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Are Your Tampons Making You Cranky?
Women become emotional during their menstrual cycles. It's an accepted fact. Some become angry and violent; others, annoyed and exhausted. The changes occur because of hormonal imbalances, which lead to other ineffectual symptoms, including bloatedness, fatigue, cramps, headaches and crankiness. Menstruation may not be the sole cause for crankiness, toxic bacteria in the bloodstream or an imbalance of necessary body liquids both can cause an unwanted imbalance in hormones that leads to increased irritability.
In the past 15 years, unintentional pesticide consumption remains rampant and continues as a viable concern. Scientists discover the dangers of our meals, while reporters discuss these unintentionally hazards.
As the research and discussions grow, more studies link toxic byproducts from foods to ulcers, illnesses and genetic mutations. Through the dissemination of these facts, awareness grows and the general public aims to eat foods without these toxic byproducts.
But Wait, There’s More
The general public may be ridding their bodies of those pesky pesticide toxins from direct consumption of foods and beverages, but are they totally eliminating the threat of these dangerous toxins?  Not quite. See, toxins can still enter the body—through the air we breathe and the objects that touch our skins. While the hair inside our nostrils stymie the entrance of bacteria, some particles still get past our early defenses. And the skin, another one of these early-defensive organs, too cannot stop all of the bacteria it comes into contact with. 
Cotton, for example, is grown in the fields beside soybeans, corn, strawberries and wheat that all contain the same pesticides we wish to avoid. And cotton, just as with produce, contains pesticides; in fact, cotton contains three of the most acutely hazardous pesticides-- aldicarb, parathion and methamidopho.

According to the Organic Trade Association, 34 percent of the cropland contains cotton. What’s worse, a majority of our clothes, undergarments, and toiletries, e.g., cotton balls, q-tips and tampons, all contain cotton. For women, direct contact with small traces of pesticide-laced cotton tampons can prove detrimental to their health. 
The Gateway
Tampons—designed to soak up vaginal discharge, including blood--can absorb the natural liquids inside the vaginal tissue. Too much of this absorbency can dry the vaginal tissue and can cause abrasions or even bleeding. With vaginal tissue dried, toxins can proliferate because the acidity meant to prevent the production of hazardous bacteria is no longer produced. Toxins will then have an even clearer gateway into the bloodstream.
Free Yourself
So what you do when tampons are almost unavoidable? Well, good news: You’re not bound to those cotton-housed pesticides. Organic tampons, completely free of pesticides, chlorine, synthetic fibers and dyes are available. They help prevent not only harmful bacteria, but they’re also better for the soil, air, animals and environment.

While there are various options for organic tampons, Sea Sponges remain my favorite. All natural and created by Mother Earth, these tampons won’t dry out your vaginal walls. Heck they too will save you money and even eliminate stress. But how can tampons relieve stress, you ask?

By preventing direct contact with toxins, the body can maintain a natural acidity level that minimizes the chances of further depleting the natural balance of bodily liquids that can induce stress and crankiness. And with the average woman using around 17,000 tampons or bleached pads within her lifetime, organic pads help save the environment!

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