Monday, May 27, 2013

Kombucha is an F-bomb!

A fluoride bomb, that is.

Adding tea to your routine (or keeping it in your routine if it's already a part of your routine...) may be contributing to YOUR fluoride load!

Q:  Even my fluoride load?

A:  Yes, that includes you.

In an earlier article, I warned you all not to add lemon to your tea because it binds the aluminum in tea and makes it more absorbable.

Now, let's talk about fluoride.

Fluoride is a cumulative toxin - it builds up over time.  And fluoride is particularly attracted to the pineal gland, where it forms brain sand - corpora arenacea.  Some poor souls have been exposed to a lot of fluoride, over a period of many years.  And certain individuals are more sensitive to the effects of fluoride exposure than others.

And it seems to me that certain individuals interested in decalcifying their pineal gland, becoming Enlightened, or seeking Truth, for example, might want to minimize their fluoride exposure, and, dare I say, even seek out methods of removing what fluoride has accumulated in their bodies.

Kombucha is the most popular "health" drink in town.  You can probably find a special refrigerated shelf dedicated to kombucha at your local health foods store - at mine there is sometimes even a lady handing out free samples of the stuff. 

Kombucha, especially that which is bottled by GT, has many celebrity endorsements:

"Turbocharge your metabolism with kombucha."

- Dr. Oz

"It[GT's "Gingerade" kombucha]'s zingy and gives me a boost.  Who knows what it does, but I like it.  Just call me 'Zen' Roker."

- Al Roker of the Today Show

"Here are a few snacks to tide you over until dinner...A GT's Raw Organic Kombucha."

- Gwyneth Paltrow

Kombucha has been associated with Enlightenment, and with Zen (especially because of that "'Zen' Roker" quote).  But as I see it, nothing could be further from the truth.  Kombucha could be a real hindrance for those who are seeking Enlightenment. 

On this bottle of GT's Passionberry Bliss kombucha one sees a beautiful flower and the words:


You might think, from looking at the bottle, that drinking its contents would elevate you to heights of transcendent bliss, but I can assure you that is not the case.  Remember, we live in "opposite land" (quoting Andrew Norton Webber).  When the bottle says "Enlightened," it might be doublespeak.

On the reverse side of the bottle, "Words of Enlightenment" appear.  (It's different for each bottle)

Words of Enlightenment:

"As long as you act with a peaceful mind and intention then happiness shall follow you like a never-departing shadow."


Translation:  "As long as you drink this stuff all day long and practice 'being nice' you will remain Third-Eye blind and your pineal gland will remain dark - its thick fluoroapatite shell will keep it sealed and in never-departing shadow."

And as for the SYNERGY we see in big, capital letters at the top of the label - that is significant, too.

In my opinion, the fluoride in kombucha can synergize with other toxins that are likely already present in your body.  Mercury is the biggest culprit, but there's more than enough lead and aluminum to go around, as well.


           Hg                                                 +                                                F


[see post "SynerTox"]

At the end of the ingredients list on every bottle of GT's SYNERGY kombucha, it says, "...and 100% pure love."

How cute is that?


This article is not an anti-kombucha rag-fest.  I don't think kombucha is evil!

I have become a firm believer in lactofermented foods such as sauerkraut and raw liquid whey.   I'm open to the idea that tea is made less harmful through fermentation, as are many foods.  And I am very much open to the idea that some humans can tolerate a certain amount of fluoride - just as they can tolerate a certain amount of any toxin.  But to say that all kombucha is safe for all people in all situations is reckless and irresponsible.

Sally Fallon has published an article on the subject to alleviate any concerns that Weston A. Price Foundation fans might have about the fluoride in kombucha.  It didn't make me feel any better.

Her tests show the level of fluoride in the fluoridated tap water BEFORE it is filtered, after it is filtered, after the tea is steeped in that filtered water, and after the kombucha is made.  In the end, it turns out that Sally's cup of tea or kombucha made with filtered tap water has approximately the same amount of fluoride as the tap water before it was filtered.  Also, notice that the filtered water has a fluoride content only slightly less than the unfiltered tap water - 0.62 ppm instead of 0.86 ppm.  This is damning.  THE FILTER IS NOT REMOVING THE FLUORIDESally Fallon does not make note of this in her article.  On a good day, a high-end home reverse osmosis system will remove 85% of the fluoride, and even that is not "good enough."  This data demonstrates either that an inferior filter was used or that it was not "a good day" for that filter.

