Examining the Adverse Effects of Fluoride (part one)

The issue of forcing populations of people to consume unmeasured amounts of a toxic drug is, of course, abhorrent to our modern sensibilities. The most shocking thing, however, is that this is still happening in many municipalities across Canada and the U.S. today. I’m speaking of the addition of Hydrofluorosilic Acid (aka ‘fluoride’) to the municipal drinking water supply in many part of Canada and the U.S., as well as some parts of Europe. Even if such fluoride treatments offered the benefits that are claimed (which have been thoroughly disproven, by the way), there are many medical and legal reasons why it is a very poor idea to dose an entire population with a drug without the informed consent of each and every recipient.

Throughout this blog series, bear in mind that I’ll often interchange the terms “fluoride” with “hydrofluorosilic acid”, which are not exactly the same thing. The latter term is the industrial toxic by-product of the aluminum industry, which is what is added to the water supply in many municipalities. The former term is the natural form, which we actually receive from a natural diet, and is a healthy part of our bones. Part of how the issue of fluoride has been obscured is by the intentional confusion between these two terms, and taking the safety of the natural element fluoride, and insinuating that its industrial counter-part is equally safe, which it is not. I’ll often use the term “fluoride” throughout, but you’ll be able to tell by the context when I’m referring to “hydrofluorosilic acid”, the toxic form.

I will write about the range of these issues in a series of blog posts, and today I’ll start with one aspect of examining the toxicity of these fluoride treatments, as illustrated by the “proving” symptoms of fluoric acid in the homeopathic materia medica. A proving, as you may know, is the methodology by which a substance is ingested by a group of healthy individuals in order to meticulously observe and record its composite symptom picture, which can then be used to correctly identify when that given medicine can be prescribed curatively on the basis of the law of similars. An unintentional use of such proving data is that we can use it to illustrate the toxic effects of a given substance as used in the homeopathic materia medica, such as Mercurius, or Cannabis Indica. Such proving data illustrates both the state of mind, as well as the toxic physical symptoms of a disease which can be caused by a toxic substance.

Some of the key proving symptoms of fluoric acid are:

  • A state of mind which is :
    • predominantly materialistic, and preoccupied with sexual thoughts. [This may explain a big part of our pornographic culture].
    • Hurried.
    • Indifferent or disconnected.
  • Over-heated; desire for cool drinks or cool bathing.
  • Hair falling out
  • Discoloured or breaking teeth.
  • Teeth prone to cavitation.
  • Impotence.
  • Varicose veins.
  • Distortion or weakness of the nails.
  • Brittle bones.

 

So, this is certainly not a toxin that we would want to take on an individual basis, let alone to give to a whole population. In the following blog posts, I’ll continue to explore the various medical and legal issues of this bizarre practice of mass medication.

Do you know if there’s fluoride added in your municipality, and if so, how have you addressed it personally, as well as politically?

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