The only product clinically proven to
detoxify glyphosate from the body
What is Glyphosate and Roundup?
Glyphosate (N-phosphonomethylglycine) is the most heavily used chemical weedkiller in food and agricultural production in human history. Since glyphosate-based herbicides were first introduced in 1974, glyphosate use has skyrocketed more than 300-fold, leading to more than 3.5 billion pounds being sold in the United States during this time. In the past decade alone, more than 2.4 billion pounds have been applied to farmers’ fields – or 67% of all glyphosate ever sold in the U.S – as a result of the widespread adoption of genetically engineered crops. As the main active ingredient in Monsanto’s bestselling herbicide Roundup, each year more than 300 million pounds of glyphosate-based herbicides are sprayed on food crops, lawns and home gardens across the country. In the past 20 years, there’s been a massive increase in glyphosate use directly linked to the introduction of Monsanto’s Roundup Ready genetically engineered crops, such as GMO corn, soybeans, cotton, sugar beets and canola plants that have been specifically manipulated to survive being sprayed with glyphosate-based herbicides
Studies have revealed widespread contamination of some of the most common food products on the market. The full list can be accessed below
What Health Conditions Have Been Linked to Glyphosate?
- Multiple class action lawsuits and a wrongful death lawsuit have been filed in the U.S. on the finding that glyphosate is a probable cancer-causing agent. Specifically over the following cancers: Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Bone Cancer, Colon Cancer, Kidney Cancer, Liver Cancer, Melanoma, Pancreatic Cancer, Thyroid Cancer.
- A growing body of peer-reviewed scientific evidence shows that glyphosate acts as an endocrine disruptor (ie. it affects hormones in the body) at levels that the human population is routinely exposed to in America.
- Glyphosate binds (chelates) vital nutrients such as iron, manganese, zinc, and boron in the soil, preventing plants from taking them up – leading to human nutrient deficiencies and associated diseases.
- Glyphosate is also patented as an antibiotic or biocide, meaning that beyond its use as an herbicide to kill weeds it in most likelihood has a significant harmful effect on humans by killing beneficial microorganisms in the gut. This has been associated with a host of digestive disorders including leaky gut, IBS, Crohn’s and Colitis
- New research is revealing that constant glyphosate exposure is linked to Autism.
Ancient Wisdom. Modern Science. Nature’s Finest