A paper published in 1982 by FASE, the Foundation for Advancements in Science and Education, cites that more than four million distinct chemical compounds have been reported in writings since 1965; with 6,000 new compounds being added to this lengthy list on a weekly basis. Human exposure to these chemicals occurs both directly and indirectly, with up to 70,000 of these chemicals currently commercially produced. Furthermore, at the time of the writing, 3,000 chemicals were deliberately being added to foods, and upwards of 700 had been identified in drinking water.
The paper further noted that in addition to the many thousands of chemicals to which human beings are being exposed, there is also the direct exposure to pharmaceutical and recreational street drugs which is considerable.
In laymen’s terms, the nature of these chemicals leads to them being accumulated in the lipid (group of naturally occurring fats or fat-like substances) deposits throughout the body; especially in the adipose (fatty) tissue.
Moreover, the article cites that more than 400 chemicals had been identified to that date (1982) in human tissues; further detailed as 48 found in the adipose (fatty) tissue, 40 chemicals in milk, 73 chemicals in the human liver, and more than 250 chemicals in the blood plasma (pale-yellow liquid component of blood).
Noted was the fact that while the nature of the chemicals found in the adipose (fatty) tissues were diverse, they tended to reflect chemicals which were “biologically persistent”( persisting in the life form); or were frequently used chemical materials such as PCB (a family of highly-toxic, perhaps cancer-causing compounds), DDT (one of the first chemicals in widespread use as a pesticide, now banned in the U.S.), dioxin (environmental pollutants generated as undesirable by-products in the manufacture of disinfectants and herbicides), nAlkanes (found in gaseous fuels such as butane, methane and propane; derivatives are used in hundreds of products—drugs, detergents, cosmetics, paints, plastics, insecticides), PCP (intravenous anesthetic developed in the ‘50s; now an illicit street drug), and THC (the main mind-altering active chemical in marijuana.)
Concerns for Human Health
The paper notes that chemicals stored in adipose (fatty) and other body tissues “pose a continuing physiological and psychological threat” to the health of human beings, citing some of the diseases to have known association to dioxin, PCB, and PCP (Angel Dust). A concern over exposure to the defoliant, Agent Orange, during the Viet Nam war is also cited.
Moreover, such exposures to chemicals making long-term, significant health effects likely, the need for detoxification of xenobiotics (foreign chemical substances found within an organism; often used in the context of pollutants) takes on increasing importance to health and wellbeing.
Sauna Detoxification Program
The research paper notes that “a detoxification regimen has been found to be safe for use” by persons exposed to medical recreational (abused) drugs, patent medicines, and occupational and environmental chemicals.
The Detoxification Regimen used in the research study consisted of seven components:
- Physical Exercise
- Forced sweating in a sauna at 140-180 degrees for 2.5 to 5 hours per day; with short breaks for cooling down.
- A program of nutritional supplements
- Water, salt and potassium as needed to avert dehydrations.
- Polyunsaturated (Allblend) oil
- Calcium and Magnesium supplements
- A regular daily schedule with adequate sleep and a balanced diet.
This Detoxification Regimen was followed daily over the course of about three weeks, until which time the person realized subjectively that point at which his body was “free from impurities.
Results in Specific Medical Conditions
The FASE paper cites the exact results in specific medical conditions achieved through the Detoxification Regimen, and an overview is highlighted here:
- A reduction of blood pressure in patients with high blood pressure
- A lowering of cholesterol level.
- Improvements in psychological test scores, including an increase in IQ.
- An measurement on the HMMPI (High Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory) which “suggests hope for sociopaths”—a group noted to have scores not improved b the NIMH (National Institute for Mental Health) or the inpatient programs of the Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act
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