Fluoride, we brush our teeth with it. Its in our water supply in many areas. And we are told by dentists and governments alike that it is good for our health and our teeth.
So why is it also almost as toxic as arsenic ?
Fluoride is as hexafluorosilicic acid derived from an industrial process… It comes from the pollution scrubber liquor from factory chimneys Basically it’s a hazardous industrial waste that is illegal to dump at sea.
DENTAL FLUOROSIS is increasing significantly in areas with and without artificially fluoridated water. It is caused by over-exposure to fluorides from all sources, e.g. fluoridated water, fluoridated tooth-paste, mouth rinses, drops, tablets, gels, sealants and fluoridated school milk programmes. Fluorides are also found in foodstuffs, beverages (particularly tea), medicines, (e.g. Prozac), anaesthetics, pesticides, herbicides and in the polluted air we breathe.
Fluorides accumulate in the body.
“No essential function for fluoride has been proven in humans.
All is not lost however, there are non-fluoride toothpastes available on the market, I personally use Euthymol Original Toothpaste, its very fair to say it takes a bit of getting used as its taste is quite strong and unique (its not mint) and for a first time user it will most likely feel as though you lips are burning and about to catch fire.
Also it is bright pink and looks and smells a lot like Germaline (antiseptic cream), ironically Euthymol also has antiseptic properties just like Germaline which some people say helps reduce or get rid of mouth ulcers, all that said however once you get used to it, you will find the taste of normal mint toothpastes vile in comparison.
I have scoured the web looking for a decent price on Euthymol but have only found prices at £1.99 or above plus P&P and given that you can buy it in Superdrug and sometimes in Tesco’s for around £1.60 I cant give you a better link (my loss your gain)