剂的味道。这些气味会破坏一个人的防御机制，即嗅觉。例如，如果和朋友一起购物，而朋友使用香水或古龙水，那你将无法闻到试穿衣服上的杀菌剂气味。当在生活中去除周围有毒气味：诸如传统洗涤剂和织物柔软剂、空气清新剂、香薰蜡烛、香水和古龙水时，你会开始注意到周围的味道，嗅觉开始变得敏锐，你会注意到刚从自动取款机里出来的钱或新买的衬衫都被喷撒了杀菌剂。 我们被剥夺了生命选择权。化工业巨头学会了如何不为人知地出售化学品，如何在我们不质疑的情况下让这些化工产品进入社会，让我们在不知情的情况下深受其害。与此同时，我们一再被告知我们拥有自由选择，在这个领域，事实并非如此。 杀菌剂是我们面临的最危险的毒素之一吗？是，因为杀菌剂含有大量的铜，这是一种有毒重金属，也是导致湿疹和银屑病背后的原因之一。你是否注意到现在湿疹和银屑病的大规模爆发？大多数人在生命的某个阶段都会发展出某种皮疹。 杀菌剂在新衣服上的含量足以强到让儿童或成人抱怨头痛数周去看医生，但没有人会想到问题源头是新衣服上的杀菌剂。当生活已经足够艰难时，杀菌剂会使生活变得更加困难。它们会进入大脑和身体，主要是进入肝脏，损伤细胞，破坏身体的免疫系统，并成为病原体的诸如60多种EB病毒变体和其他病毒的食物，甚至导致癌症（因为极具攻击性的病毒变体是癌症背后的部分原因，另一部分原因是体内大量喂养病原体的毒素）。 化学公司已经将杀菌剂推向了许多不同的行业和产品，然而却没有人了解其中的危害。他们替我们做了决定，我们没有发言权。但我们可以尽量避免使用杀菌剂，帮助我们的健康。只有了解真相才能避免杀菌剂，如果不了解杀菌剂的那种香水味，且不知道杀菌剂出现在哪里，很难避免它们。 我们需要注意什么？首先杀菌剂被推销用于制造纸币，还被用于服装行业，被卖给了材料和服装制造商。体育用品、全新家具、纸箱现在都被喷上了杀菌剂，纸制品也有杀菌剂的味道，杀菌剂同样被用于汽车内饰上、水瓶外面，甚至干洗也可能是基于杀菌剂的。我们最终也会在食物中摄入，因为杀菌剂同样被喷撒在某些作物上。 插墙空气清新剂中充满了杀菌剂。空气清新剂中化学香味的潮湿和油性特质意味着其雾气会覆盖家中的每件物品，包括墙壁和天花板，如此强烈，甚至可以进入墙壁并浸透其中，有时会一直渗透到围墙中，一个人可以从屋外闻到空气清新剂的味道。这些有毒的化学成分还会在墙中吸收水分并滋生霉菌。讽刺的是，杀菌剂原本旨在防止霉菌和其他真菌的生长，然而恰恰相反，杀菌剂会导致更强大的霉菌生成，这些霉菌会发生变异并且对杀菌剂产生抵抗性，这将使得霉菌永远不可能被消除。这也是为什么需要立即停止使用空气清新剂的另一原因。 杀菌剂在生活中无处不在，且这张清单每天都在增加。在日常生活中，我们可能会开始注意到其他来源中杀菌剂的有毒香味。有时我们可以避免，有时我们不可避免也许会收到喷洒了杀菌剂的包裹，或者在有香味的酒店房间里过夜。
这就是为什么我们需要净化的原因，因为我们无法控制完全不接触工业污染。请尽最大可能减少接触。如果家里有空气清新剂、香薰蜡烛等，请将它们从家中去除。新衣服请先洗涤后再穿；买新家具时，请在上面铺一条毯子几周时间，以吸收最糟糕的杀菌剂，然后把毯子取下来洗几次。诸如此类的步骤是我们在这个世界上新生存方式的一部分。 369净化疗愈法是有效去除体内深层的农药、除草剂和杀菌剂的方法，同时以下花草茶对于去除深层的农药、除草剂和杀菌剂也很有帮助，请将等量的牛蒡根(burdock root)、红花苜蓿 (红三叶草red clover)、柠檬马鞭草(lemon verbena)(可以是干的散装或者新鲜的花草，或者茶包）和生姜(ginger)混合均匀。取一汤勺的花草混合物用热水浸泡一杯茶。
There was a day when cash money smelled like cash money. You can probably still remember from childhood the distinctive paper smell of a five-dollar bill—the smell of green. In the U.S. at least, that smell has been taken over by fungicides. We’re not supposed to realize this. No one’s supposed to know anything about it. And you’d never know, because no one talks or writes about it. If you noticed that your cash from the ATM smelled different, you’d only think that the bank started adding a scent or perfume. That scent is the scent of fungicide, and if you pay attention, you’ll find it gives your nose a little sizzle. When it’s particularly strong, it can even make your chest tight.
