G2Voice Broadcast #49: The long tentacles of Glyphosate in OUR world!
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The location for our G2 Church Seminars in Rodadero, Colombia has been changed! We had the place “reserved” and this week “they” notified us that our “reservation” was taken and there are no more rooms available! Hahahah! Sound suspicious to anyone? If there was a “call” made to stop us from holding the G2 Seminars then “they” don’t know us! We just keep going no matter the attacks. Let’s just say it was an “administrative mistake” as “they” are saying and we will leave it like that. We secured a new location! It is nicer and only a 1 minute walk from the beach! Hahahaha! https://www.tripadvisor.com/
The rooms are NOT included now but, lunch, Sat. and Sun. and snacks are included in the seminar cost of $350.00.
NOTE: The only real change is the cost of the hotel you choose for three nights!
There are 73 Lodgings in Rodadero. You choose where you want to stay. The Seminar is being held at the Hotel Arhuaco which costs 179,195 Colombian Pesos per night which is currently, $66.36 a night with Breakfast and taxes included.
We are looking forward to training more health ministers on how to use the G2 Sacramental Protocols. We are seeing so many testimonies coming in monthly. People can take control of the their own health without relying on the medical industry for the rest of their life! Of course, in case of an emergency you need a hospital's emergency ward, but day to day health can be achieved by:
• Detoxing the body with the G2 Sacraments of pathogens i.e. bad bacterias, bad viruses, bad over grown fungi and molds, overgrown parasite population, heavy metals, cancers and oxidize other synthetic and artificial compounds causing dis-ease in the body!
• Minimizing the toxins that are coming into the body.
• Building up the body's internal complex and efficient defense systems that work in conjunction with the 12 systems of the body with naturally organic foods.
Everyone that is planning on coming needs to buy their plane tickets to Santa Marta, Colombia. Rodadero is where the seminar will be held and is 20 minutes from Airport, (SMR).
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We are looking forward to a great Genesis II Church Seminar in beautiful Rodadero, Colombia! Come and spend a few extra days relaxing before or after the G2 Seminar. There are a lot of things to see here from the mountains 30 minutes away to the ocean and Tayrona park. Santa Marta is 15 minutes away and it is over 500 years old!
The Long Tentacles of Glyphosate in OUR world!
I want everyone to pay attention to this newsletter because your life depends on it! Why? Because this chemical is being found EVERYWHERE! It is found in drinking water, many foods, vaccines, urine, blood, breast milk, the brain, passing the placenta to the embryo, feminine hygiene products, in slaughtered animals, air and rain samples, and streams and watercourses. In other words, in just about every area of the world. So, you see this is infecting and effecting our world and our bodies!
I’ve shown in this newsletter how the EPA has been comprised in helping Monsanto and other “special” interests groups to the detriment of us all! I’ve included Monsanto’s response in their own writings claiming Glyphosate is “safe” and causes no harm to the environment and quotes doctors in their research. Listen, if the EPA is bought and paid for, do you think it is possible these “reputable” doctors can be paid off also? We have shown in the past that editors of medical journals have said that 90% of the studies are not scientific but paid for by the pharmaceutical companies to show the results they want to be seen. Same goes on with the chemical, oil and agricultural companies that have the “gold” to publish “fake science” to continue their sales!
• Editor In Chief Of World’s Best Known Medical Journal: Half Of All The Literature Is False: http://www.collective-evolution.com/2015/05/16/editor-in-chief-of-worlds-best-known-medical-journal-half-of-all-the-literature-is-false
• NEJM editor: “No longer possible to believe much of clinical research published”
• Pharma Controls Clinical Trials Of Their Drugs. Is This Hazardous To Your Health? https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnlamattina/2013/10/02/pharma-controls-clinical-trials-of-their-drugs-is-this-hazardous-to-your-health/#1a96140b7b2e
Forty years ago, Monsanto knew that this and even some of the EPA scientists disagreed with Glyphosate being approved but it didn’t matter! Why? Look at the evidence from the “poison papers” about the corruption of the EPA as a protection agency. Seems that they are protecting chemical companies and special interest groups and NOT the environment and the people of this world!!!! Read, copy and download this information.
I have included many links to show all of you that there is plenty of scientific information showing that Glyphosate is dangerous to the environment, animals and humans! Please take the time and look into the facts. Here is a VERY good article to read. The “Poison Papers” clarify a lot. Follow the money folks! It is the “Golden Rule” principle, “He that has the gold makes the rules”. Monsanto has a lot of GOLD!
The Environmental Protection Agency’s mission statement reads: “to protect human health and the environment.” Ironically, while the EPA has done some strong work in the past, the agency has also helped corporations destroy the environment and threaten human health through pesticide usage and adding neurotoxins to our drinking water. These are only two of many examples of the EPA doing an inadequate job of protecting human health and the environment.
The EPA is known to hold strong ties to oil, gas, and chemical corporations, enforcing extremely lenient regulations that allow these companies to profit at the expense of our health and the environment. The Bioscience Resource Project and The Center for Media and Democracy recently teamed up to expose some of this corruption by publishing the Poison Papers, which contains thousands upon thousands of EPA, government, and chemical company documents.
What Are the Poison Papers?
Poison Papers is a project created by The Bioscience Resource Project and The Center for Media and Democracy in a joint effort to expose any corruption within the EPA or chemical companies that somehow evade or bend U.S. laws.
