Keeping your nose clean

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Keeping your nose clean

Postby Paulo » 18 Jun 2010, 13:42

Thinking to myself of how one won't be ashamed (or seen) by protecting oneself from those deadly
chemicals flowing about, I thought - Hey, how about just getting cotton balls, or other?, and soaking
and drying out with activated carbon, and inserting into each nostril?

Then I thought to myself - Let's have a look on the net and see if there is anything out there with similarities, and walla: ... 10.shtml|p

PS My thoughts on cotton or similar insertions into nostrils are just thoughts. I'll try it myself and
feel how it is, and even how it sounds when I talk ;)

As always, use common sense

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Re: Keeping your nose clean

Postby Paulo » 23 Sep 2010, 16:48

Greetings, fellow earth and star gazers.

Believe it or not, this chemical bombardment is a harm to all creatures and
plantlife of this earth, including "just-us", and the many single celled that many
think are nobodies.

There is not much research I have done on how to avoid (which is a God given right)
these damaging chemicals pouring out and on to the atmosphere/hemisphere/oceans and so forth,
but quickly searching for answers I found good info.

Many of you are bogged down on life's ever coping struggles, so I take this small amount of
time to fill you in on a simple explanation of what we are having to deal with, with hope
that you can all focus on this vital reality - BLUE FLU CONTAMINANTS

Now, check this out:

Excellent Absorption:

*Amyl Acetate
*Amyl Alcohol
*Butyl Alcohol
*Butyl Acetate
*Calcium Hypochlorite
*ORGANIC carbon
*Diesel Fuel
*Dissolved Organic Compounds
*Dyes (such as Methylene Blue)
*Ethyl Acetate
*Ethyl Acrylate
*Foaming Agents (MBAS)
*Hydrogen Peroxide
*Hypochlorous Acid
*Isopropyl Acetate
*Isopropyl Alcohol
*Methyl Bromide
*Methyl Ethyl Ketone
*Odors (general)
*Oil - dissolved
*Organic Esters
*Oxalic Acid
*Sodium Hypochlorite

Fair/Good Absorption:

*Chloramine (only the Chlorine, zeolite needed for remaining ammonia)

*Calcium Hypochlorite
*Citric Acid
*EDTA (an organic chelator of metals such as iron)
*Ethyl Alcohol
*Ethyl Amine
*Ethyl Chloride
*Etyl Ether
*Lactic Acid
*Methyl Acetate
*Methyl Alcohol
*Methyl Chloride
*Organic Acids
*Organic Salts
*Potassium Permanganate
*Propioc Acid
*Propyl Acetate
*Propyl Alcohol
*Propyl Chloride
*Sulphonated Oils
*Tannins (such as Indian Almond Leaf extract)

*Tar Emulsion
*Tartaric Acid


WHAT CARBON CANNOT ABSORB (or absorption is poor):



*Carbon Dioxide









*Nitrates, nitrites, ammonia




*Lead, Iron and other heavy metals are removed only by adding a chelation process using EDTA,
an organic carbon molecule (then these metals can be readily removed)

This info comes from ... arbon.html
which not only has much info on activated carbon, but from what I gather, a future need to
step up aquaculture breeding, specially now. Kind of like saving seeds, and ourselves in the process.

By all means, do use DRY activated carbon for any living area you live, travel or work on. Use your
creativity, if need be, if you cannot afford any manufactured sold in stores or snail/mail order.
Hint: The intake of your venting system on your vehicle/s is behind the glove compartment, at least
from the few vehicles I have seen.

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Re: Keeping your nose clean

Postby Paulo » 01 Oct 2010, 11:52

Adapted from Your Naturally Healthy Home, by Alan Berman.

Houseplants are our often-overlooked helpers in ridding the air of pollutants and toxins, counteracting
outgassing and contributing to balanced internal humidity.

Find out which houseplants are our most effective allies in keeping your household air clean and pure.

It is suggested that one plant should be allowed for approximately 10 square yards of floor space, assuming
average ceiling heights of 8 to 9 feet. This means that you need two or three plants to contribute to good air
quality in the average domestic living room of about 20 to 25 square yards.

Research has shown that these 10 plants are the most effective all-around in counteracting offgassed chemicals
and contributing to balanced internal humidity.

Areca palm
Reed palm
Dwarf date palm
Boston fern
Janet Craig dracaena
English ivy
Australian sword fern
Peace Lily
Rubber plant
Weeping fig
Although many plants like light, they do not all have to be placed near windows. Many indoor plants originated in
the dense shade of tropical forests and have a high rate of photosynthesis. These are ideal for the home and can
be placed in darker corners. When positioning plants, try to strike a balance between light and ventilation because
the effect of plants on indoor air pollution appears to be reduced if they are set in a draft.

Read more: ... z117edP5FY

There is a wealth of scientific study into the beneficial effects of live plants in the interior environment including a
large NASA programme. For more detail of this and other independent research refer to:


Hearing from Michael Edward mention of the CELLFOOD supplement to better enhance oxygen levels,
I remembered a couple of days ago of reading an article a few years back, on high altitude climbing, whereby
there where studies conducted of Ginkgo vitamins helping.

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