You consist of these chemical elements

65% Oxygen

18% Carbon

10% Hydrogen

3% Nitrogen

1.5% Calcium

1% Phosphorus

0.25% Potassium

0.25% Sulphur

0.15% Sodium

0.15% Chlorine

0.05% Magnesium

0.006% Iron

0.0037% Fluorine

0.0032% Zinc

0.002% Silicon

0.00046% Rubidium

0.00046% Strontium

0.00029% Bromine

0.00017% Lead

0.0001% Copper

0.00006% Aluminium

0.00005% Cadmium

0.00004% Cerium

0.000022% Barium

0.00002% Tin

0.00002% Iodine

0.00002% Titanium

0.000018% Boron

0.000015% Selenium

0.000015% Nickel

0.000014% Chromium

0.000012% Manganese

0.000007% Arsenic

0.000006% Lithium

0.000006% Murcury

0.000006% Caesium

0.000005% Molybdenum

0.000005% Germanium

0.000003% Cobalt

0.000002% Antimony

0.000002% Silver

0.000001% Niobium

0.000001% Zirconium

0.0000008% Lanthanum

0.0000007% Tellurium

0.0000007% Bismuth

0.0000007% Gallium

0.0000004% Indium

0.0000002% Gold

0.0000002% Scandium

0.0000002% Tantalum

0.00000011% Vanadium

0.0000001% Uranium

0.0000001% Thorium

0.00000005% Samarium

0.00000002% Tungsten

0.00000002% Beryllium

0.00000000000003% Radium

Of these elements, the lighter ones - Hydrogen, Lithium, Beryllium and Boron were created at the beginning of the universe 13.8 billion years ago.

The heaviest elements were made by nuclear reactions in the cores of dead stars (in a process known as Stellar Nucleosynthesis), and distributed across the universe upon those stars dying and turning supernova.

All of these chemical elements, when governed by the laws of physics, comprise human life. They comprise love, hate, laughter, pain, sex and depression.

This often happens when you  try to open a 40 year ago expired chemical… 

The chemical is in perfect condition inside the container, the only thing what suffered the years is the low quality plastic case what broke as seen on the picture.

Use your purchasing power to get Triclosan out of these products!

Triclosan, a common antimicrobial in personal hygiene products, causes liver fibrosis and cancer in mice

Triclosan is an antimicrobial commonly found in soaps, shampoos, toothpastes and many other household items. Despite its widespread use, researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine report potentially serious consequences of long-term exposure to the chemical. The study, published Nov. 17 by Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, shows that triclosan causes liver fibrosis and cancer in laboratory mice through molecular mechanisms that are also relevant in humans.

“Triclosan’s increasing detection in environmental samples and its increasingly broad use in consumer products may overcome its moderate benefit and present a very real risk of liver toxicity for people, as it does in mice, particularly when combined with other compounds with similar action,” said Robert H. Tukey, PhD, professor in the departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Pharmacology. Tukey led the study, together with Bruce D. Hammock, PhD, professor at University of California, Davis. Both Tukey and Hammock are directors of National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Superfund Programs at their respective campuses.

Chemical Find May Compromise Many Aging Studies

Some studies on the genetic roots of aging will need a second look after the discovery that a common lab chemical can extend the life span of female fruit flies by 68 percent.

For years, scientists have engineered fruit flies whose genes can be turned on and off by a synthetic hormone, allowing detailed studies of the effects of single genes on life span. Many of the genes have close relatives in humans. Unfortunately, the hormone used to perform the studies turns out to be anything but neutral.

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2015/02/chemical-find-may-compromise-many-aging-studies