Is your water filled with rat poison? It’s called Fluoride.

OutoftheboxratLast week I watched an old movie by Alfred Hitchcock. The famous British, brilliant producer and master of suspense, who is so clever at giving us a twist at the end of the movie to surprise us all. During the film I saw on a shelf, a box that said ‘Rat Poison: Fluoride.’ Rat poison? Would you personally put Rat Poison in your drinking water?

Actually today ‘Warfarin’ an anti-coagulant drug that’s prescribed by doctors as a blood thinner for humans, is one of the main ingredients for Rat Poison, which also taken in larger quantities than prescribed, will kill you as well as the rat, just as Fluoride when ingested in quantity, will poison a human being.

One of the first things I did in the early years of natural living, was to eradicate from my diet anything that looked like it had been made in a laboratory, because chances are it had! My philosophy was also, if there is any warning about the consumption of something in a large quantity because it is harmful, then why slowly poison myself with a small quantity. A bit like smoking. If all the nicotine in just ONE cigarette was injected into a human being, he would instantly die!

Water does not have a label to identify ingredients but slowly poisons your body because of additives: The additives are any one or a combination of these chemicals:

  • Fluorosilicic acid: a water-based solution used by most water fluoridation programs in the United States. Fluorosilicic acid is also referred to as hydrofluorosilicate, FSA, or HFS.
  • Sodium fluorosilicate: a dry additive, dissolved into a solution before being added to water.
  • Sodium fluoride: a dry additive, typically used in small water systems, dissolved into a solution before being added to water.

At the end of this post there are articles worth reading for further info on these chemicals.

Growing up in England, I know it was a very long time ago, but most food, milk products, soda and sweets were made from natural ingredients. As time’s gone by, more and more of what consumers buy in supermarkets are nothing but laboratory manufacturing. Take a look at most processed food labels in your cupboard. How much is food, non-genetically modified that is, and how many of the ingredients are just components made in a laboratory? I can’t even pronounce their names to some of the additives that go into some packages. The most famous are belonging to the E-family which many of them have been proven by medical statistics as carcinogenic.

Of course we all have a choice, to eat or not to eat ‘junk food’ but we don’t have too much of a choice about drinking water. After all we can live for some time before we die of starvation, but our bodies need enough water every day or we die very quickly of dehydration.

Back in the old days, water tasted fresh and pure as water should taste, at least where I lived. Chlorine is added to water in most parts of the world, but that is another problem for another blog. Most importantly there was no forcing Fluoride down our throats through fluoridation of water coming out of our taps. (Faucets) if your american.

The official story on fluoride sounds wonderful: Our bodies need lots of water to perform properly, which is true. Drink the stuff, and you won’t get cavities, we’re told. It’s a nice story. But there’s another side to this story — the side you’re never told. And it starts with the astonishing but verifiable fact that nearly all the fluoride dripped into municipal water supplies isn’t naturally occurring fluoride at all.

It’s a combination of hexafluorosilicic acid and sodium silicofluoride.

These two chemicals are considered highly toxic by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA.) They’re actually classified as hazardous waste and when packaged for transportation, they must be labeled as poison and handled by workers wearing industrial safety gear.

So what are hexafluorosilicic acid and sodium silicofluoride, and where do they come from?

That’s the part of this story that you probably won’t believe. That’s after you check it out yourself. I’ll try to get through this part as succinctly as possible.

  • It comes from Phosphate mining companies.
  • Phosphate rock is refined to produce phosphoric acid.
  • Phosphoric acid is one of the main ingredients of Coke & Pepsi.
  • Phosphoric acid is often compared to battery acid.

Many years ago I had a shop and a bottle of coca-cola dropped to the floor behind a shelf. The following day I went to clean it up and to my amazement there was a hole in the tiles of the floor. Battery acid indeed!

  • Phosphoric acid ruins teeth, kidneys and bones.
  • Phosphate rock is also used to create fertilizers.
  • The problem is, phosphate is often contaminated with high levels of fluoride — as much as 40,000 parts per million, or up to 4% of the raw ore.
  • To remove the fluoride, because farmers don’t want ‘fluoride’ in their fertilizers, there is a process.
  • Sulfuric acid is added to a wet slurry of phosphate and water. This causes the fluoride to vaporize, creating highly toxic gaseous compounds such as hydrogen fluoride and silicon tetra fluoride.
  • These toxic fluoride chemicals used to be released directly from the smokestacks of phosphate mining operations, but the nearby farms suffered devastating losses of cattle and food crops which withered away and died due to… guess what? Fluoride poisoning.
  • Death in the environment

    Death in the environment

  • In order to stop this environmental destruction, the phosphate mining industry put in place a way to capture the toxic fluoride chemical vapors, so that they wouldn’t be released into the air, and kill the surrounding livestock and vegetation. This was accomplished by installing “wet scrubbers” that captured the toxic fluoride chemicals, preventing them from being released into the environment and killing the plant and animal life living nearby.
  • It is from these ‘wet scrubbers‘ that toxic fluoride chemicals are now harvested. They’re collected, re-packaged, shipped to your local city, then dumped into the municipal water supply. So instead of these toxic fluoride chemicals being released by the phosphate mining smokestacks, they are instead captured, and then released into the water supply of large cities where the chemicals then contaminate the water of millions of people at a time.
  • Wet Scrubbers

    Wet Scrubbers: This is called water fluoridation.

