hydrofluorosilicic acid


Top 4 Reasons Why Adding Medication to Water is Wrong

There are many reasons why medication of any kind should not and cannot be distributed through a water supply. Here are the top 4 reasons:

1) Everyone Receives a Different Dosage

By government mandate, Toronto Water adds a very precise dose of the medication hydrofluorosilicic acid (fluoride) to the water at around 0.6 ppm. However, depending on how much water you drink, this provides for a very large range of dosages especially over the span of a lifetime.

If I drink 4 litres of water per day and you drink 1 litre of water per day, that means that I am effectively consuming 4 times the amount of fluoride as you are each day. This is especially problematic for those who drink a large amount of water including firemen, diabetics, and athletes. Coupled with all of the other fluoride we ingest through sources such as beverages, foods, and … Read More »