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Do you have Mercury Poisoning & heavy metal toxicity symptoms?

The symptoms of mercury exposure range from hair loss and dizziness to thyroid or adrenal dysfunction.

We are constantly subjected to mercury exposure.  Sometimes a toxic level can affect us physically in the form of birth defects, autism, or delayed development.

Energetically it can inhibit the enzyme ATP which is our energy source at the mitochondrial level.  This toxic metal can degenerate nerve fibers affecting motor skills reaction time as seen with MS, sensory nerves involved in your senses including hearing or vision as well as painful limbs.

The common symptoms might be migraine headaches, fatigue, insomnia, leaky gut, memory loss, immune system issues, hearing loss, anorexia, rashes, or even schizophrenia.  In later stages of accumulation, it can be linked to weakness, falling, tremors, or slurring speech.


Psychological effects may include ADD, ADHD, timidness, confusion, autism, and schizophrenia

I have personally worked with a young man aged 16 that was able to get his schizophrenia symptoms well under control without medications after detoxifying both mercury and copper which are primarily a primitive female elemental heavy metal.  His “evil” voice was a female that would badger him relentlessly.

He was able to manage his behavior and not suffer further once he was nutritionally balanced along with detoxification methods.  It can cause one to be unstable, over-emotional, devious, and “kooky”.  If you recall the crazy antics and mind jumping of the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland, you will understand the term ‘Mad hatters disease’ coined from the men who would shape beaver pelt hats in the last centuries.


What are the qualities of mercury?

If you haven’t seen this liquid type metal in the past from a broken thermometer or science class, it is a heavy, shining, conductive, extremely acid-forming metal.  It can kill germs on contact which is why it was used in a product called Mercurochrome up until the early 80s.  It was a pink colored liquid used on cuts that could be a source of some toxicity.  Mercury is colorless and odorless but very toxic to humans and all mammals.

There are 2 forms of mercury we are exposed to. The first form is Methylmercury which can build up in fish and marine mammals to levels that are thousands of times greater in the surrounding water.  Even this form can trigger cancers.

The second form is one of the most poisonous forms known, ethyl-mercury.  It is added as a cheap preservative Thimerosal in flu shots and some vaccines.  Other exposures may include paints some artists work with that was later realize contained methylmercury.


Where does mercury accumulate the most?

Mercury loves the thyroid and pituitary gland that triggers the thyroid to produce your hormone TSH and T4.  It also steps in to weaken the adrenals as well as kidney congestion or damage.  Removing it from storage sites can take time as the body is so intelligent it will store it within to keep you as healthy as possible.

If there is a toxic level onboard, it is a great indicator of co-existing copper toxicity overlying the mercury.  It may take 8 months to a few years to clear it safely.  Remembering that it takes time to accumulate may help one be patient with the chelation that works slowly with nutritional balancing.


What are sources of mercury?

  • All varieties of fish, particularly larger ocean fish such as swordfish, sea bass, halibut, cod, Pollock, mahi-mahi, and tuna
  • Thimerosal which is still in many vaccines as a preservative and adjuvant
  • Water contamination.
  • Dental (“silver) amalgams (please remove safely with a biological dentist but never with active cancer) which are approximately 50% mercury, not silver
  • Occupational exposures to floor wax, paints, adhesives, fabric softeners, algicides, making felt, manufacturing of paper, felts, or chlorine
  • Children who are born with mercury through the placenta or breast milk contamination from mothers toxicity stores
  • Coal-burning or chemtrail pollution
  • Vegetables or seeds treated with mercury-based fungicides
  • Old thermometers or chemistry sets
  • Groundwaters, forest fires releasing into the atmosphere, runoff waters into lakes, and even volcanic eruptions


Hair Analysis for mercury poisoning?

You can do an uncommon blood serum test but a possibility.  The blood is clearing the toxicity quickly to keep you healthy.  In order to do it, it will store it in tissue or organs for your safety.

A urine challenge test that uses DMSA or DMPS to chelate/push it into the urine.  It can pick up some of the eliminated accumulation, but not the load that is buried deep in the organs and tissue. It may also be dangerous as it floods your system with the heavy metals your body stuffed away for  safety.

Hair mineral analysis is best for seeing long term accumulation or recent serious exposure.  It may take time to antagonize or pull mercury out of the body.  The hair levels can be up to 300 times higher than blood serum levels so it is much more accurate of a measure.


Are you ready to see where your mercury levels are and to begin your detoxification process for a better quality of health?

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