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[–] Baconmon 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Just so people know, you can buy reverse-osmosis filters and install them under your kitchen sink.. You will have to replace filters every once in a while, but at least you will have 100% safe water.. Reverse-osmosis is pretty much the ultimate way to filter water.. It removes EVERY THING including fluoride..

Also, don't drink any bottled water unless it says some where on it: "filtered using reverse-osmosis".. And you might want to try avoiding fountain drinks at restaurants/fast-food places if possible.. Although I believe canned drinks like soda-pop etc are filtered at the plants that they are made in, so those should be safe to drink..

And of course stop putting fluoridated tooth-paste on your teeth.. Lot of people in the manhattan project were losing their teeth because of the insane levels of fluoride they were exposed to..

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[–] rail606 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago  (edited ago)

One thing you can do to greatly de-calcify your pineal gland from years of flouride build up is to get Nascent Iodine Drops. You take like 3 drops a day and it will help your body piss out the fluoride. Citric acid is also said to be great at de-calcifying. Do not drink tap water! This is 80% of your fluoride intake right here.

Just switching from tap water to RO is huge. Throw the iodine and citric acid in and within a week you will feel like a completely different person(in a good I can think clearer way.) It really does not take long to see the effects of no more/very little fluoride intake. Mix this with meditations that focus on the third eye(pinneal gland) and you will be little bit more aware and more intuitive every day. Listening to certain third eye opening frequencies while meditating greatly help as well.

Frequencies can have crazy effects on our bodies. This is why chanting works in eastern religion. Oooohhhmmmmmmm. The earth resonates at 432hz yet we tune modern music to 440hz at Joseph Goebbels suggestion lol. This causes disharmony with our environment. Comparison.

One more thing for those who have religion or god. Ask god for help in the de-calcification of you pineal gland. Pray for clarity pray to be unbound from the chemical suppression of our godly bodies. Asking for help from a higher power can do big things medically/internally.

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[–] piratse 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I'm sorry but this is homeopathy bullshit. Nascent is just iodine with a small charge, in the body it is no different than dietary iodine. I also have never seen any study that says it can remove calcium "build up" ESPECIALLY in the pineal gland. This is just hokum.

AGE is the only link in pineal glad calcification, and even then it's only effects a small amount of adults. There was a study in 1982 done on this. Young children with calcification likely have pineal neoplasm.

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[–] logical-explanation 2 points -1 points (+1|-2) ago 

You don't know what homeopathy is, never try to sound smart starting at full retard

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[–] rail606 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago  (edited ago)

Calcification is not a good thing. It is even possible to completely de-calcify through meditation, diet and exercise. Meditation is proven shit. No doctor will tell you its fake. Either is diet and working out. Get healthy bro it feels great.

Anyways if you want to keep drinking the governments koolaid and assuming they are your best friend haha go ahead.

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[–] bikergang_accountant 2 points 2 points (+4|-2) ago  (edited ago)

I started making my own water. It was quite a journey and as time goes on you find cheaper and more simple ways to do things. Till it's boringly simple.

My obsession is with mortality rate statistics. Lead, fluoride (possibly), and hypotonic water increase mortality rate. I live in an area referred to by statisticians interested in mortality rates as the "eastern death zone". It's really just the whole East Coast. Lead exposure is the presumed cause.

Anyways here is the recipe. You want water where you control every molecule of it (at least that was the goal I set for myself).

Get some reverse osmosis water from Walmart. They are now refillable. I used to use distilled. If using distilled find a brand that has low plastic taste as it can hang around a while. Walmart has so much turn over it's the best.

Now buy some plain seltzer (not from Walmart because shockingly they don't have that). Now take a mixture of Calcium Carbonate and Magnesium Hydroxide that you can get in pharmaceutical grade from Amazon. Now pre mix them into a powder with a ratio you'll have to figure out. You only need to do this but once a year. Now take 1/4 teaspoon and dissolve it in the carbonic acid (seltzer) and seal the cap. Refrigerate before and after. When it is clear it's ready to use. Add four ounces of water hardening concentrate to 1 gallon of water.