The organizations describe the project as follows:
The “Poison Papers” represent a vast trove of rediscovered chemical industry and regulatory agency documents and correspondence stretching back to the 1920s. Taken as a whole, the papers show that both industry and regulators understood the extraordinary toxicity of many chemical products and worked together to conceal this information from the public and the press.
Recommended Book: Altered Genes, Twisted Truth: How the Venture to Genetically Engineer Our Food Has Subverted Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematically Deceived the Public
So, what did the Poison Papers reveal?
This document exposes countless health issues allegedly caused by certain pesticides, like Tordon and Roundup, including many cases of cancer following the use of Tordon, and even speculates that there was a huge cover-up regarding how many people had cancer as a result of chemical exposure. Despite the overwhelming number of health issues reported, the EPA released a statement explaining that there were no health concerns related to Tordon or its active ingredient, picloram.
Another document was a letter written by Dr. Jack Griffith, a former EPA scientist, discussing the dangers of 2,4,5-T and a controversial experiment in Oregon. After being sprayed widely in Oregon, there was an extreme increase in the number of involuntary abortions. Chemical giant Dow tried to argue this, and the EPA scientist stated that their comments were “totally inaccurate.”
Another document from 1985 referred to TCDD, an extremely toxic contaminant in 2,4,5-T. The document is a transcript detailing how Monsanto allegedly sold a chemical high in TCDD to Lysol, which they then used in their disinfectant spray for an astonishing 23 years, despite the severe toxicity.
A Canadian House of Commons document from Ross Harvey, MP, further discussed Monsanto’s sale of the chemical Santophen-I to Lysol and addressed the fact that Monsanto found evidence of the toxicity of it and then suppressed that information.
There were also multiple documents outlining the relationship the EPA had to the pulp and paper industry; for example, here’s a letter addressed to the EPA from the VP of the American Paper Institute. You’d think that the studies conducted to determine whether or not companies are endangering us and the environment as a result of their chemical usage would be completely independent from said companies in question, but sadly, they’re often not.
In fact, another document from Greenpeace addressed the potential collusion between the pulp and paper industry and the EPA, referring to a federal judge ruling on an agreement between the EPA and the paper industry to “suppress, modify, or delay” studies on dioxin in relation to paper products and production processes.
Another document addressed to the U.S. House of Representatives reads, “since 1979, the EPA has acted to suppress and delay the validity and test results of a major human health study” in regard to the toxicity of dioxin.
Another document included a testimony from Monsanto’s Chief Medical Officer George Roush, who admitted under oath that Monsanto omitted pertinent information regarding the health effects of dioxin. The study found that 27 exposed workers got cancer, but these results were not included in the study. Roush stated that Monsanto “didn’t report truthfully.”
Please keep in mind that these are only a small fraction from the Poison Papers, as there are thousands upon thousands of documents, which you can read through here.
Companies like Monsanto, which make vast sums of money off of these chemicals, have a strong incentive to ensure that people feel safe when using or consuming them. It’s important to remember this when looking at where your information is coming from or who funds these studies.
I would highly recommend reading through some of these documents, as the EPA’s connection to many industries that contribute to the destruction of the environment runs deep. It’s important to note that the Poison Papers weren’t the first publication to address EPA corruption and collusion, and unfortunately, they likely won’t be the last!
For example, another court case addressed the EPA’s ties to Monsanto, which involved bending laws and lying about the environmental and health issues involved with the company’s products (GMOs, herbicide Round Up, etc.). You can read more about that here, but please note that this was not the first time the EPA was accused of aiding Monsanto.
The best way for you to change this reality is to educate yourself and be the change you wish to see in the world. Start researching so you can understand the scope of these issues and make more informed decisions as a consumer. If you don’t like the way we’re treating the environment, then don’t contribute to it. We vote with our dollars and our words. Support companies you believe have strong values and educate other people on what you learn.
Together, we can create positive change in this world through education and action. (Emphasis mine)
Monsanto knowingly released herbicide Roundup (glyphosate) to the public, knowing it was cancer-causing, some 40-years-ago an independent inquiry has discovered.
A series of secretive studies reveals that Monsanto hand-picked selective data from a dozen different experiments in order to falsely claim that Roundup was safe to use on crops consumed by humans.
Rather than present the actual data procured in these studies, many of which exposed Roundup as dangerous and highly poisonous, Monsanto introduced outlying controls to neutralize the findings and make it appear as though Roundup is perfectly safe.
Samsel successfully obtained the hidden Monsanto studies after petitioning his senator for access. Along with Dr. Seneff and Samsel pored through the documents, concluding that, contrary to Monsanto’s reinterpretation of the findings, “significant evidence of tumors was found during these investigations.”
“‘[T]o create doubt and obscure the statistical significance of inconvenient findings, which may have prevented product registration,’ Monsanto introduced irrelevant historical control data from other experiments,” reports GMWatch.org.
When industry studies show unfavorable results, corporations just add ‘experimental noise’
Monsanto has spent an inordinate amount of time and money over the years attempting to construct studies that it hopes will arrive at preconceived findings in favor of Roundup and GMOs. Sometimes this tactic works, and sometimes it doesn’t. And when it doesn’t, the company has a few other tricks up its sleeve.
According to the Seneff and Samsel paper, Monsanto deliberately adds so-called “experimental noise” to the findings of many of its unfavorable studies, which effectively cancels them out and skews the results. In this case, Monsanto hand-selected data from anywhere between three and 11 unrelated studies to alter the findings of studies looking at the safety of Roundup.
