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RZR
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My LLMD highly recommends Heavy Metal Detox by Nature's Sunshine.

http://www.naturessunshine.com/us/product/heavy-metal-detox-90-caps/sku-507.aspx

Can I start this before having all amalgams removed? I still have 3 left that I won't be able to get out until January.

Instructions say take with meal...can this be taken same time as abx?

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Never heard of this one and viewing the ingredients it doesn't look like the best product to me. It contains ingredients that are usually used along with IV EDTA or DMSA.

IV chelation is usually the accepted way to chelate metals but many are using Detoxamin suppositories.

I just placed a recent post on Detoxamin and you may want to read the comments. They were favorable and it seems to work, as it's EDTA in suppository form.

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Here's a link that discusses Detoxamin and what others have used.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/112751?#000006

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RZR
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Can Detoxamin suppositories be used while taking abx? Will it also remove abx?

Thanks!

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I follow Andy Cuttler's advice when it comes to heavy metals. He said to NEVER do it with amalgams still in the mouth. All it will do is leech the mercury out of your amalgams and deposit it somewhere else.

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quote:
Originally posted by BackinStOlaf:
I follow Andy Cuttler's advice when it comes to heavy metals. He said to NEVER do it with amalgams still in the mouth. All it will do is leech the mercury out of your amalgams and deposit it somewhere else.

All amalgams are out, but I am totally lost.

Andy Cutler's protocol sounds so complicated. Can I even start the protocol while taking abx?

Anyone know the easiest protocol to follow?

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