Flouride. You get it in toothpaste, some get it in their drinking water from the tap. There are two types of flouride. Naturally occuring and artificial flouride, or sodium hexafluorosilicate or hexafluorosilicic acid,
These compounds originate as side products from the processing (“defluorination”) of phosphate ores to prepare fertilizers, food additives, etc. Fluorides such as sodium fluoride (NaF), sodium monofluorophosphate (“SMFP” or “MFP”, Na2FPO3), tin(II) fluoride (“Stannous fluoride”, SnF2), and amine fluorides are common ingredients in toothpaste. Source.
Another take here:
Hydrofluosilic acid (H 2 SiF 6 ) and other fluorosilicates are not naturally occurring. They are waste products derived from the industrial manufacture of aluminium, zinc, uranium, aerosols, insecticides, fertilizers, plastics, lubricants and pharmaceuticals.
Professor Kaj Roholm , former Chief of the Toxicology Committee for the National Research Council the author of the first and most comprehensive monograph on fluorosilicates classifies hydrofluorosilic acid and hexafluorosilic acid as “extremely toxic.” One chemical company selling fluoride to water suppliers describes it as “a colourless to straw yellow, transparent, fuming, corrosive liquid with a pungent odour and irritating action on the skin.” Source.
The government claims it is ‘good for your teeth’ and ‘the benefits are proven’ (quite similar to the way they talk about Gardasil. Neither of these claims are true, but the MSM has recently begun a push to inject the image of mass fluoridation as a positive as “Health Secretary Alan Johnson is going to give the go-ahead for it to be added to water.” Continue reading