You will see from looking at mortality stats that the water hardness to mortality rate curve has just about no minima but obviously there is a limit. Controlling for other factors water hardness is a factor for mortality rate. Yes I'm very familiar with mortality stats and no, rural effects are not the answer as rural vs urban mortality stats are about the same, and also there are rural areas that can be compared some with hard water and some without.

Making a bottle of concentrate is a once every two weeks affair and is as easy as putting some powder into seltzer. And yes hard water beats out what would be expected from normal supplementation considering by the those standards nih suggests very soft water even though the mortality stats disagree. I don't blame them. They formed their recommendation with not entirely hairbrained assumptions and forgot that those stats are available to them (they published the stats as well).

tl;dr;

CaCO3 + Mg(OH)2 -> selzer -> reverse osmosed water / distilled water = water with no impurities and not hypotonic.

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[–] qwop [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Great writeup. Can you clarify one thing though which I wasn't able to fully decode from your text. Is hard water good or bad in the end?

My instinct would be that too much hard water can lead to calcification, and from there we enter a slippery slope of health problems, so I assume you only make it "hard enough" with your blend to not be hypotonic(?)

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[–] bikergang_accountant 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Hardened water is good. I greatly greatly dislike "health nuts" that categorize things as healthy or unhealthy and say that any healthy thing means more is better.

So rather than say hardened water is good I would say mortality data suggests water towards the hard side of what is available via municipal means in the US is the best.

What is sure is hypotonic water (pure water) is bad and I don't think I need a study to tell you super mineralized water is bad. I have some experience with over mineralizing though and you will pee like the dickens.

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[–] qwop [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Ok..I found a study which attempted to decode the correlation between water hardness and death from cardiovascular related problems. Even though mortality rates seem lower when water hardness increases, the correlation to which mineral(s) in the water that give this seemingly protective effect is not clear.

For example this paper says they found larger amounts of calcification in people who died from cardiovascular problems, but the correlation is not linear with water harness. Anyway it's a long paper, but the summary is that they managed to isolate magnesium as the protective mineral in the water.

So based on this study it's not necessarily hard water per se that is protective, but magnesium.

MAGNESIUM AND CERTAIN OTHER ELEMENTS AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
http://www.mgwater.com/certain.shtml

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[–] piratse 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

Okay... But what's the end game here? If flouride in water kills people, it's the worst poison ever. Because everyone is drinking it, and those that live a healthy lifestyle live a long time. Taking all this effort might add a year or two to your life, but it's not like you'll live forever. What's the point? Even drinking hard water in places BARELY moves the needle on average age of death, and you can't correlate the two at all. The studies literally point to like 100 people per 100k difference in heart disease. But there is also proof that it helps the teeth AND flouride is 100% natural in water. Obviously, you don't want a high level if you can help it. But it seems to be kind of a non issue.

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[–] bikergang_accountant 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Part of the point of using mortality rates is to remove the subjectivity from health decision just for the sake of that and to verify that your decision isn't completely out of wack. Maybe I only get two years on my life but I also get all the years of my life without doing guesswork chasing down health fads which when measured would have the opposite effect (cough, 400% vitamin d).

For that reason alone it is worth it. But it also helps that it is better than drinking pure distilled water or drinking municipal water that I have statistical evidence is killing people. Anything that kills you has stronger non-death effects. If there is enough lead in the water to kill you then it is enough to impair your mental health, permanently. We could end up with a mass mental health crisis over it. Each year the lead problem is worse than it ever was so we can't look to the past to say it's not a problem.

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[–] rail606 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago  (edited ago)

It calcifies your pineal gland. Which just happens to be in your brain. Do you want a lack of blood to a gland in your brain?

You ever watch when Clinton has one of her coughing fits and her campaign staffers try to hand her bottled water but she wont drink it? She waits until one of her inner circle staffers to grab her own water. It is because the rich will not touch fluoride.

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[–] Scablifter 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Its aluminium trisilicate, not fluoride. What is fluoride anyway/ My chemistry guru tells me there is no such thing, is she right?