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Thread: is plastic bad?

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    templefist Guest

    is plastic bad?

    i read somewhere that it is bad to keep dit da jow in a plastic container. does anyone know if this is true? i keep all of mine in glass jars, but a plastic squirt bottle would be nice to use. thanks for the help.

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    origenx Guest
    This is just a hunch, but I believe a lot of the premature female overdevelopment (Britney Spears, anyone?) and male underdevelopment (raging runts) seen in kids these days is due to estrogen-mimics leaching into our food thru increased use of plastic food containers. So I try to avoid them when possible just to play it safe.

    (If you don't hear from me in a week, please have the police investigate the Plastics Industry.)

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    TjD Guest
    i think britney spear's overdevelopmentS were due to something called breast implants

    altho these are also plastic, and can be just as evil :)


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    dunbarj01 Guest
    How pharmaceuticals (or any packed product such as food) is stored is important. In some cases the contents can react with its packaging. I think the worst choice would be a spray bottle because the spray applicator contains a metal spring in the housing and if this is in contact with the Jow. A simple glass bottle is less reactive but glass is actually alkaline. Glass can be neutralised by soaking in 0.1 N HCl. Using plastic depends upon which type of plastic you are using. Low density Polyethylene is probably not a good choice. The closest thing I have seen to dit da jow stored in plastic is Zheng Gu Shui which is stored in Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) - same stuuf as coke bottles. Hope this helps.

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    Repulsive Monkey Guest


    I think these developments are probably more due to Jing Deficencies and General Jing disharmony in ones constitutional health more than anything else.

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