One of the biggest toxic cover-ups..ever.
You’ve been lied to this whole time..
It’s time to reveal the truth..
Sometimes the most profound solutions to the greatest challenges we face in life are the simplest ones.
The technology that I’m going to share with you today is so simple..
It’s so amazing that it’s gone hidden for so long..
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In this video you’re going to see the one of the biggest toxic cover-ups ever perpetrated on the public.
And if you’re willing to make one simple, extremely easy to do, tiny change in your home..
You’ll see how you can do this too, and experience a drastic improvement in your health.
Because you’ll be eliminating one of the largest sources of toxicity in your life..
which you’ve absorbing..
Right through your skin, every-day.
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Does the magnetic laundry system work?
Magnets are fascinating. Imagine the amazement of the ancient Greeks who discovered that some naturally occurring stones, later named magnetite because they were found in a region of Greece called Magnesia, attracted iron.
In the 1800s physician Anton Mesmer had people hold onto magnetized rods to attract disease out of their body. Mesmerism, as his antics came to be called, often worked. The success of the treatment had nothing to do with the magnets, rather it was based on the belief of the patient. Magnets are great placebos. Today, magnetized bracelets can be purchased to energize the gullible. And you can buy magnetic laundry disks for insertion into washing machines to allow laundry to be done without the use of detergents. The claim is that the magnets ionize water and thereby increase its cleaning ability. Nonsense.
Advertising for these products often attacks commercial detergents accusing them of containing cancer causing chemicals and hormone disruptors. The claim is that the magnetic disks reduce health risks by eliminating exposure to these substances while also saving money since there is no need to purchase detergents. Furthermore, use of the disks prevents the release of toxic substances into the environment. That all sounds very “green.” References are given to a patent for the laundry disks, as well as to a study supposedly demonstrating their cleaning efficacy.
It is important to understand that the only requirement for obtaining a patent is novelty. In this case, since nobody before had the idea of putting magnets into a washing machine, the patent was not hard to get. When it comes to the patent, there is no need to show that the magnets actually do anything, just that their use in this context is novel. How about the study carried out by a testing lab that examined the cleaning efficacy? Technicians actually took bundles of clothes, washed them in a magnet equipped washing machine and demonstrated they came out cleaner than they went in. Surprise, surprise! Water is an excellent solvent and cleans remarkably well even without any detergent. The “study” had no control. That is, there was no comparison between laundering with just water and laundering with the magnetized water.
Is there any rationale that the magnets can actually do something? Water is diamagnetic, which means that it will be repelled by a magnet. But the effect is very, very, small. If a vial of water is placed on a piece of floating Styrofoam and a strong magnet is brought close, it will slowly move away from the magnet. An interesting phenomenon, but nothing to do with cleaning ability. But there is something about the advertising for the laundry disks that is not contestable. They are guaranteed to last for fifty years, a guarantee that is indeed safe since magnets do not rot. That is more than what can be said about the claims of their miraculous cleaning properties.
Do you love the mountain rain and spring blossom smell of your laundry detergent? Well, that wonderful scent is most likely carcinogenic and is there to cover the smell of petrochemicals.
According to the University of Washington, your laundry detergent releases banned cancer-causing chemicals that may be affecting the health of you and your family. On July 23rd, 2008, a study was performed. What they found is that 99% of laundry detergents release cancer-causing chemicals that are legally hazardous and toxic by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).
Most of them were NOT on the label. These chemicals are so toxic…
They are a major ingredient in pesticides. They are used to kill insects.
They are extremely harmful to your body because they imitate the hormone ‘estrogen’
When these artificial hormone like chemicals get into your blood stream through your skin, they may start to cause serious damage to your body.
The Journal of Pesticide Reform shows strong evidence that these chemicals cause severe damage to heart and muscle function.
PLEASE STOP: Do not do another load of laundry until you watch our video above.
- Toxic chemicals found in common scented laundry products, air fresheners. Published by Hannah Hickey from University of Washington. [link]
- Nonyl phenol and related chemicals. Published by Caroline Cox from The Journal of Pesticide Reform. Spring 1996, Vol. 16, No.1. [link]