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Why men should never use this powder (especially not “down there”)
One thing that makes me crazy about consumer products is mislabeling or adding junk in there that is really harmful.
And companies will squash negative reports about their products until there are major problems that emerge.
That’s what has been happening with talc. It’s crazy how much they’ve been able to get away with. And it’s in a LOT of stuff you may be taking.
And it’s REALLY REALLY bad.
Just wait until you read about it. It will make you crazy too…
The idea that talc might cause problems surfaced as early as the 1970s.
My friend lives near a town that has big signs on a downtown storefront telling people that they can sue if they’ve been harmed by “baby powder.”
This is a kind of powder that has been made from the clay mineral talc.
“Talcum powder is made from talc, a mineral made up mainly of the elements magnesium, silicon, and oxygen. As a powder, it absorbs moisture well and helps cut down on friction, making it useful for keeping skin dry and helping to prevent rashes. It is widely used in cosmetic products such as baby powder and adult body and facial powders, as well as in a number of other consumer products.”
The problem is that doctors and industry have suspected that talc can cause cancer and tumors since at least the 1970s.
“In the early 1970s, findings of asbestos in talc and findings of talc colocated in ovarian tumor tissue led to public controversy.”
I’ve personally used talcum powder. And I remember sprinkling it on my babies when they were little.
The information that this stuff might be bad was available then.
But I had never heard about it… So what happened?
Corporations that mine talc locked down this information as much as possible.
The bottom line to this is that big corporations do what big corporations do.
They take their deep pockets and vast resources and LOCK down the information so that it’s not available to the public.
“For over 40 years, talc mining and manufacturing companies attempted to obfuscate the importance of these findings by keeping exposure information behind a corporate veil and otherwise influencing medical information concerning the health effects and asbestos content of talc used in cosmetics.”
When corporations control the information, they can happily keep selling products that they know are dangerous.
“Control over information is a recognized method by which industries maintain sales and avoid regulation and tort liability.”
The industry knew that asbestos was in the product and couldn’t be removed.
But the talcum powder industry KNEW that there was dangerous asbestos in their products.
They sought to change the perception of the product – but not the actual composition – by calling it “cosmetic talc.”
“For example, in 1976, this association developed a specification for a new ‘product’ and named it ‘cosmetic talc.’ Through this specification, the association aimed to create a distinction between ‘cosmetic talc’ and ‘industrial talc.’ However, these two supposedly different talcs come from the same ores, in which asbestos was an accessory mineral, and the industries knew that the accessory asbestos could not be removed from the final product.”
So these are the exact SAME products. And they can both contain asbestos.
Talc is now associated with mesothelioma.
Now women are accusing talcum powder of causing problems such as ovarian cancer and companies are pulling it off the shelves.
But one of the effects that is not as widely known, though it is starting to be published in research papers, is that talcum powder is causing mesothelioma – a type of cancer associated with asbestos.
“Cases were referred for medico-legal evaluation, and tissue digestions were performed in some cases. Tissue digestion for the six cases described was done according to standard methodology… Asbestos of the type found in talcum powder was found in all six cases evaluated… Talcum powder usage was the only source of asbestos for all 33 cases.”
If you’ve used talc in the past and you get cancer symptoms, you may want to see if a doctor thinks it’s because of the talcum powder.
And guess what? Talc is in a lot of medications!
You’ll see it on most pills. It’s a terrible additive that is highly toxic … even in small amounts.
Look for it now and you’ll notice it in most pills.
And prescriptions meds don’t need to list it — so expect that it’s in those too. Not capsules as much as tablets, incidentally, making capsules a bit safer.
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