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Re: Herbal question, elimination of mercury-happy bacteria
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Re: Herbal question, elimination of mercury-happy bacteria

Bless to you also, MH.
I'm 34, F, in Denmark. Happy with the changes they have made to policies with amalgam filings back in 2007. Yes, the way the one filling split my molar was a real shock. Was never happy about the filings to begin with though, the taste was awful.

Will PM the link to the public profile, more thorough on medical history.
GOALS and abilities..
Sleep soundly, wake max 1x per night
Clear thinking and stronger memory
Strong digestion
Energy to fulfill purpose found in prayer (itinerant speaker, not started, timing isn't right yet.)

ABILITIES- 2 languages, strong creativity, good voice, easy time talking with folks, constant interest in nature and human history. Much prefer to be in a forest or by a stream than in a mall.

Weight 90-98 kilos, varies per diet, season, salt intake and the normal factors. 89kilo seems to be a barrier currently, suspect parasites are simply exerting too much pressure on the system. Clarkia tincture has not produced results, just extended high blood sugars and a small thrill off the wormwood.

Frav EOs are cinnamon, frankincense, lemon melissa, Roman chamomile, vetiver. Would like to get ahold of helichrysum.

Not often "ill" as in floored with colds and flu, but borked. Especially winter, always cold, never qurite able to stay energetic, usually not able to fully relax. Still amalgam poisoning there. (After effects)
Have stayed off chelation so far, sleep already strained. Up every 3 hours for ALA and stuff? Trying to balance insulin pump therapy and blood sugars already.

Have found oils and tinctures to be the kindest medicines. You've been down the pill-form nutrient route with people...? Bitters are betters. (Some humor there)

No kids, married and steady, full time job, computers. Bi-weekly visits to the gym and daily walks. Walks and weights preferred. Cats.

Living outside the city, small town. Tansy and German chamomile grow very well here, nothing so good as the whole chamomile plant for a strong green tea (flower-only tea is weak).

Been interesting browsing your site.

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