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Re: MUST READ - Be careful when you start chelation!!! by Parasite Slayer ..... Chelation Therapy Support Forum

Date:   3/15/2016 2:00:59 AM ( 6 years ago ago)
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I had a similar experience. I know that roller-coaster feeling of mercury dump. I wouldn't wish it on anyone. Liver Flushing helped me a lot back then. One thing I wish I had known about at that time was coffee enemas. A wealth of information is available on Curezone and the internet. A coffee enema is almost as good as a liver flush, and you can do coffee enema every day...even more than once a day, if you can tolerate it. coffee enemas clean your liver and help you dump toxic bile. Read up on them. I recommend using dark roast organic coffee. An inexpensive brand from your local grocery is okay, as long it is organic.

Then there is magnesium. Use magnesium oil externally. You can also put magnesium oil in a dropper bottle and put drops in drinking water. You can put magnesium oil drops in tonic water (its supposed to help with absorption). So far, I've taken 21 drops in one dose with no ill effects. I also like magnesium gluconate capsules.

Selenium (yeast based) helps with mercury.

I had all of the symptoms of copper imbalance too. Copper toxicity has similar symptoms to mercury poisoning. coffee enemas help tremendously with this. Zinc is needed also to balance copper levels. I recommend zinc carnosine.

Vitamin C can help. But I only recommend liposomal vitamin C made from natural ingredients.

You mentioned adrenal support in your post. I tired adrenal cortex, but it made me so anxious I couldn't take it. I was just prescribed thyroid medicine last week. It has made a huge difference. Read up on thyroid. I you have thyroid symptoms, it may be worth asking a doctor.

And finally, don't believe the lunatics on Curezone will tell you to take massive does of Lugol's Iodine to chelate mercury. It will only make you worse.


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