Exposure to fluoride has been pervasive. Even if one’s drinking water is not fluoridated, salt, and even milk, are often fluoridated. Of course, fluoride is also found in many dental and medical products, not just toothpaste but also bonding agents and even restoration materials. It is also used in food packaging so the odds of never having been exposed are quite low.
Fluoride is poisonous, even at one part per million, it is toxic. It causes fluorosis and calcification, especially of the pineal gland but also in other parts of the body. The herbs in this formula have all exhibited the capacity to reduce calcification. Two of the herbs are tropical fruits: tamarind and haritaki, one of the ingredients in the famous Triphala formula. The third is chanca piedra, Spanish for “stone breaker”. Besides breaking up stones, it is hepatoprotective, something we need after exposure to toxins since the liver takes the brunt of toxicity.
Use gradually over a period of two months, starting with very small doses and increasing if there are no signs of discomfort. It can be combined with our Tulsi Tea or Hibiscus Tea as well as Triphala.