Some people have been poisoned by pesticides from drinking too much tea.

Continuing with the quote from President Magazine.

Dr. Kumiko Taira of the Tokyo Women’s Medical University East Medical Center told us about this case caused by tea. She is a leading researcher on the effects of neonicotinoids on the human body.

She is a leading researcher on the effects of neonicotinoids on the human body. “More than ten years ago, it was popular to drink liters of green tea a day to lose weight. At that time, many patients came to me with sudden shaking hands, irregular heartbeat, dizzy eyes, lack of appetite, and racing heart.

I suspected it was because of the tea, so I asked them to stop drinking it, and within a few weeks, they were completely cured. I didn’t think it was possible, but when I analyzed the bottled tea drinks, I found that neonicotinoids were indeed detected. They had been drinking it for their health, and they were getting sick.

The problem with neonicotinoids is that we cannot see their true toxicity.

Neonicotinoids are very different from the pesticides we imagine.

When most organisms receive signals from the brain, the synapses at the tip of the nerve cells convert the electrical signals into acetylcholine and release it, which binds to acetylcholine receptors and transmits the information.

Almost all living things, including humans, are said to be unable to live without acetylcholine. The neonicotinoids kill insects by attaching to their acetylcholine receptors and keeping their nerves excited.

It has been said that neonicotinoids are safe for humans because their receptors are shaped differently from those of insects, but this myth is now being challenged.


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