By Mike Adams
A scientific study has found that using mobile phones can accelerate the release of toxic mercury from dental fillings. This is especially noteworthy given that many people hold their mobile phones right next to their jaws when talking on them.
You can also find the abstract of this study at the National Library of Medicine. A similar study which looked at MRI fields instead of mobile phone use is published at The International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Mercury release from dental amalgam restorations after magnetic resonance imaging and following mobile phone use was originally published in the Pakistan journal of biological sciences: PJBS, Publication Date: 2008; Study Author(s): Mortazavi, S M J;Daiee, E;Yazdi, A;Khiabani, K;Kavousi, A;Vazirinejad, R;Behnejad, B;Ghasemi, M;Mood, M Balali; Institution: Department of Medical Physics, School of Paramedical Sciences, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran
Also see Intra-oral air mercury released from dental amalgam for another study showing how mercury fillings release mercury into the mouth.
The authors of the mobile phone study concluded that “MRI and microwave radiation emitted from mobile phones significantly release mercury from dental amalgam restoration.”
This means when you hold a mobile phone next to your jaw, you are driving electromagnetic energy into the mercury fillings in your mouth, heating them up just enough to accelerate their release of mercury. You then inhale the mercury which enters the bloodstream, poisoning your brain and kidneys.
Mercury makes people insane
It is well known that metallic dental fillings respond to electromagnetic radiation. This is due to the laws of physics that describe how metals are influenced by the kind of electromagnetic fields emitted by mobile phones.
The accelerated release of mercury from dental fillings may even help explain the increased insanity now being witnessed across society. Mercury, which makes up about 50% of “silver” fillings used in dentistry, is a toxic heavy metal associated with mental insanity. The term “mad as a hatter” originates from observations that hat makers who used mercury in the processing of hat components often went insane.
The modern derivative term “quack” even comes from “quick” which is derived from “quicksilver,” the common name for mercury. Doctors used mercury for hundreds of years as a treatment for a wide assortment of medical conditions, claiming patients were getting better even as they were being systematically poisoned (much the same still goes on today with chemotherapy).
Mercury fillings are also linked to Alzheimer’s disease. See Alzheimer’s disease, dental amalgam and mercury.
A binary weapon that threatens humanity
In effect, mercury dental fillings and mobile phones have created a “binary weapon” of mass metals poisoning and cognitive insanity. While mercury fillings (called “silver fillings” by the dishonest dentistry industry) have been toxic since the very first day they were used, they are now far more toxic because of the ubiquitous use of mobile phones by nearly everyone.
You may have even noticed that the people of the modern world seem to have gone more insane as mobile phone use has risen over the years. While this observation is anecdotal, it seems to be backed by legitimate science.
While there are many chemicals and heavy metals that might contribute to mental insanity in our modern world, few of those chemicals are inhaled directly into the lungs the way mercury vapor is inhaled from dental fillings. Even eating mercury or lead is not nearly as toxic (at the same concentrations) as inhaling those toxic elements. The lungs deliver toxic vapors directly to the bloodstream, practically guaranteeing toxic elements will be deposited in tissues of the brain, heart, kidneys or other internal organs.
The American Dental Association, which owns patents on mercury fillings, ridiculously insists that dental amalgams made of mercury pose no risk whatsoever to human health. While this view was ignorantly accepted in, say, the 1950’s, it is hopelessly obsolete in 2016.
WARNING: Do not get mercury removed from your mouth by a conventional dentist
If you’re seeking to have mercury removed from your mouth, you must work with a holistic dentist who provides you with supplemental oxygen during the removal procedure.
Drilling on mercury fillings releases toxic mercury vapor that you may inhale. You’ll also likely swallow tiny mercury particles during the procedure. The solution to the particles is to consume peanut butter, strawberries or chlorella both before and after the procedure. These are three foods that I have experimentally found to be the strongest binders with dietary mercury. See Health Ranger research breakthrough: How to block nearly all the mercury in your diet using common, everyday foods.
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