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News1990April › Amalgam fillings › April 1990

Amalgam fillings

Your suggestions and comments about removing mercury from the system once amalgam fillings have been removed continue to arrive

Your suggestions and comments about removing mercury from the system once amalgam fillings have been removed continue to arrive. One reader suggests Essiac tea, while another recommends brown algae marketed as Modifilan.

And we've been taken to task over something we didn't say about coriander last week. One reader agrees that the herb is good for flushing mercury and alcohol from the system - but it does it via the skin and breath. In short, it's a very antisocial way of doing it.

But he was concerned that we should say that herbs are natural and free of side-effects - but we've never said they are! Herbs are very powerful, and should be treated with the same caution you'd exercise with a prescription drug, and should only be taken after consultation with a qualified herbalist.


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