Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 23

Yellow wild flowers at backyard.

I believe all of us ever use or at least know about pesticide or other words such as insecticides and herbicides.

I myself use pesticides for:

- killing mosquitoes, especially during summer.

- controlling weeds or undesirable plants in the yards

- killing fungus on fruit leaves

- killing plants diseases

- control snails, slugs and ants.

In the markets, we may find plenty pesticides types for specific pests, diseases or other purposes.

Many studies indicated that the using of pesticides, toxic substances, in long term could lead to:

- toxic to environment

- harmful to people


Fall season’s wild flower in the yard.

We know at least 6 types of pesticides with its own specific pests target:

- insecticides

- herbicides

- rodenticides

- bactericides

- fungicides

- larvicides, to kill larvae form of insects (mosquitoes)

Pesticides may enter our body, then stored in the colon. After a while, its spread and poison our body.

Several diseases are suspected due to pesticides:

- cancer

- Alzheimer's disease

- Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

- birth defects

Then, Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s?

Yes!

Based on preliminary observations, there is relationship between pesticides and Parkinson’s.

New findings show that exposure to low level pesticides could cause disruptions on cells relate to Parkinson’s diseases. Hence, increase risk to this diseases.

Take care!

28 comments:

  1. ... during my 50 year career in the nursery/ landscape business I used many pesticides. Today I try to be extremely careful.

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  2. My friend lives next to potato fields and has cancer. The doctor asked her if she had worked with chemicals. The truth was she lived with them, in the air when she hung out her clothes to dry and in her well water.

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      Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 23
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      Yellow wild flowers at backyard.

      I believe all of us ever use or at least know about pesticide or other words such as insecticides and herbicides.

      I myself use pesticides for:
      - killing mosquitoes, especially during summer.
      - controlling weeds or undesirable plants in the yards
      - killing fungus on fruit leaves
      - killing plants diseases
      - control snails, slugs and ants.

      In the markets, we may find plenty pesticides types for specific pests, diseases or other purposes.

      Many studies indicated that the using of pesticides, toxic substances, in long term could lead to:
      - toxic to environment
      - harmful to people

      Delete
  3. One might wonder what other things in the past are left to cause these issues too. Like living in a war torn country decades afterwards.

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  4. Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 23
    we should be careful in using pesticide.

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      Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 23
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      Fall season’s wild flower in the yard.

      We know at least 6 types of pesticides with its own specific pests target:
      - insecticides
      - herbicides
      - rodenticides
      - bactericides
      - fungicides
      - larvicides, to kill larvae form of insects (mosquitoes)

      Pesticides may enter our body, then stored in the colon. After a while, its spread and poison our body.

      Several diseases are suspected due to pesticides:
      - cancer
      - Alzheimer's disease
      - Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
      - birth defects

      Then, Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s?

      Yes!

      Based on preliminary observations, there is relationship between pesticides and Parkinson’s.

      New findings show that exposure to low level pesticides could cause disruptions on cells relate to Parkinson’s diseases. Hence, increase risk to this diseases.

      Take care!

      Delete
  5. We try to avoid strong pesticides in our garden.
    There are several natural substances that one can use to repel slugs, ants and so on.

    Nice pictures. I love dandelions 💛

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  6. Yo también los he usado, pero ahora trato usarlos con más cuidado, si puedo uso algún tratamiento natural.
    Saludos

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  7. Love tge neture so much! <3

    www.pimentamaisdoce.blogspot.com

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  8. return to natural methods.
    Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 23

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    1. Thanks-
      Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 23
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      Yellow wild flowers at backyard.

      I believe all of us ever use or at least know about pesticide or other words such as insecticides and herbicides.

      I myself use pesticides for:
      - killing mosquitoes, especially during summer.
      - controlling weeds or undesirable plants in the yards
      - killing fungus on fruit leaves
      - killing plants diseases
      - control snails, slugs and ants.

      In the markets, we may find plenty pesticides types for specific pests, diseases or other purposes.

      Many studies indicated that the using of pesticides, toxic substances, in long term could lead to:
      - toxic to environment
      - harmful to people

      Delete
  9. Pesticides definitely cause all kinds of diseases. They're poison. I don't knowingly use them preferring natural mosquito repellent. I don't mind weeds either. Love your blog.

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      Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 23
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      Fall season’s wild flower in the yard.

      We know at least 6 types of pesticides with its own specific pests target:
      - insecticides
      - herbicides
      - rodenticides
      - bactericides
      - fungicides
      - larvicides, to kill larvae form of insects (mosquitoes)

      Pesticides may enter our body, then stored in the colon. After a while, its spread and poison our body.

      Several diseases are suspected due to pesticides:
      - cancer
      - Alzheimer's disease
      - Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
      - birth defects

      Then, Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s?

      Yes!

      Based on preliminary observations, there is relationship between pesticides and Parkinson’s.

      New findings show that exposure to low level pesticides could cause disruptions on cells relate to Parkinson’s diseases. Hence, increase risk to this diseases.

      Take care!

      Delete
  11. I prefer to use natural products, very interesting post.

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    1. Thanks-
      Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 23
      -
      Yellow wild flowers at backyard.

      I believe all of us ever use or at least know about pesticide or other words such as insecticides and herbicides.

      I myself use pesticides for:
      - killing mosquitoes, especially during summer.
      - controlling weeds or undesirable plants in the yards
      - killing fungus on fruit leaves
      - killing plants diseases
      - control snails, slugs and ants.

      In the markets, we may find plenty pesticides types for specific pests, diseases or other purposes.

      Many studies indicated that the using of pesticides, toxic substances, in long term could lead to:
      - toxic to environment
      - harmful to people

      Delete
  13. I try using natural methods instead of chemicals.

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  14. Very interesting informations. Have a nice day.

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  15. Thanks for your informative article:)

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      Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 23
      -
      Fall season’s wild flower in the yard.

      We know at least 6 types of pesticides with its own specific pests target:
      - insecticides
      - herbicides
      - rodenticides
      - bactericides
      - fungicides
      - larvicides, to kill larvae form of insects (mosquitoes)

      Pesticides may enter our body, then stored in the colon. After a while, its spread and poison our body.

      Several diseases are suspected due to pesticides:
      - cancer
      - Alzheimer's disease
      - Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
      - birth defects

      Then, Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s?

      Yes!

      Based on preliminary observations, there is relationship between pesticides and Parkinson’s.

      New findings show that exposure to low level pesticides could cause disruptions on cells relate to Parkinson’s diseases. Hence, increase risk to this diseases.

      Take care!

      Delete
  16. Questi pesticidi uccidono anche noi... Meglio sempre i prodotti naturali!

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  17. I prefer no pesticide...but sometimes it's just hard to avoid them.

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  18. Pesticides have never been good for our health, but I didn't know about that they can cause Parkinsons. Thanks for the info.

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    1. Thanks-
      Could Pesticide Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 23
      -
      Yellow wild flowers at backyard.

      I believe all of us ever use or at least know about pesticide or other words such as insecticides and herbicides.

      I myself use pesticides for:
      - killing mosquitoes, especially during summer.
      - controlling weeds or undesirable plants in the yards
      - killing fungus on fruit leaves
      - killing plants diseases
      - control snails, slugs and ants.

      In the markets, we may find plenty pesticides types for specific pests, diseases or other purposes.

      Many studies indicated that the using of pesticides, toxic substances, in long term could lead to:
      - toxic to environment
      - harmful to people

      Delete
  19. We use neem oil for our plants and also a mixture of neem oil, soap and water to get rid of bugs and pests( 1/2 gallon water, 1 tsp neem oil, 1/2 tsp soap).

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