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A long list of potentially harmful ingredients banned by the European Union are legally allowed in the U.S. and Canada due to historically relaxed regulations. As an example, scientific evidence related to the negative health effects of chemicals like LIMONENE (used to create lemon-like smells), has sparked public debate over whether these kinds of products are safe to use in the home and in commercial buildings, offices and hotels or institutional facilities, hospitals and day care. When used, LEMONENE produces another chemical, FORMALDEHYDE, which since 2011, has been listed as a human carcinogen. Yet, LIMONENE based products have remained on the market in the U.S. and Canada (Secret ingredients in Mr. Muscle, Glade and Toilet Duck unveiled over consumer health fears, The Telegraph, January 24, 2017).


Ever wonder how Mrs. Hughes kept Downton Abbey spic and span without so much as a squirt of bleach or disinfectant? She used gin, potatoes, tea leaves, rhubarb and other naturally grown foodstuffs, because that is the way things were done in the early 19th century. Only later did evidence emerge to suggest that germs cause disease, kicking off a war against them started by Clorox that has lasted until the present day. However, extinguishing germs has come at a cost.
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Manufacturers are not required by law to take protective action or to provide independent scientific proof to support the use of toxic ingredients in cleaning products and air fresheners. America, unlike Europe, has no laws to regulate use of chemicals.

Under the guise of protecting trade secrets, the major brands of cleaners and air fresheners have for decades added more powerful toxic chemicals to their products without adequately warning of the health risks. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) chronic pulmonary disease, or COPD, is the third leading cause of death in the United States after heart disease and cancer. COPD encompasses a number of diseases, including chronic bronchitis and emphysema.

Using chemical cleaners can harm a worker’s lungs as much as smoking a pack of cigarettes every day for 10 to 20 years. A 20-year European study of 6,600 occupations workers looked not at lung cancer like the tobacco studies, but at lung function – how well you are moving air in and out of your lungs. Efficient lung function is necessary to pump oxygen in the blood and carbon monoxide out. Diminished lung function is a sign of lung disease or future development of the disease and eventual death.

A study published by the American Journal of Respiratory and Clinical Care Medicine is the first known to assess occupational and household cleaning product exposure as it relates to the decline in lung function. Researchers theorize irritating chemical agents in cleaners and air fresheners, cause immunological changes unknown in the past.
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Prof. Microbe™ is the brainchild of American lawyer and entrepreneur, John Moore. It is 100% organic, food safe, powerful, earth friendly, people and pet safe all-purpose chemical-free, fragrance-free cleaner. The professor uses a combination of corn, baking soda, sugar, distilled water, and ‘food grade’ enzymes and microbes to digest dirt, food waste, grease and various contaminants. The enzymes are like ‘knives and forks’ cutting up the bad stuff into little pieces for the microbes to digest in the same way that food is broken down in our stomachs into harmless fatty acids. After cleaning up the dirt, food residue and grease with Prof. Microbe, just respray and let dry. The microbes remain on the surface for days, preventing harmful germs from growing back.

Microbes have many uses, including cleaning drains, pipes, grease traps, septic tanks, water treatment facilities and oil spills They have become an area of increasing technological research and development. In Europe, hospitals, public buildings, hotels, animal shelters, schools, train stations and restaurants often use them instead of disinfectants. A professional cleaning organization has confirmed their efficacy.

In the natural world, humans are far from being the foremost chemists. At least that is what Dr. Catherine Drennan, a professor of biology and chemistry at MIT said: Humans are really kind of boring in the chemistry that they do, we utilize microbes to do the cool stuff. We have discovered these microbes are living off the things that we want to get rid of. I love the idea of cleaning the environment the natural way.