Flouride free Kansas for safety and saving money.

It is illegal to medicate anyone with out a doctors prescription. I never gave a doctor permission to put a drug in my water, that is a crime.

There is no oversight as to what is being added to our water. Flouride is a toxic waste by-product from the aluminum and fertilizer industries.

“Respected Medical Professionals and Scientists are warning of long-term health consequences.”

“I would advise against fluoridation. Side-effects cannot be excluded.In Sweden, the emphasis nowadays is to keep the environment as clean as possible with regard to pharmacologically active and, thus, potentially toxic substances.”  – Dr. Arvid Carlsson, co-winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine (2000)


Our fluoride is being bought from China, with no oversight or regulation. China profits from our money purchasing their toxic waste.

The flouride is then administered into our public tap water.


We are paying for this Kansas, at what cost? We are loosing our health and hard earned money. No more mandatory flouridation not on my watch!

Kansas Health Foundation authorized more than $22.9 million in grants in 2012, says annual report. http://www.kansas.com/2013/04/30/2784119/kansas-health-foundation-authorized.html

Hundreds of brave dentists speak out against water  fluoridation

Learn more:  http://www.naturalnews.com/033845_dentists_water_fluoridation.html#ixzz2VNf1qccJ

Don’t drink the fluoridated water!

I use a filter with a .02 – .05 micron rating to filter out the toxic waste in our tap water. made in USA here locally. http://aquarain.com/





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