The dose makes the poison
As with many things, the dose makes the poison.
Did you know how much toxins in the environment have increased in recent years? And do you realize what that can mean for you?
These toxins enter your body and are stored by the body's organs and cells. Many people feel this through numerous symptoms such as lack of concentration or itchy skin. This often leads to illnesses such as migraines and
gastrointestinal problems. Find out about these enemies in your body in our guide. Here you will find out where the enemies are everywhere
can be hidden. More importantly, we can tell you what you can do about it
Used to manufacture insulating materials and bleaching materials (perborates), structural steel alloy additive, fireworks/flare ammunition (green), crystalline boron and boron fibers for components with extreme strength and rigidity (helicopter rotors, tennis/golf clubs),
Brake and clutch linings, armor, bulletproof vests, nuclear applications, radiation protection clothing, rock wool, detergents (perborate), ceramic glazes, pesticides, wood preservatives, fertilizers, flame retardants for circuit boards, cosmetics industry
Contained in drinking water depending on the material of the pipes, cadmium (screws), plastics, dentures (pink colour), old dental metal, cigarettes, car exhaust fumes, glazed clay (drinking vessels), innards (especially kidneys), seafood.
Non-precious metal-containing bonding alloys in dental technology (ceramics), coatings in soot particle filters, in exhaust gas catalytic converters, phosphors in gas discharge tubes, as a contrast medium for nuclear resonance, flint in lighters, coatings in self-cleaning ovens, dyes in display tubes, polishing agents in glass processing, components in special glasses (UV protection, windshields)
Is a product of nuclear fission and was released into the environment in large quantities by the reactor accidents in Chernobyl and Fukushima. Also called 137CS and can cause various cancers through contact. Other sources: Radiation sources for medical applications in cancer therapy and food irradiation experiments contained in infrared transparent windows, lenses and prisms, power sources (thermoionic batteries), manufacture of photocells (especially for IR radiation) and photomultipliers, in clear plastic beverage bottles.
As a metal, toxic, carcinogenic, allergenic, as a trace element essential to life.
Made of stainless steel (up to 3.4% chrome), eyeglass frames, watch, dental alloys, hairspray
Body care products and cosmetics in general (especially eyebrow pencils, eye shadow), often used as pigments in paints and varnishes.
Water softener, leather (tanning agent), cookware, waste incineration. Chromium is released from RAS-infected baker's yeast and clostridia
Used in the field of rechargeable batteries, inhaled dust is classified as carcinogenic, allergies can be triggered by skin contact, metabolic disorders, chronic fatigue. Toxic load from dishwashing
and personal care products, mouthwash, aftershave, washing powder, blue paints, dental alloys
Carcinogen, allergenic, brain and nerve damage, liver damage.
Tooth fillings, contraceptive coils, cookware, water pipes, jewellery, coffee,
Excess copper hinders iron absorption; promotes renewed fungal attack by weakening the leukocytes. Involved in stomach problems, schizophrenia, tremors, cancer, leukemia and fertility problems, among others.
lanthanide. High-performance halogen lamps, special magnets, shielding material for nuclear reactors, capacitors, paints and varnishes
lanthanide. Food packaging, pills, photographic filters
lanthanide. Energy-saving lamps, color picture tubes (red), dental fillings
Lanthanide, contrast agent for magnetic resonance imaging, because of high toxicity in connection with
complexing agents; Iron and chromium alloys, dental fillings, color picture tubes (green)
Alloy addition in dental fillings.
Skin and mucous membrane damage, allergic tissue reactions
With thallium in dental fillings (impurity). As a chemical catalyst in PET (bottles) production
dental fillings. Allergies, kidney and blood damage
Hairspray, Nail Polish, Impurity in Pills, Alloy Additive
lanthanide. Additive in thin film alloys (CDs), mostly in the presence of PCBs
Dental alloys, sealing material, plain bearing coating. Alloy component in magnetic materials, thermometer filling, semiconductor technology.
