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OzlemW
Tuesday, January 30, 2007, 12:51am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Isa you are right about non-secretors.  We don't have the help from our secretions to protect our teeth and gums from bacteria.  My dental care is superb now, and I've learned a lot of things that I can do, but I don't have many untreated teeth left.  


That's why I am almost sure that I am non also, I have a lot of dental problems and dentist told me it will cost me over $11 000 . It is sooo scary to start dental work involves mercury removal.. I don't want to take any suppliments, I am afraid from side effects.. because I am sure I am very toxic right now...

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That's why I am almost sure that I am non also, I have a lot of dental problems and dentist told me it will cost me over $11 000 . It is sooo scary to start dental work involves mercury removal.. I don't want to take any suppliments, I am afraid from side effects.. because I am sure I am very toxic right now...



I personally wouldn't wait for the mercury removal to begin the detox.  Can you at least start eating cilantro everyday?  It will begin the process of binding the free mercury and getting it out of your body.
Chlorella will, also.  But you need to start very slowly with it, in small doses.  I am now eating 2/3 tsp a day of chlorella, but that's been for years.  I started with a fraction of that.  Over time, it has really helped reduce the toxic load.



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OzlemW
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I guess the question is do I have to detox before/after removal? Would I be fine without?
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Ozlem,
Are you comfortable having the mercury removed if you don't have to do any detox?  You can always try it and see how you feel.
It's important that the dentist use safe mercury removal techniques to protect you from further contamination.
I'm sure I've spent at least that much on my teeth already.  I have 3 or 4 thousand more to go.



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here I am with you Victoria, so you also experimented those stubborn actions; seem to have been a generations problem ......

I didn't took chlorella, have had feeling, but I took merely a traceelementcomplex in chelatig forms but for oral use like slenium,germanium,vanadium etc; that has done its job pretty well
I would repeat it at once if I had to do it again, the feeling after a week of all the removals...woh...= n e w b o r n
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I think that eating fresh cilantro has absolutely no side effects and can be very helpful for a person who doesn't want to take supplements, and doesn't want uncomfortable detox symptoms.

And Isa, I'm with you on this.  I personally prefer selenium and chlorella (and cilantro) instead of having mercury floating around in my blood.  

Ozlem, make sure your dentist uses a dental dam for the work, so mercury doesn't get down your throat and into your system.  Also, you need to wear a mask over your nose, and preferably some oxygen into that mask also.  And eye coverings as well.



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Ozlem, make sure your dentist uses a dental dam for the work, so mercury doesn't get down your throat and into your system.  Also, you need to wear a mask over your nose, and preferably some oxygen into that mask also.  And eye coverings as well.


Thank you for all the info. I will make sure I get this stuff..
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OzlemW
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Ozlem, make sure your dentist uses a dental dam for the work, so mercury doesn't get down your throat and into your system.  Also, you need to wear a mask over your nose, and preferably some oxygen into that mask also.  And eye coverings as well.


I went to one of the best dentist in town today. He examined my teeth and I talked to him about my mercury fillings removals. He said mercury fillings does most damage within two years of having it. When he said "we just drill it out" I was and I said how about poisinning. Since I was not too ignorant about that I said how about putting dental dam, they said we can, I said oxygen they said not necessary.. They told me I can eat something before and after removal would help for detox.

He told me that dentil schools still teaches mercury fillings and a lot of dentist still practicing, but he is not, he is mercury free dentist.

Now, I have an appointment for two weeks later and I am very nervous. If they use dental dam, mask for my nose and glasses for my eyes and if I take supplements for detox , would I be okay or not?

I need to read a lot more for this mercury removal..
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that sounds like a good option.


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which one would be good option Lola?
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Quoted from OzlemW
Now, I have an appointment for two weeks later and I am very nervous. If they use dental dam, mask for my nose and glasses for my eyes and if I take supplements for detox , would I be okay or not?

I need to read a lot more for this mercury removal..

Even taking all safety precautions possible you will probably still be exposed to extra mercury during the removal process. That is why it is also important to have a plan decided upon and ready for mercury detox after your mercury filling replacement dental revisions.

My body was already heavily effected by mercury prior to the revisions so I definitely noticed the effect from the extra mercury. Maybe if someone is not currently significantly effected by mercury they may not notice anything from the extra mercury expose.



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what your Dr proposed.........that seems fine.


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You are right Don.
I have two weeks before I can prepare myself for mercury removal. I am going to eat lots of cilantro and maybe buy selenium and chlorella.  
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It's my understanding that mercury fillings continue to "off-gas" for as long as they are in the mouth.  So we continue to be exposed to toxins every time we chew or brush our teeth or drink hot liquids.

The precautions he is suggesting sound adequate.  Must of my crowns were done by drilling out large mercury fillings with no precautions whatsoever.  The remainder of my fillings, I will be more careful.

You can start the chlorella now, at a low dose, and every few days increase the dose by a little.  By the time you have the work done, there will already be some in your system to help protect you.  Keep taking it for a long time to do the clean-up.  Cilantro can be eaten every day as part of pesto, seasoning or juiced in with other vegetables.



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Okay. I am going to HFS tomorrow and buy Chlorella. What is the low dose start, 1/2 tsp a day? I don't want to feel side effects, maybe start lower than that? Is it any brand name I should look for? I am not in EU so I can't get fresh one. Maybe Chlorella can help with my fatigue too. I still feel very tired after months from mono. Of course I don't know is this a only reason for my fatigue.
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I don't know what brands you will find.  I like the Yaeyama brand and it comes in either little tiny pills or powder.  I started with the pills and took them for a couple of years until I got used to the taste, then I switched to powder, which I put in my smoothie.

The directions were to take (I believe) 7 pills, 3 times a day.  They are very small!  I started with one with each meal, and every couple of days, I increased by one a day.  So after a couple of weeks, I was taking 10 a day, spaced between 3 meals.

If you get powder, start with 1/8 tsp or less and work up gradually.  

**If you feel bad, such as headache or body aching or like you might be getting the flu (it won't actually give you a flu), just cut back on your amount for a few days and start increasing again.  A tiny bit at a time.  Drink Plenty!! of clean water.**

Whatever brand you get, make sure it is cracked cell Chlorella because the cell wall is so strong you can't digest it otherwise and it just goes out of you in the same state it comes into you!

It's very healthy stuff and I love it.  



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I don't know what brands you will find.  I like the Yaeyama brand and it comes in either little tiny pills or powder.

Whatever brand you get, make sure it is cracked cell Chlorella because the cell wall is so strong you can't digest it otherwise and it just goes out of you in the same state it comes into you!

 


Do you think I can find this brand?

what is cracked cell means, is it writing on the box or what?

Thank you for all the info

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http://www.mercola.com/chlorella/index.htm This website about chlorella says that someone should get their iron level checked prior using chlorella. Maybe I should talk to dr. and get my iron level checked? Also, I am not pregnant, but pregnant person should be careful about that too..
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try the detox protocol perhaps....
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/14.html
chlorella is mentioned in this protocol for Bs
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/6.html
and is also present in the B multis
http://www.dadamo.com/forum/napharm/config.pl?read=1066

I would think it s safe to use for you.


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Ozlem, if it is cracked cell, it will state that on the package.



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Okay, I will make sure I get cracked one..
Protocol is very  helpfull. Lots of info. Meantime I am keep eating clantro, it takes good, I like it..
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