The fluoride that is added to drinking water and toothpaste has been lowering children’s IQ levels if consumed in quantities of 2 parts per million or greater. The most popular toothpaste brands on the market have a fluoride concentration level of 1,000 to 1,500 parts per million. Maybe this is why toothpaste has a poison control label warning that if the product is swallowed you should seek medical assistance.
Although toothpaste is not designed to be eaten, we have all witnessed children and teens consuming it as though it were candy. Sublingual administration of medication is when you keep a liquid under your tongue and your body absorbs it through the sublingual veins into the bloodstream. Is this why we are told to brush our teeth twice daily for 3 minutes at a time to get a full dose of the neurotoxic agent called fluoride?
The (EPA) Environmental Pollution Agency has set safety level of fluoride in drinking water at 2-4 parts per million which include most all bottled waters. The (HHS) Health and Human Services readjusted those numbers lowering the level of fluoride in drinking water to .7 parts per million. In the past 5 years there have been over 35 studies concluding that fluoride in levels as low as 2 parts per million can result in developmental disabilities as reflected in the lowering of children’s IQ’s.