A deadly dose of spring? (Stay away from THIS toxin!)

Spring is near…

Meaning more time spent outdoors.

Of course, it’s also the time of year when I start reminding you of environmental toxins.

See, these dangerous chemicals are widely used—yet the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues to turn a blind eye.

So, it’s up to YOU to limit your exposure, as much as possible.

Here’s why you should never use this DEADLY herbicide…

It’s 28 times MORE poisonous

I’ve reported before on the dangers of a toxin called glyphosate. You may know it as the chemical included in the weed killer, Roundup.

And as you may recall, glyphosate and Roundup are made by one of my least favorite companies on the planet: Monsanto.

In fact, since Monsanto has inflicted glyphosate on the world, there have been studies linking its use to Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, gastrointestinal issues, reproductive issues, heart disease, and more.

As if that wasn’t enough, along comes paraquat into the spotlight.

This chemical is SO dangerous, that findings suggest paraquat may be even more toxic than glyphosate—28 times more poisonous, in fact.

Can someone please explain to me WHY is this “acceptable”?

Not to mention, about two years ago, hundreds of lawsuits were filed against an agrochemical company for its use of paraquat. Plaintiffs alleged that the company knew about the health hazards the chemical presents to humans—and used it anyway.

Plus, it seems the company that manufacturers paraquat has “intentionally misled agency regulators about the existence of a link to Parkinson’s.”

Despite all this, the EPA has refused to act. Worse yet, they stand behind its use!

This sounds awfully familiar to the glyphosate scandal, doesn’t it?

Profits over people

Folks, there’s a clear trend here…

Big Agriculture, Big Pharma, Big Food, Big Business… they all have dollar signs in their eyes and, perhaps, coal in their hearts.

(They consistently prioritize profits over our health.)

Well, it’s high time we fight back. I encourage you to write to your local representatives regarding this—and any public health matter. Because these latest herbicide concerns are just the tip of the iceberg.

You can get in touch with your elected representatives by phone, email, or a written letter. Use this directory to get started.

In addition, only buy and eat organic food—and never use herbicides (or pesticides) on your lawn or in your garden.


“EPA ignores link between paraquat and Parkinson’s disease.” NaturalHealth365, 02/25/2024. (naturalhealth365.com/epa-ignores-link-between-paraquat-and-parkinsons-disease.html)