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Humifulvate For Heavy Metal Chelation

Post  asdg23tda on Fri Oct 16, 2009 8:06 pm

Hi -

I came across this forum while I was searching for Humifulvate Therapy for Heavy Metal Chelation.

I see that it was discussed here by opening topics on this issue - so I feel free to ask a question here on a topic that is unrelated to the purpose of this forum. If I make any mistake -- you can move my message to anywhere approprite.

Ok - there goes my question:

I seriously doubt there is a disorder in my blood (some symptoms of Autism - to be more precise) - that can be some sort of infection or heavy metal toxicity - or anything similar. So I am firstly considering getting rid of heavy metal. I took a metal test - and waiting the results. Whatever the results be, I am guessing that there can be some kind of Heavy Metal Toxicity, even if the results do not indicate this.

And I ordered 3 bottles of humifulvate, will start to use it in the next days.

Are there any scientific studies that Humifulvate is effective, can anyone give examples and point me to website resources? I am talking about getting rid of the heavy metals located in brain which are the toughest to do so - due to Blood-Brain-Barrier.

So if anyone used it -- what are your experiences? Can you share here your experiences - findings?

And importantly - what is the maximum proper dosing that is harmless and the length of using? Is it suitable for long term use when assuming that there can be a high amount of heavy metal toxicity? What are your suggestions?

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Re: Humifulvate For Heavy Metal Chelation

Post  CausticSymmetry on Fri Oct 16, 2009 8:33 pm

http://www.humifulvate.ca/research_Humifulvate.html

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Re: Humifulvate For Heavy Metal Chelation

Post  hapyman on Sat Oct 17, 2009 3:53 pm

I've been taking it on and off for a few months now. All signs seem to point to it working but I am also doing other complementary things. I started doing heavy metal detox for other brain related dysfunctions such as anxiety, memory et al. I also recommend getting enough natural minerals in your diet if you are chelating. Humifulvate is reported as not leeching this items but it is always good to make sure. Specifically for metal toxicity, supplementing with selenium is probably a good idea and Zinc and Magnesium are good as well. I take these along with Iodine to help in the heavy metal process and also to treat a possible low thyroid function. For brain repair I have been using doses of Niacinamide, phosphatidylserine, Omega-3s and other vitamins. Since starting all of this my symptoms have been greatly reduced. Recently I took a 4 week break from the humifulvate and a few minor symptoms returned so I am doing another rotation of it.

For humifulvate I take one pill before bed every night on an empty stomach with a glass of water. I think this is the best bet vs. higher doses as the detox is very mild and gentle. Most days I can not tell that I am chelating. Other agents or diets I have used in the past usually present themselves with a lot of detox symptoms/reactions. It will take some time and healing doing it this way but it is really safe and effective from my experience.

Hope this helps. Good luck!

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Re: Humifulvate For Heavy Metal Chelation

Post  asdg23tda on Sat Oct 17, 2009 9:41 pm

Causticsymetry - Thanks for the link.

Hapyman, thank you for the good luck wishes, it is much appreciated.

I am saving your post so that I benefit from your experience.

I have some similar symptoms such as the ones you mention - and in my case there are some additions such as Autistic-like and Schizophrenia symptoms.

I have been using medical drugs and they relieved some of my symptoms to some extent. But since June I am deeply interested in Natural remedies - and they seemed to help me a lot. I have tried lots of things and found the best combination. Whenever you need me to share my findings with you - you can ask me and I will share them. As it is late here I will not post all of them in case you might not need to learn. You can PM me - and whenever I read, I can also contribute to your search in Mental Health.

OK. I will be starting Humifulvate within 2 days - may be today........ And I hope to get the best I can achieve.

Best wishes to you.

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Re: Humifulvate For Heavy Metal Chelation

Post  xyion1 on Thu Jan 28, 2010 9:43 pm

I know I'm bumping an old thread but: any reportable results?

I've just realized that I have some amalgam fillings (I was unaware about the mercury part) so I'm thinking about purchasing Dr. Laszlo Meszaros' Metal Shield or ToxGuard which contain Humifulvate.

I'm not even sure I HAVE any problems with heavy metals, I feel great most of the time. Could doing this hurt? Or have adverse affects to hair? The fillings are only a couple years old, so they aren't structurally compromised or anything to my knowledge.

