Some people are promoting their essential oils and EO containing products as being #FragranceFree.
A few years ago others were claiming their essential oils were #ScentFree.
It seems we need to have a closer look at this before more people are hurt.
Posted in Accessibility, Environmental Health, Environmental Sensitivities, Fragrance, Indoor Air Quality
Tagged allergies, aromatherapy, essential oils, formaldehyde, fragrance-free, Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals, MCS, MCS/ES, policy, scent free, terpenes, VOCs
“there is no right to wear fragranced products”
Accommodation for Environmental Sensitivities: Legal Perspective
2007 Canadian Human Rights Commission
Posted in Air Quality, Environmental Sensitivities, Human Rights
Tagged accommodation, chemical sensitivity, Fragrance, fragrance-free, IAQ, invisible disabilities, legal rights, MCS, MCS/ES, policy
An Interview With Bruce Lourie
Connie from the Breast Cancer Fund recently interviewed Bruce Lourie, who has (among many other things) co-authored two books with Rick Smith. Many of you will be familiar with their first book “Slow Death By Rubber Duck”. They recently released a new book “TOXIN TOXOUT”, which was written after repeatedly being asked what could be done about the chemical body burden they discovered and discussed in their first book. In this interview Bruce very candidly discusses some of the issues we all face regarding everyday chemical exposures, and touches on what we can all do about them.
I’m pretty sure you will want to buy the book after you check out the interview. I don’t have Kobo (just kindle for PC) and can’t read paper and ink books, so I am unable to read the book myself, but if I won a lottery, and wanted to gift everyone I know a book, based on what Bruce discusses in the interview, I think this would be the book.
Posted in Chemicals, Environmental Health, Health Care, Pollution
Tagged cancer, detox, health, pesticides, policy, Research, sauna, toxic chemicals, Toxin Toxout