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UK Against Fluoridation

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Don’t use the tap water

Don’t use the tap
Some plants like your Easter lily can be sensitive to the treated water that flows from your tap. According to OSU researchers, Easter lilies, Dracena, Peace lilies, parlor palms, prayer plants, Freesia, and spider plants don’t like the special treatment. You might see the tips turn brown from the fluoride. Green and white plants such as the variegated spider plant are quite sensitive. Use rain water or water from the dehumidifier in your house. OSU scientists also recommend flushing the soil every six months with rain water or even bottled water to get rid of the fluoride and salt build-up.


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