Glyphosate: an effective ecological herbicide, not carcinogenic, not endocrine disrupting

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Re: Glyphosate: an effective ecological herbicide, not carcinogenic, not endocrine disrupting




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 18/11/23, 15:36

Essential oils, which cause hundreds of hospitalizations and after-effects per year (and this is proven)...

Personally, I found nothing!!! Izy, source then... On the other hand, what I found (and this is proven), is that hospitals are using essential oils more and more.
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by Janic » 18/11/23, 16:01

On the other hand, what I found (and this has been proven) is that hospitals are using essential oils more and more.
indeed, they also use unconventional means such as hypnosis, meditation, homeopathy, osteopathy or even, for some, magnetism. The world has changed since the 19th century of Pasteur and his disciples and the younger generations are more open to other means and methods than those taught by dinosaurs at the end of their careers, locked in their conditioning. Hence this maxim "The truth never triumphs, but its adversaries always end up dead."
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Re: Glyphosate: an effective ecological herbicide, not carcinogenic, not endocrine disrupting




by pedrodelavega » 18/11/23, 16:48

Janic wrote:
On the other hand, what I found (and this has been proven) is that hospitals are using essential oils more and more.
indeed, they also use unconventional means such as hypnosis, meditation, homeopathy, osteopathy or even, for some, magnetism.
For bobology... otherwise for the rest there is proven medicine
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 18/11/23, 16:56

pedrodelavega wrote:
Janic wrote:
On the other hand, what I found (and this has been proven) is that hospitals are using essential oils more and more.
indeed, they also use unconventional means such as hypnosis, meditation, homeopathy, osteopathy or even, for some, magnetism.
For bobology... otherwise for the rest there is proven medicine

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by izentrop » 21/11/23, 01:41

Macron pull himself together, make an intelligent gesture for French agriculture, instead of looking for green voices...
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by Janic » 21/11/23, 07:59

21/11/23, 02:41

Macron pulls himself together, makes an intelligent gesture for French organic agriculture, instead of seeking the voices of the dunces who are poisoners of the life of the soil and consumers...


Ce forum is then soluble in the superstition of the atheists of evolution, arbitrary vaccinationism and the obscurantism of pseudo-pedophilic pseudo-scientist... back!
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by izentrop » 22/12/23, 01:55

Lethal doses...
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Re: Glyphosate: an effective ecological herbicide, not carcinogenic, not endocrine disrupting




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 22/12/23, 03:31

Nothing to beat the lethal dose, the American government agency NIH publishes:
The information summarized in this review indicates that exposure to glyphosate, AMPA or GBH could induce several toxic effects on the nervous system of all species studied. Exposure to glyphosate during early life stages can severely affect normal cell development by dysregulating some of the signaling pathways involved in this process, leading to alterations in differentiation, neuronal growth, migration and myelination. Glyphosate also appears to exert a significant toxic effect on neurotransmission, with the glutamatergic system being one of the most affected systems. Glyphosate was found to increase glutamate release and decrease its reuptake, in addition to activating NMDAR and L-VDCC, thereby increasing Ca.2+ influx into neurons. Likewise, the results analyzed here reflect the capacity of glyphosate to induce oxidative stress, neuroinflammation and mitochondrial dysfunction, processes leading to neuronal death by autophagy, necrosis or apoptosis, as well as the appearance of behavioral and motor disorders. . Although there are significant discrepancies between the results analyzed in this review, it is unequivocal that exposure to glyphosate, alone or in commercial formulations, can produce significant alterations in the structure and function of the nervous system of humans. , rodents, fish and invertebrate animals. .
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9101768/

Even the NIH can't lie about how dangerous this shit is anymore, that's saying something!
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Re: Glyphosate: an effective ecological herbicide, not carcinogenic, not endocrine disrupting




by Exnihiloest » 22/12/23, 13:58

 
The kind of stupid study: no experimentation, just a review of the publications already produced, all to conclude that there would be risks, contrary to everyone's opinion.

"It has been shown that exposure to this pesticide during the early stages of life can seriously affect normal cell development by deregulating some of the signaling pathways involved in this process, leading to alterations in differentiation, neuronal growth, and myelination. " : roll:

It is certain that if we give alcohol to newborns, they risk after-effects. From there to prohibiting reasonable use of the product, there is a step that only ecological fundamentalists can take.
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Re: Glyphosate: an effective ecological herbicide, not carcinogenic, not endocrine disrupting




by izentrop » 22/12/23, 14:30

It's always the dose that makes the poison my good Guy
numerous studies on the toxicity of glyphosate in animals have suggested the low toxicity of this compound, the harmful effects of which were only observed after exposure to relatively high doses [8,11,12]. These data led to the classification of glyphosate in the least toxic category (Category IV, practically non-toxic and non-irritant) by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) [13,14].
In this study they inject daily doses into rodents or fish.
Glyphosate and AMPA found in urine means that the body eliminates it easily. The doses used in agriculture are not the same as those previously used by the SNCF, green spaces and individuals.
Toxicity is not demonstrated with a single study https://www.lexpress.fr/sciences-sante/ ... J6OJBWGVA/
Even France Parkinson asks to see https://www.franceparkinson.fr/communiq ... lyphosate/
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