What is extracted from the ore cinnabar

Heavy metal rejection component

What quacks have to say about mercury

 

Mercury is the only metal that is liquid at room temperature and has always fascinated people with its high density - it is 13 times as heavy as water. If you shake a bottle with a small portion of mercury, you can get the impression that a living being is jumping around in this bottle. Due to its noble character, the silvery shimmering liquid can be obtained from the ore cinnabar by simply heating it in the air - the so-called roasting process - and was thus available earlier as less noble metals.

It has been used for the construction of thermometers and barometers since the beginning of modern times.

But it was already known in the Middle Ages and was recommended as a remedy for various diseases due to its impressive properties. The fact that traveling miracle healers like to use this beautiful poison at fairs probably gave them the name quack.

The most absurd story I've heard about this was that quacks recommended drinking liquid mercury to fight tapeworm infestation. The heavy metal swallowed should kill the tapeworm and free the host from its suffering. One can easily imagine that he was soon freed from all suffering in this world.

 

If you hear such hair-raising stories, you might be pleased that today the “elite of our society” are being trained to become capable doctors who should protect us from poisoning attacks by quacks.

But in fact, the vast majority of mercury still gets into our bodies today through the hands of doctors - partly as a preservative thimerosal for vaccinations, and for the most part still as a filling component for drilled, caries-afflicted teeth.

Amalgam is the generic term for alloys (metal mixtures) that contain mercury. Today, dental amalgam is silver amalgam, which in addition to silver and mercury also contains zinc, copper and the toxic metals tin and indium.

From the amalgam fillings in the mouth, mercury (but also other heavy metals) is released into the body - through hot, acidic or salty foods that dissolve mercury as ions or through abrasion when chewing. This process is significantly intensified if gold is added to the amalgam filling. Then mercury is the less noble metal than gold and increasingly goes into solution as an ion. Science calls this a battery - or, if the metals come into direct contact, a local element. Many people observe that new symptoms of the disease appear for the first time after the additional insertion of a gold crown.

Typical diseases or symptoms associated with mercury poisoning include:

Physically:

  • Allergies
  • Arthritis (juvenile / rheumatoid)
  • asthma
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • high blood pressure
  • Chronic fungal infections
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Chronic muscle weakness
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Candida Albicans (intestinal fungus)
  • Diabetes mellitus (all types)
  • Degenerative disease of the motor nervous system
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Pituitary dysfunction
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • sciatica
  • Food intolerance
  • Lupus erythromatosus
  • MCS (multiple chemical intolerance)
  • Addison's disease
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Bechterev's disease
  • Crohn's disease
  • Parkinson's disease
  • multiple sclerosis
  • osteoporosis
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Obesity
  • infertility

 

Mentally:

  • Anxiety disorders
  • ADHD
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Borderline syndrome
  • depressions
  • Developmental Disorders in Children
  • Learning disabilities
  • Anorexia / bulimia
  • Manic depression
  • Panic attacks
  • Psychoses
  • schizophrenia
  • sleep disorders
  • insomnia
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Underactive testicles

 

One or the other might wonder whether amalgam fillings can still be placed at all. The answer: yes in Germany. The precious metal processing industry (e.g. Evonik in Hanau and BASF) has strong lobbyists who have pushed back the amalgam ban that the European Commission has been trying to enforce for many years. Current state of development: It should be checked by 2020 whether dentists could do without amalgam from 2030, reported Merkur under the heading “Will amalgam fillings soon be banned?” On December 8th, 2016.

 

Some countries (e.g. Sweden) have now banned amalgam in the medical field at the national level. In Germany, however, every patient must continue to defend their health to the dentist.

 

Why amalgam fillings are the only fillings in Germany that are fully financed by statutory health insurances, we might not want to question.

 

Let us turn to the question of how to get rid of the poison before it kills us.

 

First of all, the obvious, but not necessarily the first step: The old fillings should be removed. However, it would make sense to look for a dentist who is knowledgeable in this area, who uses a cofferdam to protect the oral cavity against ingestion of filling parts and inhalation of vapors and also offers protection for the nose. Find out exactly beforehand. The statement “I use a powerful vacuum cleaner” is not convincing in my opinion. When removing the amalgam fillings with a drill that works at a speed of 40,000 rpm, the mercury-containing fragments of the old tooth filling fly through the mouth at high speed and with a maximum degree of dispersion, not to mention the poisonous mercury vapors produced during drilling out. Trying to catch these parts with a vacuum cleaner creates the image of an attempt to catch the bullets of a machine gun with a household vacuum cleaner.

 

When amalgam fillings are removed without protective measures, the body is supplied with about as much mercury as if the filling had remained in the mouth for 10 years, says the dentist Dr. Hartmut Sauer in his book "Safe Amalgam Removal".

Interestingly, the statutory health insurances do not pay the replacement of an amalgam filling to avoid further poisoning, but only if the filling is defective and has to be replaced anyway. And these fillings have one ‘advantage’: They last longer than all other materials, and possibly longer than the person in whose mouth they were placed. So talk to the dentist beforehand whether he recognizes and certifies the need to replace the filling. With the plastic or ceramic filling you will have to make an additional payment anyway if you do not have the appropriate additional insurance.

 

Mercury has no meaningful function in the human body, but in turn it disrupts the functionality of many systems in the body. Since it is easily soluble in fat, it is stored in adipose tissue and is not excreted via the kidneys or the intestines.

Some patients find that when they lose a few pounds, their symptoms get worse. This can be explained by the fact that heavy metals are then released and disrupt body functions in the places where they are newly deposited.

 

Substances are therefore required that bind the heavy metal ions and convert them into a water-soluble form so that they can then be excreted via the kidneys. We use dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA) and R-alpha lipoic acid, among others.

 

The heavy metals that are in the intestine are removed with ion exchangers such as zeolite and bentonite, which are administered orally and / or anally. By the way: only those who have not done enemas find enemies bad 😉

 

The essential (heavy) metals calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, molybdenum, manganese and selenium are also eliminated to a small extent during these processes. The respective substitution requirement is determined individually by me and the body is replenished on the basis of this requirement.

Then the healing can proceed more smoothly 🙂

 

Our heavy metal removal plan includes the following steps:

 

  1. Improvement of the functionality of the drainage organs through orthomolar medical supplements (6-12 weeks)
  2. Regeneration of the intestinal activity, possibly intestinal fungus therapy and development of the intestinal flora (possibly at the same time as the first step, otherwise another 6 weeks)
  3. The actual heavy metal removal with DMSA, alpha lipoic acid, other amino acids and ion exchangers (6-12 weeks)
  4. Reconstruction of the required mineral levels (manganese, iron, copper, chromium, ...) (partly together with the recovery plan)
  5. Proposal for a permanent orthomolar medical supplement to heal heavy metal damage

 

The entire discharge of heavy metals will take between four and eight months and, with advice and active ingredients, will cost around € 450 to € 650, depending on the duration of the treatment.