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Re: Chelation Detox Reaction
 
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Re: Chelation Detox Reaction


You should read Andy Cutlers book "Amalgam Illness". EDTA is a poor chelator of mercury, but can move it around, causing retox symptoms. I expericnced fatigue when I tried using EDTA.
EDTA may cause calcium removal from arteries but how it does that is debated, but if you aren't fighting heart disease you might consider Cutlers protocol for first removing your mercury with oral DSMA. DMSA is a better chelator of both lead and mercury, but - you need to follow the protocol of frequent low doses or you can make matters worse. I would use EDTA only after the mercury is gone. That could take a couple years.

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