Is Cutler better than IV EDTA? I have metals of every kind, from mercury, arsenic, cadmeum, lead, tungsten.... u name it!
I would deal with the mercury & lead first. There are two versions of EDTA, calcium & sodium. caEDTA has a high affinity for lead, but really both versions of EDTA are more attracted to lead than mercury. I would avoid them and use the DMSA which removes the two main toxcins of mercury and lead. Cutler is certainly a reveloutionary form of chelating therapy beyond doubt, but you do have other options as well. I would consider IV's the last resort if your unable to tolerate DMSA. DMPS oral could be a further option to explore but DMPS would have to be administered through a medical doctor. I would go with the DMSA first and see how you go. What dosage is the DMSA?.