When a particular study shows evidence of tumors in animals exposed to Roundup, for instance, Monsanto simply introduces data from another unrelated study showing no tumors, and voila – no more evidence of tumors in association with Roundup!
It’s essentially lying through data manipulation, if we’re going to be blunt. And it’s the only reason Roundup is even approved for commercial use, because no regulator in his or her right mind would ever have supported approval for the chemical herbicide based on actual scientific findings.
Using the “dishonest magic of comparing the findings to data from unrelated historical controls,” to use the words of Seneff and Samsel, Monsanto has been able to “[explain] away as a mystery” the cancer-causing effects of glyphosate, “and [deem them] not to be related to administration of the glyphosate.”
Internal disagreement at EPA further demonstrates lies in Monsanto safety studies for Roundup
It’s the antithesis of sound science. But this is exactly the type of garbage Monsanto considers to be “scientific evidence,” and it’s what mainstream media and public health whores constantly say we should all accept as “fact.” Truth be told, it’s absolute scientific fraud, and it needs to be called out as often and as loudly as possible.
“Using these deviations effectively neutralized the inconvenient results and thus allowed [glyphosate] to be brought to market,” Seneff and Samsel’s paper explains. “Had they not engaged in this deception, glyphosate may never have been registered for use.”
Even the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has indicated concerns with the way glyphosate was approved, noting that not everyone within the agency was on board with the decision.
“EPA documents show that unanimity of opinion for product registration was not reached,” the paper explains. “Not all members of the EPA glyphosate review committee approved the registration of glyphosate. There were those who dissented and signed ‘DO NOT CONCUR.’” (emphasis mine)
Glyphosate is being found literally everywhere in this world!
Glyphosate has turned up in our food, women’s blood, human urine, animals’ organs, air, rain, and streams. It has been found to cross the placental barrier in an in vitro (not in living humans) study.
Places glyphosate has unexpectedly turned up include:
• Our food
In 2017 The Detox Project and Food Democracy Now! released glyphosate testing results for a range of popular U.S. food products – the results were astonishing.
• Women’s blood
Glyphosate was found circulating in the blood of non-pregnant women living in Canada. The amounts of glyphosate detected ranged from undetectable to 93.6 ng/ml (93.6μg/L), with an average of 73.6ng/ml (73.6μg/L). Worryingly, this is well within the range of glyphosate concentration found in vitro to have endocrine disruptive effects on the estrogen hormone system. Such disruptions can lead to serious diseases such as cancer and reproductive problems.
• Crossing the placental barrier in an in vitro study
In an in vitro study simulating human exposures, 15% of administered glyphosate crossed the human placental barrier and entered the fetal compartment. The study showed that the placental barrier in mammals does not protect the unborn fetus from glyphosate exposures.
In testing coordinated by The Detox Project in 2015 and carried out by the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), 93% of the people tested across the U.S. were shown to have glyphosate in their urine.
In other testing commissioned by Friends of the Earth Europe the highest levels of glyphosate and its toxic metabolite AMPA were respectively 1.8 μg/L and 2.6 μg/L and these chemicals were found in the urine of respectively 44% and 36% of European city dwellers.
Glyphosate levels have been found to be significantly higher in urine of humans who ate non-organic food, compared with those who ate mostly organic food. Chronically ill people showed significantly higher glyphosate residues in their urine than healthy people.
In a separate detailed analysis, glyphosate was found in the urine of cows, humans, and rabbits. Cows kept in a GM-free area had significantly lower glyphosate concentrations in urine than cows in conventional livestock systems.7
In an analysis of farm and non-farm families, urinary levels of glyphosate in non-farm children were slightly higher than those in farm children. The authors suggested that this was because of the widespread use of glyphosate in non-farm areas, such as in home gardens.
• Animals’ organs
Glyphosate has been found in the intestines, liver, muscles, spleen and kidney of slaughtered cows.
• Air and rain
Glyphosate and its toxic metabolite AMPA were found in over 75% of the air and rain samples tested from the Mississippi Delta agricultural region in 2007. The researchers noted that the widespread presence of glyphosate was due to the cultivation of GM glyphosate-tolerant crops.
• Streams and watercourses
Glyphosate and AMPA were frequently detected in streams in the American Midwest during the growing season.10 In a monitoring programme in Denmark, glyphosate and AMPA were washed out of the root zone of some types of soil and into drainage water in average concentrations that exceeded the EU permitted limit for drinking water (0.1 μg/l).
Are these levels of glyphosate found in human and animals’ bodies and in the environment dangerous? No one knows, as the necessary testing of presumed safe “acceptable daily intake” levels has not been done in animals. Also, the complete herbicide formulations as sold and used, such as Roundup, have not been tested over the long term at realistic exposure levels.
• What glyphosate does to your brain: http://drbogner.com/glyphosate-vs-brain/
• Glyphosate Found in Childhood Vaccines - Health Nut Newshttps://detoxproject.org/glyphosate/glyphosate-is-everywhere/
• Roundup’s Toxic Chemical Glyphosate, Found In 100% Of California Wines Tested: http://www.healthy-holistic-living.com/roundups-toxic-chemical-glyphosate-found-100-california-wines-tested.html
• Glyphosate Detected in 14 German Beers
“Das Reinheitsgebot” is Germany’s food purity law. It’s one of the world’s oldest food safety laws and limited the ingredients in beer to only water, barley, and hops (yeast was later approved as well).
