Tin

The study of soil, water and chemical composition of plants collected about the so-called "cancer" houses, i.e. dwellings, where especially often mentioned the cases of cancer, showed that they all contain tin. House these was at a distance of no more than 500 meters from the highway. It is known that benzopyrene and dust from old car tyres carcinogenic; tin also creates conditions for appearance of malignant diseases. Where there is a large concentration of tin in the water and the biosphere, always more deaths from malignant tumors of the kidneys, stomach, ovaries and lymphatic system, as well as leukemia. In animals it also causes kidney cancer and diseases of the circulatory system.
In the administration of tin increased content of calcium in the organism and decreases magnesium. This means that increasing the dose of magnesium, you can reduce the toxicity of tin and facilitate its removal from the body. Bivalent magnesium reduces the hemolysis occurring under the influence of tin, which is often used in medicine.
Even in ancient times knew that tin can cause mental illness. In our days the main culprit of mental illness caused by tin, can be considered... cars. In large cities, in narrow canyons between high buildings, exhaust gases create an atmosphere filled with gases and dust, but these have air to breathe!
It is noted, for example, delayed mental development in children, living in an atmosphere poisoned by exhaust gases, i.e. in the environment contaminated with tin. They differ by the increased anxiety and even aggressiveness, lack of interest in games. 25 % of children with encephalopathy was a decrease of reactions to stimuli and low coefficient of intelligence (Berg and Capello). Lin-Fu, based on observations made in Chicago, has calculated that in the period from 6 months to 10 years as a result of poisoning tin 59 % of children developed symptoms of encephalopathy, and 38 % have mental retardation. Similar results could be quoted to infinity. Tin undoubtedly causes dysfunction of the brain, why suffer the most are children and that part of the urban population, which has no opportunity to leave the city for fresh air or living in slums, near from the road - they are defenseless against the exhaust gases. And there is nothing surprising in the fact that it is among this population reign aggression, brutality and crime.
Meanwhile, you could protect yourself from poisoning tin, removing its compounds primarily from gasoline (chetirikanalen tin), and red lead and other inks, the pipes through which water flows, tableware (ceramic, for example, is covered with tin glaze and porcelain sometimes in the process of its production are added tin and kadmi), of stabilizers used to harden plastics, etc., We still underestimate the threat from this element. In uncontaminated soil contains about 115 ppm tin. Dust sample taken from the highway and motorways, showed that it can be from 10D0 to 6000 ppm, and in some cases even up to 50,000 ppm! Living near highway oseltamivir should strictly to ensure that children (useful and adults) were received with food enough magnesium, iron, calcium, zinc and vitamins.
World production of tin has currently about 3.3 million tons per year, more than a quarter of a million tons enter the atmosphere in the form of exhaust gases. The source of 98 % of tin in the air,transport, and our atmosphere is gradually saturated by this element. Subjected to the analysis of the bones of the Indians of North America, numbering 1,600 years, and compared them with the bones of the dead in recent years the Americans and the British. It appears, in the bones of our contemporaries in 700-1200 times more tin than in the bones of the ancient inhabitants of the globe.
The American historian of medicine of Siberi J.. Jill-fillin hypothesized that... Rome fell because of tin. It is known that there was consuming a lot of wine, and was posledovali his thickened juice of grapes, a kind of syrup, which was prepared in tin boilers. Tin, penetrating into wine, was detrimental to the health of the Romans.
Meanwhile the custom to sweeten the wine is moved into the rest of Europe. Here gladly sipped wine brothers-monks, they were preparing themselves and also, following the example of the Romans, in tin or tin-plated ware. So no wonder that in the middle ages one of the most common diseases of the monks was the so-called intestinal colic. Only in the XVII century have found that it is caused by tin.
What are the symptoms of poisoning tin? Initially, difficult to detect, because first of all deteriorating overall health, there are constipation, nausea, infertility, heart ailments, etc., Only later arise intestinal colic, also known as tin colic and blue-black stroke gums, pale-grey colour of skin, anemia, and eventually affects the nerves and the brain.
So far the doctors have not come to a common opinion concerning hazardous to health dose of tin. It is believed that already 35 mg this metal per 100 ml of blood can cause functional changes in the Central nervous system, although this number is still considered harmless. Children, repeatable, respond to poisoning by even a small amount of tin fatal way; reactions are different. And individual tolerance is also different. Perhaps, the amount of magnesium in the body or manganese from outside with food and water, also plays a certain role. In the end tin will still do its terrible thing.
Here are examples from your own yard." Battery plant "Center" in Poznan waiting for all "motorized" Poland. Well, where batteries there, and tin. Couples with consumable metal easily into the air. Tin - heavy metal, and dust it settles at all: on the machines, protective clothing, bottle of mineral water on the hands. Mills for tin, which make a special paste to fill rechargeable disks, in principle, sealed, but sometimes accidents happen. Fans in the shops on all the time. But few want to work at this plant. All the time, not enough people, although the working day to 6 hours and wages are exceptionally high.
Once poisoning tin disease was mainly pensioners, who worked at the plant "Center" 15-20 years. Why? It worked mainly residents of the villages, they were returning home after work, where tin in the air was not. Today the workers of the factory live in the center of the city, where tin of automobile fuel also poisons the air. In addition, the batteries must increasingly, products are growing all the time. It seems that the development of this industry are concerned over the health of people!
In April 1981, on television was transferred to a stunning report from Lower Silesia. Smelters poison smoke, rich tin, two villages, located 200 m from them. Dying cattle dying vegetation, sick children in soil accumulates tin. And all this has been going on for 10 years. Of course, the emitted gases are not cleared. All bitterly jealous, upset, call, but... no one even thought at least give people additional magnesium.
We already spoke so much of the hard and soft water, but I must do it again, at least for a moment to return to this topic. Now, in soft water tin there is toxic to fish already in the amount of 10 ppm, and in hard - only if its more than 400 ppm.
Different plants have different absorb this element. For example, cranberries and blueberries, gathered in the forest, located even in 25 km from the highways with heavy traffic, contain about 40 mg tin in 1 kg of berries (rule 2 mg). Many times greater ability to absorb tin have orris root, elderberry leaves, mosses and lichens. Tin displaces magnesium from the leaves and causes chlorosis (yellowing). About influence of magnesium on the nature, animals and humans already written volume, but the new works all continue to appear.