Detoxing Fluoride With Tamarind

Tamarind Drink

Tamarind is exceptionally useful in the relief of quite a few common conditions. It is used in hot countries, like India, to treat intestinal parasites.

Tamarind is reputed to ease stomach ache, improve digestion, and help with elimination. It is also used for fevers, sore throats, and sunstroke.

Tamarind also helps to improve:

  • Heart health
  • Weight loss
  • Reduce oxidative stress (protects against cell damage and premature ageing caused by free radicals)
  • Boosts immunity
  • Management of diabetes

It can also relieve the symptoms of inflammatory conditions such as rheumatism.

Most importantly, Tamarind helps the body to detox fluoride, a very poisonous neurological toxin.

***Fluoride, in most toothpastes, and some water supplies, facilitates a greater level of Aluminium absorption.

Hormone Disrupting Substances & Cures

Aluminium is notoriously difficult to detox owing to it’s preference for hiding in the brain.

Detoxing Fluoride With Tamarind

Fluoride displaces Calcium within our systems, facilitating concentrated deposits of Calcium within our bodies. Calcium accumulation is concentrated in the Pineal Gland where it causes calcification. As the Pineal Gland produces Melatonin, the hormone responsible for regulating our sleep cycles by inducing a state of sleep at night, as well as controlling the timing and release of female reproductive hormones, it is vitally important on a systemic level. Plus Melatonin is vitally important for reducing the risk of cancer. Dr. Klinghardt also states that Melatonin therapies can cure cancer.

Our Pineal Gland is also responsible for our muscle development.

Calcification of the Pineal Gland is also disastrous for our spiritual and mental development. The Pineal Gland is responsible for these things which is why it’s referred to as our third eye in Eastern Traditions.

When our pineal gland is active, we are superconductors, communicating from the energy world to the physical world in a beautiful continuous feedback loop. We are spiritually awakened, in communication with worlds beyond the five senses. We are connected to our higher selves, and in touch with our life’s purpose.

Essential Oils To Support Pineal Detox

A combination of Clove Bud Essential Oil, Myrrh Essential Oil and Geranium Essential Oil makes for a profoundly detoxifying and decalcifying blend for the uncluttering of our Pineal Gland.
I recommend using organic essential oils for this purpose, to be inhaled daily via the traditional steam inhilation method… i.e. towel over the head trapping the steam from a bowl of piping hot water with the above organic essential oils floating on the surface of the water… (2 drops of each should be sufficient).
This is a profoundly detoxing and neurologically anti-inflammatory blend, which is also, brilliant for wound healing…

Pineal Gland Decalcification Foods

There are a number of other foods which we can incorporate into our diets to help decalcify our Pineal Glands. These include:

  • Cacao
  • Iodine
  • Kelp
  • Klamath Lake Algae
  • MSM
  • Ormus
  • Purple Corn Extract
  • Shilajit
  • Turmeric

*See Boron below also.

Fluoride Is Neurotoxic

Fluoride is an extremely harmful neurotoxin, which has now been removed from a lot of the municipal water supplies in the UK.

Fluoride toxicity has been related to IQ deficiencies. It is because of it’s neurotoxic action that it interferes with our hormones and our sleep so savagely.

Fluoride displaces Iodine in the Thyroid because it is an Halide / Halogen.

***Chlorine and Bromides are an issue for Iodine displacement in the Thyroid. Plus Chlorine is a Xenoestrogen, which messes up our hormones at a systemic level, and Bromide is often used in the making of bread these days… which is another good reason to give up the wheat addiction!

It is also strongly associated with brittle bones, and bone breakages.

***Fluoride even has a connection with Acne :: the removal of Fluoride can lead to the spontaneous improvement in Acne symptoms.

If you have problems sleeping please read the following:

More info: Fluoride Research

Fluoride Is Still An Issue In The UK

Unfortunately, even though Fluoride was removed from much of the UK’s drinking water some time ago, just like the contraceptive pill and antibiotics, these compounds remain intact, even after ingestion and excretion. This means Fluoride, the contraceptive pill and antibiotics are simply being constantly recycled by all those who drink from the public water supply.

Obviously, there are quite a few other toxic components which continue to circulate also, such as herbicides, pesticides and other really noxious chemicals that make their way into the water supply from industrial farming. (Some of the gravest pollutants enter the water supply from intensively farmed livestock.)

But, sadly, there are far too many toxic substances in our water supply to mention here. And, the focus on Fluoride is particularly important, so I don’t want the point to be lost amid a welter of other information.

Environmental Pollutants

For other dangerous elements in our drinking water, read articles like Optimal Toxicity On Planet EarthHormone Health Part Two and Hormone Disrupting Substances & Cures so you can take the idea of filtering all of your water very seriously.

