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December 22, 2018 // by Earth Clinic Creative Team// 2 Comments
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I was massaging with BHT and oil and took a bath. About an hour later, I was sweating (especially palm and bottom of my feet) crying and anxious… I knew this was detox symptom. And then I remembered I just bought kosher collagen. and they say collagen reduce anxiety.
It did. I mean right away.
I will probably be easy on BHT. I used about half cup massaging my body. Obviously it was too much.
In trying BHT, I also figured that maybe I was dificient of collagen. No wonder I suffered arthrities in the past. Thank you all who posts here.
I appreciate your sharing. I will also update the progress..later. Good luck.everyone.
The heat of bathwater might have facilitated transport through your skin, or volatilized the BHT into vapor which you could have breathed in through your lungs. Lungs have an incredibly high surface area and can absorb things quite efficiently. This is why nebulizers are so popular for certain kinds of drug delivery.
Lung-related side effects of BHT are observed in mice. Their lungs are particularly sensitive. Although lung sensitivity is not seen in rats or other mammals, nobody has ever tried testing BHT as a vapor delivered via warm humid air in a bathtub where the air might have been stratified to maximize lung absorption.
I'm not clear from your post whether you used a half-cup of BHT or a half-cup of BHT dissolved in oil. A half-cup of pure molten BHT would be about 100 grams of BHT, of which 3% absorption could cause temporary liver toxicity and possibly even hallucinations. Could you clarify this for me?
I use BHT vapor to preserve my coffee, and I used it many decades ago to preserve marijuana. This is written up in my BHT book, the link is posted in an earlier posting.