• Glyphosate Now Found to Contaminate Most Popular Western Foods
• Roundup and Glyphosate Toxicity Underestimated, Study Says
• Brand name processed foods found laced with glyphosate weed ...
• Glyphosate, Monsanto's Roundup Found in People's Urine …
• Many Surprising Foods Found to Contain Monsanto’s Deadly Poison
• Glyphosate found in Cheerios, Kashi cookies and other popular …
• Glyphosate Found in Organic Wine
Now Monsanto’s chemicals are threatening this German tradition and their reputation for producing the purest beer. As reported by The Local: “‘In contrast to our colleagues abroad, German brewers don’t use artificial flavors, enzymes or preservatives,’ said Hans-Georg Eils, president of the German Brewers’ Federation, at the Green Week agricultural fair in Berlin.
The keep-it-simple brews indeed suit a trend toward organic and wholesome food, agreed Frank-Juergen Methner, a beer specialist at the National Food Institute of Berlin’s Technical University.
‘In times of healthy nutrition, demand for beer which is brewed according to the Reinheitsgebot is on the rise too,’ he said.”
Note: Who paid Wikipedia to promote these lies about Glyphosate? It sure isn’t scientific because it doesn’t agree with the other REAL scientific studies and that is the evidence of where Glyphosate is found and the damage it is doing to the human body and the world!
Wikipedia’s Glyphosate explanation
Many regulatory and scholarly reviews have evaluated the relative toxicity of glyphosate as an herbicide. The German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment toxicology review in 2013 found that “the available data is contradictory and far from being convincing” with regard to correlations between exposure to glyphosate formulations and risk of various cancers, including non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL).A meta-analysis published in 2014 identified an increased risk of NHL in workers exposed to glyphosate formulations. In March 2015 the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer classified glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic in humans” (category 2A) based on epidemiological studies, animal studies, and in vitro studies. In November, 2015, the European Food Safety Authority published an updated assessment report on glyphosate, concluding that “the substance is unlikely to be genotoxic (I.e. damaging to DNA) or to pose a carcinogenic threat to humans.” Furthermore, the final report clarified that while other, probably carcinogenic, glyphosate-containing formulations may exist, studies “that look solely at the active substance glyphosate do not show this effect.” In May 2016, the Joint FAO/WHO Meeting on Pesticide Residues concluded that “glyphosate is unlikely to pose a carcinogenic risk to humans from exposure through the diet”, even at doses as high as 2,000 mg/kg body weight orally. In September 2016, a systematic review found no support for a causal relationship between glyphosate exposure and the risk of NHL or of multiple myeloma.
Look at how Monsanto "casually explains away any study showing Glyphosate causes cancer and other health problems by just saying the following.
Glyphosate Fact Sheet (From Monsanto, yellow highlighting mine)
Glyphosate has been independently studied and declared safe by countries including Japan, the United States, Canada, Germany, Argentina, Australia, and the European
Union. Glyphosate has been studied for over 40 years and poses no health risk to workers or the public when used according to label instructions.
Glyphosate is a safe and cost effective tool that reduces costs to users because it works so well.
What is Glyphosate?
Glyphosate is an herbicide used to kill weeds. It was first developed in the 1970’s and is one of the most widely used herbicides in the world because it is both safe and effective.
Glyphosate is used to control a wide variety of weeds and invasive plants in agriculture and gardening, on land and in water environments. There are over 100 glyphosate products sold by over 40 different companies around the world in over 160 countries.
Glyphosate Fact Sheet
Is Glyphosate Safe?
Yes. Before a product can be registered for sale and use in the United States, it must be approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is the head scientific body in the United States that sets strict scientific policies and guidelines for pesticide products to ensure they can be used safely and effectively.
Over 300 studies and thousands of pages of information on glyphosate were reviewed by scientists at the U.S.EPA before it was approved for use. These include short term and long term studies to determine if it caused cancer. All of these studies support the conclusion that glyphosate is safe when used as labeled and poses no health risk to workers or the public. This includes farm workers spraying glyphosate.
Like all pesticides, the U.S. EPA continues to evaluate the safety of glyphosate. Hundreds of additional trustworthy studies have been performed on glyphosate over the last forty years to determine if it causes cancer, other diseases, or long-term health problems. It does not.
But What About Recent Studies that Claim Glyphosate is Dangerous? Just because something is on the Internet does not make it true. There are many ways to get some thing published without having to undergo scrutiny or review by people knowledgeable in the subject matter. Unfortunately, today this is quite common in science. The checks and balances that were once in place, are commonly not there, especially with the advent of the Internet. But Didn’t the World Health Organization (WHO) Recently Say that Glyphosate Probably Causes Cancer? The WHO oversees many programs and committees. One of their committees known as the International Agency for Research on Cancer recently classified glyphosate as probably causing cancer. This classification does not mean that glyphosate actually causes cancer in humans. The committee used such a narrow scope of information that other reputable scientific bodies do not regard the claim as scientifically reliable or sound. Much has been made that this is a WHO committee; yet another WHO committee, the WHO Food & Agriculture Organization’s Joint Meeting on Pesticide Residues have concluded in three different comprehensive reviews that glyphosate is safe.
How do I Know Which Studies to Believe? Concerned members of the public should rely on studies that have been peer reviewed by reputable scientific bodies who publish their reviews, not by unqualified individuals or groups utilizing limited data that is not peer reviewed. You should ask yourself what is more credible; thousands of independent studies from around the world, or 2 or 3 reports that are not supported by any other credible scientific bodies? Glyphosate has been studied by independent scientific bodies in Japan, the US, the EU, Germany, Canada, Australia, Argentina, and many other countries around the world.
