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  1. Annerie Warrington

    I just discovered the yoniverse! I am suspecting mercury deposits on my pineal gland due to amalgam fillings. I was imagining that this is creating the disconnect to my lack of arousal. Do you have any advice?

    • Fantastic Annerie! Welcome! Yes, mercury and its subsequent calcifying effect on the pineal gland definitely affects our hormones and reproductive system – and yes, can also be responsible for lack of arousal. First thing I would recommend, if you haven’t done so already, is having your amalgam fillings removed. But be sure to be SUPER selective over which dentist you choose to do this for you – because it can be very harmful if not done properly. Google “how to safely remove amalgam fillings” and find a dentist who strictly follows the recommended guidelines (such as using a rubber dam to isolate each tooth, keeping the fillings cool and using a proper suction device to safely vacuum up all waste material being removed) so that you are not at risk from mercury contamination. Having done that, I would then checking out this series of articles by Scott Jeffrey – some great suggestions as to how you can first decalcify/detox your pineal gland and also how to protect and activate it again. Wishing you all the best Annerie 🙂 xx

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