Heavy Metal Detoxification


Chlorella and Cilantro Protocol to remove Heavy Metals.
  • 100mg per Kg body weight each day of Chlorella (buy Jarrow 1Kg powder)
    Note: 1 Teaspoon contains approx 3.5grams of Chlorella.
    Note: Add Chlorella to a glass of water, stir well and drink.

  • a squeezed handful of fresh Cilantro (aka Chinese Parsley or Coriander) each day.
    Note: Take 30 minutes after the Chlorella.
    Note: Juice with other veges.

The Science behind the Treatment
Chlorella intake is effective in reducing Mercury accumulations in tissues, including the brain, through enhanced excretions in faeces and urine. (1)

Chlorella intake is effective in reducing Lead accumulations in the blood, liver and kidneys. (2)

Chlorella is useful in detoxifying Cadmium. (3)

Cilantro (aka Chinese Parsley or Coriander) accelerates the excretion of Mercury, Lead and Aluminium from the body through the urine. (4)

Cilantro was observed to remove inorganic (Hg2+) and methyl Mercury (CH3Hg+) from aqueous solutions with good efficiency. (5)

References:
(1) Uchikawa T, Kumamoto Y, Maruyama I, Kumamoto S, Ando Y, Yasutake A.
Enhanced elimination of tissue methylmercury in Parachlorella beijerinckii-fed mice.
J Toxicol Sci. 2011 Jan;36(1):121-6. Link to Abstract    Download Full Article

(2) Uchikawa T, Ueno T, Hasegawa T, Maruyama I, Kumamoto S, Ando Y.
Parachlorella beyerinckii accelerates lead excretion in mice.
Toxicol Ind Health. 2009 Sep;25(8):551-6. Link to Abstract

(3) Nagano T, Suketa Y, Okada S.
Absorption and excretion of Chlorella ellipsoidea cadmium binding protein in rats.
Nihon Eiseigaku Zasshi. 1983 Oct;38(4):741-7. Link to Abstract

(4) Omura Y, Beckman SL.
Role of mercury (Hg) in resistant infections & effective treatment of Chlamydia trachomatis and Herpes family viral infections (and potential treatment for cancer) by removing localized Hg deposits with Chinese parsley and delivering effective antibiotics using various drug uptake enhancement methods.
Acupunct Electrother Res. 1995 Aug-Dec;20(3-4):195-229. Link to Abstract

(5) Karunasagar D, Krishna MV, Rao SV, Arunachalam J.
Removal and preconcentration of inorganic and methyl mercury from aqueous media using a sorbent prepared from the plant Coriandrum sativum.
J Hazard Mater. 2005 Feb 14;118(1-3):133-9. Link to Abstract