Biological Transmutation of Glyphosate


Supports reduction of glyphosate residue.

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Glyphosate is a popular herbicide that has been linked to cancer.  Residues of it are now being found in food, wine and even mother’s milk.  It can take up to 8 years for it to naturally break down.  We already know that biology is able to change (transmute) silica into calcium.  Biology has the capability to transmute other minerals as well.  This reagent is designed to stimulate biology to beneficially transmute the phosphorus in glyphosate.