It only takes 7 days of exposure to cause changes in the uterus and Roundup is still being used? We need to follow the money trail from Monsanto and hold those involved ACCOUNTABLE for their actions.
This sort of goes along with the last post about foods. Here’s more data being unveiled about the problems with not only glyphosate (the active in Roundup), but also Roundup’s adjuvants, or assisting chemicals (ingredients which make the active more effective).
“Now a team of scientists has published their peer-review findings discovering serious damage to the uterus of rats exposed to glyphosate, the world’s most-used weed-killer. Other alarming signs of high glyphosate toxicity also to humans are being documented as well.
“Astonishingly, it was the first test in the 42 years since Monsanto first brought glyphosate to market as the main component of its most popular weed-killer, Roundup, that tested effects on uterine development of glyphosate-based herbicide exposure… Among the findings of the researchers was that GBH-exposed uteri showed morphological changes when they are exposed for only 7 days after birth.
“The study’s authors concluded that exposure to glyphosate…
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