(Dental) alloys, sunglasses UV protection layer, iridium compounds toxic, potentially carcinogenic (animal testing)
lanthanide. Computer and printer chemicals, electron tubes, glass polishing agents, fuel cell cathodes, accumulators, production of glasses with a comparatively high refractive index, which in turn changes only slightly with wavelength, for cameras, telescope lenses and eyeglass lenses, production of crystal glass and porcelain glazes. It replaces more toxic lead compounds while at the same time improving chemical resistance (improving resistance to alkalis, "dishwasher safe"), as an additive in carbon arc lamps for studio lighting and in film projection systems, increasing the growth of plants
Soldered connections from water pipes, sewage sludge, waste incineration, car exhaust fumes.
Carcinogenic, teratogenic, mood disorders, anxiety, loss of appetite, feeling of weakness, muscle pain, joint pain, numbness or tingling, anemia, insomnia, dizziness, nausea, cardiac arrest, brain and nerve damage, visual disturbances, epileptic seizures, mental changes, impotence, sterility, missed menstrual period, Bloating, colic, constipation, kidney damage, liver damage, bone marrow damage, bone changes.
Batteries, printer accessories, pyrotechnics (red), psychotropic drugs
lanthanide. Paints and varnishes, low toxicity
Alloy component in corrosion-resistant stainless steels, oxidizing agent in batteries.
Chronic intake of manganese through the respiratory tract as dust is toxic and leads to
Manganism: Disease of miners, employees of battery factories.
Motor disorders similar to Parkinson's disease, accumulation of manganese in the basal ganglia.
In contrast to Parkinson's disease, it is resistant to conventional forms of therapy (levodopa). Contact with permanganate can cause chemical burns.
mercury, contain 6 different amalgam alloys. Amalgam fillings, fish, drinking water, fruit & vegetables, thiomersal (cosmetics, medicines, contact lens solution, eye drops), city gas (especially used for cooking), sanitary napkins, cotton buds, dental floss, cigarettes, Ayurvedic remedies, energy-saving lamps, fluorescent tubes, mercury vapor lamps, batteries, mirrors, clinical thermometer; Emissions from coal-fired power plants, cement works, steel production, extraction of lead, zinc, copper and gold from ores containing mercury, production of chlorine, caustic soda and hydrogen. Supposedly no longer present in today's vaccines.
Inhaling and absorbing organic compounds through food (methylmercury) has a highly toxic effect. Rapid absorption (acute poisoning) leads to kidney failure. Within 24 hours it migrates from the connective tissue via the spinal cord into the brain, where it leads to the gradual chronic poisoning of the nervous system. (Depressions). Favors the absorption of other toxins (nickel, copper, formaldehyde, dioxin, etc.) mutagenic, teratogenic, brain and nerve damage up to complete destruction.
Alloy ingredient (strength, heat resistance), lubricant, automotive accessories.
Impregnating material for flame retardant fabrics. Slightly toxic
lanthanide. Strong magnets, magnetic resonance imaging, hard drives, loudspeakers, blue-violet coloring for glass, porcelain, enamel, sun protection glass, contamination in pills
Metal eyeglass frames, costume jewelry, belt buckles, dental fillings, stainless steel cookware, batteries, cigarettes, oatmeal, hydrogenated vegetable fat
Carcinogen, highly allergenic, likes to accumulate in the prostate, bladder, kidneys and adrenal glands, supports the growth of many bacteria (clostridia, fungi)
Special steels (piping, turbines), welding filler, body jewelry, contamination in pills, food packaging films
Causes skin and eye irritation.
Medical instruments, dental alloys, high proportion in "spar gold" for crowns, inlays, implants, white gold, jewellery, catalytic converters, electronic contact materials.
Can trigger depression.
Contained in fertilisers, desiccants, matches, base material for the production of flame retardants, additives, plasticizers and plant protection products; Phosphoric acid as an acidifier (cola drinks), preservative, buffer solution
Contained in dentures, medical implants, cancer chemotherapy (cytostatics, eg cisplatin, carboplatin), pacemakers, magnetic materials, contact materials, catalysts, fuel cells, heating conductors
Compounds highly toxic
lanthanide. Alloy component for high-strength metals (aircraft construction), alloys for permanent magnets, glass coloring (yellow), eye protection glasses (welding goggles, goggles), contamination in pills.
