Sick Building Syndrome: When Buildings Make Us Ill
Sick building syndrome is primarily caused by the materials used in constructing houses, with paint being a major culprit. Some paints emit or release toxic substances when they dry, contributing to the syndrome.
There was an incident in Japan where sick building syndrome was discovered in a school that had been newly constructed and beautifully painted at the time. Students eagerly entered the new classrooms, only to experience symptoms such as vomiting and dizziness. It is important to note that no food was provided by the school.
Scientific investigation revealed that the paint materials used in the construction emitted toxic vapors, leading to the symptoms observed in the students.
Since then, numerous newly constructed houses have been labeled as sick buildings, as occupants consistently fall ill. This phenomenon can help explain the issues of air pollution in urban areas.
However, there are instances of sick buildings that do not emit any toxic substances. In these cases, only a specific individual in the family falls ill upon entering the house. This too is considered a form of sick building syndrome, but the person in this case is affected by the negative energy. The house produces certain waves or light that modulate the ionospheric wave, similar to the effects of smoking.
This can be likened to pollen or hay allergies, where only certain individuals are affected by specific types of pollen or hay.
Now, with this understanding, we can determine which cases can be treated using PYRO-ENERGEN. Read our article "Root Cause of Cancer and Viral Diseases Revealed" for more information on this negative energy.