Subscribe to Klinghardt Newsletter

Seminars & Workshops
Products & Tools
About Dr Klinghardt
Klinghardt Videos
Find a Certified Practitioner
5 Levels of Healing
Autonomic Response Testing
Pre Pregnancy & Pregnancy
Disease Conditions
Medicines & Remedies
Heavy Metals
General Disclaimer
Delivery Policy
Refund & cancellation Terms
Heavy Metal Detoxification
DMPS Challenge Print E-mail
DMPS Challenge

DMPS (Sodium 2,3-dimercaptopropane-l-sulfonate) is a sulfonic acid salt with free SH-groups that forms complexes with heavy metals such as mercury, cadmium, arsenic, lead, copper, silver, tin, and others. This agent was first developed in China, was then introduced in Russia (used for workers injured by exposure to heavy metals) , and went from there to West Germany. Professor Max Daunderer, M.D., in Munich published a number of papers on the use of DMPS1,2. He found that DMPS is the ideal agent to detox patients who have suffered from amalgam toxicity after the fillings have been removed. Intravenous DMPS leads to dumping of large amounts of heavy metals through the kidneys. 50% are excreted during the six hours following the shot, 90% after 24 hours. Oral DMPS leads to excretion of heavy metals mostly via the stool, but has been in our experience much less effective. DMPS has been proven to be the ideal agent to "clean" the kidneys of heavy metal residues and improve kidney function in patients who have been exposed to heavy metals3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 .

Mercury Vapor Print E-mail
The video below, courtesy of the International Academy of Oral Medicine presents physical evidence of mercury vapor release from a 25 year old amalgam filling, and an overview of the scientific data confirming its distribution to the vital organs of the body.

Every dentist proclaiming the safety of amalgam fillings should be encouraged to watch this short overview before delving deeper into the scientific literature.

Mercury Detoxification: Perpetuating Factors, Problems and Obstacles Print E-mail

Mercury Detoxification: Perpetuating Factors, Problems and Obstacles
by Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, M.D., PhD

presented at the annual meeting of the American College for the Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) in Reno, Nevada, October 1999


  1. poor urine or stool collection: metallic mercury evaporates at room temperature and becomes a gas that is invisible, has no taste and no odor. It slips through any crack in any container. It is also chemically agressive and will react with most plastics or even slip through the wall of the container and can be detected on the outside. In dentistry it is known that metallic Hg, liberated when fillings are removed, freely passes through 6 layers of latex into the skin of the dentist. Washing the container with nitric acid has shown some benefit. Other compounds of mercury present in urine or stool may react with the container in unpredictable ways.

Mercury as pathogenic factor Print E-mail

2010-2020 Discovery Health Solutions
2 Orchard Way, Warren, USA, NJ 07059
Tel: 908-899-1650 eMail: