Are you putting Monsanto in your vagina? 85% of tampons and feminine hygiene products contaminated with cancer-causing glyphosate herbicide

Over 50 women in America have died from using tampons in the late 70s and early 1980s.

Despite this, the FDA and the feminine hygiene industry have worked hard to label the truth as just a false rumor. 

When tampons are manufactured with specific non-natural fibers, they are easily able to absorb bad bacteria and release toxic chemicals into women’s vaginas that end up injuring or killing them. 

The Organic Consumers Association published:

The worst offenders were Procter and Gamble’s ultra-absorbent Rely tampons. According to the book Soap Opera: The Inside Story of Procter and Gamble, the company dismissed consumer complaints about the tampons for years. A 1975 company memo disclosed that Rely tampons contained known cancer-causing agents and that the product altered the natural organisms found in the vagina. Rely tampons were taken off the shelves in 1980, but many women claim they left a legacy of hysterectomies and loss of fertility.

Women that were more aware of their health, abstained from using tampons as they are toxic, and have done so for quite a while.”Just as I say heck no to Cottonseed oil, it is for the same reason I say heck no to sticking toxic cotton up into my nethers,” writes Meghan Telpner.

He adds:

Did ya know that 84 million pounds of pesticides are sprayed on 14.4 million acres of conventional cotton grown each year in the US.

She then says:”The rayon/viscose used in Tampax is made from wood pulp. Last I checked, there were no such thing as rayon trees and trees don’t magically turn into rayon- it takes hundreds of chemicals. The chlorine bleaching of wood pulp is where the greatest danger lies.

The process creates chlorinated hydrocarbons, a hazardous group of chemicals with byproducts that includes dioxins, some of the most toxic substances known. Parts per million my cooch! There are no safe levels dioxins, they are impossible to break down and so keep building up in our tissues.”

Now Monsanto’s toxic herbicide has been found in 80% of feminine hygiene products

Glyphosate, commonly found in Monsanto’s “RoundUp” herbicide thats sprayed on genetically modified cotton, are now present in feminine hygiene products. A research team from the National University of La Plata, led by Damian Marino, has revealed their findings. Also, be aware that this research isn’t ever going to be tested in a U.S. university due to Monsanto’s infiltration. 

A prime example of this: a 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. 

“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.

“The study looked at a sampling of products from pharmacies and supermarkets in the area of La Plata, and analyzed cotton swabs, gauze and articles for feminine use. The results from all commercial products detected 85% glyphosate and 62% AMPA (metabolite or derivative of glyphosate). Almost 100% of the cotton produced in Argentina is transgenic and glyphosate applications are made while the cocoon is open.”

Also reported by Revolution News:

“The report left us shocked,” says Dr. Medardo Ávila Vázquez, a conference participant from Cordoba. “We had focused our attention on the presence of glyphosate in food, but did not think the products we use in all hospitals and health centers in the country to cure patients are contaminated with a carcinogenic product. The authorities must give an immediate response to this situation.”

Glyphosate is known to cause cancer, but propagandists are paid to cover up the truth

Glyphosate is known to cause cancer and has been labeled as “probably carcinogenic,” and other studies link it to a disruption in the endocrine process that leads to cancer.

Monsanto and the EPA have been working closely with each other for many decades by deceiving the public into believing glyphosate is harmless, even when the molecule is clearly toxic. Forbes.com, named “America’s most evil news publisher” by EVIL.news, has helped by publishing Monsanto’s propaganda via the corporation’s paid professional propagandists such as Henry Miller and Jon Entine. Both are “GMO mercenaries” who betray humanity and advocate the chemical poisoning of the world for financial compensation.

Glyphosate has even been found to cause cancer, meaning that even minimal exposure to tampons can develop deadly cancers in women. (The GMO industry says women who are concerned about GMOs are “anti-science” and aren’e educated enough to interpret technology.)

The human vagina absorbs chemicals in tampons through skin contat, and there is no doubt about that.. When those tampons are made from GMO cotton — the vast majority of cotton that’s commercially grown — they almost always contain glyphosate that gets absorbed through vaginal walls and enters the bloodstream.

This means that women must face the fact that they are being poisoned from glyphosate in their vagina from genetically modified cotton used in mainstream tampons and other feminine hygiene products.

Why you should only use organic feminine hygiene products

You can avoid GMOs in your vagina by purchasing organic feminine hygiene products made from organic cotton and other organic materials. Consumers are easily able to forget the blue jeans they have could be made with GMO cotton containing glyphosate. Even the gauze in first aid kits are made with glyphosate and GMO, and the same with cotton balls and cotton swabs. 

If you prefer better than this, you will have to be extra cautious in what you buy and always check the ingredients label! Buy organic, non GMO products!

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