Fluoride in Tea and Kombucha

Tap water 0.86 ppm
Filtered water 0.62 ppm
Organic Black Tea 0.94 ppm
Kombucha 0.90 ppm
Testing by Soil Control Lab,
Watsonville, CA (831) 724-5422


Furthermore, Fallon's data is geared to give the very MOST CONSERVATIVE VALUE POSSIBLE for the organic black tea and kombucha fluoride levels.

She used organic black tea with the lowest fluoride content she could find.  Fallon is replicating a near-ideal situation.  She used safe tea in her experiment.

Fallon's kombucha article and her attempt at placating concerned readers has not proven that kombucha is safe - not by a long shot.  It has only proven that it is possible to make some not-THAT-toxic kombucha out of organic black tea.

The average level of water fluoridation in this country is 1.0 ppm.  So, perhaps the average WAPF reader reading Fallon's kombucha article might glance over it briefly, and think, "Oh, that's nice, kombucha has less fluoride than the average glass of tap water."

But a more critical reading of her article shows that she used tea with a very low fluoride content - what I would call an unusually low fluoride content.  Most tea has quite a lot more fluoride!

I like this graphic.  It clearly illustrates my point:

see also:

"Tea Intake Is A Risk Factor For Skeletal Fluorosis" - Michael Connett, Fluoride Action Network

A more critical reading of Fallon's article also shows that the filtered tap water has a fluoride level (0.62 ppm) almost equivalent to the intended fluoridation level (!) in some communities.  For example, the water supply in Corvallis, OR is currently being poisoned with fluoride at a level of 0.7 ppm. 

Chances are, (~70%) if you are in the United States, your tap water is fluoridated.  Filters don't remove it, and most tea is very high in fluoride.  Even organic tea still has significant (though much lower) fluoride accumulation in the leaves, and I think this may be a problem for certain individuals who are particularly sensitive to this toxin or have been chronically poisoned by fluoride.

Furthermore, organic certification is next to meaningless to a super-hardcore conspiracy theorist like me.

If Sally had selected another type of tea, it would probably have been grown intentionally with fluoridated water, which concentrates in the tea leaves more than in any other plant (!)

Most tea is not safe to drink. 

Kombucha should not be taken as a high-fluoride replacement for using fermented foods regularly in your diet!

Unfortunately, that is the way it is being used in this country.  The Standard American Diet contains ZERO raw, lactofermented foods.  People who have never had fermented foods before will take to them like a duck to water.  If the only fermented food they know is kombucha, and they sip it all day, they are in F- trouble.

So while I don't object to kombucha on principle, I object to the kombucha fad, and I object to full-grown men turning themselves into apathetic jellyfish by guzzling seven cups of the stuff every day.

Again, let me repeat: most tea is not safe to drink.  In my opinion, kombucha is a significant danger.

Some of you may object.  I have foreseen that.

I don't have a stack of research papers to refer to, but I do have two case studies:

There are individuals who have symptoms from ingesting fluoride.

1)  In the article "Q & A on Tea and Fluoride," Aliss Terpstra (one such individual) says,

"Hypersensitive and poisoned people cannot usually tolerate any beverage with more fluoride than 0.2 mg/L."

source: "Q & A on Tea and Fluoride" - Hartke is Online

(be sure to read commenter Ryan's remarks about his experience with red wine, fluoride pesticide and resultant hypothyroidism)

"In the United States, many vineyards use a fluoride pesticide called cryolite. As a result, the levels of fluoride in U.S. grape juice and wine (particularly white grape juice and white wine) are consistently elevated. Indeed, in 2005, the USDA reported that the average level of fluoride exceeded 2 ppm for both white wine and white grape. The levels of fluoride in red wine are also elevated (1 ppm), and so are raisins (2.3 ppm). If you buy grape juice and wine, or if you are a heavy consumer of raisins, buy organic."

(from Fluoride Action Network -

(also, the comments on "Q & A on Tea and Fluoride" by Sylvia Onusic, PhD were valuable):

Q:  Sylvia, what are the symptoms you are referring to from drinking tea?

