Glyphosate Urine Test
Tests the herbicide Glyphosate /RoundUp™
in your urine
Glyphosate is used extensively as a herbicide (weed killer) on food crops and on public and private lawns. It is found in non organic foods such as breads, cereals, vegetables and fruit as well as in ground water.
Glyphosate targets enzymes that produce the amino acids tyrosine (important for thyroid hormone production), tryptophane (important for neurotransmitters and sleep hormone production) and phenylalanine. Many beneficial gut bacteria also rely on these enzymes working well. Glyphosate thus makes our beneficial gut bacteria ill, causing digestive issues and hampers the production of thyroid hormones and neurotransmitters. The surfactant commonly mixed with glyphosate is Polyoxyethyleneamine (POEA) and it has a greater toxicity than glyphosate alone.
Newer studies show that glyphosate is absorbed through food, water and the skin and has toxic effects below regulatory levels the government considers safe. It has been classified a carcinogen by the WHO and the state of California. Glyphosate is found in rain as it is somewhat volatile. In the body it can be found in bones, liver, kidneys, intestines, spleen and muscle tissue. Glyphosate also binds toxic metals in soil and on crops and thereby introduces these into the body causing kidney damage. High correlations exist between glyphosate intake and chronic illnesses such as autims, hypertension, stroke, diabetes, obesity, Alzheimer's, dementia, Parkinson's, MS, inflammatory bowel disease, kidney disease, cancers of the thyroid, liver, bladder, pancreas, kidney, non-hodgkin lymphoma, and myeloid leukemia.
You can test the glyphosate level in your urine with this convenient test. Find out if glyphosate may be the cause of various symptoms and health issues you may have and if yes, eliminate it from your diet and water by eating organic and installing a reverse osmosis water filter.
The test kit includes:
- Cardboard box
- Urine cup
- Silver thermo bag
- Gel pack (you put it in the freezer before you start collecting the urine)
- Specimen pouch
- Absorbent material
- Fedex Clinical Shipping Pak and Airwaybill
- Test requisition form and paperwork
Put the gelpack flat in the freezer 4 hours before shipping or earlier to make sure it freezes. You collect 10 ml of the first urine in the morning after waking in the urine cup. Freeze the sample until you're ready to ship it. Fill out the requisition form where marked in yellow. Write your return address on the Fedex airway bill. Place the frozen urine sample and absorbent material in the specimen pouch, then place it all in the silver thermo bag with the frozen ge lpack. Place the requisition form and the thermo bag in the shipping box. Place the box inside the Fedex pouch.
Place the Fedex airway bill inside the pouch and stick it on the pouch. Call Fedex to pick up your package.
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