Other important articles include:

If, however, you don’t follow many of the links to suggsted additional reading, then still consider reading Hormone Disrupting Substances & Cures, as it provides a great overview to many of the other articles.

Fluoride Exposure

The chances of over-exposure to Fluoride is great because because of the residual Fluoride in water, and because most of the toothpaste sold in the UK also contains Fluoride.

Tamarind will detox the Liver, which is the first organ to cleanse after healing the gut, if you are serious about detoxing heavy metals from your system.

Tamarind Detox Drink

Make a warm or cold drink using Tamarind paste, which you will get from your local independent health food shop.

***Make sure the only ingredient in your Tamarind paste is Tamarind. This will mean you can avoid the various bulking and thickening agents some brands use in their Tamarind paste. If you use any of these then your Tamarind drink will not work, especially if you make it cold (thickening agents need to be heated to work), and your drink will taste unpleasant and will carry some negative side effects from the constituents which, I feel, should not be in the Tamarind paste in the first place.

Suma do a pure Tamarind paste, and is the one that I use.

Add a heap teaspoon of Tamarind paste to a cup or glass. Add warm water.

***Hot water can be used if preferred, but it’s important your water is nowhere near close to boiling.

Boiling water will destroy the healing properties of your Tamarind paste, thereby defeating the object of making the Tamarind Drink in the first place.

If you find this Tamarind drink a little too tart, then I recommend adding a little Pomegranate Molasses to sweeten it, especially if you have hormone issues. You could also add some of the prebiotic, insoluble fibre, Inulin, especially if you need help with weight loss or digestive health.

Sip gently over the process of a few minutes until finished.

Boron For Fluoride

3mg of Boron daily also helps to eliminate fluoride from the body. Fruit pectins, such as apple and grapefruit pectins are, in my opinion, the best binders to help eliminate toxins from our bodies. Binders, as the name suggests, bind to toxins in our bodies, thereby neutralising them ready for elimination.

I take a capsule of organic apple pectin (up to three a day), either when I juice, make a Tamarind Drink or Lemon & Cayenne Detox Drink, or supplement with minerals, such as Shilajit, (which contains Fulvic and Humic Acids that are mineral and carbon rich), as juicing and mineral supplementation help to detox heavy metals and other toxins.

When we mobilise toxins and heavy metals it is important to neutralise them, otherwise they may travel through our blood stream to other parts of the body where they can do more harm, particularly if they land in our brain.

Learn more about Shilajit in Gut Health. *Carbon is exceptionally important for digestive health.

Learn more about the dangers of mobilising toxins and heavy metals in Heavy Metal Toxicity & Hormone Health.

I hope you found this article helpful…

Please share it with those who you feel would benefit. (This is largely everyone as most of us are taking in Fluoride on a daily basis, and most of us have mineral deficiencies, especially Magnesium, and calcification issues also. Plus, a lot of us have severe sleep issues, which you now know are all related.) Thanks. ♥ ♥ ♥

One last word on Magnesium… according to the highly lauded neurosurgeon, Norman Shealy,

Every known illness is associated with a magnesium deficiency and it’s the missing cure to many diseases.

And, very importantly, Magnesium helps to regulate Calcium in our bodies, so it is helpful at eliminating the excess Calcium which accumulates in a Fluoridated body. Magnesium also helps to regulate Potassium and Sodium, and is vital for our cellular health…

Sources & Additional Reading:

Natural Society :: Research indicates that ingesting tamarind could help your body to detox fluoride, and subsequently helps to protect against skeletal fluorosis by enhancing excretion of fluoride.

Luke (1997): The Effect of Fluoride on the Physiology of the Pineal Gland (Excerpts)

A new concept for melatonin deficit: on pineal calcification and melatonin excretion

Degree of pineal calcification (DOC) is associated with polysomnographic sleep measures in primary insomnia patients


The information provided is not intended to replace the medical directives of your healthcare provider. This information is not meant for the diagnosis of health issues. If you are pregnant, have serious or multiple health concerns, consult with your healthcare provider before using essential oils or associated products. If you experience any complications or adverse reactions contact your healthcare provider.

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We use the industry ‘bible’ on essential oil safety: Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals [2nd Edition] by Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young, to establish the safety of the Wild As The Wind formulations.

We owe a particular debt to GreenMedInfo, and, of course, the teachings of Valerie Ann Worwood, Julia Lawless, Shirley Price and Patricia Davis.

Many of the scientific studies used to inform the claims made on this website are via GreenMedInfo, as well as via Dr. Josh Axe as well as, on the odd occasion, Dr. Eric Zielinski

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  1. Very well researched article that covers material that is not commonly known or even easily found. Excellent job.

    • Thanks Dano, I really appreciate your feedback, and I’m so glad you found the information helpful. Please share it with others if you feel it will be helpful. x

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