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4. Why do we tend to assume that natural chemicals are safe while industrial chemicals are evil? Is this correct?

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    Is it because we're ignorant of the properties of plants and "natural chemicals?"

    Monkshood, for example is a natural plant, yet it's deadly poisonous.

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