The fluoride you find in most U.S. drinking water comes from adding a fluorine compound, usually sodium fluoride, sodium fluorosilicate or fluorosilicic acid. Both fluoride and fluorine are toxic to humans, and aren’t just found in public water, but also in products made with that water, including soda, reconstituted fruit juices, beer, wine and yes, prescription medications.
Fluorination in general facilitates the passage of certain drugs through the blood-brain barrier, interfering with human DNA and making most antibiotics and at least one third of all prescription medications exponentially more powerful, while bringing with that “power” extremely dangerous side effects that can last a lifetime. Fluorination of pharmaceutical drugs allows those chemical medicines to enter otherwise impermeable cells, creating a level of toxicity rarely, if ever, considered or discussed by medical doctors with their patients.
A certain class of fluorinated antibiotics called fluoroquinolone were once removed from the market for causing…
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