Alloy additive in super alloys, spray starch for laundry.
Tooth fillings, additives in platinum and palladium alloys, jewellery, heating coils, laboratory equipment, contact materials, plating materials for optical devices
Compounds are corrosive, highly toxic and carcinogenic
Will spontaneously ignite if exposed to air. Used in medicine as a pain reliever, sedative and to treat epilepsy. It forms an amalgam with mercury. Can be alloyed with various metals. Contained in firecrackers, dental fillings
Influences the concentration of neurotransmitters in the central nervous system - is discussed as an antidepressant.
Tooth fillings, jewellery, electrical switching contacts, alloy additives in titanium alloys.
Stains skin, accumulates in bones, highly toxic as ruthenium tetraoxide. Organometallic ruthenium complexes have tumor-inhibiting properties
lanthanide. Tooth fillings, therapy and pain therapy for bone and skeletal metastases, permanent magnets, magnetic materials for micromotors,
quartz watches, headphones
Tooth fillings, high-power mercury vapor lamps (stadium lighting)
Alloy additive, laser crystals, magnetic data storage
Dental Alloys, Jewelry, Cutlery, Food Dye, Coins, Electrical, Electronics, Photochemistry. Disinfectant, bactericidal, ceramics, refrigerator coating, antibacterial finishing of textiles, etc., in colloidal form universally antimicrobial internally and externally against candida, bacteria, blocking of enzymes, damage to the cell structure, argyria (irreversible gray skin discoloration), taste disorders, odor sensitivity, cerebral seizures
Toothpaste, water softeners, phosphors in television screens, pyrotechnics
storage in bones
High-strength alloys, medical implants, medical instruments, microelectronics connections possibly carcinogenic
Alloy component in, among other things, cast iron and stainless steel, ceramic production, photo-solar cells, storage disks
lanthanide. CD coating, semiconductor technology, fuel cells, fluorescent lamps,
Laser technology, contamination in pills
in the optical industry, fireworks, rat poison, contamination in amalgam fillings, disposable diapers, dental floss, cotton swabs, adhesive plasters
Toxic Metal. Leg pain, paralysis, hair loss, involved in ALS and MS
Radioactive, accumulates in the reticuloendothelial system (RES), carcinogenic.
Formerly used for gas lamp mantles, contrast media in angiography, eczema ointment radiotherapy for skin diseases, fuel in nuclear reactors, soil (dust)
lanthanide. Amalgam Fillings, Plastic Fillings, Drugs, Esters, Impurity in Vitamin C (Ester-C), Manufactured Foods, Household, Personal Care &.
Dietary supplements, neutron absorbers in nuclear power plants
Tin foil, solder, tin cans, braces, toothpaste, deodorants, denture cleansers, body care products, cosmetics
Non-toxic, some organic compounds are highly toxic (disinfectants, fungicides)
Implant material in medical technology and dental technology, dental bridges, dental metals, pyrotechnics, seawater-resistant components, prostheses, baby powder, spectacle frames, body care products, cosmetics, lipstick, sunscreen (titanium dioxide, also as nanoparticles),
Incandescent lamps, gas discharge lamps, kettles, toasters, electric hair curlers, hair dryers, corroded heating rods, glass-to-metal connections, sporting goods (arrowheads, throwing hammer heads) Considered non-toxic, mostly excreted in the urine, enters the blood plasma, erythrocytes, then deposited in the kidneys and bones .
