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How to Unstructure Chlorine for Bathing 🧼

Chlorine and Fulvic for industrial use have been studied and it was discovered that a harmful chloroform gas was created by adding Fulvic to Chlorine.

The problem with chlorine is that when it’s mixed with organic matter it forms compounds called trihalomethanes (THMs), also known as disinfectant byproducts.

The studies shown were not using Peat Moss Fulvic. Nevertheless it could still render the Fulvic useless. So here are some ways to unstructure the Chlorine for bathing.

I will make a separate post for unstructuring toxins such as Chlorine and pesticides from water that has been filtered but may still have fluoride and chlorine in it.


MSM is a naturally occurring substance. It is essentially sulfur. Sulfur is important for our body but it is depleted from our soil and nervous system.

MSM when added to chlorinated water with a few fresh grinds or pinches of Himalayan pink salt will remove the chlorine structure in the water. I add 2 tablespoons of MSM to my bath while it’s filling up. I let it sit about ten minutes and then I add the Fulvic powder or tablets.

🖕🏼🖕🏼 and stick your middle finger up in the air while you’re doing it to the evil people who put it there in the first place 😂


Shungite is a rock found only in one part of Russia that has cages known as fullerenes that trap and unstructure toxins including pesticides. It is also high in carbon. It takes about 50-100 grams of shungite per 1L of water for filtration when DRINKING. I’ll make a separate post on this. But for the purpose of this post you only need 50 to 100 g of Shungite for your bath water or foot bath and you can put this in a little bag to keep it altogether.

It works rather quickly and can be left in your bathwater as it’s filling up and then I add the fulvic about 10 minutes after the bathtub is full.


Using Vitamin C to neutralize chlorine in bath water is very simple. Using either ascorbic acid or sodium ascorbate, you add just a teaspoon and wait 5-10 minutes before getting in the tub.

If you aren’t a fan of keeping these around your home or don’t want to add it into the bath each time you draw one, you can drop a vitamin c dechlorination tablet into the water , which does the same thing.


Bentonite Clay is a natural detoxifying agent that binds metals and removes them. It has a property referred to as a poly-cationic nature, which leads to absorption of negatively charged toxins. Upon contact with liquids, the electrical components of bentonite clay chard, making it available to absorb toxins.

From Mountain Rose: “Bentonite is very unusual in the fact that once it becomes hydrated, the electrical and molecular components of the clay rapidly change and produce an electrical charge. It is a swelling clay, and when it becomes mixed with water it rapidly swells open like a highly porous sponge.”

I add 2 tablespoons to my large garden tub.


Baking soda is cheap and easy to use. Adding 2 tablespoons of baking soda to your bath can help unstructure chlorine and eliminate toxins.

For added benefits you can combine 2 tablespoons Vitamin C, but these do not have to be done together to be effective. Let the soda sit in the full bath for 5 minutes before adding Fulvic

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Awesome information! Thanks so much!

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