13. Chelation Therapy

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What is Chelation? Post 13

Chelation therapy is a medical procedure that involves the administration of chelating agents to remove heavy metals from the body. It binds with metal in the body so that the metal loses its chemical effect.

Acute mercury toxicity requires immediate action and the process relies heavily upon chemical chelators. Acute mercury chelation is a very different process from chronic mercury dental ingestion chelation.

The patient suffered from chronic severe dental ingestion which included the highest levels of elemental/inorganic mercury, palladium and nickel.

NHS clinicians were not taught chelation difference between acute and chronic mercury toxicty, repeatably mis-diagnosing and providing the patient with incorrect medical information with regard to the life-threatening disease. Their untrained ignorance can actually worsen the disease and cause a patient further complications.

The 2- step process to help prevent further toxicity


Severe chronic dental ingestion is likely to be caused by a problematic dental inclusion of one or more dental fittings. It is finding that problem and removing it safely under holistic guidelines that can help reduce the ingestion of dental toxic vapour.


Chelation is crucial to help remove as much metal toxicity from the body as possible. The patient is in control, eating and drinking the right foods to help speed up the chelation process to remove the toxic metals that have been identified.

The diagnosis of chronic dental ingestion needs urgent detoxification.

A chelation process is a balancing act with mineral antagonists which dislodge the metals from the organs and tissues into the blood with chelating agents that bind the metals in the blood, and prevent them from being re-deposited somewhere else in the body, so that the kidneys can excrete them. Unfortunately, there’s no scientific way of measuring and assessing the balancing.

Chronic Dental Ingestion

Elemental Mercury in the amalgams mixed with other metal vapour in the patients oral cavity, becomes inorganic mercury metal toxicity and then builds up in organs, soft tissues and bone and is renowned for extremely slow excretion from the body, cleverly redepositing around the body during the chelation process with only a tiny amount being excreted. It takes years, if ever, to remove fully, so a variety of products need to assist in interrupting the recirculation of mercury, including pharmaceutical and organic foods used as chelating agents.

“There was no step-by-step guide available on the first day of diagnosis that provides information of how someone had actually successfully chelated chronic mercury toxicity from ingested dental toxicity available in the UK to refer to.”

The patient needing chelation

  • Most symptoms were associated with elemental mercury, palladium and nickel dental ingestion toxicity.
  • The Environmental 16 Metal blood tests had provided important general metal test result information that was suggestive of being attributed to dental use.
  • The electro galvanic tests confirmed heavy elemental mercury leeching from amalgams.
  • The testing of the oral cavity over a period of years provided evidence that Oral-Electro galvanism was speeding up the leeching and causing the vapour toxicity, where volltage recorded in the body was more than 10 times than the acceptable human level.
  • The Melisa dental tests provided additional evidence that elemental mercury (now inorganic) dental vapour ingestion was recorded at severe levels in the blood stream, including a year after chelation began, that included nickel and dangerous palladium.

Much research was undertaken as to best methods of chelating, finding products that worked and helped to prevent further toxicity.

Visual evidence was being recorded by way of non-evasive medical Thermal Imaging Scans, keeping a check specifically on what was happening around the centre of interest, the LR lower right jaw area as well as the rest of the body.

The Selenium mineral was also recording levels as too low, below the public range, whilst other dental-related metals such as cobalt and manganese were recorded as high, being on the top of the public range. Medical public ranges are well known to be biased high, at the best of times.

It was later found through mineral research that manganese in the body works in tandem with mercury speeding up toxicity greatly, helping to displace the ‘good’ minerals that are much needed in the body which is explained in further posts.

The first stage of chelation

Chelation in this medical case, was aimed primarily at the removal of the dangerous and life-threatening inorganic mercury vapour, working in tandem with improving selenium levels as quickly as possible, helping to maximise the prevention of further toxin ingestion.

Once it was felt that both areas were improving, the chelation of nickel was introduced.

There is little information about how to chelate dental ingested vapour palladium where the global dental profession state there has been not enough testing to establish a chelation programme. The highly repsected IAMOT states that chelation may be similar to mercury chelation.

Posts are in numbered order for completeness. You may like to read the next 6 posts about chelating and the next post about superfood, Chlorella, post 14.


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