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Re: help me detox/chelate heavy metals and toxins from my body. by aman2010 ..... Adrenal Fatigue Forum

Date:   10/16/2011 6:56:21 PM ( 11 years ago ago)
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Their definetely a Anxiety problem and maybe a Neurotransmiter problem. Ive always felt tension in socal situations compared to others who feel at ease. Of course most pyrolurics hide this well (I have pyroluria) but feel shcit on the inside

But yeh im wanting to do chelation because I've been folowing the Dr klinghardt protocol for pyroluria. It consisted of taking high amounts of zinc, which then liberate toxic metals from inside your tissues (zinc throws them out) so it is good to chelate after.

Which im wanting to do now.

Paragraph from his protocol (if ur interested):
"Supplementing zinc liberates 2-valent metals such
as Mercury, Cadmium, Aluminum, and Lead. Patients
express symptoms of acute heavy metal toxicity, which have
to be addressed. At this stage of the protocol, the patient
generally will require treatments addressed at heavy metal
detoxification such as binding agents, chelators, colonics,
liver/gallbladder flushes, castor oil packs, sauna and other
heavy metal detoxification modalities. The practitioner may
opt for the old workhorses such as DMPS, DMSA, EDTA,
and IV Glutathione to address detoxification of metals.
Freeze-dried garlic and vitamin E have a protective effect.
To increase the body’s ability to detoxify, sound-wave
enhanced chlorella at a dose of 15 tablets three times per
day with meals is often used. To mobilize heavy metals
from their binding sites and provide glutathione precursors
and binding-peptides, nanonized chlorella (BioPure Matrix
Metals) at 5-6 sprays twice daily and energized cilantro
tincture at 15 drops three times daily are used. To assist in
shuttling metals from the intracellular environment to the
liver, BioPure Phospholipid Exchange (alpha-lipoic acid,
phospholipids, and magnesium) is used.
One approach is to start the patient on agents that will
first support removal of metals from the gastrointestinal
tract such as chlorella and BioPure MicroSilica. Rectal
EDTA (Detoxamin) may be used next followed by Bio-
Pure Phospholipid Exchange. Most patients will require a
number of different agents.
It is critical to support the kidneys with specific drain-
age remedies in order to optimize the removal of heavy
metals. BioPure Matrix Electrolytes at two tablespoons
daily mixed with a capful of M-Water in water and a
teaspoon of agave syrup supports kidney function."

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