Marijuana is natural
"As a biologist, I firmly believe that when you're dead, you're dead. Except for what you live behind in history. That's the only afterlife" - J. Craig Venter
It's from the earth man! *makes peace-sign*
I'm not sure the root beer arugment would be accurate. There's a difference between "all natural" and coming from "natural products."
Root beer's original recipie, as well as the current one requires for refinement and combination of many ingredients.
Oil is all natural. Gasoline is a derivative of natural products.
There are no standards for what `natural' means, merely adding one natural product can lead to the company advertising it as 'natural'. Theres loads of known, potentially dangerous chemicals littered in these products.
Yes, such natural thins are to be avoided, but we are biologists, we can know the test the truth of naturalness, that should be TESTED. So, atlast testing is essential, but the natural cosmetics in INDIA don't have any mention of naturalness inorder to advertise, but those which are not that natural have the mention of it.
I agree... testing of certain things is vital(i don't mean cosmetics here). A lot of natural poisons come from nature
There are places that don't use products tested on animals. Lush and the Body Shop both don't use products tested on animals and Body Shop is funding ways of testing without animals involved at all.
There are other developments such as computer programs that can simulate how the product will affect humans, but these are expensive and the simulations aren't always accurate.
I intend to live forever, so far so good!
Since it's people who make them, they should be people-tested
i know this sounds stupid, but you have to listen to under stand the problem with the stoping of cosmetic related testing.
With our current law system it is EXTREAMLY easy to sue anyone, which is the problem, so to save companys from going bankrupt they have to animal test, so if you want to get rid of this problem you need to exchange the law subjecting the matter accordingly.
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