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When is using untreated lumber better?

 
 
 
by Elizabeth Abbess         Home & Garden | Construction Materials

 
 
Untreated lumber has two advantages -- it’s less expensive than treated lumber and you don’t have to worry about harmful chemicals.­ See more home construction pictures.

­The first step in building anything is choosing the right materials. If your project involves wood, you're going to have to decide between treated and untreated lumber. So what's the difference between the two? And at the end of the day, does it even matter? The short answer is yes, it matters -- especially if you happen to be building a playground set for your kids or a garden bed for your vegetables.

You might be surprised to learn that many forms of treated lumb­er can be harmful to your health. In the past, the treatment process involved filling wood with dangerous chemicals and chemical compounds like creosote, pentachlorophenol (PCP), and chromated copper arsenate (CCA) [source: Gegner]. None of these chemicals and chemical compounds are safe. In fact, the arsenate in CCA is a form of arsenic, which is a carcinogen known to cause many different types of cancer and even death [source: EPA].

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­Despite the dangers associated with arsenic, CCA treated lumber was the most common in the United States until manufacturers reached an agreement to stop producing it after 2003 [source: Williams]. Unfortunately, for many years, buildings and products were made using CCA treated lumber and they now pose health risks to those who come in regular contact with them.

While new techniques for treating lumber have been deemed safer, they still require precautionary measures. You'll find labels printed on treated wood warning those who are using it to wear masks and protect their skin [source: Austin]. It's also important not to let any type of treated wood come in contact with drinking water.

So if you want to know when it's better to use untreated lumber, the answer is almost always. The debate is still out on whether or not there are any instances in which using treated lumber can be considered completely safe but many builders still swear by its advantages.

 

 

Advantages of Untreated Lumber

The obvious advantage of using untreated lumber is that there are no health risks involved. It's as close to wood in it­s natural form as you're going to get without grabbing an axe and chopping down your own tree. If you're building anything that people will regularly be coming in contact with -- such as playground equipment, lawn furniture or benches -- you should always use untreated wood [source: Houlihan and Wiles].

Untreated lumber should also be used when you're dealing with gardening, whether you're building a raised garden bed, a flowerpot, or just making mulch. Some of the chemicals used to treat wood are meant to kill insects, which means they probably won't do wonders for your soil either. They can damage your flowers and make their way into your vegetable gardens -- ruining your prized tomatoes.

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An obvious advantage of untreated lumber is its price; it's much cheaper than treated lumber. Since CCA-treated lumber was taken off the market, new treatment techniques use high levels of copper, which is more expensive. As a result, the cost of treated wood has risen considerably [source: Morrison].

When working with untreated wood, you don't have to worry about protecting your skin. You may want to wear a mask to keep from breathing in sawdust, but you can work in short sleeves and/or shorts without any fear of endangering yourself. The same can't be said for treated wood. In fact, when working with treated lumber, you should be adequately covered -- long sleeves, long pants and eye goggles are all a good idea. Afterward, make sure to clean any sawdust from you or your clothing thoroughly. And, of course, you want to avoid breathing in any sawdust particles from treated lumber [source: McClintock]. At a minimum, you should wear a dust mask/facemask while working with treated lumber. And, if you have one, a respirator would be even better.

At the end of the day, the ease of mind that comes with using untreated lumber may be worth it. You don't need to worry about potential health concerns, even if the wood comes in contact with your soil or water supply.

How Much Is Too Much Arsenic?

A nonprofit organization known as the Environmental Study Group had people take samples of treated wood found all around Washington, and in the end they found that there was roughly one ounce of arsenic per every 12 feet of treated wood. If ingested, that’s enough to kill 250 people [source: McClintock]. ­

 

When is using untreated lumber better?

 
 
 
by Elizabeth Abbess         Home & Garden | Construction Materials

 

Advantages of Treated Lumber

Although there are health hazards to consider, treated wood does have its advantages. Treated wood was designed to defy the effects of ­natural aging. As wood is exposed to the natural elements, it slowly breaks down. Moisture is especially hard on wood. If treated, wood can last much longer than normal, but to make sure your treated lumber lasts as long as possible you need to match its treatment level with the right use. Lumber that is touching the ground, for instance, requires a higher treatment level than lumber that is not [source: Viance].

