Will Activated Charcoal Thicken My Blood

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Malix Says:
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I'm on nakatonnese but my blood thickened regardless. I suspect it's bentonite clay so I've stopped taking it. I am using activated charcoal to detox - recently extracted amalgam filings. I need to know if activated charcoal will be fine to use


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Verwon Says:

Hello, Malix! How are you?

Actually, what you need to be aware of is that there is no scientific or medical proof that doing these types of detoxes do anything, according to the AMA and NIH.

Your body naturally detoxes itself from such things, that is what your liver is intended to do and, if you've absorbed mercury, or other harmful substances from having amalgam fillings, it is just going to take time for it to leave your body. There is really nothing you can do to speed up or alter the natural process.

And given that you are worried about blood thickening, it would be best not to take anything, even over the counter products, without your doctor's approval.

Are you on any other medications?

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