Common Pesticides and their Profound Effect

18 May 2012
Author: Lindsay Johnson
Read time: 2 min
Category: Archive

Below we have just listed a few of these pesticides (only one category of deadly chemicals) to show you what to expect when you are dining our or purchasing food from non-organic sources. Initial symptoms are often the beginning of the looming catastrophic disease to come.


Where Found

Effects & Risks


Known groundwater pollutant

Highly toxic to crustaceans, fish, insects, mollusks, plankton.


A carbamate insecticide used to contort ants, roaches, etc. Also used in shelf paper.

A Probable human carcinogen, likely residues in food from crack and crevice treatments in food establishments and food processing plants.


Used on a variety of food and feed crops, golf courses, and as a mosquitocide.

This can overstimulate the nervous system causing nausea dizziness, confusion, respiratory paralysis and death.


Water and ecological toxicity.

Hypersensitive to stimulation, prickling or creeping on the skin. Causes headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting incoordination, tremor, mental confusion, hyper-excitable state, convulsions, seizure, coma and respiratory depression.


Insecticide both for household and agricultural pest control.

Can over-stimulate the nervous system causing nausea, dizziness, confusion respiratory paralysis and death.


Pest control, food processing, fumigation, spray for crops

Excessive salivation sweating, muscle twitching, weakness, tremor, headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, respiratory depression, wheezing fluid in lungs.


Used on a variety of food and feed crops

Highly corrosive, caustic eye, skin mouth and gastrointestinal injuries, nausea vomiting & diarrhea, hypotension, myocardial failure, pulmonary edema, neurological changes, liver and renal toxicity, methemoglobinemia and hemolysis.

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