Treated lumber does have other advantages. Many types of treated wood are resistant to insects, like termites, that cause huge amounts of damage and cost home owners large sums of money. The chemicals used in the treatment process are toxic to insects, so any bug that tries to eat its way through a treated support beam will expire. On top of repelling bugs, treated lumber can also be fire retardant, taking longer to catch on fire and burning much more slowly when it does [source: WiseGeek].

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In instances where treated lumber doesn't touch the ground and isn't exposed, it is relatively safe. You can also use certain oil finishes to protect treated wood and reduce the risk of it leaching dangerous chemicals during contact [source: Natural Handyman].

While treated wood has distinct advantages, you might decide that they aren't worth the added health risk. Yet, if you need something to last a long time and you know people won't come into much contact with it, treated lumber might be the better choice. In general, though, treated lumber shouldn't be used where untreated lumber will suffice.

The next time you're working on a project using wood, consider the advantages and disadvantages of both treated and untreated lumber before making a purchase.

For more information, check out the links on the next page.

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“Chopping” Down Trees­

Did you know­ that people in China use about 45 billion pairs of chopsticks every year? That translates to roughly 25 million trees, every year [source: McCabe, Wolfe].

 

Sources

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How to tell treated vs. untreated wood?

unkyakuApril 4, 2009

Can anyone tell me if there's a way to distinguish between treated and untreated wood?

I have some wood pallets that I'd like to convert into planting boxes, but I need to avoid treated wood so that nothing bad leaches into the vegetables. Any suggestions?

Thanks!

 
 
 
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Pooh Bear

Pallets are generally made of the lowest grade wood available.
I don't think you have any worries there.
Still, in this day and age of recycling, I suppose it is possible
that treated wood mite find its way into pallet production.
The old CCA treated stuff had a slight green tint to it.
The new ACQ treated stuff has a green tint when new.
After it has weathered a bit it might be hard to see.

If you can test the wood chemically it will show copper content.
Also it will show as alkali on a litmus test.
ACQ = Alkaline Copper Quaternary

Pooh Bear

 Like    Bookmark     April 5, 2009 at 2:09AM
unkyaku

Thanks for the information. As far as testing the wood goes, is there something simple I can pick up from Home Depot or something?

 Like    Bookmark     April 5, 2009 at 2:49AM
Pooh Bear

I don't know of a way to test wood for these substances.
I would try searching thru science experiments online
that deal with litmus tests and testing for metal content.

I really doubt you have anything to worry about.
Lumber treated with CCA has been off the market for a while now.
Now ACQ is used in the treatment process, and is safe.
The wood has a pH above 7 making it alkaline so bugs won't bother it.
And the copper quantenary molecules protect it from rot.
There is also MCQ, which is the same as ACQ, except the CQ
molecules are much smaller so more of them can infiltrate
the wood fibers. MCQ = (alkaline) Micro Copper Quantenary.

I would be very supprised if you had a pallet made of treated wood.
Especially treated with CCA (copper chromate arsenic).
CCA was banned sometime around year 2000.

Found this with a Google search:
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http://lumberjocks.com/topics/2605
The other method.......was patented by the University of Miami. It is a orange-colored chemical that you can spray on the wood with a spray bottle that will turn bright red in the presence of chromium, which is always present in CCA wood. The product is called PAN Indicator Stain, and was developed in 2003.

Last time I checked it was available from SPECTRUM (800-772-8786). The part number is P-358 and used to cost $21.90 + shipping. Please be sure to read the MSDS on this chemical  as it has to be handled carefully, as I recall. But, it works well, and I have a small amount on hand and have used it myself to identify CCA wood on my property.