All these studies have utilized comprehensive data sets, and have found glyphosate safe.
One recent glyphosate “study” was published by two authors in a non-credible physics journal, which concluded that glyphosate causes a wide range of health diseases including Parkinson’s, infertility, and cancer. The “study” was in fact not a study because no actual studies were performed.
The authors, who do not appear to have any formal training in biology or medicine, drew conclusions about the health and safety of glyphosate by putting together junk science studies performed by other people who aren’t credible. Such “studies” are very common and often cited by groups that oppose pesticides to generate fear among the public.
This is from Monsanto: https://monsanto.com/app/uploads/2017/06/summary-of-human-risk-assessment-and-safety-evaluation.pdf
Key findings of this study include:
Glyphosate is not a carcinogen. “The chronic toxicity and oncogenic potential of glyphosate ... have been evaluated by a number of regulatory agencies and by international scientific organizations. Each of these groups has concluded that glyphosate is not carcinogenic.” (p. 126) This conclusion is based on long-term studies in which mice and rats were fed extremely high doses of glyphosate every day for two years. The U.S. EPA has placed glyphosate in Category E (“evidence of non-carcinogenicity for humans”), the most favorable carcinogenicity category possible.
Roundup herbicide, like glyphosate, has very low acute toxicity, which means very high exposure is required to cause an adverse effect. The reviewers evaluated the potential short-term (acute) exposure and risk to herbicide applicators and children living on a farm. These two population groups have the maximal opportunity for exposure because they“Under present and expected conditions of use, Roundup herbicide does not pose a health risk to humans.” “Roundup is placed in U.S. EPA’s least toxic category (IV) for acute oral, dermal and inhalation toxicity. Thus, the Roundup formulation is considered to be practically nontoxic by all these routes of exposure. ... POEA is considered to be only slightly toxic and does not represent an acute toxicity hazard.” (p. 129) “Results from several investigations establish that the acute toxicity and irritation potential of Roundup herbicide in humans is low.” (p. 148)
Glyphosate does not bioaccumulate. “The potential for systemic exposure is limited by the combination of poor absorption and rapid excretion of glyphosate after oral and/or dermal contact.” (p. 124) As glyphosate is not stored in the body, any exposure from skin contact or inhalation would be quickly eliminated by humans and animals.
Glyphosate does not adversely affect reproduction or development. “Results from several studies have established that glyphosate is not a reproductive or developmental toxicant.” (p. 128) In developmental toxicity studies, and in multi-generation animal studies in which high doses were fed to laboratory animals, “there were no effects on fertility or reproductive parameters, and glyphosate did not produce birth defects.” (pp. 127-128) Page 2 of 4evaluated in animal studies. “There is no evidence that the surfactant or Roundup herbicide adversely impacts reproductive function.” (p. 131) The authors devoted several paragraphs to their critique of a rabbit study often cited by pesticide critics to imply sperm count reduction.
(Yousef et al., 1995) “There were a number of serious deficiencies in the design, conduct and reporting of this study which make the results uninterpretable. ... the data from this study cannot be used to support any meaningful conclusions.” (p. 127-128) Children are not at greater risk. “The U.S. EPA has recently evaluated tolerance petitions under the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996 (FQPA) (Public Law 104-170) which includes special provisions to protect infants and children. The U.S. EPA concluded that there is “reasonable certainty” that no harm will occur from aggregate exposure to glyphosate (U.S.
EPA 1997a, 1998a).” (p. 128) EPA also concluded that the currently applied safety factor of 100 is adequate to protect children. “There was no suggestion of increased severity of effect in infants or children or of increased potency or unusual toxic properties of glyphosate in infants and children.” (p.156)
There is no evidence of endocrine disruption. “The endocrine-modulating potential of glyphosate has been evaluated in a variety of studies including in vitro assays and standard in vivo toxicology studies. The in vivo studies comprehensively assess endocrine functions that are required for reproduction, development, and chronic health. Glyphosate produced no effects in in vitro assays, and there was no indication of changes in endocrine function in any of the in vivo studies. Results from standard studies with AMPA, Roundup herbicide, and the POEA surfactant also failed to show any effects indicative of endocrine modulation.
Therefore, it is concluded that the use of Roundup herbicide has no potential to produce adverse effects on endocrine systems in humans nor in other mammals.” (p.143) There is no synergistic adverse effect. Herbicides sometimes are applied in combination with other herbicides, raising the question of whether the combination creates a synergistic effect (more than an additive response). “The toxicity of glyphosate has been evaluated in combination with several surfactants and/or other herbicides ... it is concluded that the simultaneous exposure of glyphosate and other materials does not produce a synergistic response.” (p. 145)
References in italics throughout this document refer to statements or concepts expressed by the authors of “Safety evaluation and risk assessment of the herbicide Roundup® and its active ingredient, glyphosate, for humans.”
This report was published by:
NOTE: Look at this “DISCLAIMER and you tell me if they are independent or not!
NPIC provides objective, science-based information about pesticides and pesticide-related topics to enable people to make informed decisions. NPIC is a cooperative agreement between Oregon State University and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (cooperative agreement #X8-83560101). The information in this publication does not in any way replace or supersede the restrictions, precautions, directions, or other information on the pesticide label or any other regulatory requirements, nor does it necessarily reflect the position of the U.S. EPA.
