Lead Toxicity

Lead toxicity may be associated with constipation, abdominal cramps, dizziness, anxiety, irritability, nervousness, restlessness, high blood pressure, apathy, depression, tremors of the hands, muscle and joint pain, poor coordination, sallow complexion (grayish-greenish-yellow tint), convulsion, seizures, paralysis, vomiting, weight loss, ringing in the ears, headaches, decreased cognitive functioning, poor concentration, increased susceptibility to colds and infections, and generally decreased immune functioning.   Sources of exposure:  cigarette smoke, eating lead based paint (children in older housing), eating and cooking foods in ceramic glazes that are lead based, leaded gasoline or aircraft fuel, contaminated water, canned foods (with lead solder seams), insecticides, living in an inner city that may have elevated lead air levels.

Intravenous EDTA chelation removes heavy metals from the bloodstream.  Homeopathic dilutions of lead stimulate the release of heavy metals from all tissues of the body.  Frequent saunas may also be beneficial,

Example of a homeopathic heavy metal detox:  https://vitamost.club/products/hmx-homeopathic

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