What are Pesticides?
Pesticides are chemical substances that are intended to murder pests. A pesticide is a substance or an organic operator, for example, a disinfectant that deters or incapacitates kills the pests.
This utilization of pesticides is normal to such an extent that the term pesticide is frequently treated as synonymous with plant security items. It is normally used to eliminate or control a variety of agricultural pests that can damage crops and livestock and reduce farm productivity. The most regularly applied pesticides are insecticides to kill insects, herbicides to kill weeds, rodenticides to kill rodents, and fungicides to control fungi, mold, and mildew.
Definition of Pesticides
Any substance or mixture of substances intended for preventing, destroying or controlling any pest, including vectors of human or creature illness, undesirable types of plants or creatures, causing hurt during or in any case interfere with the creation, preparing, capacity, transport, or promoting of nourishment, farming wares, wood and wood items or animal feedstuffs, or substances that might be directed to animals for the control of creepy insects, 8-legged creature, or different irritations in or on their bodies.
Types of Pesticides
- Insecticides – insects
- Herbicides – plants
- Rodenticides – rodents (rats & mice)
- Bactericides – bacteria
- Fungicides – fungi
- Larvicides – larvae
Uses of Pesticides
- Controlling pests and plant sickness vectors.
- Controlling human/animal sickness vectors and annoyance life forms.
- Controlling living beings that hurt other human exercises and structures.
Impact of pesticide on our body
- Birth Defects
- Learning Disabilities
- Effects on Reproduction
Let’s go through the solution?
How do you normally clean your fruits and vegetables at home? You wash them in the tap water right? Let’s try an experiment. We’re going to use some Tomatoes here we have got at the grocery store so these are some nature’s sweet tomatoes. So, we’re going to take these nature’s sweet tomatoes to rinse them in the tap water and also with Kangen water
You won’t believe how effectively it can clean all the pesticides in just one wash. Just compare the two results. Take normal water in one bowl and Kangen in another. Try to clean half the tomatoes with normal tap water. And another half tomatoes, soak them in what’s called strong Kangen water especially, strong Kangen water is that a pH of about 11.5.
You can instantly see the difference in the cleansing. So, how it is so different from the normal tap water cleaning? Let’s see the explanation for this-
The strong ph of Kangen water of 11.5 enables it to fully dissolve the oil-based pesticides when it comes in contact with the outer layer of tomatoes or any veggies & fruits. Normal tap water can not dissolve the oil from pesticides. Thus, it fails to clean it completely and this layer remains as it is, proving to be detrimental to your health. As Kangen water is able to dissolve this oil-based pesticide it cal clean it completely from veggie’s surface
So, guess what regular water doesn’t have the ability to take those off but Kangen water has, the ability to take them off just like it broke down the oil over it.