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 Natural Fluoride?

Answer 100 ml (3.5 fluid ounces) tea: 0.1-0.6 mg fluoride100 g (3.5 ounces) Canned sardines (with bones) : 0.2-0.4 mg fluoride100 g (3.5 ounces) Fish (without bones) : 0.01-0.17 mg fluoride100g (3.5 ounce... Read More »
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Why is calcium fluoride have a smaller boiling point then magnesium fluoride?

The calcium ion is larger than the magnesium ion and so the charge on it is less dense.This makes it less attracted to the fluoride ions
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How can I get fluoride out of my water?

How to Use a Fluoride Rinse?

Do you want to strengthen your teeth, then have a fluoride rinse. It is also recommended by doctors.
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Fluoride in Rat Poison?

Since the 1800s, fluoride has been a key component in rat poison and insecticides. When mixed into grain or other food, rats will readily consume the poison and die. This method was deemed to be pr... Read More »
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