One thing to keep in mind is that chelation has a lot of dangers, so be sure to do your research before proceeding with a chelation protocol.
Also if you get your fillings removed, you should do it with someone who can put the plastic tooth colored fillings in, and who are certified in removing mercury fillings. They need a special wall thing and sucker thing to remove them safely (weird tube device similar to what scuba divers use).
Chelation is dangerous if you start sticking yourself with IV’s and taking massive chelator doses. It moves the HG more around than it removes, so a consistant low dose the the best option that I’ve seen. More thiols —> more HG mobilized. More removed also but a lot more side effects from being mobilized.
Taking them at the half life ensures the roughly same amount of mercury is mobilized which a good portion of is bound to the chelators (which is why a lot of people including me feel better while taking them) with little to no redistribution during the round. At this point the mercury starts leaving with the chelators slowly. When there aren’t any more thiol bonds to pull on the mercury and it resettles in the body. Usually when your worn out after a few days/weeks of chelating and need to stop.
If you get the fillings removed, do not do them all at once. This will create a large dose at the same time to your body (so space them out with 1-2 fillings every week or two). Additionally, do not remove them unless they are already damaged. If they are completely sealed and are in perfect condition, not very much mercury will be released into the body. You might have to wait for chelation (this is why I am doing) until they are damaged. Don’t go out of your way to do something that has risks.
Not true. Amalgam is an alloy. Its a mixture of metals. The HG isn’t bound to anything. They are never sealed, grinding on them releases mercury, hot liquids (possibly, I forgot a good portion of my thermodynamics class; it depends on the element), and other stressors can remove the mercury. There is no “perfect seal”. Once its out almost all of it goes down into your body. Best time to get them out is now. Do find a dentist with a dental dam though & other safety things. It will make your life 100x easier. I don’t know why you would ever wait unless financially you can’t afford it. The benefits are worth more than any of the risks.
I know someone is going to say cilantro. There is proof it works, and it might cross the BBB. No one has isolated what exactly does the chelating in the cilantro so use caution if you want to use it. I have heard some bad stories and good stories from it.
Candida overgrowth is a very common and highly documented symtom of mercury poisoning. Get rid of the mercury and the candida goes away.(This is if you actually have mercury poisoning which a good portion, I want to say most if not all, of people w/ amalgam do have. If it isn’t chelation won’t do anything for you because mercury isn’t your problem.)