Mercury Poison

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Mercury used in dental fillings comes in containers marked with the symbol of death; the poisonous cross and bones symbol on the product information insert. When mercury is taken out of someone’s mouth it is legally considered a toxic waste that needs to be disposed of in a very specific way. Thus we should consider mercury fillings as toxic waste dumps.

But nothing about the toxicity of mercury seems to penetrate the craniums of dental profession. The federal government and the major dental organizations pretend this neurological poison is “safe” once it is put in the mouth by a trusted dentist. The official position is: Silver fillings used to patch cavities aren’t dangerous even though they expose dental patients to toxic mercury, said federal health researchers August of 2006.

The Food and Drug Administration reviewed 34 recent research studies and found “no significant new information” that would change its determination that mercury-based fillings don’t harm patients, except in cases where they have allergic reactions. This statement comes despite the fact that mercury is a powerful toxin that does have serious neurological effects in varying degrees on everyone who has amalgam fillings. Mercury directly affects the nervous systems and it causes birth defects and other maladies in babies born to mothers who have mercury fillings.

However, many dentists and all of the associations that back the dental profession say that mercury fillings are safe. There are some medical practitioners, holistic adherents and even the World Health Organization that say mercury shouldn’t be considered totally safe under any conditions. Exposure to mercury is known to cause brain and kidney disorders. Women of childbearing age are particularly at risk because mercury exposure during pregnancy can cause neurological birth defects.

The greatest health danger from elemental mercury is breathing mercury vapor. Mercury is unique in that, at room temperature, it is liquid and can vaporize like water. Mercury vapors are invisible and odorless to humans. With amalgam fillings, mercury vapor is released through tooth-brushing and chewing.

Although subtle, the dangers of mercury are so great that I recommend everyone who has amalgam fillings to have them removed. I had mine removed some three years ago and the difference in how I feel is remarkable. In having this procedure done it is important to find a dentist who is aware of the dangers and will take every precaution not to send mercury poison throughout your bloodstream.

Even when the most care is taken, some mercury will be released and you will want to take ShopFreeMart products and eat about 2 oz. of cilantro daily for a couple of weeks to remove the mercury that has been liberated into your system.

Sylvia remembers getting her teeth filled when she was 7 years old. Now, decades later, she still remembers the health problems she suffered for years. She says, “I was 43 when my symptoms were finally diagnosed as being caused from the mercury fillings in my mouth. Along with other problems, I was having severe neurological symptoms and was going into seizures.” Finally she had the five mercury fillings removed and replaced with composite materials. Later she said, “If those had not been taken out, I would be dead now.”

Although there are tens of thousands of similar cases, the medical profession is not interested and either ignores them or calls them anecdotal evidence. Most medical evidence actually does not meet the scientific standard of proof; and, as in law, it should be judged by a standard of proof appropriate to the point in question.

Consumers should be aware that governmental officials at the FDA or CDC, the drug companies and the medical professions do not have their best interest at heart. By and large they are chasing the money that comes when people get sick and when they use “science” to shore up their medical positions, more often than not they are spouting manipulated statistics from epidemiologic studies.

An anecdotal case report can provide evidence of probative value, just like an eyewitness testimony in a murder trial. And it can be similarly tested, by second opinions, re-examination, laboratory tests, and follow-up. A single case report can prove that a drug causes an adverse reaction.

Three things related to administration of any drug prove specific causation:

1. The reaction occurs after the drug is given.

2. It resolves when the drug is discontinued; and

3. The adverse event recurs when the drug is given a second time. Causation is judged to be certain owing to this reoccurrence.

The medical profession does not support the hypothesis that potent neurological poisons like mercury injected into children through vaccines, or implanted in their mouths will cause any harm although the weight of currently available scientific evidence clearly shows that it does.

Similarly, there are no warnings given to families who live near coal fired energy plants, chlorine plants or medical and municipal incinerators.

It really does not matter to these officials what the truth actually is. For the sake of money, they go by the weight of currently available evidence even if that evidence is biased by the financial interests that pay for such research.

According to these officials, only epidemiologic evidence is sufficiently scientific. But epidemiologic evidence is open to manipulation and bias and since it does not meet the scientific standard of irrefutability, it is not per se really scientific.

The FDA says and thinks and applies the same attitude about many poisonous substances including fluoride, aspartame, MSG, mercury in vaccines, and thousands of other “safe” chemicals and drugs that provoke disease, instantaneous autism and quick death at doses much lower than the government will ever admit.

“If substantial scientific evidence showed that dental amalgam posed a threat to the health of dental patients, we would advise dentists to stop using it. But the best and latest available scientific evidence indicates that dental amalgam is safe” said Dr. Ronald Zentz, senior director of the American Dental Association’s council on scientific affairs.

ShopFreeMart products helps remove heavy metals from the body.

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