IUPAC Name: 1-(1-butoxypropan-2-yloxy)propan-2-ol CAS Number: 9009-42-1
Chemical Formula: C10H22O3
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|Some years ago, health researchers were
predicting that by the year 2010 ... one out of every 2 people would
have a diagnosis of cancer at some time in their lifetime. Looks like things are getting worse, not better
(because glycol ether exposures aren't getting the blame for what they
What 2-butoxyethanol exposure does * aka Ethylene Glycol Butyl Ether
2-butoyethanol and other butyl ethers are most likely the
cause of gulf
war syndrome (per my study ... awaiting the medical
& the like.
2-butoxyethanol's first cause of harm is to the red blood
cells. It is the first noticeable effect of this chemical: fatigue.
It is a hemolysis that doesn't show up in the regular tests,
but with a retic ratio (mature to immature red blood cell
ratio) you will notice an abnormal reading from
2.5 days after exposure. This compensated hemolytic
anemia starts up right away and underlies all other symptoms.
It is the cause of your fatigue.
The wise old Doctor, Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, whose first concern with his patients was “Primum non nocere.” Above all, do no harm! And his next was “Let your food be your medicine, and let your Medicine be your food.”
is always at a pH of 7.4;
exposure to anti-freeze (similar to ethylene glycol
monobutyl ether but not as bad
) raises the acidic level of the
blood. (Investigation ID tv program)
"Notes to Physician: Administration of Sodium bicarbonate (baking
soda) may be of value to treat acidosis. Monitor kidney and liver
function and arterial blood gases closely"
The blood, lymph and cerebral spinal fluid in the human body are designed to be slightly alkaline at a pH of 7.4 source 2
|Jan 22, 2009 at 6:10
Subject: simple sodium bicarbonate may hold wonderful curative powers from Mike, "Linda has been studying the positive effects of very old-fashioned sodium bicarbonate at the St. Mary of the Woods college and she's learned some rather intriguing possibilities about the benefits of slightly alkaline environments.