Does the Barbados Government do enough for Pesticides? Health experts want more Warning Signs posted…

If boxes of cigarettes can have labels screaming at users their danger for consumption, if Barbadians get signs warning them as they drive along if a crew is digging up a roadway – then similar labelling should be mandatory for junk food in stores and better signage for the travelling public when spraying crops can affect passing motorists…

Mr Holligan and Ms Karwin were part of a panel promoting a seminar organised by the Barbados Coalition of Service Industries, their gala was held the same day as the Sandy Lane Gold Cup and Agrofest

Mr Holligan and Ms Karwin were part of a panel promoting a seminar organised by the Barbados Coalition of Service Industries, their gala was held the same day as the Sandy Lane Gold Cup and Agrofest

Everett Holligan a.k.a “Heru” of Khemit Konnections (holistic health agency promoting vegan lifestyles as a means of combatting modern ailments, the name refers to the ancient name for what most now know as Egypt) was horrified when he was taking his family for a drive in St Philip and they were assaulted with a moist spray which they realised too late was chemicals meant to eradicate insects… {CLICK ON FOLLOWING ICON FOR FULL AUDIO}

In his view, when shops offer chips and candy bars at low costs – they should be made to list the ingredients and warn consumers, since the contents can be as potentially bad as tobacco if not worse {CLICK ON FOLLOWING ICON FOR FULL AUDIO}

Bajan Reporter posed a situation how Ramen noodles is a lot easier on the average Bajan’s pocket than a salad full of tomatoes, lettuce, carrots and other vegetables, to which Samantha Karwin then asserted Barbadians are just too lazy to consider the true cost of eating right foods could be their life {CLICK ON FOLLOWING ICON FOR FULL AUDIO}

Both holistic practitioners also see the need for Barbados to start regulating alternative medicine practitioners as too many folk claim they have specialised knowledge and when customers follow that advice it can send them to the hospital. They reacted to Facebook suggestions that overusing Moringa plants can create a deficiency of the lungs {CLICK ON FOLLOWING ICON FOR FULL AUDIO}

Samantha Nelson Karwin suggested that if a person is having a lung affliction, there is a strong possibility that grief or mourning may create the situation not using particular herbs in great proportions {CLICK ON FOLLOWING ICON FOR FULL AUDIO}

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