|fungicide and insecticide residues in tobacco products
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|Author:||billdrake4470 [ Fri Aug 09, 2019 12:25 pm ]|
|Post subject:||fungicide and insecticide residues in tobacco products|
Is there any interest in a discussion of recent tests I've commissioned on off-shelf tobacco products that are popular with young and under-age smokers? We tested 5 US brands - Camel 100s, Marlboro Reds, American Spirit (Blue), Swisher Sweets, and Camel Snus. Tests were run by a qualified lab in Portland, Oregon in 12/18. I would be happy to post the raw lab data for discussion if there is interest.
|Author:||Bob-a-rama [ Sun Aug 11, 2019 2:50 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: fungicide and insecticide residues in tobacco products|
I would suspect they do, but I have never researched it.
I quit smoking over 35 years ago. I was convinced it was detrimental to my health so I stopped. Whether the residue makes it worse or not is probably important to a smoker, but not to me.
I'm more concerned about fungicide, herbicide, and insecticide residue in my foods. The reason I avoid GMO foods is not the GMO as much as it is the reason they were modified, to accept huge amounts of possibly poisonous chemicals like glyphosate.
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