ItÂs easy to use, too. You find an unpainted portion of the wood and spray it on. (Painted wood can test positive, due to trace metals in some paints, so use it only on unpainted wood.) After spraying, wait 2-3 minutes. If the color changes from orange to red or a darker color  it contains chromium metal and should be disposed of properly (and never burned  which will release the arsenic in the CCA).
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You may could test for copper content by testing electrical
resistance in a sample of wood with a known moisture content.
Electrolosis is used for other substances, mite work for wood.
Swimming pool test kit that tests for copper might could work.
Burning a sample of the wood in a neutral flame would work.
If the flame turns green then the wood contains copper.
These are just brainstormed ideas. No guarantees about any of them.
(Disclaimer)

I'd be interested to know if you find out anything.
Myself, planters have been built for many years using treated
wood. Even with CCA treated wood. I wouldn't worry about it.
Or if I had to worry about it, I would line the planters with plastic.

Pooh Bear

 Like    Bookmark     April 6, 2009 at 8:09AM
unkyaku

Thanks for all that detail.

I noticed that the pallets I had were stamped with "HT" and some according to Wikipedia that means that they've been heat treated, which I assume is fine in that no chemicals were used.

 Like    Bookmark     April 6, 2009 at 1:12PM
Pooh Bear

Just a guess, but heating them would remove most of the moisture.
That would help keep the weight down, decreasing shipping cost.
I have noticed that new pallets are extremely dry.
I'd have to look into this more tho.

Pooh Bear

 Like    Bookmark     April 6, 2009 at 6:32PM
HandyMac

As a rule, treated wood commonly sold to the public is pine. The treatment recipe turns the wood a bit more green than normal(CCA) and a lot mopre green(ACQ) than normal. The other treatments actually look like the wood has been painted green.

If the wood has aged to a gray color on the exterior, making a fresh cut to expose the interior will show the color. Yellow/white means no treatment.

PT wood is treated so the effects of time/insects/water do not have as much effect---the wood lasts much longer than untreated wood.

There are two basic kinds of pallets---heavy duty and one use. One use pallets are often made of pine. They are used for shipping appliances and small machinery. The wood is thin and can be torn apart easily. Heavy duty pallets are built for repeated use and sometimes have to be cut apart, as the glue/fasteners make tearing them apart very difficult. These types are usually made of white oak. I have never seen white oak treated with the same stuff that is used for pine.

 Like    Bookmark     April 6, 2009 at 7:24PM
mike_kaiser_gw

Why not just get some cedar or cypress and build you planters out of wood you KNOW hasn't been treated. Most pallets aren't built out of wood suitable for this kind of project anyway. Save the pallets for flower planters or some other project.

 Like    Bookmark     April 7, 2009 at 9:55AM
CorpusCallosum

Hi I have the same question. I have a piece of found wood labeled:

TECO
TESTED EXPOSURE I
SGEATHING SPAN
40/20
19/32"
HUD UM 40C
PRP 133
MILL 164

Also it says GRAVEYARD on it.

The wood does not look green, and I cut a piece off to check, and it is not green on the cut either. But, since I plan to use this in my garden I want to know for sure if it is safe to use. Does anyone know what this label and numbers mean?

Thanks

 Like    Bookmark     May 7, 2012 at 12:44PM
millworkman

it's 5/8" sheathing and from that I would have no way to tell for certain but I doubt very much that it was pressure treated.

 Like    Bookmark     May 8, 2012 at 8:43AM
gregmills_gw

Your wood is not treated. According to Teco website your wood was designed for indoor construction.

Here is the link i found my information.

Here is a link that might be useful: Teco explaination of markings

 Like    Bookmark     May 8, 2012 at 5:00PM
snookums2

I agree with Mike. Why not get the best wood for your food project. Then you will also know it's food safe.

 Like    Bookmark     June 5, 2012 at 12:22AM
augustbabe62

I was also wondering about the safety of pallets. I know it a few years later but I found several sites and I will attach one. http://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-product-design/how-to-tell-if-your-pallet-is-safe-to-reuse-pallet-safety-info.html

 Like    Bookmark     February 18, 2015 at 6:49PM
Macy Shadson

I bought and stained what was marked :P/T Wood at Lowes. It was yellowish/white. I kept saying it was NOT P/T lattice. (even tho the tag on it said "P/T") It soaked up the stain like crazy. Is there anyway I can do some test to see if it is P/T or not?

