Chemical Fertilizers, Health, Environment and Bio-Fertilizers

Today you have to be very cautious and selective of what you purchase for your infants and children. With all the different products on the market there are sure to where can i buy 1P-LSD online  be some sort of toxic chemicals incorporated into the manufacturing process. Whether it is clothing, toys, sleepwear, mattresses, bottles, teethers & pacifiers, formula, personal care products, or whatever the item there is sure to be some danger connected to them.

There has been extensive research done on these chemicals and they have been linked to many serious health problems.

Remember the names of the following chemicals and look for them on the product labels and avoid them if they are present. Here are a few examples of some of the baby products that contain these toxic chemicals and the harm they can do.

PHTHALATES – these are a family of chemicals that are used to make plastics soft and are found in many baby products and personal care products.

BISPHENOL A – This chemical can be found in baby feeding bottles. BPA helps to make plastic clear and shatterproof. It is also used to line food cans and the metal lids of jars.

POLYBROMINATED DIPHENYL ETHERS (PBDE) – these are toxic fire retardants that are found in baby clothing, crib mattresses, household furniture, and more.

PHTHALATES have been linked to the following health problems: hormonal changes, birth defects, reproductive abnormalities in baby boys (i.e. low sperm count, testicular cancer, deformities of the penis), and damage to the liver, kidneys, and lungs.

BISPHENOL A (BPA) has been linked to the following health risks, damage to the development of the reproductive organs, disruption to the body’s hormone system, chronic diseases such as cancer (breast and prostate), heart disease, diabetes, and liver abnormalities in humans.

Other tests and studies have shown that Bisphenol A can promote human breast cancer cell growth, can cause erectile dysfunction and other sexual problems in men. It is also associated with reproductive disorders and early onset of puberty in girls.