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Message Subject IMPORTANT! - Fluoride Linked to #1 Cause of Death in New Research
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Boron was studied in other parts of the world with pronounced success for fluoride detoxification. Borox, which contains boron, has a history of anecdotal success for detoxifying sodium fluoride. Yes, this is the borox you can find in the laundry aisles of some supermarkets. It needs to be taken in with pure water in small quantities.

As little as 1/32 of a teaspoon to 1/4 of a teaspoon in one liter of water consumed in small quantities throughout the day is what has been demonstrated as safe and effective. Around 1/8 of a teaspoon with a pinch of pure sea salt in a liter consumed in small quantities daily has been reported to have dramatic results. There is the possibility of a food grade version with sodium borate, if you can find it.

Learn more: [link to www.naturalnews.com]
 Quoting: stillhere

Can 20 mule team Borax be used? I heard a lot of people use this, even though it isn't considered food grade.

If not, can anyone provide a link to food grade sodium borate?
 Quoting: Nobleone

"If you must try Boron, going for food grade sodium borate is better because the Borax/Borox is a massed produced chemical and though considered "pure" it will have low levels of contaminates from processing, and should only be used if it is all you can afford, in which case it it MUCH better than nothing."

Already covered a few posts back. Try reading all the posts to keep up.

I never used F.G. Sodium Borate (Borax) and you would probably do best to search those terms and locate a source yourself.

If you can afford to have food grade Borax shipped to you, you might as well go with Lugol's and the other high grade mineral cocktail I described previously. Iodide is superior to Boron for this application. Borax is also a hazard to skin and lungs.
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