A equally important question is: Why did the rodent cross the road?A: To get to the other side – The rodent side.
This explanation about what is fluoride – is from a Health and Human Services report 378 pages long; available for download at the bottom of the post.
Sodium fluoride is an ingredient in many dental care products and rodenticides.
Since it is not the only component in these products, they cannot properly be considered trade names or synonyms. Some of these products are:
Floridine, Antibulit, Cavi-trol, Chemifluor, Credo, Duraphat, F1-tabs, Florocid, Flozenges, Fluoral, Fluorident,Fluorigard, Fluorineed, Fluorinse, Fluoritab, Fluorocid, Fluor-o-kote, Fluorol, Fluoros, Flura, Flura drops, Flura-gel, Flura-Loz, Flurcare, Flursol, Fungo1 B, Gel II, Gelution, Gleem, Iradicav, Karidium, Karigel, Kari-rinse, Lea-Cov, Lemoflur, Luride, Luride Lozi-tabs, Luride-SF, Nafeen, Nafpak, Na Frinse, Nufluor, Ossalin, Ossin, Osteofluor, Pediaflor, Pedident, Pennwhite, Pergantene, Phos-flur, Point Two, Predent, Rafluor, Rescue Squad, Roach salt, So-flo, Stay-flo, Studafluor, Super-dent, T-fluoride, Thera-flur, Thera-Flur-N, Villiaumite, and Zymafluor.
Download the full HHS Report Fluoride HHS report