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by jdp710 » November 22, 2008 at 8:19 pm #103817

Hey Anxious1,

Actually we don’t have a hazmat team that will do it free of charge. Sorry for the confusion about that. I was actually going off an article I read a couple years ago where some lady busted open one of those CFL bulbs in her apartment. If I remember right the story went something like she called the apartment manager to clean it up since she knew it was toxic. The apartment manager also knew it was toxic and therefore he called around to find out how much it would cost to clean it up. The short answer was nobody would because everybody knew how toxic mercury was. The only people that would were people in full fledged hazmat suits that had to seal off the area. The total cost was something like $6000 to clean up the small amount of mercury from a CFL bulb!

Again, I don’t remember if that’s 100% accurate as I’m going off of memory here but I do remember about how nobody would clean it up and the total cost was around $6000. Yikes.

The moral of the story though is you don’t want mercury in your teeth.

Sorry about the confusion.

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by chuckp » November 23, 2008 at 12:50 pm #103879

Anxious1
I also work in a factory with inks and the ink that we use is like a clear coat ink if there is any kind of mercury in the ink will it say it or is it something like some vaccines were these doctors say there is no mercury in it when there clearly is.

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by Anxious1 » November 23, 2008 at 6:53 pm #103898

U can read the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) and see wat it says. Personally i have Absolutely no faith in companies that use chemicals being honest about wats in them. Don’t get me wrong, i’m sure the majority of companies r honest, but if just one isn’t honest then u have to be suspicious of them all.

Look at wats just happened in china with Melamine poisoning from milk, and not to mention their use of lead in some toys, alot of companies claim they didn’t even know because the source is a supplier of a supplier of a supplier for the company selling the product.

another thing to consider, is its form. R u burning it, melting it or mixing it with other chemicals?, all of these things result in chemical changes that r impossible for manufacturers to predict, just the same way drug combinations in our bodies r impossible to predict.

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by Anxious1 » November 23, 2008 at 6:56 pm #103899

no problem jdp, my point still stands though, at least it seems its common knowledge over there, australian government needs to to some advertising campaigns so we know about risks like that, then again they r about to fill our water supply with fluoride, so i guess i can’t expect too much.

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by BobTheBuilder » November 23, 2008 at 9:44 pm #103905

Thanks Birdlady,

Also heard bad things about Zeolite.

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by matttheman » November 29, 2009 at 3:35 pm #131605

Hi guys i got 5 mercury fillings 18 months ago and since then i’ve sufffered alot of hairloss I wondered if you guys could tell me if it hurts having your amalgams removed and also can I chelate before i have them removed or would that be a mistake, many thanks for your help guys


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by jaydee » November 29, 2009 at 5:57 pm #131610

I would be very reluctant to mess around with mercury fillings. Look, there are as many people out there theorizing on the damage done by their amalgam fillings as there are those disputing those claims altogether. There isn’t yet enough research done either way, pro or con on removing the fillings, so I would wait. The procedure is expensive, you may be doing more harm than good and in fact at the end of the day, we may find that it really really wasn’t as damaging as we thought. No one here can say with certainty that such an aggressive step will help, no matter how nice it sounds to remove them. Be cautious, don’t believe everything you read on the internet, or anywhere for that matter. Just wait until there is more evidence one way or another.

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by jaydee » November 29, 2009 at 6:00 pm #131611

You must remember there are as many people with MPB and a host of other more serious conditions that don’t have amalgam fillings, and there are just as many who are totally healthy and have a full head of hair, and their mouths have more lead than a car battery.

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by BobTheBuilder » December 1, 2009 at 7:59 pm #131631

There is plenty of research on Mercury Fillings. “Dr Hulda Clark”


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by jim355 » December 3, 2009 at 6:43 pm #131659

If we get our amalgam fillings taken out, what is recommended to be put in? What type of filling is 100% mercury free?

I would like to talk to my dentist and know exactly what to ask for.


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by jaydee » December 3, 2009 at 8:27 pm #131661

regarding Dr. Hulda Clark, you may really really want to check her background and credentials. She writes a series of books about curing every single illness out there with some very questionable procedures….go ahead check her out and make my day.

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by jaydee » December 3, 2009 at 8:29 pm #131662

Hell, I’ll do it for you:

Hulda Regehr Clark (1928-2009) claimed to cure cancer, AIDS, and many other serious diseases. She described herself as an “independent research scientist” with bachelor and master’s degrees from the University of Saskatchewan and a Ph.D. degree in physiology from the University of Minnesota (1958). The Register of Ph.D. Degrees conferred by the University of Minnesota of Minnesota July 1956-June 1966, states that (a) Clark received her degree with a major in zoology and a minor in botany, (b) her thesis was titled, “A study of the ion balance of crayfish muscle; evidence for two compartments of cellular potassium,” and (c) her University of Saskatchewan degrees were bachelor of arts in 1949 and master of arts in 1950 [1].

Clark also listed a naturopathic (N.D.) degree from the Clayton College of Natural Health [2]. Clayton is a nonaccredited correspondence school founded in 1980 and located in Birmingham Alabama. In 1985, when this school was called Dr. Clayton’s School of Natural Healing, its “Doctor of Naturopathy” course was described in a magazine article as a “100-hour course” for which the tuition was $695 [3].

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by matttheman » February 1, 2010 at 4:41 pm #132690

re my post above

HI guys just finished getting the mercury fillings out of my mouth by a holistic dentist, if any of you guys are getting rid of them make sure the dentist use’s a rubber dam and a air filter.

I’ve now begun oral chelation with seagreens if any of you guys have the bloody things here are some things that may help;

Nutrisorb Selenium – this is expensive but put one drop in a drink twice a day as its a biochemical antagonist to mercury it reduces the body’s abilty to absorb mercury

vitamin c is also good but make sure you take it two hours either side of selenium as vitamin c precipitates selenium the holistic dentist also told me a lot of other stuff to take but i won’t go into details unless someone requests me too as i don’t want people to go out spending a fortune when they don’t need to as for my own hair loss it is not looking good and i am sheding it at a fast rate i’ll let you know if things improve.


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by jaydee » February 2, 2010 at 10:17 pm #132708

matttheman, since you have no trouble financing such a pricey procedure, I would recommend you right away start on my full regimen and I guarantee you will slow your hairloss dramtically…hurry up.


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by Gimme Poontang » February 3, 2010 at 11:46 am #132711

I found this article online also…

I don’t think I’m about to have all my fillings removed just yet…


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