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Akasha;51725 wrote: As for Mercury and heavy metal poisoning – since the DMSA is not available in my country as far as I noticed – I researched alternatives. I found articles that claim a cure of chlorella would help slowly eliminate the toxic compounds out of the body.
Also coriander oil and ramsons tea. Did anyone have this more traditional approach to chlating yet?
Should I do it at the same tim with my candida diet and treatment?
After reading this things made sense – the year I had my first candida overgrowth was the year I got new tooth fillings (don’t know if amalgam, but that’s what I suspect), not just a year of heavy antibiotics treatments (after my appendicitis surgery).
Right after that year I became less efficient with studying, attention decreased, and well, all candida-related symptoms started to kick in.
I found some dentists who claim to use ceramic instead of metals. I will give this a try once I have the money.
Is there anything I can do instead of just that? Do you treat candida and mercury poisoning simultaneously? If not, which comes first?
I only recommend chelation if you were to get professional assistance and can have a doctor monitor and prescribe you a treatment. Chelating heavy metals is a very serious undertaking and it can a lot more problems than it solves imho. When you chelate, it removes both the beneficial and bad minerals in the body. If your pH is not neutral, you will lose many more beneficial minerals than is necessary and you shouldn’t do a chelation protocol imho if you are not pH neutral.
Chlorella is an effective chelator however it is best used in its pure form. There is one lab in Germany that makes it in test tubes which is the only pure form out there. The rest of the stuff will contain toxins and heavy metals from the natural environment.