Fluoride From Toxic ash threatens Iceland animals

Prisonplanet.com Comment: It’s good for you in your food and water though.

BBC
April 20, 2010

Farmers in southern Iceland have been racing to protect their animals from being poisoned by volcanic dust.

The animals are at risk of fluoride poisoning if they inhale or ingest the ash, leading to internal bleeding, long-term bone damage and teeth loss.

[…]

“The risk is of fluoride poisoning if they breathe or eat too much,” Berglind Hilmarsdottir, a dairy farmer from Nupur, told the AP news agency through a protective white dust mask.

The fluoride in the ash creates acid in the animals’ stomachs, corroding the intestines and causing haemorrhages.

It also binds with calcium in the blood stream and after heavy exposure over a period of days makes bones frail, even causing teeth to crumble.

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One Response to Fluoride From Toxic ash threatens Iceland animals

  1. anon says:

    FluoRIDE? or FluoRINE – the latter being a “naturally existing” element- hence it being on the periodic table. fluoRIDE is a waste by-product of the chemical fertilizer / aluminum industry – Its just “stuff” with fluorine particles bound to it. How interesting that the safety of fluoride has been under siege recently, and now this disinfo…

    by the way…
    The first occurrence of fluoridated drinking water on Earth was found in the Nazi prison camps, and the Soviets openly admitted to “Using the fluoride in the water supplies in their concentration camps, to make the prisoners stupid, docile, and subservient.”

    “stupid, docile, and subservient” – Remind you of anyone? [everyone?]

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