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chaps
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I spoke on the phone with an ND yesterday who said that she has a machine that does NAET clearing of mercury allergies. Not the thing where you tap your fingers into the side of your other hand 33 times (that reminds me of Dorothy tapping her ruby slippers together 3 times and saying "there's no place like home"), but an actual machine that somehow electrically clears the mercury allergy.

Anyone heard of this? Anyone done it?

It only costs 45 bucks, certainly sounds preferable to paying over 600 bucks for AI and having to send DNA to people across the ocean who don't speak the language and waiting for magical drops of water to come back across the ocean that have no convincing proof of efficacy.

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My lyme doc is familiar with NAET but he prefers LDA (low dose antigens). I'll be seeing a naturopath about it next week. You only have to take a shot every couple of months for maybe a couple of years. There are 300 allergens in the LDA shots so they cover a lot.

Don't know about whether mercury is covered. You can locate an LDA practitioner by doing an online search.

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Perhaps its a Mora type machine which which inverts the unbalanced electrical reading from electrodermal screening and applies that to the body. Purportedly, that clears the energetic imbalance. For $45 it's certainly worth a try.

I've read all 48 pages of the AI thread and the website and there isn't a single sentence regarding how the drops are made. There is, however, a lot of claims about how it works at the DNA level with the intimation that nothing else in the world can do that. Clearly, they have to be useing an EDS machine to test the sample and imprint the drops. There is usually a reason when people don't want to disclose something.

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I have done NAET with vials and needles many times in the past. I have gotten some of it on machines now, that seems to be how things are headed a bit. I think they both can be helpful, but I have found so much of my NAET treatments to be temporary, not permanent as advertised.

Perhaps it's the lyme causing more autoimmunity and this lack of permanence has little to do with the method (NAET vs. AI). However, even after all that NAET work, I found AI to be very helpful. Just recently done the AI, so can't attest to permanent, but also treating lyme now, so there will be no fair comparisons from my case.

Any event, that's my experience. My feelings on it are NAET is generally good, it can help here and there, but AI seems to have been much more helpful for me.

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