Chelation can’t cure, though may provide a bit of results, but with side-effects. Prolonged use, as metals keep coming out “endlessly”, for yet unknown, but surely some reasons of its side effects itself, is thus very harmful. A lot therefore is compromised in the health aspects of such kids.
But in the first place why mercury concentrations are high in hair tissues of kids having autism?
The truth actually got out to be something very different. It actually doesn’t mean higher concentration of mercury in them, or most importantly it being the reason or cause of autism. There’s actually a very nice study to reveal/answer it, and thus a big slap on the face of chelation, wherein kids are put to so bad routine by many… So, wake up to the Fallacy…
Use the keyword “mercury” in the Find feature for this article to get to the specific details of reasons of higher concentration of mercury in hair tissues of kids with autism.
And certainly, the main finding which led to other details in the article, again are a cause of concern, though also giving a way to reduce the cases of autism.
Homeopathy never attributed higher concentrations of mercury in the kids to be the cause of autism. However, we know how many don’t listen, and are not willing to understand, as they get their bit of results. Even if some higher levels of mercury in them, that is not the cause of autism, and therefore removing it neither can provide cure. Hope this study helps them.
Have a right look at this too…
Healthy children not having autism having more levels of mercury, in proportion to the mercury level exposure of their mothers, http://nationalautismassociation.org/library/First%20Baby%20Haircuts.pdf. (The study/pdf though removed from net.)
When the cause of autism is not in the levels of mercury, you can’t look for cure there. Though, many may not accept, as they get their “a bit of” results at least. For really very few, and actually very few, this a bit is a bit or somewhat more. Therefore a lot of opposition/non-understanding is very much expected, as no parent seeing those few positives would like to feel that he/she is on the wrong path.. and rather even otherwise.
Really a very few see some better improvements, and thus a big caravan follows, despite it not giving the same results for others. A bit of improvements though get seen in the whopping (real) reported 74% stats! However, had the method been “the cure” for autism, all autism cases would have been cured by now.
As real cure is difficult to find, the number of people going after a bit of improvements would certainly be large. And very few seeing better changes, make the cult even stronger.
More so, it being done for soooo long, rather an endless time, years, for many, along with the need of diet restrictions, supplements, etc, is by itself a very good indication of it being the wrong method. Even then though, for a bit of improvements, everything is very much fair in this autism industry, and that’s a very sad reality! Hope it changes in some time…