Tea (rec.drink.tea) Discussion relating to tea, the world's second most consumed beverage (after water), made by infusing or boiling the leaves of the tea plant (C. sinensis or close relatives) in water.

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Old 25-11-2003, 04:22 PM
Tom in Joisey
 
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Default anyone know sources for low fluoride tea?

I wanted to reduce fluoride since I drink alot of tea. I fear that I
may be heading towards fluoride toxicity with the amount of tea that I
drink. A low fuoride tea might help.

thanks


tom



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Old 27-11-2003, 04:27 PM
rachel
 
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Default anyone know sources for low fluoride tea?

Tom in Joisey wrote in message . ..
I wanted to reduce fluoride since I drink alot of tea. I fear that I
may be heading towards fluoride toxicity with the amount of tea that I
drink. A low fuoride tea might help.

thanks


tom


Not gonna ask why, but you can start by using non-fluoridated water (I
don't think the fluoride boils out)...
however, I drink probably close to 2 liters of tea most days, & no
sign of fluoride toxicity yet!

('fluoride' is a funny looking word, isn't it?)

Rachel
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Old 27-11-2003, 07:26 PM
David M. Harris
 
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Default anyone know sources for low fluoride tea?

rachel wrote:
Tom in Joisey wrote in message . ..

I wanted to reduce fluoride since I drink alot of tea. I fear that I
may be heading towards fluoride toxicity with the amount of tea that I
drink. A low fuoride tea might help.

thanks


tom



Not gonna ask why, but you can start by using non-fluoridated water (I
don't think the fluoride boils out)...
however, I drink probably close to 2 liters of tea most days, & no
sign of fluoride toxicity yet!

('fluoride' is a funny looking word, isn't it?)

Rachel


Some people are allergic to fluoride, and it isn't a well-established
syndrome for doctors. I know someone whose daughters are both allergic,
and she got branded a John Birch nut for years for insisting that
fluoridated water was the problem.

dmh



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