Chemical companies are somehow indoctrinating institutions and corporations into using fungicides on products of all kinds, even government products such as paper money. Clothing is a huge industry and another example of fungicide use. Most clothing today is laced with fungicides—again, no one would know. You wouldn’t know that’s what you’re smelling, you wouldn’t know that you’d been exposed, and you wouldn’t know how it could affect your health. “You’d just think some sort of scent got into your new sweater from the store or warehouse, if you even noticed it, and you’d go about your day.
Fungicides have a perfume-like scent. It may not have registered if you wear perfume, cologne, or scented body spray; if you wear clothes laundered with scented products; if air fresheners are present in your home, car, or place of work; or if you otherwise live surrounded by synthetic scents. These scents can sabotage your defense mechanism: your sense of smell. If you’re shopping with a friend, say, and that friend is wearing perfume or cologne, you’re not going to be able to smell the fungicides on the jacket you’re trying on. It’s when you eliminate the smells around you that are toxic—the conventional detergents and fabric softeners and the air fresheners, scented candles, perfumes, and colognes—that you start to notice the fragrances around you. Your sense of smell becomes sharp, and you register that the money that just came out of the ATM or the shirt inside the package that just arrived is laced with fungicides.
Life choice is taken away from the human race when it comes to this sort of chemical warfare. Chemical giants have learned how to sell their chemicals and keep it quiet, how to get their products into mainstream society without us questioning it, leaving us to be poisoned without our knowledge. Freedom of choice is gone—at the same time we’re repeatedly told that we have control over our choices. In this area, it isn’t always true.
Are fungicides one of the worst exposures we’re up against? Yes, they actually are. Fungicides contain a tremendous amount of copper, a toxic heavy metal partially responsible for everybody’s eczema and psoriasis. Have you noticed the explosion of eczema and psoriasis nowadays? Most everyone is developing it at some point in their life.
And fungicides can be so strong on manufactured clothing that they send a child or adult to the doctor with complaints of headaches for weeks, with no one able to trace the problem back to that source. Fungicides make life more difficult when life is already tough enough. They get inside our brains and bodies, mostly inside our livers, and denature cells, which weakens them. They break down the body’s immune system defenses and serve as food for pathogens such as the over 60 varieties of Epstein-Barr and other viruses, even bringing us closer to a possible cancer diagnosis in the future because certain aggressive strains of certain viruses are partly responsible for cancer.
Chemical companies have slid fungicides into so many different industries and products without telling the wider world. They make decisions, and we don’t get a say. Instead, we can try to avoid fungicides with all our might, and it’s very helpful to do so. The only way to do that is to become aware. It’s hard to avoid them if we don’t start to pay attention to that perfume-y scent, and if we don’t know where fungicides can appear.
Where do you need to watch out? Well, we know it’s on paper money, so apparently it was sold to the government. We know it’s often on clothing, so apparently it’s been sold to material and garment manufacturers. Sporting goods can be laced with fungicides, brand-new furniture can be laced with them, cardboard boxes can now be coated with them, paper goods can smell of them, they can be applied to car interiors, they can be on the outsides of water bottles, and now dry cleaning can even be fungicide-based. We end up eating them in our food too, since fungicides are used on some crops.
Plug-in air fresheners are also filled with fungicides. One reason why is that the moist, oily nature of chemically scented plug-in air fresheners means their mist coats every item in a home, including the walls and ceiling. They’re so strong that they can even get inside walls and saturate them, sometimes seeping all the way through perimeter walls so that you can smell the air freshener from outside the house. This coating can trap moisture and breed mold. Fungicides are meant to help prevent mold and other fungus from growing in people’s houses as a result, which would seem like a worthy use of fungicides. Quite the contrary. Fungicides can create stronger molds, ones that mutate and can become immune to fungicides, making the mold impossible to stop. It’s yet one more reason of many why use of air fresheners should be terminated.
The fungicide applications we’ve covered are not exhaustive, because the list is growing every day. You may start to notice the noxious perfume and nose sizzle of fungicides from other sources in your daily life. Sometimes we can avoid them, sometimes we can keep those items out of our lives entirely, and sometimes we can’t help that a fungicide-coated package was delivered or that we’re staying overnight in a scented hotel room.
That’s why we cleanse—because we don’t have full control over every exposure and every way that industries pollute us. Do control what you can. If you have plug-in air fresheners, pull them out of the wall. Wash new clothes before wearing them. When you buy a new piece of furniture, put a blanket on it for a few weeks to absorb the worst of the fungicides, and then “remove and wash the blanket several times. Small, thoughtful steps like these are part of your new survival system.