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Never heard about "celantro" till now, I just know that my local MD that does chleation has told me that probably every adult over 40 would probably benefit from IV chleation and that the oral does not work as it get destroyed by the digestive system, he says blood analysis has proven this and that oral is mostly a waste of money, but from what I am reading here on the net with the case studies, it looks like the suppositories are absorbed, I too have a mercury problem, but have a calcium problem also and heart palpitations so I was thinking this may help several things, just trying to be informative.
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I just know that my local MD that does chleation has told me that probably every adult over 40 would probably benefit from IV chleation and that the oral does not work as it get destroyed by the digestive system, he says blood analysis has proven this and that oral is mostly a waste of money, but from what
If that were true, our species would be very malnourished. A ridiculous assumption. I'll bet your Dr would not say the same for pharmaceuticals.

Other than EDTA, check out DMSA https://www.dmsa-chelation.info/
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If that were true, our species would be very malnourished. A ridiculous assumption. /
Isn't it very common to be malnourished in at least one vitamin, mineral, amino or fatty acid? Most people live on devitalized food grown on devitalized soil and have chronic health issues that may be based on chronic malnourishment.
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It is my doctors opinion that chelation therapy should only be used if tests indicate a problem is developing.. of course many vascular diseases could also indicate a need... and i am meaning for arterial plaque here.

One test she uses is the Carotid artery sonogram. I've known doctors to also use a thermogram of the head. My last test on my carotid arterey showed I was as clean as a whistle... not so for my husband who is a smoker. He is on a permanent chelation program with vitamin c and other nutrients... not a specific chelation product.

Celantro can be used topically, is my understanding, for chelation of mercury. I do not think that it will pull out all the other stuff that IV chelation therapy does, but vitamin c and niacin will, if you are addressing arterial plaque.
Iodine is suppose to chelate mercury as well as MMS. Have you not used those Cyber-junkie?

It is imperative that you use chlorella at the same time to keep mercury from cycling back into the system. It may reduce the amount of treatments you need.
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Isn't it very common to be malnourished in at least one vitamin, mineral, amino or fatty acid? Most people live on devitalized food grown on devitalized soil and have chronic health issues that may be based on chronic malnourishment.
absolutely. Just look at vitamin D3 and Ioidine and magnesium, trace minerals, B12, just to mention the leading culprits. Not only that but stuff like homemade oxidants like Glutathione, homemade as your own body manufactures it.
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It is my doctors opinion that chelation therapy should only be used if tests indicate a problem is developing.. of course many vascular diseases could also indicate a need... and i am meaning for arterial plaque here.

One test she uses is the Carotid artery sonogram. I've known doctors to also use a thermogram of the head. My last test on my carotid arterey showed I was as clean as a whistle... not so for my husband who is a smoker. He is on a permanent chelation program with vitamin c and other nutrients... not a specific chelation product.

Celantro can be used topically, is my understanding, for chelation of mercury. I do not think that it will pull out all the other stuff that IV chelation therapy does, but vitamin c and niacin will, if you are addressing arterial plaque.
Iodine is suppose to chelate mercury as well as MMS. Have you not used those Cyber-junkie?

It is imperative that you use chlorella at the same time to keep mercury from cycling back into the system. It may reduce the amount of treatments you need.
I have used both mms and iodine...at different times.

I don't use much chlorella due to it being a mold and I am fighting a mold, fungus problem.

I am going to try the chelation suppositories as I was going to have to do the IV and will give this a try first, mainly for angina but I still muscle test higher than the high level using the vial muscle test, don't know how accurate the test is though.
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Chlorella is an algae... not a mold and is super good for you, for anyone.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlorella

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Isn't it very common to be malnourished in at least one vitamin, mineral, amino or fatty acid? Most people live on devitalized food grown on devitalized soil and have chronic health issues that may be based on chronic malnourishment.
Yes. But it does not indicate that the digestive system will negate the healing effects of cilantro or other herbs or foods.
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Chlorella is an algae... not a mold and is super good for you, for anyone.
Ditto That.
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I don't use much chlorella due to it being a mold
I had a blonde moment about it being a mold

I have read many are leery of using it if you are battling a yeast/candida or fungus/mold problem.
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You need to find a really good dentist and my article on Healthsalon will tell you how.
I'm still having ringing in my darn ears but did see there is a dentist from your Healthsalon (what a cool name....health salon.....i wanna go there) that is 1/2 hour away from me.

I did this test and sure enough there is a definate POP. https://www.oprah.com/health/Do-You-H...-the-Home-Test

I'll be delighted till the cows come home if this is the only reason I have tinnitus. I think I'll be making an appointment to a cranial sacral therapist ASAP.

Arrow, I've never used naicin and vit. C with the goal of arterial cleaning but am interested. I've got many bottles of serrapeptase that I've been consuming over the past couple months off and on. Can all three be helpful in clearing out plaque and misc. arterial deposits?
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Arrow, I've never used naicin and vit. C with the goal of arterial cleaning but am interested. I've got many bottles of serrapeptase that I've been consuming over the past couple months off and on. Can all three be helpful in clearing out plaque and misc. arterial deposits?
Yes on all 3.

Researchers believe that niacin treatment not only prevents plaque build-up, but also helps to reduce, or clean out, plaque already there.

Niacin lowers total cholesterol, LDL, which is the "bad" cholesterol, and triglyceride levels, while increasing HDL, the good cholesterol, according to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. High levels of LDL and low levels of HDL increase the chance of plaque accumulating in the arteries. Therefore, by decreasing the bad and increasing the good cholesterol, niacin helps keep arteries stay clear by reversing cholesterol transport.

Vitamin C will help to restore flexibility to the arterial walls, especially when used with lysine.

Serrapeptase will dissolve scar tissue and fibrin.
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Yes on all 3.

Researchers believe that niacin treatment not only prevents plaque build-up, but also helps to reduce, or clean out, plaque already there.

Niacin lowers total cholesterol, LDL, which is the "bad" cholesterol, and triglyceride levels, while increasing HDL, the good cholesterol, according to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. High levels of LDL and low levels of HDL increase the chance of plaque accumulating in the arteries. Therefore, by decreasing the bad and increasing the good cholesterol, niacin helps keep arteries stay clear by reversing cholesterol transport.

Vitamin C will help to restore flexibility to the arterial walls, especially when used with lysine.

Serrapeptase will dissolve scar tissue and fibrin.
Wonderful jfh. I've got the supplements. Now to use them.
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