Diesel fuel, gas leaks, candles, even unlit, stainless steel cookware, electric water heaters, petroleum
Vanadium and inorganic compounds are carcinogenic. Vandalism by inhaled
Dust: irritation of the mucous membranes, respiratory and intestinal diseases, green-black tongue discoloration
impurity in pills; Foil packaging, plastic tooth filling. Inlay cements, vitamin preparations, portable X-ray machines, alloys
Slightly toxic, eye irritation, teratogenic (foeterogenic) - embryonic bone malformations in animal experiments
Color picture tubes, alloys, magnets, spark plugs, contamination in pills, therapy of bone metastases
steel alloys, valves, pumps, pipes, fireworks, signal lights, deodorant,
Toothpaste; mouthwash, cosmetics, tea bags
flavored foods, cooking oils and fats, beverages, toothpaste, breakfast cereal, ice cream, skin cream, chewing gum, petroleum jelly products, vitamins and supplements, lubricants (including moistened condoms), cattle and poultry feed, flavored cat and dog food
often contaminated with Xvlol/Toluene; Decomposition product phenol causes pain (particularly arthritis, cancer) Benzpyrene (grilling, toasting, gratinating) slows down detoxification: causes immune deficiency.
Also methanol. Detergents and solvents, diet drinks, sweeteners, baby food, effervescent powder, herbal tea blends, coffee filters, body care products, cosmetics, mouthwash, toothpaste
Most poisoning occurs from drinking methanol in low-quality alcohol beverages. The methanol in the body is converted into formaldehyde by alcohol dehydrogenase and then into formic acid by aldehyde dehydrogenase. This is metabolized only slowly and can lead to acidosis. Formaldehyde itself denatures retinal proteins, which can lead to blindness.
Irritation of the mucous membranes, dizziness, headache, vomiting, visual disturbances, disorders of the liver / kidneys / nervous system, some changes in the blood picture, some carcinogenic
Isopropyl alcohol, also called 2-propanol or isopropanol
Solvents, extraction and purification of natural products (including herbal tea, decaffeinated coffee, vitamin and mineral supplements), mineral water, refined sugar, lemonade and fizzy drinks, fruit juice, animal and bird feed, breakfast cereals, antifreeze, disinfection, artificial nails, detergents, cosmetics, shampoo , hairspray and gel, mousse products, shaving products, mouthwash, lotions and ointments,
Anemia, heart problems, brain damage, impotence, sterility, insomnia, muscle weakness, liver damage, embolism, stomach and intestinal ulcers, teratogenic, muscle weakness Accumulation favors fluke diseases
It is a colorless substance that is gaseous at room temperature. It has a germicidal, preservative and disinfecting effect and is therefore contained in numerous products of life, also unfortunately in certain vaccines. Formaldehyde is harmful to health. It not only irritates the mucous membranes, but can also cause cancer in the nasopharynx area if inhaled.
Unfortunately, it is still produced in high quantities worldwide.
Base material for synthetic resins and glue, mattress foam, furniture, paneling, chipboard, carpeting, paint, textile and paper finishing. Books, insulating foam, car exhaust, cigarette smoke.
Methylbenzene, organic solvent, newspaper, paint, varnish, plastic, disinfectant in mineral water, cereal, flavored food, candy, toothpaste, mouthwash, personal care products, cosmetics, common as an impurity in benzene
Always with muscle wasting; also MS, ALS, Alzheimer's, also epilepsy
(a chlorofluorocarbon, CFC) Refrigerant for refrigerators, air conditioners, flavored foods, aerosol propellants, foam propellants, detergents and solvents
Weakening of the leukocytes (white blood cells), promotes fungal attack, is absorbed into organs and attracts other toxins (PCB compounds, glass wool, asbestos, metals)
Lindane is an insecticidal substance. In the past, it was processed together with PCP or DDT in wood preservatives, which is why the room air can be polluted in rooms with correspondingly processed materials. When exposed to heat, lindane decomposes into toxic degradation products that humans, depending on their genetic constitution, cannot break down and therefore have a carcinogenic effect.
Occurrence in retail mineral water, flavored foods, wood preservatives, often as an impurity in benzene
Always with muscle wasting; also MS, ALS, Alzheimer's
In coal tar; arises from the incomplete combustion of organic substances, e.g. in car and industrial areas, barbecue products
Carcinogenic, therefore do not use a charcoal grill or aluminum pans