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Comments by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Fragrance chemicals are found in laundry detergent, dryer sheets, shampoo, skin creams, perfumes and hundreds of other household products. And guess what? Most of these chemicals are carcinogens that have never been safety tested or approved by the FDA. Perfumes should actually come with cancer warnings right on the bottle, but they get away with poisoning the population due to lobbying and influencing the FDA. (By the way, chemicals that you put on your skin go right through your skin and into your bloodstream.)
People who wish to avoid liver disease and cancer get rid of all the artificial fragrance chemicals in their homes. And once you do that for a while, your sense of smell is restored and you become quite sensitive to artificial fragrance. This brings up the point of the old lady perfume bombs.
You know what I'm talking about, too. It's that older lady, dressed up in all kinds of jewelry, big hair, and absolutely showered in perfume. Just walking by her makes you gasp for oxygen. You run into these women (yes, they're always women for some reason) while shopping, in movie theaters and even sometimes at the gym.
This comic supposes that we might turn these women into chemical weapons by unleashing them upon enemy nations. Their mere presence will cause enemies to fall to their knees and beg for mercy. All they gotta do is show up and remember to bring their perfume.
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