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KVICKSILVER MOT KVISSLOR!

Ungdomar & U-länder tycks behöva kvicksilver…!

En norsk undersökning från 2012 visar på höga halter av den giftiga tungmetallen kvicksilver i 8 av 31 krämer som dagligen används av unga mot kvisslor och ojämnheter i huden eller för blekning*. Kvicksilver kan bl a ge depression, njurskador och hud-
skador och produkterna hade bara engelskspråkig deklaration, eller ingen alls och kvicksilverinnehållet angavs inte, (Även i Sverige har man gjort liknande fynd 2005: sr.se.) Det är inte tillåtet att tillsätta kvicksilver i dylika produkter. (hoeye-vikksoelv-i-kosmetikk)  Men det är tillåtet att tillsätta det i tandlagningsmaterialet amalgam till 50 % (i de flesta länder).
Kvicksilver mot karies!
Mängden kvicksilver ökar i oceanerna. Därför behövs ett nytt FN-avtal (UN-treaty) vilket man jobbar på just nu, och i skrivande stund ringer en ilsken tandläkare (som tidigare har fått sin kvicksilverförgiftning godkänd som arbetsskada) och säger att Sverigesradio har citerat nån idiot från den internationella tandläkarorganisationen (FDI) som sagt att amalgam behövs i U-länderna, något som Lena Sahlberg, också tandläkare, inte håller med om. Hon tycker att det går utmärkt att använda andra material – även i Indien-  och citeras i Vetenskapsradion. Saknar Sahlberg klimatsmarta Doxadent, som hon var en fena på att använda - se nyteknik, och som marknadsfördes just med tanke på U-länder och unga? Se ’Tandvård’ ovan. BLOGGPOSTA permalänk Kvicksilver mot kvisslor!

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  1. [...] nån som vet att återkomma. Vá bra! P.s. Utgår ifrån att Unilever i varje fall inte använder kvicksilver mot kvisslor. BLOGGPOSTA permalänk Bisfenol i skrubb-tvål? Inlagd i Okategoriserade | Tags: bisfenol A, [...]

  2. admin skriver:

    U-länder kanske inte behöver kvicksilver, när allt kommer omkring.
    Så här skriver Svd:
    http://www.svd.se/nyheter/utrikes/globalt-forbud-mot-kvicksilver_7833114.svd
    och detta kom i ett mail:

    UN treaty on mercury expected to phase down amalgam globally;
    Draws praise from consumer, environmental, and dental groups Geneva, Switzerland
    —While no dental amalgam phase out date has been set, UN mercury treaty talks are expected to result in the phase down of dental mercury globally, says representatives of consumer and environmental groups attending the negotiations. Amalgam phase down text incorporated in Annex C of Article 6 on products is expected to shortly be transmitted to the Intergovernmental Negotiation Committee plenary for its approval.[1]

    “This is the beginning of the end of dental amalgam globally,” said Michael T. Bender, director of the Mercury Policy Project, a US-based NGO, who is attending the mercury treaty talks. “We applaud the leadership role the US played in jump-starting support for a phase down earlier in the treaty talks in 2011 along with the concrete steps the Nordic countries, Switzerland and Japan in phasing out amalgam.”

    “Countries that have phased out amalgam recognize that mercury-free dental fillings are readily available, affordable and effective,” said Charles G. Brown, Esq., World Alliance for Mercury-Free Dentistry, a global coalition of NGOs, dentists and consumers from over 25 countries. “This pushes the reset button on dentistry. Now the rest of the world can benefit from the experience of those countries.”
    The draft treat text outlines a variety measures countries can take to phase down amalgam, but shall include at least two of the several listed. These include setting national objectives minimizing dental amalgam use; promoting mercury-free alternatives for dental restoration; and discouraging insurance policies and programs that favor dental amalgam over mercury-free alternative dental restorations.
    Other measures are targeted at reducing global dental mercury pollution and involve restricting amalgam use to its encapsulated form and promoting best environmental practices in dental facilities. It also encourages dental schools to train dentists on using mercury-free alternatives and best management practice.
    Other countries have already been considering similar measures, due to the significant use and release of dental mercury pollution globally. A 2012 report for the European Commission EC recommended phasing out amalgam in five years.[2]
    The EC BIOS report also noted that mercury-free fillings appear more expensive than amalgam because of the negative external costs. Amalgam’s negative environmental effects are known and ultimately, society pays for the uncontrolled release of dental mercury, as explained in our 2012 report.[3]
    According to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the use of mercury in tooth fillings represents some 10% of global mercury consumption, thus being among the largest consumer uses of mercury in the world. UNEP estimates global use of dental mercury at between 300 – 400 metric tonnes per year.[4]
    Endnotes:
    [1]http://www.unep.org/hazardoussubstances/MercuryNot/MercuryNegotiations/tabid/3320/language/en-US/Default.aspx
    [2] European Commission report by BIOS: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/chemicals/mercury/pdf/Final_report_1107.12.pdf
    [3] “Real Cost of Dental Mercury Pollution,” by Concorde: http://mercurypolicy.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/real_cost_of_dental_mercury_april_2012-final.pdf
    [4] MAP/UNEP 2008
    Source: Mercury Policy Project, http://www.mercurypolicy.org

  3. [...] även illegal guldutvinning med kvicksilver att minska, kan man förmoda. Men hur blir det med kvicksilver mot kvisslor? BLOGGPOSTA permalänk Amalgam avvecklas! Inlagd i Okategoriserade | Tags: amalgam, FN-avtal [...]

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