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Hidden Sources of Mercury

by in Environmental Medicine, Heavy Metal Toxicity, Mercury January 10, 2008

PhotobucketWhile you and your doctor are considering the possibility of Chronic Mercury Toxicity or while you are looking for ways to remove mercury in your immediate environment, avoid the items below. All items listed contain various amounts of mercury. Using them without precautionary measures could intensify chronic mercury toxicity symptoms.
Foods
Tuna – canned or fresh
Shellfish – shrimp, lobster, crab, oysters, etc.
Other large saltwater fish – swordfish, salmon, cod, etc.
Carrots-non organic
Lettuce
Grains treated with methylmercury fungicides – especially wheat
Kelp and other seaweeds
Cosmetics
Some hair dyes – read contents
Mascara – waterproof type especially
Skin lightening creams
Medications
Preparation H
Toilet paper made from recycled paper
Calomel – body powders and talc
Mercurochrome
Merthiolate
Laxatives containing Calomel
Psoriasis ointment
Calamine lotions
Contact lens solutions
Vaginal gels – especially those that are contraceptives
Miscellaneous
Latex and solvent – thinned paints
Fabric softeners
Floor waxes and polishes
Air conditioner filters
Wood preservatives
Cinnabar – used in jewelry
Felts
Adhesives
Tattooing
Batteries with mercury cells
Sewage disposal
Fungicides for lawns, shrubs and trees

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