Saturday, September 3, 2016

"Antibacterial soap is a lie, just like [much of what you are told by ['authorities', the establishment and a good chunk of] everything else in your life"

"There is no proof that antibacterial hand and body soaps work better than normal soap or even that they are safe for frequent use, the Food and Drug Administration said on Friday.

The Food and Drug Administration...,
are they in charge of allowing monopolization by campaign donors
precipitating some of the high prices we pay for pharmaceuticals?

As such, the agency established a new rule that requires manufacturers to either remove certain ingredients from their products or else stop selling the products at all.

Nicely played in the run up to the election

The move is aimed at countering consumer perception that the antibacterial washes are more effective at killing germs and preventing illness, said the FDA’s Dr. Janet Woodcock.

When did they actually find out, 
and how much has been made by the manufacturers since?

“In fact, some data suggests that antibacterial ingredients may do more harm than good over the long-term,” she said.

We care lately

The Food and Drug Administration

...Manufacturers were asked to demonstrate the safety and effectiveness of those 19 ingredients, which they did not do, according to the FDA."