Monday, November 05, 2012

Drink this!

Drink this,
it’s good for you!

The American Dental Association and Wichitans for Healthy Teeth, keep calling me and telling me this.

It makes me very unhappy.

I don’t want to have Sodium Fluorosilicate or Sodium Silicofluoride or any other toxin added to my drinking and bathing water.  I don’t want my garden plants to be soaking up this toxin to grow in my vegetables.  I don’t want the birdies to which I give water to drink this either.

The ADA and the Witch-itans for toxic waste keep trying to convince the people that fluoridating the water is something that this good for us all and for the children.  They want us to believe that the warning labels that the FDA requires on toothpaste containers is unnecessary and that families should not be made to be overly concerned about fluoride ingestion of their little ones.

Add it to the water and drink it!  It is good for your teeth!

(It is bad for the environment, but don’t concern yourself about that.  It is a regulated toxic substance, but that should not concern you regarding the water that YOU and your CHILDREN drink.)

“Vote YES for fluoride!” they say.

They call people who warn against fluoride as a dangerous toxin LIARS.

But what about the labels that the companies who make and sell and distribute this stuff say?

Check out what Darwin Chemical says at Sodium Silicofluoride 99% technical Grade.

And see what Orca Chemicals says on their Safety Data Sheet.

And let’s see what Solvay Fluorides, LLC says on their Material Safety Data Sheet.

Shall we select and highlight the Darwin Chemical’s product description?

(Note what the listed applications are.)

Sodium Silicofluoride 99% technical Grade
Sodium Silicofluoride 99% min Technical Grade

Catalog Number:      Q137

     Sodium Silicofluoride, also called Sodium Fluorosilicate, is a white, odorless, tasteless, free-flowing powder.

CAS Number:

Application:      This material is used in a wide range of applications such as: fluoridation, laundry soaps, opalescent glass, vitreous enamel frits, metallurgy (aluminum and beryllium), insecticides and rodenticides, chemical intermediate, glue, leather and wood preservative, moth repellent and manufacture of pure silicone.

Technical Data:      Loss on drying at 105ºC 0.30 max
     Assay (on dry basis) 99.0 min
     Free acid content (based on HCL) 0.10 max
     Water insoluble matter content: 0.40 max
     Heavy metal content (based on Pb) 0.02 max
     Iron content (Fe) 0.02 max
     Particle size (based on 250um sieve) 90 min

Packaging & Handling:
      Packed in 25 Kg or 40 Kg bags.

     This product may be fatal if inhaled or swallowed. Irritation to the eyes, nose, throat, and skin can result from contact with this product.

Carefully read MSDS before using this product.

Remarks:      DOT Shipping Classification Class 6.1 (Keep away from food)
DOT Shipping name Sodium Fluorosilicate
UN 2674
Packing Group III
Label Keep away from food

Two items especially grab my attention:

     This product may be fatal if inhaled or swallowed. Irritation to the eyes, nose, throat, and skin can result from contact with this product.

     Keep away from food

But the Witch-itans for Healthy Teeth say, “Add to the drinking water.  It’s safe!

Who is calling whom a Liar?

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