Recognized by ADA

It is well known that mercury will store 1st in the kidney, 2nd in the liver, 3rd in the neurological tissue, 4th in the GI tract, and then in the rest of the tissues. Symptoms related to mercury are vast; however, even the American Dental Association (ADA) admits to the following symptoms:

  1. Tremor observed in fine voluntary muscle movement, such as handwriting, eventually progressing to convulsions
  2. Depression, fatigue, increased irritability, moodiness, nervous excitability – especially when criticized
  3. Inability to concentrate, loss of memory
  4. Insomnia or drowsiness
  5. Nausea and diarrhea
  6. Loss of appetite
  7. Birth defects in offspring
  8. Nephritis or symptoms of kidney disease
  9. Pneumonitis
  10. Swollen glands and tongue
  11. Ulceration of oral mucosa
  12. Dark pigmentation of marginal gingiva and loosening of teeth

Other documented symptoms that affect various body systems include the following:

Psychological and Behavioral
Anxiety
Emotional Instability
Apathy
Inability to concentrate
Confusion
Psychological disturbances
Depression
Lowered intelligence
Fits of anger
Manic Depression
Forgetfulness
Lack of self-control
Irritability
Short attention span
Hallucinations
Short-term memory loss
Nervousness
Sleep disturbances
Nightmares
Difficulty making decisions
Tension
Unexplained suicidal ideas
Your Dr. said, “It’s your nerves”
Digestive System
Colitis
Constipation
Ulcers
Diarrhea
Diverticulitis
Stomach cramps
Loss of appetite
Digestive problems
Frequent bloating
Frequent heartburn
Endocrine system
Arthritis
Increased sweating
Diabetes
Diabetic tendency
Edema
Thyroid dysfunction
Osteoporosis
Slow healing
Leg cramps
Weight loss
Kidney stones
Pain in joints
Cold hands and feet
Decreased sexual activity
Chronic low body temperature
Frequent urination – especially at night
Immune System
Cancer
Candia Albicans
Asthma
Mononucleosis
Allergies
Leukemia
Rhinitis
Swollen glands
Sinusitis
Chronic Fatigue
Epstein-Barr virus
Environmental illness
Hodgkins disease
Immune deficiency disease
Susceptible to flu, colds, etc

Oral Cavity
Bad breath
Bleeding gums
Mouth ulcers
Leukoplakia
Stomatitis
Swollen tongue
Loosening of teeth
Loss of teeth
Bone loss around teeth
Increased flow of saliva
Enlarged salivary glands
Burning sensation in mouth
Metallic taste in mouth
Periodontal (gum) disease
Sore throat – persistent cough
Central Nervous System
Dizziness
Convulsions
Dim vision
Epilepsy
Facial twitches
Insomnia
Voices in head
Hearing difficulty
Mental disability
Muscle paralysis
Muscle twitches
Multiple sclerosis
Ringing in ears
Speech disorders
Difficulty walking
Chronic headaches
Unexplained leg jerks
Failure of muscle coordination
Noises or sounds in head
Narrowing of field of vision
Numbness of arms and legs
Tremors of hands, feet, lips
Tingling of fingers, toes, lips, or nose
Loss of ability to perform hand movement
Cardiovascular System
Anemia
Agina
Heart attack
Heart murmur
Tachycardia
Pressure in chest
Arteriosclerosis
Irregular heartbeat
Unexplained chest pains
Skin
Acne
Excessive itching
Dermatitis
Rough skin
Skin flushes
Rashes
Energy Symptoms
Lethargy
Chronic fatigue
Drowsiness
Oversleeping
Tiredness
Lack of energy