 Like    Bookmark     August 5, 2015 at 11:31AM
mike_kaiser_gw

If it has a tag attached to it and the other pieces of the same lattice also had tags, it's pretty reasonable to assume that it is pressure treated. When wood is "pressure treated" it's put in a large tank, the tank is filled with a solution of chemicals and then pressurized which forces the solution in to the wood. That's why pressure treated lumber often has such a high moisture content. With something like thin lattice, it's going to dry back out pretty quickly. It's also possible that the components of the lattice are treated before assembly, which may give the wood even more time to dry. It's quite possible for it to really soak up stain, especially if the lattice has been sitting around for a while.

I suppose you could send a piece off to a lab for analysis but I don't know of a way

http://ths.gardenweb.com/discussions/2640195/how-to-tell-treated-vs-untreated-wood
 
How to tell if pallets are safe
http://www.1001pallets.com/pallet-safety/?hvid=4MkEUf

How to Tell If Your Pallets are Treated Wood

Most wood  pallets will have an IPPC logo, since they oversee internationally-shipped pallets. Pallets that ship overseas are the ones usually treated or fumigated to prevent the spread of invasive pests. Here are the marks to look out for (they should be near the IPPC logo):

You can also educate yourself to spot pressure treated wood. Head to your local home improvement store and poke around the lumber section. Pressure treated wood looks different from untreated wood, and once you see the difference in color, it should be pretty easy to spot.

http://greenupgrader.com/19085/how-to-tell-if-wood-pallets-are-safe-for-crafting/

 

http://www.permies.com/t/6380/timber/Untreated-Pine-Poles

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Today, homeowners have many more eco-friendly choices for creating a border that can offer safety, privacy and beauty. 

Bamboo

Panels constructed of bamboo and a binding material, such as vinyl or steel, are touted for their durability, ease of installation, attractive appearance and sustainability. Sadly, bamboo’s popularity is causing many to question just how earth-friendly it truly is. The huge demand has led to instances of overharvesting with little or no true oversight. Plus, because most bamboo comes from China, energy-intensive transportation may negate whatever green qualities the material offers. Make sure the bamboo comes from a local source and is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). 
 
Composite blends

Manufacturers have begun combining natural fiber—one company uses recycled wood, another wheat straw—with recycled plastic to create a product that has the look of wood but requires no preservatives and little to no maintenance. The pickets come in a variety of colors and styles, and most can be nailed, stapled or screwed in place. The one big question about composites is their durability over time, says Marcus Renner, a consultant with Appropriate Building Solutions, a sustainable consulting, design and construction firm in Asheville, North Carolina, and a teacher for the Western North Carolina Green Building Council. “We know how wood and chain-link fences are going to react in 20 years, but we don’t know if a composite material is going to be here. After sitting in the sun for three or four decades, is it going to stay the same shape or color? That’s what I am worried about.” 

Plants

Perhaps the greenest (and prettiest!) choice is a fence of thick plants. For privacy, a simple hedge may serve the purpose. If you need security from animals, bushes with thorns, such as blackberry or raspberry, may do the trick. “Train them to a frame they will grow within,” Renner says. “It’s natural, food-producing, and supports wildlife. Plus, they grow rapidly.” For the best choices for your region, talk to a local plant expert, and be careful not to choose an invasive plant.

Reclaimed lumber

Reclaimed lumber can make a beautiful fence, and the quality of the old wood will likely be better than the quickly grown virgin woods available on the market today. Availability of different types of salvaged wood varies by region. On the West Coast, Douglas fir and redwood are abundant. On the East Coast, pine is more prevalent.

 

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Bamboo Textiles & Clothing

Despite the stripping that occurs to create bamboo fabric, several sources, including The National Geographic’s Green Guide cite that cotton fabric creates at least as many emissions. Considering all options, the benefits of bamboo fabric far outweigh the consequences. Bamboo fibers serve as a natural antibiotic and are completely biodegradable.

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Bestaan er verschillende kwaliteiten in de bamboe ?

