TheChosenOne;58823 wrote: A lot of people have problems chelating out mercury themselves. Most mercury settles itself in the brain.
Do you have a source for this statement?
Another question: if mercury would really “settle itself in the brain”, then how can one reliably measure the amount of mercury in one’s body? From other posts in this forum, we know that such reliable measuremenst are possible, which means that mercury cannot somehow restrict itself to the brain.
Final question: even if mercury would restrict its presence to the brain, can the chelation chemicals pass the blood-brain barrier?