Propane causes a body addiction that is responsible for heart attacks, asthma attacks, seizures, strokes and MS attacks. It will stay in your body for 3 days and 6 hours from last exposure(estimate but will be very close) before it triggers an attack.
Propane influences people by increasing people’s emotions. It will multiply our current emotions, things like anger, fear, excitement, disgust and all the other basic emotions that drive us. Propane will multiply it based on how much propane is in their body. As more propane enters the body, a person who’s angry, will get very angry, their anger growing as more propane enters their body.
For example, some people might get angry a lot, while others might be more sensitive to what you think about them. Not everybody will be influenced the same by propane. It really depends on the emotion that drives them for each situation with propane providing a boost to their current emotion.
Anger is an emotion that leads to violent behavior.
Disgust is an emotion that leads to prejudice, bigotry and racism.
Fear and sadness are an emotions that leads to suicide.
Emotions can also give raise to desires that leads to rape and corruption.
Don’t take my word for it. Take a look at some of these propane countries for yourself. Countries like Mexico, India, North Korea and Iraq are just some of the violent countries that depend on propane for their primary cooking source.
America has been fortunate that it removed most of the propane from underground natural gas pipes, but it wasn’t always like today.
During the 1920s and 1930s, America was plagued by organized crime and corruption. At the same time lp gas saw an increase in production. As propane grew, so did the violence in those time periods.
I know it will difficult for you believe about everything I said about propane. It goes against everything our education, doctors, scientists and country taught us about propane. Although I can’t prove to you now that propane is doing all this, I can prove that propane causes a body addiction, and anybody who uses it daily can look into for themselves. Knowing it causes a body addiction is the first step to proving everything else I said about propane is correct.
I worked with a trucking company in California for over 5 years. I was the receiver at my job, responsible for keeping up with the warehouse inventory. When new items arrived, I made sure the items and quantities were correct before I entered it into the database.
My problems with propane did not start right away. It wasn’t until my company relocated into a bigger warehouse that all my problems started.
After moving into the new warehouse, they decided to keep the propane storage next to my desk. We had about 16 propane tanks and 5 running forklifts. The 16 tanks were filled every 2 to 3 days by the propane company, while the forklifts exchanged for new tanks every 1 to 2 days. Every time someone needed a new propane tank, they had to come to my desk to exchange the tank.
After about 2 years of this, I started to feel ill, unaware of what’s really making me sick. I went back and forth to my doctors to find an answer for why I was feeling sick. They performed many checkups without finding out any answers. They kept telling me I was healthy but I did not feel healthy.
Another year went by and I wasn’t feeling any better. I continued to visit the doctors looking for answers. Until one day I came into work, I started feeling sick. Right away I knew it was something at my job. The first thing I saw next to me was the propane tanks. Unsure if propane was the cause of it, I decided to wait until I spoke with my doctor about it first, since I had an upcoming appointment.
Once I got back to my doctor’s office, I told him I believe the propane is making me sick. Since it was work related, my doctor told me to go to a worker’s comp doctors, because insurance would not cover my visit.
I’m still waiting for my medical records for my doctor’s visit above. I will post records once I get them from my doctors.
The next day at work, I reported everything my doctor said to my manager. He sent me to the workers comp doctor. While at the workers comp doctors, he couldn’t find anything wrong, so he told my manager to move the propane from my area. That is when my real problems started with propane.
My Workers Comp Medical Records
After removing the propane tanks from my area, I started to get very sick so I decided to go back to my doctor and report it to him. At my doctor’s office, my doctor refused to see me for the propane, and sent me on my way. Shocked by what he did, I decided to look into propane more.
After doing some online reading, I found out that propane is listed as a non-toxic substance, which explained to me why no one wanted to see me.
As more days passed without any sign of getting better, I decided to test the propane out. I went to the propane tank and released the gas. Right away, my sick feeling ended. I knew at that moment it caused a body addiction.
Over the next several weeks. I decided to test the propane out. I would expose myself to propane and wait for it to break. During my test with it, I started having heart attacks, strokes, MS attacks and asthma attacks, every time the exposure broke. It stayed in my body for about 3 days and 6 hours (estimate but should be close to that time). If I was exposed to a small amount, it would trigger an MS attack. Exposed to a lot more and it caused some very painful attacks.
Once I found out what it was doing to me, I decided to quit my job. I knew it was pointless to try to see another doctor about it. I ended up moving back home with my mom.
I reported everything to the US government believing that they would do something about it. Months to turn into years, without them doing anything. Seems to me they care more about the money they make from it than people that are affected by it.
Which brings me to today and why I’m starting this website to raise awareness about the real dangers of propane. I can’t do this alone. I need your help with this. You can help by sharing this with all your friends and family that use propane daily.
On this page, I will post signs and symptoms of propane exposure I have experienced or noticed with people who uses propane daily.
I grew in the city most my life and was never around propane much. These are changes I have noticed and experienced since I started working with propane. Depending on how much propane you used or around daily can trigger all or some of these signs.
Before you read the signs of propane, I want you to know what I call Solid Propane. I will use this term in my description for signs and symptoms of propane.
Is propane in it’s raw form. It has not been burned or mixed with anything else, making the propane percentage very high.
I have a few questions I wanted to ask you before you read the signs and symptoms of propane.
Do you have friends and family who use propane daily? .
Have you been feeling sick while using or working with propane?
Do you get angry easy?
Do you drink a lot of caffeine daily?
Are you having vision problems?
Do you have memory problems?
If you answer yes to any of my question, please look at my signs and symptoms below for propane exposure.
Heavy Propane Exposure:
Heavy Propane exposure is for people who use or are exposed to solid propane a few times a day everyday, as long as you are exposed to a good amount of solid propane daily. Things like cooking with it 3 times a day, or using it for other activities are at risk to being considered for Heavy Exposure. It’s very hard to try determine with 100% accuracy how much it will take to fall under Heavy Exposure but here are the list of signs and symptoms of what I have noticed with Heavy Propane Exposure.
Multiple Sclerosis Attacks
Sleep longer hours
Tired a lot after sleeping long hours (Will drink more caffeine drinks to keep them going during the day)
Mood Swings (Getting angry was one of the most common thing I noticed. Once angry, it is very hard to calm down.
Vision problems (Might wear or need glasses)
Bags or Dark circles under eyes
Reading or Writing Problems
Difficulties thinking or confused a lot
Mild Propane Exposure:
Mild propane exposure is for people who use propane a few times a month. They will exhibit many signs of Heavy Propane Exposure but less noticeably. For example, they might have minor memory problems, writing problems or speech problems. Nothing that will set off any alarms that something could be wrong. They will believe that they are fine.
This is only the beginning of the signs and symptoms of Propane. I will update more signs and symptoms of propane in the future so please follow me for more update.