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pOrN iS GoOD foR yOu guYZ trUsT mE


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I'm using Crystal Quest's Fluoride/Multi Cartridge in þeir "Undersink Single Water Filter System" (pic related). Not willing to fork over six hundred bucks to buy a fluoride meter yet, so until þen, I'll just hope it's doing its job. 

/late/ jannies kept deleting my fluorideposts, so I figured I'd bring 'em here. If you don't know þe scoop on fluoride, here's þe gist:

"The Impact of Fluoride on the Developing Brain" by Power of Prevention: 
[yewtu.be/watch?v=hI4kpvW760M]

1. It calcifies your pineal gland, rendering it relatively useless. If you didn't know already, þis is big, because þe pineal gland produces seratonin and melatonin. Seratonin is associated wiþ happiness, but stabilizes overall mood, cognition, learning, memory, and more. Of course, melatonin used to initiate sleep and align wiþ one's circadian rhyþm. Þose who are out of sync wiþ þeir circadian rhyþm (of which I am myself guilty) are much more likely to be unhappy and to experience þe whole range of mental disorders. Þroughout religion and spirituality, þe pineal gland is associated wiþ þe þird eye.

2. As a toxic substance, it harms brain development. Many studies have shown þat children whose water and baby formula was fluoridated as infants had lower IQ's compared to children whose water supply was non-fluoridated. (Some studies found from þe video's description: https://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/doi/10.1289/ehp.1104912, https://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/doi/10.1289/ehp655, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0160412019326145, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31743803/) 

Also heard about þe Berkey Go filter from Homefree123 on JewTube. Apparently, it'd serve a person on þe go for a solid 8 years. Mike Ma also has an interesting little list of government-&-self-tested fluoride concentration levels in food & store-bought water: mikema.club/fluoride/

So, what's your favorite fluoride filter, anon?
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>>1051 (OP) 
I'm lucky that I've always lived in places that don't fluoridate the water supply, or on property with a well. Still have to watch out for bottled water and coolers though.
What surprises me is how hostile some "people" get about the issue. It's always vaxtards (even pre covid) too who act like you're personally attacking them if you don't want to poison yourself.
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Is there a way to test the function of my pineal gland?
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>>1054
Þere have been studies where þe calcification of pineal glands has been measured, but I don't know how to accurately assess þe level on an individual scale, outside of intuition - which is someþing þe more spiritually inclined claim þat þe pineal gland is largely responsible for. Ways to quickly help decalcify þe gland include consuming apple cider vinegar, turmeric, and iodine, of which þe last seaweed is þe food most rich in. Þere's also a shamanic ritual involving "Rapé" root (real name, not a joke) þat purportedly decalcifies þe pineal gland.

I also didn't realize until just now researching it, þat a calcified pineal gland can possibly increase one's risk of Alzheimer's, schizophrenia, migraines, and kidney diseases, as well as vice versa. (Sauce: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5620462/)
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>>1051 (OP) 
>>1065
>þorn autism
>doesn't differentiate ðe voiced dental fricative
Probably you do ðis because your teeþ are fucked up so it all sounds the same.

>>1054
Try to contact Eris. If you get a noisy signal it's been calcified. Don't worry if you can't reach Her though-- She's probably just being a bitch.
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>>1141
>there are discordians on /fit/
does the negative effects of the fluoride in green tea outweigh the benefits of drinking it?
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>>1217
Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't it just the bag itself rather than the tea that's fluoridated? I also thought it's mostly just the big brands that did it. I could be wrong, but if I'm not the solution could simply be to use loose leaf tea.
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>>1218
Tea plant contains relatively HIGH amount of fluoride. Just like flax seeds contain relatively high amount of copper. I guess a solution would be to drink some kind of herbal infusion?
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>>1141
Why would I contact that stupid bitch when I can communicate with my waifu?
>>1219
It looks like Japanese teas are the way to go. Ito En and Takaokaya have relatively low amounts of fluoride due to less contaminated soil, apparently. 

Premium Chinese teas (particularly white teas) might be okay as well, if you don't mind paying exorbitant prices, and can find a seller. 
High quality teas can be amazing. I got a hold of a "designer" 
green tea that tasted like honey, but didn't have any honey in it. It worked out to about $12 a cup though, and that was years ago.
High floride concentrations in tea are mostly related to the soil, yes. It's mostly indian and african teas (N.B. most american and all british teas are indian) that have the problem, even cheap nasty japanese/chinese stuff should be fine.
Age of the leaf also has an impact. Matcha and chinese white teas should be baby leaves and therefore lower in concentration of flouride compared to other leaves from the same soil.
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>>1224
I don't have the source but iirc even jap/chink shit is high in fluoride. It didn't always use to be that way, it has increased with pollution and is only ever increasing.
I just found out about it by reading about good sources of trace minerals and for fluoride it said burger tap water and green tea were good sources.

Is green tea still healthy, or has it decreased in quality to the point where that's not longer really the case?
>>1051 (OP) 
>Calcified Pineal Gland.

I understand that fluoride is a bad fucking chemical to ingest, but where are there autopsy reports on people with calcified pineal glands? Something about this doesn't feel consistent to what may actually happen to a person's brain.
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>>1237
https://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/what-to-know-about-calcification-of-the-pineal-gland
https://archive.is/epULO
Best I can do with a lazy search at the moment. I'm sure there are autopsy reports, but results are being drowned out by "how to decalcify" articles. Search engines are heavily geared to newer results.
I think the best option might be books that at least touch on the topic from an alternative view.
Mainstream allopathic medicine doesn't deny calcification, just that it's a problem. Calcification is considered "normal".
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>>1244
OP here, and I doubt þat þere are autopsy reports on it. A decalcified pineal gland is just better for your mental functioning and intuition.
>>1141
Anglos stopped using 'eth' after deciding ðat 'eth' was unnecessary wið ðe existence of 'thorn,' while Iceland decided to incorporate 'eth' when ðey hadn't been using it before. Maybe I should try out using 'eth' ðough; Saint Patrick's Day wasn't too long ago.
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>>1352
SPEAK ENGLISH MOTHERFUCKER
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OP here... Switching out the fluoride filter I was using before, since it lasted but 5 months (marketed at lasting 9 months) before starting to taste like hose water. Going with https://truthaboutfluoride.com/water-filters-that-remove-fluoride/'s supposedly self-tested recommendation for "Home Master TMAFC Artesian Full Contact Reverse Osmosis System" in regards to a full undersink system, rather than their number one recommendation of a certain pitcher, which wouldn't run quickly enough for my family. It's supposed to last 2000-2500 gallons, or for about a year. I'll update you all if I don't die or otherwise lose this thread by then. Probably would be more useful to you all if I actually personally tested the levels, but that's what others' reviews are for, right?
   Also, an anon I know from a different website provided me with additional angles of fluoride's toxicity. I'll send this thread's link to him; hopefully he'll fill you guys in.
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>>1379
I've heard about that reviewer. Very nice anon, keep us posted
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