Ok, I need someone from outside the U.S. to do a bit of research for me.

Sassafras, back in the 1930s, was determined by the FDA to cause liver cancer in lab rats, and was immediately banned from being sold. Here in the U.S., every search query I use to see if I can find anything disproving that theory always ends up being a page about how it was outlawed or that it causes liver cancer, so I think that the U.S. is trying to censor it. If you live out of the U.S. could you do a search for me and tell me what you come up with? Thanks in advance, Lambeau.

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    Safrole a chemical in sassafras was found to be slightly carcinogenic. There was never a report of cancer to humans from it though. You would have to consume so much of it for to be dangerous at all. That is why it was banned because big companies could get that much. but saying cigarettes are legal kinda dumb still.

    from the U.S.
    and no they arent blocking it just use some common sense.
    on second though your internet provider could but i highly doubt it. We are barely censored on the internet man.

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    Nothing is being censored. You are not being watched. Continue normal browsing activities, citizen.

    • Ertrov
    • August 16, 2011, 10:43 pm
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