A:  Fluoride ingestion [a.k.a. "DRINKING TEA"] has been related to fatigue, gastro esphogeal reflux, other digestive upsets, nausea, loss of appetite, headache, skin problems, depression, hypoactivity in adults (hyperactivity in children) and other issues. Some people experiences allergic-like symptoms, while for others, accumulation over years contributes to the development of skeletal fluorosis, hip fracture, gastritis, hypothyroidism or other conditions. Fluoride affects persons of all ages, including infants and children. 

Avoidance of fluoride is a good policy for improving health but involves educating oneself about sources of fluoride besides the obvious ones. I was surprised to hear that fluoride is the substance used in the air fresheners we so commonly place around the house.


We would do well to pay attention to fluoride-sensitive individuals.  They are our fluoride canaries.  If Aliss Terpstra says that she can tolerate certain types of tea while other types cause symptoms, then it stands to reason that certain other individuals might well be able to reasonably regard some teas as "unsafe."

Fluoride can also be a problem in other beverages.  Bones from feedlot animals often have accumulated large amounts of fluoride over the lifespan of the animal, and this leaches into the broth during cooking.  

Drinking copious amounts of bone broth (distinctly different from meat broth) is a good way to recover from arthritis, fluoride poisoning and many other health issues, but you have to be careful about where the bones come from - you have to buy pasture-raised animal products.

2) Another fluoride-sensitive individual, the author of The Cellulite Investigation, has demonstrated that she has symptoms (fluoroderma flares) when she drinks bone broth made from animals that were given fluoridated water, but not when she drinks bone broth made from pasture-raised animals.  

Read more here:

"A Bone Broth Breakthrough: Fluoride-Free, Finally!" - The Cellulite Investigation

Please recognize, folks, that your loving government (love-gov) treats you like a feedlot animal.  And the fluoride accumulates in human bone just as easily as it accumulates in animal bone. 

Fluoride: "a highly toxic bone poison that should be avoided at all costs."


Thursday, May 23, 2013

Never put salt in your Third Eye

Never put salt in your Third Eye.  (Never put fluoride in your mouth.)

"Halo-gens" are "salt-makers".

Fluoride calcifies the pineal gland; this is the main purpose of water fluoridation.

For those of you out there who "disagree" (not because of genuine opinion but because of programming and unconscious reflex) - you're "fucking morons*."

The Kids in the Hall has become one of my favorite comedy groups - they've even been called "the Canadian Monty Python" - but in the last few months I have come to realize (sadly) that they are probably Satanists.

A few of their sketches have overt references to Satanism, while very many others have hidden meanings and more subtle references to Satanism and/or "the occult," as it is called.

I plan to expand on this idea in future articles.

Not every KITH sketch has a hidden meaning, but chances are, if you feel like you "just don't get it," you don't.

For now, it will suffice to explain just one of their sketches.  I'm spoon-feeding you, people.

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"Never Put Salt In Your Eyes" - The Kids in the Hall

Scott Thompson: "There is a school of thought that fluoridation causes mental retardation..."

None of you deniers out there can deny that Scott really did say this line in the sketch "Never Put Salt In Your Eyes".  Maybe some of you will claim that his line is "not related" to Kevin repeatedly sprinkling salt in his eyes.  But you're making yourselves look like fools.  

This Kids in the Hall sketch could easily be called "the Dr. Strangelove sketch."

You see, skepticism is only healthy to a point.  I recently realized that there are probably millions of people around the country who talk with their psychotherapists (psycho-the-rapists) about conspiracy theories (more so this year than even last year) and many of these "the-rapists" are holding their patients back with their unhealthy skepticism.  Many "health care practitioners" are doing the same thing.

 "I'm no conspiracy theorist..."

[see his article "Are GMOs safe?" for the full version of Chris Kresser's cowardly conspiracy theory cop-out and my lengthy (and unanswered) response in the comments section]

Skepticism can be a good tool, but if it goes too far it can become unhealthy.  Unhealthy skepticism is doubting that you are under attack when there are arrows sticking out of your chest.


Many other articles on this site have already addressed the fluoride issue.  I know you did not read them.

Here are two of those articles:

"Developmental Fluoride Neurotoxicity: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis"

"Fluoride Deposition in the Aged Human Pineal Gland"


*the expression "fucking morons" comes from this KITH sketch:

"God" - The Kids in the Hall


Monday, May 13, 2013

"Cure Tooth Decay" with Ramiel Nagel and Sally Fallon

This is an excellent video.  It's long, but worth it.

Watch here.