Note: You trust the EPA? Why would you trust the NPIC if they have a “cooperative agreement” with the EPA? Even if they say that if their position doesn’t necessarily reflect the position of the EPA. The evidence says something else!
General Fact Sheet
• What is glyphosate?
What is glyphosate?
• Glyphosate is an herbicide. It is applied to the leaves of plants to kill both broad leaf plants and grasses. The sodium salt form of glyphosate is used to regulate plant growth and ripen fruit.
Glyphosate was first registered for use in the U.S. in 1974. Glyphosate is one of the most widely used herbicides in the United States. People apply it in agriculture and forestry, on lawns and gardens, and for weeds in industrial areas. Some products containing glyphosate control aquatic plants.
• What are some products that contain glyphosate?
What are some products that contain glyphosate?
• Glyphosate comes in many forms, including an acid and several salts. These can be either solids or an amber-colored liquid. There are over 750 products containing glyphosate for sale in the United States.
Always follow label instructions and take steps to avoid exposure. If any exposures occur, be sure to follow the First Aid instructions on the product label carefully. For additional treatment advice, contact the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222. If you wish to discuss a pesticide problem, please call 1-800-858-7378.
• How does glyphosate work?
How does glyphosate work?
Glyphosate is a non-selective herbicide, meaning it will kill most plants. It prevents the plants from making certain proteins that are needed for plant growth. Glyphosate stops a specific enzyme pathway, the shikimic acid pathway. The shikimic acid pathway is necessary for plants and some microorganisms.
• How might I be exposed to glyphosate?
How might I be exposed to glyphosate?
• You can be exposed to glyphosate if you get it on your skin, in your eyes or breathe it in when you are using it. You might swallow some glyphosate if you eat or smoke after applying it without washing your hands first. You may also be exposed if you touch plants that are still wet with spray. Glyphosate isn't likely to vaporize after it is sprayed.
• What are some signs and symptoms from a brief exposure to glyphosate?
What are some signs and symptoms from a brief exposure to glyphosate?
Pure glyphosate is low in toxicity, but products usually contain other ingredients that help the glyphosate get into the plants. The other ingredients in the product can make the product more toxic. Products containing glyphosate may cause eye or skin irritation. People who breathed in spray mist from products containing glyphosate felt irritation in their nose and throat. Swallowing products with glyphosate can cause increased saliva, burns in the mouth and throat, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Fatalities have been reported in cases of intentional ingestion.
• What happens to glyphosate when it enters the body?
• Is glyphosate likely to contribute to the development of cancer?
• Has anyone studied non-cancer effects from long-term exposure to glyphosate?
• Are children more sensitive to glyphosate than adults?
• What happens to glyphosate in the environment?
• Can glyphosate affect birds, fish, and other wildlife?
Pets may be at risk if they touch or eat plants that are still wet with spray from products containing glyphosate. Animals exposed to products with glyphosate may drool, vomit, have diarrhea, lose their appetite, or seem sleepy.
What happens to glyphosate when it enters the body?
In humans, glyphosate does not easily pass through the skin. Glyphosate that is absorbed or ingested will pass through the body relatively quickly. The vast majority of glyphosate leaves the body in urine and feces without being changed into another chemical.
Is glyphosate likely to contribute to the development of cancer?
When high doses were administered to laboratory animals, some studies suggest that glyphosate has carcinogenic potential. Studies on cancer rates in people have provided conflicting results on whether the use of glyphosate containing products is associated with cancer. Some studies have associated glyphosate use with non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Has anyone studied non-cancer effects from long-term exposure to glyphosate?
Glyphosate exposure has been linked to developmental and reproductive effects at high doses that were administered to rats repeatedly during pregnancy. These doses made the mother rats sick. The rat fetuses gained weight more slowly, and some fetuses had skeletal defects. These effects were not observed at lower doses.
No information was found linking exposure to glyphosate with asthma or other diseases.
Are children more sensitive to glyphosate than adults?
While children may be especially sensitive to pesticides compared to adults, there are currently no data showing that children have increased sensitivity specifically to glyphosate.
What happens to glyphosate in the environment?
Glyphosate binds tightly to soil. It can persist in soil for up to 6 months depending on the climate and the type of soil it is in. Glyphosate is broken down by bacteria in the soil.
Glyphosate is not likely to get into groundwater because it binds tightly to soil. In one study, half the glyphosate in dead leaves broke down in 8 or 9 days. Another study found that some glyphosate was taken up by carrots and lettuce after the soil was treated with it.
Can glyphosate affect birds, fish, or other wildlife?
Pure glyphosate is low in toxicity to fish and wildlife, but some products containing glyphosate may be toxic because of the other ingredients in them. Glyphosate may affect fish and wildlife indirectly because killing the plants alters the animals' habitat.
Please cite as: Henderson, A. M.; Gervais, J. A.; Luukinen, B.; Buhl, K.; Stone, D. 2010. Glyphosate General Fact Sheet; National Pesticide Information Center, Oregon State University Extension Services. http://npic.orst.edu/factsheets/glyphogen.html.
Date Reviewed: 2015
NPIC fact sheets are designed to answer questions that are commonly asked by the general public about pesticides that are regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA). This document is intended to be educational in nature and helpful to consumers for making decisions about pesticide use.
