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The price of excess fluoride

Fluoride – Some Interesting Facts

“The first occurrence of fluoridated drinking water on Earth was found in Nazi prison camps in Germany. The Gestapo had little concern about the supposed effect of fluoride on children’s teeth; their alleged reason for massively medicating water with fluoride. sodium was to sterilize humans and force the people in their concentration camps into quiet submission. “

Ref: The Crime and Punishment of IG Farben by Joseph Borkin

USAF Major George R. Jordan testified before congressional anti-American activities committees in the 1950s that in his post as liaison officer for the Soviet Union, the Soviets openly admitted …

“Using fluoride in the water supplies in their gulags (concentration camps), to make the prisoners stupid, docile and servile.”

Fluoride or hydrofluorosilicic acid (H 2 SiF 6) is not found in nature, but is a waste by-product derived from the industrial manufacture of aluminum, zinc, uranium, aerosols, insecticides, fertilizers, plastics, lubricants, and pharmaceuticals.

It is also a Part II poison under the UK Poisons Act 1972, which is classified in toxicity above lead and just below arsenic.

Fluoride is one of the basic ingredients in both PROZAC (fluoxetene hydrochloride) and sarin nerve gas (isopropyl methyl phosphoryl fluoride).

American toothpastes containing fluoride are required by law to state “WARNING: Keep out of the reach of children under 6 years of age. If you accidentally swallow more than is used for brushing, seek professional help or contact a poison control center immediately. “

Sources of fluoride include: fluoride dental products, fluoride pesticides, fluoride pharmaceuticals, processed foods made with fluoridated water, and tea. The tea plant seems to absorb especially large amounts of fluoride, and the more the leaf matures, the more fluoride. Young green leaves are less so.

Research by the Environmental Working Group (EWG), a respected research organization based in Washington, suggests that children exposed to fluoride between the ages of five and ten years will experience a higher rate of osteosarcoma (bone cancer) among the ages 10 and 19.

Although osteosarcoma is rare, accounting for only about 3 percent of childhood cancers, it is especially dangerous. The mortality rate in the first five years is about 50 percent, and almost all survivors have amputated limbs, usually legs. The EWG has called for fluoride in tap water to be added to the US government’s classified list of substances known or expected to cause cancer in humans.

The Scientific American study, completed in January 2008, “concluded that fluoride may subtly disrupt endocrine function, especially in the thyroid gland that produces hormones that regulate growth and metabolism.”

Article in The Lancet on neurotoxins by P. Grandjean and PJ Landrigan; November 8, 2006. “Fluoride is a toxin and harmful to the brain and spinal cord.”

Sulfuryl Fluoride is a colorless and odorless gas recently legitimized for the fumigation of stored food i.e. grains, herbs, dry ingredients like powdered egg, etc. The following is a quote from the Fluoride Action Network site

“It is now acceptable for fumigations to produce fluoride residues of 70 ppm” in or on “all processed foods (except processed foods specified otherwise), 130 ppm” in or above “wheat and 900 ppm” in or on “dried eggs.”

As for the toxicity of sulfuryl fluoride, the main target is the brain. According to the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, its effect is the vacuolization of sections of the brain. This means holes in the brain.

Research published by Dr. Phyllis Mullenix shows a buildup of fluoride and permanent brain damage in animals exposed to moderate levels. The offspring of pregnant animals showed marked hyperactivity (ADD) while adult animals with the same dose showed slowness or hypoactivity.

Fluoride interferes with the absorption of iodine crucial for hormone regulation and is believed to be responsible for the high incidence of underactive thyroid in Birmingham, UK, an area fluoridated for forty years. The region topped the UK’s “fat list” in 2003, with 22 percent of the population classified as clinically obese.

Sixty percent of the U.S. water supply is fluoridated, where an estimated 13 million women have been diagnosed with an underactive thyroid, and drugs used to treat hypothyroidism were the second most prescribed drug in 1999 .

Aluminum is routinely added in water treatment plants to remove suspended matter, and small amounts inevitably find their way into the public water supply. Aluminum and fluoride easily combine to produce aluminum fluoride. Elemental aluminum cannot cross the blood brain barrier, but the aluminum fluoride compound can. Aluminum fluoride is poisonous to the kidneys and is very poorly excreted. Aluminum salts in the brain are associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

A series of epidemiological studies in China have associated a high fluoride exposure with a lower IQ. In Sihong County, Jiangsu Province, China, higher levels of fluoride in drinking water were significantly associated with higher rates of mental retardation in a group of 512 children ages 8 to 13. (IQ The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) stated in 1977 that, for the average individual, a retention of 2 mg / day would result in crippling skeletal fluorosis after 40 years.

What makes fluoride so poisonous to humans is that about half of the daily intake of fluoride is not eliminated. That is what makes it so dangerous. Toxicologists like to say, “The dose makes the poison.” Well, at least there is agreement that in a healthy individual the kidneys will be able to eliminate about 50 percent of the daily intake of fluoride. The rest will be permanently absorbed in calcareous matter, such as bones and teeth.

If you live in a fluoridated area, drink several cups of brewed tea, or consume soda and food prepared with water from a fluoridated area, you could easily be consuming 10 liters of fluoridated water every day.

Scientists are wary of publicizing any adverse effects, as the resulting litigation would cost billions and would likely last decades. So we are in the usual place when it comes to our health; versus doing our own investigation and due diligence.

Many European countries, including France, Germany, and Switzerland, have banned the discharge of hydrofluorosilicic acid into drinking water. But oh my. At this very moment, the devastating consequences of too much fluoride are becoming all too apparent in the US, Alan Johnson, the current Secretary of Health, has announced that he wants fluoride added to all families’ tap water. from United Kingdom. You have to wonder if you haven’t been drinking too much fluoridated water.

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