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Nirvana
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Seattle, WA
180 posts, Nov 2001

posted 11-01-2001 04:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Nirvana     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
The basic premise is that the herb cilantro causes the cells to open up and excrete their heavy metals like mercury and aluminum. The system works best when combined with chlorella to "mop up" the heavy metals. This method has been promoted by Dr. David Williams in his "Alternatives" newsletter among others. http://www.drdavidwilliams.com/

I am on my seventh day of taking the Cilantro pesto described in the link below and some raw Cilantro leaves too. I'm also taking several Chlorella pills per day, and the B3 vitamin (to stir up the fat tissues and get the metals out) is in the multi that I take daily. Dr. Williams does not mention B3 or Chlorella by the way. Chlorella is mentioned on a couple of websites I've seen.

Plus, it's very cheap and low-impact vs. EDTA I-V type drips which can cost about $100 per treatment.

You can also find more information on the web by putting the keywords "cilantro chelation" into a good search engine like google.com.

I also recommend a liver cleanse. 'Stones' in the liver ducts and gall stones can be safely excreted from the body using simple olive oil and epsom salt if a proper sequence. I've done this myself and got out many stones. http://www.drclark.net/info/liver.htm

Steve

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This is from an article found in the newsletter "Alternative" dated June, 1998. A Dr. Yoshiaki Omura discovered
almost by accident that the leaves of the coriander plant can accelerate the excretion of mercury, lead and aluminum from the
body. He performed a study in which three amalgam fillings were removed from an individual using all the precautions available to prevent absorption of the mercury from the amalgam. Significant amounts were later found in the individual's lungs, kidneys,endocrine organs, liver and heart. There was no mercury in these tissues prior to the amalgam removal.

Remarkably, without the help of any chelation agents, cilantro was able to remove the mercury in two to three weeks. (Acupunct Electrother Res 96;21(2):133-60)

German physician Dr. Katrin Bieber presented exciting information at the First Annual Blood Analysis Symposium in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, in May 1997. She explained that cilantro, by some still-unknown mechanism, opens up cell membranes so mercury can be taken out. She noted that cilantro also performs this function in the brain, and she has seen years of depression lifted in several patients who have had heavy-metal detoxification. Dr. Yoshiaki Omura (1995) confirmed the additional ability of cilantro to mobilize mercury rapidly from the central nervous system; this is a revolutionary discovery.

"To help escort those heavy metal poisons out, the formula offers sweet-water algae and the herb Coriandrum sativum (cilantro), both of which are remarkable detoxifiers. Algae and aquatic plants are known to “sponge up” metals and other toxic elements from contaminated water (Wang 1998). Then, once the cilantro pushes mercury out of its storage container, the algae can be used to bind to the excreted toxin and drag it out of the body."

Pesto recipe: http://www.royalrife.com/mercury.html

Taken from: http://www.journaloflongevity.com/JOLWeb/Archives/07July2000/toxins2.html

Some MD notes on heavy metal detox: http://www.neuraltherapy.com/a_metals_disease.asp

This is kind of interesting too: http://oringtest.hoops.ne.jp/11thMed/abnormaldeposits.htm

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Thermit
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Houston, TX
2691 posts, Jul 2000

posted 11-01-2001 04:35 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Thermit   Visit Thermit's Homepage!   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for the tip, Nirvana.

I LOVE cilantro!

That stuff is an important part of Mexican cooking. Lots of it on a fish taco, mmmmmmmm....

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3T3L1
Differentiated Mouse Fibroblasts


Lubbock, Texas
1347 posts, Mar 2001

posted 11-01-2001 05:15 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for 3T3L1     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
A fish taco??? What are they feeding you down there in Houston, Thermit? Do you need a Lubbock CARE package???

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FLKook
Chemspiracy Realist


East Central Florida
706 posts, Apr 2001

posted 11-01-2001 05:22 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for FLKook     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
OMG, 3T3! You don't eat fish tacos!! My husband makes the best. The question isn't what they are feeding Thermit, it is what are you missing. My personal favorite...fresh line caught yellow fin tuna seared to perfection with all the traditional taco toppings....mmmmmm! Grouper or Mahi Mahi also make an awesome taco. Get with the program.

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3T3L1
Differentiated Mouse Fibroblasts


Lubbock, Texas
1347 posts, Mar 2001

posted 11-01-2001 05:56 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for 3T3L1     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
fresh line caught yellow fin tuna seared to perfection with all the traditional taco toppings....mmmmmm! Grouper or Mahi

This may explain my cultural difficulties, FLKook: "Fish" in Lubbock means a nearly-dead playa-lake-caught species of unidentified origin, or canned tuna.

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Duncan Kunz
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582 posts, Oct 2000

posted 11-01-2001 07:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Duncan Kunz     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
3t3, we're only a couple of hours from Puerto Penasco, and if you haven't had any fish tacos, you haven't lived. Thermit and FLKOOK, maybe we'd ALL better send a care package to this poor deprived woman.

