In the above chart, we break down the usage in drops of FBG.

* Drops per day is calculated by taking your daily recommended water use. example: 8 glasses of 8 oz. of water is 8 drops. Also adding in other drinks, coffee, tea, soada, etc. So we averaged it to be 21 drops per day.

Fluoride in Water

Fluoride is the only chemical added to drinking water for medicinal purposes. All other chemicals that are added to water are intended to treat the water by improving its quality and safety. Fluoride has no such effect on water.

Ninety-seven percent of western Europe has eliminated fluoride from drinking water because it mandates compulsory medication. Swallowing fluoride also has minimal benefit. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention note that fluoride's effect is delivered through topical application and not through ingestion.

A study from the February 2014 issue of The Scientific World Journal emphasizes fluoride works topically and should no longer be used the treated water. They call for its removal from American water systems due to the adverse side effects now linked to the chemical. Furthermore, they stated that there should no longer be a daily recommended dose for fluoride since its benefits are topically induced.

In 2014 Fluoride was Classified A Neurotoxin !!

There have been over 180 studies published since 2006 on the toxic effect of FLUORIDE on the brain and nervous system. It's NEUROTOXIC. Not to mention it lowers your IQ and affects your thyroid.

In 2014, FLUORIDE was documented as a neurotoxin that could be hazardous  to child development. Along with 10 other industrial chemicals, including lead, arsenic, toluene, and methylmercury. This information is in the National Library of Medicine.

On the heels of recent news that the fluoride in North American drinking water supplies is considered to be a neurotoxin according to a recent study in the top peer-review medical journal The Lancet, on par with some of the most notorious environmental toxins out there, many people are becoming more interested in the truth about fluoride.

Specifically, most people still do not know the difference between the naturally occurring calcium fluoride and other industrialized forms that are added to water supplies in North America (but not throughout most of Europe, and many other high-tech countries).

That’s because the term “fluoride” is often thrown around without making a distinction between these  substances.

There are three types of fluoride used to “fluoridate” water supplies: Fluorosilicic acid, sodium fluorosilicate and sodium fluoride.

Fluorosilicic acid is the type most often used for cost reasons, and it is derived from phosphate fertilizers according to the CDC’s website.

The other two are created by adding either table salt or caustic soda to the mix..

Problems with Fluoride

The American Dental Association notes that some people will have an allergic reaction to the fluoride in toothpaste. Contact dermatitis is a common reaction for someone with a fluoride allergy to get from using fluoridated toothpaste. If you think you have a toothpaste allergy because your tongue has strange reactions, talk to your doctor to determine if it is a fluoride allergy.

Read More: 10 Facts You Need to Know About Food Allergies

Fluoride ingestion has been associated with adverse health effects such as IQ deficits in children, depression, weight gain and heart disease. The study from the Scientific World Journal did a review of human studies from China, India, Iran and Mexico, finding that elevated levels of fluoride in children resulted in reduced performance and impaired development of intelligence. They also found that fluoride affects normal endocrine function, which may contribute to hypothyroidism or reduced activity of the thyroid gland.

The study from the Scientific World Journal looked into fluoride toxicity, which occurs when the bodily level reaches or exceeds 1.58 to 6.6 milligrams. The toxicity level for children is even lower at .9 to 3.6 milligrams and due to standardization in water fluoridation, children are more likely to experience fluoride toxicity.


Dr. Paul Connett, PhD, director of FAN, says of the scientific evidence:

“As of 2020 there have been 72 fluoride-IQ studies, of which 64 found a lower IQ among children with higher fluoride exposure. Many of the earlier studies were in places with elevated natural fluoride levels. There is now very strong evidence that fluoride damages both the fetal and infant brain at the levels used in artificially fluoridated areas.”

“You only have to read four studies to realize that deliberately adding fluoride to drinking water unnecessarily endangers children’s brains. Three* of these four studies were funded by the National Institutes of Health.”


The Four more Studies 

Fluoride In Prescription Drugs

If having it in our water, tea and coffee wasn’t bad enough, fluoride is also in our prescription drugs.

Fluorine is a common element added to drugs because it has the possibility of making medication more selective, increase its effectiveness, easier to administer and allows a molecule easier delivery to an active site in the body.

So to no surprise, 20-30% of all drugs sold contain fluoride, including some of the most well-known antidepressants and statins.


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