- Joined Aug 13, 2006
What he is doing is not good. Soap residue could cause a case of dysentery or the runs and cause havoc to the stomach..
Dysentery is caused by an amoeba as far as i know, in any case some germ, that is, living organism, because it responds to antibiotics. Soap contains no germ. Soap might give you diarrhea but not dysentery.
I think the problem is trying to eliminate chemicals with another chemical. First of all, soap can kill germs but does it remove chemicals?
And soap can kill germs if it's rubbed on stuff, but does it remove germs generically like that with rinsing? and do we need to remove all those germs?
but the chemicals, i don;t know, but i've read about baking soda removing them, but i imagine most stuff food is sprayed with is sprayed while it's young and it must have been absorbed by the cells by the time we eat it. or not?