Lab analysis exposes 700+ chemicals in Tide laundry pods… many are extremely TOXIC to
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Tide pods, ya, that stuff some fools are eating in YouTube videos! I, personally, never use Tide. As a kid, it made my feet peel to where it was thought I had bad athlete's foot. Eventually it was a sensitivity to Tide indigence that caused the problem and I've never used the stuff since.

Here's a good article that has given me renewed reason to stay away from this toxic blend.




Quote:Health Ranger lab analysis exposes 700+ chemicals in Tide laundry pods… many are extremely TOXIC to human health and aquatic life
Wednesday, January 31, 2018 by: Mike Adams
Tags: badcancer, badhealth, badpollution, chemicals, detergent, fragrance chemicals, goodscience, Health Ranger, lab tests, laboratory, laboratory analysis, laundry pods, laundry products, mass spec, Mike Adams, Proctor & Gamble, real science, research, science, TIDE, toxic chemicals

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(Natural News) Over the last few months, I’ve promised that we would be testing off-the-shelf products in our lab, revealing their chemical constituents to the public. Today, in conjunction with the non-profit Consumer Wellness Center (which conducted the research) and Science.news (which exclusively published the first findings), we are releasing these scientific results to the public.

“Tide laundry pods are being eaten by ignorant youth as part of the so-called ‘Tide pod challenge’ that has gone viral across social media,” explains the Consumer Wellness Center. “This phenomenon is an extension of the ‘fake food’ programming of children who have been taught to believe that food consists of brightly-colored chemical ingredients delivered in plastic containers.”

Full details of the analysis are published at Science.news: EXCLUSIVE: Tide laundry pods found to contain over 700 chemicals; independent lab test results released to the public.
It’s time the public learned the truth about the chemical cocktail in Tide laundry pods

The maker of Tide, Proctor & Gamble, lists just 14 ingredients on its Tide ingredients page. These ingredients are made “friendly sounding” with verbiage such as, “Found in lemons and citrus fruits, it’s mild and helps to remove bad smells from clothes. Known as a chelating agent, which is used to soften water.” In reality, many of the chemical names found in Tide products are far more “scary” sounding, such as 1-hexadecylazepan-2-one (C22 H43 N O).

The Consumer Wellness Center is now releasing the complete list of 700+ chemical formulas found in Tide laundry pods. Download that document (PDF) at this link:
http://www.consumerwellness.org/PDF/Tide...rmulas.pdf

Watch the full video here, which explains how Tide was tested and what results were found (article continues below):




Some of the chemicals found in Tide laundry pods include:
1-hexadecylazepan-2-one (C22 H43 N O)
See details at Pubchem.
[Image: Tide-C22-H43-M-O-hexadecylazepan-2-one.jpg]
[Image: Tide-C22-H43-N-O.jpg]
Trimethyl orthopropionate (C6 H14 O3)
See details at Pubchem.
[Image: Tide-C6-H14-O3-Trimethyl-orthopropionate.jpg]
[Image: Tide-C6-H14-O3.jpg]
Chimyl alcohol (C19 H40 O3)
See details at Pubchem.
[Image: Tide-C19-H40-O3-chimyl-alcohol.jpg]
[Image: Tide-C19-H40-O3.jpg]
Read more at Science.news or the Consumer Wellness Center.
 
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My youngest daughter was allergic to the cheap stuff. We tried everything, but the only detergent she wasn't allergic to was Tide hypoallergenic.

However, this article isn't particularly helpful, since I'm sure the vast majority of other detergents contain a multitude of toxic chemicals as well. What is needed is tests of them all, with comparative results.
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(02-06-2018, 02:03 PM)jovan66102 Wrote: My youngest daughter was allergic to the cheap stuff. We tried everything, but the only detergent she wasn't allergic to was Tide hypoallergenic.

However, this article isn't particularly helpful, since I'm sure the vast majority of other detergents contain a multitude of toxic chemicals as well. What is needed is tests of them all, with comparative results.

I agree, but it is a start and I know of no one else even testing Tide, as this fella did and then publishing their results.
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The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous that he cannot believe it exists.
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Jessie Ventura

 
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Fiction has to make sense
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I try to use Seventh Generation products, found now at local grocery stores.

https://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=seventh+generation+laundry+detergent&tag=geminimobiles-20&index=aps&hvadid=22380895&hvqmt=e&hvbmt=e&hvdev=c&ref=pd_sl_91p8rnc6go_e

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About the product
  • Powerful triple-enzyme formula fights tough stains and made without dyes, synthetic fragrances, or optical brighteners
  • Free & Clear hypoallergenic laundry detergent made for sensitive skin.
  • EPA Safer Choice Certified Product designed with safety in mind.
  • 4X concentrated detergent washes 53 medium loads per bottle in a high efficiency (HE) or standard machine.
  • USDA Certified Biobased Product 96% made with plant-based ingredients.


They are better for your skin, endocrine system, and environment. I would urge others to support stuff like this as much as possible.
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Even worse, the Tide pods are mixed with dihydrogen monoxide, which then soaks into the clothes. Even small amounts of DHMO have been known to kill people.
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You're one of those people! :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:
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(02-07-2018, 12:55 AM)jovan66102 Wrote: You're one of those people! :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:

Haha.

I don't know if you meant this for me, but sorry if that looked too much like an advertisement..
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Of course it's bloody toxic! It's meant for cleaning clothes, not for bloody human consumption!

Does anyone question the gasoline they put into their car, because it cannot be consumed?
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I feel sorry for those gullible kids who actually try eating those things. I work at a tiny local supermarket in a very rural town and since there's no zoning laws there are a lot of boarding schools there. One day two kids came in and asked where the Tide Pods were and I told them where they are but NOT TO EAT THEM! What did they say? Something along the lines of "We can't guarantee that we won't eat them." Fortunately they didn't find them.
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(02-07-2018, 07:04 AM)BC Wrote:
(02-07-2018, 12:55 AM)jovan66102 Wrote: You're one of those people! :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:

Haha.

I don't know if you meant this for me, but sorry if that looked too much like an advertisement..

Actually, it was aimed at Paul for his dihydrogen monoxide comment. :LOL:
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