Anything I should supplement along with the Humifulvate? Can I keep going with IH top6/toco-8, etc in conjunction?

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Thu Jan 28, 2010 11:23 pm

xyion1 - Unfortunately, mercury always leeches out from the teeth, from the day they are placed until they are removed.

Humifulvate will not adversely affect the mercury in the fillings, because Humifulvate binds to mercury in the blood stream and in the cells.

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Re: Humifulvate For Heavy Metal Chelation

Post  xyion1 on Fri Jan 29, 2010 1:12 pm

CausticSymmetry wrote:xyion1 - Unfortunately, mercury always leeches out from the teeth, from the day they are placed until they are removed.

Humifulvate will not adversely affect the mercury in the fillings, because Humifulvate binds to mercury in the blood stream and in the cells.

CS - what do you recommend then? Should I go and take humifulvate for one or 2 months per year (spaced out) to chelate? Should I constantly be taking them? I don't think a dentist will take out a viable filling (or, insurance won't cover it anyway). At $10 for 30 caps its pretty expensive for the humifulvate product.

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Fri Jan 29, 2010 4:50 pm

xyion1 - If you decide to eventually get these removed, then would recommend you consult this site for a proper dental referral. These dentists are trained by one of the most experienced dentists in amalgam removal who use special procedures. Maybe your insurance will take it.

http://www.hugginsappliedhealing.com/alliancedentist.php

If not, then using Humifulvate can at least cope with removing this from tissues.

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Re: Humifulvate For Heavy Metal Chelation

Post  xyion1 on Sun Jan 31, 2010 3:18 am

CausticSymmetry wrote:xyion1 - If you decide to eventually get these removed, then would recommend you consult this site for a proper dental referral. These dentists are trained by one of the most experienced dentists in amalgam removal who use special procedures. Maybe your insurance will take it.

http://www.hugginsappliedhealing.com/alliancedentist.php

If not, then using Humifulvate can at least cope with removing this from tissues.

CS - Thanks for the link. I am actually headed in to the dentist in a week or so (for a cleaning) so I'll ask them how the fillings look. I didn't realize about the mercury in the fillings (2-3 years old now) until recently. No root canals or anything, thankfully.

I ordered 3 bottles of Humifulvate, I will take it for 1 month straight then stop for 2-3 months before the next bottle. It does say its not recommended for long-term use. If it works, then $30 a year to be heavy metal free is a small price to pay (until I actually get rid of these fillings).

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Sun Jan 31, 2010 5:24 am

xyion1 - Getting a "cleaning" is one of those unnecessary dental visits. Even worse is that the cleaning will invigorate more mercury to be released.

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Re: Humifulvate For Heavy Metal Chelation

Post  edony on Mon Feb 01, 2010 8:11 pm

CS- do you mean that dental cleaning is harmful in any way? I thought it was the only way to remove the plaque and prevent teeth cavities along w a sensible diet
I personally have one every 3 months.

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Post  kijumn on Mon Feb 01, 2010 8:54 pm

edony,

I don't believe I've ever had my teeth cleaned and I've never had a cavity. I credit that towards changing my toothbrush every week as well as other measures.

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Post  edony on Mon Feb 01, 2010 9:06 pm

Yeap Jdp, i 've seen your recommendation in an older thread.But since having braces for the second time ,I find that plaque forms pretty easily and rapidly,it's so hard to properly clean my teath without visiting the dentist every couple of months.I have no cavities either though.
Maybe I should work harder on that low oxalate thing,mostly on a GFCF diet some months (w some cheating during holiday Wink )
But still is the dental cleaning procedure hazardous?

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Mon Feb 01, 2010 10:16 pm

edony - Well there's fluoride, that isn't needed. Dental cleaning is unnecessary. Just as long as the pH doesn't get too low (3.5) then you can be free of cavities. Water, salt is usually all that's needed. For some, maybe dental tape is helpful if the teeth are very close together.

I often wash my mouth out with xylitol.

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Re: Humifulvate For Heavy Metal Chelation

Post  edony on Tue Feb 02, 2010 9:33 am

CS- so you mix some salt in water and rinse out after food?
Would baking soda in water work equally effective?

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