A growing number of companies are offering to sell their chemicals in bulk to consumers, which means you can make your own personal chemical cocktail to find out if the stuff is really what you think it is.
And many, if not most, of the chemicals sold on the market are not tested for their safety.
And while some of these are safe, they’re not tested as rigorously as those that come from large scale research labs.
So what are the risks?
Chemicals that are often marketed as being “safe” and “natural” and non-toxic can contain dangerous chemicals.
Some of these chemicals, especially those in the so-called “green” category, are used in the food industry to control weeds, to help fight disease, to kill pests, to control water, and to prevent insect infestations.
But many of these companies, like Monsanto and Dow, use them to produce the toxic pesticides and genetically modified organisms that are the mainstay of the industrial food system.
They’re the ones that make the food we eat, and they’re the one that make billions of dollars in profits.
In a lot of cases, they are also the ones who have the incentive to lie about the safety of the products they’re selling, and that’s what you’ll find in these reports.
The problem is that the companies selling the products, and the companies that make them, are not fully transparent about their chemicals.
They say they have no idea what chemicals are in the stuff they’re putting into our food, but they don’t.
They don’t know the names of the pesticides that they’re using, the dosages of the ones they’re spraying, or the ingredients that are used.
And that makes it harder to know if what you’re buying is safe, and it makes it much harder to tell if the products you’re consuming are really what they’re advertised to be.
So here are some of the biggest myths about chemicals and GMOs that we’re finding on the internet and in our inboxes, and why you should be wary of the ingredients and the dosage that you’re purchasing.1.
Chemicals are safe.
According to the American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC), nearly half of all poisoning deaths that occur in the US each year are caused by chemicals.
In other words, the amount of chemicals in the world that we use in everyday life is about as much as the amount that our entire ecosystem depends on.
But the AAPCC says that we should be careful not to rely on these figures to make decisions about how we use chemicals, and instead should pay attention to the fact that many chemicals have no known toxicity, and in fact, have the potential to help us live healthier lives.
And it’s not just the chemicals that can be dangerous.
The AAPCC also says that the average American consumes about 4,500 times more of these compounds than they should.
So don’t buy the stuff just because you think its “natural,” or because you believe that it’s “natural.”
And if you’re concerned about how your health will be impacted, it’s better to pay attention when you see a label on the package that says “Made in China,” than when you buy the product and it’s labeled as being from a US-based company.
Chemists don’t make the chemicals.
The chemicals they do make are often not tested or tested extensively enough to make sure they are safe or not harmful.
This is an important point because most chemicals sold as being safe and “Natural” or “Green” are made by large, large corporations, such as DuPont, Dow, and Monsanto, which use them in many of the industries that we are now familiar with like food production, manufacturing, agriculture, and medicine.
These companies do not test their chemicals for toxicity.
Instead, they use these chemicals to create and sell food that is sold as “natural”, “organic”, and “green”.
The chemicals that are sold as having a “natural flavor”, “healthy” taste, “nutritive” properties, and other claims are often made by the manufacturers of these products, which is why you’ll often see claims that the product is made from a plant that is native to the US.
If you’re a consumer, and you want to make a decision about whether or not your food is actually made from an organic, locally grown plant, you should pay close attention to these claims and make an informed decision based on the ingredients you are buying.
Chemical testing is not enough.
There are also false claims on the label about how much testing is necessary.
“This product contains trace amounts of GMOs, so we’re going to do a lot more testing,” or “You need to be tested for GMOs in your diet.”
These are false claims, and often are made in the hopes that people will buy their products