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    Bonnie Laszlo HorowitzVonnie
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    This is off-topic, but I figured if anyone knows, maybe someone here does – I just had a urine metals test which showed very high levels of thallium – I can do research on the internet, but does anyone know what can cause thallium exposure and how to get it out of the body?

    Thanks!

    #8858
    Peter OsbornePeter Osborne
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    Vonnie,

    Thallium can be found in the water and soil.  Higher levels come from the use of petroleum based fuels and products.  Was the urine test that you performed a pre and post provocation test?  

    I would recommend that you filter your water with a whole house system.  It might be a good idea to get a water quality report for your city. Use only organic produce as this reduces the exposure to chemical  based pesticides, herbicides, etc. 

    A very good cost whole house water filter can be found at http://www.chemicalfreewater.net

     

    Take care,

    Dr. O

    #8859
    Bonnie Laszlo HorowitzVonnie
    Member

    Thanks for the feedback.

    Do you know of anything to remove the thallium in the body, for example saunas, etc.?

    I do take baths prescribed by my homeopath of baking soda and salt, and a mild solution of Clorox – Hazel Purcell's formula.

    Do you know of any oral chelates, etc.? I've tried blood chelation but would prefer to stay away from it.

    Wikipedia reports something about a product called Prussian Blue or Radiogardase which is useful to chelate thallium or cesium…

    We will check our village water report.

    We do have a good whole house filter.

    Thanks!!!

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