Chelation therapy is used to treat heavy-metal poisoning by lead, cadmium, aluminum, Mercury, arsenic, and even iron. It also has been proven to dramatically reduce calcium in blood vessel which causes artery disease. Because chelation reduces calcium in blood vessels, improves circulation and reduces toxic chemical reactions in the body, it has also been used successfully for the treatment of angina, coronary artery disease, atherosclerosis, arthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure, even Eye disease such as macular degeneration.
Heavy metals can accumulate in the tissues of the body. These poisonous metals disrupt the normal biochemical process. Removal of these heavy metals with chelation therapy is probably a major mechanism by which chelation normalizes biochemical activity thereby improving circulation and energy.
EDTA binds trace elements like iron, which are known initiators of “free radical reactions”. These free radical reactions are thought to be the chemical origin of atheriosclerosis, cancer and inflammations. In general, that I thought to be the cause of aging and it’s concomitant degenerative processes.
After the appropriate blood screening tests for various toxins, IV chelation therapy is initiated by using EDTA IV infusion along with vitamin C, B complex, magnesium and specific homeopathic agents to improve health.
TYPICALLY THE RECOMMENDED TREATMENT WOULD BE 2–3 TIMES PER WEEK FOR TOTAL OF 10 AND THEN REEVALUATE TO SEE MORE TREATMENT IS NEEDED. EACH TREATMENT TAKES BETWEEN 30 AND 40 MINUTES TO DELIVER.
EDTA is approved by the US FDA for the treatment of heavy-metal poisoning and is considered safe in routinely used these purposes.
Because heavy metals are removed from the body and circulation is improved many people report that they have greatly increased energy, improved clarity of thinking, and better exercise tolerance. Blood-pressure also usually improves as does the general circulation.
The need to clear out and clean up all the systems of the body becomes increasingly pressing in this modern age.
70 million people in the USA have heart disease, the chief cause of death among American women of all ages.