by Christina Sarich, Natural Society:
How long should it take for a carcinogenic chemical to dissipate, water-down, or disappear before you consume the food it is sprayed on? There is no definitive scientific test proving that Monsanto’s Roundup chemicals break down after being sprayed on your food. Dr. Stepahnie Seneff summarizes the two key problems caused by glyphosate in the diet in this way:
- Nutritional deficiencies
- Systemic toxicity
According to a ‘pre-harvest guide’ Monsanto’s Roundup should be sprayed on food just three days before harvesting. The Monsanto document states:
“Spraying a RoundUp brand agricultural herbicide allows for uniform crop maturity which gives you the option to straight cut harvest.”
Monsanto also claims that aerial applications can be made without drift onto unwanted areas. Say what??? Almost all research on the toxicity and environmental fate of herbicides is conducted on herbicide ‘active ingredients’ only and in complete isolation. In fact:
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