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Dental Cause of Seizures
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Dental Cause of Seizures


Toxicity throughout the body resulting from mercury dental Amalgams can also be a major factor in many illnesses, including a condition of temporary paralysis called akinesia, similar to PARKINSON’s.

Martha, aged 40, could not walk, her body was rigid, she was subject to grand mal seizures, and she could barely speak.

Dr. Rau’s tests indicated she had mercury poisoning in her body. Although her mercury fillings had all been removed, mercury had leeched from her fillings into body tissues. Dr. Rau also discovered that Martha had 4 impacted wisdom teeth, all of which were situated on or near her Small Intestine acupuncture meridian and which negatively affected both her heart and brain.

When Dr. Rau’s dentist extracted one of the impacted teeth, Martha’s grand mal seizures entirely disappeared and she experienced only minor ones. “We often see problems with wisdom teeth connected to mental disorders or epilepsy,” Dr. Rau says. Removing at least one of the problem teeth curtailed the intense pressure this dental focus put upon her body.

To get the mercury out of Martha’s body, Dr. Rau gave her DMPS infusions. DMPS is a nontoxic chemical widely used in Europe by alternative physicians to bind up (chelate) mercury from body tissues and remove it through the urine. After Martha’s second impacted wisdom tooth was extracted, her minor seizures stopped as well.

Once the mercury was removed from her body, her body was free to begin the slow process of healing the myelin sheath surrounding the nerves; its damage had led to the PARKINSON’s-type symptoms. About 3 months later, although she was far from being completely well, Martha was less rigid and able to move more easily, says Dr. Rau. Had she agreed to their removing the other 2 wisdom teeth, most likely she would have healed faster and more thoroughly, Dr. Rau speculates.

Dr. Rau, Paracelsus Clinic in Lustmühle, Switzerland

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