Chlorella’s cell wall binds to heavy metals and accelerates their removal. It also acts to remove toxic chemicals, enhances immune function, serves as an anti-bacterial and antiviral agent.
How To Use Chlorella
Chlorella is used in two ways – systemically and as an oral rinse.
The protocol for using chlorella is three days prior to the removal of amalgam and three to five days afterwards.
1. Systemically. Begin with 2 capsules: 1 in the morning and 1 at night. Add 2 capsules each day, until you reach a total of 8 capsules. Capsules must be taken at least 30 minutes prior to food consumption or no sooner than two hours afterwards.
If you experience adverse detox symptoms such as dizziness, diarrhea, or sleep disruption, decrease the dosage by 2 capsules/day until you reach a comfortable level.
2. Oral Rinse. Immediately following amalgam removal, we recommend rinsing for one minute with chlorella water. It’s an extra precaution to pick up metal residue that may have been left in the mouth.