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Originally posted by Big Raging Loner
reply to post by daaskapital
It boggles the mind. Almost all psychiatric medication contains it too, which is in my opinion largely over prescribed. It all contributes to how much is circulating in our water supply.
The dentist patched me up, told me to use a Sonicare toothbrush, and rinse daily with ACT fluoride rinse.
That is VERY interesting to me both personally and as a medical professional
reply to post by mudbeed
Most ground water naturally contains fluoride... that includes spring water.
The fact that the OP has over 90 stars for this piece of garbage thread makes me sad and frankly a little concerned about reading comprehension skills in America.
You choose to ignore the truth and instead have decided to pawn this off to get flags and stars.
This thread is dead, its whole premise is false.....
NO that is not what it says at all but I can see why you would draw that conclusion if you don't have a medical knowledge base. That is not meant to be an insult by the way. The fluoride was injected yes. It absorbed into the calcified plaque in the arterial walls of patients with known heart disease.
1. They tool patients that had been scanned by other means so they knew where the arterial plaque was located within the walls.
Originally posted by XtraTL
We should pass a law to ban addition of fluoride to natural water sources by volcanic rock. I doubt the natural sources of flouride will pay any attention, but you know, you can't have a ban on it that people will obey if nature itself isn't made to listen.
Too bad that there is no uptick in the death rate when flouride was added to the water supply. Otherwise we'd actually have, you know, like, actual evidence of the risk.
If you notice, no one really mentions that "fluoridation is killing us", the only people saying that are the trolls.