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HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM THE PERFECT "ORGANIC" POISON


Shane Ellison M. Sc.
The People's Chemist
December 9, 2007
NewsWithViews.com

If it tastes sweet spit it out, it might be DEG – a deadly ingredient commonly found in cough syrup, toothpaste and even vaccines. So deadly, it single handedly gave rise to the FDA in 1938. But the self appointed watch-dog has failed miserably at protecting the public from this perfect “organic” poison. The New York Times recently showed that “Over the years, the poison has been loaded into all varieties of medicine.”

A perfect poison is hard to come by. Most taste so nasty that the victim spits it out upon tasting it. This isn’t the case with DEG. It tastes like maple syrup. Therefore, it is easily swallowed. Victims have no idea that their kidney’s are about to fail. That breathing will become exceedingly difficult. That paralysis will set in and life end rapidly – before the word “poison” even crosses their mind.

The CIA loves perfect poisons like DEG. And so do governments – so it seems. A Chinese health official allowed the drug industry to unleash it on the open market. He was eventually sentenced to death. The Panamanian government mixed DEG into 260,000 bottles of cold medicine. In the US, the FDA “warns” against it. But it is still found on the shelves of our grocery stores.

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Avoiding DEG can is as simple as reading labels. It is a cheap replacement to glycerin, which is commonly used in toothpaste, over-the-counter meds, vaccines as well as hair and skin products. If used, it is listed in the ingredient list – the fine print ingredient list. In general, if you can’t pronounce the ingredients listed on the back, don’t use it. But you can look for it listed as: 3-Oxa-1,5-pentanediol, Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)ether, 2,2'-Oxydiethanol, Diglycol, Dihydroxydiethyl ether; 2,2'-Dihydroxyethyl ether, Ethylene diglycol, 2,2'-Oxybisethanol, 2-(2-Hydroxyethoxy)ethanol.

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Shane holds a Master's degree in organic chemistry and has first-hand industry experience with drug research, design and synthesis. With his keen ability to sift through scientific literature and weed out fact from fiction, Shane has empowered thousands to assert their health freedom by saying "no" to prescription drugs. Learn more about his books Health Myths Exposed and The Hidden Truth about Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs.

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A perfect poison is hard to come by. Most taste so nasty that the victim spits it out upon tasting it. This isn’t the case with DEG. It tastes like maple syrup.