Glutamic Acid Powder
According to Dr Hulda Clark, the amino acid Glutamic Acid enables the white blood cells to release heavy metals including mercury from amalgam fillings.
Glutamic Acid is normally present in at least ten kinds of white blood cells including lymphocytes, neutrophils, and eosinophils. The CD4s and CD8s normally kill viruses. This function is hindered with insufficient Glutamic Acid.
According to Dr Clark, all CD4s and other white blood cells that do not have L-G present, have mercury and/or thallium stuck inside them. This is coming from amalgam deposits, located in very many places in the body.
Glutamic Acid plays a central role in amino acid metabolism, and is a precursor of glutamine, proline and arginine. Glutamic acid is also a component of folic acid.
The related compound, glutamate, is a neurotransmitter and a precursor of the inhibitory neurotransmitter aminobutyrate (GABA).
In the brain, glutamic acid has the capacity to pick up excess ammonia, which otherwise inhibits brain function, and convert it into glutamine.
A significant percentage of people are sensitive to excess free glutamic acid, which is why L-Glutamine may be supplemented in preference.