One year ago I didn’t know what a cavitation was -let alone, heard of the term “Neuralgia Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis” (NICO, for short). But the world of electrodermal screening (otherwise known as “Electrical acupuncture according to Voll or EAV), which I have written about in previous columns, has given me new insights into the causes and cures of illness.
My first awareness of controversy surrounding the use of dental amalgam fillings arose in the mid-1980s on viewing a short ‘before and after’ video clip of a young girl who had suffered from epilepsy. She couldn’t have been more than 8 years old and for a number of years had experienced seizures every 10 minutes of her life that were uncontrollable by medication. Of course, the punch line is that immediately after the removal of the one amalgam filling placed in her mouth years before, the seizures stopped completely, never to return.