  • If it weren’t dripped into the water supply, it would have to be disposed of as highly toxic hazardous waste under strict EPA regulations.
  • But dentists say it’s good to prevent cavities! Go figure..

Most water is used for showering, washing dishes, washing clothes, watering gardens and filling pools, so it ends up downstream, where it contaminates rivers, and ultimately the oceans of our world. In this way, water fluoridation policies have become a convenient loophole through which the phosphate mining industry, can dump its toxic waste byproducts into the environment, without adhering to any EPA regulations whatsoever.

All this raises an obvious question: If fluoride kills cows, and crops, and fish, and is considered a hazardous waste chemical by the EPA, then how could it be healthy to ingest?

And why do doctors and dentists, openly recommend fluoride? Surely they must mean ‘Natural Fluoride‘? Where it occurs in trace elements from natural water springs, but it is not a nutrient and our bodies don’t need it! Are our doctors and dentists not taught in medical school where fluoride really comes from? If dentists knew fluoride was derived from the chemical waste of the phosphate mining industry, would they still recommend that we consume it? Ask your dentist on your next visit.

Think about it! The worlds population has become literally the pipe line of getting rid of hazardous waste chemicals.

Some suggestions:

First and foremost, is it not healthier all round, to not allow your child sweets, soda and sticky buns? Give the kids lots of filtered water to drink and eat fresh fruit instead.Teach them to floss & brush their teeth properly with a non-fluoride toothpaste.

We personally use a common, inexpensive, safe, kitchen product, Sodium Bicarbonate.  It’s great for killing bacteria, avoiding cavities, and leaving your mouth as fresh as a daisy!

Also in addition we use 3% food grade Hydrogen peroxide 2-3 times a week. It’s a bleach, as in hair dye, but please (I know you won’t, but I have to say it) don’t use hair bleach in your mouth or on your body, but 3% is edible and quite safe to use.

Visit our on-line shop for Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide:  http://www.outoftheboxremedies.com/

If you have to go to a dentist, always seek out a holistic dentist, who understands the toxicity of fluoride and mercury. They will recommend you NOT to drink toxic fluoride chemicals from your tap water.

Secondly, don’t drink unfiltered tap water. In addition to the toxic fluoride chemicals, tap water is also usually contaminated with chlorine and even dangerous elements from old water pipes. Buy a good counter top water filter. Or get a whole-house filtering system. In either case make sure it will filter the fluoride & chlorine, not just lime or bacteria.

We personally use a water filtering system (unfortunately only for drinking & cooking water) called British Berkfeld Filter The water tastes clean and fresh: It will filter and eliminate

  • microbes, sediment, bacteria, fungus, lead, arsenic, fluoride and chlorine.
  • In addition the FP-4 filters will also absorb:
  • DBPC (Dibromo-chloro-propane)
  • THM’s (trihalomethanes)
  • Various Pesticides & herbicides
  • Heavy Metal Ions.

Do you know of any Doctor who would prescribe chemical fluoride of this nature as a drug? I doubt it, because the FDA would not allow it. Yet we are being systematically drugged every day in our drinking water. With an ‘authoritative’ claim that it’s good for us.

Please visit our on-line shop for healthy, safe products.

https://outoftheboxremedies.wordpress.com/

It’s time to stop fluoride!

https://www.facebook.com/No.Fluoride

See videos about fluoride at NaturalNews.TV.

Visit FluorideAlert.org  and other fluoride truth websites that are working to end the fluoride poisoning.

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=40806

http://www.whale.to/d/fluoride.html

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About Tovah

Certified Substance Abuse and Addictions Professional, (CASAP) Although retired I still do voluntary work in my profession. For many years I've been a natural health enthusiast, using natural remedies and eating healthy natural organic food. I'd like to share some of my experiences about growing Organic Vegetables in small spaces, indoors and out.
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9 Responses to Is your water filled with rat poison? It’s called Fluoride.

  1. Skeptical says:

    Since water fluoridation doesn’t seem to work, why do it anyway? Isn’t it a waste of money?

