- Fluorine works with calcium to form strong bones, tough tooth enamel, healthy hair and nails, and reinforce blood vessels.
- Fluorine acts as a disinfectant, germicide, antiseptic, anti parasitic, and antipyretic (effective against fever).
- Protects the spleen
- Preserves youthfulness
- Hair loss
- Kidney stones
- Dental cavities and weak bones
- Tumors in the liver, spleen, bones, or skin
- Deformed nails and ingrown toenails
- Congenital defects
- Partial or total blindness
Foods Rich in Fluorine
Avocados, black eyed peas, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, caraway seed, cauliflower, raw cheese, dates, egg yolk, endive, garlic, greens, juniper berries, lemon grass, licorice, mother's milk, New Zealand spinach, parsley, rye bran or meal, sea cabbage, sea lettuce, spinach, and tomatoes.
Side note: Many have heard of fluoridated water whether through a municipal water supply or purchasing "fluoride waters". This is typically an inorganic form of fluorine and not the safest way to get this mineral. Small doses may be "okay", but there are many warnings out about the danger of consuming too much fluoride. It's always better to get your fluorine through an organic/plant source such as fruits, vegetables, herbs, or even some dairy products.
Recipes that contain fluoride-rich foods.