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Hi Folks, I just found out that tea has huge amounts [...]

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Hi Folks,
I just found out that tea has huge amounts of fluoride in it. Tea is one of the few non-healthy things I ingest, but I had NO idea that it was more than caffeine that I was toxifying my body with. No more tea for me that isn't herbal. DANG!
WoW! Thanks Amanda... WoW
Monday 4 January 2016, 16:04:37
That it why I collect my herbs, try to grow my own food, forige for wild mushrooms and have been looking into edable weeds, also cuting back on salt, If you have not looked into Salt please do your resurch.
All the best
Monday 4 January 2016, 18:26:00
[deleted user]
really? I had no idea either. oh s**t I love my cup of builders tea throughout the day! x oh well time to give herbal tea a proper go.
Monday 4 January 2016, 20:33:25
distiled wather my friends
Monday 4 January 2016, 20:41:21
[deleted user]
Yes, Tea has Fluoride, often times water from deep wells does too. The only way to avoid it, if it's in your water, is distillation, preferably double or triple distilled. You can buy a nice, high-capacity distiller for a few hundred dollars US, which, depending on how much you drink, will pay for itself in a little more than a year, compared to drinking bottled. Try to find one that is self cleaning, and NO PLASTIC PARTS. Here's a source (no affiliation)
Monday 4 January 2016, 21:32:06
i found this... depends on how old the tea leaves.. they say. older tea leaves which are normally used in cheap tea bags are likely to content more fluoride...if you're interested in, please go to link.
Tuesday 5 January 2016, 07:07:08
Tuesday 5 January 2016, 07:07:14
flouride is in everything what is showered with flouridated wather. not just in tea
Tuesday 5 January 2016, 08:06:15
Thanks all for the information. I guess tea is especially prone because it absorbs so well. I just read my herbal tea ingredients and until I can get some real mint am opting for hot water w/lemon and honey.
Tuesday 5 January 2016, 10:00:08
[deleted user]
There are lots of different kinds of teas that fall into the "herbal" category. I've been drinking what is generally translated as "white monkey paw" tea for years. It's a green tea, harvested as the small growing tips, and it has an amazing uplift that isn't anything like a caffeine heavy tea, it's more like food. I also really like Blue Tea (Gynostemma Pentaphyllum or "Jiaogulan"), research this, it's amazing stuff. We grow lots of mint, picked fresh and put into hot water, it's better than anything you will ever find dried in a store. We also grow lots of German Chamomile, YUM! A couple slices of fresh ginger put in your hot water & lemon makes a great tea too. Speaking of, lemon balm is very good in these times, incredibly relaxing and calming. Can you tell I like tea? *sip*
Tuesday 5 January 2016, 14:40:23
sounds really good, se! amanda, i was thinking to suggest grow your own tea tree... i saw the youtube of the people in england growing their own tree....and i've been looking for how to grow....
Wednesday 6 January 2016, 01:48:21
Wednesday 6 January 2016, 01:49:49
Wednesday 6 January 2016, 01:50:51
and america!
Wednesday 6 January 2016, 01:51:16
Iceberg lettuce is chock full of fluoride cigarette tobacco is chock full of fluoride Lipton tea has GMO ingredients
Sunday 24 January 2016, 21:36:02
and its all just a litle tiny winy miny fraction of frequency which we can see and it depends to infinite frequency which we cant see which afects part that we do see. comon language......we know nothing at all. ITS NOT ABOUT KNOWING AND GAINING KNOLEDGE BECAUSE ITS INVENTED BY US. ITS ALL ABOUT PLAYING WITH NEW CREATIONS OF KNOLEDGE WHICH WE INVENT ALL THE TIME FOLKS. wacke up my beauties
Monday 25 January 2016, 20:36:22
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