Great Plains Laboratory Glyphosate Test

Glyphosate is the world’s most widely produced herbicide and is the primary toxic chemical in Roundup™, as well as in many other herbicides. In addition, it is a broad-spectrum herbicide that is used in more than 700 different products from agriculture and forestry to home use.

Recent studies have discovered glyphosate exposure to be a cause of many chronic health problems. It can enter the body by direct absorption through the skin, by eating foods treated with glyphosate, or by drinking water contaminated with glyphosate.

High correlations exist between glyphosate usage and numerous chronic illnesses, including:

Lipoprotein Metabolism Disorder
Senile Dementia
Multiple Sclerosis
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Intestinal infections
End stage Renal Disease
Acute Kidney Failure
Cancers of the thyroid, liver, bladder, pancreas, kidney, and myeloid leukemia

Correlations are not causations, yet they raise concern over the use of a chemical to which all life on earth appears to be exposed.

The Great Plains Lab offers a urine test for glyphosate toxicity, and if discovered, a detoxification protocol can be followed to assist in addressing associated problems.

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Please note that the Glyphosate test can be selected individually or as part of the Enviro-Tox Panel, which also includes the Organic Acids Test (OAT) and GPL-TOX Profile.