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Potent Alternative Green Products

Potent Green Energy Alternatives

Volume 2, Issue 12, June 20, 2013

There are two most powerful, potent, and remarkable important natural products available that will and can help the consumer or business in green energy efforts in the home and in our exterior environment are hydrogen peroxide and vinegar. The reason why these two products that are the most potent green energy alternatives on earth and are the most potent are because they can create an oxygenated atmospheric element in the environment where mixed that it benefits health, well-being, and generates a better quality of air and effects in the environment. Instead of using harse chemicals to scrub, sanitize, cleanse, and disenfect areas in the home or business the use of Hydrogen peroxide and vinegar provide a powerfully potent duo that are green energy safe and wonderfully limitless.

Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is one of the most unique products on the planet. It releases oxygen in the air, ground, and human body when chemically mixed with the elements in our body, air, or ground.

Health benefits - For example, it creates an oxygenated environment in the mouth when gargling to cleanse, deodorize, and disinfect the mouth. It releases oxygen into the mouth at the same time when gargling. This is one of the most effective uses of creating an oxygenated environment in your mouth that will pass into the lungs and other parts of the body. It also can be used to cleanse the wounds on your body and it automatically will generate an oxygenated bubble or bubbles that cleanse the wound and re-oxygenate it. It is also healthy to give yourself an oxygenated mask every so often to oxygenate the skin. Oxygen kills cancerous cells and other bacteria on the skin.

Household benefits - Cleansing the bath or bathtub and sanitizing it with hydrogen peroxide is useful and not harmful to the environment. You can also use it to disinfect an area like your wash boards, cooking boards, sponges, and cutting boards. It could also be used to remove mold and bacteria from walls, floors, toilets, bathtubs, and basins.

Gardening and Commercial use – Hydrogen Peroxide can be used to oxygenate plants and it kills weeds and improves the health of sickly plants. This product can also be used commercially to sanitize areas that are used in cooking and in areas like service tables and areas that can be disinfected and are open to the public like bathrooms (https://www.using-hydrogen-peroxide/peroxide-garden.html).


The second most potent and remarkable products are distilled white vinegar and apple cider vinegar that provide many uses and are relevant in maintaining a healthy and less harmful environment for consumers and businesses alike.

Health – Distilled white vinegar cleanses the body and helps as a natural healer unlike hydrogen peroxide distilled white vinegar can be swallowed, and allowed into the body without causing any problems.

Vinegar is a natural anti-fungal and antiseptic and it could be used inside the body, as well as, outside the body to provide relief. Vinegar removes lice from the body and Apple Cider vinegar shrinks pores so it could reduce blemishes on the skin. Since it is anti-fungal, it could be used to cleanse feet and body areas as an antiseptic.

Household uses – Some of the household uses of vinegar are removing stains, providing a antiseptic, sanitation, and disinfectanting. It is used as a relief mechanism in antiseptic uses. Using vinegar to clean floors, bath, toilets, bathtubs, and sinks can sanitize and disinfect the areas to remove fungal elements and soiled areas. Vinegar can also be used in washing clothes, and putting it in pipes or drains to remove rust, stains, and debris. It is a wonderful cleanser in removing coffee stains and other stains from glassware also.

Garden and Commercial use – Vinegar can be used to kill weeds and slugs by diluting with water and pouring it in plants. It could be used to clean drive ways of oil and rust. Commercial uses would be to use instead of using harmful chemicals to remove oil stains and sanitize the area. This product can also be used to clean automobiles and vinyl, it also polishes and removes rust and it therefore will not harm the environment (


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