Fluoride – Poison Prescriptions
When your doc writes a prescription, there’s a 33% chance it’ll have fluoride in it-fluoride that’s concentrated to a fare-thee-well for impact. Ah, yes, there’s nothing like concentrated poison to make things better.
How, pray tell, would taking poison improve anything? How indeed. In fact, these prescriptions do damage, big time damage. For instance, ruptured tendons that never heal. Joint pain. Heart palpitations. Neuropathies. Seizures. I could go on.
Also, we have lots of evidence pointing to a strong relationship between these meds and autoimmune diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis.
Fluoride aids viruses
And still the beat goes on! Colitis. C-difficile. Candida storms. Hepatitis. Pneumonia. Adding to the merriment, it turns out that fluoride gives aid and comfort to any viruses and bacteria that get into our systems!
In case that’s not enough bad news, fluoride is very aging, both inside and out.
Sometimes symptoms show up early on, sometimes long after the med is all but a memory, but show up they do. And sometimes they stay.
Serious illness, let alone permanent disability or a lifetime illness, is a mighty high price to pay to fix a simple urinary tract infection.
Fluoride and thyroid
So, let’s talk about this.
For starters, fluoride is death on the thyroid gland.
Let’s look at some major players in the prescription travesty. Most antibiotic prescriptions written nowadays are for those loaded with fluoroquinolone, including Cipro, Levaquin, Floxin and Avelox.
The package insert even says you’re risking neuropathies, tendon damage, etc. by taking these drugs. Tis a pity nobody, including doctors, reads the inserts. It could save a lot of misery.
But sometimes you don’t know what you’re getting. Gulf War soldiers received Cipro to protect them from anthrax, which may or may not have been necessary; now they deal with candida, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and Gulf War Syndrome. The symptoms of Gulf War Syndrome mirror those of fluoroquinolone poisoning, but medicine works hard to keep that information from going public.
FDA and Big Pharma
The FDA, Big Pharma and doctors are in denial. Show up with proof your symptoms are related to something your doc prescribed, and you may well get the old heave-ho.
So, what to do?
First, avoid fluoride-based meds. If you absolutely have to take an antibiotic, how about penicillin? It doesn’t have nearly the side-effect risk of the bad guys. Better yet, learn natural ways to deal with health problems. It doesn’t take antibiotics to clear up a urinary tract infection.
Don’t take antidepressants, another big source of fluoride. They poison you just fine, but they neglect to do what they’re supposed to do: Get rid of depression. Diet, vitamins and minerals are the name of that game.
Certainly avoid fluoridated water, toothpaste and everything else that has fluoride in it. Forget the bogus studies about how they protect your teeth and bones because, in fact, they do just the opposite. Did you know dentists working in areas with fluoridated water make more money than those who don’t?
If you’re fighting health issues, and there’s Cipro (or one of the others) in your history, you might look up an attorney interested in getting compensation for you. It shouldn’t take more than a quick on-line search.
Finally, keep hope alive by knowing that some doctors are working on solutions for acute fluoride poisoning. It turns out the answers are natural, not pharmaceutical. No surprise there.
God is good,
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P.S. Bette Dowdell is not a doctor, nor does she purport to be She’s a patient who’s been studying and successfully handling her own endocrine problems for more than 30 years. She offers introductory teleseminars and an in-depth 12-month subscription program, “Moving to Health” about living well with endocrine issues. She explains how things work-or don’t, discusses what things to avoid as well as the things that help, and she provides a lot of well-researched nutritional information. Subscribe to her free e-zine at Information is power.