Antibacterial Soap….a REAL KILLER!

Antibacterial Soap

How about a little nerve toxin in your soap? That’s what’s found in antibacterial soap. It’s a toxic cocktail of chemicals designed to kill life. That’s how it kills bacteria. The problem is that it also harms people – especially infants and children who are trying to develop healthy nervous systems. Avoid all products claiming to be “antibacterial.”
Consider high acid Kangen Water. Levels can be adjusted down to 2.5 pH…proven to kill ALL germs and bacteria on contact. It doesn’t get any greener than that!

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Using anti bacterial soap is very essential. That’s why it is highly recommended to have them anywhere in your house so as to avoid any diseases. However, there have been many brands of anti bacterial soap which are being manufactured nowadays, and it’s confusing me whether all of these are stating fact about its product. I would appreciate if you would discuss in here this topic. Thank you again for this very informational post you have shared with us. It has greatly helped me alot to better understand anti bacterial soaps.

    1. h2orevival says:

      Correction…killing harmful bacteria is essential…antibacterial soap is not. Antibacterial soap is not the “healthy” or “green” way to kill JUST bacteria. These products are toxic. Strong acid 2.5 pH water will kill ALL harmful bacteria and germs including MRSA, eColi, Salmonella, AIDS, etc. within 30 seconds of contact. What we need is a medical grade water ionizer readily available to kill harmful germs and NOTHING else. The Japanese use 2.5 pH water in their hospitals to sterilize surgical equipment (and much more). Since they’re #1 for health and longevity in the world, I think that we have a few GREEN things to learn from them. Thanks for your input!

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