Is Fluoride Good or Bad? | How Fluoride Is Harmful

Is Fluoride Good or Bad For You? | How to Slowly Poison Someone

lady's big white smileMaybe the most deadly household poisons are not on a shelf in the garage or under the kitchen sink. In the circles I run in you probably won’t hear anybody ask the questions, “Is fluoride good or bad?”, or, “Is fluoride a poison?” Many of us have been looking into this for well over a decade.

One of the Most Deadly Household Poisons: FLUORIDE

You know what I would do if I wanted to figure out how to slowly poison someone, painlessly, and without getting myself thrown in jail? Like, seriously. Let’s say you’re sick of your children. You wish your wife hadn’t had them, but they are too big to fit back in to from whence they came, and every time you drive them out to the wilderness and drop them off, they always somehow find their way back. Crying that they are hungry and their feet are bleeding. Argh.

Where was I going with this? Oh yeah. How fluoride is harmful enough to kill children…

I am not making light of the very real abomination that is fluoride being deliberately put in toothpaste and drinking water, despite the fact that the “powers that be” are acutely aware that fluoride has been officially classified as a neurotoxin. I am driving home a point. If you wouldn’t give your child arsenic, you wouldn’t give him / her fluoride either, if you knew what it did.

Toothpaste and Tap Water.

Alright, so it would take a fair bit of both of these to kill even the smallest, sickly infant, depending on where you live and how tasty the toothpaste is. And also, I have never been certain that the bottled water is any better. But for the sake of this article, this scenario is going to have California tap water and Colgate Total with Triclosan (for larger, spunkier children).

Here is our article on why you shouldn’t drink unfiltered tap water, or certain bottled water brands.

Anyway, as I was saying, nobody is likely to die from a toothpaste overdose.

So Why Is Fluoride In Toothpaste?

By the way, I know that there is every kind of venomous toxicant one could even imagine in just about everything, everywhere, nowadays. It can scarcely be avoided. And there is fluoride in other things we consume as well. But today we are picking on toothpaste and tap water, okay? And maybe certain types of tea, if we have time…

Okay. So why is fluoride in toothpaste, even?

Because certain “powers” want it there. I’ll explain this in a bit, if you don’t know what I’m talking about.Fact: A lack of fluoride is not a cause of cavities.

A Disclaimer: 

Low concentrations of fluoride are actually naturally present in most water sources, including rain water (thanks, Wikipedia, I’m trusting you on this one), and there are small amounts of it in nearly all plants, everywhere. Also, there are substantial amounts of fluoride in tea leaves (increasing greatly as the leaves mature).

I am going to try, throughout this article to not be “conspiratorial”. If you want to go right into the dark nitty gritty about the horrors surrounding fluoridation, go to this website.

You will find this interesting, as well.

Does Fluoride Toothpaste Prevent Cavities?

I will get to how fluoride is harmful shortly, but first…

It has been said forever that fluoride fortifies the teeth against the acid caused by bacteria and sugars in the mouth. That it may harden enamel. Even though I haven’t used toothpaste in 37 years, and haven’t had a cavity in 20. And there are many other things I would blame for my teeth not being in perfect condition than not using toothpaste 3 times a day for all these years. But it has been found that even small amounts of fluoride do more harm than good to teeth. Larger amounts?

Very, very bad.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention puts fluoride on a very high pedestal, calling it “one of 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century”. Wow.

Being that they are a federal agency, them saying anything automatically makes me twitch with disbelief and think the exact opposite is probably true. But that’s me, and you can think whatever you choose to. But I would not tell you things that weren’t true.

fluoride tablets
Fluoride tablets for cavity prevention and the promotion of skeletal fluorosis and dumbness

So Is Fluoride Good or Bad?

I know this article has gone from “Fluoride is one of the most deadly household poisons on the planet”, and “Is fluoride a poison you should use to kill your kids”, to, “Fluoride is not really deadly”. But I’m not finished yet.

