Oral Metal Detoxification
Is it safe to have metals in your mouth? For most people, the answer to that question is presumably, yes. The reason why is because metal has been placed in people’s mouths for decades, and for the most part, no one noticed any “significant” symptoms directly related to the use of metals this way.
However, does history mean that we should continue this trend?
We went from using asbestos in our house insulation, lead in our paint, and cocaine in our soda, to making drastic changes AFTER we found out how harmful these materials are in our body. We can now say the same about the metals in our mouth.
How do metals in our mouth cause health problems?
If you accept that our body is a complex web of ions moving in and out of cells, then you also believe that we are living organisms of electricity and energy, easily influenced by frequencies and radiation.
Having different metals in our teeth is like having a battery in our mouth. A battery works when ions move from one metal to a different metal. The solution or medium that these ions travel in is our saliva. This electrical current causes a disruption in our system.
If we have metals in our mouth, then it is best to have them replaced with plastic or porcelain restorations.