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The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
http://thehumanexperimentmovie.com/

Just caught this doc on Netflix a few days ago and it really made me think about this again even though it had always been in the back of my mind.

The chemicals we're exposed to cause cancer, disease, autism, all kinds of physical and mental problems. One thing the movie doesn't even touch on is all the endocrine disruptors in these chemicals (particularly BPA, which the film describes in great detail) which are feminizing men at an alarming rate (that's one reason why there's so many bitch-ass males out here today).

The companies that make these chemicals don't care, are actively fighting any attempts at change, and are using the same evasive tactics that the cigarette companies used back in the day.

All we can do about this is be informed consumers and change our own habits. We can never get rid of all the household chemicals in our lives, but little changes do make a difference. I already use a green dish soap and I know after seeing this movie I'll be looking into replacing my deodorants, colognes, household cleaners, and other such items with green alternatives. I just have to find some that don't make me smell like a hippy cause fuck that.
02-17-2016 05:39 PM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
Everyone who is using self made household items is welcome to post their recepies, I know they generally involve baking soda and coconut oil, but I would like to hear a tested formula.

I am still fallowing the old advice of Roosh to use no shampoo and use baking soda as deoaderant, but it's really time to make the next step and start using more natural ingredients for household cleaning too.
02-18-2016 09:44 AM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
I don't use any cosmetics at all, no deo, no hair care stuff, no skin care stuff no nothing. Maybe coconut oil on occasions but that is about it. I also moved out of the UK so no more GMO packed live stock.

However something I have not moved away from due to lack of an alternative is household stuff too, stuff off the top of my head:

-Washing up liquid (important you eat off this stuff daily).
-Laundry chemicals like fabric conditioner and washing up tablets.
-cleaning products like bleach, anti bacterial sprays etc...

If anyone has good alternatives to what I've listed above I would like to hear it, especially washing up liquid because that was been on my mind for awhile.
02-18-2016 11:02 AM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
Pesticides are awful for people. They make more organic, human friendly alternatives one can use in the home.

Do you know where modern day pesticides came from? Nazi concentration camps. They're basically diluted derivatives of what, during WWII, was used to cause neuromuscular / cario vascular failure in the "showers" of the concentration camps.

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02-18-2016 02:23 PM
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I have been composting kitchen waste, including pulp from juicing. Curious about the life cycle of these pesticides. Lets say some vegetable had a lot of pesticides, I put it in my compost, now are the new plants going to be significantly contaminated from growing in that soil?

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02-21-2016 12:51 PM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
Stopped using shampoo at age 16,turning 30 this year.
Never used deo or perfume.

Cofee grounds are a good alternative to detergent for dish washiing I learnt whilst working in a farm

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02-21-2016 01:52 PM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
Vodka, water and some sort of essential oil, mixed in a spray bottle, is what is use for a room freshener.
02-22-2016 12:41 AM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
I don't use soap, shower gel, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, cologne or any other kind of chemical.

Wash with water.

Brush teeth with water.

Eat / drink naturally.

My skin is soft and blemish free. My hair is thick and healthy (not oily)

My teeth are white.

Try it out.

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02-22-2016 05:36 AM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
Plenty of articles like this out there detailing the many uses of bicarb. soda. :

http://www.care2.com/greenliving/51-fant...-soda.html
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02-22-2016 10:00 PM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
You can also use coffee grounds as a scrub, although I wouldn't do it during the day before you're going to work if you're pale as you may look slightly jaundiced given the shade of the grounds. Use them before bed and you'll be able to soften your skin significantly.
02-23-2016 11:11 AM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
(02-18-2016 09:44 AM)Mage Wrote:  Everyone who is using self made household items is welcome to post their recepies, I know they generally involve baking soda and coconut oil, but I would like to hear a tested formula.

I am still fallowing the old advice of Roosh to use no shampoo and use baking soda as deoaderant, but it's really time to make the next step and start using more natural ingredients for household cleaning too.

I use Dr. Bronner's castle soap for bodywash since it's bullshit-free but that's all I do. I tried the no-poo/baking soda deodorant route when I was 16ish but I didn't last 2 weeks.

Was there a 'detox' period before your hair/skin normalized?

Also how do other people perceive your smell now? How do women respond to it?
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02-24-2016 05:53 AM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
For pest control I have completely eliminated those toxic sprays and now just use borax. The insects step on the borax, lick it off themselves, and then die. I put the powder around the perimeter of my house and in a few selection locations and it is now insect free. Borax is naturally occurring and also has tons of other uses including clean.

I would love to hear some more natural options for soap, shampoo, toothpaste, etc.
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06-21-2016 03:08 AM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
I'm wary of household chemicals, I use natural products where I can, but have you ever tried to wash without soap? It hardly does anything. Plus unless you have long hair, your hair will get pretty greasy if you keep it short and don't wash it with anything.

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06-22-2016 01:43 PM
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RE: The Human Experiment - get red-pilled about household chemicals
Natural cleaners - white vinegar, ammonia, ethanol
Dishwashing detergent - TSP (get at hardware store in the paint section)
Ants, cockroaches - Borax/Boron/boric acid
Spiders - Peppermint oil
Homemade laundry detergent - fels naptha + washing soda + borax
Mild disinfectant - lemon juice
Water purification - calcium hypochlorite
06-28-2016 11:19 AM
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