Chemicals At Home: Exploring Ingredients in Everyday Products

Every home should have a medicine cabinetChemicals At Home: Exploring Ingredients in Everyday Products

When spring comes, nature gets to work making millions of different chemicals. Some are beneficial some are dangerous, some smell nice and some awful, some heal and some harm, some are essential and some are superfluous.

If you appreciate what makes the life healthier, cleaner, longer, colourful and safer then, please read all the series of blogs. You will discover chemistry at home, just what these substances are and what they do for us.

If you worried that they might still present a risk to health, then be reassured that testing is now so through, and approval for use so difficult to obtain, that nothing is included that might pose a risk to anyone except a few rare individuals.

Morden house hold products are safe to use and they create a home that we can take pleasure living in.

So what that ingredients in other things we buy and use? Their names means little or nothing to most people and that’s the reason of writing this blog. The ingredients listed in a product label provide information that needs interpreting that we are to understand why they have been included.

Every home should have a medicine cabinet

Every home should have a medicine cabinet, which needs to be out of the reach of children, these are of everyday problems of headaches, eyes, coughs, colds, aches and pains, spots cuts sore eyes.

Pain relief: there are three popular pain killing chemicals that can be obtained over the counter and these are aspirin, paracetamol and ibuprofen. ibuprofen is a good anti-inflammatory, paracetamol is good pain killer, but aspirin can do both. The best cure for muscle and joint pain is ibuprofen., which suppresses excess arachidonic acid that is the cause. Aspirin is recommended as immediate treatment for someone who is suffering stroke or heart attack because it restores blood flow by thinning the blood.

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Author: vinita bhandari


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