Saturday, October 24, 2015

Are you putting Monsanto in your vagina?

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, over 50 American women were killed by their tampons. Although the FDA and the feminine hygiene industry have gone to tremendous lengths to try to memory hole this true history (and label it just a "rumor"), tampons made from certain non-natural fibers were found to harbor deadly bacteria and release a sufficient quantity of chemicals to kill or injure over a thousand women.


Fast forward to 2015. Now glyphosate, the chemical found in Monsanto's "RoundUp" herbicide used on genetically modified cotton crops, is being discovered in the vast majority of feminine hygiene products.

The research team from National University of La Plata headed by Damian Marino revealed their research findings last weekend. Note carefully that such research would never be conducted in a U.S. university because they've been infiltrated and bought off by Monsanto. Example: Discredited professor Kevin Folta at the University of Florida, who was caught receiving $25,000 from Monsanto after publicly lying that he had no financial ties to the herbicide company. Even though Folta has been exhaustively exposed as a liar and a violator of university ethics, the University of Florida sees nothing wrong with such deceptions. Click here to read the secret letter where Monsanto agrees to pay him $25,000.

"A team of Argentine scientists found traces of glyphosate in 85% of personal care and feminine hygiene products containing cotton and commonly purchased in drugstores and supermarkets," writes Revolution News. Full story...

Related posts:
  1. Endgame for Monsanto's glyphosate?
  2. France bans sale of Monsanto herbicide Roundup in nurseries...
  3. Colombia's first steps of resistance against Monsanto's chemical war...
  4. Is your child eating cancer-causing glyphosate for breakfast? 
  5. Swiss supermarkets stop sales of glyphosate over health concerns...
  6. International doctors call for immediate ban on Monsanto's cancer-causing glyphosate 

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