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Re: Arsenic? Mercury? Formaldehyde? hmm, filtering urine!! very creative :-)
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Re: Arsenic? Mercury? Formaldehyde? hmm, filtering urine!! very creative :-)

Really good reasoning, James, pretty much what i'd been musing over, but hadn't taken the time to clarify yet in my own mind, much less articualate, so, thanks.

And just following along on that note -in answer to the original poster-

it seems that if there are metals (present) and testing in the urine,
putting them back in, in the form of UT might be just the 'push' the body needs to
re-cognize these as the "toxins" we see them as being; if it is as James is postulating, then maybe UT practised according to the "Universal remedy" ( i.e. more homeopathically) might actually be a stronger curative than regular consumption.
(like say, drinking ounces, or even pure drops)

Just a thought...

I'm on about the fourth day of this new adventure. Just collecting my thoughts to post some sort of journal of what's been happening. But I would think that UT could only help the body with removing more of these heavy metals. Now I'm curious... as usual.

If I come with anything on this subject, I'll post it.


Obviously, it would be good to remove the sources of these metals, and not keep re-introducing them, in their gross forms. (not talking about the UT) If Amalgams are the problem, well, you know what the sxperts all say... And for general and somewaht gentle chelating, cilantro is really good. I eat lots of it, and love it >> I still have several fillings that need removing.


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