Mark FW said...
Stopped the protocol due to heavy metal redistribution reaction. .... I’ll be starting the ACC protocol in mid Oct and focusing on HM using low dose chelation.
I think I am having problems with heavy metals now that I am sympton free
I have constant ringing in my ear
Sometimes when I go to sleep I see Blue Dots (think that is arsenic)
I googled "ACC" and found the protocol, 25mg of ALA and DMSO and DMPS
Is there any cheaper way to deal with this?
Right now I am stuck. I don't want to stop treatment, because now I can walk for 45minutes to an hour (probably indefinitely) and wake up, go to bed. How do I know if I have heavy metal? I feel tired, but it is different than the lyme fatigue. I have been eating more now that I have felt better where as before I was on a pretty good "lazy" fasting streak. I am having problems remembering words and addresses, but it comes and goes. I would say my cognitive ability has greatly improved but the problems are I feel different. I read your comment and wonder if it has something to do with heavy metals and my sudden recovery and lots of die offs.Be carful with HM treatment, it’s important you get it right. I stumbled on the ACC Facebook group and decided to go that route. It may not be the only but it’s way way more thought out than any Lyme protocol. Many Lymers there treating HM. It’s a much more disciplined approach in that Andy Cutler, a chemist, developed a HM protocol, treated himself and wrote 2 books.
He used a hair test and developed interpretation “rules” that determine if your body is HM comprised. The biggest source in mercury from dental amalgams but there are people who were exposed in other forms.
It’s a bitoverwhelming at first and the protocol involves specific timing on dose schedule.
I.d recommend starting out by reading up to page 31 of his book maybe start with pg 29. Andy Cutler Amalagam illness on google books.
Then join FB fours and read Files ,,,especially helpful Is the protocol flow chart.
Warning, this is a very dedicated admin group to using the ACC protocol. There is no debates or speculation and discussions about
other protocols are not allowed.
It’s a ACC treatment support group and don’t be surprised if you cross the line at first. They’ll let you know when you do.