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Urge the EPA to ban the use of neonicotinoid pesticides from being used on crops and in household products to protect nature’s hardest workers, bees! It’s no longer a mystery. We know what’s killing the bees. They’re being poisoned by neonicotinoid insecticides, manufactured by Bayer & Syngenta. Of the 100 crop species that provide 90 percent of the world's food, over 70 are pollinated by bees. No bees, no pollination! No food!. PLZ SIgn & Share!

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Honey bees are critically important to many aspects of agriculture, urban and rural landscapes as well as backyard gardens - and Bayer supports efforts to promote bee health. #BayerBeeTour

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Bad Medicine: A History of Narcotics in Pharmaceuticals

A banner for Bayer Pharmaceutical Products listing the company’s three flagship products: Aspirin (“for headaches”), Heroin (“for coughs”), and Heroin Hydrochloride (“water soluble”).

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Help the bees! Help your garden!

Plant these for the bees! All bees not just honey bees!

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Eleven days after launching the popular market Aspirin, Bayer laboratories begin to market a revolutionary new product: Heroin . Within months, both brands, Aspirin ® and Heroin ® were announced together as insurmountable pain. One took pains to the world and the other, put them a great time.

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Bayer understands the necessity for healthy bees as pollinators for food production. Honey bees are critically important to many aspects of agriculture as well as urban and rural landscapes and Bayer CropScience supports efforts to promote bee health. #BayerBeeTour

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Antique bottle of “Heroin Hydrochloride” tablets, made by The Bayer Co. LTD. The bottle was hand blown.

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Bayer patents aspirin | March 6, 1899

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Community Post: 15 Insane Products You'd Never Be Allowed To Buy Nowadays

<b>These goods from yesteryear are either too lethal or useless to be sold today.</b> But they're also just plain weird.

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Bayer’s branded product “Heroin” which was touted as a non addictive substitute for morphine… until it was discovered that it actually metabolized into morphine, only on a much more powerful scale.

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