acteria, yeast and algae. These microrganisms use nutrients like cysteine, metallothionine, amino acids and various trace minerals to break down metals, chemicals and toxins in the soil (67)
Mines are apparently flooded with water containing microbes and fungus that draw the minerals and metals from the earth which are then filtered out to be used in industry. Bonaventura (68)
One useful technique is to combine whey with pseudomonas bacteria and this process is successful in breaking down PCB’S (Polychlorinated Biphenyls) leaving only salt and water as a result. The nutrients involved make the microbes grow very similar to commonly used lawn fertilizers and the process involves sugars, alcohol, organic acids and carbon. (70)
Fungi that are sulphur based can either be of the saprophyte type or parasitical and are used as a degrading process in toxin remediation.
Waste water plants have used bacteria for many years to clean chemicals and environmental toxins for tap water use.
Bear in mind these microbes have been around for 3.7 million years and have adapted and thrived despite all manner of climate change. A single gram of soil is said to contain between 1 million and 10 billion microrganisms
and there is no compound known to man, whether man-made or natural, that microrganisms cannot degrade. Most are found in the top 12 inches of soil and they use the chemicals as their food source.
These methods herald an exciting new field and more importantly are proving very cost effective in managing wastes such as chemicals, heavy metals and most environmental pollution. Governments are now seeing this as an alternative to the escalating costs of waste in the environment.
It is only natural that what is happening in the environment is most probably occurring in ones own body suffering chronic illness. There has been an increase of 5% mercury pollution year on year on the earth since the 1970’s and male marine mammals are growing female sex organs that may lead to a serious threat to our reproduction capabilities.
The role of microbes becoming endemic due to global warming is well documented with many parasites that were once thought to be only in far off places being found locally and playing a role in many chronic illnesses due to worldwide travel. (71)
Algae bind to metals and acts like an iron exchange, its portion of amino acids adhere to the metal surface, pulling it away from its binding site.
Ultrasound and algae are being successfully used to clean up mercury in sediment from waterways in experiments by Ohio State University. The study found within minutes, ALL of the mercury was bound up in algae using ultrasound techniques. Bioresonance therapy has the tools to break down mercury very similar to this by using sound frequencies and using a range of algae’s and sulphurs that bind up mercury and excrete it safely (72)
All living things survive by a delicate balance in the earth’s ecosystem and are dependant on physical as well as chemical balance. The physical properties of life can be affected by an imbalance of frequencies. Allergies in particular are known to be caused by not only the offending allergen but the frequency of that allergen. Professor Cyril Smith of Salford University has carried out experiments in this field and one has only to consider that the level of metal toxins from amalgams and the high density of electromagnetic radiation coincide with the explosion of allergies in the last 50 years. (73)
Bioresonance therapy is able to access and reduce or eliminate allergens on a level equal to none. Paediatrician Dr
Peter Schumacher trials with children have shown 84% of allergies were eliminated and 11% improved. (74)
We now know that parasites, fungi and bacteria act as storage mediums for environmental toxins. (75) Hulda Clarke (Cure for All Diseases) their aim in the body is the same as in the environment i.e. to mop up, oxidise, degrade and process all these toxins. They do this by stealing the body’s own vitamins and minerals.
The classical Herxheimer’s reaction after treating Candida is mainly down to heavy metals or chemicals being released. Patients with Candida and other forms of fungal strain often complain of not being able to tolerate
chlorines, perfumes, cosmetics and bleaches. In the brain where metals are trapped and spinal cord Candida is nearly always there in abundance.
All microrganisms that are resistant to therapy and medicines respond much quicker, or even do not need treating at all after successful elimination of metals and chemicals.
Methylation of mercury occurs through microbial breakdown as a natural process.
Once mercury is mobilised out of organs and can no longer be tested by energetical means, we used to assume there were no more metals to be found. Fortunately, with energy medicine technology we are now able to open up the intracellular space where mercury and intracellular microbes are often stored. We do this by using a 3-6 square wave with positive offset. This allows a “window” of roughly 20 minutes to test metals and associated parasites, fungi and bacteria and treat accordingly. This is a major break through as previously, through traditional resonance testing it was presumed that there were no metals or microrganisms left in the body. The intracellular space is now accessible.
