87 Chemical Febreze: The fragrance glutton's deception.

The reason why this is at the Marian site is because selling a cauldron of toxins under
the guise of it being an organic wonder drug are the sins of killing and lying.  In fact,
the phenomenon of Febreze containing 87 chemicals is an instance where lying can
eventually kill.  Febreze is a severe asthma trigger.  Between 5,000 to 6,000 Ameri-
cans die from asthma each year, and approximately 250,000 die from asthma world-
wide.  Febreze is a notorious asthma trigger.  In as much, more children have asthma
than autism.  Therefore, the following is a moral issue that belongs at the Marian site.

The ingredients in Febreze include the Genotoxin/Mutagenic class, the Hepatotoxin
class (liver cell killers), the Carcinogenic class, the Neurotoxin class, Cell-mediated
allergens in the plural, Bronchoconstrictors in the plural, oxidative chemicals which
produce allergenic compounds when exposed to air, and Respiratory Irritants that
trigger shortness of breath in susceptible persons.

For those of you who have entirely missed the point and are too insensitive to under-
stand what's happening, it goes like this:  Thy shalt not kill.  When a person is suffo-
cating from an intrusive cauldron of chemicals, it's very bad manners to ignore the
person suffocating.  Actually, it's a sin.  Now, the repulsively-gaudy product known
as Febreze has triggered  violent of asthma attacks in susceptible persons.  It trigger-
ed nausea and headaches in others, as well.  In fact, one chemically sensitive woman
literally commented to me that Febreze was her worst nightmare.  Plus, a person suf-
fering from mesothelioma asked me for a copy of the chemical outline on Febreze, 
so that he could get his wife to stop suffocating him with it.  She was lead to believe 
that it was an organic product.

Causing violent asthma attacks while advertising your noxious product as an organic
one is a number of mortal sins combined.  American Catholics need to grow up and
get with reality.  Catholicism is not tinsel-town toxic gayness where one supplies ef-
feminate cardinals with pillow mints.  It's the religion where Patrick fasted 40 days on
Mt. Croagh (free of chemically noxious fragrance products that only the most pervert-
ed of his time would have the physical constitution to enjoy.)

Catholicism is not a matter of placing pesticided flowers on the altar of a homosexual
priest who had no intention of observing the vow of chastity taken at ordination.  Rath-
er, it's the religion where Francis of Assisi fasted 40 days on Mt. Alvernia (free of the
toxic mindset of a vain and frivolous society which actually is addicted to chemicals.)

Chemicals are linked to everything from pancreatic cancer to asthma to dermatitis to
liver damage to autism to hormone disruption to the breaking of chromosome chains.)
The love of those toxic chemicals is the love of creation-destroying substances.  Those
substances are sprayed throughout residences for the sake of vain frivolousness, and
in the frivolousness, it's a war cry against the God of creation.  In the name of spiffy
smells that nauseate real men and natural women, glitter-obsessed church ladies con-
tribute to the destruction of creation, including the hormone disruption of living beings.
But, first came the perverting of creation.  First came the perverting of people who
now get a thrill out of an 87 chemical cauldron, because only perverts would regard
a product containing 87 chemicals as something delightful.  It becomes neurotoxic in
due time.

This era which gets aroused by noxious chemical mixtures also gets a thrill out of
body piercings.  Yet, those who remember the days of being natural can gag it the
site of piercings.  The same people get headaches or nauseated at the smell of Fe-
breze.  Add to this tattoos.  Tattoos simply say that God didn't create mankind the
right way, so people had to add the tattoos.  Those of us who remember the days
when women were natural enough to not look for silicon enhancement find tattoos
to be a bit gross.  Gaggish, actually, mean that they make some start toward the
gag reflex.

Concerning the tattoo attraction, if a lady is attracted to a tattooed man, for the sake
of his tattoo, then she isn't attracted to the man, being that the tattoo isn't a part of
him, as is his hair, eyes, etc.  She should put the same tattoo on a shirt on wear it,
in order to understand what she is thinking.  The bottom line is that man with tattoos
today were regarded like men in uniform during WWII.

People who have an affinity for noxious chemicals which imperfectly imitate odors in
nature are people whose senses are perverted, and such a perversion is no different
than the perversion which occurs in things which politely won't be mentioned by name
here.  However, chemical fragrance lovers who look upon sexual deviates with arro-
gant self-righteous disdain are perverted too.  Plus, there are gluttons who has to suck
in the taste of food with every breath.  Yet, it's all chemical fakeness.  They have been

It is no accident that the age of rampant homosexuality in the clergy coincided with
rampant chemical toxicity in cities, residences, and the water supply; especially those
of the hormone-disruptor variety.   So, here is a preview of the disclosure of Febreze,
a product fraudulently presented as the most organic one in history  ...  of a product
presented as more organic than the forests and oceans that God created:

1] 2-ethyl-hexanol.  This chemical is a news article unto itself, in that
     it has been categorically identified as an indoor air pollutant which
     was found to activate a type of white blood cell which, in turn, pro-
     duces the major inflammatory mediator Interleukin 6.  Specifically
     speaking, 2-ethyl-hexanol activates the CD4+ cells.

    This ingredient is a testimony to the fraudulence and hypocrisy of the
    Proctor & Gamble Corporation.  Febreze is showcased as an effec-
    tive organic air cleaner, yet it contains a notorious indoor air pollutant.
    In sequence, 2-ethyl-hexanol has been implicated as a major player
    in Building-related Illness, otherwise known as Sick Building Build-
    ing Syndrome.  This Febreze ingredient is a menace   In fact:

     It has been reported that the number of people suffering 
     from occupational asthma and skin rashes triggered by 
    various chemicals in indoor air have increased markedly.  
    Two-ethyl-hexanol (2-EH) is known to be an indoor air 
    pollutant and its influence on health is of great concern.

     See:  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19038237

   Asthma symptoms may be related to increased humidity in con-
   crete floor constructions and emission of 2-ethyl-1-hexanol, an 
   indicator of dampness-related alkaline degradation of plasticis-
   er DEHP.  Now, it's very important for you to know that DEHP is a
   phthalate which comes from Febreze ingredient, 2-ethyl-1-hexanol.
   In fact, the specific offshoot chemical is known as Bis(2-ethylhexyl)
   phthalate.  The pertinence to this is that Febreze was showcased as
   a phthalate-free product.

           See:  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20146997

 2] Acetaldehyde.  This is the hangover chemical, as in alcohol abuse.
      It happens to be recognized as a cancer risk to the upper digestive
      tract.  Now, as far as concerns it being in fragrances, it's obstructs
      the airways.  Refer to:  Airway obstruction induced by inhaled
      acetaldehyde in asthma.


3] Benzyl Acetate.  Produces respiratory tract irritation.  The con-
      tinued exposure to ambient levels of this compound at 50 parts
      per million will cause kidney damage.  Cats have died from this,
      at 180 parts per million.  See:


     According to the University of Berkley, Benzyl Acetate is linked to
     pancreatic cancer, in addition to it being a respiratory irritant.   See:


 4] Hexadecane.  This is known as cetane, a diesel fuel additive.
 5] Trimethyl  Pentanyl  Diisobutyrate.   A nail polish plasticizer.
 6] Diethylene Glycol Monoethyl Ether.  An anti-freeze additive.

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