This week brought an unexpected development when an email arrived from a WSJ reporter asking us about home uses of hydrogen peroxide and what we knew about regulations of H2O2...
See what happens if you go away for a week? You miss the news - even if you only see it online or at google or something - a week out of the loop and you miss it! So we didn't know anything about the Zazi dude or the acetone [...]
This summer we saw the true fruits of our labor in a garden overflowing with herbs, veggies and fresh fruits. After an early battle with an over abundant and over long production cycle of snails, we finally got them beat back to reasonable numbers and then the garden took off.
Our lilies and stalk flowers are now towering overhead - never seen anything like it... and the herb garden is literally twice [...]
Take a look at what they're saying about hydrogen peroxide in the science and nature circles this month... Seems our old standby is getting some good press for a change - nice!
Hydrogen Peroxide Marshals Immune System
ScienceDaily (June 4, 2009) — When you were a kid your mom poured it on your scraped finger to stave off infection. When you got older you might have even used it to bleach your hair. [...]
Looks like the idea of green and clean is finally going mainstream... ha ha!
Getting clean without poisoning yourself, what a concept!
And so, it seems we're getting a little notice out there in the world. This week we heard from Lulu.com that our print book, 101 Home Uses of Hydrogen Peroxide has been selected for sale on Amazon.Com! Pretty Exciting News!!
So, seems like we ought to toot our horn [...]
I was amazed at how many people were down with the flu over the last month. We live in Los Angeles, and many of our friends headed for the shores of Florida or the mountains of Colorado. Expecting glowing reports of lazy days on the beach, or blissful hours schussing down the mountains, instead we heard glum descriptions of being bed-ridden with fever, aches and congestion.
It is common knowledge [...]
Beth Greer thought she was leading a healthy life. But after a lifetime of eating right and exercising regularly, at age 49, she was diagnosed with a 5-centimeter tumor in her chest. The tumor, although eventually discovered to be benign, caused pain in her shoulder, which radiated down her arm and made two of her fingers numb.
The three top thoracic surgeons Greer consulted all told her that surgery [...]
Thanks to Walter Grotz for sending us in this copy of the West Metro Business which featured our Spring Cleaning article! Nice to see the hard copy, THANKS Walter!!!
Speaking of Walter Grotz, can we just say this man is busier than a bee at pollen time! Last time we had a few minutes to talk he was telling me all about the banana virus in the Phillippines and how they were now going to be using molasses [...]
Another milestone in Jet Pack Flight was reached in Colorado last week when Eric Scott of Jet P.I. traversed the Royal Gorge, soaring some 1,100 feet above the deep gorge to the other side with his Jet P. I. hydrogen powered Jet Pak.
While the flight lasted less than 30 seconds, Scott said it was "unlike anything else he'd ever tried". The company is one of several companies around the world now developing [...]
Okay so I can almost say it - Tetra-amido macrocyclic ligands.
These little dudes are "environmentally friendly catalysts - invented by one Terry Collins of Carnegie Mellon University.
When you combine them with our hero, H2O2 - guess what?
They can break down and clean up toxins from fuel sources to estrogenic compounds... (You might not know this, but these estrogenic compounds are a big deal [...]
According to a commentary published in the August 12 issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), a
number of studies have shown that large infusions of vitamin C can kill cancer cells without harming healthy cells.
The commentary authors, Balz Frei, PhD, director and endowed chair, and Stephen Lawson, both of the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University said, "We [...]