Zappers are experimental and you are the experimentor. I have never heard that zapping leaches mercury from amalgams.
Before going to the pain and expense of removing your fillings I would get a blood test and see if there is any mercury. If there isn't a problem I'd personally leave things alone. I have many amalgams and have tested my blood and find zero mecury leaching into my body, so I don't worry about it.
Reply about his experience using the zapper and or hand held pipes beter than metal wristbands:
Dr. Clark says pipes are better, yet the zapper her son made and sold had straps.
Electrically it?s a wash. Clark says the ?tubular nature of the pipes? has something to do with it. I?m not on board with that, but who knows.
Personally, if I have to hold a pair of pipes in my hands for an hour a day, I?m going to lose interest and simply not use the thing at all.
Remember it's a series circuit and your body is a million ohm resistor, so a hundred ohms of difference from one contact method to another is statistically meaningless.
I use it myself. I can not comment or encourage, but if I didn't feel I was getting a benefit, I wouldn't bother doing it. I do many things for my health, the most important of which is diet. See http://www.ravediet.com
if interested buy the book and DVD, it's the #1 thing I suggest to people dealing with health issues and the most effective in my observations. I am not a medical professional and that is my layman's advice. Always consult a licensed professional on health issues.
I personally use this unit with wrist straps, but everyone decides to do different things for their own reasons.
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