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How Fluoride Kills
The Queensland Government  summarizes the toxicity
of Fluoride as follows:
“Acute fluoride poisoning is manifested by vomiting,
diarrhoea, abdominal pain, cyanosis, severe weakness,
dyspnoea (laboured breathing), muscle spasms, paresis and
paralyses, cardiovascular disorders including ventricular
fibrillation, convulsions, coma and death. Fluoride kills by
blocking normal cellular metabolism.
Fluoride inhibits enzymes, particularly metallo-enzymes
involved in essential processes, causing vital functions such
as the initiation and transmission of nerve impulses to
cease. The strong affinity of fluoride for calcium leads to