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fungicides contain heavy metals

Arsenic mercury cadmium are the active ingredients in pesticides and herbicides

Lead and many other heavy metals in fertilzers for rice crops

Fungus already resistant to most heavy metals in fungicides and also antibiotic resistant This research will indicate to the industry, that they need either more of the heavy metals and abx, or they need more nasty substances to kill fungi.

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Glyphosate herbicides contain arsenic, lead, chromium and nickel

"Glyphosate-based herbicides contain toxic heavy metals such as arsenic, lead, chromium and nickel, a new study has found.

These are not declared and are normally banned due to their toxicity. They are also known to be endocrine (hormone) disruptors.


The toxic heavy metals were found at levels well above those permitted in drinking water.

They were detected in 22 pesticides, including 11 glyphosate-based ones.


The researchers suggested that the heavy metal contaminants "could ... explain some of the adverse effects of the pesticides".


The research was published in Toxicology Reports by a team led by Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini at the University of Caen, France.


All the pesticide formulations tested except one contained a cocktail of toxic heavy metals.


Commenting on the contamination, the researchers stated, "This phenomenon ... appears to be widely distributed in the world, as our samples came from the European Union and North America."


The researchers found large amounts of arsenic in glyphosate-based herbicide in Sri Lanka.

The country has banned glyphosate herbicides due to a suspected connection with chronic kidney disease in rural people."

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https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221475001730149X

Toxicity of formulants and heavy metals in glyphosate-based herbicides and other pesticides

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Even fertilizers have heavy metals.

http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/eh/risk/studies/metals.html

" The presence of heavy metals in inorganic fertilizers is well established.

Analytical testing of a wide range of fertilizer products shows that some phosphate and micronutrient fertilizers, and liming materials contain elevated levels of arsenic, cadmium, and lead compared to other fertilizer types (e.g., nitrogen, potash, gypsum).

A few waste-derived fertilizer products also have been shown to contain elevated (parts per trillion) levels of dioxins."


Can you guys believe this?
It's WELL ESTABLISHED, widely known and accepted!

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Conclusion: anything you eat that is not organic contains heavy metals due to fertilizers and pesticides / fungicides / herbicides.

Any non-organic animal product you take - milk products, meat, organs, animal based hormones, etc - will have CONCENTRATED pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and fertilizers = concentrate dioxins and heavy metals due to bio-accumulation.

Do we need to know why we are all sick and contaminated with heavy metals??


Heavy metals are also raining on us, on our organic crops due to air pollution from these herbicides, pesticides, etc plus some more spraying happening due to geo-engineering.

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Bottled water in California is full of arsenic

I guess, it can come from pesticides that leak into the water...

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About chemtrails and patents for aerosols.

https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/what-are-chemtrails-doing-food-water-supply/

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Conclusion: no one needs to test for heavy metal contamination.

We all are contaminated.

Healing should involve heavy metal detox.

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Heavy metals in ALL juices such as arsenicum, lead, cadmium

7 out of 21 analyzed juices were so contaminated that drinking only HALF A CUP per day could DAMAGE children.

They say contamination comes from soil!!!

No one mentions the fact that pesticides, herbicides, insecticides and FERTILIZERS use heavy metals.

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