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  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XII
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    • organism: these are fluorine and magnesium. In the — so to
    • speak — rarefied form in which they occur within us, both fluorine and
    • fluorine respectively; in this interplay, the forces of fluorine act
    • is concerned, by the activity of the plastic artist “fluorine,” and
    • magnesium or fluorine in suitable compounds.
    • fluorine and magnesium, that is an interaction in which the agents are
    • inserted into the external world. So fluorine comes from the external
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XVI
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    • suction? So long as they are able to do so, they suck in fluorine. Our
    • teeth suck in fluorine. They are instruments of suction for that
    • substance. Man needs fluorine in his organism in very minute amounts,
    • cleverness which almost destroys him. The fluorine dosage restores the
    • we are to be human beings. We require constant dosage with fluorine in
    • premature decay of the teeth, which is caused by fluorine action,
    • points to excessive demands on the process of fluorine suction. This
    • that the fluorine action should not go beyond a certain point and make
    • Under certain circumstances we have need of the action of fluorine, in
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XVII
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    • injuries. My remarks yesterday on the function of fluorine in the
    • This formative process of fluorine reaches its culminating point in a
    • the teeth; the fluorine becomes fixed here to the substance and is, as
    • process caused by the fluorine extending throughout the body, and yet
    • Now this question is before me: How is fluorine absorbed into the
    • Fluorine in itself is one of the formative processes of man and it is
    • process of everyday, by which substances containing various fluorine
    • nutrition, which distributes fluorine to the periphery in the
    • important to know that fluorine is much more widely distributed than
    • little is required by man. But the process of fluorine formation is
    • present in plants, even when fluorine itself is not chemically
    • Indeed fluorine is always present in water, even in our drinking
    • highly complicated process of fluorine absorption. In the customary
    • terminology of medicine, one may say that fluorine is carried to its
    • aspect of the fluorine workings. The constitution arising if the
    • fluorine. This is fluorine — not what the atomistic theorists
    • continuance of the process at the periphery is the essence of fluorine
    • working. But if the external fluorine workings are disturbed, then the
    • the whole organism to the absorption of fluorine. This is no longer a
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XX
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    • within of this process of fluorine formation which the whole organism
    • also needs. When the teeth cannot carry out their fluorine activity, a
    • substitute must be created for the process of fluorine in the
    • movement is inwardly connected with the utilisation of fluorine in the
    • fluorine in the human organism. So it will be necessary, in cases
  • Title: Curative Eurythmy: Lecture 7
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    • forces of fluorine. It is a process active every-where: in the teeth
  • Title: Anthro Medical Therapy: Lecture I
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    • example, that the human organism contains silica, fluorine,
    • with fluorine, for example. We cannot understand the entire
    • fluorine is an essential constituent of tooth enamel. It is
    • having no significance there. Fluorine is present in urine
  • Title: Anthro Medical Therapy: Lecture IX
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    • the forces of fluorine which round off. It is a process which
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture II: Natural Science Facing a Crucial Decision
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    • sulfur, phosphorus, fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine and so
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Lecture III
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    • example, by fluorine. The physiologist would say that
    • fluorine plays a part in the up-building of the teeth and is
    • also present in the urine. Fluorine, therefore, exists here
    • the fluorine is a positive one. The teeth could not develop
    • without fluorine. In urine, there is fluorine which has been
    • Magnesium, as well as fluorine, is necessary for the



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