posted on Apr, 6 2017 @ 05:54 AM
I went to Waitrose , the posh English supermarket brand , the other day . I had one specific purpose to be there : to avail myself of more of an
excellent product you can't buy in other supermarkets : Kingfisher brand fennel toothpaste , which claims it is fluoride free .
Now , to my horror , well , my unsurprised disdain , Waitrose have decided not to stock it anymore , instead supplying Kingfisher brand mint
toothpaste, which claims it is 'with fluoride' .
Every other toothpaste available , in any supermarket , (up to 50 or so) is fluoridated , apart from 1 . Aloe Vera toothpaste and 2 .Euthymol
toothpaste (made in Switzerland) . Both these are reasonably good short -term, but they are different than the Kingfisher non-fluoridated , in that
neither really does the job of scrubbing away the stains which can develop on teeth over time.
I didn't complain at Waiting-Rose ,( as I call it , for their distinct propensity to have procured in particular , very nice looking young ladies for
work there. ) It would have been a waste of time . But I could have , because they have replaced an inferior product , for one which is excellent ,
and both are made by the same company . Hmmm I thinking : what's going on here ?
Fluoride is a drug , and it is an un-necessary drug in the combat of tooth decay . Cleaning your mouth regularly is the only winning strategy in that
The target of fluoride is the brain , and currently the means of applying it to the populkace is through the gums . Its an extremely effective way of
applying this drug to your brain . Chew some tobacco for example , and will find out just how effectively your gums and palate can absorb drugs .
Fluoride , is a drug which is used upon mental health patients , in the form of flupentixol decanoate , flupentixol meaning 5 parts fluoride and the
decanoate is there to stick it to their insides , by injection , so it is released daily to the brain , by the fatty tissues it sticks to . It's
called 'depixol' for short . Nice , eh ?
The trouble with fluoride , is it's not a nice drug , it's very bad for your psychology . The effects of a regular dose of fluoride are multiple and
exponential , they gather upon themselves , causing further complications to the mind of the person receiving the doses . In the mental health setting
, fluoride causes a patient to display fewer symptoms , primarily because their energy is gone : they only want to sit or lie down . Good for everyone
on the ward or in the outside world , except the patient .
The symptoms of fluoride application are evident in the general populace , but to a lesser extent . General apathy , or disinterestedness prevail .
Anxiety and or confusion are often present . A lack of imagination or creativeness is very widespread . Tiredness and subsequent neglect is common .
People don't enjoy their jobs , or speak with any particular learning of their own . They're very unwilling to hear of any thinking which is not
readily digestible , and , lacking the power to make up their own mind , are irritable easily .
The absence of enthusiasm is notable : notable enough to make any somehow enthusiastic difference-maker newsworthy . He ran a marathon a day for 365
consecutive days -wow ! By example ...
If you're a fluoride user - stop . Its a drug , you're being drugged . Weight for weight or parts per million - it has been carefully worked out .
"Use no more than a pea sized amount for children" . This is not a joke , it is a serious matter . Its of importance .
. Put children first - stop drugging them with un-necessary fluoride , but make them clean their whole mouth including all of it they reach , and
regularly . One brand , available in Waitrose too , called 'Big Teeth' for kids , has massively elevated levels of the drug. Exercise consumer
Why , do we think , are Waitrose replacing the good with the bad ? They used to supply , and now they don't ? What could have happened here ?