Gezien de productievereisten verschillen van firma tot firma, wordt de bamboe in 3 klasses verdeeld : A graad, B graad en C graad. Elke graad stemt overeen met de kwaliteit van het product, direct gelinkt aan de leeftijd van de bamboestok op het ogenblik van het kappen. De B en C graden zijn herkenbaar op het zicht : grote kleurverschillen, groeiknoppen heel duidelijk zichtbaar… maar ook minder zekere technische kenmerken : de bamboe die te jong gekapt wordt heeft een te hoge vochtigheidsgraad, wat een factor is van instabiliteit, de hardheid is minder dan voor bamboe die op volwassen leeftijd gekapt wordt (5 tot 7 jaar).

 

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Disachariden, 3 polyol, 4 producten met aspartaam, 5 Giftige E nummers in degelijk lijkende produkten, 6 Safety card Natronloog of te wel E524, toevoeging van sommige cacao merken!, 7 Soja, | Appendix 7a Sucralose | Bijlage 8 Vitaminen, Mineralen, Sporenelementen, Eiwitten, Vetten, Koolhydraten in Voedingsmiddelen, Kruiden | Bijlage 9 Himalayazout | Bijlage 10 Toxic Ingredients You Should Avoid | Bijlage 11 Bijwerkingen Ritalin(Methylfenidraat) | Bijlage 12 Aspartaam, hoe een stof wat gaten in de hersens van muizen brandt veilig voor menselijke consumptie werd bevonden. | Bijlage 13 Hypoglycemia | Bijlage 14 Budwig | Bijlage 14a Geitenmelk: waarom het lichter verteerbaar is dan koemelk | Bijlage 15 E nummers | Bijlage 16 Cadeaus om te vermijden | Bijlage 17: Dieetmaatregelen tegen kanker | Bijlage 18 "Hoe tanden in elkaar zitten." | Bijlage 19 kankercellen uitroeien door suikers te vervangen door gezonde vetten | bijlage 20 meer over kankergenezing | bijlage 21 Zuurzak Soursop | Bijlage 22 Crisis en oplossingen: roggker=recht op gezondheid, geluk, kennis en rechtvaardigheid | Bijlage 23 Milieuschandalen (hier stond eerst de G4dv, die is verplaatst naar de beginpagina) | Bijlage 24 Het Echte Nieuws over gif in het milieu | Bijlage 24 a Hout | Bijlage 25 vooronderzoek G4dieet | Bijlage 26 Vooronderzoek TVtandpasta | Bijlage 27 Voorbeelden van de denkfout in de Westerse Medische Wetenschap, waardoor ze steeds de plank misslaan als het aankomt op bepalen wat gezonde voeding is: Calcium en beta caroteen | Bijlage 28 Kruiden | Bijlage 29 Vitamines, Mineralen, eiwitten, vetten em koolhydraten | Bijlage 30 Gevaar van magnetron en vooral van in voedsel in plasticbakken verwarmen | bijlage 31 Schema voedingsmiddelen:vitamines, mineralen, eiwitten, vetten en koolhydraten | Bijlage 32 Schema Bedenkelijke stoffen, E-nummers, toevoegingen, giffen | Gifvrij dieet en Gifvrije verzorging | Bijlage 33 kankerbestrijding | bijlage 34 Het gevaar van pinda's | Bijlage 35 Proteïnen in yoghurt | Bijlage 36 Eten uit de natuur | Bijlage 37 Superfoods: a.Aloë Vera, b.Omega 3-6-9 olie, c.Kefir, d.Kombucha, e.Yoghurt, f.Cranberrysap,g. Gember, h.walnoten, i. zonnebloempitten, j. bosbessen, k.zeewier, l.wortelsap, m.ginkgobiloba,n. guldenroede, o.peu dárco, p. driekleurig | Bijlage 37 a. Aloe Vera | Bijlage 38 The Problem with Wheat | Bijlage 39 Himalaya Zout vs De rotzooi die voor zout doorgaat | Bijlage 40 Benefits of Goats milk over Cows milk | Bijlage 41 The problem with most vegetable oils and margarine | bijlage 42 for healthy bones calcium, vitamin D, vitamine k2, magnesium, trace elements | Bijlage 43 The dangers of acrylamide (carbohydrates baked above 210 degrees