The harm of inferior stainless steel to human body
If stainless steel tableware or kitchen utensils contain excessive nickel, it is likely to cause damage to human skin, and even cause respiratory system lesions, which are prone to edema or bleeding.
If the stainless steel contains excessive chromium, the accumulation of this element in the human body will cause diarrhea and abdominal discomfort, and may lead to allergic dermatitis or eczema.
If there is excessive lead in stainless steel, the harm will be even greater. In the case of serious lead poisoning, it will cause irreversible damage to many organs in the human body.