Dacryocystitis: Inflammation of the lacrimal sac causing obstruction of the tube draining tears into the nose
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It is really quite simple. FLUORIDE, as in dental products, fluoridated water, and tea, is an IRRITANT, that can create caustic hydrogen fluoride in the bladder. It is also a poison that overburdens kidneys and causes or worsens inflammatory diseases. A symptom of kidney toxicity is frequent &/or copious urination. A little over 15% of the population is like me and shouldn’t use fluoride at all, not even tap water to brush our teeth. Almost 15% has kidney disease and should avoid fluoride. Close to 10% with diabetes and another 10% with thyroid disorders should avoid fluoride because of its hormonal effect. That’s 50% of the population off the top who should NOT DRINK FLUORIDATED WATER. It’s a bear. I even have to avoid high water products like lettuce and grapes because I just prefer life without kidney and liver pain, frequent urination, dry gums, and arthritis..... all of which went away after DECADES of pain when I got really strict about fluoride last summer. IMHO: Boards of Health deserve their own circle of hell for their promotion of fluoridation. Brush your teeth with it if you want, but do NOT poison me or my family! See: http://fluoridealert.org/wp-content/uploads/brockovich-iom.april-27.2015.pdf
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