Bicom Bioresonance also now has a unique system of filtering both metals and chemicals out of the body at a much greater rate than previously, thanks to the development of a filter organ ampoule testing and treatment system developed by the eminent naturopath from Germany, Alan Baklayan. Ampoules have been created to give an enhanced signal and with a two input device, that can breakdown the metal, chemical and microrganism directly out of the organ.
The excretions come directly out of the body through the skin onto hand and footplates.
Residues for mercury are at this time awaiting analysis.
Who is the likely sufferer, and who escapes?
The ability to be able to adequately detoxify being the most the most important part and this is not just down to APO-E levels. The accumulative load is paramount because once the production of glutathione stops, detoxification is very seriously compromised and supplementing will not work in these cases. Oxidative stress and degeneration are inevitable.
Hereditary factors do come into play as there are some patients with a mouth full of amalgams that suffer no ill effects, yet another will be highly susceptible with only two fillings. Protein diet is essential as mercury breaks down much more easily in an acid dominant Ph than an alkaline one as mentioned earlier.
Bile production is obviously the key as up to 90% of excretion occurs this way.
Naturally occurring sulphurs in garlic such as cysteine and glutathione have achieved success in binding lead bound to bacteria and excreting it naturally, particularly from the blood. (76)
Green algae’s, brown and particularly red (which is stronger) have proved the most successful in breaking down mercury. Some, even after chelation with DMSA (dimercaptosuccinic acid) and DMPS (dimercapto-
propane-sulfonic acid) coriander (cilantro) and Humic acid.
Unfortunately, selenium in supplement form acts similar to homeopathic mercury. It binds up mercury tightly in organs and tissues and one suspect’s makes mercury in-accessible to adequate detoxifying means, not advisable for those with mercury in the brain, but may be used with problems of retoxification.
Phytoremediation and Bioremediation theory may be the answers to many chronic illnesses that have an environmental cause. The connection between metals, chemicals, electromagnetic pollution and microbe resistance cannot be ignored and gives the environmentally aware practitioner the tools to achieve lasting success.
Nutritional Influences on Mercury Detoxification
Milk increases mercury absorption from the intestinal tract thereby decreasing mercury faecal excretion due to the binding of the fatty acids from milk triglycerides. There is no doubt as to the detrimental effects of milk in delaying mercury detoxification during Bioresonance therapy as treatment is more successful when combining milk and associated micro organism strains together when breaking it down through resonance. (77)
High protein eaters mobilise mercury at a much faster rate than vegetarians due to this
reason, though adequate liver function is necessary due to the release of mercury from tissues
into the liver. (78)
Wheat is an interesting substance that appears to help the brains neurotoxin effects of mercury and reduces mercury in both the blood and small intestine. (79) Unfortunately, because of the levels of Candida associated with mercury, I believe wheat to be detrimental in these cases because of its interaction with chemicals bound in fungicides and may help store mercury in the large intestine despite its fibre content. Though this could be due to poor liver function and the amount of mercury stored in that organ.
Soy protein has shown some ability in mobilising mercury from organs, as has the effects of alcohol on detoxification due to being a potent stimulant to the liver.
Vitamin B12 supplements used in breaking down mercury will be more successful in a patient who is milk intolerant because of the undoubted link to ascaris and milk intolerance that causes blocked lymph. This is where L-cysteine, wormwood and high dose papaya succeed.
High dose digestive enzymes achieves success with these children because of the enzymes destruction of biofilm commonly found in the colon in autistic spectrum cases. B2 can also be added if there is a chlorine connection particularly in those suffering from asthma. If fact B12 does show promise in these studies on brain tissues and spinal cord as well the liver and is a must in those milk related autism cases. The difficulty is finding a way for the
body to absorb it in large enough doses. IV is probably the best and great changes can be
achieved fairly quickly with those who are anaemic.
Supplementing B12 with Vit C however is contraindicated, as studies show absorption of mercury in the brain (80)
Cysteine combined with methionine protects the brain against mercury but does not break it down. Similar results can be achieved with Lipoic acid and methionine.
