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The Real Cause of Some Acne That No One is Telling You! Oily skin is not a disease it is a symptom!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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The Real Cause of Some Acne That No One is Telling You! Oily skin is not a disease it is a symptom!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Ready for it? It's Mercury Poisoning. It is a scientific fact that mercury is excreted by the skin. It is also a scientific fact that mercury is the most poisonous non-radioctive element. The main source of mercury is Dental Amalgams, those silver fillings, fish, vaccines and anything (supplements) that comes from the sea.

Mercury poisoning also causes:depression, chronic fatigue, autistic like symptoms,brain fog, excess salivation,bad breath,intestinal gas,


I had my 18 Amalgams removed almost three years ago and my oily skin has progressively become less oily to the point of being normal. And my Acne of 45 years duration has almost totally gone. 45 years of suffering because of the incompetance and evil of the medical profession with their love affair with mercury in Amalgams and vaccines which they still inject into pregnant women and children, now a criminal offense in some states.

Aluminum makes mercury 50 times more toxic. Your food is poisoned with thousands of other toxic chemicals which will also be excreted by your skin. Read Rokys Zero Diet Cure in the archives of curezone. I am sorry that eliminating toxic chemicals from your body is not easy but it took me 45 years to learn these truths.

Chocolate and probably carob are also toxic chemicals that will cause Acne in some people.

Roky
 

 
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