Bifenazate, Trifloxystrobin, Abamectin, Bifenthrin. Do these names sound like healthy ingredients or chemicals you would feel comfortable ingesting in foods or beverages? These are pesticides that have been discovered in laboratory-tested samples of “medical” marijuana and marijuana products that were promoted and sold as pesticide-free by California dispensaries.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “Bifenazate has no anticipated dietary exposures. Therefore, an aggregate risk assessment is not warranted.” Additionally, the EPA states that, “the uses proposed for bifenazate are non-food uses and there are no expected dietary exposures. Therefore FQPA [Food Quality Protection Act] safety factor considerations do not apply.”
As if the inherent dangers of marijuana use weren’t destructive enough, the deceptive practices of the marijuana industry, aided by the EPA and other governmental agencies, intentionally obscure the risks of their purportedly “beneficial” product. Please watch this video to learn more about the deadly combination of pesticides and marijuana.
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