I am interested to know if anyone has reliable information regarding possible
mercury content of sea vegetables that have been suggested as being beneficial
for electrical sensitivity and other health issues. I believe sea vegies are a
fantastic source of many trace minerals, however I see no reason why these
minerals would not include mercury, if the sea vegies are sourced from polluted
seas (which is almost everywhere, particularly around the many Asian countries
that produce the largest volumes of these products). I know it is possible to
get some certified organic sea vegies, however these are generally extremely
expensive and I have doubts that organic products are used in all supplements
recommended in this group. Anyway, any information about suppliers, sources or
general information on organic sea vegies would be appreciated. Thanks
From: Marc Martin [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Thursday, 1 July 2004 12:25 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: RE: [eSens] Sheilding
>A Springlife polarizer may be an inexpensive tool to help with this.
I agree -- devices seem to be a cheaper, more practical, and sometimes an
even more effective alternative to shielding.
>You don't want to drown yourself in white light from the polarizer, but
>rather just use the white light as a shield.
Is this your own theory, or based on something else that I could read?
I've never read this on the Polarizer websites. I've noticed when going to
my nutritionist for muscle testing with these things, she often recommends
putting them nearby, as opposed to being on my person.
By the way, I never found an acceptable solution with the Springlife
Polarizers and that new LCD monitor I bought. The Quantum Products were
the only thing that made it tolerable. Since my cats react badly to the
Quantum Products, I've just gone back to using my old CRT.
As for why the LCD might be worse than a CRT for me, I suppose they might
be generating more EMF noise than a CRT. Or perhaps the mercury content or
the frequencies in the florescent backlight is provoking mercury
mobilization in my head. The symptoms I'm experiencing with the LCD are
the same symptoms I get when taking a lot of chlorella or coral calcium --
a feeling of swelling/pressure in my brain/head area, skin eruptions in my
scalp, difficulty to concentrate. Plus a burning sensation on my skin. I
don't get these symptoms with my CRT at 800x600 resolution plus the
Springlife Polarizers, but 1024x768 resolution does cause me some problems
(although not as bad as this LCD).
Since the cats have a problem with too many devices in the house, I'm
looking more at taking things internally. For instance, my nutritionist
recommended "Primal Defense", which I have also found to be helpful. Also
"Sea Energy" (or "Seasilver") helps. Also, I'm just starting to experiment
with something I briefly tried a few years ago then shelved called
This has quite a detox effect on me (even still), but I'm not sure if it
helps with EMF. They make an EMF protection sticker to put on cellphones,
which uses the powder as it's active ingredient, and this seemed to
eliminate the headaches my wife got using her cellphone:
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>I am interested to know if anyone has reliable information regarding possible
>mercury content of sea vegetables that have been suggested as being beneficial
>for electrical sensitivity and other health issues.
Some of the sea vegetable supplements (e.g, Seagreens) have been tested for
heavy metal content, and the amounts have been reported as negligible.
I've also heard that the salt-water environment enables them to not pick up
as many heavy metals as algae grown in fresh water, but I don't know if
that's true or not. Also, some of the mercury-poisoned folks are able to
identify significant amounts of heavy metals in foods/supplements after
ingestion, due to their reactions. And as far as I know, sea vegetables as
a class haven't provoked bad reactions in these folks (and I'm including
myself in this category)
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