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“Mercury vapor can penetrate any part of the body it wants. Mercury would rather be in fatty tissues, and that makes the brain a prime target. Plus, you can take it in through the axonal nerves… from the nasal cavity up into the brain. And if you breathe it, it gets into the body and it travels, basically penetrating every cell or any membrane,” Boyd Haley says. Haley is an expert in heavy metal toxicity, Professor Emeritus Chemistry & Biochemistry, and specialist on the dangers of amalgam fillings on the Heavy Metals Summit, Jan 29 to Feb 5, 2018.

Axonal neuropathy is where the nerves cannot function properly as the axons are degenerating. Symptoms that reflect this is happening are tingling in fingers or toes, burning sensations, weakness, numbness, or losing normal motor skills.

Mercury poisoning is commonly linked to amalgam filling gas.

Heavy metal toxicity is more common today than previously imagined. Most holistic health practitioners see the damages heavy metals do, and conversely, the amazing health benefits people feel after removal techniques have been used.

Dietrick Klinghardt, MD, said in his talk Biophysics of Heavy Metal Detox, “I found over the years that decreasing the body burden of metals, especially aluminum, lead, and mercury – if you can get that down – there is a point when we have been effective where all the vitality comes back.” He feels Haley should receive the Nobel Prize for his work on chelation.

One common sign of heavy metals is an imbalance of iron levels.

Haley says, “When mercury is converted from Hg0 [elemental mercury] to Hg2+ [inorganic mercury] it displaces iron from iron sulfur centers in the brain. And that iron is now free, and iron is a very potent oxidative stress inducer…that’s associated with Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological illnesses [such as anxiety].”

Haley has been working on a product known as the only perfect chelator that exists. About 15 years ago it was sold over-the-counter as OSR, Oxidative Stress Relief. It’s now called NBMI, also known as Emeramide, and is in phase 2 clinical trials for FDA approval.

To date the tests for FDA approval have dwarfed vaccine testing and show success levels that have exceeded expectation.

In his talk on the Toxicity of Oral Infections and Amalgams at the ESTONIA Conference, Haley said, “It takes a carboxybenzoate, which is found in berries, and couples to the carboxyl groups cystamine which is cysteine without the carboxyl group. And when you do that, you neutralize both of the charges, and you make an uncharged compound that has two sulfurs off two arms that can surround a mercury atom or any atom of any size. That compound is what we’re working on today. When we gave it to humans in a phase one study, the safety and pharmacokinetics, it was 60-80% absorbed into the blood. And we didn’t have one single adverse effect reported. It is the same thing we had when we sold it as a dietary antioxidant – this compound, not only does it bind mercury, it is a very potent oxygen-radical scavenger, just like glutathione.”

On their website EmeraMed, they say, “Oxidative stress releases free radicals and is a major part of all illnesses. Emeramide captures free radicals, which are unstable molecules that can damage the cells in your body. Additionally, Emeramide captures the heavy metals mercury and iron which helps create free radicals and thereby helps restore normal function to the mitochondria and overall health.”

Once approved in America, Emeramide will be available as a prescription through your medical doctor. This contains a problem, however. Medical doctors are required to do certain standard of care tests. Their standard of care heavy metal testing tests for metals in your bloodstream. Metals will only show up in your bloodstream if the person has recently been contaminated with metals. For example, you will test with heavy metals in your bloodstream if you work in a factory which makes mercury thermometers and the bowl of liquid mercury spills near you. 
At this time, Emeramide is legal in five countries: Germany, the UK, Ireland, New Zealand, and Switzerland.

One study on Emeramide has been performed on the island of Zaruma, Ecuador, an area of the Galápagos Islands. Locals call the area Montaña de oro, which means Mountain of Gold, due to the abundant gold mines there. Miners dissolve small flecks of gold using liquid mercury, the same mercury found inside a thermometer, which is extremely toxic. The mercury dissolves the gold from the dirt. The mixture of gold and elemental mercury is heated on makeshift campfire stoves, or in the miners’ kitchens, to evaporate the mercury. This process reveals the gold, allowing the miners to recover the precious commodity.  This process is called “Burn Gold”. This creates invisible toxic mercury vapor to be released into the air, causing the air to be poisonous to the people and animals in the vicinity. Some miners try to protect themselves by covering their mouth with their t-shirt while heating the mixture.

The random controlled trial used 36 miners divided into three groups. One group was given 100 mg of Emeramide each day, another was given 300 mg each day, and the last group was given a placebo. Each miner went to their hospital each day to receive the Emeramide and answer some questions. Samples were taken before the study started, during the study, and after the study.

After 14 days the Emeramide was reported as dramatically reducing all symptoms in those who consumed 300 mg each day. The group of miners that took 100 mg each day showed definite improvement. Neither group showed significant side effects. Urinary mercury levels dropped dramatically in the miners. They showed reduction in pain, tremors ceased or lessened to a minimal level, drooling was greatly reduced, and the metallic taste in their mouths was reduced. The study reported, “One of the biggest changes seen in this trial was increased energy which indicates that the mitochondria began to recover their capacity to make energy instead of free radicals.”

EmeraMed says, “It captures mercury, free iron and free radicals. And it does it fast.”

*Nourishing Plot is written by Becky Plotner, ND, traditional naturopath, CGP, D.PSc. who sees clients in Rossville, Georgia. She is a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor, through The American Naturopathic Medical Association and works as a Certified GAPS Practitioner who sees clients in her office, Skype and phone. She has been published in Wise Traditions, spoken at two Weston A. Price Conferences, Certified GAPS Practitioner Trainings, has been on many radio shows, television shows and writes for Nourishing Plot. She serves on the GAPS Board of Directors and has recently been named “The GAPS Expert” by Dr. Natasha and will serve teaching other Certified GAPS Practitioners proper use of the GAPS protocol. Since her son was delivered from the effects of autism (Asperger’s syndrome), ADHD, bipolar disorder/manic depression, hypoglycemia and dyslexia, through food, she continued her education specializing in Leaky Gut and parasitology through Duke University, finishing with distinction. She is a Chapter Leader for The Weston A. Price Foundation. [email protected]

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One Response to The Dangers of Mercury Toxicity and One Solution That’s Showing Shocking Results

  1. rarter says:

    what does his have to do with vaccines? re “To date the tests for FDA approval have dwarfed vaccine testing and show success levels that have exceeded expectation.”

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