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pre and post amalgam removal

Hi,
I am going for my amalgam removal soon and wish to know if there are any remedies that I can take before and after to support and help clear the mercury that gets into blood stream.

I have been suffering from High Blood pressure since my teens, have frequent night urination, cold feet (sometimes numbness) which are signs of mercury poisoning.

thank you.
 
  homeo12242 on 2009-09-12
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While you're clearing up amalgam, please take mercury 30c one dose a week. Once the clearing process is over, start taking selenium supplement 100 mcg for a few weeks.
 
maheeru last decade
May I know how long I need to take the mercury 30c? You mention when the clearing process is over, how long does it take?

mercury 30c is made of mercury compound isn't it? Is it safe to take mercury after drilling out mercury filling?

Thanks
 
homeo12242 last decade
Hi

The period of clearing up is usually decided by your specialist dentist depending upon how much fillings are there---if there are more fillings they will be cleared up in weekly intervals. So the exact time you'll have to talk to your dentist.

Merc. 30c is a homeopathic remedy where the physical particles of mercury won't be there, and is safe for intake. But be clear with the dosage. A dose is 3 pills and every dose will be a week apart. Possibly you may require 3 or 4 doses only. This will help anti-dote the effects of mercury in amalgam.

For clearing up the associated toxins of amalgam, selenium supplementation is important as it helps absorb heavy metals and assists in metabolism for replenishing the lost matter. so try to eat baked beans which is rich in selenium, three times a week for a long time. And also take 100 mcg(here again dosage is important as this is mcg and not mg) daily of selenium supplementation daily for some weeks there after.
 
maheeru last decade
Thank you for your clarification.

I have 5 amalgams and I plan to take them out in 2 visits. One quadrant each time. The interval of the visits will be 6 weeks apart. So for this case, I take mercury 3 pills per dose for 6 weeks(one dose a week).
I will stop taking it once all fillings are removed. Correct?

I will begin taking selenium supplements fr. the 7th week onwards but meantime take baked beans 3 times a week.

Have I understood you correctly?

Thanks again.
 
homeo12242 last decade
Well if that's your schedule, you can skip 4th and 5th week of merc. 30c dosage and can take the medicine in 6th and 7th week.

Other points are ok. You're welcome and all the best!
 
maheeru last decade
My dentist told me she can make homeopathic remedy base on my own amalgam removed, how is that possible?
she said something like to bring my mercury 30c on that day itself and she can mix it together with my own drilled out filling and give the remedy to me...

can someone explain what exactly did she mean?

thanks
 
homeo12242 last decade
Hi

It's possible to prepare and give the patients who are undergoing amalgam removal--- a nosode prepared from their own amalgam sometimes called as an amalgam nosode (To understand this one needs to know about nosode[med. from disease material] and concepts of auto nosode[med. from one's own disease material] but as you'll remember the remedies won't have physical content). If your dentist knows what she does, she can prepare and give it to you.

And there's a remedy available called amalgam 30c.

I'd prefer merc. 30c or amalgam 30c(either prepared from your own amalgam or purchased from a homeopathic shop) ahead of merc. mixed with your own amalgam.

And i'd also like to say the doses in the weeks when you're doing this procedure should be taken as soon as the procedure ends.
 
maheeru last decade
Yesterday I went to buy mercury 30c, she gave me 'mercuris' 30c, are they the same thing?
 
homeo12242 last decade
Yes they are the same. Actually it's mercurius or mercurius sol or mercurius solubilis. Apart from this there are half a dozen more derivatives of mercury remedies but this one is conventionally called mercury or mercurius! If you have doubts you can also confirm with the shop.
 
maheeru last decade
I have changed my plan, i plan to have all amalgam fillings removed at one go.

Kindly confirm that I only need one dose of mercury 30c (ie 3 pills) immediately after the procedure? Is one dose sufficient to antidote 6 amalgam filling removal?


Thanks
 
homeo12242 last decade
In that case before the procedure one dose, immediately after the procedure second dose and then 2 more doses every week.

I guess if all fillings are removed in a one go it may have a toll on the body, so also keep pulsatilla 6x handy. if you feel bad effects after the procedure you can also take this twice daily for a few days thereafter excluding the day you take merc. 30c. And also be particular about taking diets rich in selenium and sulphur for a long time.
 
maheeru last decade
I am having two filling removed in 4 days time. I have a homepathic blend that includes merc. sol. 30c. How many should I take before and after having the fillings removed? Am I too late to start them now?
 
fitzgeraldmaureen 4 years ago
No you are not late fitzgeraldmaureen. You can start one dose now and a week later another one dose and one more dose so three doses.

In the earlier post i had written that three pills/drops make a dose. After many years of experience, i have come to conclusion that one pill/drop/tablet would suffice as a dose. For supplement/dietary part you can follow the earlier advice itself.
[Edited by maheeru on 2017-10-15 22:19:34]
 
maheeru 4 years ago

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