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Necessary fluoride absorption???

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by Mike David, Apr 25, 2019.

  1. Mike David

    Mike David Same name new person

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  2. Solidsilverteeth

    Solidsilverteeth New Member

    From your link...

    "Beneficial Health Effects

    Fluoride is an essential nutrient for the proper development of teeth and bones. Fluoride prevents tooth decay by inhibiting the production of acid by decay-causing bacteria and enhancing the....."

    I don't buy it myself. Sodium fluoride has more negatives than positives.

    Maybe a little in toothpaste and other things won't do too much harm, but I don't see why it should be in the water. And why is it in baby food they don't even have teeth.

    Have you seen how much fluoride is in tea?

    All tea leaf plants have an affinity for fluoride.

  3. Mike David

    Mike David Same name new person

    It’s really not about the toxins though that issue is there. You must go to the biophysics level to see how bad it really is. I’m super skeptical of anybody who says you need a little for good bone health. I think that’s complete bullshit. If you have a high redox and don’t take OTC medicine this is most likely a non issue. It has everything to do with the electrical potential in your cell water. Less electrical potential = lower redox=less info. Transfer= more info. Lost. Information transfer and conservation is more important than the energy part of the equation. That’s saying a hell of a lot. I just can’t wrap my head around the reason why it goes to the bone where it would be more difficult to get rid of. If we need it there than how exactly is it used once it’s there? I don’t see it. Why not just get the liver to remove it and piss it all out?
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  4. Mike David

    Mike David Same name new person

    DC electricity travels through bone in a semi conductive fashion. Maybe the fluoride is packed into the inside of the bone matrix to prevent the electrical current from making it into the bone matrix with possible catastrophic consequences.
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  5. Mike David

    Mike David Same name new person

    Does fluoride increase ubiquination marking?
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  6. Solidsilverteeth

    Solidsilverteeth New Member

    This is why I don’t drink any tea from the tea leaf plants.

    Green tea, back or white. Absolutely loaded with fluoride
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  7. Mike David

    Mike David Same name new person

    Water and red wine is what I mostly drink. The red wine took time to get used to. Sometimes when I know I’m going to get nailed by good sun that day I’ll go for a cup of coffee.
  8. Maybe tea plants would work as flouride accumulater to remove floride from garden soil
  9. KrusinWitchie

    KrusinWitchie New Member

    What do you mean the red wine took time to get used to?
  10. Mike David

    Mike David Same name new person

    Tasted like ass the first few times.
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  11. drezy

    drezy Gold

    Were you not a red wine drinker prior?
  12. Mike David

    Mike David Same name new person

    Nope. Never. I never really drank much. Always went for the green stuff for my dopamine hit.
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  13. drezy

    drezy Gold

    Red wine won't mess with your oxygen supply and should still deliver some "everything is alright" chill effect.
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  14. Bryan Anderson

    Bryan Anderson Bakayaker

    Dang SST, sure hope thats not true. Green teas off my list cuz COMT, but still recommend it to family as a liquid panacea of sorts.
  15. Isnt fluoride a naturally occurring trace mineral? I have never done much research on it but always believed that naturally occurring it is fine and beneficial for bones, teeth, etc. The problem we have is all of it being pumped into the water and dental treatments.
  16. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    I highly doubt fluorosilicic acid, sodium fluorosilicate, and sodium fluoride which are added to city water would be the type of fluoride if any found in non-industrial green tea.
    Last edited: May 2, 2019

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