Here is another good article about Monsanto and Glyphosate
Monsanto Is Inside Everything
By Dr. Mercola
• Glyphosate is now showing up virtually everywhere, in blood and urine samples, breast milk, drinking water and more
• Wheat, oats, lentils, potatoes and many other crops may be sprayed with glyphosate just days prior to harvest in a process known as desiccation
• The European Union has tabled a vote on whether to renew a 15-year license for glyphosate amid mounting opposition.
Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup herbicide, recently earned the ominous title of the most heavily-used agricultural chemical of all time.1
In fact, an analysis showed that farmers sprayed enough glyphosate in 2014 to apply 0.8 pounds of the chemical to every acre of cultivated cropland in the U.S., and nearly 0.5 a pound of glyphosate to all cropland worldwide.
As you might suspect, when you use this much of a chemical, it doesn't simply stay on the fields. Laboratory testing commissioned by the organizations Moms Across America and Sustainable Pulse revealed that glyphosate is now showing up virtually everywhere.
Monsanto's 'Gift' to Newborns
The analysis revealed glyphosate in levels of 76 μg/L to 166 μg/L in women's breast milk. As reported by The Detox Project, this is 760 to 1,600 times higher than the EU-permitted level in drinking water (although it's lower than the U.S. maximum contaminant level for glyphosate, which is 700 μg/L.)2
This dose of glyphosate in breastfed babies' every meal is only the beginning. An in vitro study designed to simulate human exposures also found that glyphosate crosses the placental barrier. In the study, 15 percent of the administered glyphosate reached the fetal compartment.
Angelika Hilbeck, Ph.D., senior scientist at the Institute of Integrative Biology in Zurich, told The Detox Project:3
"If confirmed in a full investigation, it seems that glyphosate has become a ubiquitous chemical in terms of presence and persistence.
This data also offers a first indication of potential accumulation in the human body, giving newborns a substantial dose of synthetic chemicals as a 'gift' for their start into life, with unknown consequences.
This is reckless and irresponsible conduct in a democratic society, which still has a living memory of previous reckless chemical contaminations, such as DDT."
Glyphosate Found in Blood and Urine Samples
The analysis revealed glyphosate in additional samples as well, including the blood of non-pregnant Canadian women. Their average level was 73.6 μg/L, which is similar to the concentration found to have endocrine-disrupting effects in vitro.
Further, glyphosate was also detected in urine samples, and U.S. women had maximum glyphosate levels that were more than eight times higher than levels found in urine of Europeans.
Where is the glyphosate exposure coming from? It's likely coming from food (although it could be in water as well). We don't know exactly how much glyphosate may be in your food because the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) does not test for it.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just announced in February 2016 that it would begin testing foods for glyphosate, however, which will help to quantify just how much glyphosate Americans are consuming.
For now, the analysis suggests that eating non-organic, genetically engineered (GE) foods (the prime candidates for Roundup spraying) is associated with higher glyphosate levels in your body. The Detox Project explained:4
"Glyphosate levels have been found to be significantly higher in urine of humans who ate non-organic food, compared with those who ate mostly organic food. Chronically ill people showed significantly higher glyphosate residues in their urine than healthy people.
In a separate detailed analysis, glyphosate was found in the urine of cows, humans, and rabbits. Cows kept in a GM-free area had significantly lower glyphosate concentrations in urine than cows in conventional livestock systems."
Glyphosate Is Contaminating Air and Water
Glyphosate and its degradation product, aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMPA), were detected in more than 75 percent of air and rain samples collected during the 2007 growing season in the Mississippi Delta agricultural region.5
This could be even higher now, as since 1996 the use of glyphosate has risen nearly 15-fold.6 The testing commissioned by Moms Across America also found glyphosate in 13 of 21 U.S. drinking water samples tested.7
They contained glyphosate levels between 0.085 ug/l and 0.33 ug/l, which is only slightly below the EU maximum allowed level for glyphosate in drinking water of 0.1 ug/l. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standard for glyphosate in U.S. water supplies is 0.7 ppm.
Further, a 2012 analysis used a magnetic particle immunoassay to test for the presence of glyphosate in roughly 140 samples of groundwater from Catalonia, Spain. The analysis found that glyphosate was present above the limit of quantification in 41 percent of the samples.
This suggests the chemical does not break down rapidly in the environment, as its manufacturer claims, and instead it might be accumulating (both in the environment and in people).
Groundwater, which is water from rain, lakes, streams or other bodies of water that soaks into soil and bedrock, can easily become contaminated when chemicals in the soil with low biodegradability and high mobility empty into it.
When groundwater is used as a drinking water source, this contamination poses a risk to animals, plants and humans alike.
Glyphosate Is Sprayed on Some Crops Right Before Harvest
In northern, colder regions, farmers of wheat and barley must wait for their crops to dry out prior to harvest.
Rather than wait an additional two weeks or so for this to happen naturally, farmers realized they could spray the plants with glyphosate, killing the crop and accelerating their drying (a process known as desiccating).
Desiccating wheat with glyphosate is particularly common in years with wet weather and has been increasing in North Dakota and Upper Midwestern states in the U.S., as well as in areas of Canada and Scotland (where the process first began). One Canadian farmer told EcoWatch:8
"I think every non-organic farmer in Saskatchewan uses glyphosate on most of their wheat acres every year … I think farmers need to realize that all of the chemicals we use are 'bad' to some extent …
Monsanto has done such an effective job marketing glyphosate as 'safe' and 'biodegradable' that farmers here still believe this even though such claims are false."
