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Jan 3, 2011 11:35 AM CST
Name: Lance Gardner
coastal plain Virginia
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It is truly amazing the number of ways and places unwelcome ingredients can be added in. I read all labels for anything that I or those in my charge consume, and anything that we come in contact with that has the information available. I avoid 'room deodorizers' because some of them use nerve deadeners - can't smell bad stuff if you can't smell at all. Flouride in toothpaste is another one that has a mixed review - most dentists adore the stuff, but many more natural oriented people have found out that much of it comes from chemical production by-products, and it is poisonous even in very small amounts, with known nerve toxin effects. A little bit of the stuff can go a long way, so I am very cautious of fluoride supplements. Certainly not something to use on a dog, or child that swallows instead of rinses out the mouth.
Thanks for the information. If it is any consolation, the amount in brushing a dog's teeth will not likely cause harm, as it is so little, but I am glad you found it and switched.
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