Diseases Caused by Mixed Metals in the Mouth & Methods of Treatment.

BY DR. DIANA MOSSOP

Le Prevot, Inner Road, St. Clement, Jersey, JE2 6QQ, Channel Islands.


It is my clinical experience that about 80% of my patients suffer from some form of health disturbance as a result of metal pollution. We are surrounded by metals. Contaminated water supplies, air pollution from industry and petrol fumes. Heavy metals which accumulate in our food as result of high levels of metallic/chemical compounds used on the land and in the food industry. Metals penetrate through the skin as a result of contact with jewellery and watches. Fun jewellery and cheap watches are particularly hazardous as the metals used are often not properly bonded. However, by far the most aggressive source of metal pollution comes from our mouths.


Sadly, because of changes in alimentation and diet, we are now producing children with malformed jaws and so orthodontics have become popular and unfortunately in some cases necessary. It is now common practise to introduce several metals in the mouth at one time and this causes numerous complex heath problems.


This is a complicated subject because all metals vibrate on a different frequency according to their atomic number and weight and have a magnetic field of their own. The healthy human body produces a current of 54 microamps. Since metals vibrate on an antagonistic electro-magnetic frequency, they cause serious interference in the nervous system. The body comes into contact with toxic substances every second of our lives and in a healthy person these poisons are eliminated through the lymphatic system faster than the speed of sound. This process, which occurs as a result of mild inflammation, irritation and subsequent elimination, can easily be disturbed when poisoning occurs continuously, as in the case of metals in the mouth. Furthermore, it is dangerous to place metals in the mouth since they are assimilated directly into the bloodstream via the salivary glands. This is the first stage of the digestive system for certain oligo elements and nutrients and is also an effective method of administering certain forms of remedy. Homoeopathy, Diana's Energy Harmonisers and Bach Flower Remedies all utilise this instant absorption process.


Metals are antagonistic to the human body for a number of different reasons :


The electro-magnetic frequency of metals differs from that of a healthy human frequency. Mixed metals in an acid or alkaline solution create a battery.


A battery cell contains two plates of dissimilar metals (called electrodes) immersed in acid, alkaline or salt solution (called the eletrolyte). When a wire is connected to the two electrodes, a chemical reaction occurs between electrolyte and electrodes which causes free electrons to move along the wire. The movement is electric current.


Regrettably, it is this chemical reaction which occurs in the mouth, creating electricity of differing frequency depending on the metal of the electrode, which is responsible for the complex and disturbing deterioration of the health of persons with mixed metals in the mouth. Since the metals act as electrodes whilst the saliva acts as the electrolyte, metals in contact with each other or metal pollution in our food act as the contact which creates the connection. One of the most serious effects of disturbances in the electromagnetic field force in the mouth is tempro-mandibular joint misalignment.


Metals have a very strong magnetic field. Human energy depends on magnetic energy as well as electrical energy. Some metals are positively charged and are, therefore, attracted to the left of our bodies which is the North pole of the body and other metals are Negatively charged and are South seeking and attracted to the right side of the body. Therefore, metals have a drifting characteristic in the body.


The following metals are positively charged and affect the body on the left : Gold, Mercury, Nickel, and Cobalt. (Lead and Iron, though not used in dentistry are frequently present in the lymphatic system because of their presence in the environment.) The following metals are negatively charged and affect the body on the right : Aluminium, Cadmium, Copper, Tin and Chrome.


Metals have very specific effects on different organs and systems of the body. Metals also vibrate on different colour frequencies and block the body on the corresponding specific colour chakras or levels.


Each tooth in the mouth is situated on a different meridian and although each metal has an insidious effect on the body depending upon which it is, it further complicates the situation depending on where the metal is placed and upon which meridian.


The inherent strengths and weaknesses of the individual further affect the ensuing level of health degeneration as a result of the specific toxicity.


There are a number of different metals used in dentistry but by far the most common substance is Dental amalgam. The definition of amalgam is any of various alloys of mercury, with other metals, such as, tin or silver. In fact amalgam fillings consist of approx. 40% mercury, 60% silver with an addition of copper, tin, zinc or nickel.


Metals currently in use for Dentistry :

  • Aluminium used rarely.

  • Cadmium used fairly frequently.

  • Cobalt used frequently.

  • Chrome used frequently.

  • Gold used fairly frequently.

  • Mercury used frequently.

  • Nickel used frequently.

  • Copper used infrequently.

  • Silver used frequently.

  • Zinc used infrequently.