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Duncan Kunz / duncankunz@home.com
Mesa AZ / 480-891-2525

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3T3L1
Differentiated Mouse Fibroblasts


Lubbock, Texas
1347 posts, Mar 2001

posted 11-01-2001 07:57 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for 3T3L1     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Uhhhhh...thanks...perhaps the Ethiopians or Afghanis might need fish tacos more than me...

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penumbra
quarky


North Carolina
668 posts, Apr 2001

posted 11-01-2001 09:06 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for penumbra     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for the info Nirvana!!! I love cilantro, in fact I just got finished eating some vegetarian chili with cilantro. Great news! Will be checking out your links. I've never had fish tacos either, but my curiosity is piqued.

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Nirvana
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Seattle, WA
180 posts, Nov 2001

posted 11-01-2001 11:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Nirvana     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Fish tacos are okay, but there's nothing like a lobster burrito! Ha, just kidding. I did have one in Belize though. They even mixed it with refried beans. That's a first. 25 cents each ten years ago on Caye Calker. :^)

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amber
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uk
445 posts, May 2001

posted 11-02-2001 05:14 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for amber     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
stupid english person here - what's cilantro?

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Thermit
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Houston, TX
2691 posts, Jul 2000

posted 11-02-2001 09:00 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Thermit   Visit Thermit's Homepage!   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

quote:

Cilantro - pronounced [sih-LAHN-troh]

This member of the carrot family is also referred to as Chinese Parsley and Coriander. It is actually the leaves (and stems) of the Coriander plant. Cilantro has a very pungent odor and is widely used in Mexican, Caribbean and Asian cooking. The Cilantro leaves look a bit like flat Italian parsley and in fact are related.



http://gourmetsleuth.com/cilantro.htm

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defender
TELEVISION IS MIND CONTROL


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1115 posts, Oct 2000

posted 11-02-2001 11:52 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for defender     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanx Nirvana,

I'll be eating lots of cilantro now too, (at least until I can replace my lead fillings)!

I'm also taking Glutathione capsules. I think I read that they will also remove metals?

BTW, I miss all the 'Souper Salads' and 'Taco Cabanas' and 'Ziggys' on Alabama (for antelope burgers), and that great health food store that moved from Shepard to Kirby (Whole Earth Foods?)...and 'Graybeards' and 'Cafe Express' and 'Empire Cafe' and 'Brazil' and 'Dietrichs' and 'Fitzgerald's' and 'Rudyard's' and 'Spy' and 'Ruggles' and 'Otto's' and '59 Diner' and ............ (I must be hungry...and homesick for Houston & Galveston!)

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amber
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uk
445 posts, May 2001

posted 11-02-2001 01:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for amber     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for the info Thermit

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Catnip57
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Central Washington
503 posts, Apr 2001

posted 11-16-2001 01:54 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Catnip57     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I hate to admit this... but I've never had a fish taco either...It's funny too cause we have lots of Mexican restaurants around here and the first time I had a taste of Cilantro was in a Taco Bell taco. Sorry to say but I think ones preference for Cilantro has to be acquired over time. My first time eating it wasn't too great... I can't stand the stuff. .... I wouldn't be able to eat it in any large quantities unfortunately.

So now I'm wondering if there's an alternative herb that might work almost as well?

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Ellyn
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1203 posts, Jul 2000

posted 11-17-2001 05:52 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Ellyn     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thank you for the information on cilantro--a very tasty and useful herb.

I have also been informed that eating berries such as raspberries, blackberries, boysenberries, blueberries (although hybridized strawberries are not so useful) will help pull out some of the metals we have ingested from the chemtrail spraying process and reduce some of their toxicity. When choosing a fruit, these are very good choices for this purpose.


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Catnip57
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Central Washington
503 posts, Apr 2001

posted 11-19-2001 01:15 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Catnip57     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for the suggestions Ellyn... I enjoy all kinds of berries...hopefully I can plant some more rasberries in my garden next year. I would have planted strawberries last year but the drought put a stop to my plans.

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KnewEyes
watcher


under those cloud-like things
665 posts, Apr 2001

posted 05-29-2002 10:39 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for KnewEyes     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
just bumping Nirvana's find..
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Here is a recipe for mercury chelation that was sent to me by a lady in Kennewick Washington. It appears to work for other metals also. Alpha lipoic acid can also be considered for mercury and other heavy metals chelation. This is from an article found in the newsletter "Alternative"dated June, 1998. A Dr. Yoshiaki Omura discoveredalmost by accident that the leaves of the coriander plant canaccelerate the excretion of mercury, lead and aluminum from thebody. He performed a study in which three amalgam fillings wereremoved from an individual using all the precautions available toprevent absorption of the mercury from the amalgam. Significantamounts were later found in the individual's lungs, kidneys,endocrine organs, liver and heart. There was no mercury in these tissues prior to the amalgam removal.Remarkably, without the help of any chelation agents, cilantro was able to remove the mercury in two to three weeks. (AcupunctElectrother Res 96;21(2):133-60)Recipe for Cilantro Pesto
(Make that "Chelation Pesto")
1 Clove garlic
1/2 cup almonds, cashews, or other nuts
1 cup packed fresh cilantro leaves
2 tablespoons lemon juice
6 tablespoons olive oil

