Re: Theos-World Spiritual Initiatives: Chemicals in Daily Life
Nov 01, 2005 07:43 AM
That fluoride is not beneficial to grown up teech is new to me.
Thanks for the information.
Does having plastic teeth make any difference to taste?
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> Thanks! A pleasant message for a change. Not attacking any body. I
> last here.
> When I was a small boy in the first grade, the teachers taught us to
> salt, and 1/2 baking soda to make tooth paste. The first commercial
> prepration was powder that came in a can. Flouride paste benefits only
> growing teeth, but has a very bad effect on adults, contributing to
> altheimers disease, and the other diseases of the old.
> I am lucky in that way, I have had all plastic teeth since 1946, and
> avoided most of the exposure to flouride.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "saidevo" <saidevo@y...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Friday, October 28, 2005 8:01 AM
> Subject: Theos-World Spiritual Initiatives: Chemicals in Daily Life
> > Gone are the days when as a boy I used a toothpowder that my
> > grandfather gave me. Made from a mixture of burnt paddy husk,
> > salt, lemon juice and clove oil, it was heavenly, and kept
> > my teeth sparkling white.
> > Today, I won't settle for anything less than a fluoride-based
> > toothpaste. Companies making gel-based toothpaste compete with
> > those making fluoride-based toothpaste. Each company claims
> > its own product to be superior to the other's. And the same
> > company makes both kinds of toothpastes, to be on the safe side!
> > Truth decays in the spate of advertisements, and my teeth are
> > far from sparkling white, but they at least remain.
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