Vintage Bottle of Ant Poison Labels Fluoride As Deadly Poison
NOTE: And we now agree to drink sodium fluoride in our water to prevent tooth decay (not!) and to destroy our brains! Life is less stressful with no brain, I am told! --- PHB
What I purchased is a vintage bottle of ant poison which surprisingly had never been opened.
I would not want to consume the contents inside this vintage bottle of insecticide, nor would I ever want to use this product, but in reality we have all consumed the contents in this insecticide because the active ingredient is composed of 95% Sodium Fluoride.
If you are curious as to why Sodium Fluoride is the active ingredient in a vintage bottle of ant poison, the answer is simple: because it has patents for it.
Yes, Sodium Fluoride has patents for insecticides dating back to 1896 when Charles Henry HIGBEE patented the compounds of fluorine for the purpose of destroying insects.