Okay, the fact of the matter is, I have found many integral sources passionately proclaiming a dizzying array of afflictions from cancer to brain damage caused from fluoride.

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The more sources I came across citing real medical and scientific data showing the horrors of what prolonged consumption of fluoride do to humans, the more my theory of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention being just another arm of the Marxist/globalist oligarchy rang certain.

They want you stupid, and over-fluoridating the things you consume and use is a nice, slow and sneaky way to do it, as they lie to you, telling you that it is, in fact, the greatest thing ever!

And that’s all I’ll say about that. For real, this time…fluoride officially classified as a neurotoxin

Don’t Kill Your Children.

It was just a bit of humor, to make a very serious point.

How Fluoride Is Harmful

Too much fluoride is not good, and here’s why and how fluoride is harmful (Read this article for a much more in-depth exploration):

  • weakens bones and teeth
  • has adverse effects on neurodevelopment in children
  • causes skeletal fluorosis
  • Nephrotoxicity (poisoning of the kidneys)
  • causes thyroid damage
  • fluoride is a documented neurotoxin. It causes brain damage!
  • May cause cancer (osteosarcoma), depending on whether you read bureaucratic government studies, or non-government scientific studies)
  • a few other things that I couldn’t 100% verify…

The Best Toothpaste Without Fluoride

I can’t truthfully say what would be the best toothpaste without fluoride based on personal experience, because I don’t use toothpaste.  But I did spend quite some time researching this, and based on reviews, price and the facts that I have gathered, this one is surely as good as anything else you will find.

The winner of The Best Toothpaste Without Fluoride Cup
also comes from the very integral and reputable PureFormulas store.

Silver Biotics Natural Whitening Toothpaste, Winter Mint

•Contains SilverSol®‚ Above-Sea Coral Calcium‚     Xylitol and Essential Oils
•Above-Sea Coral Calcium helps to clean‚ whiten   and re-mineralize your teeth
•Freshens your breath with essential oils for a natural‚ winter mint taste
•Probiotic friendly
•Made with natural ingredients
•Naturally promotes healthy teeth and gums up to 12 hours
•Use with our Tooth Gel to promote healthy teeth and gums all day
•Fluoride-free
•No BPA
•No parabens
•No harsh preservatives
•No synthetic colors
•No harmful sulfates
•No SLS
•No gluten
•Safe for Children

 

clearly filtered water pitcher
The Best Fluoride Filtration In Existence (there is a small handful that actually even work at all, according to tests).

 

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24 thoughts on “Is Fluoride Good or Bad? | How Fluoride Is Harmful”

  1. Certainly Fluorine is one of the topics that in recent years has had a growing diffusion on the network so that today only people who do not inform themselves can continue to believe the fallacies regarding this substance. Already in Nazi Germany, water was flourished in order to numb the minds of the population, something that is seen is to the liking of the rulers who are only interested in docile people and who follow their precepts at any cost.

    In any case, although it is an exciting topic on which you can find a lot of information, the solution of problems involves changing habits, and obviously using toothpaste free of this substance is something that I have been doing for years and what I give testimony.

    Undoubtedly there are other methods and formulas for oral hygiene that do not go through the use of toothpaste, however, it must be recognized that for those of us who are used to it, it is the easiest way to change habits, without changing habits.

    Thank you very much for this valuable information and your work.

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  2. I was astonished to learn that too much fluoride is harmful to my health. I had no idea it weakened bones and teeth, or that it is a known neurotoxin that causes brain damage. I believe it is prudent of me to begin utilizing fluoride-free toothpaste such as Hello Oral Care Fluoride-Free Antiplaque & Whitening Toothpaste.

    Excellent article.

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  3. Thank you for this post. It’s good to have a balanced opinion about what Flour is and what it’s not. I used toothpastes with flour for years as a child without knowing how harmful it could be. But also, knowing that in small amounts it’s beneficial makes the discussion interesting. I haven’t tried Hello toothpaste. I will check it out.

