Roundup linked to neurological disease such as Parkinson’s, Autism and Alzheimer’s

Monsanto the company responsible for the complete control knockout weedkiller Roundup is never far from headline news!

Parkinson’s, Autism and Alzheimer’s three deadly neurological diseases that affect more people of varying ages every year and still so many unanswered questions remain as to the causes of the breakdown in enzymes and amino acid tryptophan that affect the signalling of the essential neurotransmitter serotonin. Interested in reading more find the link to the comprehensive article below.

Back in the hot seat over claims that Monsanto own researchers checked the safety issues concerning the uses and application of the product that is a readily available branded weedkiller.

Independent safety checks have been called for after a review identified this shortfall after Monsanto dispute claims by scientists as ‘Another Bogus review’ and ‘Bad Science’

This issue is very close to people’s hearts, each of us will know of a friend or family member who is dealing with the symptoms of one of these debilitating diseases.

My Husband was diagnosed with young onset of Parkinson disease almost 8 years ago. Now at only 37 years old he struggles, like many other sufferers with the side effects of the disease and it’s medication on a daily/hourly basis.

I’m not taking any chances with chemical companies who frankly have too much to lose by actually being upfront and honest about their money making products. To often have we seen products banned, removed from our shelves to risk more lives and heartache over the use of frankly unnecessary use of toxic chemicals on our land, in our water stream and our bodies.

“It’s time we the gardening public made a stand and tell the likes of @Monasanto that we are not going to buy their dangerous products anymore #notinmygarden “

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Read the in-depth article here>> Study Links Monsanto’s Roundup to Autism, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s

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