Research: OMURA and colleagues, Hea

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Abstract

OMURA and colleagues, Heart Disease Research Foundation, New York USA write that due to the reduced effectiveness of antibiotics against bacteria such as Chlamydia trachomatis, alpha-Streptococcus, Borrelia Burgdorferi and viruses such as the Herpes Family Viruses in the presence of mercury, and the fact that mercury exists in cancer and pre-cancer cell nuclei, the authors consider that the presence of dental amalgam, containing about 50% mercury in the human mouth is considered to be a potential hazard to health.

Background

Methodology

In this case study 3 amalgam fillings were removed and replaced with a synthetic dental-filling substance, which was solidified using a curing light which was radiated onto the substance to accelerate the solidifying process by photo-polymerisation.

Results

Despite meticulous care to avoid the inhalation of mercury vapour or to swallow minute mercury particles, mercury entered the body of the subject. All precautions used, including the use of a rubber dam, strong air suction and frequent water suctioning and washing of the mouth did not prevent the significant deposits of mercury which were found in the lungs, kidneys, endocrine organs, liver and heart the day following the dental procedure. The authors speculate that enhanced mercury evaporation by increased temperature and microscopic amalgam particles creating by drilling may have contributed to mercury entering the lungs and GI system and the blood circulation, creating abnormal deposits of mercury in the organs mentioned. Such mercury contamination could then contribute to intractable infections or pre-cancer. These mercury deposits were successfully eliminated by the oral intake of 100 mg tablet of Chinese parsley 4 times per day, along with a number of drug-uptake enhancement methods developed by the authors. The ingestion of Chinese parsley, accompanied by drug-uptake enhancement was started prior to the amalgam removal and continued for 23 weeks following, whereupon the mercury deposits were eliminated. During the photo-polymerisation reaction, the adjacent gingiva and side of the tongue were inadvertently exposed to the strong bluish curing light, which was found to produce pre-cancerous conditions in the gingiva, the exposed areas of the tongue as well as in the corresponding organs represented on those areas of the tongue and abnormally increased enzyme levels in the liver. These abnormalities were also successfully reversed by the oral intake of a mixture of EPA with EHA and Chinese parsley, accompanied by the non-invasive drug-uptake enhancement methods described previously, repeated 4 times each day for 2 weeks.

Conclusion

References

Omura Y et al. Significant mercury deposits in internal organs following the removal of dental amalgam, and development of pre-cancer on the gingiva and the sides of the tongue and their represented organs as a result of inadvertent exposure to strong curing light (used to solidify synthetic dental filling material) and effective treatment: a clinical case report, along with organ representation areas for each tooth. Acupunct Electrother Res 21(2): 133-60. Apr-Jun 1996.

Comment

The Chinese parsley saga continues from Issue 16 (December/January 1997) in which the author accidentally discovered Chinese parsley eliminates bacteria and mercury by eating Vietnamese soup. I refer the reader to Issue 16 for more enlightenment on the early aspect of the saga. Again, this original and somewhat bizarre research is riveting to me, not the least that I had all my amalgam fillings removed about one year ago, with the use of rubber dam and bluish curing light, etc. I sincerely hope that this Chinese parsley tablet will be crossing the Atlantic as soon as possible!

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