- In an earlier post, I ragged on John Harvey Kellogg for his stance on circumcision/MGM.  I thought I might have to come back and write an entire article about how he also promoted whole grain cereals to suppress sex drive in the masses.  But it turns out that Sally Fallon has already beaten me to it and explained it all very neatly in one slide:

- Edward Mellanby regarded grain germ as being "baneful" for dental health!!!

- In an earlier post, I ragged on Dr. Mercola for his stance on cod liver oil, an excellent source of vitamins A, D and K2.

If lately you've married an ailing young wife, maybe you need some fermented cod liver oil.

"We have had dramatic cures of people who have hormonal problems, very long and debilitating menstrual periods, endometriosis, and fibroid tumors by getting them on very high doses of cod liver oil."

- Sally Fallon

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"Cod Liver Oil" - The Dubliners


I’m a young married man and I’m tired of me life
For lately I married an ailing young wife,
She does nothin' all day - only sits down and sigh
Sayin' "I wish to the Lord that I only could die."
Oh doctor, dear doctor, oh doctor De Jongh
Your cod liver oil is so pure and so strong
I’m afraid of my life, I’ll go down in the soil
If me wife don’t stop drinking your cod liver oil.

'Til a friend of me own came to see me one day
He told me my wife she was just pining away
But he afterwards told me that she would get strong
If I'd buy her a bottle from doctor De Jongh.

Oh doctor, dear doctor, oh doctor De Jongh
Your cod liver oil is so pure and so strong
I’m afraid of my life, I’ll go down in the soil
If me wife don’t stop drinking your cod liver oil.

I bought her a bottle, well just for to try
And the way that she drank it you'd swear she was dry
I bought her another, it went the same
And then she got cod liver oil on the brain.

Oh doctor, dear doctor, oh doctor De Jongh
Your cod liver oil is so pure and so strong
I’m afraid of my life, I’ll go down in the soil
If me wife don’t stop drinking your cod liver oil.

Me house it resembles a great doctor’s shop
Its covered in bottles from bottom to top
Well early the morning the kettle does boil
You would swear it was singing of cod liver oil.

Oh doctor, dear doctor, oh doctor De Jongh
Your cod liver oil is so pure and so strong
I’m afraid of my life, I’ll go down in the soil
If me wife don’t stop drinking your cod liver oil.

Do YOU have cod liver oil on the brain?

Dr. De Jongh says:  "Brown is best!"

Raw, fermented cod liver oil is the sauerkraut of the sea!

For a faster recovery, combine with fermented skate liver oil and a diet high in grass-fed butter (or consider trying this butter oil supplement if you don't like butter).

- This slide from Sally Fallon's presentation is key:

"Vitamin A stores are rapidly depleted by stress."

"The quickest way to deplete your body of vitamin A is to eat a high-protein, low fat diet."

"The darling of the modern dietician is the skinless chicken breast."

"Dr. Price brought people back from the brink of death by alternating drops of high-vitamin cod liver oil and high-vitamin butter oil under the tongue." 

"THE reason pesticides are toxic is because they interfere with vitamin A pathways."

"You can eat liver once a month and get the same amount of B6 and B12 as you can from eating red meat every meal."

- Sally Fallon

Do you suffer from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?  "Shell-shock" from severe PMS (a.k.a. PMSTSD)?  

Maybe YOU need some raw oysters, salmon sashimi or ceviche, raw milk, raw liquid whey or kefir, raw liver or raw egg yolks! 

"One of the key conditions associated with B6 deficiency is alcoholism.  If this is a problem in your family, you want to make sure you're getting lots of raw animal foods."

- Sally Fallon

Vitamin B6 is also important for having vivid dreams.  This is one reason I suspect that raw animal foods are essential for nourishing the human pineal gland.

Remember, the walrus has one of the largest pineal glands in nature.  The walrus spends most of his time eating raw clams and inflicting no pain in the process, since clams lack a central nervous system.

The Teeth Tell the Tale!

- This slide is critical:

If you walk into the average doctor's office today and receive results from a blood test showing that you have low vitamin D levels (which is now widely recognized as a risk factor for many diseases), it is likely that you will be given 50,000 IU of vitamin D2, or ergocalciferol.

