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Re: Amalgam Blocker Fluoride-Free Toothpaste

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Posted 29 June 2002 - 11:26 AM

I don't know a great deal about the chemistry of fluoride, but I
instinctively feel it might not be beneficial. I've recently started
using a fluoride-free amalgam blocker toothpaste from Germany. It has
a slightly strange flavour, but I find it really reduces the horrid
metallic taste in my mouth.

Sue



> > in response to:
> > Subject: fluoride toothpaste
> >
> > Could someone clarify for me the issue of whether fluoride
> toothpaste
> > is safe for our kids?
> >
> > flouride is not safe for anyone.
> > http://emporium.turn...PDHA/health.htm
> >
> > We have tried the " all
> > natural " toothpastes from the health food store but they are
pretty
> > nasty tasting.
> >
> >
>
> >

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Posted 03 July 2002 - 02:50 AM

Lindy,

I read about the toothpaste in this article:

http://www.positiveh.../crawford76.htm

I phoned the British distributor mentioned in the article,
http://www.bestcare-...gam_blocker.htm , and was able to
order with my credit card but you can't order online from these
people.

I've since found a couple of other places where it an be ordered
online, but they're both here in the UK:

http://www.meaningof...-toothpaste.htm

http://www.dentics.c...cts_amalgam.htm

The German company that manufactures the toothpaste has a website,
http://www.amalgam-blocker.com/. If you access this via a Google
search you'll have the option to translate the site into English
(after a fashion). It has information about the trial that was
carried out, and if you e-mail them they may be able to tell you if
there's a distributor near to you.

Sue



If you access the

> --Sue,
> Can this amalgam blocker toothpaste be bought online?
> I have a constant metallic taste in my mouth that I would LOVE to
get
> rid of!

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Posted 02 July 2002 - 05:20 PM

--Sue,
Can this amalgam blocker toothpaste be bought online?
I have a constant metallic taste in my mouth that I would LOVE to get
rid of!
Lindy
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In @y..., " susan_to_you_2002 " <sequential@b...> wrote:
>
>
> I don't know a great deal about the chemistry of fluoride, but I
> instinctively feel it might not be beneficial. I've recently
started
> using a fluoride-free amalgam blocker toothpaste from Germany. It
has
> a slightly strange flavour, but I find it really reduces the horrid
> metallic taste in my mouth.
>
> Sue
>
>
>
> > > in response to:
> > > Subject: fluoride toothpaste
> > >
> > > Could someone clarify for me the issue of whether fluoride
> > toothpaste
> > > is safe for our kids?
> > >
> > > flouride is not safe for anyone.
> > > http://emporium.turn...PDHA/health.htm
> > >
> > > We have tried the " all
> > > natural " toothpastes from the health food store but they are
> pretty
> > > nasty tasting.
> > >
> > >
> >
> > >



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