Celcius) | Bijlage 44 Gevaren van plastic, aluminium en andere verpakkingsmaterialen | bijlage 45 Dangers of Fishoil and better sources for omega 3 | bijlage 46 fruit tegen kanker (aardbeien, cranberries etc) | bijlage 47 Hoog tijd voor een nieuwe schijf van 5 | bijlage 48 Uitleg hoe inentingen autisme veroorzaken door glutamaat productie in de hersenen te stimuleren wat schadelijk is voor de hersenen en voor de hersen ontwikkeling | bijlage 49 Korte Geschiedenis van Monsanto, pagina van Dr Mercola± In Amerika vechten ze voor wat hier heel gewoon is±etiketten waar op staat wat er in voedsel zit. | Bijlage 50 Nep ADHD diagnoses | Bijlage 51 Vrouw vertelt over uitgelekt NASA document over oorlog tegen de mensheid | bijlage 52 Bij medicijn dat zogenaamd cholesterol verlaagd juist 52$ hogere kans op plak in de aderen rondom het hart/ 52@ higher chance of heart plaque when tajking certain cholesterol lowering medicines. | Bijlage 53 Welke oliën zijn veilig om te verhitten? | Bijlage 54 Dr Mercola over Genetisch Gemanipuleerd voedsel"de tekenen dat de hegemonie van Monsanto begint te tanen | bijlage 55 Dr Mercola: genetisch gemanipuleerd voedsel: ontworpen om insecten te doden, maar het maakt ook onze cellen kapot. | Bijlage 56 Dr Mercola Alzeheimer detectie methode, en g4dv ook preventief voor Alzheimer | Bijlage 57 Het einde van het antibiotisch tijdperk aangebroken door toenemend aantal antibiotica resistente bacteriën, Ook hierop is de g4dv een antwoord. | Bijlage 58 Vaccinaties gaan om geld, niet om ziektebestrijding | Bijlage 59 Artikel Dr. Mercola over kankerverwekkende zaken in persoonlijke verzorgings- en huishoud producten | Bijlage 60 Dr. Mercola: Pesticiden kunnen neurologische schade aanrichten, gebruik liever etherische olie voor huisdieren en plant liever goudsbloem in de tuin | Bijlage 61 5 miljoen chronisch zieken in Nederland, zorg VS ook waardeloos | Bijlage 62 Gevaar vaccinaties | Bijlage 63: Gevaren antibiotica in vlees (artikel va Dr. Mercola) | Bijlage 64: Gevaren Testosteron behandeling | Bijlage 65 transvetten zijn de boosdoeners, verzadigde vetten zijn juist goed! (Dr Mercola) | Bijlage 66: Hippocrates Health Institute | Bijlage 68:NVWA hoge boetes voor gezondheidsclaims | Bijlage 69: Voor een gezond hart heb je gezonde vetten nodig | Bijlage 70 Eieren moet je bewaren op kamer temeratuur, niet in de koelkast! | Bijlage 71: Gevaren van niet gefilterd water | Bijlage 67:Boetes voor het zeggen dat iets buiten de farmaceutische industrie gunstig voor de gezondheid is | Bijlage 72 Vitamine D bronnen | Bijlage 73 Chiazaad voedingsinformatie | Bijlage 74: Voordelen van gefermenteerd voedsel | Bijlage 75 9 voedingsmiddelen die je nooit moet eten | Bijlage 76 Top 10 artikelen van Dr. Mercola van 2013 | Bijlage 77: Dr Mercola: De beste wapens tegen griep. | bijlage 78 The secret of longevity | bijlage 79 Het Grote Vaccinatie Debat 15 december 2013 | Bijlage 80 Lead Developer Of HPV Vaccines Comes Clean, Warns Parents & Young Girls It?s All A Giant Deadly Scam | Biijlage 81 How Grazing Cows Can Save the Planet, and Other Surprising Ways of Healing the Earth | Bijlage 82 De Verborgen Gevaren van Vaccinaties | Bijlage 83 CDC Admits as Many as 30 Million Americans Could be at Risk for Cancer Due to Polio Vaccine | Bijlage 84 We hebben 100 keer meer microben dan cellen in ons lichaam. De meeste helpen ons. Zullen we