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Q: Stimulants ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Stimulants
Category: Health > Conditions and Diseases
Asked by: bullnbear29-ga
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Posted: 07 Jan 2004 07:23 PST
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Question ID: 294007
Is flouride in drinking water a stimulant?
Subject: Re: Stimulants
Answered By: robertskelton-ga on 09 Jan 2004 21:03 PST
Hi there,

The best anti-fluoride site is:

They do not mention fluoride as a stimulant, and almost certainly would if it was. 

They do mention that it is connected to:

hip fracture
alzheimers disease
reduced IQ

An abstract says:
"Fluoride, a G-protein stimulant, was used to bypass the ADP receptor"

...but this information does not appear anywhere else, and is probably
not connected with the real-world generic view of what a stimulant is.

The phrase "fluoride is a stimulant" does not appear anywhere online,
and I'd expect it to if it were true:

Sodium Fluoride is a by-product of making aluminium and nuclear
weapons. Initially they tried to get rid of it by using it as rat

"By the late 1930s, the many lawsuits against industries such as ALCOA
(the world's largest aluminum producer) were increasing and becoming a
problem. The growing cost of removing fluoride from public water
supplies was also problematic.

At this time, ALCOA was selling their unwanted waste by-product of
sodium fluoride as a rat poison and insecticide. However, ALCOA found
they had more waste product than they could sell. They needed another
market to rid themselves of the excess burden of this hazardous

Personally, I think that fluoride is a mild tranquilizer that makes
the populace blase, apathetic and accepting - quite the opposite of a

Search keywords:

fluoride "rat poison"
"fluoride is a stimulant"

Best wishes,
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