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Most cotton clothing is GENETICALLY MODIFIED... ****The Official List of GM-Free Cotton Clothing**** - Page 5

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whats so cool about natural indigo is how it fades....

these are the same model as the jeans I just got... they are realy growing on me.

 

 

and hear are some pictures of mine.....


Edited by 4characters - 6/9/13 at 11:54am
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What's your opinion on juicing? How about sprouts? How about recycling?
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4characters, remember, you are genetically modified too. You are .00001% cockroach if you are eating GMO vegetables, and under the law, a cockroach is not a human being, and therefore not privy to the rights and freedoms of a human being. Just trying to help smile.gif
thank you very much for trying to help! you are right I am a gmo, but I have recently learned how to stop eating GMOs and I have stopped all of my GM food consumption. hopefully I can wash out all the old GMO me with my favorate natural foods. I would write more about it, but I can't in this forum, it being for clothing and style...

hear is a good consumer websites that does cotton and food:
Institute of Responsible Technology

and an interesting 30 minute documentey about the wonders of natural seed: Seeds Of Freedom
So how much natural seed do you ingest, 4chara? How much natural seed should one ingest to stay healthy and glowing?
post #64 of 255
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What's your opinion on juicing? How about sprouts? How about recycling?

My opinion: Follow your bliss, don't hate, and do good...

post #65 of 255

Some good info in here. Keep doing your thing man.

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So how much natural seed do you ingest, 4chara? How much natural seed should one ingest to stay healthy and glowing?

all food has seeds of some sort, even cows and dogs...

-I try to eat about 3 meals a day and I'm happy with my health.

 

-I don't answer should questions. Eat what you want, this isen't a diet Q&A thread. Its a resorce of quality natural cotton perfection and maybe a bar of soap or the like.

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Some good info in here. Keep doing your thing man.

Thank you. My pleasure. smile.gif

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Very good question

Yea, they should be fine..

 

Remember, what I said is more of a general perspective, not a fixed rule.

I'm mearley saying that .com sites usualy have a for profit motive for there information.

 

Thank you for your comment/question.

Agree, naturalnews.com is a good example.

post #69 of 255
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Agree, naturalnews.com is a good example.

Your right, I just went on Naturalnews.com and it seems very interesting and informative.

Thank your for your post

post #70 of 255
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I just found out that GM Upland cotton is inherently Inferior to NON-GMO Extra Long Staple cotton! The superior quality cottons are not GM.
post #71 of 255
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more info on cotton types is on page #3.

post #72 of 255
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Sea Island Cotton! It is widley thought to be the best quality cotton in the world, even better than Egyption cotton...

It's also not a GM cotton.


Edited by 4characters - 6/11/13 at 4:52pm
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What makes GMO-free cotton any better than GMO cotton?

 

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Safer mainly, also many of the natural cottons that are left are of delightful quality.

 

More info on page #3

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