hun ook helpen? | Bijlage 85 Belang van licht en slaap | Bijlage 86 Artikel Dr Mercola over vergissingen in voeding die tot voedings tekorten leiden. | Bijlage 87 In Amerika beïnvloedt Junkfoodindustrie diëtistenopleidingen | bijlage 88 Dr Coldwell: Elke kanker kan in 2 tot 16 weken genezen worden | Bijlage 89: Want to Know over Tetanus | Bijlage 90: Dr. Russel Blaylock | Bijlage 91 Wat zijn opvliegers? | Bijlage 92, Dr Mercola: One in 25 Patients End Up with Hospital-Acquired Infections, CDC Warns | Bijlage 93 Dr Mercola Toxic Combo of Roundup and Fertilizers Blamed for Tens of Thousands of Deaths | Bijlqge 94 New Studies Show Optimizing Vitamin D Levels May Double Chances of Surviving Breast Cancer, Lower LDL Cholesterol, and Helps Prevent Autism | Bijlage 95, Dr.Mercola: How Vitamin D Performance Testing Can Help Optimize Your Health | Bijlage 96: Be Wary About This Food - It Can Wreck Your Ability to Walk, Talk, and Think | Bijlage 97 Gevaren van Vaccinaties (Mercola) | Bijlage 98: Ouders moeten geïnformeerd worden over de gevaren van vaccineren om een goede keus te kunnen maken | Bijlag 99: Zonnebrandmiddelen gevaarlijker dan zon als het gaat om huidkanker | Bijlage 100 Ignoring This Inflammatory Early Warning Signal Could Cost Your Life | Bijlage 101 Mijd Giffen, Niet Voedingsmiddelen! | Bijlage 102 Mentale rust | Bijlage 103: Voordelen van Kurkuma | Bijlage 104: Dr Mercola article Kruid tegen kanker | No Words | Bijlage 105: Dr Mercola: Sun , vitamin D and vitamin B3 crucial for longevity | Bijlage 106 Cowspiracy film en kritiek | Bijlage 107 Artemesia een effectief anti-malaria kruid | Bijlage 108, Chemotherapie is gevaarlijk | Bijlage 109 Canola oil, what is it, and is it good or bad for people? | Bijlage 110 Are peanuts good or bad for you? | Bijlage 111 Halloween recipes | Bijlage 112 Vaccinatieschade | Bijlage 113 Immigrants seek herbal remedies | Bijlage 114 more_doctors_confessing_to_intentionally_diagnosing_healthy_people_with_cancer | Bijlage 115 Dangers of vaccinating pregnant women | Bijlage 116 Omega 3-6-9 mengsel | Bijlage 117 Waarom er geen koolzaadolie zit in het omega 3-6-9- mengsel van de g4dv | Bijlage 118 Vaccinaties | Bijlage 119 Judy Wilyman, PhD on amti vaccination | Bijlage 120 Wetenschappelijke argumenten die de Keshe scam blootleggen | Bijlage 121 ECEH bacterie | Bijlage 122 grains | Bijlage 123 Make your own chocolate | Bijlage 124 Vaccine Violence | Bijlage 125 Italian court rules mercury and aluminum in vaccines cause autism: US media continues total blackout of medical truth | Bijlage 126 Dr Mercola: Vaccines and Neurological Damage | Bijlage 127 Why many doctors do not vaccinate their own children | Bijlage 128 These graphs show why many doctors don't vaccinate their own children | Bijlage 129 Leaflet Infanrix | Bijlage 130 Vaccine Madness | Bijlage 131 Japanse slachtoffers vaccin baarmoederhalskanker slepen overheid en farmareuzen voor de rechter | Bijlage 132 Pregnancy, labour, delivery and child care | Appendix 133 healing diet for our canine friends | Bijlage 134 Flowchart edible or non-edible | Bijlage 135 Keeping children healthy naturally | Bijlage 136 Vaccines and the Amygdala | Bijlage 137 Revolving door between politics and big pharma explained | Bijlage 138 Ingrediënten Vaccins | Bijlage 139: Medisch scheikundige geeft drie redenen waarom hij zijn kinderen niet laat vaccineren | Bijlage 140 Ryan's story | Bijlage 141 NVKP lezingen dr Hans Moolenburgh | Bijlage 142 HPV vaccine | Bijlage 143 Dr. Hans Moolenburgh over fluoride | Bijlage 144 Baby dies three days after getting six vaccines | Bijlage 145 Interview Trouw met Dr Hans Moolenburgh | Bijlage 146 Jacob van Lennep | Bijlage 147 Flow chart "to believe or not to believe medical or nutritional advice" | Appendix 148 The case experts make against vaccines | Apendix 149 Dr Mercola article: Experts admit Zika threat fraud | Appendix 150 Sudden deaths among health advocates | Appendix 151 Thimerosal | appendix 152 Herd immunity? | Appendix 153 Formaldehyde in vaccines | Appendix 154 Why doctor's say "Do not take the flu shot!" | Bijlage 155 Vaccineren? Natuurlijk niet! En wel hierom: | Appendix 156 Vaccine makers bypass WHO regulations | Bijlage 157 Het probleem van overbehandeling bij borstkanker | Bijlage 158 Chemotherapie vermoordt u | Bijlage 159 Borstbesparende operatie beter dan amputatie voor overlevingskansen bij borstkanker | Appendix 160 Vaccine induced bone fractures | Bijlage 161 hulpstoffen in Vaccins toegegeven door CDC | Appendix 162 meningitis: symptoms, how to prevent, how to treat | Appendix 163 Training of nutrtionists often shady | Appendix 164 Molecular Biochemist Dr.Lucija Tomljenovic, PhD, explains why vaccines not only don't work, but are extremely harmful and can be lethal as well | Appendix 165 CDC knew about MMR vaccine autism link as early as 1999, but covered it up | Appendix 166 Scientists at the vaccine safety debate January 2011 | Appendix 167 Vaccinated children 5 times more likely to contract auto immune diseases | Appendix 168 Before and after vaccine: this is what mass brain destruction looks like | Appendix 169 Hepatitis B | Appendix 170 Countries where vaccines are not mandatory and the nazi roots of vaccines and drugcompanies | Appendix 171 The dangers of soybean oil | Appendix 172 Vaccines do not protect against Measles | Appendix 173 HPV vaccine | Appendix 174 Hoogleraar Peter Gøtzsche over corruptie in de farmaceutische industrie | Appendix 175 Dr Arlan Cage | Appendix 176 How vaccines damage your immune system | Appendix 177 Vaccines are not tested properly | Appendix 178 Documentaries exposing pharma fraud | Appendix 179 Dr Suzanne Humphries | Appendix 180 Dr Russel Blaylock: Vaccinations can kill you or ruin your life | Appendix 181 Doctors who clearly explain why vaccines are neither safe nor effective | Appendix 182 Dr Sherri Tenpenny | Appendix 183 Alan Phillips attorney Vaccine Rights | Appendix 184 Dr Rebecca Carley | Appendix 185 Vaccines bargain basement of the medical industry, says Maurice Hilleman (who developed 36 vaccins) admits AIDS and Cancer causing virusses were added to vaccines | Appendix 186 Many independent studies show vaccine dangers, Damages paid by pharmaceutical companies for vaccine damahge | Appendix 187 The truth behind Vaccinations | Appendix 188: Guess what happened to Nazi war criminals responsible for the genoside of millions: After aquittal or a short prison sentence they went back to being CEO's for big Pharma! | Appendix 189: Mercola: What?s the Right Dose of Exercise for a Longer Life? | Appendix 190 What happened to Dr Mercola? | Bijlage 191: hoofd RIVM zegt Kindervaccinaties veroorzaken hersenvliesontsteking

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