What this means is that even non-GE foods are likely to be contaminated with glyphosate, and possibly even more so because they're being sprayed just weeks prior to being made into your cereal, bread, cookies and the like.
Many Crops Are Desiccated with Glyphosate, a 'Barbaric' Process
Along with wheat and oats, other crops that are commonly desiccated with glyphosate include:
Rye and buckwheat
No one is keeping track of how many crops are being desiccated with glyphosate; those in the industry have described it as a "don't ask, don't tell policy."
Others have described spraying crops with glyphosate just days before harvest "barbaric." Charles Benbrook, Ph.D., a researcher involved in the recent study showing glyphosate use is increasing,9 told EcoWatch:10
"It may be two percent of agriculture use, but well over 50 percent of dietary exposure … I don't understand why Monsanto and the food industry don't voluntarily end this practice. They know it contributes to high dietary exposure (of glyphosate)."
European Union Puts Off Decision to Renew Use of Glyphosate
European Commission leaders met in early March 2016 to vote on whether to renew a 15-year license for glyphosate, which is set to expire in June. The decision has been tabled for now amid mounting opposition. More than 180,000 Europeans signed a petition calling for glyphosate to be banned. They cited the International Agency for Research on Cancer's (IARC) determination that glyphosate is a "probable carcinogen" (Class 2A).
This determination was based on evidence showing the popular weed killer can cause non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and lung cancer in humans, along with "convincing evidence" it can also cause cancer in animals. The opposition comes amidst another new report that found 75 percent of the German population has glyphosate residue in their urine.
The majority of those tested had levels that were five times higher than the legal limit of drinking water, while one-third had levels that were between 10 and 42 times higher than the legal limit.11 A study of glyphosate residues by the Munich Environmental Institute also found glyphosate in 14 best-selling German beers.12
Monsanto CEO Caught Lying
In a Twitter conversation with Monsanto, TriplePundit said they hoped to gain a "constructive conversation" and "build some bridges with an organization that has a lot of power and opportunity to do good."13 In the conversation, Monsanto's CEO Hugh Grant claimed the company's position on GMO labeling may be shifting, stating:
"The myth is that we're against labeling. The reality is we would support some kind of federal standard. We would support something that covers the country, that helps consumers. Our concern has been the danger of a state-by-state labeling approach that resulted in confusion and expense."
As TriplePundit reported, however, it's no "myth" that Monsanto is against such labeling:14
"This statement is somewhat at odds with Monsanto's website, last updated in 2013: 'We oppose mandatory labeling of food and ingredients developed from GM seeds in the absence of any demonstrated risks, as it could be interpreted as a warning or imply that food products containing these ingredients are somehow inferior to their conventional or organic counterparts.'"
Monsanto Spends Millions to Prevent GMO Labeling Initiatives
Monsanto has spent millions to defeat GMO labeling initiatives, so you won't know which foods contain their genetically modified organisms (GMOs). In 2013, the company donated nearly $5 million to the anti-labeling campaign in Washington State, and in 2012 they donated more than $7 million to help defeat California's Proposition 37. In total, Monsanto has spent at least $22 million in lobbying against state-level GMO labeling initiatives.15
Together with the food and industrial agriculture industries, biotechnology companies like Monsanto spent more than $101 million on lobbying to avert GMO labeling and preempt state rights, and that was in 2015 alone.16
They may feel defeat is near, as such lobbying efforts have risen sharply. For instance, these industries spent $66 million on such lobbying efforts in 2014 and just over $25 million in 2013.17 They are trying to HIDE the presence of genetically engineered ingredients and are pulling out ALL the stops to do so.
Health Risks of Glyphosate
Glyphosate has a number of devastating biological effects beyond being a probable carcinogen, including the following:
Nutritional deficiencies, as glyphosate immobilizes certain nutrients and alters the nutritional composition of the treated crop
Disruption of the biosynthesis of aromatic amino acids (these are essential amino acids not produced in your body that must be supplied via your diet)
Increased toxin exposure (this includes high levels of glyphosate and formaldehyde in the food itself)
Impairment of sulfate transport and sulfur metabolism; sulfate deficiency
Systemic toxicity — a side effect of extreme disruption of microbial function throughout your body; beneficial microbes in particular, allowing for overgrowth of pathogens
Gut dysbiosis (imbalances in gut bacteria, inflammation, leaky gut, and food allergies such as gluten intolerance)
Enhancement of damaging effects of other food-borne chemical residues and environmental toxins as a result of glyphosate shutting down the function of detoxifying enzymes
Creation of ammonia (a byproduct created when certain microbes break down glyphosate), which can lead to brain inflammation associated with autism and Alzheimer's disease
How to Avoid Pesticides in Your Food
Your best bet for minimizing health risks from pesticide exposure is to avoid them in the first place, by eating organic as much as possible and investing in a good water filtration system for your home or apartment.
I included a lot of information about where Glyphosate is being found and how it is causing dis-ease in the human body!
Glyphosate in produce
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Diseases, conditions caused by glyphosate
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Glyphosate and Gluten
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It is a bold-faced lie for Monsanto to say that Glyphosate is “safe” for the envirionment, animals and humans! Look at the evidence, not what Monsanto is paying to be written! We have to fight against this evil company and others that are doing damage to us and the future of our planet all for profit!
Tune in this Sunday to the G2Voice Broadcast as we discuss further the long tentacles of Glyphosate at www.g2voice.is 10 AM CST. See you there!
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