What is Glyphosate? Glyphosate and Roundup is an herbicide for weed control that was introduced back in 1974. It inhibits an enzyme found in plant life that is needed to survive. It has been used as an antibiotic and mineral chelator that immobilizes nutrients and kills microbial life in the soil. Glyphosate and Roundup are sprayed directly on GMS foods like wheat, oats, soy, corn and cotton.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has listed glyphosate as a “probable” carcinogenic (cancer causing ingredient).
When glyphosate and Roundup are ingested by humans, it acts as an antibiotic in the gastrointestinal tract. Studies prove that this toxin can cross the blood brain barrier that lead to ADD/Anxiety/Depression which can further lead to addiction issues.
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