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I am not a believer! It's just a theory at this point.
 
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I am not a believer! It's just a theory at this point.


Tobi says "2) The patient takes a mobilizer (cheleter) such sulfur"

The body can chelate naturally by using substances that are naturally occuring in foods and vitamins just as You mentioned. One of these is sulfur, there are others such as selenium and boron. My theory is that the body uses these to excrete the mercury out via all available avenues.

Tobi says "Out of my 200 bookmarks I don't have a single one were Dr.X claimed otherwise... do you?" Yes. It is my understanding that Dr. Huggins states that he has never seen a vegetarian recover from mercury poisoning. Possibly it is because the sulfur compounds in meat act as natural chelators.



Below is a quote from A C Hall, author of amlagam illness, his opinion is that ONLY ALA will remove mercury from the brain and he is against Chlorella and Cilantro.
Quote;
Many of the neurological cases don't improve all that much, and few are
completely cured. Most do improve at least some just from Amalgam removal.
I've certainly had a few of them discuss their problems with me - including
ones documented as complete cures in a couple of those papers you cite.

I don't claim nobody gets well who has mercury in the brain unless they use
LA - far from it! Many people actually get well enough just from amalgam
removal that they decide they are fine and stop there (or live in places with
more restrictive health care laws like Sweden where they have no choice).

I only claim that mercury remains in the brain unless you remove it with LA
(or some unknown similar agent, but DMPS and DMSA don't do it) and if you
have problems due solely to that mercury you won't get rid of them without
removing it.


I will on the other hand offer some caveats (that I do believe are true, I
am not weaseling) that may move us closer together.

I am sure at least a small number, and perhaps a significant number, of
people get well by just removing fillings.

Many people remove their fillings, do nothing else, and improve greatly.

Many people's bothersome symptoms aren't really mediated by the brain so it
may well not matter how much mercury remains there.

But I do stand by the statement that most detox protocols do NOT remove any
mercury from the brain, so to the extent that mercury causes psychiatric or
endocrine problems those will not be cured - and I have certainly seen a lot
of these people.
Unquote


From my personal experience I am doing a round of DMSA at 125mg (a significant dose at 135 lbs) of Thorne Captomer every 4 hours right now and I hardly feel any effects from it. When I did it 4 months ago I felt quite ill mentally (depressed) from it. In the last 4 months I have only done a few rounds and I attribute the difference due to my bodies naturally removing the mercury. Also I have felt a steady improvement in I how I feel over the last 4 months.

MY OPINION IS; You should allow the body to chelate naturally for a period of time of around 9 months after Amalgam removal IF YOU ARE MAKING STEADY IMPROVEMENT. Then if you chelate you will be less likely to move mercury from the body into the brain. Others have suggested using DMPS to first remove bodily mercury as they believe it doesn't cross the blood brain barrier.

If you are not making any improvement then your body is not chelating naturally. Then you should try chelating with supplements. Basically as Mr. Cooties said the idea is to avoid doing more harm.
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Tobi says "2) The patient takes a mobilizer (cheleter) such sulfur"

The body can chelate naturally by using substances that are naturally occuring in foods and vitamins just as You mentioned. One of these is sulfur, there are others such as selenium and boron. My theory is that the body uses these to excrete the mercury out via all available avenues.

Tobi says "Out of my 200 bookmarks I don't have a single one were Dr.X claimed otherwise... do you?" Yes. It is my understanding that Dr. Huggins states that he has never seen a vegetarian recover from mercury poisoning. Possibly it is because the sulfur compounds in meat act as natural chelators.



Below is a quote from A C Hall, author of amlagam illness, his opinion is that ONLY ALA will remove mercury from the brain and he is against Chlorella and Cilantro.
Quote;
Many of the neurological cases don't improve all that much, and few are
completely cured. Most do improve at least some just from Amalgam removal.
I've certainly had a few of them discuss their problems with me - including
ones documented as complete cures in a couple of those papers you cite.

I don't claim nobody gets well who has mercury in the brain unless they use
LA - far from it! Many people actually get well enough just from amalgam
removal that they decide they are fine and stop there (or live in places with
more restrictive health care laws like Sweden where they have no choice).

I only claim that mercury remains in the brain unless you remove it with LA
(or some unknown similar agent, but DMPS and DMSA don't do it) and if you
have problems due solely to that mercury you won't get rid of them without
removing it.


I will on the other hand offer some caveats (that I do believe are true, I
am not weaseling) that may move us closer together.

I am sure at least a small number, and perhaps a significant number, of
people get well by just removing fillings.

Many people remove their fillings, do nothing else, and improve greatly.

Many people's bothersome symptoms aren't really mediated by the brain so it
may well not matter how much mercury remains there.

But I do stand by the statement that most detox protocols do NOT remove any
mercury from the brain, so to the extent that mercury causes psychiatric or
endocrine problems those will not be cured - and I have certainly seen a lot
of these people.
Unquote


From my personal experience I am doing a round of DMSA at 125mg (a significant dose at 135 lbs) of Thorne Captomer every 4 hours right now and I hardly feel any effects from it. When I did it 4 months ago I felt quite ill mentally (depressed) from it. In the last 4 months I have only done a few rounds and I attribute the difference due to my bodies naturally removing the mercury. Also I have felt a steady improvement in I how I feel over the last 4 months.

MY OPINION IS; You should allow the body to chelate naturally for a period of time of around 9 months after amalgam removal IF YOU ARE MAKING STEADY IMPROVEMENT. Then if you chelate you will be less likely to move mercury from the body into the brain.

If you are not making any improvement then your body is not chelating naturally. Then you should try chelating with supplements. Basically as Owen said the idea is to avoid doing more harm.
 

 
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