Quecksilber The Strange Story of Dental Amalgam 2004 (mercury filling poison)





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Published on Sep 13, 2013

Quecksilber (2004) and Rooted (2006) are each hour-long documentaries exploring the health threats from mercury fillings and root canal therapy as well as touching upon the toxic effects of fluoride in drinking water and going into the history and politics of dental practices. They enumerate the many diseases and disorders caused or exacerbated by these practices, including brain damage, kidney damage, birth defects, skin problems, allergies, infertility, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, autism, ADHD, and cancer, among others. They are both fully referenced documentaries produced by Dr. Robert Gammal, BDS aka La Mmag Productions. More info can be found at the sites www.quecksilber.net, www.rooted.tv, www.robertgammal.com, and www.lammag.com.

"Dental amalgam that is not in the mouth is called waste amalgam. It's regarded by the Environmental Protection Agency as a toxic waste hazard."


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