Omega 3 in fish oils must not be under estimated. Brain power changed dramatically when humans started eating a fish diet many thousands of years ago and Osteopaths using cranial techniques can feel dramatic changes in CSF motility after supplementation of these oils in only a matter of weeks. The scientific literature suggesting higher IQ levels are only a small part of the extremely beneficial effects on the developing brain of children who
regularly consume omega 3’s. Enhanced lymph drainage via structural release that the oils achieve is excellent. Birth trauma associated with autism can be improved significantly by the same supplementation and a long period of breastfeeding that releases brain tension.
Pesticides no doubt play a role in the brain degeneration of neurological diseases and with autism too and their introduction and subsequent increase also coincide with the gradual onset of brain problems. These toxins also destroy nerve tissue and babies are extremely vulnerable to them. Levels in breast milk have reached alarming levels and because they are designed to kill the nervous system of the plant it is obvious their effects on levels of protective fatty acids in brain tissue play a significant part in the role of autism. Their reduction from EU advisors is a significant step in the right direction.
Vitamin E, whilst providing protection, does little in breaking down mercury, however, lipoic acid does seem to be a successful sulphur supplement that increases bile excretion according to research carried out by Gregus. (81)
Coriander/Cilantro here proves to be useful as it directly stimulates bile and has stood the test of time. It also has shown to break down mercury in the brain and can be used as a challenge test, followed by mercury porphyrine test levels or Bioresonance energetical organ testing that can trace the mercury into each organ during excretion.
Chlorella is effective for those with mercury in the liver but must be combined with MSM (methyl-sulfonyl-methane) for those with bowel retained mercury. Red, and some brown algae will break down mercury very quickly, but the problem lies in not breaking it down, but mobilising it efficiently safely not to cause retoxification via the liver.
That is why maximum bile production is of paramount importance in all patients.
Zinc has shown to slightly decrease mercury whole body load and particularly in the kidney and is nearly always deficient in mercury laden patients.
Copper increases whole body retention of mercury by 50%, except in the kidneys, where it decreases it, though this research has not been copied elsewhere.
Chloride inhibits mercury uptake but its uses in detoxification are not yet proven.
Sodium Chlorite is best avoided for this purpose.
Selenium is useful in low doses for the liver and kidney, but controversy still exists as to its binding effects with mercury in the brain. There is ample evidence that it does bind to mercury, but if you have mercury in the brain, this is the last place you want to bind it. Particularly in patients with autism and Alzheimer’s, though in an acute mobilisation I can see the benefits short term. It is not a supplement I use for this purpose unless I am comfortable
there is no brain mercury. (82)
OSR (Oxidative stress reducer) newly created by Prof. Boyd Haley at CTI Science shows exciting promise, in not only detoxification of metals and chemicals, but also in restoring glutathione levels to normal. An absolute essential for long term health and immunity. For those that are sulphate sensitive, molybdenum counteracts against the allergic reaction of sulphur based products. OSR can be enhanced by taking phospholipid exchange.
Toxicologists are well aware of the dangers to living tissues exposed to ethyl and methylmercury, especially nerve tissue. In the United States the Vaccine Injury Compensation Programme paid out a multimillion dollar settlement to Hannah Poling, April 2008 and there are another 5,000 law suits waiting (83)
Only studies by toxicologists not associated with mercury manufacturers can be relied on. The ADA is not responsible for any mercury causing illness as they do not mix the metals together and neither do the manufacturers, only dentists do.
In the UK, we have one of the highest amounts of amalgams per mouth in the western world. We have some of the highest reported cases of autism and neurological disorders too.
Russia banned mercury in 1980’s and withdrew thimerosal in the 1990’s. So, why have the government not actively encouraged the withdrawal of mercury used in dentistry in this country yet?
More amalgam fillings were put into UK mouths during the 1950’s and the vast increase of Alzheimer’s disease has come five decades later and vaccines containing Thimerosal reached an alarming 237mg by the time the child had reached two years old.
Just bare in mind adequate testing methods are still poor for metals and chemicals in organs where most of it is stored. Better MRI scan technology is showing promise in thisfield. However Bioresonance testing does give
the practitioner a sensitive level of testing and treatment in this sphere of environmental causing illness.
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