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EDTA Chelation Therapy

EDTA stands for Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetic Acid and chelation means to grab or claw like a crab would claw an object and would not let go. EDTA chelation therapy is therefore a procedure in which the substance EDTA, is infused into the body and the EDTA binds to heavy metals and safely removes them from the body through the urine.

Chelation therapy has been around for several decades and has been used to successfully remove heavy metals from the body. Chelation therapy is the approved method for removing toxic levels of lead from the body.

EDTA and Heart Disease

EDTA has been used for over 70 years in patients with heart disease – blocked arteries to congestive heart failure.

In the 1950s, patients with lead poisoning were treated with EDTA. Not only was this effective in treating those patients, the patients who also suffered from chest pain or angina due to blockages in their coronary arteries, noticed that their chest pain got better or resolved altogether after a series of EDTA treatments. Furthermore, those patients noticed better vision, improved memory, better hearing, and other benefits. During that period (1950’s and 1960’s), many patients with severe heart disease – conditions that were deemed incurable, were restored to practically normal health.

Since then, doctors all over the world have treated millions of patients with heart disease with EDTA chelation therapy.

Several years ago, a study called TACT (Trial To Assess Chelation Therapy) showed positive results in patients with cardiovascular disease. These were patients who had had at least one heart attack. EDTA chelation therapy kept those patients from having more heart attacks, death or hospitalization.

Other Conditions where EDTA has shown effectiveness

Diabetes Mellitus
Kidney disease
Autoimmune disorders
Rheumatoid arthritis

Other Benefits of EDTA

Free Radical scavenging
Cancer treatment

Who would benefit from EDTA chelation therapy?

Patient with the following:
Heavy metal poisoning or toxicity
Heart disease
Kidney disease
Auto immune disorders like Rheumatoid arthritis
Multiple chemical sensitivity
Neurologic diseases like memory problems, etc
Cancer – free radical scavenging and quenching.

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