For those detoxing heavy metals NBMi is
Hope on the Horizon.
are not the same product.
If you detox metals, you may have heard of NBMI, by Emeramed. It has had a few name changes in its history and has also been known as OSR, Irminix or Emeramide. The compound was sold as a supplement for many years, but in order to provide it for its highest and best purpose as a heavy metals chelator, it had to be submitted to the FDA for trials. Currently, NBMI is in that process and has not yet been approved for use as a drug. Therefore, it cannot be sold to the public.
On line reports by “users” have a wide variety of comments. Some claim success and others include side effects with their progress. The question is, what are they actually buying?
To clarify, the properly sourced Emeramed product is 100% pure and has had no reported side effects. Even when used by foreign nations to detoxify gold miners who use mercury daily, there were no reported side effects. In current trials, there are still no reported side effects. In prior use history as a supplement, there were no reported side effects.
Consumers are buying inexpensive counterfeit OSR or NBMI from illegal sources. The content is unknown and therefore, the side effects will be particular to the content of the counterfeit product.
In calling one of these counterfeit sources myself, I was told that I would need to sign a release. The release stated that I was aware that the product was not for human or animal consumption.
There is understandably a sense of urgency when the body is full of metals. This is how counterfeit products become popular. Taking the risk is a personal decision, but without doubt, NBMI will be worth the wait. There is an approval process for compassionate use. The link below will provide the details.