mercury detoxHi. I just had a mercury filling removed and replaced with a composite one without any safety procedures. Does anyone have experience of good remedies or would a nux/sulphur detox be a good start?
pippin on 2011-07-28
The only guide to prescribing remedies in homoeopathy is the symptoms. Someone will need to take your case, prescribe on the specific symptoms you have (looking at your whole health picture). This remedy, chosen this way, will create a high level of health, allowing your body to naturally elminate any toxins or pathogens.
Taking remedies for reasons other than matching your symptoms to the symptoms of the medicine, is fraught with danger - side effects can happen in homoeopathy too.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
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