Ergocalciferol, synthetic vitamin D2, is a compound that is made by irradiating fungus.  Cholecalciferol, (vitamin D3) whether you buy it, eat it or make it on your skin, is made by irradiating cholesterol, the mother of all hormones (and a micronutrient which I recommend you include in your diet).  Vitamin D3 itself is a hormone.  Vitamin D2 is the wrong hormone, because it causes




It is most likely that your individual doctor does not want your hard tissues to be soft and your soft tissues hard!  That is, your doctor probably doesn't want to hurt or kill you.  But I believe that your doctor is only a brick in the pyramid, and does not know how his role fits into the whole.


No, your doctor may not want your hard tissues soft and soft tissues hard, but I believe that the architects of the policy that is passed down to him have exactly this in mind.

In any case, there can be no doubt that is the effect of this policy, even if you don't believe that there is such a thing as malicious intent.

Pop quiz:  Does vitamin D2 contribute to pineal gland calcification (corpora arenacea - "brain sand")?


Also, please check out these articles, which Sally mentioned in her presentation:

Gout - Weston A. Price Foundation

The Invisible Toothbrush (vitamin C article) -  Weston A. Price Foundation


Thursday, May 9, 2013

"What Chemtrails Are Doing To Your Brain" with Russell Blaylock, M.D.

Watch here.


Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Running equations list, Vol. II

Do re mi ≈ Do me, Ra!

An Alchemist's month = 40 days

New World Order (conspiracy theory) = New World Order (as announced by George Sr. to the UN, 9/11/1990)

Well-being ≠ Wellbutrin

Chelation ≠ elation



Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Life to America! Bring back butter sauce!

Seth McFarlane (I like to call him "Bast") isn't the only one who can do a "Rock Lobster" parody.

For years he has demonized a safe and nutritious breakfast by serving it to a fat moron every single morning for breakfast in his popular cartoon.  Of course, bacon is the most nutritious of pork products and will never make you fat, and pasture-raised egg yolks are extraordinary brain food.  If you want to be slim and smart - the opposite of Petarded - then bacon and eggs is probably a pretty good breakfast for you.

Indeed, McFarlane's extremely successful show contains plenty of subtle and not-so-subtle programming intended to influence the unconscious consumer.  He touches on political movements like the tea party and issues such as gun control in such a way that cause the viewer to laugh their way into McFarlane's own camp without the slightest independent thought, effort or self-awareness.

In four lines, McFarlane's song "Iraq Lobster" sums up his nutritional agenda and plain New World Order sympathies:

Death to America
And butter sauce
Don't boil me
I'm still alive

Iraq Lobster!

Watch here.

Of course, grass-fed butter is the healthiest fat.

McFarlane even plays on the heart strings of his listeners, saying, "Don't boil me/I'm still alive"

It is not necessary to boil lobsters alive.  You can kill them first, and I strongly recommend it because it is more humane.

McFarlane wants the death of America, and he wants the death of the knowledge of healthy traditional fats like bacon, egg yolks, and butter.  Few artists have done more to demonize animal foods than McFarlane. (Actually, The Kids in the Hall and South Park have done a lot but that is a subject for another article...)

Long live national sovereignty!

Visit The Calm Canary Blog again soon for my mock podcast and "Rock Lobster" parody!


Friday, May 3, 2013

Barack Mobster!

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"Rock Lobster" - The B-52's

"Who knows where I'll be this time tomorrow night, Laura?  I could be helpin' out a town in trouble - I could be in Chicago, eatin' bacon and eggs with gangsters."*


This is your breakfast in Chicago with gangsters.**

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"Where are the ballots?"

Barack Mobster!!!  Down, down...


Coming soon to The Calm Canary Blog:  

Mock Podcast!


**Don't be afraid of bacon and eggs - even The Telegraph now reluctantly admits the meal is brain-food -

Of course, pork brains and eggs is an even better brain-food meal:

apple keeps  => eggs keep

"Three eggs a day keep the doctor away" - Chris Kresser

And if you want to keep ahead of the most recent anti-egg propaganda, see also:

"Choline and TMOA: Eggs Still Don't Cause Heart Disease" - Chris Kresser

"Egg yolks are a sacred food in China.  A woman who is pregnant and nursing in China, if she can afford it, eats up to ten eggs a day.  They are considered a brain food, and she eats ten eggs a day to make sure that her child will be intelligent."  
- Sally Fallon

(Joel Wallach recommends a similar diet for therapeutic purposes in the short term for recovering Alzheimer's patients - one dozen pasture-raised egg yolks per day)