This shocking fact came to my attention the other evening, and it so profoundly impacted me that I went and flushed the rest of my loose tea down the toilet. Yes, really.
I’m having thyroid trouble. Stress is a big cause of this, but other things can only make it worse, but if you don’t know, how can you respond appropriately?
I’d heard before that a cup of tea can contain up to 7.8mg of fluoride. That’s quite a lot – it sounds like a lot. It’s only, however, when you pair that fact with this one that you see just HOW bad and how dangerous that is:
“Drinking a cup of tea with fluoride content as mentioned above (7.8mg) would mean a fluoride intake much higher(!) than amounts which were actually given as medication to treat hyperthyroidism (-> over-functioning thyroid) for numerous decades – in several countries – specifically to reduce thyroid activity! [(2 -10 mg NaF/day”] (Source)
So patients were given between 2mg and 10mg of sodium fluoride per day to reduce thyroid function deliberately. So a single cup of tea would put you in that bracket. One cup!
That doesn’t include the danger that your water is already fluoridated at the usual 1ppm, which adds up to 1mg/litre. Don’t forget that the NWO one-world-government has only your best interests and ‘well being’ at heart! That’s why the WHO says this:
Many communities worldwide lack sufficient natural fluoride in their drinking water to prevent caries. Because of the powerful benefits of the right amount of fluoride, water fluoridation programmes (Box 2) have been established in many countries since the 1930s when its ability to reduce dental caries was first recognized.
Box 2: What is a fluoridation programme?
A fluoridation programme is the artificial and controlled addition of a fluoride compound to a public water supply, in order to adjust its fluoride concentration to an optimal level for prevention of dental caries. The optimal level is usually around 1mg/litre. A fluoride-containing chemical is added to increase the total (raw water plus dosed) level to the pre-determined concentration. The chemical is chosen for its ability to dissolve in water, low cost and lack of undesirable side effects. Fluoride is odourless and tasteless, so there is no perceptible change to the water. The usual chemicals used for fluoridation are: hexafluorosilicic acid, disodium hexafluorosilicate or sodium fluoride. Fluoridation is carried out at water treatment works. A fluoridation programme requires good maintenance and a specially designed plant: fluoridation chemicals are corrosive in concentrated form and must be stored and handled according to safe working practices.
Water fluoridation in low fluoride-containing water supplies helps to maintain optimal dental tissue development and dental enamel resistance against caries attack during the entire life span. Fluoride in drinking water acts mainly through its retention in dental plaque and saliva. Frequent consumption of drinking water and products made with fluoridated water maintain intra-oral fluoride levels. People of all ages, including the elderly, benefit from community water fluoridation.” (source)
They want you to drink two litres of water a day, so straight off, you’re in the lower end of the medication range for reducing thyroid activity – 2mg/day. And this is before you even consider the neurological and skeletal issues that fluoride poses. This must make for a well and truly weakened population – is that the idea? This is FORCED MEDICATION!
And don’t forget (and like me, I bet you never knew) that this FORCED MEDICATION is also in milk and in salt in some countries!
Don’t drink tea – you owe it to yourself. Green is no better, by the way – I highly recommend reading the whole article here: Link and if you want to know more about flouridation and it’s effects, read some of the articles here: Link
God Bless you