Put the cilantro and olive oil in blender and process until the cilantro is chopped.
Add the rest of the ingredients and process to a lumpy paste. (You may need to add a touch of hot water and scrape the sides of the blender.) You can change the consistency by altering the amount of olive oil and lemon juice, but keep the 3:1 ratio of oil to juice. (It freezes well, so you can make several batches at once.He recommends a couple of teaspoons a day for two to three weeks once or twice a year.
http://www.royalrife.com/mercury.html


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Nirvana
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Seattle, WA
180 posts, Nov 2001

posted 05-30-2002 02:02 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Nirvana     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Howdy KnewEyes,

Interesting you should bring up this again. I just bought a couple of nice organic bunches of cilantro today and at some raw tonight! Just 89 cents each, bargin. Remember, you can just eat the stuff raw too. I made that cilantro pesto recipe last year and found it a bit dry and nutty. Just my personal taste.

FYI. Here's another article I found a while back:

The Poor Man's Chelation Therapy
From Alternatives

There's nothing I like more than learning about inexpensive, common herbs or spices that exhibit unusual healing properties. Historically, the use of herbs and spices in cooking evolved as a method to preserve foods and make them safer to store and eat. While we've grown accustomed to using these items to enhanced or accentuate flavors of food, researchers continue to discover that they have much more to offer than just good taste. A recent example involves the work of Dr. Yoshiaki Omura.

Dr. Omura recently informed us that he discovered almost by accident, that the leaves of the coriander plant can accelerate the excretion of mercury, lead and aluminum from the body. He had been treating several patients for an eye infection called trachoma (granular conjunctivitis), which is caused by the micro-organism Chlamydia trachomatis. Following the standard treatment with antibiotics. Dr. Omura found that the patients' symptoms would clear up initially, then recur within a few month. He experienced similar difficulties in treating viral related problems like Herpes Simplex types I & II and Cytomegalovirus infection.

Cilantro Helps Flush Out Heavy Metals
After taking a closer look, Dr. Omura found those organisms seemed to hide and flourish in area of the body where there were concentrations of heavy metals like mercury, lead and aluminum. Somehow the organism were able to use the toxic metals to protect themselves from the antibiotics.

It just so happens that while he was testing for those metals, Dr. Omura noticed the mercury level in the urine increased after one consumed a healthy serving of Vietnamese soup. The soup contains Chinese parsley, or it is better known in this country, cilantro. (Some of you may also know it as coriander, since it comes from the leaves of the coriander plant.)

Further testing revealed that eating cilantro also increased urinary excretion of lead and aluminum. And when cilantro was used concurrently with antibiotics or natural anti-viral agents and/or fatty acids like EPA with D.A., the above infection could be eliminated for good. (Acupnct Electrother Res. 95:20 (3-4): 195-229.) Dr. Omura has made a remarkable discovery. He's found a novel technique which greatly increases our ability to clear up recurring infections both viral and bacterial. And perhaps more exciting, he's discovered an inexpensive, easy way to remove (or "chelate") toxic metals from the nervous system and body tissue - one that anybody can use.

This is Great News for Amalgam Sufferers
Chelation therapy using chemicals like EDTA has long been used to help remove these heavy metals, but cilantro is the only natural substance I'm aware of that has demonstrated this ability. This will become news for people suffering from the ill effect of amalgam dental fillings, which contains approximately 50% mercury.

Dr. Omura recently performed another study in which three amalgam filling where removed from an individual using all of the precautions available to prevent absorption of the mercury from the amalgam. Even with strong air and water suction, water rinses, and a rubber dental dam, significant amounts of mercury were later found in the individual's lungs, kidneys, endocrine organs, liver and heart. There was no mercury in this tissue prior to the amalgam removal.

Remarkably, without the help of any chelation agents, cilantro was able to remove the mercury in two to three weeks. (Acupunct Electrother Res 96;21 (2): 133-60.) Since some of the patients didn't like the taste of fresh cilantro, Dr. Omura had a pharmaceutical company create a 100 mg cilantro tablet. In the above dental study, one tablet was taken four times a day. As of yet, I haven't been able to find a tested commercial tablet of cilantro.

It is believed that the active components in cilantro are easily destroyed during processing. For this reason, I recommend sticking to fresh herb. It can be eaten raw in soup or salad, on tacos, or as garnish with practically any dish.

Cilantro is best taken in organic form, free of pesticides and most potent. Eat it raw or mixed into salads in uncooked form for two weeks. Combine the Cilantro consumption with Chlorella to help “mop up” and excrete the heavy metals from the body.

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