I CAN'T keep the last 2 amalgams. as I said, they are deteriorating, acting like ticking time bombs. they are over 15 years old. sooner or later they will start to leak too. I can't afford another tooth breaking in my mouth spilling its content in my mouth. and risking needing extractions.
About baby food, no way I am NOT gonna to give that to the baby!
now the baby and me are sweating tons, (especially the neck area and under arms, my palms and my feet palms) and we smell horrible, heh! I can't escape from myself, lol.
Now I wash my underwears and hang them instead of putting them in the laundry.. they smell too horrible.
Tiredness improved a little :-)
next week I plan to go to the community pool. they have wet sauna. I will get inside it for the safe time for myself. about the baby I will try to find out how much time is safe. maybe 1 - 2 minutes? (if it isn't too hot for babies)
Thank God I am not pregnant right now. As the first tooth broke directly in my mouth DURING my pregnancy and I did treat that tooth (before I knew I was pregnant) suppose I had to leave that half tooth with the Amalgam keeping powering in my mouth during the pregnancy? sounds more dangerous than treating it, to cut that source off.
about the cilantro pesto, I gave the baby strained liquid of cilantro juice (with nothing else) just one tiny spoon. Because I read from mainstreamers of babies drinking vegetable juices include cilantro and it said to be a good thing to give to babies. I am looking on the baby's reaction.
I made cilantro pesto for my older son :-)
I tasted one myself. it tastes good. (but wouldn't eat it until finish with the last 2 teeth)I couldn't give it to my older son. he refuses this stuff. so maybe I will slip it in his chicken or in his pasta :-)
by the way Dr. Mercola's advice and Owen's advices feel right to me. My husband lose over 25 pounds by Dr. Mercola's diet. His best friend lost over 80 pounds... If Owen brings from people's experience that cilantro cleans body from mercury, then why not? its a gentle herb, not harash like all of other chelating medicines.