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Amazon to help Americans buy more toxic poisons for their home with the touch of a button

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(NaturalNews) Logistics innovator Amazon, which last year announced a robotic drone concept that cuts out the delivery middleman by shipping goods directly from Amazon warehouses to people's homes via drone, has come up with yet another novel, futuristic concept that will allow people to instantly order the consumer products they need with the quick touch of a button.

Known as the Amazon Dash Button, the pioneering product is a simple, touch-activated device that can be affixed anywhere in a person's home for quick and easy ordering of things like hand soap, paper towels, processed food, shaving cream, and more. A laundry detergent Dash Button, for instance, might be placed right on the front of the washing machine for rapid access, while a shampoo Dash Button might work best attached to the front of a shower door.

Below is an image of a Tide Dash Button attached to the front of a washing machine:

And here's a variety of Dash Buttons for ordering toilet paper, disinfectant wipes, and processed macaroni and cheese:

Amazon Dash Buttons add more Wi-Fi pollution to your home

As you'll notice, most of the advertised Amazon's Dash Buttons are for mass-produced consumer products made by some of the biggest corporate names in America -- Kraft, Procter & Gamble, Kimberly-Clark, Clorox, Olay, General Mills, and many others are all represented. The following link contains a full list of consumer products that are available through Amazon Dash Buttons:

The concept is quite innovative, as it was designed to sync up with people's smartphones and Wi-Fi connections to make ordering basic necessities simple and painless. Amazon describes the Dash Button this way:

Use the Amazon app on your smartphone to easily connect to your home Wi-Fi network and select the product you want to reorder with Dash Button. Once connected, a single press automatically places your order. Amazon sends an order alert to your phone, so it's easy to cancel if you change your mind. Unless you elect otherwise, Dash Button responds only to your first press until your order is delivered.

Amazon Dash Buttons make toxic, mass-produced foods and consumer products more accessible than ever

It seems as though Amazon has all the bases covered, except for one major thing -- most of the products currently offered through the Amazon Dash Button are processed, loaded with chemicals, and definitively toxic. It's true: Take a look at some of the poison-filled products being offered with unparalleled ease through the Amazon Dash Button:

Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, which contains toxic ingredients like alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride:

Tide laundry detergent, which has been exposed for containing high levels of cancer-causing 1,4-dioxane:

Here's an Amazon Dash Button for Maxwell House "K cups," an instant coffee product made with soft plastic that's exposed to high-temperature water, possibly leaching chemicals into consumers' morning blend:

Or how about this Amazon Dash Button for Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, which contains artificial dyes made from petroleum? The product is also loaded with questionable wheat ingredients likely contaminated with Roundup (glyphosate):

Huggies diapers should be safe, though, right? Wrong. Like many conventional laundry detergent products on the market today, Huggies diapers contain harmful dioxins, sodium polycrylate (which is linked to causing "toxic shock syndrome"), artificial dyes and fragrances, phthalates, and much more. But with an Amazon Dash Button, you can get all these chemicals delivered in a pinch:








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