Cigarette tobacco leaves are genetically engineered to produce pesticides

Posted: January 24, 2012 in HEALTH, NEWS
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Tuesday, January 24, 2012 by: S. D. Wells

(NaturalNews) Your central nervous system is susceptible to disorders from the chemicals in food, drinks, candy, gum and the environment, but when you smoke gene-altered tobacco which contains pesticide inside the plant itself, your body is broken down and desperate for relief, setting you up for the 20 minute “cure” for the chemical-laden cigarette hangover – nicotine. And so the ultimate secret of the vicious cycle disorder known as smoking is finally revealed.

Monsanto is the chemical company which made Agent Orange, a toxic pesticide used for destroying vegetation and killing the enemy in Vietnam. Unfortunately, many U.S. soldiers came home from Vietnam with cancer from Agent Orange, which contains several of the same ingredients as RoundUp, the world’s most popular pesticide sold in every K-mart, Walmart, Home Depot and Lowe’s around the planet.

Monsanto’s scientists “bio-engineer” specific toxic chemicals with nature’s seedlings so that the plants actually grow out from the ground with pesticide as part of their genetic makeup. In this regard, farmers can spray unlimited amounts of toxic pesticide on the plants and they won’t wither or die. This “bastardized” form of vegetation is used on the three most widely consumed crops in America: corn, soy and yes, tobacco! Roundup’s toxic concoction ensures that weeds, bugs, worms, turtles and other farmland pests won’t eat or destroy the tobacco leaves, and Monsanto and any farmer who uses their poison can therefore process more crops and widen their profits immensely.

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