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Borax; increased fluoride excretion
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Borax; increased fluoride excretion

Studies Show Boron Removes Fluoride From The Body
Marcovitch and Stanley[4] initiated studies in 1942 on identifying antidotes for fluorine. Their evidence revealed that boric acid, a compound derived from boron, had value as an antidote because it combined with fluoride to form a fluoborate that could be excreted in urine.
J. Elsair and his fellow researchers noted in their study that boron increased urinary fluoride excretion.[5] Zhou and his colleagues[6] showed borax, a commercial supply of boron, increased urinary fluoride excretion. They experimented with doses of 300 mg/day for 15 days, 600 mg/day for 15 days, 900 mg/day for 45 days and 1100 mg/day for 15 days. Their best results came with the 1100mg/day dosage and this came with no harm to liver or kidney function.

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