lead;57599 wrote: Well, I do have CRC and I definitely have problems with the lead levels in my body, so I can possibly attest to that.
raster: DMSA seems to be the most popular one for that. I, however, have used a different one called Penicillamine (named Cuprenil here where I live), but it seems to be problematic according to most people on the Internet and I’ve seen some studies suggesting that the DMSA does a better of job at chelating lead than Penicillamine and some others. I might put the study here.
But note that the DMSA has been reported to worsen neutropenia, hence aggravating problems with CRC. I for one do have neutropenia but luckily there are ways of alleviating it. I’ve seen some studies suggesting Vitamin E does the job and heard people claiming Arginine can do this as well (should be taken with Lysine for some reason). I’ve heard Echinacea and Ginseng help with neutropenia too.
Yes, DMSA is the best I know. I consider DMSA the most effective for mercury too. Better than oral DMPS, according to some authors. Neutropenia is the worse part.