Re: [Autism-Mercury] re: why not EDTA?
- View SourceGreat I will look that up, thank you so much
From: Bernard Windham <berniew1@...>
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Date: Thursday, August 31, 2000 8:27 PM
Subject: [Autism-Mercury] re: why not EDTA?
>why is it that now it seems or on this list it seems that DMPS and the
>other chelation products are now used instead of EDTA? Why does this
>form of Chelation seem to work better than the older type. Susan
> Scientific studies have shown that DMPS and DMSA are more
>effective chelators for mercury than EDTA, which isn't very effective
>for mercury. I have references somewhere. www.altcorp.com also
>does(Boyd Haley-U. of Kent.)
>Also same site has reference that EDTA forms extremely neurotoxic
>compounds with mercury and affects brain/memory/etc.
> EDTA is good to chelate excess calcium, but should not be used
>until mercury level is lowered using something else in Dr. Haley's
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