Which poison is yours today?
Chemicals can build up in our system and give us reactions from just feeling poorly to major reactions. These chemical buildups can come from one major source of contact with a chemical or from many different sources.
Many people are sensitive to chemicals. Some know it and try to avoid them, some don't know it and wonder why they are always feeling unwell. Some people only feel really bad when they go into or near certain places or do certain jobs.
Chemicals can cause a quick reaction or build up in your system until your body can take no more. Then you may react in a big way or you may just feel worse than you usually do. Every person is different.
Canaries Are Sensitive To Chemicals
Some people have a strong immune system while other people are the canaries in our society. Years ago the miners working the mines used to take canaries in cages with them into the mine. When the buildup of gases rose to dangerous levels the canaries died and the miners knew it was time to get out quickly. People with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) are like these canaries.
The general society is unaware that they are being bombarded every minute of every day and night with chemicals in their atmosphere.
When people are sensitive to chemicals their immune system is lowered and they
tend to suffer from allergies and intolerances.
Hidden Chemicals Can Be Anywhere
Which Poison Is Yours Today?
These are only a very few of the places you can find chemicals. They touch the lives of all us in Western society. It is best for our health if we can minimise the use of them as much as possible.
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I am a trained Natural Therapist, Teacher, published Author and Artist who lives on the south eastern coast of Australia.
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