Killing all bacteria is not the answer

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RAEL’S COMMENT:
Do not kill the bacteria on your skin! They are there to protect you. Do the opposite, get more of them by touching as many “dirty” things as possible!!

People are still calling for “sterilization”, “sterilization”, “sterilization” and “sterilization”… However, by killing the “indigenous bacterium” that protects our body with alcohol, you have no idea how much you’re lowering your body’s resistance…This is exactly “putting the cart before the horse”…lol

The skin is the largest organ that covers the surface of the body and is the barrier that prevents foreign substances from entering the body from the outside…The Nagasaki University School of Medicine also clearly states that sterilization with available antiseptic is “nothing but harmful”…lol

# Thorough sterilization or disinfection would be rather dangerous. The correct way to deal with it is at “the level taught in kindergarten”, no problem.

# Sanitizing and deodorizing sprays are dangerous to the human body! May cause skin corrosion, muscle paralysis and central nervous system depression.

# The more than hundreds of trillions of microorganisms in our body are our partners in protecting our health.

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