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Norway- first country to ban mercury amalgam fillings

 
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Norway- first country to ban mercury amalgam fillings
(NaturalNews) Effective January 1st of this year, Norway has become the first nation to legislate a sweeping ban on the use of amalgam fillings in dental work. Previous laws forbid the use of mercury-containing fillings in more vulnerable segments of the population, such as pregnant women and children, but the new law is the first to forbid the use of
the toxic metal without exemption. Mercury has also been banned from all other products produced, imported, exported, sold, and used in the country.

In a prepared statement, Norway's Minister of Environment and Development, Erik Solheim stated that "Mercury is among the most dangerous environmental toxins. Satisfactory alternatives to mercury in products are available, and it is therefore fitting to introduce a ban."
Sweden has followed suit with a ban on mercury fillings effective April 1st, 2008, and other countries are now contemplating similar moves.

Amalgam fillings, which unbeknownst to many are composed primarily of mercury, raise the level of mercury circulating in the blood. Mercury is listed as one of the most toxic substances on earth and many who are sensitive to the substance have reported improvements in health upon
removal of the toxic fillings. The Norwegian and Swedish bans come at a time when alternative composite fillings have become strong enough to replace amalgams under practically any circumstance.

The issue, however, is as much environmental as it is salutary. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, medical waste incinerators emit 70,000 pounds of mercury into the biosphere each year, making medical use of the metal one of the leading contributors to mercury pollution. So the question has to be asked, why has U.S. policy
been so slow to catch up with common sense?

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In a prepared statement, Norway's Minister of Environment and Development, Erik Solheim stated that "Mercury is among the most dangerous environmental toxins. Satisfactory alternatives to mercury in products are available, and it is therefore fitting to introduce a ban."
Sweden has followed suit with a ban on mercury fillings effective April 1st, 2008, and other countries are now contemplating similar moves.

Amalgam fillings, which unbeknownst to many are composed primarily of mercury, raise the level of mercury circulating in the blood. Mercury is listed as one of the most toxic substances on earth and many who are sensitive to the substance have reported improvements in health upon
removal of the toxic fillings. The Norwegian and Swedish bans come at a time when alternative composite fillings have become strong enough to replace amalgams under practically any circumstance.

Go Norway!
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Re: Norway- first country to ban mercury amalgam fillings
bump
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Haven't mercury fillings been banned for years? I swear, in Canada at least, they haven't existed in a long time.
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Excellent! After years of strange, undiagnosable disorders I had all my amalgam fillings removed and have felt better than I have in years. Despite flossing and brushing more than average, I'd still get cavities, but since having those things replaced, no more cavities either. Good to see folks waking up to the dangers.
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Well Norway isn't in the EU so they can.

A good and important move anyway ...
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To anyone reading this thread who still has mercury amalgams installed in their teeth:

NEVER, and I mean NEVER..get a vaccine of any kind while you are having dental work done on your amalgams.

The vaccines (like Tetanus) have mercury in them, and that extra mercury overload at the same time you are having any amalgams drilled can result in a world of hurt for you.

There are people out there who have what is called burning mouth syndrome, whereby the tissues of the oral cavity feel as though they are burning. Quite unpleasant. I suspect the chief cause is mercury poisoning. Google burning mouth syndrome and mercury poisoning.

Get all your amalgams OUT. Do not get vaccines. The flu vaccines contain mercury.

If you feel you absolutely MUST get a vaccine, INSIST that it NOT contain mercury.

There are many suffering people out there. Once mercury gets a hold of you, it is difficult to get rid of..it could take years.

Prevention is the best route.
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Re: Norway- first country to ban mercury amalgam fillings
Many people diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) also had amalgam fillings. Once their fillings were removed, the MS disappeared.
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The rise of Parkinsons and MS is directly tied with the introduction of mercury into dental work. They will never admit that. If you have any watch how the dentist 'suits up' when he is working on them and tells you it is perfectly safe and ask him about his disposal procedures. I would bet just rinsing it all down the drain is a violation of clean water laws.
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I banned them and got them all take out of my mouth 9 years ago. All in two sittings. yea I had a mouth full for I ate candy as a kid.

I got my teeth filled at the Navy hospitals and with the aweful amalgams, and they could not care if you swallowed tons of shavings..... You don't want to know this, but when I had a colonic .. about 1 tablespoon of amalgam shavings came out! Since they were heavy they sank to the bottom and so we sifted them out and I could not beleive my eyes! They got stuck in the folds of the colon! I wonder if the bug I swallowed came out....

But no more yeast like infections, or other subtle illnesses.
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thats great news

they are an example to the rest
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bartmoon check my colon folds for mercury- muthafuckas!
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Re: Norway- first country to ban mercury amalgam fillings
The rise of Parkinsons and MS is directly tied with the introduction of mercury into dental work. They will never admit that. If you have any watch how the dentist 'suits up' when he is working on them and tells you it is perfectly safe and ask him about his disposal procedures. I would bet just rinsing it all down the drain is a violation of clean water laws.
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They quit flushing it down the drain 20 or more years years ago. That's why they went to suction completely, no more rinse and spit.

They know.

Disease, pain and suffering are very profitable.

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