Mercury Poisoning and Gallstones

Posted by Wayne (Canada) on 05/29/2012

Hello, Ted From Bangkok :) I have read many of your helpful posts on Earthclinic.com and I was wondering if you have any advice for people who have high fecal mercury and gallstones?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
05/29/2012
384 posts

The supplement that reduces mercury and gallstones has got to be lecithin, but for mercury several supplements help such as selenium yeast 200 mcg x 3, it reacts with mercury to form mercury selenide, MSM 1000 mg x 3, and EDTA I use is tetrasodium EDTA, in saturated solution 20 drops twice a day. The gallstone may lessen and the cholesterol, with limonene found in lemon juice or more in lemon oil. The one thing that helps mercury the most is magnesium, which protects against the toxicity of mercury and N Acetyl Cysteine 200 mg x 4 to help get rid of mercury. Most sulfur supplements such as N Acetyl cysteine or MSM attach readily to any heavy metals and so eating egg yolks is similar too in that respect, as well as granulated lecithin 1 tablespoon twice a day, as it is also a fat emulsifier and all heavy metals are oil soluble making them get rid of the body much faster too.

Ted

Replied by Poohbear777
Hksar
06/20/2012

Hi Ted, you always mentioned granulated lecithin, what kind of lecithin are you suggesting us to use? if it's lecithin from soy, it will affect the thyroid as other soy products do. But for sunflower lecithin, they are usually not in granulated form, and you only suggest lecithin in this form. So, could you inform us where to get the kind of granulated lecithin you mentioned that we can get it online? thanks alot! Rgds winnie


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