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CLN – Elizabeth Renter – EPA To Increase Allowable Glyphosate (Chemical In Monsanto’s Herbicides) In U.S. Food Crops


With names like the Environmental Protection Agency or the Food and Drug Administration, it would be nice to think these regulatory agencies had our best interests in mind—that they existed to help protect the people and the earth all at once. But, they are arms of the U.S. Government and they are just as easily bought and sold as your local politician. Case in point: the EPA’s recent decision to allow even more of Monsanto’s dangerous pesticide glyphosate in your food. Continue reading


CLN – Elizabeth Renter – Europe, Nations Around The World Rejecting Monsanto – 6 June 2013

moLikely the most hated corporation in the world, Monsanto definitely isn’t winning any popularity contests. But like the delusional “mean girl” in high school, they still think they have a chance at being crowned prom queen purely on the basis of their money. According to MarketWatch, Monsanto announced last week that they will not be seeking approval for new genetically modified seeds in Europe because no one there seems to want it. Continue reading

CLN – Elizabeth Renter – Introduction To Immune-Boosting Herbal Tintures; Make Your Own – 31 May 2013

herbsAny budding herbalist knows how to make a tea, but tinctures are like taking the next step into herbal healing. People are sometimes intimidated by tinctures—whether it’s because of the time involved or the use of alcohol—but they are both easy and affordable. When you consider that many tincture ingredients can be grown in your garden, the idea of making and using these healing beverages is even more appealing. And if you don’t know what a tincture is, don’t worry, you’ll find out right now. Continue reading

CLN – Elizabeth Renter – WHO Warns Against Chemicals In Everyday Products – 14 May 2013

chem-242x242The World Health Organization (WHO) is the public health arm of the United Nations. According to its website, they “provide leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.” In other words: they are a big deal. So when they warn that chemicals we all use could be having disastrous effects on our health, we should probably weigh the evidence they offer. Continue reading