What Are Neurotoxins

Neurotoxins are substances that when absorbed by the nerve endings disrupt vital functions of the nerve cell. The body has various ways to eliminate neurotoxins. The liver, kidney, skin and exhaling all contribute to the removal of neurotoxins.
Examples of neurotoxins are, heavy metals such as mercury, lead and aluminum. Food preservatives such as aspartame. Fluoride, PCBs, insecticides, formaldehyde, biproducts of viruses and fungi and more.
Symptoms of illnesses caused by or exaggerated by neurotoxins are fatigue, depression, memory loss, insomnia and loss of sensibility.
Depending on various factors such as genetics, prior illness, compromised lymphatic drainage system, EMF exposure, food allergies, trauma and lack of nutrition, the bodies ability to eliminate these toxins may be inhibited.
Cilantro may be capable of mobilizing cadmium, mercury, lead and aluminum in bones and the nervous system. The problem with cilantro is, that it will mobilize more than it can remove from the body. It therefore should be taken with a toxin-absorbing agent like chlorella.
Cilantro can be taken from a tincture, taking 2 or 3 drops at a time. Alternatively, you can rub 5 drops a day into the ankles. Cilantro tea is yet another option.

A quality water filter can help reduce your exposure to fluoride and other neurotoxins that are lurking in your water. 

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