    On PubMed.gov
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9758426
    “Caries frequency before and after discontinuation of water fluoridation in Kuopio, Finland”

    “In spite of discontinued water fluoridation, no indication of an increasing trend of caries could be found in Kuopio. The mean numbers of fluoride varnish and sealant applications decreased sharply in both towns between 1992 and 1995. In spite of that caries declined.”
    PMID: 9758426

    On PubMed.gov
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11153562
    “Patterns of dental caries following the cessation of water fluoridation” [Canada]

    “The prevalence of caries (assessed in 5,927 children, grades 2, 3, 8, 9) decreased over time in the fluoridation-ended community while remaining unchanged in the fluoridated community.”
    PMID: 11153562

    On PubMed.gov
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10601780
    “Caries prevalence after cessation of water fluoridation La Salud, Cuba”

    “In the past, caries has usually increased after cessation of water fluoridation. More recently an opposite trend could be observed: following the cessation of drinking water fluoridation, in contrast to an expected rise in caries prevalence, DMFT and DMFS values remained at a low level for 6-9-year-olds and to decrease for 10/11-year-olds. In the 12/13-year-olds, there was a significant decrease.”
    PMID: 10601780

    On PubMed.gov
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11014515
    “Decline of caries prevalence after the cessation of water fluoridation in the former East Germany”

    “In contrast to the anticipated increase in dental caries following the cessation of water fluoridation in the cities Chemnitz and Plauen, a significant fall in caries prevalence was observed. This corresponded to the national caries decline and appears to be a new population-wide phenomenon. There is still no explanation for the pattern.”
    PMID: 11014515

    On PubMed.gov
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12244360
    “…dental caries in 12-year-old children residing in cities with and without fluoridated water supply…” [São Paulo, Brazil]

    “There was no statistically significant difference between DMFT in municipalities of the same size, regardless of the presence or absence of fluoride in the water supply… Prevalence of caries in the region was ‘high’, with a DMFT of 4.82, thus failing to reach the goals set for the year 2000.”
    PMID: 12244360

    On PubMed.gov
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18756850
    “The fluoride content of drinking water and caries experience in 15-19 year old school children in Ibadan, Nigeria”

    “955 students aged 15-19 years randomly selected from eleven secondary schools in Ibadan metropolis were examined for dental caries. The fluoride level of the different water sources was between 0.02 and 0.03 ppm. [only] Forty-four (4.6%) of the children had dental caries. In conclusion, both the fluoride level and caries prevalence were low.”
    PMID: 18756850

    On PubMed.gov
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17436973
    “Prevalence and severity of dental caries in adolescents…” [Mexico]

    “In an analysis of caries severity (DMFT > or = 4), both adolescents with very mild/mild and moderate/severe dental fluorosis have higher caries severity. Fluoride exposure (measured through fluorosis presence) does not appear to be reducing the caries prevalence (DMFT > 0) or caries severity (DMFT > or = 4) in these high-altitude communities.”
    PMID: 17436973

    On PubMed.gov
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10728978
    “The effects of a break in water fluoridation [11 mos.] on the development of dental caries and fluorosis” [Durham, North Carolina]

    “It was concluded that while the break had little effect on caries, dental fluorosis is sensitive to even small changes in fluoride exposure from drinking water, and this sensitivity is greater at 1 to 3 years of age than at 4 or 5 years.”
    PMID: 10728978

    On PubMed.gov
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9161076
    “New evidence on fluoridation”

    “A review of recent scientific literature reveals a consistent pattern of evidence– hip fractures, skeletal fluorosis, the effect of fluoride on bone structure, fluoride levels in bones and osteosarcomas– pointing to the existence of causal mechanisms by which fluoride damages bones. In addition, there is evidence, accepted by some eminent dental researchers…that there is negligible benefit from ingesting fluoride…”
    PMID: 9161076

    • yburket says:

      Thank you for your outstanding research. Too bad more dentists don’t read the literature instead of parroting that old saw “fluoride is good for your teeth”.

  2. Tovah says:

    Thank you for your comments I really appreciated reading your links. Unfortunately, too many people, just accept whatever governments and city authorities throw at them without question. Today we cannot be sure that the ‘powers that be’ really have our welfare at heart. Thank you for stopping by our blog. Tovah

  3. Hi you have a good website over here! Thanks for sharing this interesting information for us! If you keep up the good work I’ll visit your blog again. Thanks!

  4. You ‘re so ingenious! I don’t suppose Ive read anything like this before. So great to find somebody with some unique views on this subject. I like reading a post that will make people think. Also, thanks for allowing me to comment! If you have a moment please check out my website Oregon Strategist.

  5. dltothec says:

    I pretty much stopped reading after the first few paragraphs when you indicated that anything created in the lab is bad and anything from nature is good. I think all of the folks on warfarin would be thankful for prolonging their lives and preventing thromboembolic events.

    Anything can be toxic – it all depends on the dose.

    One of the pubmed papers above indicates the following:
    “The causes for the changed caries trend were seen on the one hand in improvements in attitudes towards oral health behaviour and, on the other hand, to the broader availability and application of preventive measures (F-salt, F-toothpastes, fissure sealants etc.). There is, however, still no definitive explanation for the current pattern and further analysis of future caries trends in the formerly fluoridated towns would therefore seem to be necessary.”

    The poster’s summary while convenient, does not actually echo the whole statement of the paper. Don’t have time to go through all of them, but I am pretty sure that there similar statements in the other journal articles. Mostly – correlation does not imply causation – there were other changes during the time frames of articles including progressively improving hygiene.

    So tired of the conspiracy theories re: medicine

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