Whisper Organics Organic Cotton Flannel Sheets Set GOTS Certified (Full, Natural)

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Snuggle up with the soft and cozy touch of this flannel sheet set from Whisper Organics. Made from premium, long-lasting hypoallergenic fabrics it is durable enough to last for years without pilling and tearing. Contains natural colors, our linens are not colored with chemical dye. Enjoy a peaceful & cozy nights rest. Feel the difference! Responsibly made in India.Set includes a twin sized fitted sheet, flat sheet and 1 pillow case.

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“Herbicide-resistant GE cotton is typically sprayed with copious amounts of Roundup, the active ingredient in which is glyphosate, a likely human carcinogen.

The 2002 introduction of Bt cotton, which is genetically engineered to produce its own internal pesticide, was supposed to lead to a reduction in the use of insecticides. In reality, Bt cotton actually requires more pesticide sprayings than indigenous cotton, as it has created new chemical-resistant pests.

To control these resistant pests, farmers now use 13 times more pesticides than they were using prior to the introduction of Bt cotton.6″ – Dr Joseph Mercola

That’s pretty scary, right?

And there is more horror!

“White Gold — The True Cost of Cotton” created by the Environmental Justice Foundation, reveals the gross human rights violations occurring in Uzbekistan, the second largest cotton exporter in the world, and how the cotton industry has created an environmental catastrophe of unbelievable proportions.

Here, one-third of the population, including children as young as 7, labor for the government-owned cotton industry. Schools close during harvest time, and teachers bring the children to the cotton fields instead. Students who refuse to pick cotton may lose their schooling privileges.”

And ladies, we don’t even want to discuss the TAMPON implications, right? And the cancer issues!