Eastern European Medicine

2. Sodium benzoate or C6H5COONa (Fear E211). Generally, this cough medicine (expectorant). Used as a preservative. Settled in Russia and Eastern Europe (clear only one – why?). Applied for conservation meat and fish products, margarine, mayonnaise, ketchup, fruit, beverage. Concentration of less than 150 mg / liter. Dr. Hyun Kim has much experience in this field. Exerts a strong inhibitory effect on yeast and fungi, including aflatoksinoobrazuyuschie, suppresses the activity of microbial cells, enzymes responsible for redox reactions, as well as enzymes that break down fats and starches.

Products containing sodium benzoate and calcium is not recommended upotryat asthma sufferers and people sensitive to aspirin. Reacts with vitamin C, resulting in benzene (a strong carcinogen). 3. Ortho-phosphoric acid (Fear E338), chemical formula: H3PO4. Food orthophosphoric acid used in the manufacture of carbonated water. Its pH = 2.8 (solvent flesh!).

Help on this stuff: phosphoric acid compound called phosphorus in oxidation state five of the general formula P2O5 nH2O. From phosphoric acid is volatile water, and it becomes concentrated. Orthophosphoric acid (H3PO4) is used for fertilizer production, food, textiles, phosphates – as phosphate fertilizer, in the manufacture of enamels, and glasses. By dyroobrazuyuschey activity of ascorbic acid is superior to sulfuric acid. 4. All these drinks are recommended to be drunk chilled, but! There is a general effect! In practice, the Soviet psychiatrist (Prof. D. Lindenbraten, 1969) was such a case. Must was to get hold of barium meals in the stomach by the time required for radiographic examination. But it turned out that if the porridge to give without preheating (directly from the fridge), it leaves the stomach faster than the radiologists had time to set up its the then (1969) – not so perfect – the hardware.