- Aluminium (Al) : Atomic number 13, atomic weight 26.98. Used as temporary stoppers before placement of crowns. Mixed with chrome for orthodontic work. Current produced is 39 microamps. Colour - Indigo


Diana's energy harmoniser antidoteflower.


Nutritional antidote : Chromium 300mcg. : Strawberry Calcium 500 mg. seeking. Negative.


Treatment point : Control point Magnetic field : Right, drift. South of the limbic nervous system. (Acupuncture point situated centrally between the eyebrows).


Symptoms of toxicity : Alzheimer's disease, loss of memory, nervous system disorders, confusion, premature senility and senile dementia.


- Chromium (Cr) : Atomic number 24, atomic weight 51.996. Used as a component of stainless steel, used as a fixture for crowns and as pins for dentures and orthodontics. Current produced : 63 microamps. Colour vibration : Violet. Diana's energy harmoniser antidote : Sweet Violet.


Nutritional antidote : Chromium GTF 100mcg, zinc 10-30mg. Magnetic field : Right drift, south seeking, Negative.


Treatment point : CMP Crown. Acupuncture point for somatic nervous system).


Symptoms of toxicity : Depression and emotional disorders. Chromium is one of the major components of insulin. Chromium deificiency causes high blood sugar and diabetes.


- Cobalt (Co) : Atomic number 27, atomic weight 58.9332. Mixed with chrome for crowns, mixed with cadmium for dentures (In hydrated form to colour the plastic pink). Current produced : 22 micriamps. Colour vibration : Indigo. Diana's energy harmoniser antidote : Strawberry flower.


Nutritional antidote : Oligo elements. Cobalt, Zinc and Nickel. B12 100mcg. Folic acid 5mg, Iron 50mg. Spirulina. Magnetic field : Left drift, North seeking.


Treatment point : Control point of the limbic nervous system situated centrally between the eyebrows.


Symptoms of toxicity : Cobalt is carcinogenic and causes tumour. Sedation of the limbic nervous system, paralysis on the left side of the body, particularly the neck and shoulder. Nervous twitch, loss of control of body movement, clumsiness, chronic fatigue. Embolism and stroke, blockage in the carotid artery on the left. TMJ. Pins and needles, numbnes and tingling in the extremities. Pernicious anaemia. Blood disorders and liver malfunction. (Cobalt is a natural component of B12, therefore cobalt poisoning causes B12 deficiency.


- Cadmium (Cd) : Atomic number 48, atomic weight 112.4 Used in dental amalgam, as well as dental materials for dentures. (Nickel cadmium accumulators). Current produced : 65 microamps. Colour vibration : Blue. Diana's energy harmoniser antidote : White Chrysanthemum.


Nutritional antidote: Iron 50mg. Magnetic field : Right drift, South seeking, Negative.


Treatment point: Acupuncture point according to Voll. Lateral side of ring finger, SMP, Thyroid on right hand.


Symptoms of toxicity : Right sided thyroid and the ascending colon disorders.


- Copper (Cu) : Atomic number 29, atomic weight 63.54. Used in amalgam but not very frequently. Current produced : 42 microamps. Colour vibration : Indigo. Diana's energy harmoniser antidote : Strawberry flower.


Nutritional antidote : Zinc 30 mg. Magnetic field : Right drift, South seeking.


Treatment point : CMP Limbic Nervous System.


Symptoms of toxicity : Acne, Blood disorders, Nervous system disorders, Infertility, Endometriosis.


- Gold (Au) : Atomic number 79, atomic weight 196.967. Crowns, support pins and as support for ceramic crowns. Bridge work. Current produced: 86 microamps. Colour Vibration: Yellow. Diana's energy harmoniser : Fennel, and Marsh mallow.


Nutritional Antidotes : Potassium 150mg. Magnetic Field : Left drift. North seeking.


Treatment point : Right big toe, medial side CMP pancreas and the triple warmer point on the ring finger lateral side left hand.


Symptoms of toxicity : Sharp pains in the stomach and duodenum, varicose veins and broken capillaries, bruising, Hodgkins disease. Disturbances in the conduction system of the heart.


- Mercury (Hg) : Atomic number 80, atomic weight 200.59. Amalgam fillings : Approx 35% amalgam consists of mercury. Current produced : 70 microamps. Colour Vibration : Green. Diana's energy harmoniser : Yarrow.


Nutritional Antidote : Selenium 250mcg. Magnetic Field : Left Drift, North seeking.


Treatment point : CMP heart (inner side of the little finger right hand).