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  4. Its amazing what scientific facts come to light over the course of time isnt it? I mean, when i was a child at primary school, we used to have a dental nurse would come round the classroms on a regular basis with flouride mouthwash for us all to wash outr mouths with. Crazy when you think about it eh.

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  5. Very interesting article on the dangers of fluoride.  It is good to know that you have not used toothpaste in 37years and have had no cavities in 20 years.  The last time I asked my dental hygienist which toothpaste she recommended, she said any toothpaste that has fluoride.   

    Since you don’t use toothpaste, how do you maintain your dental health?

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    • I carry around a bottle of baking soda and water, which I sip on throughout the day. There are several reasons for it, including keeping heartburn away… but I also brush my teeth with baking soda, once in awhile, and have done that for about 37 years. 

      I think many “health care professionals” should be in prison.

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  6. This article is a little scary at first but thankfully it gets goofy and goes into detail about what the deal with fluoride really is.  Hopefully nobody is too freaked out!  Also, a lot of the top selling mouthwashes have fluoride in them, like Act.  I think almost any big brand mouthwash that says “cavity prevention” will have fluoride in it.  Just uh.. don’t swallow the mouthwash.  Bad idea.

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  7. Hi Craig. Very interesting article. I had no idea that fluoride is bad for health. Actually its shocking as whole my life I was told that its crucial to have it for healthy teeth. Looking on your article I will definitely try toothpaste without it, and Hello oral paste seems natural and safe. Looking forward to test it in practice.

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    • Thanks for the comment, Cogito. 

      To be honest, the toothpaste doesn’t have enough fluoride in it to likely do significant damage, as long as you don’t swallow it. I still wouldn’t use it, personally. But the real thing to be concerned about is your drinking water. You can buy filters that hook up to your tap for that, or some bottled water claims to be low in fluoride…

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  8. I would like to also mention a couple of things. Due to its neurotoxic effects, fluoride has the ability to interfere with brain functions. And it has been shown to allow increased absorption of aluminum in the brain, with the formation of beta-amyloid deposits, which are associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

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    • I reckon that would do it. 

      Have you been researching this for long, Ann? 

      Yes, there is some pretty solid evidence that it has neurotoxic effects. Especially on newly-developing brains.

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  9. I have a good friend who is a dentist who said to me years ago, that I should not use toothpaste with fluoride for the kids, because of the harm it does. It was also around the time that they wanted to put fluoride into the drinking water, in the area where I was living. That was thankfully thrown out. But until reading this post, I had actually forgotten, how dangerous fluoride is.

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  10. This is the most perfect example of the Bilderberg Group. Americans had a hard time selling their products to the World Community after the second world war because they put Hitler in power and backed him even after the war broke out. They invited world leaders to the Bilderberg Hotel for a convention, in which they invented ways to sell their products. Without scientific backup, this poison is STILL being added to water and dental products, (toothpaste advises, “Do not swallow”). Grab a bottled water bottle and take a sip. Almost NONE of it hits your teeth. So, WHY is it there?

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    • Thanks for the comment, John. I can almost understand why people generally don’t want to dig into some of this stuff. It is a deep, dark rabbit hole, and ignorance is bliss. I have resolved not to make this a forum for the deep dark stuff, as tempting as it is, but I’m also not going to bury or gloss over it.

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  11. Hi, I went through your post on how to slowly poison someone, and I found it very important and informative too. I must agree with you that fluoride is contained in most of the items we use at home and it also makes strong teeth. But on the other hand, too much of it can be very dangerous to our immune system. I thank you so much for sharing this amazing post. It shows that we have to be careful about the dosage we take of some things that can also be bad for our health. I will be sharing it further too.

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  12. I remember having my mom sign a form for me to use fluoride at school, yes. I brushed my teeth and rinses with fluoride at school. I hated it but it did keep my teeth healthy and I’m grateful know because I have good teeth. I did know there was some debate over it but i didn’t there was so much that went into it.

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